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- Age: 49 (29.01.1965)
- Birthplace: Gudmundra, Sweden
- Residence: Monte Carlo, Monaco
- Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
- Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1983
As of 22.12.2014
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
In a golden era for Swedish tennis, following the retirement of his idol Bjorn Borg, Peter Lundgren was one of seven Swedes ranked in the world's Top 25. A fan of football and ice hockey, Lundgren did not start playing tennis until he was 10. During a 13-season pro career, living in Sundsvall, Sweden and Monte Carlo, Monaco, Lundgren won three ATP World Tour titles from six finals. He was named the ATP's Most Improved Player in 1987. Having won the first set of his matches, Lundgren compiled a 105-22 record (.827).
Having retired in 1995, aged 30, Lundgren first worked with Marcelo Rios in 1996. He helped the Chilean into the Top 10, then from 1997 worked with juniors at the Swiss Tennis Federation. From November 2000 until the end of 2003, Lundgren travelled full-time with Roger Federer, helping him to 10 ATP World Tour titles and his first Grand Slam championship at 2003 Wimbledon. He helped Marat Safin clinch the 2005 Australian Open title. From September 2006 to August 2008, Lundgren was appointed to coach the Great Britain Davis Cup team and worked with Alex Bogdanovic. Since then he has coached Marcos Baghdatis, Grigor Dimitrov and Stanislas Wawrinka. Bio: James Buddell
1995 - Played two events...Retired at Basel in July...
1994 - Played three ATP events (1-3 record)...
1993 - Played mainly on the ATP Challenger Tour...
1992 - Reached Basel quarter-finals...
1991 - Dropped out of the Top 100 on 9 September...
1990 - Runner-up at Indianapolis (l. Becker)...Quarter-finalist at Newport, Sydney Indoor and Wembley...Won one doubles title at Sydney Indoor (w/Dyke)...Doubles R-up at Toronto (w/Dyke), Los Angeles (w/Wekesa)...
1989 - Runner-up at Newport (l. Pugh); RD 16 at Wimbledon...Despite winning 12 of 26 matches, the veteran Swede ranked No. 61 on the ATP computer in 1989, his fifth straight top 100 finish...
1988 - Runner-up at Stockholm (l. Becker); Quarterfinalist at Auckland, Newport; Won one doubles title at Newport (w/Jones)...Doubles Runner-up at Australian Open, Basle (w/Bates), Memphis (w/Pernfors); Semi-finalist at Bergen Ch...Compiled a 20-21 match record and earned a career-high $178,864 while finishing No. 66 on the ATP computer rankings in 1988...
1987 - Won two singles titles at Rye Brook, N.Y. and San Francisco...Semi-finalist at Tel Aviv; Quarterfinalist at Montreal, Cincinnati, Scottsdale, Stockholm... Named Nabisco Player-of-the-Month in August and September... Recipient of Holiday Inn "You're a Winner" award for outstanding year in 1987. Received guest certificates worth $5000... Named ATP Most Improved Player in 1987 after moving from 98 to 26 on ATP computer rankings... Turned around his game in August 1987 as he began the year with a 3-9 mark in NGP play before finishing the year winning 25 of his last 33 matches, reaching the quarterfinals or better in 7 of 10 events during that time...
1986 - Semi-finalist at Los Angeles; Quarterfinalist at San Francisco; Won one singles title at Tel Aviv (w/Letts)...Doubles Runner-up at Cologne (w/Gunnarsson)...
1985 - Captured his first Grand Prix title on Oct. 27, 1985 as a qualifier, defeating Ramesh Krishnan at Cologne. The 1985 Swedish doubles champion (w/Jan Sandberg)... Also a winner at Thessaoloniki, Bergen #2 Challengers; Semi-finalist at Bergen #1, Bahia Ch.; Quarterfinalist at Stockholm; Doubles Runner-up at Cologne (w/Gunnarsson); Doubles Semi-finalist at Toulouse (w/Eriksson)...
1983 - Semi-finalist at Helsinki Ch...Turned pro...