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Maurice McLoughlin (January 7, 1890 in Carson City, Nevada – December 10, 1957 in Hermosa Beach, California) was an American tennis player known for his powerful serve and overhead volley. He was the first male tennis champion from the western United States. At the U.S. Championships, he won the singles twice, 1912 and 1913, and the doubles three times with Thomas Bundy,1912-14. In 1913 he also became the first American to be a finalist in the singles at Wimbledon. The "California Comet" was the World No. 1 player for 1914. He married Helen Mears in 1918 and they had three children.

McLoughlin was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island in 1957.

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