Slobodan Zivojinovic
Slobodan Zivojinovic
Slobodan Zivojinovic
Slobodan Zivojinovic
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Monte Carlo, Monaco Son, Philip
    Singles titles: 2, as follows: Doubles titles: 8, as follows:
    1990--(1) Brussels (w/E. Sanchez)
    1988--(1) Sydney Indoor 1988--(1) Tokyo Indoor (w/Gomez)
    1986--(1) Houston 1987--(2) Brussels, Milan (w/Becker)
    1986--(3) Brussels (w/Becker), Rotterdam
    (w/Edberg), U.S. Open (w/Gomez)
    1985--(1) Boston (w/Pimek)
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1989- Quarterfinalist at Milan, Sydney Indoor; RD 16 at Wimbledon (d. Mecir);
    Doubles Semifinalist at Milan (w/Ivanisevic); Doubles Runner-up at Tokyo
    Indoor (w/Gomez); Doubles Quarterfinalist at Key Biscanye (w/Gomez), Monte
    Carlo (w/Ivanisevic).
    1988- Runner-up at Forest Hills-T.O.C. l. Agassi); Quarterfinalist at
    Livingston; RD 16 at Wimbledon.
    1987- Semifinalist Milan, Forest Hills-T.O.C., Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor;
    Quarterfinalist at Wimbledon, Montreal, Basle; RD 16 at Key Biscayne;
    Doubles Semifinalist at Wimbledon, U.S. Open (w/Gomez).
    1986- Semifinalist at Wimbledon; Doubles Runner-up at Tournament of Champions
    Toronto (w/Becker), Vienna (w/Gilbert), Stockholm (w/Cash).
    1985- Runner-up at Nancy, Thessaloniki Challenger; Semifinalist at Queens,
    Australian Open; Quarterfinalist at Nice; Doubles Runner-up at Wembley (w/
    1984- Quarterfinalist at Kitzbuhel.
    Best Grand Slam Results: Australian Open, 1985 Semifinalist; Wimbledon, 1986
    Semifinalist, 1987 Quarterfinalist, 1989 RD 16; U.S. Open, 1987 Doubles
    Champion (w/Gomez).
    Doubles quarterfinalist (w/Ivanisevic) at 1988 Seoul Olympic Games.
    Reached the 1986 Wimbledon semifinals, taking Lendl to five sets. It was
    the best Yugoslav finish in a Grand Slam since Nikki Pilic went to the final
    at the 1973 French Open.
    Finished 1986 No. 2 on the ATP computer doubles rankings, behind Andres
    Gomez who he teamed with to win the U.S. Open that year.
    Won the Italian Open junior title and runner-up at the European Junior
    Championships in 1981.
    The Yugoslavian National Champion in seven different age categories (12s
    13s, 14s, 15s, 16s, 18s, and 21s).
    Known as "Bobo" on the NGP tour and one of the most intriguing figures
    at 6-foot-6, 220 pounds.
    Earned a career-high $319,029 in 1986. Compiled a 27-18 match record
    and finished No. 31 on the ATP computer in 1988, his fourth straight top 50
    finish. Slipped to No. 71 in 1989, his lowest since 1984 when he was 115.
    Surpassed the $1 million mark in career prize money in April 1989 at
    Monte Carlo.
    Coached by Gunther Bresnik.


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