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Jeff Salzenstein was one of the most entertaining and high-energy players ever to hit the pro tour. He came out of Nowheresville USA, more specifically, Denver, Co., where there had never been a big impact player rising from the juniors, to become a No. 1 singles player at Stanford and an 11-year pro. In 2004, in his eighth year as a pro, and at the age of 30, he became only the second player in the history of the Open Era to break the Top-100 (actually he got to No. 100) for the first time after the age of 30 (Dick Norman did it first and Norman closing in on 42 is still playing doubles on tour).