RALEIGH, N.C. — Nancy Griffin prefers to play tennis against men. And she often beats them in a men's league sponsored by the city of Raleigh.
Some men don't like playing Griffin.
Three years ago, league members voted to rescind a rule that penalized them for refusing to compete against her or anyone else. The change has kept her from taking on some of the league's top players. Men have invoked both their wives and God to avoid matches against her.
Now, Griffin has made her problems on the court a matter for a court. She is suing the city, alleging discrimination. She wants the penalty rule reinstated and the city to pay her $10,000 or more for emotional distress.
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