Ronald Agenor
Ronald Agenor
Ronald Agenor
Ronald Agenor
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  • 2000 IN REVIEW

    The Haitian continued to play well as one of elder players on ATP...Oldest player in year-end Top 150...Early highlights included 2nd RDs at Chennai, San Jose, Mexico City and Santiago...In April, claimed Challenger title at Birmingham (d. Srichaphan) and followed with a QF at Budapest Challenger...Advanced to 2nd RD at Roland Garros...Failed to win consecutive matches again until late September finalist run at San Antonio Challenger (l. to Malisse).


    1985-Won first Challenger title in Marrakech...1986-Advanced to first SF in Bordeaux and doubles final (w/Bahrami)...1987-First-time ATP finalist in Gstaad and runner-up in Bordeaux and Basel...1988-Finalist in Bordeaux for 2nd year and finished career-best No. 28...1989-Won first ATP title in Athens (d. K. Carlsson) and went to Grand Slam-best QF at Roland Garros, losing to eventual winner Chang...1990-Captured titles in Genova and Berlin...1991-Won Marseille Challenger title and surpassed $1 million in career...1992-Captured Yvetot Challenger title (d. Corretja)...1993-Finalist in Bastad (l. to Skoff) and winner at Reunion Island Challenger... 1994-SF in Milan (d. Stich, Becker), Barcelona and QF in Doha (d. Stich)...1995-SF doubles finalist in Jakarta (w/Matsuoka) and QF in Bordeaux...1996-Advanced to QF in three Challengers...1997-Took a break from sport, playing only three Challenger events (2-3 record)...1998-Improved ranking 302 positions by winning three U.S. Futures titles and reaching QF in four Challengers...1999-Top 100 finish was first by a 35-year-old since Connors (No. 82) in 1992...Went 28-9 in Challenger play, winning Furth and Contrexville titles and reaching two finals.


    Full name is Ronald Jean-Martin Agenor...Born in Morocco and lived there for 10 years, then lived in Zaire for four years and moved to Bordeaux, France at age 14...Only family member (of six children) not born in Haiti...Speaks fluent English, French, Arabic, Swahili, and Creole...Played Davis Cup for 12 years for his native country, compiling a 27-9 career record (21-3 in singles).


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