TONY TRABERT - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: JACK KRAMER - HFSID 222488
TONY TRABERT and JACK KRAMER. Photograph signed: "Tony Trabert" and "Jack Kramer". B/w, 8x10. In 1955, tennis champion TONY TRABERT (born in 1930) won three singles titles (Wimbledon, French and U.S.) to become the No. 1 amateur player.
Sale Price $306.00
TONY TRABERT and JACK KRAMER. Photograph signed: "Tony Trabert" and "Jack Kramer". B/w, 8x10. In 1955, tennis champion TONY TRABERT (born in 1930) won three singles titles (Wimbledon, French and U.S.) to become the No. 1 amateur player. Known for his powerful backhand and strong volley, Trabert amassed 13 U.S. titles in singles and doubles, and was one of only two Americans (the other was Art Larsen) to win singles championships on all four tennis surfaces: grass (Forest Hills), indoor, clay court and hard court. A member of the U.S. Davis Cup team from 1951-1955, he returned to the team as Captain in 1976, leading Cup-winning teams in 1878 and 1979. Trabert, who became a teaching pro and television tennis commentator when his playing career ended, was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1970. JACK KRAMER (born in 1921), won the 1940 and 1941 men's doubles at the U.S. Nationals with friend Ted Schroeder and his first national singles title in 1946, when he and Schroeder also played on the Davis Cup team. Kramer won the singles at Wimbledon in 1947 before turning pro and dominating the tour for the next five years. He retired from playing to become a tour promoter and also helped coach Davis Cup players and worked for open tennis. Kramer was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1968. Fine condition.
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