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Old 01-26-2005, 03:15 PM   #3
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Default Re: Olivier Patience anyone?

I'm sorry I don't have info about him.
On atp official site there are some info:

Birthdate: 3/25/1980
Birthplace: Evreux, France
Residence: Boulogne, France
Height: 5'11'' (180 cm)
Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
Plays: Right-handed
Turned Pro: 1998

PERSONAL
Full name Olivier Alexandre PatienceÓNickname "La Pace" began playing at age four. Father is a manager at Schneider Group and mother works for national employment agency in France. Has an older sister, Anne-Caroline, who works in cultural sector. Father used to play tennis recreationally. Favorite surface is clay and rebound ace. Favorite shots are backhand volley and backhand chip. Idolized Marcelo Rios and Cedric Pioline growing up. Aspires to reach Top 50. If he didn't play tennis, he'd try golf, or outside of sports, would have worked for Red Cross. Enjoys golf and once had a handicap of 12. Coached by countryman and former ATP pro Stephane Huet since June 2002.
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