Laszlo Markovits
Laszlo Markovits
Laszlo Markovits
Laszlo Markovits
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  • Residence: Budapest, Hungary Single
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1996- Fifth in doubles at Spain #5 Sat. (w/Baguena, 26 pts.).
    1995- Doubles Winner at Medellin Ch. (w/W. Black), Aachen Ch. (w/Ekerot);
    Doubles R-up at Umag (w/Ekerot), Budapest Ch. (w/Koves); Doubles SF at
    Asuncion Ch. (w/W. Black), Lillehammer Ch., Graz Ch. (w/Ekerot).
    1994- Doubles R-up at Budapest-1 Ch., Braunschweig Ch. (w/Koves); Doubles SF
    at Neu Ulm Ch., San Marino (w/Koves).
    1993- Doubles R-up at Hungarian Sat. (w/Koves, 34 pts.); Seventh in doubles
    at Italy #4 Sat. (w/Markovits, 38 pts.); Doubles SF at Rogaska Ch.(w/Koves)
    1989- Fifth in doubles at Hungarian Sat. (w/Markovits, 11 pts.).
    1988- Doubles R-up at Hungarian Sat. (w/Markovits, 14 pts.), Rumikon Ch. (w/
    Began playing tennis at age seven.
    Played collegiately at the University of Calif.-Santa Barbara for four
    years from 1990-93 and qualified for the NCAA Tournament three times. Earned
    a bachelor's degree in political science in 1994.
    Turned pro in 1995.
    Considers backhand as best shot and clay as favorite surface.
    A member of the Hungarian Davis Cup team since 1987 and played in two
    Olympic Games ('88 & '92). In 1988, lost to eventual doubles gold medalists
    Flach-Seguso in the second round.
    Reached his first career ATP Tour final in August 1995 in Umag (w/Ekerot
    losing to Lobo-J. Sanchez.


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