Robbie Weiss
Robbie Weiss
Robbie Weiss
Robbie Weiss
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  • Residence: Las Vegas, Nevada Single
    Singles title:
    1990--(1) Sao Paulo
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1989- Runner-up at Aptos Ch., Seattle Ch.; Semifinalist at Winnetka Ch.;
    Quarterfinalist at Raleigh Ch., Zaragroza Ch.; Doubles Winner at Salou Ch.
    Doubles Semifinalist at Zaragroza Ch. (w/Falk), Winnetka Ch. (w/Devide).
    1988- Doubles Winner, Fifth in singles at Canadian Satellite (w/Nagel w/27
    ATP pts.).
    Became the first player in Pepperdine history to win the NCAA singles
    title when he defeated Brian Garrow of UCLA 6-2, 4-6, 6-3 on May 28, 1988 at
    Athens, Ga. He finished the yuear ranked as the No. 1 collegiate player in
    the country with a 55-3 match record.
    He completed his career with a 163-39 match record (.807) from 1985-88
    and was All-America in 1986 and '88. He helped his team to the NCAA finals
    in 1986 before losing to Stanford.
    He won three successive tournaments during his senior year in January
    1988, jumping from No. 48 in the preseason rankings to the No. 1 position.
    A member of the USTA Junior Davis Cup team from 1984-86.
    He won 13 national junior championships and captured the 1984 Wimbledon
    Juniors doubles title (w/Ricky Brown).
    Began playing tennis at age 6.
    Turned pro in June 1988.
    Earned a career-high $30,015 and finished a year-end best No. 169 on the
    ATP computer, improving for the second second straight year (from 954 in '87
    to 492 in '88 to 169 in '89).


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