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Al Parker: A Most Amazing and Courageous Athlete

Back injuries have hampered or terminated the careers of many a great tennis player, like world champions Jack Kramer, Tony Trabert and Lew Hoad. They also impacted the "winningest" U.S. junior player of all times - Georgia's Middleton Albert (Al) Parker, Jr., who won a still-standing record of 25 USTA junior titles (13 in doubles and 12 in singles).

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