Greg Holmes
Greg Holmes
Greg Holmes
Greg Holmes
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  • Residence: Salt Lake City, Utah Single
    Doubles title:
    1987--(1) Livingston, NJ (w/Donnelly)
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1989- Doubles Semifinalist at Raleigh Ch. (w/Flur); Third Round at Wimbledon.
    1988- Semifinalist at Seoul; Double Winner at Capetown Ch. (w/Anger).
    1987- Quarterfinalist at Memphis; Doubles Semifinalist at Memphis (w/Anger).
    1986- Quarterfinalist at Fort Myers, Livingston; Doubles Runner-up at Living-
    ston (w/Giammalva), Japan Open (w/Arias).
    1985- Semifinalist at LaQuinta; Quarterfinalist at Memphis, Japan Open; RD 16
    at U.S. Open; Doubles Runner-up at Japan Open (w/Giammalva).
    1984- Semifinalist at Honolulu; Quarterfinalist at WCT/Richmond, Cleveland;
    RD 16 at U.S. Open.
    1983- Round of 16 at U.S. Open (amateur).
    The 1983 NCAA singles champion at the University of Utah and an All-
    America that year.
    Member of the 1983 USTA Junior Davis Cup team and won a singles gold
    medal at the Pan American Games.
    Came on to the scene at the '83 U.S. Open, defeating Guillermo Vilas en
    route to the Round of 16. Next year at the U.S. Open beat Aaron Krickstein
    to reach RD 16 again. He turned pro two weeks after the '83 U.S. Open.
    Hits groundstrokes with two hands on both sides.
    Started playing at age four in a tennis family: sister Kathy and brother
    and brothers, Jeff and Steve.
    Earned a career-high $103,499 in 1985 and finished No. 27 on the ATP
    computer rankings.
    Played the longest match at Wimbledon in 1989, defeating Todd Witsken in
    a second round match that lasted 5 hours, 28 minutes (over three days).
    Dropped to 347 on the ATP computer rankings in 1989.


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