- Age: 45 (20.11.1968)
- Birthplace: Manhattan Beach, CA, USA
- Residence: Manhattan Beach, CA, USA
- Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
- Weight: 160 lbs (73 kg)
- Plays: Left-handed
- Turned Pro: 1989
- Coach: None
As of 03.03.2014
*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Full name is Jeffrey Gail Tarango...Turned pro after completing his junior year at Stanford University...Led Stanford as No. 1 in singles and doubles to its second consecutive NCAA team championship in 1989...A three-time All-America in singles, two-time in doubles and a scholar athlete award winner...Interests include philosophy, creative writing, bridge and fishing... Has coached Younes El Aynaoui, Andre Medvedev, Maria Sharapova, Vince Spadea and others…Wife, Jessica married on June 13, 2007 children Nina Rose, Katharine, Jackson, Ace and Jesse.
2001 -- The American veteran excelled in doubles, winning his 14th career title in Casablanca (w/Hill) and reaching five other finals (three w/Hill)...Played 18 tournaments with his Aussie partner, compiling a 30-17 match record...Reached finals in Marseille Gstaad, Stuttgart-outdoor (w/Hill), Moscow (w/Bhupathi) and TMS Stuttgart (w/E.Ferreira)...Also advanced to SF at Roland Garros, his best Grand Slam result, beating top seeds Bjorkman-Woodbridge in QF...Won 48 doubles matches during year (tied for second w/Woodbridge and only behind Johnson's 52)...Finished No. 14 in doubles and ninth in the ATP Doubles Race (w/Hill)...In singles won only one ATP main draw match in Adelaide but qualified for the main draw in four events (Sydney, Milan, Dubai and TMS Indian Wells).
2000 -- Finished out of Top 100 in singles for only second time since 1991...Advanced to SF in Atlanta and QF in St. Poelten and Bastad, all on clay...Captured doubles title in Brighton (w/Hill) and finalist in Auckland (w/Delaitre) and Tokyo (w/Hill)...Finished No. 37 in doubles…
1999 -- Reached singles final at Umag (l. to Norman) and the SF at Moscow...Enjoyed best season in doubles winning six titles including Auckland, St. Petersburg, Tokyo (w/Vacek), Bastad, Bournemouth (w/Adams) and Toulouse (w/Delaitre)...Earned a career-high $496,721...
1998 -- Reached first career Mercedes Super 9 QF in Key Biscayne (d. No. 6 Kafelnikov), while winning Moscow (w/Palmer) for sixth career doubles title...
1997 -- Posted personal-best 31 match victories and finished in Top 50 for second time with SF results in Adelaide and Boston along with four QF...Won Poznan Challenger title (d. Rikl)...
1996 -- In doubles, won two Tour titles and Challenger title...Won consecutive titles in Bastad and Bucharest (w/Ekerot)...In singles, best results were QF in Shanghai and St. Petersburg...
1995 -- QF in Rotterdam (d. W. Ferreira) and Rome (d. Rosset)...In doubles, won three ATP Tour titles: Seoul (w/Lareau), Washington (w/Delaitre) and Bucharest (w/Keil)...
1994 -- Reached final in Bordeaux...Reached first Tour doubles final in St. PÜlten (w/Malik)...
1993 -- Reached SF in San Francisco...
1992 -- Won first career Tour titles in Wellington (d. Volkov) and Tel Aviv...
1991 -- Reached second career singles final in Seoul...
1989 – Turned professional after completing junior year at Stanford…
1988 -- As an amateur, reached Tour final in Livingston...
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