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Paolo Cane

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  • Pronounced: POW-lo ca-NEH
  • Age: 49 (09.04.1965)
  • Birthplace: Bologna, Italy
  • Residence: Bologna, Italy
  • Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
  • Weight: 150 lbs (68 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Turned Pro: 1983
Inactive
Italy

Italy

As of 25.08.2014
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Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

26

14.08.1989

133-130 3 $903,958

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

43

21.10.1985

83-91 3 $903,958

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Bologna, Italy Single
Singles titles: 3, as follows: Doubles titles: 3, as follows:
1991--(1) Bologna 1986--(2) Bologna, Palermo (w/Colombo)
1989--(1) Bastad 1985--(1) Bologna (w/Colombo)
1986--(1) Bordeaux
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1990- Semifinalist at Wellington.
1989- Runner-up at Palermo (l. Perez-Roldan); Semifinalist at Hilversum;
Quarterfinalist at Milan, Hamburg; Third Round at Key Biscayne, Monte Carlo
(d. Connors); Doubles Runner-up at Monte Carlo (w/Nargiso).
1988- Semifinalist at Bastad; Quarterfinalist at Stockholm; Winner at San
Marino Ch., Genova Ch.; Doubles Runner-up at St. Vincent (w/Taroczy);
Doubles Semifinalist at Hamburg (w/Mezzadri).
1987- Semifinalist at Bologna, St. Vincent; Quarterfinalist at Rome, Florence
Doubles Runner-up at Florence (w/Ocleppo); Doubles Semifinalist at Nice (w/
Hlasek), Rome (w/McEnroe).
1986- Runner-up at Bologna (l. Jaite); Semifinalist Parioli Ch.; Quarter-
finalist at Bari, Bastad, Hilversum; Doubles Winner at Marrakech Ch. (w/
Mezzadri), Parioli (w/Colombo); Doubles Semifinalist at Bari, St. Vincent
(w/Colombo).
1985- Doubles Runner-up at Kitzbuhel (w/Panatta); Doubles Semifinalist at
Rome (w/Colombo).
Won the Italian junior title in 1983.
A bronze medalist at the 1984 Summer Olympics & quarterfinalist at 1988
Seoul Olympic Games. Won the Galea Cup in 1985.
Member of Italian Davis Cup team from 1986-present. Played in '86
quarterfinal tie vs. Sweden and lost to Wilander and Edberg.
Earned a career-high $185,539 in 1988 while capturing his second career
singles title at Bastad.In '86, he won his first at Bordeaux (d. K. Carlsson)
Defeated Stefan Edberg in the second round at Stockholm in 1988, his
best career victory.
Compiled an 24-13 match record and ranked a career year-end best No. 33
on the ATP computer in 1989, his fourth straight top 100 finish.

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