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Marcie Louie from San Francisco became a professional tennis player in the early 1970s. She participated in the US Open eight times between 1971 through 1981. In 1973, she was the 14th ranked female tennis player in the world and the only Chinese American. Her best U.S. Open finish was in 1976 when she advanced to the 4th round and lost against Mima Jausovec. She was forced into retirement in 1986 due to injury.

Her sister Maureen, nicknamed “Peanut” by her father, would turn pro a year after the above photo was taken.