ACC Player of the Year, 1983 ITA All-America, 1983 Five-Time ACC Champion Duke's All-Time Winningest Singles Player
Marc Flur stands as the highest win tennis player in Duke history, with a spring record of 110-29, and is the first Duke tennis player to be inducted into the Hall. He earned ITA All-America honors in 1983 and finished his senior season ranked number 15 in the nation in singles. The 1983 ACC Player of the Year, Flur was also named ACC Tournament MVP and is the only player in Duke history to earn five league flight championships, capturing two singles titles and three doubles crowns. Flur also helped propel Duke to its first-ever ACC Team Championship in 1982. The 1982 team also established a school-record for wins in a season, compiling a record of 31-4.
Following his college career, Flur went on to play on the professional tennis tour for six years. His highest ranking was number 71 in the world in singles and number 60 in doubles. He played at Wimbledon five times and in the U.S. Open on six occasions.
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