The Amol Rajan Interviews: Billie Jean King
In an exclusive interview the tennis legend opens up about her incredible life and career.
Changing the game, Billie Jean King was a record-breaking tennis player on the court and a boundary-busting social activist off it. She dominated the sport while campaigning to get female athletes treated the same as men in professional sports. Billie Jean King talks to the BBC’s Amol Rajan about her lifelong battle for equality and how she has balanced her activism with a sports career and a tumultuous personal life.
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