John Frawley
John Frawley
John Frawley
John Frawley
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  • Residence: Redcliffe, Australia Single
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1988- Quarterfinalist at Auckland, Seoul, Toronto; RD 16 at Australian Open,
    U.S. Open (d. Leconte).
    1987- Semifinalist at Brisbane Indoor; Winner at Brisbane Ch.; Winner at
    Australian Sat. #2.
    1986- Runner-up at Lisbon Ch.; Semifinalist at Agadir Ch.
    1985- Quarterfinalist at Nancy; Doubles Semifinalist at Munich (w/C. Fancutt)
    1984- Winner at Parioli Ch.; Semifinalist at Munich; Quarterfinalist at Los
    Angeles, Brisbane.
    Lost to Stefan Edberg in the 1983 Wimbledon Juniors and in 1982 he
    teamed with Pat Cash to capture the French Open and Wimbledon Juniors titles.
    Has been hampered with injuries most of his career, including a back
    injury in 1984, broken wrist in 1985, and shoulder injury in 1987.
    Came back in September 1987 and compiled a 28-match winning streak that
    included winning the Australian Satellite #2, Brisbane Challenger and reach-
    ing the semifinals at the Brisbane Indoor (NGP), defeating Pat Cash.
    Younger brother of former pro Rod Frawley.
    Rod and his father helped in the comeback from injuries, as John's train
    ing included gym work, running and weightlifting.
    He won only seven singles matches in 1987 but came back to post a 24-21
    match record and earn a career-high $105,698 in 1988. He finished No. 60 on
    the ATP computer, his third top 100 ranking in five years.
    Only compiled a 3-13 match record while dropping to 414 on the ATP
    computer rankings in 1989.


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