Another UCLA great, Patrick Galbraith, left a prominent stamp on the men’s tennis program during his time as a Bruin. From 1986-1989, Galbraith recorded a singles record of 74-23, a doubles mark of 58-16, won the 1988 NCAA doubles title, and was a 3-time ITA All-American. In his senior year, he earned the PAC-10 singles championship.

Following his UCLA career, Galbraith continued his success on the pro doubles tour. Alongside Elna Reinach in 1994 and Lisa Raymond in 1996, Galbraith won US Open mixed doubles titles. In between those mixed titles, Galbraith and Grant Connell won the 1995 ATP Doubles World championship. Galbraith was a men’s doubles finalist at Wimbledon in 1993 and 1994, and a mixed doubles finalist at the French Open in 1997. Throughout the 1990’s, Patrick Galbraith frequented the top ten doubles rankings, reaching #1. Galbraith earned 36 career doubles titles.  

After his retirement from the tour, Galbraith was elected as the Chairman of the US Open in 2018, President of the USTA from 2019-2020, and he spent more than a decade on the USTA Board of Directors.

Based on his on-court success at UCLA and the tour and his leadership in the sport, the ITA is honored to induct Patrick Galbraith into the 2023 Men’s Collegiate Hall of Fame. The ceremony to celebrate Patrick, and five other 2023 Men’s Hall of Fame Inductees, will take place in Orlando, Florida on Sunday, May 21 at 6 pm. For more information and to RSVP, click on the link below.

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