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Darren Cahill

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Darren Cahill
  • Age: 48 (02.10.1965)
  • Birthplace: Adelaide, S.A. Australia
  • Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
  • Weight: 154 lbs (70 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
Inactive
Australia

Australia

As of 28.07.2014
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Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

22

24.04.1989

133-122 2 $1,349,247

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

10

07.08.1989

192-138 13 $1,349,247

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Adelaide, Australia & Tampa, Florida Single
Doubles titles: 13, as follows:
Singles titles: 2, 1994--(1) Syndey/NSW (w/Stolle)
1991--(1) San Francisco 1990--(3) Memphis, Newport, Cincinnati (w/Kratzmann)
1988--(1) Gstaad 1989--(3) Sydney/NSW (w/Masur), Queen's, Brisbane
(w/Kratzmann)
1988--(4) Adelaide, Sydney/NSW (w/Kratzmann), Ham-
burg (w/Warder), Sydney-Ind.(w/Fitzgerald)
1987--(1) Sydney Indoor (w/Kratzmann)
1985--(1) Melbourne (w/P. Carter)
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1990- Runner-up at Newport (l. Aldrich).
1989- Semifinalist at Rotterdam, Tokyo Indoor, Valkenswaard Ch.; Quarterfinal
ist at Los Angeles, Brisbane; Doubles Runner-up at Australian Open, Sydney
Indoor (w/Kratzmann); Doubles SF at Adelaide (w/Woodforde), Rotterdam (w/
Warder), Capetown Ch., Masters (w/Kratzmann), Wembley (w/Fitzgerald);
Doubles QF at Key Biscayne-Lipton, Wimbledon, U.S. Open (w/Kratzmann).
1988- Semifinalist at Queen's, Stratton Mountain, U.S. Open; Quarterfinalist
at Sydney/NSW, Washington; Doubles Semifinalist at Paris Indoor (w/Drewett)
1987- Winner at New Haven Ch.; Semifinalist at Kitzbuhel, Hong Kong; Doubles
Runner-up at Bordeaux (w/Woodforde); Doubles Semifinalist at Nancy(w/Masur)
Doubles Quarterfinalist at Aust. Open, Wimbledon (w/Kratzmann).
1986- Doubles Runner-up at Queen's; Doubles Semifinalist at Bari(w/Kratzmann)
1985- Quarterfinalist at Hilversum; Doubles Quarterfinalist at Kitzbuhel (w/
Youl); Third Round at French Open (as qualifier).
Became only the sixth unseeded player in the Open Era to reach the semi-
fianls at the U.S. Open in 1988. He defeated Boris Becker in the second round
He won his first Grand Prix title at Gstaad in July 1988, defeating
Jakob Hlasek in the final.
Reached the doubles quarterfinals of the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games (w/
Fitzgerald). Also represented Australia in Davis Cup play for the first time.
Began playing tennis in high school in 1980 and turned professional in
1985.
Enjoys golf and windsurfing.
Earned a career-high $300,634, compiled a 31-24 match record and ranked
a year-end best No. 27 in 1988, his first top 50 finish after ranking 82 in
'87. Finished No. 53 on the ATP computer and earned $252,557 in 1989.
Missed nearly three years of action due to left and right knee injuries
which required seven operations on both knees. Played his last singles event
at the Lipton in March 1991 and did not return to the Tour until January 1994
in Adelaide where he lost in the first round in singles and semifinals in
doubles. A week later in Sydney, won his 13th career doubles title (w/Stolle)
and improved his doubles ranking over 500 positions.

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