Tennis star Chris Evert Lloyd says she will play at least two more years, then make an "evaluation" about retiring.
The No. 2-ranked woman player flew into London's Heathrow Airport from Miami yesterday to cheer on husband John Lloyd in next weekend's Davis Cup match between Britain and Chile at Eastbourne.
She told reporters she would consider her future when she turns 30, in two years.
"We've talked a lot about having a family," she said. "But I wouldn't start a family until my 30s" . . .
Stacey Martin of Largo in Prince George's County took second prize in the International Tennis Federation junior world championship. In the final at Walt Disney World, Lake Buena Vista, Fla., Martin lost to No. 1 seed Noelle Porter, 6-2, 6-2. Martin was unseeded going into the national phase of the event, Aug. 18-24, which she also lost to Porter, of San Juan Capistrano, Calif. . . .
Second-seeded Ivan Lendl overcame early wildness to defeat John McEnroe, 3-6, 7-6 (7-4), 6-4 in the final of the $265,000 Transamerica Open tournament in San Francisco, ending a string of three losses to the top seed, the last in the Wimbledon semifinals. Lendl won $40,000, boosting his winnings for 1983 to $1,184,878 . . .
In Richmond, fifth-seeded Rosalyn Fairbank rallied from 1-4 in the third set to beat No. 2 seed Kathy Jordan, 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, in the final of the $150,000 Central Fidelity Banks International tournament. Her first pro victory was worth $30,000 to the South African, 22.