Residence: New York, N.Y.
Birthplace: Wiesbaden, West Germany
Height: 5' 11" Weight: 165
Plays: Left-handed (one-handed backhand)
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- Inducted into International Tennis Hall of Fame in July 1999.
- Has played 13 seasons of Mylan WTT. Has played 12 seasons with the New York Sportimes (2000-03, 2005-12); played for Kansas City in 1996.
- Won seven Grand Slam singles titles: four US Opens (1979-81, 1984) and three Wimbledon (1981, 1983-84).
- Won 10 Grand Slam doubles titles: five Wimbledon (1979, 1981, 1983-84, w/Peter Fleming and 1992 w/Michael Stich), four US Open (1979, 1981, 1983 w/Fleming and 1989 w/Mark Woodforde) and 1977 French Open mixed (w/Mary Carillo).
- One of tennis’ most popular television commentators.
- Competes regularly in masters events.
- The Johnny Mac Tennis Project is a charitable foundation established by John McEnroe and SPORTIME to raise money to advance youth tennis in the NY Metropolitan area.
- Opened John McEnroe Tennis Academy in 2010 at Sportimes Randall’s Island venue. Also has locations at Sportime Bethpage and Sportime Lake Isle.
- Website: johnmcenroetennisacademy.com
- Twitter: @John_McEnroe
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