Robert Seguso
Robert Seguso
Robert Seguso
Robert Seguso
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Boca Raton, Florida Wife, Carling; Son, Holden John
    Doubles titles: 28, as follows:
    1991--(3) Tampa, Cincinnati, Indianapolis (w/Flach)
    1989--(2) Japan Open, Cincinnati (w/Flach)
    1988--(4) Queen's, Wimbledon, Toronto, Wembley (w/Flach)
    1987--(3) French Open (w/Jarryd), Wimbledon, Cincinnati (w/Flach)
    1986--(2) Memphis, Chicago (w/Flach)
    1985--(7) Fort Myers, Forest Hills-T.O.C., Queen's, Indianapolis, Montreal,
    U.S. Open, Tokyo Indoor (w/Flach)
    1984--(7) WCT/London Doubles, Rome, Boston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Hong
    Kong, Taipei (w/Flach)
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1989- Quarterfinalist at Philadelphia, Stratton Mt., Wembley; Doubles Runner-
    up at U.S. Open, Orlando (w/Flach); Doubles Semifinalist at Wimbledon (w/
    Flach); Doubles QF at Philadelphis, Stratton Mt. (w/Flach), Washington (w/
    1988- Semifinalist at Memphis, Indianapolis; Quarterfinalist at Stockholm,
    Wembley; Doubles Runner-up at Key Biscayne-Lipton, Indianapolis, Detroit
    (w/Flach); Doubles Semifinalist at U.S. Open, Stratton Mt. (w/Flach);
    Doubles Quarterfinalist at French Open (w/Flach).
    1987- RD 16 at Australian Open, Key Biscayne-Lipton; Doubles Runner-up at
    Lipton, Livingston, Stratton Mt., U.S. Open, Wembley, Masters (w/Flach),
    Sydney Indoor (w/Becker); Doubles Semifinalist 4 Times.
    1986- Semifinalist at Queen's; Quarterfinalist at Stratton Mt., Toronto;
    Doubles Semifinalist at Philadelphia, Forest Hills-T.O.C, Masters (w/Flach)
    1985- Semifinalist at Stratton Mt.; RD 16 at Wimbledon; Doubles Runner-up at
    LaQuinta, Chicago, Rome, Stratton Mt. (w/Flach).
    1984- Quarterfinalist at Taipei; Doubles Runner-up at Newport (w/Flach).
    Best Grand Slam Results: Australian Open, 1987 RD 16; French Open, 1987
    Doubles Champion (w/Jarryd); Wimbledon, 1988/87 Doubles Champion (w/Flach),
    1985 RD 16; U.S. Open, 1985 Doubles Champion, 1989/87 Runner-up (w/Flach).
    Member of the U.S. Davis Cup team from 1985-89, compiling a 10-1 doubles
    record (after 10 wins). Gold medalist (w/Flach) at 1988 Olympics.
    An All-America in singles and doubles at Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
    in 1983. Teamed with Flach to win the NCAA Division II doubles title. They
    won seven titles in their first full year on the tour in 1984 and followed up
    with seven more in 1985. They were named ATP Doubles Team of the Year in '85.
    In fact, 27 of his 28 career titles have come with Flach -- the 1987
    French Open (w/Jarryd). In '87 the duo won two titles, but were runner-up in
    six others, including the U.S. Open.
    He has reached as high as No. 22 on the ATP computer (Mar. 9, '87) but
    injuries dropped his ranking to a year-end 135. Finished 1986 with a year-
    end best No. 28. Earned a career-high $394,908 in 1985.
    Compiled a 20-14 match record and earned $317,734 in 1988, surpassing
    the $1 million in career earnings at Memphis in February.
    Dropped to No. 86 in singles (from 37 in '88), but it was still his
    fourth top 100 finish in five years.


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