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William Donald McNeill (April 30, 1918 - November 28, 1996) was an American male tennis player. He was born in Chickasha, Oklahoma and died in Vero Beach, Florida, United States.
In 1939, he became the second American to win the French championships (after Don Budge). Only seven American men in the history of the French Open have won the singles title.
Ray Bowers ranked McNeill as World No. 3 in his 1940 amateur-pro combined rankings. There were no "official" amateur rankings during WW2 - McNeill reached as high as World No. 7 in Gordon Lowe's amateur rankings list in 1939.
He was elected to the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1965.
Don McNeill graduated from Kenyon College in 1940, where he became a brother of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity (Lambda chapter).
Grand Slam record 
- U.S. Championships
- Singles champion: 1940
- Men's Doubles champion: 1944
- Men's Doubles runner-up: 1946
- Mixed Doubles runner-up: 1944
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