7. Maurice Germot

Maurice Germot
Champions of French Open History

French Tennis player Maurice Germot was born on 15th November 1882 in Vichy, Allier, France, and took his last breath on 6th August 1958 in Vichy, Allier, France. He won 3 French Open titles in his active playing career. He won all of his 3 French Open finals in Amateur Era and is inducted in the seventh place in our list of top 10 most successful tennis players in French Open. Maurice Germot won the French Open in 1905, 1906 and 1910. He was a right-handed player with one-handed backhand, and won the Olympic Games Silver medal in 1906. Besides his French Open legacy, Maurice Germot also reached the quarterfinal of Wimbledon in 1914 and finals of WCCC in 1913.

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