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Enrique Morea

Enrique Morea

It is with great sadness to inform the IC community of the passing of Enrique Morea at the age of 92, a founding member and President of the IC of Argentina for 20 years. 
 
As well as his IC involvement, Enrique was the President of the Argentinean Tennis Association (AAT) on five occasions and was an outstanding tennis player with many exceptional achievements. As the Argentinean number one for over a decade, Enrique was a two time singles semi-finalist at Roland Garros in 1953 and 1954, two time Wimbledon mixed doubles finalist, and also a Davis Cup captain and referee. At the ITF, he was  Vice President, a member of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the Junior Committee, member of the Davis Cup Committee and was appointed Honorary Life Counsellor in 1993. He was also an Honorary Member of the A.E.L.T.C. 
 
On behalf of the IC Community, the IC Council offer their condolences to all his family and friends. 

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