Jamie Morgan
Jamie Morgan
Jamie Morgan
Jamie Morgan
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Sydney, NSW, Australia Single
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1994- R-up at Coral Springs (l. to Mattar); SF at Annenheim Ch.; QF at Hong
    Kong, Seoul.
    1993- SF at Queen's; QF at Auckland; RD 16 at U.S. Open.
    1992- R-up at Bristol Ch.,Schenectady (l. to Ferreira), Taipei (l. to Grabb);
    SF at Winnetka Ch., New Haven Ch.; Doubles Winner at Kuala Lumpur-1 Ch.
    1991- R-up at San Luis Potosi Ch.; QF at Jakarta, Singapore, Tasmania Chs.;
    Doubles R-up at Furth Ch., Christchurch Chs. (w/Stolle); Doubles SF at New-
    port (w/Montana).
    1990- Winner at Guam Ch.; R-up at Tasmania Ch.; SF at Canberra, Hong Kong
    1989- R-up at Aust. Sat. #1 (w/18 pts.); QF at Tasmania Ch.; Doubles Winner
    at Aust. Sat. #3, Tasmania Ch. (w/Woodbridge); Doubles R-up at British Sat.
    1988- QF at Tasmania Ch.
    Began playing tennis at age nine and excelled in football and swimming.
    Selected to the General Private School competition at age 14, beating
    John Newcombe's record by one year. Attended the Australian Institute of
    Sport until early 1991.
    Interests include reading, from John LeCarre to Stephen King.
    Reached the semifinals at the 1989 French Open juniors and finished No.
    7 in the world junior rankings.
    Coached by Aussie Bob Carmichael.
    Made big breakthrough in 1993 as he compiled a 24-25 match record (15
    more match wins than in '92), posted his first career Top 10 win (Stefan
    Edberg at Queen's), earned a career-high $213,461 and finished a year-end
    best No. 63 in singles.


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