Frank Parker was an American male tennis player. Parker is one of the few Americans to win both the French Championships (1948, 1949) and the U.S. Championships (1944, 1945). Others have been Don Budge (1937), Don McNeill (1939-'40), Tony Trabert (1953-'54), Andre Agassi (1994, 1999). Parker also a singles champion (1941) and four-time singles finalist at Cincinnati, and won the Canadian title in 1938.Writing about Parker in his 1949 autobiography, Bobby Riggs, who had played Parker many times, says "Parker is a tough man to get past. Equipped with a wonderful all-court game, he plays intently and with classic form. His footwork is marvelous. You never see Frankie hitting the ball from an awkward position."

Frank Parker