In recognition of their achievements as a player and contributions to the growth of the sport, induction in the International Tennis Hall of Fame is the highest honor available in tennis. Since 1954, this honor has been presented to just 252 individuals from 23 nations. Inductees are considered for eligibility in one of three categories, Recent Player, Master Player, or Contributor.
Seven-time major champion Stan Smith was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1987. Today he serves as President of the Hall of Fame and the Chairman of the Enshrinee Nominating Committee. In the video, Stan explains the process of Hall of Fame induction and how you can be part of the process!