Clarence "Nick" Carter of San Francisco, California, was an outstanding amateur tennis player in the 1940s and 1950s. The City and County of San Francisco is the fourth most populous city
In 1948, he was the runner-up at the U. S. Clay Court Championships (falling to Richard "Pancho" Gonzalez in the final) and reached the round of 16 at the U. Ricardo Alonso González or Richard Gonzalez, (May 9 1928 &ndash July 3 1995 who was generally known as Pancho Gonzales or less often as Pancho Gonzalez S. National Championships.
Carter won the singles championship at the Cincinnati Masters in 1946, defeating Filipino Davis Cupper Felicisimo Ampon in the Round of 16, Earl Cochell in the quarterfinals, George Ball of El Paso, Texas, in the semifinals and George Richards, of San Diego, California, in the final. The Cincinnati Masters is an annual Tennis event held in the Cincinnati suburb of Mason, Ohio, USA. Earl Cochell (born May 18, 1922) is the only Tennis player ever barred for life by the United States Tennis Association. California ( is a US state on the West Coast of the United States, along the Pacific Ocean. He also won the doubles title in Cincinnati that year with Norman Brooks of San Francisco, California. The City and County of San Francisco is the fourth most populous city
He also won the Northern California tennis title three times.
His daughter, Denise Carter-Triolo, also played on the tennis circuit.
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