John Sadri
John Sadri
John Sadri
John Sadri
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Charlotte, North Carolina Wife, Allison; Son, Jordan
    Singles titles: 2, as follows:
    1982--(1) Denver
    1980--(1) Auckland
    Doubles titles: 2, as follows:
    1982--(2) Newport, Stowe (w/Andrews)
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1987- Quarterfinalist at Seoul, Raleigh Ch.
    1986- Quarterfinalist at San Francisco.
    1985- Runner-up at Newport (l. Tom Gullikson); Quarterfinalist at Rotterdam,
    Milan, Johannesburg.
    1984- Winner at Montreal Challenger; Runner-up at Vienna Ch.; Semifinalist at
    Newport, Honolulu, Treviso; Quarterfinalist at Wimbledon, Cincinnati, Hong
    Kong; RD 16 at Australian Open.
    1983- Semifinalist at Ferrara; Quarterfinalist at Monterrey, Cleveland;
    Doubles Runner-up at Monterrey (w/Andrews).
    1982- Runner-up at Mexico City (l. Smid); Semifinalist at WCT/LaCosta;
    Quarterfinalist at Philadelphia, Rotterdam, Tournament of Champions-N.Y.,
    Newport; RD 16, Doubles Runner-up at Australian Open (w/Andrews).
    1981- Runner-up at Denver (l. G. Mayer); Semifinalist at Queens; Quarter-
    finalist at Monterrey, Philadelphia, Hong Kong; Doubles Runner-up at
    Australian Open, Sydney/NSW (w/Andrews).
    1980- Semifinalist at Philadelphia, Newport, Tokyo Indoor; Quarterfinalist
    8 Times, including Australian Open; Doubles Runner-up at Melbourne Indoor,
    Auckland (w/Wilkison).
    1979- Runner-up at Australian Open (l. Vilas); Semifinalist at Japan Open,
    Tokyo Indoor; Quarterfinalist at WCT/Baltimore, Hong Kong; Doubles Runner-
    up North Conway (w/Wilkison).
    Best Grand Slam Results: Australian Open, 1979 Runner-up, 1980 Quarterfinal-
    ist, 1984/82 RD 16, 1982/81 Doubles Runner-up (w/Andrews, Pfister); Wimble-
    don, 1984 Quarterfinalist.
    The 1978 NCAA singles runner-up to John McEnroe (Stanford) and a two-
    time All-America at North Carolina State in 1977-78.
    One of his practice partners is "Condor," his Doberman Pinscher, who
    actually retrieves tennis balls for him. He likes fast cars and in his spare
    time he might be found exploring nearby caves.
    Qualified for the 1980 WCT/Dallas Finals. He finished the year No. 16
    on the ATP computer rankings, his career year-end best. He was runner-up in
    his first Australian Open in 1979 (l. Vilas).
    Earned a career-high $228,887 in 1982.


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