Carsten Arriens
Carsten Arriens
Carsten Arriens
Carsten Arriens
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  • Carsten Arriens was appointed Germany’s Davis Cup captain on 22 November 2012. Arriens, who replaced Patrik Kuehnen, who had been captain since 2003, had been working as a coach for the German Tennis Federation since 2002.

    Arriens reached a career-high ranking of World No. 109 during a professional career, which lasted from 1991 to 1999. He played in four Grand Slam tournaments and won one tour title at Guaruja on 1 November 1992. As a qualifier, he beat Alex Corretja.

    Began playing tennis at age seven when his parents introduced the game to him...Father, Dieter, is a construction engineer and mother, Dagmar, house wife…Enjoys all sports, especially soccer, but says that now he has time "for nothing but tennis".


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