Sebastien Leblanc
Sebastien Leblanc
Sebastien Leblanc
Sebastien Leblanc
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  • Personal
  • Residence: St. Bruno, Quebec, Canada Single
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1991- Doubles Winner at Austrian Sat. (w/Janecek w/28 pts.); Doubles R-up at
    Graz Ch. (w/Naewie); Doubles QF at Montreal (w/Janecek).
    In 1989, he brought his aggressive all-court game to the Sunshine Cup
    18-under team which helped Canada to the world title with a 4-0 singles mark.
    In 1990, the team reached the final and in 1991 they lost in the third round.
    In 1990, he teamed with Sebastien Lareau to become the first Canadians
    to win a Grand Slam title as they won both the French Open and Wimbledon
    Junior titles. The duo finished as the world's No. 2 team, ranking third and
    fourth, respectively, in the individual doubles ranking. Also No. 15 singles.
    In 1990, he reached the final of the 18-under outdoor championships
    after winning the 16-under title in 1988 and reaching the final in '89.
    Teamed with Lareau to reach the quarterfinals of the Canadian Open in
    Montreal in 1991, only to lose to countrymen Connell-Michibata. It was his
    fourth career tour outing.


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