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Mark Kratzmann

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Mark Kratzmann
  • Age: 48 (17.05.1966)
  • Birthplace: Murgon, QSLD, Australia
  • Residence: Windera, QSLD, Australia
  • Height: 5'10" (178 cm)
  • Weight: 160 lbs (73 kg)
  • Plays: Left-handed
  • Turned Pro: 1984
Inactive
Australia

Australia

As of 20.10.2014
S D
Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

50

26.03.1990

59-97 0 $1,378,936

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

5

16.04.1990

267-203 18 $1,378,936

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Windera, Queensland, Australia 1994--(1) Adelaide (w/Andrew)
Doubles titles: 18, as follows: 1993--(2) Milan, Stuttgart-indoor (w/Masur)
1990--(7) Sydney/NSW (w/Cash), Memphis, Newport, Cincinnati (w/Cahill), Japan
Open (w/Masur), Singapore, Manchester (w/Stoltenberg).
1989--(3) Queen's, Brisbane (w/Cahill), Stratton Mountain (w/Masur)
1988--(2) Adelaide, Sydney/NSW (w/Cahill)
1987--(2) Sydney Indoor (w/Cahill), Hong Kong (w/Pugh)
1986--(1) Cincinnati (w/Warwick)
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1989- Quarterfinalist at Adelaide, Capetown Ch., Brisbane Ch.;Doubles Runner-
up at Adelaide (w/Layendecker), Aust. Open, Sydney Indoor (w/Cahill);
Doubles SF at Masters (w/Cahill); Doubles QF at Key Biscayne, Wimbledon,
U.S. Open (w/Cahill); Winner at Aust. Sat. #3 (w/27 pts.); R-up at Tasmania
1988- Second at British Sat. #1 (w/23 ATP pts.); Third at Australian Sat. #3
(w/20 ATP pts.); Quarterfinalist at Tasmania Ch.
1987- Quarterfinalist at Sydney/NSW; Runner-up at Brisbane Ch.; RD 16 at
Australian Open; Doubles Semifinalist at Bari (w/McNamee); Doubles Quarter-
finalist 6 Times, including Australian Open, Wimbledon (w/Cahill).
1986- Doubles Runner-up at Queens (w/Cahill), Hong Kong (w/Cash); Doubles
Semifinalist at at Bari (w/Cahill); Semifinalist at Loipersdorf Ch.
1985- Semifinalist at Melbourne; Doubles Quarterfinalist at Nice, Brisbane,
Melbourne Indoor (w/Youl).
1984- Quarterfinalist at Perth Ch.
He had an outstanding junior career, winning the Wimbledon, U.S. Open
and Aust. Open Juniors in 1984. He also was runner-up at the French Open Jr.
l. Becker) before beating him for the U.S. title. He teamed with Simon Youl
capture the doubles crowns at the French, Wimbledon and U.S. Juniors in 1983.
A product of the Australian Institute of Sport which takes promising
players to a tennis center in Sydney under the supervision of Tony Roche,
John Newcombe and others.
One of the game's top doubles players, having compiled a 5-4 career mark
in finals through March 1989. Teamed with Darren Cahill to reach the 1989
Aust. Open final before losing to defending champions Rick Leach and Jim Pugh
A product of the Australian Institute of Sport which takes promising
players to a tennis center in Sydney under expert supervision.
He was sidelined for four months in 1988 by a shoulder injury in which
the tendon in his shoulder joint had worn away.
Coached by former Aussie pro Bob Carmichael.
Earned a career-high $69,945 in 1987.
Compiled only a 3-6 match record and earned $27,131 in 1988 due to his
injury, but still ranked No. 150 on the ATP computer, his second best finish
(142 in 1986).

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