Former Tennis player Peter Mcnamara dies aged 64

Former Australian tennis player Peter McNamara dies aged 64.

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Peter McNamara interview on YouTube

McNamara won 5 singles titles and 19 doubles titles in his career.

The 6ft 1 inch Aussie became a pro in 1974 and his first win was in 1979 in Germany beating French man Patrice Dominguez.

McNamara came runner up 7 times, his last ever tournament was in Belgium when he won Ivan Lendl 6-4.4-6.7-6

His doubles career was good winning mostly with Paul Mcnamee in which both won 19 times and came runners up 10 times.

McNamara turned to coaching and helped Peter Ebden and WTA player Wang Qiang.

He died on July 21st 2019 from prostate cancer he was 64.

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