Tampa Bay home of legendary tennis pro Harry Hopman is now for sale

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A Pinellas County home built for the late Hall of Fame Australian tennis great Harry Hopman is now on the market for $585,000.

Appropriately located at 10364 Hopman Ct. in Seminole, the 2,444-square-foot home was custom-built for Hopman in 1981, though he passed away of a heart attack  just a few years later in 1985.

The midcentury modern home comes with 3 bedrooms, and 3 bathrooms, as well a screened-in pool and spa, a two-car garage, and plenty of stylish upgrades.

As a player, Hopman racked up 34 titles, as well as three Grand Slams. In his later years he coached future champions like Vitas Gerulaitis and John McEnroe. Hopman emigrated to the United States in 1969, where he later opened the Harry Hopman's International Tennis camp in Treasure Island and Largo. In 1978, Hopman was inducted into the International Hall of Fame. The Hopman Cup is also named in his honor.

The home's listing agent is Joseph Kipping of Tampa Bay Home Team.

Photos via Realtor.com