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Former tennis player Kosei Kamo, one of only two Japanese men who have won a title at a Grand Slam tournament after World War II, has died of a heart attack, the Japan Tennis Association said Thursday. He was 84.

Kamo, who teamed up with Atsushi Miyagi to capture the 1955 U.S. Open men’s doubles crown, passed away on Jan. 6, the association said.

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