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Simone Colombo

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  • Age: 51 (28.08.1963)
  • Birthplace: Milan, Italy
  • Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
  • Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Turned Pro: 1993
Inactive
Italy

Italy

As of 27.10.2014
S D
Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

60

17.11.1986

35-54 1 $289,230

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

68

11.09.1989

70-75 5 $289,230

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Cesano, Maderno, Italy Single
Singles title: Doubles titles: 5, as follows:
1986--(1) St. Vincent 1989--(2) Bari, San Marino (w/Mezzadri)
1986--(2) Bologna, Palermo (w/Cane)
1985--(1) Bologna (w/Cane)
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1989- S & D Winner at Modena Ch. (w/Devide); Semifinalist at Telford Ch.,
Verona Ch.; Quarterfinalist at San Marino;Doubles Runner-up at Vilamoura Ch
(w/Felgate); Doubles SF at Kitzbuhel, St. Vincent, Palermo (w/C. Mezzadri).
1988- Runner-up at Geneva Ch.; Quarterfinalist at New Ulm Ch.; Doubles Runner
up at Waiblingen Ch. (w/Colombini), Bari (w/Cancellotti).
1987- Quarterfinalist at St. Vincent; Doubles Semifinalist at Bolgona (w/Can-
cellotti).
1986- Winner at Parioli Ch., New Ulm Ch.; Runner-up at Messina Ch.; Semifinal
ist at Bari, Palermo; Quarterfinalist at Bologna, Bergen-1 Ch.; Doubles
Winner at Parioli Ch. (w/Cane), Doubles SF at Bari, St. Vincent (w/Cane).
1985- Runner-up at Parioli Ch.; Quarterfinalist at Marrakech Ch.;Doubles Semi
finalist at Rome (w/Cane).
1984- Semifinalist at Marrakech Ch.; Quarterfinalist at Vienna Ch.; Doubles
Semifinalist at Florence (w/Ocleppo).
1983- Semifinalist at Brescia Ch., Travemunde Ch.; Quarterfinalist at New Ulm
Ch.
1982- Semifinalist at Brescia Ch.
The 1981 Italian Junior champion.
Began playing tennis at age 10 and turned professional in 1984.
Played Davis Cup for his native Italy against Sweden in the first round
in 1987. He fell from a year-end best No. 65 in 1986 to 262 the following
year after compiling only a 5-18 match record.
Captured his only Grand Prix singles title at St. Vincent in 1986, his
best professional year when he earned a career-high $73,398.
Compiled only a 6-7 singles mark and ranked No. 166 in singles on the
ATP computer in 1989, but was 16-7 in doubles, winning titles at Bari and
San Marino with Claudio Mezzadri while finishing No. 76 in doubles.

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