Eugene L. Scott was a United States Davis Cup player and a tournament director, but perhaps his greatest impact on the tennis world was as a voice for the game. He founded Tennis Week magazine and wrote the most widely read and well-respected column about the sport, "Vantage Point" until his death in 2006. His writings about the sport were known for their poignancy and clarity, and he was dubbed "the conscience of the game.
|2008||Billie Jean King|
|2009||Arthur Ashe &|
|2015||Mark Miles & Larry Scott|