Thomas Hogstedt
Thomas Hogstedt
Thomas Hogstedt
Thomas Hogstedt
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Stockholm, Sweden Single
    Singles title:
    1983--(1) Ferrara
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1990- Quarterfinalist at Rotterdam.
    1989- Quarterfinalist at Rio de Janeiro, Sydney Indoor.
    1988- Runner-up at Thessaloniki Ch.; Semifinalist at Schnectady, Brest Ch.;
    Quarterfinalist at Cascais Ch.;Fourth at French Satellite #2(w/21 ATP pts.)
    1987- Semifinalist at Schenectady.
    1986- Winner at Thessaloniki Ch.; Semifinalist at Travemunde Ch.
    1984- Semifinalist at Brussels; Quarterfinalist at San Francisco.
    1983- Quarterfinalist at Milan.
    1982- Semifinalist at Bastad, Basle; Quarterfinalist at Tunis Ch.
    1981- Quarterfinalist at Athens Ch.
    Captured the 1981 U.S. Open Junior singles title and turned pro shortly
    Has career victories over Mats Wilander ('82 Cincinnati), Andres Gomez
    ('82 Basle) and Stefan Edberg ('82 Stockholm). His lone Grand Prix singles
    title came at Ferrara, Italy in 1983, defeating Butch Walts in the final.
    He received instruction and encouragement from his father, Lennart. That
    was a significant factor in his development as his birthplace, Malmo, had but
    one indoor tennis facility with the outdoor courts playable only four months.
    Earned a career-high $55,886 in 1983 and finished No. 63 on the ATP
    computer rankings, a career year-end best. He also broke into the top 50
    that year.
    Earned $53,429 and ranked No. 133 on the ATP computer, his best finish
    since 1986 (at No. 124).


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