Lars-Anders Wahlgren
Lars-Anders Wahlgren
Lars-Anders Wahlgren
Lars-Anders Wahlgren
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Angelholm, Sweden Single
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1989- Runner-up at Sydney Indoor (as qualifer l. Lendl); S & D Winner at
    Austrian Sat. (w/M. Nilsson); Semifinalist at Brisbane Ch.; Quarterfinalist
    at Tampere Ch., Vilamoura Ch., Zaragroza Ch.; Doubles Winner at Tampere Ch.
    Doubles SF at Madeira Ch. (both w/P. Svensson).
    1988- Runner-up at Crans Montana Ch.; Quarterfinalist at Travemunde, Geneva,
    Copenhagen Chs.; Doubles Winner at German Sat. (w/34 ATP pts.), Montana Ch.
    Genova Ch.; Doubles SF at Agadir, Valkenswaard Ch. (all w/P. Svensson).
    1987- Quarterfinalist at Travemunde Ch.
    1986- Winner at Athens Ch.; Quarterfinalist at Helsinki Ch.
    Turned pro in 1984.
    Coached by Pavel Strauss.
    Began playing tennis at age eight.
    Ranked No. 8 in the 1982 Swedish junior rankings.
    Played mostly on the challenger level in 1988, earning a career-high
    $16,089 and ranking a year-end best 206 on the ATP computer.
    Reached his first career Grand Prix singles final at the Sydney Indoor
    in October 1989, losing to Ivan Lendl. En route, he beat No. 3 seed Carl-uwe
    Steeb, defending champion Slobodan Zivojinovic and Australian Johan Anderson.
    He jumped from 222 to a career-high (at time) 106 on the ATP computer.
    Improved from 282 in 1987 to 206 in 1988 to a year-end best No. 93 on
    the ATP computer in 1989. Also earned a career-high $61,337.


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