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Dr. Frederick Ho

University of Nebraska


As visionary and Chair Emeritus of the Riviera Women’s All-American Tennis Championships, Frederick Ho continues to play a vital role in its success. Originally from Hong Kong, China (b. 1938), Ho won several local championships and represented his city in the Inter-Port Competition against Macau, winning every singles and doubles match. In 1960, he moved to California to attend Chaffey Community College. Turning down a full tennis scholarship at the University of California at Riverside, Ho chose to attend Stanford on a full academic scholarship in preparation for attending medical school at the University of Nebraska.

As a Board Certified Physician of Adult and Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, and an Assistant Clinical Professor in Pediatrics at USC, other than Riviera Club tournaments, Ho no longer competes. Staying involved in tennis, he has helped raise $1.5 million for women’s collegiate tennis and served on several tennis boards and committees. Firmly connected to tennis in Pacific Palisades, Ho toured the world various times attending tennis majors, including: the US Open, the French Open, Wimbledon, the Australian Open, the ATP Year-End Championship in Shanghai, the Italian Open, the Swiss Open and the Monte Carlo Open.

Career Highlights
    Hong Kong School – Boy (Junior) Singles Champion – 1954, 1955 and 1957
    Hong Kong School – Boy (Junior) Singles Runner-up – 1956
    Hong Kong School – Boy (Junior) Doubles Champion – 1953, 1954, 1955, and 1956
    Represented St. Joseph’s High School, Hong Kong and won championships all four years from 1951 – 1955
    Semi-finalist – Hong Kong Open doubles (twice)
    Quarter-finalist – Hong Kong Open doubles (twice)
    Quarter-finalist – Hong Kong Open Singles (once)
    Quarter-finalist – Taiwan Open Singles – 1956
    Quarter-finalist – Taiwan Open Doubles – 1956
    Chaffey Community College Captain of Tennis Team – 1960
    Chaffey Community College – Number 1 Singles and Doubles
    Southern California Junior College Championship – Semi-finalist in Doubles
    Chaffey Community College – A.A. 1960
    Stanford University – B.A. 1963
    University of Nebraska – M.D. 1966
    Riviera Tennis Club – Chair, Board of Governors – 1986
    Riviera/ITA Women’s All American Tennis Championships – Chair Emeritus after 26 years as Chair of the Tournament
    USTA Collegiate Tennis Committee – 6 years, Vice-Chair 2007 – 2008
    Southern California Tennis Association – Executive Committee Member and Board Member
    Southern California Tennis Hall of Fame – Nominating Committee Chair
    LA Tennis Open Tournament – Committee Member
    Southern California Collegiate Tennis Committee and Advisory/Mentor Committee – Chair
    Riviera Tennis Club Walk of Fame – Inducted 2009
    USTA Collegiate Varsity Committee – Member Southern California 2011 –
Other 2012 Inductees
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