Rod Laver

Australia

Tennis

B: August 9, 1938

1962 and 1969 Winner of the Grand Slam of Tennis

Widely considered the best tennis player of all-time, Laver is the only player to twice win the Grand Slam of tennis. He won the Grand Slam in 1962 as an amateur and then turned professional, barring him from the Grand Slam tournaments until 1968. Laver captured the Grand Slam again in 1969 and won a total of 10 Grand Slam titles in his career, including four victories at Wimbledon. Laver was elected to the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1981.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT

PLACE

POINTS

MONEY

EVENT WINS
1973 Final

3

27

$13,100

Table Tennis
1974 Preliminary 3

7

19 1/2

$1,950

Golf
TOTALS  

46 1/2

$15,050

2


PERSONAL BESTS
Swimming - 50 Meters

38.77

1973 Final
Swimming - 100 Meters

2:04.5

1973 Final
Bowling

168

1974 Preliminary 3
Golf - 9 holes

40

1974 Preliminary 3
Table Tennis

1st

1973 Final
Baseball Hit
4
1974 Preliminary 3
100 Yard Dash

12.34

1974 Preliminary 3
Bike Race - 1/2 Mile

1:17.00

1974 Preliminary 3
Bike Race - Mile

2:41.45

1974 Preliminary 3
Obstacle Course
37.58
1974 Preliminary 3
Points Scored

27

1973 Final


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