Simon Youl
Simon Youl
Simon Youl
Simon Youl
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Symmons Plains, Tasmania, Australia
    Wife, Cathy
    Singles titles: 2, as follows: Doubles titles: 2, as follows:
    1992--(1) Singapore 1994--(1) Bucharest (w/Arthurs)
    1989--(1) Schenectady 1990--(1) Casablanca (w/Woodbridge)
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1989- Quarterfinalist at Washington; Doubles Runner-up at Brisbane (w/Dyke);
    Doubles Quarterfinalist at Wimbledon (w/Van Emburgh), Washington (w/Rene-
    berg); Doubles Semifinalist at Salzburg Ch. (w/Custer).
    1988- S & D Semifinalist at Livingston (w/D. Lewis); Quarterfinalist at Rye
    Brook; RD 16 at Wimbledon; Doubles Winner at Raleigh Ch. (w/MacPherson).
    1987- Winner at Winnetka Challenger.
    1986- Doubles Quarterfinalist at Wimbledon (w/Warder).
    1985- Semifinalist at Brisbane; Quarterfinalist at Sydney Indoor.
    1984- Winner at Lee-on-Solent Challenger.
    1983- Winner at Sydney Challenger.
    Reached the fourth round in 1988 and doubles quarterfinals in 1986 and
    '89 at Wimbledon, his best Grand Slam results.
    Captured the French Open, Wimbledon and U.S. Open junior doubles titles
    in 1984 (w/Kratzmann).
    Represented Australia in 1984 Summer Olympics.
    Compiled a 13-14 match record, earned a career-high $91,266 and ranked
    No. 156 on the ATP computer in 1989 (after a 109 finish in '88).
    Captured his first career singles title at Schenectady on July 23, 1989,
    rallying to win 26 64 64 over No. 4 Scott Davis. Four of his five wins in
    the tournament came in three sets. He jumped from 205 to No. 133 on the ATP
    computer following the win.


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