Gerald Moss

American tennis player

Why Is Gerald Moss Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)

According to Wikipedia, Gerald 'Jerry' H. Moss is a retired American tennis player. Career Moss was the National Boys Under 18 Champion in 1951. In 1955 Moss was runner-up at the U.S. National Championships men's doubles title at the Longwood Cricket Club in Boston with compatriot Bill Quillian after a five-set defeat to Japanese Kosei Kamo and Atsushi Miyagi. Hurricane Diane roared through New England in August 1955, flooding the tennis courts and delaying the tournament for a week. When the tournament resumed many of the leading players such as Ken Rosewall, Tony Trabert, Lew Hoad and Vic Seixas had already left which devalued the men's doubles draw.

Other Resources About Gerald Moss