Niclas Kroon
Niclas Kroon
Niclas Kroon
Niclas Kroon
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Vaxjo, Sweden Single
    Singles title:
    1989--(1) Brisbane
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1989- Semifinalist at Madeira Ch., Vilamoura Ch., Nyon Ch., Sydney Indoor;
    Doubles Semifinalist at Nice (w/Novacek).
    1988- Reached Third Round at Australian Open (first G.S.), Bastad; Doubles
    Runner-up at Bastad (w/Edberg); Doubles Semifinalist at Basle, Toulouse (w/
    1987- Quarterfinalist at Frankfurt (d. Wilander); Winner at Montabaur Ch.;
    Runner-up at Thessaloniki Ch.; Semifinalist at Travemunde, Furth; Doubles
    Runner-up at Travemunde (w/Oleen).
    Biggest moment in his young career took place at Frankfurt in 1987 when
    he upset countryman Mats Wilander in the second round.
    Coached by Carl-Axel Hageskog.
    Likes hockey, soccer, indoor bandy and music.
    Compiled a 15-8 match record, earned a career-high $106,950 and ranked
    No. 46 on the ATP computer in 1989 after finishing No. 196 in '88.
    Captured his first Grand Prix singles title at Brisbane in October 1989
    (d. Woodforde) and followed up with a semifinal effort at the Sydney Indoor
    (l. Lendl). He jumped from 127 to 86 to 58 in two weeks on the ATP computer


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