Patrick McEnroe Elected To The Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Hall Of Fame
March 21, 2008
ATHENS, Ga. - Former men's tennis standout Patrick McEnroe has been elected into the Intercollegiate Tennis Association's Men's Hall of Fame as announced by the ITA. McEnroe will be inducted in a ceremony on May 21 at the 2008 NCAA Tennis Championships in Tulsa, Okla.
McEnroe was a three-time singles All-American at Stanford (1986-88) and helped the Cardinal to two NCAA Team Championships in 1986 and 1988. Upon graduating from Stanford, he pursued a career as a professional tennis player.
In 1989 he won the men's doubles at the French Open and the ATP Masters Cup with with partner Jim Grabb, as well as 14 other professional doubles titles. He also won one Singles ATP Tour crown in 1995. Since 2001, he has served as the U.S. Davis Cup team captain, helping the U.S win the 2007 Davis Cup.
McEnroe has also recently served as a television commentator for CBS Sports and ESPN.
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