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Encyclopedia > Ken McGregor

Ken McGregor is an Australian tennis player who won the Men's Singles Champions of the Australian Open in 1952. He also won the doubles of the US open with Frank Sedgman in 1951, and the doubles of the French open the same year also with Frank Sedgman. He became a Members of the Tennis Hall of Fame in 1999. This article is about the Australian Open tennis tournament. ... Frank Allan Sedgman, born October 29, 1927, in Mt. ... Here is a list of the Tennis Hall of Famers by nationality and the year when they were introduced between brackets. ...


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Larwill’s work is also mentioned in Alan and Susan McCulloch’s Encyclopedia of Australian Art (1994).
Stand-alone books about the artist and his early influences include art dealer Ken McGregor’s David Larwill (Craftsman House 1997) and Traudi Allen’s Roar (Craftsman House 1995).
Born in 1956, Larwill came to the attention of the collecting public as one of the founding members of the influential Roar Studios, an artist-run exhibition space in Melbourne that began in 1982.
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