Clifford Sutter, Louisiana, inducted in 1979
- Born in New Orleans where his family built two grass tennis courts next to their property on Loyola Street.
- Began playing on those courts with his entire family when he was five years old.
- Won the NCAA Singles title in 1930 and 1932 during his collegiate career at Tulane University.
- Semifinalist in 1932 at the United States National Championships, losing in five sets to world number one, Ellsworth Vines.
- Became the only male New Orleans native to play the main draw singles at Wimbledon in 1933.
- Marketing Manager of Bancroft Sporting Goods until he retired in 1975.
- Mr. Sutter died in 2000 at the age of 89.