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Mike De Palmer

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Mike De Palmer
  • Age: 53 (17.10.1961)
  • Birthplace: Tampa, FL
  • Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
  • Weight: 175 lbs (79 kg)
  • Plays: Left-handed
Inactive
United States

United States

As of 15.12.2014
S D
Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

35

21.02.1983

76-85 0 $406,143

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

20

03.11.1986

124-130 6 $406,143

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Knoxville, Tennessee Wife, Valissa
Doubles titles: 6, as follows:
1989--(1) Florence (w/Willenborg)
1986--(3) Tokyo Indoor, Hong Kong (w/Donnelly), Johannesburg (w/van Rensburg)
1985--(2) Livingston (w/Doohan), Vienna (w/Donnelly)
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1989- Doubles Winner at Florence (w/Willenborg);Runner-up at Bristol (w/
1988- Doubles Winner at Johannesburg Ch. (w/Donnelly). Donnelly)
1987- Quarterfinalist, Doubles Winner at Raleigh Ch. (w/Baxter).
1986- Quarterfinalist at Japan Open; Doubles Runner-up at Florence (w/Donn-
elly); Doubles Semifinalist at LaQuinta, San Francisco (w/Donnelly);Doubles
Quarterfinalist at Memphis, Rotterdam, Toronto, U.S. Open (w/Donnelly).
1985- Semifinalist at Florence; Quarterfinalist at Johannesburg, Vienna;
Doubles Runner-up at Stockholm (w/Donnelly);Doubles Semifinalist at Toronto
(w/S. Giammalva), Florence (w/Cancellotti), U.S. Open (w/Donnelly), Johann-
esburg (w/Delatte).
1984- Quarterfinalist at Metz, Livingston, Cleveland, Sydney; Doubles Runner-
up at San Francisco (w/S. Giammalva); Doubles Semifinalist at Livingston
(w/Turpin).
1983- Semifinalist at Tampa; Quarterfinalist at Los Angeles.
1982- Runner-up at Ancona (l. Jarryd); Semifinalist at Vienna;QF at Adelaide.
All-American at the University of Tennessee in 1981-82. His father,
Mike, Sr., is the coach at Tennessee, traditionally one of the best college
teams in the nation.
Enjoyed his best pro season in 1985 when he earned a career-high
$101,483. He ranked No. 83 on the ATP computer, his third top 100 finish
and won doubles titles at Vienna and Livingston.
In December 1986, he teamed with Gary Donnelly to reach the Masters semi
finals in London, losing to eventual champions Stefan Edberg and Anders
Jarryd.
His best year-end singles ranking was No. 51 in 1982, his first year on
the tour.

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