Ken Rosewall


Ken Rosewall

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For a quarter of a century Ken Rosewall's grace and easy, economical style delighted the connoisseurs, and the only regret about his long and distinguished career is that, in spite of four finals over a period of 20 years, he never won the Wimbledon singles title.
He began in the 1950s as a Hopman prodigy. In 1953, aged 18, he won the Australian and French singles and, the Hoad, French and Wimbledon doubles.

In the Davis Cup he won 19 of his 22 rubbers in 11 ties between 1953 and 1956. Turning professional in 1957, he took over the leadership of the professional circuit Gonzales until Laver's arrival in 1963. It was not until the end of 1979 that he retired Grand Prix Tennis.

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