Battle of the Sexes: The Match that Changed Gender Equality in Sports — AARP
Former tennis star Bobby Riggs bragged that he could beat any female tennis player. In 1973, he met his match when he faced top-ranked Billie Jean King in a televised event dubbed the “Battle of the Sexes.”
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