Gene Mako

1916 - 2013

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Constantine "Gene" Mako (Hungarian: Makó Jenő [ˈmɒkoː ˈjɛnøː]; January 24, 1916 – June 14, 2013) was an American tennis player and art gallery owner. He was born in Budapest, capital of Hungary. He won four Grand Slam doubles titles in the 1930s. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Gene Mako has received more than 25,156 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Gene Mako is the 319th most popular tennis player, the 546th most popular biography from Hungary and the 3rd most popular Hungarian Tennis Player.

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Among tennis players, Gene Mako ranks 319 out of 1,148Before him are Elizabeth Ryan, Ken Fletcher, Max Mirnyi, Nancy Richey, Sylvia Hanika, and Marián Vajda. After him are Karolína Plíšková, Kimiko Date, Nicolas Mahut, John Isner, Paul Haarhuis, and Elina Svitolina.

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Among people born in 1916, Gene Mako ranks 232Before him are George Montgomery, Martha Raye, Walker Percy, Marie Wilson, Leslie Thorne, and Günther Ortmann. After him are Don Keefer, Tony Bettenhausen, Rochelle Hudson, Forrest J Ackerman, Beverly Cleary, and Kanan Devi. Among people deceased in 2013, Gene Mako ranks 377Before him are Costică Ștefănescu, Chokri Belaid, John Kerr, Derek Kevan, Dale Robertson, and Harold Camping. After him are Robin Sachs, Milo O'Shea, Noel Harrison, Lisa Robin Kelly, Peter Broadbent, and Mel Smith.

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In Hungary

Among people born in Hungary, Gene Mako ranks 546 out of 696Before him are Ernő Goldfinger (1902), Tibor Csík (1927), Ilona Novák (1925), Márta Sebestyén (1957), Tamás Mendelényi (1936), and Magda Gabor (1915). After him are László Nemes (1977), Ildikó Schwarczenberger (1951), Péter Gulácsi (1990), Leslie Valiant (1949), Kinga Göncz (1947), and Károly Takács (1910).


Among tennis players born in Hungary, Gene Mako ranks 3Before him are Zsuzsa Körmöczy (1924) and Balázs Taróczy (1954). After him are Andrea Temesvári (1966), Tímea Babos (1993), Gréta Arn (1979), Ágnes Szávay (1988), Melinda Czink (1982), Márton Fucsovics (1992), Petra Mandula (1978), and Réka Luca Jani (1991).