Greg Van Emburgh
Greg Van Emburgh
Greg Van Emburgh
Greg Van Emburgh
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  • Personal
  • Doubles titles: 7, as follows: 1995--(1) Kitzbuhel (w/Montana) 1994--(1) San Marino (w/Broad) 1992--(2) Genova (w/Cannon), Long Island (w/Montana) 1988--(1) Schenectady (w/Mronz) 1990 - Doubles Semifinalist at Wimbledon. 1989 - Doubles Quarterfinalist at Wimbledon (w/Youl), Third Round at Japan Open; Doubles Runner-up at Dijon Ch. (w/Pearce); Stockholm (w/Dyke); Quarterfinalist at Johannesburg-2 Ch., Durban Ch. 1988- Quarterfinalist at Las Vegas Ch.; Doubles Winner at Las Vegas Ch., Acapulco Ch. (w/Cannon); Doubles Semifinalist at Mexico City Ch. (w/Cannon) Attended the University of Kentucky from 1984-88 and majored in public relations. Finished his senior season ranked No. 10 in singles and No. 6 in doubles (w/Rich Benson) in the final 1988 collegiate rankings. Earned All-America honors (Kentucky's first) in 1987-88, reaching the NCAA doubles semifinals in '87 and quarterfinals in singles. Began playing tennis at age 8. Personal: Following a ten year ATP Tour career, was assistant coach at his alma mater Kentucky...Now men's head coach at Wisconsin...Wife Tracey and boys, Jake and Jenson.


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