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Peter Doohan

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Peter Doohan
  • Age: 53 (02.05.1961)
  • Birthplace: Newcastle, Australia
  • Residence: Tulsa, OK, USA
  • Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
  • Weight: 185 lbs (84 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
Inactive
Australia

Australia

As of 24.11.2014
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Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

43

03.08.1987

51-83 1 $446,667

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

15

09.02.1987

142-106 5 $446,667

Singles & Doubles combined

Singles title: Doubles titles: 5, as follows: 1984--(1) Adelaide 1989--(1) Wellington (w/Warder) 1988--(1) Bristol (w/Warder) 1985--(2) Newport (w/S. Giammalva) Livingston (w/DePalmer) 1984--(1) Tel Aviv (w/B. Levine) Year-by-Year Highlights: 1989- Doubles Winner at Aust. Sat. #1 (w/17 ATP pts.), USTA Sat. #5 (w/34 ATP
pts.); Runner-up at San Luis Potosi Ch., USTA Sat. #5 (w/22 ATP pts.);SF at Dijon Ch., Brisbane Ch.; QF at Durban Ch.; Doubles Runner-up at Munich, Indianapolis (w/Warder); Doubles QF at Hamburg, Rome, Wimbledon (w/Warder). 1988- Winner at San Luis Potosi Ch.;Runner-up at Lisbon Ch., Mexico City Ch.; Semifinalist at Vilamoura Ch., Acapulco Ch.;Doubles Winner at Vilamoura Ch. Mexico City Ch. (w/Fancutt); Doubles Runner-up at Los Angeles (w/Grabb); Doubles Semifinalist at Wimbledon (w/Grabb), Acapulco Ch. (w/Fancutt). 1987- Runner-up at Sydney/NSW (l. Mecir); Doubles Runner-up at Australian Open, Sydney/NSW, Montreal (w/Warder); RD 16 at Australian Open, Wimbledon (d. Becker). 1986- Quarterfinalist at Brisbane Ch.; Doubles Winner at Brisbane Ch. (w/Warder); Doubles Runner-up at Fort Myers (w/McNamee). 1985- Runner-up at Adelaide (l. Edwards), Melbourne (l. Canter); Quarter-finalist at Auckland, Bristol; Doubles Semifinalist 4 Times. 1984- Doubles Runner-up at Adelaide (w/B. Levine); Doubles Semifinalist at Wimbledon, Australian Open, Melbourne (Dec.) (w/M. Fancutt). All-American in doubles at the University of Arkansas in 1981-82. Won the NCAA doubles title (w/Pat Serret) in 1982 and was runner-up in 1981. Defeated two-time Wimbledon champion Boris Becker in the second round at 1987 Championships and moved into the ATP top 50. Jumped from 301 in 1986 to a career year-end best of 72 on the ATP computer in 1987. Earned a career-high $101,020 in 1987. Compiled only a 4-13 match record in 1988 and earned $75,197. Won his first doubles title at Bristol in '88 (w/Warder). Personal: Retired from the ATP Tour in 1996...since then, has been the Head Professional at Anniston Country Club (AL), Coosa Country Club (GA), Fort Smith (AK) and is currently at the Grand Racquet Club in Tulsa, OK...Inducted into the University of Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in 2003...Enjoys surfing...Two boys, John and Hunter.

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