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TAG: Sander Groen

Sep/22

17

The Man Who Has Wins Vs 17 World No. 1s

By Scoop Malinowski Sander Groen accomplished a unique and distinguished professional tennis career. The former ATP doubles champion achieved a highest doubles ranking of 61 (best singles ranking was 177). He competed on ATP World Tour from 1989-2019 and partnered Roger Federer to his first ATP title at the Segovia Challenger in 1999. Another distinction […] Continue to read full article...

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Sep/22

15

Federer’s First ATP Title Memories

By Scoop Malinowski As told by Sander Groen, the partner of Federer at 1999 Segovia Challenger doubles: “We won Segovia Challenger (August 1999) title together. It was his first ATP title.  I was supposed to play with Christophe Rochus but he was pissed off to be scheduled on Monday for singles after coming late from […] Continue to read full article...

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Feb/22

28

Biofile Sander Groen Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Former ATP doubles champion. Highest doubles ranking was 61. Highest singles ranking was 177. Competed on ATP World Tour from 1989-2019. DOB: June 16, 1968 In: Amsterdam, Netherlands First memory of tennis: Watching Wimbledon finals with Borg and McEnroe. Tennis inspirations: My father was a very dedicated regional player and head […] Continue to read full article...

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Dec/21

11

Sander Groen’s Unique ATP Career

By Scoop Malinowski Sander Groen mentioned on Facebook that he sat in Guga Kuerten’s box during the 1997 Canadian Open semi clash with Michael Chang, which was won by Guga. “I stayed in Montreal way after I lost doubles with Goran Ivanisevic because I was unlikely to get into doubles the following week in Cincinnati. […] Continue to read full article...

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