Wayne Ferreira
Wayne Ferreira
Wayne Ferreira
Wayne Ferreira
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  • Full name is Wayne Richard Ferreira...In 1992 Barcelona Olympics, he became first South African to win an Olympic medal (men's doubles silver) in 32 years...Played in 1996 Atlanta Olympics and reached QF in singles and doubles (w/E. Ferreira)...Ranked as No. 1 doubles junior in world in 1989, capturing US Open juniors doubles crown (w/Stafford) and finishing No. 6 in singles...Father is a chartered accountant and mother is a bookkeeper...Has a 39-14 overall Davis Cup record in 22 ties since 1992, including 28-10 in singles...Wife, Liesl, is American; son, Marcus William... Couple lives in Berkeley, California... Wayne serves as volunteer assistant tennis coach at University of California-Berkeley... In 2000, launched Wayne Ferreira Trust Fund to help cover travel costs for young South African players...Enjoys golf and one of best players with four handicap...Participated in Nelson Mandela Tribute tournament in Cape Town, South Africa in December 1997...A member of ATP Player Council for 2001-2002...Coached by countryman David Nainkin.


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