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Tony Trabert, tennis player who won Wimbledon and the US and French Opens – obituary

Tony Trabert, who has died aged 90, was a charismatic American tennis star who won 10 major singles and doubles crowns in the 1950s before becoming a respected Davis Cup captain and commentator; only a defeat to Ken Rosewall in the semi-finals of the Australian Championships denied him the Grand Slam in 1955, when he won the French, Wimbledon and US Championships and was ranked the world’s top amateur.
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University of Cincinnati News Record

Remembering UC athletics legend Tony Trabert

Former University of Cincinnati (UC) multisport standout Tony Trabert passed away in his Florida home last week on Feb. 3. The UC alumnus was 90 years old. A native of Cincinnati, Trabert excelled in both basketball and tennis. As a high schooler, he won back-to-back-to-back singles state championships, the first person ever to accomplish the feat. After receiving scholarship offers from schools across the country, Trabert decided to stay in the Queen City for his collegiate career, where he won the 1951 NCAA singles championship.
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The Guardian

Tony Trabert obituary

Tony Trabert, who has died aged 90, was an all-American athlete in every sense of the term, projecting a personality as powerful as his physique. He reaped the rewards of both during a long and highly successful career. Although he went on to become a winning Davis Cup captain and...
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Bleacher Report

Tennis Hall of Famer Tony Trabert Dies at 90; 10-Time Grand Slam Champion

Tony Trabert, a five-time Grand Slam singles champion and five-time Grand Slam doubles champion, died on Wednesday evening, per Steven Wine of the Associated Press. He was 90. "He was not only a terrific example to us all on how to be a great champion," International Tennis Hall of Fame president Stan Smith said, "but also as a wise coach and mentor, a fair and effective leader, someone who gave back to the sport and an all-around terrific ambassador for tennis."
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sportsnaut.com

Hall of Famer Tony Trabert dies at 90

Tennis Hall of Famer and former world No. 1 player Tony Trabert has died at age 90. Trabert, a native of Cincinnati, reportedly died at his home in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., on Wednesday night. The University of Cincinnati, where he played tennis and basketball, announced his death on Thursday.
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Washington Post

Tony Trabert, Hall of Fame tennis champion of the 1950s, dies at 90

Tony Trabert, one of the biggest tennis stars of the 1950s, who won five major singles championships and five more in doubles play before a long career in broadcasting, died Feb. 3 at his home in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. He was 90. The death was announced by the International...
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gobearcats.com

Athletics Mourns The Loss Of Tennis Icon Tony Trabert

CINCINNATI – Legendary University of Cincinnati tennis player Tony Trabert passed away Wednesday at the age of 90 at his home in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Trabert, a Cincinnati native, achieved worldwide acclaim with 10 major championships, a 1970 International Tennis Hall of Fame induction and a 30-year career as one of the sport's top broadcasters.