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07-20-2006 06:07 AM
Re: Chang

ya guys bring me back to the past.
07-08-2006 01:12 PM
Re: Chang


Coming from the juniors as a 15-year-old, Michael Chang set numerous "youngest player records." In 1987, he was the youngest player to win a main draw match at the U.S. Open and the youngest to reach a Tour semifinal. Becoming the youngest French Open / Grand Slam Champion ever in 1989, he then became the youngest to rank in the Top 5. Chang ended an American drought of the French Open, becoming the first American male to win the French Open since 1955. In 1991 he reached the quarterfinals or better in 13 tournaments. On the court, Michael's real strength is his return game. Chang is considered one of the fastest players on the circuit, possessing an all-court game.

Birth date: February 22, 1972
Turned pro: 1988
Birthplace: Hoboken, New Jersey, USA
Residence: Mercer Island, Washington, USA
Height: 5'9" (1.75m) Weight: 160 (75.6kg)
Plays: Right-handed
Highest singles ranking: 2 (September 9, 1996)
Highest doubles ranking: 199 (April 19, 1993)
Fastest serve: 130 mph (Memphis)
07-08-2006 01:09 PM
Re: Chang

SINGLES CAREER TITLES (34): 1988--San Francisco; 1989--Roland Garros, Wembley; 1990--Montreal / Toronto; 1991--Birmingham; 1992--Indian Wells, Key Biscayne, San Francisco; 1993--Beijing, Cincinnati, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur-2, Osaka; 1994--Atlanta, Beijing, Cincinnati, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Philadelphia; 1995--Atlanta, Beijing, Hong Kong, Tokyo Indoor; 1996--Indian Wells, Los Angeles, Washington; 1997--Hong Kong, Indian Wells, Memphis, Orlando, Washington; 1998--Boston, Shanghai; 2000--Los Angeles

FINALIST (24): 1989--Los Angeles; 1990--Los Angeles, Wembley; 1991--Grand Slam Cup; 1992--Grand Slam Cup, Hong Kong; 1993--Long Island, Los Angeles; 1994--San Jose, Tokyo Indoor, Tokyo Outdoor; 1995--Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Roland Garros, San Jose, Singles Championship; 1996--Australian Open, Cincinnati, Hong Kong, Singapore, US Open; 1998--Memphis, Orlando; 2000--Auckland
11-04-2005 04:05 AM
Re: Chang

Originally Posted by yevvi
Michael's Picture

1.1997 Wimbledon, seed5
2.1997 US Open, seed2
3.1998 Australian Open, seed3
4.1998 Roland Garros, seed 11

Thanks for your reading!
Michael's Picture
1.1996 Roland Garros
2.1996 Wimbledon
3.1996 US Open
4.1997 Australian Open
5.1997 Roland Garros
10-06-2004 02:31 PM
Re: Chang

Michael's Picture

1.1997 Wimbledon, seed5
2.1997 US Open, seed2
3.1998 Australian Open, seed3
4.1998 Roland Garros, seed 11
5.1997 ATP Hannover Final, seed 2
6.1997 Canada Toronto
7.1998 Australian Open Cental Court
Thanks for your reading!
12-05-2003 05:48 AM
Re: Chang

Racquet:Michael Chang Prince Precision Michael Chang
String:Babolat VS Natural Gut 15L
08-26-2003 12:02 PM

who can tell me the what is Michael 's Racquets ,stat's and equipement(particular) thanks

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