Ken McGregor

Born:
June 02, 1929
Died:
December 01, 2007
Place of Birth:
Adelaide, Australia
Citizenship:
Australia
Induction Category:
Master Player
Year of Induction:
1999
Highest Ranking
World Singles Ranking: 1

Joining forces with his Australian sidekick Frank Sedgman, Ken McGregor won the Grand Slam in 1951, a feat unmatched by any men’s team before or since. In 1952, the two hard charging Australians were victorious at three of the four majors. From 1950-52 he steadfastly represented his nation as the Australians dominated the Davis Cup. Sound on the volley and impeccable with his overhead, McGregor was largely a product of his era, performing confidently and consistently, especially on grass courts. 

Grand Slam Record

Australian Championship

  • Singles Champion 1952
  • Doubles Champion 1951-52

French Open

  • Doubles Champion 1951-52

Wimbledon

  • Doubles Champion 1951-52

US National Championship

  • Doubles Champion 1951
  • Mixed Doubles Champion 1950

Career Achievements

  • Davis Cup Team Member 1950-52

	

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