Neale Fraser

Born:
October 03, 1933
Place of Birth:
Melbourne, Australia
Citizenship:
Australia
Induction Category:
Master Player
Year of Induction:
1984

At the end of the 1950s and the outset of the 1960s, Neale Fraser was a competitor of the highest order. Propelled by his multifaceted left-handed serve-among the best of his era-Fraser collected no fewer than 19 major titles, capturing a pair of U.S. singles crowns and winning Wimbledon once. Also a stalwart Davis Cup player for Australia who relished the chance to represent his country, Fraser played a leading role as a competitor. From 1970 until 1993-a record span-he was a remarkably astute Australian captain.

Grand Slam Record

Australian Championship

  • Doubles Champion 1957-58, 1962
  • Mixed Doubles Champion 1956

French Open

  • Doubles Champion 1958, 1960, 1962

Wimbledon

  • Singles Champion 1960
  • Doubles Champion 1959, 1961
  • Mixed Doubles Champion 1962

US National Championship

  • Singles Champion 1959-60
  • Doubles Champion 1957, 1959-60
  • Mixed Doubles Champion 1958-60

Career Achievements

  • Davis Cup Team Member 1958-63
  • Davis Cup Team Captain 1970-93

	

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