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Tim Mayotte

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Tim Mayotte
  • Age: 54 (03.08.1960)
  • Birthplace: Springfield, MA
  • Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
  • Weight: 185 lbs (84 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
Inactive
United States

United States

As of 15.09.2014
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Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

7

31.10.1988

340-202 12 $2,663,672

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

66

03.01.1983

38-57 1 $2,663,672

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Bradenton, Florida Single
Singles titles: 12, as follows:
1989--(1) Washington
1988--(4) Philadelphia, Schenectady, Brisbane Indoor, Frankfurt
1987--(5) Philadelphia, Chicago, Toulouse, Paris Indoor, Frankfurt
1986--(1) Queen's
1985--(1) Lipton International (Delray Beach, Fla.)
Doubles title:
1981--(1) San Juan (w/C. Mayotte)
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1990- Runner-up at Milan, Toronto (l. Lendl both times), Moscow (l. Cherkasov
1989- Runner-up at Philadelphia (l. Becker); Quarterfinalist at Indian Wells,
Wimbledon, Indianapolis, U.S. Open, Stockholm.
1988- Semifinalist at Japan Open, Sydney Indoor, Paris Indoor; Quarter-
finalist at Wimbledon, Toronto; RD 16 at Key Biscayne (Lipton).
1987- Semifinalist at Orlando, Queens; Quarterfinalist at Vienna, Memphis;
RD 16 at Lipton (Key Biscayne).
1986- Runner-up at Philadelphia; Semifinalist at Fort Myers, Paris Indoor;
Quarterfinalist at Wimbledon, Stockholm.
1985- Runner-up at WCT/Dallas Finals; Semifinalist at Newport, Quarterfinal-
ist at 10 Tournaments; RD 16 at Wimbledon, U.S. Open, Australian Open.
1984- Runner-up at Newport; Quarterfinalist at Memphis, La Quinta, Queens,
WCT/Dallas Finals, WCT/Houston, Adelaide; RD 16 at Wimbledon, U.S. Open.
1983- Semifinalist at Philadelphia; Quarterfinalist at Queens, Wimbledon, Los
Angeles, San Francisco.
1982- Runner-up at Bristol, WCT/Strasbourg; Semifinalist at Wimbledon; Quart-
erfinalist at Adelaide, Brussels, Frankfurt, Tampa, San Francisco; Doubles
Runner-up at Frankfurt (w/T. Giammalva).
1981- Runner-up at Maui; Quarterfinalist at San Juan, Napa, Bristol, Wimble-
don, Atlanta, San Francisco.
1980- Quarterfinalist at San Francisco.
Best Grand Slam Results: Australian Open, 1983 Semifinalist, 1981 Quarter-
finalist; 1985 RD 16; Wimbledon, 1982 Semifinalist, 1989/88/86/83/81
Quarterfinalist, 1985/84 RD 16; U.S. Open, 1985/84 RD 16.
Won his first career title in his fifth year on the circuit, in 1985,
when he came from two sets down to defeat Scott Davis in the final at the
Lipton International in Delray Beach, Fla. to pick up $112,500.
Won the ATP Newcomer of the Year award in 1981.
Won the 1981 NCAA singles title at Stanford. Majored in history.
Member of U.S. Davis Cup team, 1986-87.
Became the only player in 1987 to win all five singles finals he played
in. Prior to 1987 he was 2-6 in finals. He also won all four Grand Prix
finals in 1988. He was a silver medalist at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games
(l. Mecir).
He qualified for his second Masters in 1988.
Earned a career-high $505,754 and finished No. 10 on the ATP computer in
1988, marking the second straight year in the top 10 (No. 9 in 1987).
Although the veteran serve and volleyer failed to finish in the top 10
in 1989 for the first time in three years, he ranked No. 13 on the ATP
computer, compiling a 30-17 match record. He added his 12th career title
at Washington, defeating Brad Gilbert in a rain-delayed final.

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