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Milan Srejber

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  • Age: 50 (30.12.1963)
  • Birthplace: Prague, Czechoslovakia
  • Height: 6'8" (203 cm)
  • Weight: 216 lbs (98 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
Inactive
Czech Republic

Czech Republic

As of 20.10.2014
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Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

23

13.10.1986

128-129 1 $898,323

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

37

12.06.1989

67-70 2 $898,323

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Prague, Czechoslovakia Single
Singles title: Doubles titles: 2, as follows:
1988--(1) Rye Brook 1989--(1) Rotterdam (w/Mecir)
1988--(1) Gstaad (w/Korda)
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1989- Winner at Copenhagen Ch.; Semifinalist at Valkenswaard Ch.;Quarterfinal
ist at Wellington; Doubles Runner-up at Gstaad (w/Korda); Doubles SF at
Bristol (w/Saceanu), Doubles Quarterfinalist at Montreal (w/Mecir).
1988- Semifinalist at Milan; Quarterfinalist at Rotterdam, Gstaad, Prague,
Toulouse, Wembley; Doubles Semifinalist at Kitzbuhel (w/Korda), Toulouse
(w/Smid).
1987- Semifinalist at Philadelphia; Quarterfinalist at Vienna.
1986- Runner-up at Toronto Indoor (as qualifier, l. Nystrom); Semifinalist at
Toulouse; Quarterfinalist at Boca West (d. Becker), U.S. Open, Barcelona.
1985- Winner at New Ulm Ch.; Runner-up at Curitiba Ch.; Quarterfinalist at
Tampere, Istanbul, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro Challengers.
Doubles bronze medalist (w/Mecir) at 1988 Seoul Olympic Games.
Stands at 6-foot-8, the tallest player on the pro tour.
Used his explosive serve to upset Becker in the third round at the Lip-
ton International at Boca West in 1986.
Member of the Czechoslovakian Davis Cup team from 1987-present.
At age 19 he decided to give the pro circuit a try and left the Univer-
sity of Prague at the time when he was studying electrical engineering. He
is the lone child in his family. His father is an electrical engineer in
Prague.
Earned $168,832 and finished a year-end best No. 41 in 1988 with a 31-23
match record. Made a career-high $214,263 in 1987.
Although he only compiled a 17-24 match record, the towering Czech
finished at No. 97 in 1989, his fourth straight top 100 ranking on the ATP
computer. He earned $144,244, his fourth straight $100,000-plus season.

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