International Tennis Hall of Famer Gardnar Mulloy, who won 129 U.S. national titles and played competitively into his 90s, has died Monday night at age 102. He was one week shy of turning 103.
Mulloy won five Grand Slam doubles titles, was ranked No. 1 in the United States in 1952 and started the University of Miami tennis program.
Mulloy, served in the Navy during World War II. He was 31 when the war ended, and his tennis career had gotten started. At age 43, he won the Wimbledon doubles title with Budge Patty.