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Dr. Allen E. Fox (born June 25, 1939) is a former tennis player in the 1960s and 1970s who went on to be a college coach and author. He was ranked as high as # 4 in the U.S. (in 1962). Between 1961 and 1968, he ranked among the top 10 men in the U.S. five times. Fox attended Beverly Hills High School, and played tennis for the school. In 1960, he teamed up with Larry Nagler to capture the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) doubles title for the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). In 1961, as team captain, Fox won the NCAA singles title. During his college career, Fox lost only two dual matches. "One was to Rafael Osuna and the other was to Chuck McKinley," he said. He was a three-time All-American (1959–61), and also earned All-UCLA and All-University of California Athlete of the Year honors, which are presented to the Best Scholar-Athlete. Fox helped lead UCLA to NCAA team championships in 1960 and 1961. He was one of Arthur Ashe's closest friends during Ashe's freshman year, when Fox was a senior. Fox is Jewish. As Ashe put it, "In those days, to be Jewish in the top ranks of tennis was to encounter a certain amount of prejudice.