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Amos Mansdorf

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  • Pronounced: AH-mos
  • Age: 48 (20.10.1965)
  • Birthplace: Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Residence: Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Height: 5'9" (175 cm)
  • Weight: 160 lbs (73 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Turned Pro: 1983
  • Coach: Dean Goldfine
Inactive
Israel

Israel

As of 07.07.2014
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Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

18

16.11.1987

304-230 6 $2,412,691

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

67

19.05.1986

46-83 0 $2,412,691

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Tel Aviv, Israel Wife, Efat (married Mar. 15, 1991)
Singles titles: 6, as follows:
1993--(1) Washington
1990--(1) Rosmalen
1988--(2) Auckland, Paris Indoor
1987--(1) Tel Aviv
1986--(1) Johannesburg
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1990- Runner-up at Tel Aviv (l. Chesnokov).
1989- Runner-up at Auckland, Singapore; Semifinalist at Scottsdale, Tel Aviv;
RD 16 at Australian Open, Wimbledon; Doubles Quarterfinalist at Memphis (w/
Pernfors), Queen's (w/Lendl).
1988- Semifinalist at Tel Aviv; Quarterfinalist at Memphis, Indian Wells,
Orlando, Basle, Wembley; RD 16 at Key Biscayne-Lipton.
1987- Runner-up at Vienna; Semifinalist at Philadelphia, Johannesburg; Quart-
erfinalist at Adelaide, Rotterdam, Paris Indoor, Wembley.
1986- Winner at Jerusalem Challenger; Semifinalist at Tel Aviv; Quarterfinal-
ist at Milan, Cologne.
1985- Runner-up at Tel Aviv; Semifinalist at Madrid; Quarterfinalist at
Adelaide, Jerusalem Ch., Parioli Ch.
1984- Semifinalist at Tel Aviv.
Member of Israeli Davis Cup team, 1984-present. Defeated Miloslav Mecir
and Karel Novacek in 1987 first round play, helping his country to upset win
over the Czechs.
Represented Israel in 1984 & 1988 Summer Olympics.
Turned pro in 1983.
Father, Jakob, is an engineer; Mother, Era, is a teacher.
Quarterfinalist at 1984 U.S. Open and Canadian Open Juniors.
Hobbies include golf, reading and movies.
Upset Jimmy Connors and Brad Gilbert in succession to win 1987 Tel Aviv
event, then finished runner-up the following week at Vienna (l. Svensson).
Reached the quarterfinals or better in five of his last six tournaments.
Took home the biggest paycheck of his career of $262,000 when he beat
Brad Gilbert at the Paris Indoor final in October 1988. He had a walkover in
the first round against Wilander and went on to beat Hlasek in the semis.
Compiled a 32-19 match record and earned a career-high $395,492 while
finishing a year-end best No. 26 on the ATP computer in 1988.
Failed to win a tournament in 1989 after winning at least one title from
1986-88. Ranked No. 39 and compiled a 32-20 record, his fourth straight top
50 finish.

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