Daniel "Dan" Maskell (11 April 1908 - 10 December 1992) was an English tennis player, who later became even better known as a radio and television commentator on the game, and was known as the BBC's "voice of tennis".
Maskell was born in Fulham, London, England, was British tennis champion sixteen times, and was coach of the winning British Davis Cup team of 1933. He began commentating after his Second World War service.
The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust was founded in 1977. Its aims are to raise money to help disabled people to play tennis in three main areas: wheelchair tennis, deaf tennis and tennis for people with learning disabilities.
Commentating career 
Maskell began commentating on the Wimbledon Championships in 1949 for BBC Radio before switching to television in 1951. He would remain as the "voice of tennis" on the BBC until his retirement in 1991. The last match he commentated on before retiring was the 1991 Wimbledon Men's Singles final between Michael Stich and Boris Becker (which Stich won).
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