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Men's tennis community Santoro is currently not already retired ah?

michaelbes2010-01-20 22:02:06 +0000 #1

shpd7132010-01-20 22:05:28 +0000 #2
Fabrice Santoro will retire at the end of the season, announced his retirement before the French veteran Fabrice Santoro in the United States Eastern Standard Time September 2 afternoon of the first round of U.S. Open men's singles, the 0 -- 3 seed Juan Carlos Ferrero lost to No. 24, ending his career the last time the U.S. Open trip, he told the media revealed that after her retirement to "home" at home had "a normal life."

Attached Personal Information

Name: Fabrice Santoro (Fabrice Santoro)

Gender: Male

Nationality: France

Birthday: 1972.12.9

Height: 1.77 meters (5.10 feet)

Weight: 72 kg (160 lbs)

Project: glorious tennis

grip: right-hand turn into a career

Time: 1989

current world ranking: No. 80

2003 year-end world ranking: No. 61
's singles championship: 4 times

doubles title Views: 14 times

2004 to date record: 8 wins and 10 losses

career record: 366 wins held

339 total career prize money:, 783,742


French player Fabrice Santoro character is to use his mind to play. Being backhand is the use of hands, and his game is very different. Santoro can be working on the use of chop-bit technology, as well as his excellent ball and the net return to the ball very quickly and there are features. There have been many individual honors: Yes, France won the Sunshine Cup, the main member; won the 1989 French Open runner-up youth group; representatives of the national team to participate in too many sessions of the Davis Cup. Since 1997, his father, Mike served as his coach.

With Rod partner of 4 years, won the 2005 Rome Masters, Lyon Open, Metz Open and Masters Cup champion and the 2004 and 2003 Australian Open champion. CPC career won four singles titles and 18 doubles title.

In the doubles, France Brisbane • Fabrice Santoro and Nenad • Zemun Zichi combination in Moscow, after winning the championship, becoming the first six pairs of finalists Masters Cup doubles combination. France and Serbia and Montenegro's new combination, in the 2006 season, and 36 received a negative record of 14 wins, they won three championship titles (Sydney, Hal), but also into the Monte Carlo Masters and Wimbledon semi-finals.



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