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Carl-Uwe Steeb

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Carl Uwe Steeb
  • Pronounced: karl OO-veh-shteeb
  • Age: 46 (01.09.1967)
  • Birthplace: Aalen, Germany
  • Residence: Reith-Kitzbuhel, Austria
  • Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
  • Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
  • Plays: Left-handed
  • Turned Pro: 1986
  • Coach: Stefan Schasselhuber
Inactive
Germany

Germany

As of 18.08.2014
S D
Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

14

15.01.1990

212-212 3 $2,320,082

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

41

15.05.1989

72-79 3 $2,320,082

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Kitzbuhel, Austria Single
Singles titles: 3, as follows:
1995--(1) Moscow Doubles titles: 3, as follows:
1991--(1) Genova 1991--(2) Long Island, Moscow (w/Jelen)
1989--(1) Gstaad 1988--(1) Brisbane Indoor (w/Jelen)
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1990- Runner-up at Sydney/NSW (l. Noah), Brussels (l. Becker).
1989- Runner-up at Tokyo Indoor (l. Krickstein); Semifinalist at Hamburg;
Quarterfinalist at Sydney/NSW, Lyon, Key Biscayne-Lipton, Monte Carlo,
Barcelona; Doubles Semifinalist at Monte Carlo, Munich (w/Kuhnen); Doubles
Quarterfinalist at Hamburg (w/Kuhnen).
1988- S & D Semifinalist at Metz (w/Saceanu); Quarterfinalist at Milan,
Munich, Brisbane Indoor, Sydney Indoor; RD 16 at Australian Open; Doubles
Semifinalist at Sydney Indoor (w/Jelen).
1987- Semifinalist at Stuttgart (d. Leconte), Marrakech, Cairo Chs.; Quarter-
finalist at Munich, Hilversum, Cairo Ch.
1986- Quarterfinalist at Buenos Aires, 4 Challengers; Doubles Quarterfinalist
at Japan Open (w/Keretic).
Played soccer and tennis as a youngster. Turned pro in 1986.
Quarterfinalist at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games.
Won the district tennis championship at age 10.
Enjoys yoga, movies and Robert Ludlum novels.
Improved from 150 to a year-end best No. 41 in 1987.
Had his best career victory over Mats Wilander in five sets in the first
match against Sweden in the 1988 Davis Cup final. West Germany went on to a
4-1 victory. Also defeated No. 4 Andre Agassi at Lipton (1st Rd.) in 1989.
Compiled a 39-19 match record and earned a career-high $354,717 in 1989
while finishing in the top 20 for the first time at No. 15 (from 73 in '88).
Coached by Stefan Schaffelhuber.

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