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Darren Cahill

Darren Cahill

Darren Cahill is one of the great legends in the world of international tennis. Born on October 2, 1965 in Adelaide, Australia as the son of famous Australian football player and coach John Cahill, Darren started playing professional tennis in 1984, at the age of nineteen.

Cahill's first success as a professional was in 1985, winning his first tour doubles title at Melbourne; and later in 1988 in Gstaad, he won his first top-level singles title. The same year Cahill eliminated Boris Becker at the US Open and reached the semi-finals. Cahill's performance at this Grand Slam event is widely considered to be his best ever... Click here to meet Darren Cahill

 

Brad Gilbert

Brad Gilbert

Brad Gilbert won a total of twenty top-level singles titles during his career, and defeated some of the great names of tennis, such as Pete Sampras, Stefan Edberg, Boris Becker and Michael Chang. His career-high singles ranking was as World no. 4, in 1990.

Gilbert's most successful year as a professional tennis player was 1989, when he won five singles titles. He won a bronze medal in the men's tennis singles at the Olympic Games in Seoul in 1988 ... Click here to meet Brad Gilbert

 

Roger Rasheed

Roger Rasheed

At the age of fifteen, he went to Newks Tennis Ranch where he trained with John Newcombe, who made him the Number One Australian junior tennis player at the age of sixteen. The same year, in 1989, he qualified for the Australian Open as the youngest player ever, only to be eclipsed by his former pupil Lleyton Hewitt.

Rasheed started coaching on the ATP Tour in 2002, with Australia's great Lleyton Hewitt. They worked together until 2007. From 2008 to 2011 Rasheed coached French acrobat Gael Monfils to a career high no. 7. He is a highly respected international tennis coach...Click here to meet Roger Rasheed

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