Jan Apell
Jan Apell
Jan Apell
Jan Apell
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Monte Carlo, Monaco Single
    Doubles titles: 9, as follows:
    1996--(1) Bermuda (w/Haygarth)
    1995--(1) Bastad (w/Bjorkman)
    1994--(6) Scottsdale (w/K. Flach), Queen's, Bastad, Schenectady, Antwerp,
    ATP Tour World Doubles Chp./Jakarta (w/Bjorkman)
    1993--(1) Seoul (w/Nyborg)
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1994- SF at Queen's; Doubles R-up at French Open (w/Bjorkman); Doubles SF at
    Adelaide (w/Kafelnikov), Aust. Open (w/Bjorkman), Rennes Ch., Barcelona (w/
    Nyborg); Doubles QF at Indian Wells (w/Melville), Key Biscayne (w/Bjorkman)
    Rome (w/Bauer).
    1993- R-up at Ostend Ch., Aachen Ch.; SF at Geneva Ch., Prague Ch.; Doubles
    Winner at Heilbronn Ch., Aachen Ch., Rennes Ch. (w/Bjorkman), Geneva Ch.
    (w/Utgren); Doubles R-up at Moscow (w/Bjorkman); Doubles SF at Bastad (w/
    Bjorkman), Zaragoza (w/Wekesa).
    1992- Winner at Cherbourg Ch.; SF at Acapulco Ch.; Doubles Winner at Salzburg
    Ch. (w/Tillstrom); Doubles R-up at Birmingham Ch. (w/Nyborg); Doubles SF at
    Bastad (w/Jarryd), Kitzbuhel, Prague (w/Donar).
    1991- S & D Winner at Graz Ch. (w/Rahnasto); R-up at Nagoya Ch.; Doubles
    Winner at Graz Ch. (w/Weidenfeld); Doubles R-up at Messina Ch. (w/Naewie).
    1990- SF at Dijon Ch.; QF at Furth Ch.; Winner at Spanish Sat. #1 and USTA
    Sat. #1; Doubles R-up at Dijon (w/Nyborg); Doubles SF at Bergen Ch.
    (w/Pedersen), Bossonnens Ch. (w/Nyborg).
    1988- R-up at Cherbourg Ch.; SF at Hanko Ch. (as qualifier); QF at Rumikon
    Ch., Thessaloniki Ch., Helsinki Ch.; Doubles Winner at Cherbourg Ch. (w/
    Nyborg); Doubles R-up at Nyon Ch. (w/Paloheimo).
    Began playing tennis at age nine.
    Won the Swedish 18-under doubles championship (w/Nyborg) in 1987. Teamed
    with countryman David Engel to win the Swedish Championship in January 1988.
    Missed three and one-half months with a left wrist injury from May to
    September in 1989.
    Enjoys playing indoor floor hockey (innebandy) along with several
    In the first six months of 1994, had already surpassed his previous
    career prize money, mostly in doubles (nearly $200,000 alone). Advanced to
    his first career Grand Slam final at the French Open (w/Bjorkman), losing to
    Black-Stark. Also advanced to his first career ATP Tour semifinal in singles
    at Queen's in June 1994.


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