Three-time Grand Slam tennis doubles champion Peter McNamara dies at 64

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Three-time Grand Slam tennis doubles champion Peter McNamara dies at 64

Peter McNamara, who won two Wimbledon and one Australian Open doubles title with fellow Australian Paul McNamee, died at age 64 in Germany.

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MELBOURNE, Australia – Peter McNamara, who won three Grand Slam doubles titles with fellow Australian Paul McNamee and reached a career-high No. 7 in singles, has died. He was 64.

His death at his home in Germany from prostate cancer was confirmed by David Law, a family friend and tennis commentator, on behalf of McNamara’s wife Petra.

McNamara formed a long and successful partnership with McNamee – the pair dubbed the “Super Macs” in Australia – to win the…

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