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Old 04-18-2011, 11:18 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by AnnaK_4ever View Post
Takao Suzuki won 14 challenger titles and 22 ATP main draw matches but never reached the Top-100.
What I find remarkable though is that 17 of 22 match wins came at the same tournament -- Tokyo Japan Open.
It's the guy that I was actually trying to refer to instead of Soeda.

Compared to the ATP there are way more indoor courts in the Challengers.
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