UNC's Freddie McNair Recognized On Anniversary Of French Open Win


A Tar Heel tennis great was honored on a grand stage Tuesday, as four-time North Carolina All-America was recognized at Roland-Garros on the 40th anniversary his victory there. McNair, who played at UNC from 1970-73, was the 1976 French Open doubles champion with partner Sherwood Steward. (GoHeels.com)

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