Glenn Layendecker
Glenn Layendecker
Glenn Layendecker
Glenn Layendecker
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  • Residence: Boston, Massachusetts Single
    Doubles title: 1992--(1) Stuttgart (w/Talbot)
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1989- Semifinalist at Newport; Quarterfinalist at Stratton Mt., Vienna,
    Frankfurt; Doubles Runner-up at Adelaide (w/Kratzmann); Doubles Semifinal-
    ist at Key Biscayne, Newport (w/Giammalva), Orlando (w/Witsken); Doubles QF
    at Montreal (w/Giammalva), U.S. Open (w/Reneberg).
    1988- Runner-up at Scottsdale (l. Pernfors); Winner at Seattle Ch.; Quarter-
    finalist at Aptos Ch.; Doubles Winner at Nagoya Ch. (w/Letts).
    1987- Doubles Runner-up at San Francisco (w/Witsken); Doubles Semifinalist at
    Scottsdale (w/Letts); Doubles Quarterfinalist 5 Times; Doubles Winner at
    New Haven Ch. (w/Michibata), Las Vegas Ch. (w/Dowlen).
    1986- Semifinalist at Sydney Indoor; Quarterfinalist at Toronto, Newport,
    1985- Runner-up at Bristol (l. M. Davis); Semifinalist at Brisbane; Quarter-
    finalist at Auckland, Berkeley Ch.; Doubles Runner-up at Toronto Indoor (w/
    1984- Winner at Nagoya Ch.; Doubles Semifinalist at Melbourne (w/Nixon),
    Adelaide (w/Saltz).
    Graduated from Yale University with a degree in economics in 1983 after
    earning all-Ivy League honors in 1981-82-83. He turned pro after graduation.
    Likes all water sports and spending time on the beach.
    Broke a three-year Grand Prix final drought by qualifying at Scottsdale
    in October 1988 and finishing runner-up to Mikael Pernfors. Jumped from 370
    to No. 70 on the ATP computer.
    Coached by Bill Drake (who also works with Tim Mayotte).
    Underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in December 1986 to repair ligament
    damage. He has been wearing a knee brace since returning in January 1987.
    Compiled a 17-18 match record and ranked No. 87 on the ATP computer in
    1989, his third top 100 finish in four years (No. 73 in '86, 78 in '88). He
    earned a career-high $101,564 in 1989.
    Captured his first career tour doubles title in Stuttgart on July 19,
    1992 (w/Talbot), defeating No. 3 seeds Rosset-J. Sanchez. Also upset top-
    seeded Nijssen-Suk in the quarterfinals.


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