Laurie Warder
Laurie Warder
Laurie Warder
Laurie Warder
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    Doubles titles: 12, as follows: 1993--(3) Australian Open, Bologna (w/Visser), Nice (w/Macpherson) 1992--(1) Bologna (w/Jensen) 1991--(2) Monte Carlo, Bologna (w/Jensen) 1989--(1) Wellington (w/Doohan) 1988--(2) Hamburg (w/Cahill), Bristol (w/Doohan) 1987--(1) Indianapolis (w/Willenborg) 1985--(1) Florence (w/D. Graham) 1984--(1) Newport (w/D. Graham) Year-by-Year Highlights: 1993- Doubles R-up at Adelaide (w/Fitzgerald); Doubles QF at Barcelona (w/Visser). 1992- Doubles R-up at Estoril, Manchester (w/Jensen); Doubles SF at Nice, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Brisbane, Sydney-indoor (w/Jensen). 1991- Doubles R-up at Memphis (w/Fitzgerald), Rome, Sydney-indoor (w/Jensen); Doubles SF at Munich (w/Dyke), Manchester (w/Bates), Lyon, Stockholm (w/ Jensen); Doubles QF at French Open, Stuttgart-outdoor, Montreal, Paris-Indoor(w/Jensen). 1990- Doubles SF at Wellington (w/Pawsat), Rome (w/Dyke), Toronto (w/Doohan). 1989- Doubles R-up at Munich, Indianapolis (w/Doohan), Queen's (w/Pawsat); Doubles SF at Rotterdam (w/Cahill), Scottsdale, Boston, Frankfurt(w/Pawsat) Doubles QF at Hamburg, Rome, Wimbledon (w/Doohan), Cincinnati (w/Leach). 1988- Winner at Brisbane Ch.; Doubles SF at Adelaide (w/Doohan), Stratton Mt.(w/Muller); Doubles QF at U.S. Open (w/Willenborg). 1987- Doubles R-up at Adelaide, Sydney/NSW, Australian Open, Montreal (w/
    Doohan), Washington (w/Willenborg); Doubles SF at Hamburg, Boston (w/Willen
    borg), Stratton Mt. (w/Doohan), Johannesburg (w/Kriek). 1986- Doubles Winner at Brisbane Ch. (w/Doohan); Doubles R-up at Milan (w/B. Levine); Doubles SF at Nice (w/Dyke). 1985- Doubles R-up at Bari (w/Freeman); Doubles SF at Aust. Open (w/Miller). 1984- Doubles SF at Auckland, Monte Carlo, Rome, Bristol, Boston, Adelaide (w/D. Graham). 1983- Doubles R-up at Auckland (w/D. Graham). One of the game's most consistent doubles performers, having won a title in six of the last seven years (except 1990). In 1987 reached a career-high six finals, winning lone title at Indianapolis (w/Willenborg). In 1991, qualified for the year-end ATP Tour World Doubles Championship in Johannesburg (w/Jensen) and earned a career-high $186,346. Finished a year-end best No. 12 that year. Captured his first career Grand Slam at the Australian Open in 1993 (w/Visser), defeating Fitzgerald-Jarryd in the final. Qualified for the ATP World Doubles Championship three times. Personal: Retired from ATP Tour in 1994 and 2006 is his 11th year as men's tennis assistant coach at Arizona State University...Wife Julie (July 1994) and children Ben (1997) and the twins Sophie and Jack (2001)...a scratch golfer...still competes annually in the Legends Doubles at the Australian Open.


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