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Fred Stolle (I)

Fred Stolle was born on October 8, 1938 in Hornsby, New South Wales, Australia as Frederick Sydney Stolle. See full bio »

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Known For

The Break Self
(1995)
Wimbledon Self - Spectator
(2017)
(1969)
(1964)

Filmography

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 1995 Sports Illustrated: 1995 the Year in Sports (Video) (special thanks)
Hide Hide Show Show Self (11 credits)
 2019 The Ten (TV Series)
Self
- Men (2019) ... Self
 2017 Wimbledon (TV Series)
Self - Spectator
- 2017: Day 9, Part 3 (2017) ... Self - Spectator (uncredited)
- 2017: Day 9, Part 2 (2017) ... Self - Spectator
 2016 Signature Series: Barnstormers (TV Movie documentary)
Self
 2016 French Open Live 2016 (TV Mini Series)
Self - Commentator
- Day Ten (2016) ... Self - Commentator
 2011 Signature Series: Vitas Gerulaitis (TV Movie documentary)
Self
 1995 The Break
Self
 1994 Let's Play Tennis (Video documentary)
Self
 1992 The 1992 French Open Championships (TV Series)
Self - Analyst
 1988 Barry Gibb Love and Hope Festival IV (TV Special)
Self
 1969 Roar of the Crowd (TV Series)
Self
- Game, Set and Cash (1969) ... Self
 1964 Today at Wimbledon (TV Series)
Self
- Episode #1.10 (1964) ... Self
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 2008 20 to 1 (TV Series documentary)
Tennis Commentator
- Great Aussie Sporting Heroes (2008) ... Tennis Commentator
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Trivia:

Singles championships: Roland Garros (1965); U.S. Open (1966). Doubles championships: Australian (1963, 1964, 1966); Wimbledon (1962, 1964); Roland Garros (1965, 1968); U.S. Open (1965, 1966, 1969). Mixed Doubles championships: Australian (1962, 1969); Wimbledon (1961, 1964, 1969). Won 31 amateur singles titles. Inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1985.

Nickname:

Fiery Fred

Star Sign:

Libra

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