Dick Savitt Death, Obituary – A well-known Easterner, former Wimbledon and Australian Champion, and Eastern & International Hall of Famer Dick Savitt passed away this morning at the age of 95. Savitt was a member of both halls of fame. We are so sorry to be the one to break such disheartening news to you, but unfortunately, it is the reality. Both the Eastern and the International Halls of Fame have recognized his achievements and inducted him into their respective ranks.
In addition, Dick was an advocate for Israeli tennis, a former winner of a gold medal at the Maccabiah Games, an alumnus of the tennis program at Cornell University, and a fantastic friend to the tennis program at Columbia University. In addition, Dick was an advocate for Israeli tennis. He previously won a gold medal at the Maccabiah Games. In addition to that, Dick had a strong interest in Israeli tennis. Dick is a private person who has a sharp and sarcastic sense of humor. He uses this quality to cover up the fact that he is a nice and kind person by giving the impression that he is not.
We asked him if the fans that were around us were aware that he had won Wimbledon and Australia, and he grimaced and said, “That’s enough!” in response. Once, while we were sitting with him at the US Open, we asked him the question of whether or whether his supporters were aware of the fact that he had won those two championships. He answered that they were aware of it.
If you ask Dick an excessive amount of questions about himself or his tennis career, he will become agitated and deadpan, similar to Jack Webb from the classic television show Dragnet, who would say, “Just the facts, Ma’am, just stick to the facts.” If you ask Dick an excessive amount of questions about himself or his tennis career, he will become agitated and deadpan. If you ask Dick a lot of questions about himself or his tennis career, he will grow angry and unresponsive to your inquiries.