Diversity & Inclusion in Sports: “Pancho” the Pioneer for Mexican-American tennis

A year ago yesterday — as the 2016 edition of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships were coming to a close, preeminent historian, journalist and tennis enthusiast, Steve Flink, penned a piece on tennis pioneer and hall of famer, Richard Ricardo Alonzo Gonzalez. Nicknamed “Pancho,” the native of south central Los Angeles and the eldest of seven children born to Mexican immigrants … Continue reading Diversity & Inclusion in Sports: “Pancho” the Pioneer for Mexican-American tennis