George Lott

George Lott
(Inducted In: 2004)

George Lott, from Chicago, was the first Western player to win the National Doubles title at Brookline in 1928 teaming with John Hennessey of Indianapolis. He won the U.S. doubles championship five times, the indoor doubles title two times, the clay court and Western doubles and the National Mixed Doubles three times. In addition he won men’s doubles at Wimbledon, Paris and Toronto. He was a six-time member of the U.S. Davis Cup team and was ranked in the top ten eight times including number two in 1931. Lott is a member of the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

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