Video links

More and more footage is being released from the archives and here are some links to the best of them.

In Memoriam

News footage

Match footage

  • Homenagem à Maria Esther Bueno(Published on 19 Feb 2014) Video produzido pela SP2 Brazil para o Rio Open 2014 no Rio de Janeiro.A sua emoção é o nosso jogo! / Edição e finalização: Natalia Tanus
  • Nancy Richey vs Maria Bueno, 1966 US Nationals, Forest Hills: Newsreel highlights from the women’s singles final of the 1966 US National tennis championships, Forest Hills, New York.  Maria Bueno (Brazil) defeated Nancy Richey (US) 6-3 6-1.
  • American Tennis Finals AKA U.S. Tennis Finals (1966)
  • 1966 Wimbledon finals – Santana beats Ralston Billie Jean King beats Bueno newsreel archival footage :1966 Wimbledon finals. Manuel Santana defeated Dennis Ralston. Billie-Jean King Moffitt (USA) defeated Maria Bueno (BRA).
  • Roy Emerson and Margaret Smith Win Wimbledon 1965 – Newsreel Newsreel. 1965 Wimbledon. Roy Emerson wins Singles while Margaret Smith win Women’s Singles, defeating Maria Bueno in the final. Both are Australian.
  • Wimbledon Finals (1964):  Full title reads: “Wimbledon Finals”. Technicolor material. All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon, London.Various shots of crowds arriving and queuing up at Wimbledon. Various shots of Men’s Singles Wimbledon Tennis finals on the centre court. Fred Stolle and Roy Emerson are the finalists. Princess Margaret, Princess Marina and Princess Alexandra are watching from the Royal Box. Emerson wins and the cup is presented by Princess Marina. Various shots of Men’s Doubles final. Stolle, RA Hewitt, KN Fletcher and Emerson play. Stolle and Hewitt win the Championship. Various shots of Women’s Singles final. Maria Bueno and Margaret Smith play. Bueno wins and is presented the Trophy by Princess Marina.
  • Tenis / Rafael Osuna y Maria Bueno: En 1963, dos americanos ganaron el Campeonato de Estados Unidos (el actual Abierto de Estados Unidos): el mexicano Rafael Osuna y la brasileña Maria Ester Audion Bueno. En estas imágenes puedes verlos en sus respectivas finales. ¡Así se juega al tenis! Rafael Osuna y Maria Bueno. En estas históricas imágenes se pueden contemplar algunas de las acciones del mexicano Rafael Osuna y de la brasileña Maria Ester Audion Bueno en las respectivas finales de las categorías individuales masculina y femenina del Campeonato de Estados Unidos (actual Abierto de Estados Unidos) de 1963, en el que ambos lograron la victoria  
  • America – Sport And Beauty (1963): (After golf) Forest Hills, New York, United States of America (USA). GV Maria Bueno serves to Margaret Smith during the US Women’s Singles Final tennis match at Forest Hills. Smith returns, Bueno volleys, Smith returns, Bueno smashes to win the point. Crowd cheering. GV Bueno serves again. Smith returns, Bueno gets it back, Smith returns, Bueno volleys, Smith returns Bueno volleys to win. Margaret Smith congratulates her.
  • 1962 – MARIA ESTHER BUENO EM WIMBLEDON: Maria Esther Bueno disputa partida de tênis em 1962, em Wimbledon
  • Vera Sukova vs. Maria Bueno, 1962: Vera Sukova defeated Maria Bueno 6-4 6-3 in the semifinals of Wimbledon, 1962.  Earlier, Sukova defeated Jan Lehane, defending champion Angela Mortimer, and U. S. No. 1 Darlene Hard.  In this match, Bueno led 3-2 in the first set, and then served three double faults.  Sukova used well placed lobs and passing shots to win the first set, and after Bueno reached 3-1 in the second set, Sukova won five games to take the match.  In the final, Sukova lost to Karen Susman, 6-4 6-4.
  • 1965 Italian Championships: In the finals of the 1965 Italian Championships, Maria Bueno (Brazil) defeated Nancy Richey (US) 6-1 1-6 6-3 and Martin Mulligan (Australia) defeated Manuel Santana 1-6 6-4 6-3 6-1.  Bueno had previously won the title in 1958 and 1961, and Mulligan had previously won the title in 1963.
  • Darlene Hard vs Maria Bueno, 1960 US Nationals – Forest HillsDarlene Hard defeated Maria Bueno 6-4 10-12 6-4  to win the 1960 US National Women’s Singles Championships.  The finals were delayed for one week when Hurricane Donna lashed the Northeast
  • Wimbledon Women’s Singles Final (1959) – L/S crowds applauding on the centre court.  M/S finalists Maria Bueno from Brazil and Darlene Hard from California walking onto the court.  C/U woman with cardigan over her head sheltering from the sun.   Various shots of tennis match, Maria Bueno at the far end serves. Maria wins the match.  Hard runs up to the net and shakes hands with Bueno.  Panning shot two girls leaving court.  G/V crowd applauding.  L/S Maria Bueno shaking hands with Duchess of Kent.  The Duchess hands the trophy plate to Maria Bueno.  C/U Bueno holding the trophy.
  • Maria Esther Bueno – Final Wimbledon – 1959 Último game da final de simples feminina do Torneio de Wimbledon, no ano de 1959. Foi o primeiro título de Maria Esther Bueno em Wimbledon. Imagens: Grandes Momentos do Esporte (TV Cultura).

Fashion footage

  • Wimbledon Fashion Preview (1967): Location: Wimbledon, England / Great Britain; Story about fashion show featuring tennis players and held at Derry and Toms roof garden in Kensington; VS. Seven women walk towards camera in tennis fashions. Then CU shots from left to right, Stephanie DeFina (USA), Cathy Blake (USA) Ingrid Loeys (Belgium) Francoise Durr (France) Patti Hogan (USA) Frances MacLennan (Great Britain) and Tory Fretz (USA).
    MS and CU of Elena Subirats (Mexico) walking towards the camera and posing. VS Lorna Greville-Collins and Virginia Wade (Great Britain) pose with Maylis Burel (France) in front of the press. VS. of designer Teddy Tinling posing with tennis stars, he has Ann Jones and Maria Bueno (Brazil) either side of him. VS of twenty five tennis stars together together round a fountain, including CU and MS of Ann Jones, Maria Bueno and Lesley Turner (Australia). VS Lorna Greville-Collins and Virginia Wade (Great Britain) pose with Maylis Burel (France) to show off their mini-bloomer outfits. CU of Elena Subirats turning to smile at camera. LS and MS and CU of Ann Jones and Maria Bueno admiring flowers by a stream and CU of dresses with her birthday sign – Libra – on the front. CU of Maria Bueno’s cardigan with ‘M’ on it.  (Orig. Neg.) – Note: Event took place 1 June 1967.