• Tennis
  • 2015
  • Athlete

Marc Pepin

Fredericton’s Marc Pepin has the honour of being the first Men’s tennis player inducted into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame. And, it’s no wonder. He’s the only Canadian player to be ranked number one in five consecutive decades. His talent, hard work and determination have resulted in success on the national and international scene. He’s won eleven international tennis titles, a European Mixed Doubles crown, and has been consistently ranked high in world ratings.

He’s been New Brunswick’s number one Open Men’s Singles player fourteen times. and he’s captured five Seniors National titles. Pepin has won 75 NB titles and has held every NB Singles record. His incredible record of high-caliber performance includes 165 singles titles, 110 doubles crowns, and three World Champion titles. 

Enrolled in the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame, May 30, 2015

Quick Facts

• Only player in Canada to be ranked No. 1 in five consecutive decades
• Won 13 international tennis singles titles; a European mixed doubles crown
• Captured 165 singles titles, 113 doubles crowns, and 3 World Champion titles
• World ranking peaked at No. 28 in singles and No. 2 in mixed doubles

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