Mark Edmondson
Mark Edmondson
Mark Edmondson
Mark Edmondson
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  • Hard work and an indefatigable will to win have brought Mark Edmondson much deserved sucesses on the pro tour. "Edo" has had some very good singles results, to say the least: winning the Australian crown in 1976, with wins over Ken Rosewall and John Newcombe, and his reaching the semi-finals, unseeded, at Wimbledon in 1982.

    Yet it is doubles where he has cornered a portion of the tennis record book. Through 1986, Mark had reached 65 doubles finals, winning 31. Mark's late father was a man very dedicated to Australian tennis, and a tennis complex was named in his honor in their hometown. Outspoken, frank and opinionated, Mark is cut from the same cloth; he cares enough about the future of his sport to have served on the ATP Board of Directors, 1980-1984. Wife, Vicki; Son, Karl.

    Best Grand Slam Results: Australian Open: 1976 Champion, SF in 1981, QF in 1977, 1979, 1983 Doubles Champion (w/McNamee), 1980/81 (w/Warwick); French Open: Doubles runner-up in 1983 (w/Stewart); Wimbledon: SF in 1982.


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