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post #226 of 229 (permalink) Old 03-09-2012, 02:05 PM
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Re: At the department of forgotten players

i d say vitas gerulaitis

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i d say vitas gerulaitis
He's actually pretty well remembered , maybe more for his flamboyant lifestyle and untimely death than his (good) results. but still.
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Was a fan of the Black twins but especially Wayne:

He won 2001 U.S Open and 2005 Australian Open Men's Doubles titles with Kevin Ullyett, in the 05 Aussie Open they won without dropping a set beating Woodbridge and Bhupathi in the Quarters and then the Bryan twins in the final. After that victory he reached his highest doubles ranking of 4 in the world. Also won 2002 French Open and 2004 Wimbledon Mixed Doubles with his sister Cara Black.

Singles wise he reached the Aussie Open 4th round in 1999 and peaked at 69 in the world, i got to see him live at Wimbledon one year though and thought he was a beast!
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Anyone remember this guy?

http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/P...-Hantschk.aspx

I can remember him having a dodgy service action or something.
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