Claudio Mezzadri
Claudio Mezzadri
Claudio Mezzadri
Claudio Mezzadri
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Zug, Switzerland Single
    Singles title: Doubles titles: 4, as follows:
    1987--(1) Geneva 1989--(2) Bari, San Marino (w/Colombo)
    1987--(2) Nancy (w/Krishnan), Paris Indoor
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1989- Semifinalist at Bari; Quarterfinalist at Genova Ch.; Doubles Runner-up
    at Basle (w/Camporese); Doubles SF at Kitzbuhel, St. Vincent, Palermo (w/
    Colombo), Pescara Ch. (w/Pambianco).
    1988- Quarterfinalist at Rotterdam, Hamburg, Hilversum; Doubles Runner-up at
    Barcelona (w/Perez); Doubles Semifinalist at Hamburg (w/Cane), Gstaad (w/
    Hlasek); Doubles Quarterfinalist 4 Times.
    1987- Semifinalist at Gstaad, Vienna; Quarterfinalist at Rome, Toulouse;
    Doubles Runner-up at Nice (w/Ocleppo), Hamburg (w/Pugh).
    1986- Semifinalist at Florence, Palermo; Quarterfinalist at Lisbon Ch.;
    Doubles Winner at Marrakech Ch. (w/Cane); Doubles Runner-up at Palermo (w/
    1985- Semifinalist at Parioli, Messina Ch.; Quarterfinalist at Rome.
    1984- Quarterfinalist at Florence; Doubles Quarterfinalist at Hilversum (w/
    Began playing at age five and turned pro in 1983.
    Runner-up at 1983 18-under European Championships.
    Member of Swiss Davis Cup team, 1987-present. Has 4-1 singles mark.
    Defeated Tomas Smid to win his first career NGP title at Geneva in 1987,
    collecting a career-high $40,000. He became the first Swiss to win a Grand
    Prix event since Heinz Gunthardt won at Toulouse in 1983.
    Compiled his first winning season (29-16) on the Grand Prix and earned a
    career-high $175,282 while ranking No. 28 on the ATP computer in 1987.
    Ranked No. 105 in 1988 and earned $97,678 in 1988.


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