||Johnny Hennen | Chattanooga, Tennessee
(Amateur Athlete, Inducted 1996)
Johnny Hennen is probably one of the best liked and respected athletes to ever play the game. On court Johnny is legendary for a lack of defense, and a non-stop, aggressive style. Hennen is probably best known for his doubles prowess, where he earned six national doubles titles, five of them paired with fellow Hall of Famer Ed Remen. Johnny matched this record with six national singles titles, becoming one of a rare group of athletes to earn dual titles in any given year — doing so four times, in 1983, 1988, 1992 and 1993. After a difficult recovery from a life-threatening illness, Hennen and Remen paired up again in 1998 to win yet another national doubles crown -- exactly ten years after winning their first as a team.