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Remembering the Legacy of ITA Hall of Fame Member Vic Seixas


After serving in World War II, enrolled at the University of North Carolina. He had a decorated college tennis career, highlighted by a Southern Conference singles championship in 1948, a doubles championship in 1949, and selection as an All-American. He was inducted into the ITA Hall of Fame in 1984 to honor his legacy left on our sport. (ITA)

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Remembering the Legacy of ITA Hall of Fame Member Vic Seixas


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