The Beverly Hills Tennis Club hosted more than 200 coming to salute the late tennis legend Pancho Segura, who served as head pro at the BHTC from 1962 to 1970. Segura died Nov. 18 at age 96 after rising from poverty to win six U.S. pro singles and doubles championships in the 1950s. Pictured (from left): son Spencer Segura, Jonathan Canter, tennis champion Jimmy Connors, and Tom Kreiss. The Beverly Hills Tennis Club’s past ownership has included Hall of Famers Fred Perry and Ellsworth Vines, and its early members were such as Groucho Marx, Charlie Chaplin, and playright Neil Simon.
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