Maurice McLoughlin

Born:
January 07, 1890
Died:
December 10, 1957
Place of Birth:
Carson City, Nevada
United States
Citizenship:
United States
Induction Category:
Player
Year of Induction:
1957
Highest Ranking
U.S. Singles Ranking: 1

Maurice McLoughlin was at the height of his considerable powers for a brief yet brilliant tenure. Called “The California Comet” due to the astonishing speed of his serve and his overpowering style, he captured back-to-back U.S. Championships in 1912 and 1913. He remained a formidable player until 1915, but served in the United States Army and never replicated his old tennis heroics again, virtually vanishing from the upper levels of the game when he was only 25. 

Grand Slam Record

Wimbledon

  • Singles Finalist 1913

US National Championship

  • Singles Champion 1912-13
  • Doubles Champion 1912-14

Career Achievements

  • Davis Cup Team Member 1909, 1911-14

	

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