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Keith Gledhill

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Bio Keith was a was an American tennis player of the 1930s. Gledhill attended Stanford University and in 1931, became the second Stanford player to win the NCAA Men's Singles Championship. In 1932, Gledhill and partner Joe Coughlin won the NCAA Doubles Championship.

In Grand Slam events, Glenhill and partner Ellsworth Vines won the doubles championship at the U.S. Championships in 1932. Six months later, Gledhill and Vines won the 1933 Australian Championships doubles title. In that tournament, Gledhill also recorded his highest Grand Slam singles finish, losing in the final to Jack Crawford.
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