Bill Hoogs, Jr.
|Country (sports)||United States|
|Grand Slam Singles results|
|French Open||4R (1965)|
|Wimbledon||2R (1963, 1966)|
|US Open||3R (1961)|
As a singles player, Hoogs notably reached the fourth round at the 1965 French Championships and only narrowly missed out on a spot in the quarter-finals, losing to Toomas Leius 7-9 in the fifth set.
Hoogs had his leg amputated in 1968, after developing a malignant growth on his foot. The cancer claimed his life in 1978.
- Tennis Archives: William H. (Bill) Hoogs IV
- St Petersburg Times, "UCLA Takes NCAA Tennis", 26 June 1961, p. 23
- The Montreal Gazette, "Couder, Ann Barclay Champs in Canadian Tennis Event", 6 August 1962, p. 13
- World Tennis, Volume 26. CBS Publications. 1978.