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Tennis Classic 2009

Date: December 17, 2009

Place: National Tennis Centre, Bratislava

Stars: Goran Ivanisevic, Michael Stich, Henri Leconte, Mansour Bahrami, Karol Kucera, Miloslav Mecir

Goran Ivanisevic (Croatia)

Born: September 13, 1971; Split, SFR Yugoslavia
Highest ranking: No. 2
Turned pro: 1988
Retired: 2004
Plays: left-handed (two-handed backhand)
Prize money: 19 878 007 USD
Career titles: 22
Grand slam successes: Wimbledon 2001 (winner), Australian Open (quarterfinal 1989, 1994, 1997), Roland Garros (quarterfinal 1990, 1992, 1994), US Open (semifinal 1996)
Career record: 599–333 (64.3%)

Michael Stich (Germany)

Born: October 18, 1968; Pinneberg, West Germany
Highest ranking: No. 2
Turned pro: 1988
Retired: 1997
Plays: right-handed (one-handed backhand)
Prize money: 12 592 483 USD
Career titles: 18
Grand slam successes: Wimbledon 1991 (winner), Australian Open (semifinal 1993), Roland Garros (final 1996), US Open (final 1994)
Career record: 385–176

Henri Leconte (France)

Born: July 4, 1963, Lillers, France
Highest ranking: No. 5
Turned pro: 1980
Retired: 1996
Plays: left-handed (one-handed backhand)
Prize money: 3 440 660 USD
Career titles: 9
Grand slam successes: Roland Garros (final 1988), Australian Open (eight final 1985), Wimbledon (semifinal 1986), US Open (quarterfinal 1986)
Career record: 377–269

Mansour Bahrami (Iran, France)

Born: April 26, 1956; Arak, Iran
Highest ranking: No. 192
Turned pro: 1974
Retired: -
Plays: right-handed (one-handed backhand)
Prize money: 368 780 USD
Career titles: 0 (2 in doubles)
Grand slam successes: Roland Garros (final, doubles, 1989)
Career record: 33–56

Karol Kucera (Slovakia)

Born: March 4, 1974; Bratislava, Czechoslovakia
Highest ranking: No. 6
Turned pro: 1992
Retired: 2005
Plays: right-handed (double-handed backhand)
Prize money: 5 061 125 USD
Career titles: 6
Grand slam successes: Australian Open (semifinal 1998), US Open (quarterfinal 1998), Wimbledon (eight final 1999)
Career record: 293–244

Miloslav Mecir (Slovakia)

Born: May 19, 1964; Bojnice, Czechoslovakia
Highest ranking: No. 4
Turned pro: 1982
Retired: 1990
Plays: right-handed (double-handed backhand)
Prize money: 2 632 538 USD
Career titles: 11
Grand slam successes: US Open (final 1986), Australian Open (final 1989), Roland Garros (semifinal 1987), Wimbledon (semifinal 1988)
Olympic Games: gold (singles) a bronze (doubles), Soul 1988
Career record: 262–122

News

Schett surprised Mats Wilander, Noah sang with fans

Schett surprised Mats Wilander, Noah sang with fans

Eight edition of exceptional Tennis Champions exhibition in National Tennis Centre in Bratislava (December 1st) hosted seven stars – past champions and present players. Mats Wilander, Yannick Noah, Mansour Bahrami, Pat Cash, Petra Kvitova and Anna Karolina Schmiedlova together with very nice surprise of the evening Barbara Schett made unforgettable show.
Tennis Champions 2015: Wilander, Noah, Cash, Bahrami, Schmiedlova and Kvitova all in Bratislava!

Tennis Champions 2015: Wilander, Noah, Cash, Bahrami, Schmiedlova and Kvitova all in Bratislava!

Yannick Noah, Mats Wilander, Pat Cash, Mansour Bahrami, Anna Karolina Schmiedlova and Petra Kvitova. Names of six former and current tennis stars that will feature at the 8th Tennis Champions Exhibition. Event will take place on 1st December at 18:00 in National Tennis Centre in Bratislava. Tickets are sold through www.predpredaj.sk.

Stars of Tennis Champions

Ninth edition of exceptional Tennis Champions exhibition in National Tennis Centre in Bratislava hosted six stars – past champions and present players. Dominika Cibulkova, Belinda Bencic, Radek Stepanek, Dominik Hrbaty, Yannick Noah & Mansour Bahrami made unforgettable show.

 

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