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John McEnroe
Class: 1978
Sport: Men's Tennis
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Perhaps Stanford’s most accomplished tennis alumnus, John McEnroe won seven Grand Slam singles titles between 1979 and 1984 and captured nine such doubles titles over his career, with all the crowns coming at the U.S. Open and Wimbledon. In his one season on the Farm, McEnroe won the NCAA singles crown, the Cardinal’s second straight title and third in five years, while leading the team to a 24-0 dual match record and the team title. One of the best left-handed tennis players in Stanford history, McEnroe was known for his fiery on-court temper, continental grip and serve-and-volley style, and reached World No. 1 rankings in both singles and doubles. As a pro, he accumulated over $12.5 million in tournament victories over his illustrious 16-year career. McEnroe and his brother Patrick, also a former Stanford player, both serve as television commentators at Grand Slam events.