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- Pronounced: STOH-lee
- Age: 44 (13.07.1970)
- Birthplace: Sydney, NSW, Australia
- Residence: Aventura, Florida, USA
- Height: 6'4" (193 cm)
- Weight: 175 lbs (79 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1991
- Coach: None
As of 19.01.2015
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
Full name is Sandon Frederick Stolle... Father, Fred, a former Australian tennis great, is a commentator on Channel 9 in Australia;Mother, Pat... Studied two years at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, majoring in marketing and business... Has a 2-4 career Davis Cup record in five ties (1-4 in doubles)... Named tennis coach at the Australian Institute of Sport in September of 2007 after assisting the Chinese Tennis Federation in 2006.
2002 -- The Australian partnered with countryman Joshua Eagle in 27-of-28 tournaments, winning 42 matches and one title...Finished in 8th position in ATP Team Race...Won sole title of year in Vienna (w/Eagle) after not dropping a set en route to defeating Novak/Stepanek in final...One week earlier, lost in Moscow final to Federer/Mirnyi...Reached first final of year at Sydney, losing to Johnson/Palmer...Reached 3rd Rd at Australian Open before losing to eventual winners Knowles/Nestor...Also lost to Knowles/Nestor in final at Dubai and QF in Indian Wells...Reached QF in Miami but lost to Correjta/A. Martin...Reached SF at Rome TMS, Toronto TMS, Adelaide, Indianapolis and Stockholm...Played only event without Eagle and lost in Los Angeles and lost in 1st RD (w/Bastl)...Finished year ranked No. 19 in doubles, the fifth straight year in Top 20.
2001 -- Won career-high five doubles titles in seven finals with six different partners...Teamed w/Daniel Nestor to compile 22-9 record and win two ATP titles...Also was 14-3 w/Max Mirnyi that included Grand Slam SF and two indoor titles...Won fifth title of year with countryman Joshua Eagle...Captured titles in Sydney (w/Nestor), Dubai (w/Eagle), Halle (w/Nestor), Moscow and TMS Stuttgart (w/Mirnyi)...47 match wins was fourth-best on circuit. Competed on the ATP circuit for 13 years, winning 22 doubles titles and reaching one singles final. Appeared in four Grand Slam doubles finals, winning the US Open in 1997. A member of Australia's Davis Cup team from 1997 to 2001.
2000 -- Led ATP circuit with 68 doubles match wins and 12 finals (3-9) during season... Advanced to finals with four different partners (Hewitt, Arthurs, Haarhuis and Kilderry)...Reached nine finals before winning his first title of year in Los Angeles (w/Kilderry)...Compiled 39-14 record and went 1-6 in finals (w/Haarhuis)... Reached Grand Slam finals at Roland Garros and Wimbledon (l. to Woodies both times)..Went 1-2 in round robin play in ATP World Doubles Chp. in Bangalore.
1999 -- Won four titles in six finals and captured TMS titles in Indian Wells and Miami (w/W. Black)...Finished No. 5 in Team Race (w/Black) and No. 9 individually...Earned a career-high $623,543.
1998 -- Won three titles, including first Grand Slam at US Open (w/Suk)...Also won titles in Newport (w/D. Flach) and Los Angeles (w/Rafter)...Qualified for first ATP World Doubles Chp. (w/Suk).
1997 -- Compiled 23-19 record in singles, advanced to SF in Nottingham and QF in four other stops.
1996 -- Captured title in Ostrava (w/Suk) and reached first ATP singles final in Nottingham (l. to Siemerink)...Finished year-end best No. 58 in singles.
1995 -- Reached four finals, including US Open (w/O'Brien).
1994 -- Won Sydney-outdoor (w/Cahill), Osaka (w/Damm) and TMS Cincinnati (w/O'Brien).
1993 -- Won doubles title in Sydney-outdoor (w/Stoltenberg).
1992 -- Won first ATP doubles title (w/Fitzgerald) in Taipei.
1991 -- Qualified at Wimbledon and beat M. Kratzmann in 1st RD.