Mark Cox


Mark Cox
Mark Cox
Pays Drapeau : Royaume-Uni Royaume-Uni
Naissance 5 juillet 1943 (1943-07-05) (68 ans)
Drapeau : Royaume-Uni Leicester
Taille / poids 185 cm / 
Prise de raquette gaucher[1]
Palmarès
En simple
Titres 8
Finales perdues 8
Meilleur classement 14e (02/07/1977)
En double
Titres 3
Finales perdues 9
Meilleurs résultats en Grand Chelem
Aust. R.-G. Wim. US
Simple 1/4 1/16 1/8 1/4
Double 1/4 1/8 1/2 1/8
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Mark Cox est un joueur de tennis britannique, né le 5 juillet 1943 à Leicester.

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Biographie

Lors du tournoi de Championnat de Bournemouth en mai 1968 qui fût le premier tournoi Open, en préparation à Roland Garros un mois plus tard, il créa la surprise en battant deux joueurs professionnels Roy Emerson et Pancho Gonzales qu'on pensait plus fort que les amateurs[2].

Il fait partie de l'équipe de Grande-Bretagne lors de la finale de la Coupe Davis 1978

Cox a ensuite était entraineur et commentateur pour la BBC.Il dirige le "CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young)" sur les risques cardiaques chez les jeunes.

Palmarès

En simple

Titres (8)

  • 1972 : Cleveland WCT
  • 1973 : Denver WCT, Eastbourne
  • 1975 : Atlanta WCT, Londres WCT, Washington Indoor WCT
  • 1976 : Stockholm
  • 1977 : Helsinki

Finales perdues (8)

  • 1969 : Louisville WCT
  • 1972 : Louisville WCT
  • 1973 : Londres WCT
  • 1974 : Bologne WCT, Londers WCT
  • 1977 : Masters de Cincinnati, Queen's
  • 1980 : Stuttgart

Demi-finales perdues

  • 1977 : Tournoi de Paris
  • 1978 : Tournoi de Paris

En double

Titres (3)

  • 1973 : Londres, Cologne WCT
  • 1977 : Bâle

Finales perdues (9)

  • 1973 : Copenhague WCT
  • 1974 : Denver WCT
  • 1975 : Atlanta WCT, Dallas WCT, Memphis, San Antonio WCT, World Doubles WCT
  • 1976 : Washington WCT
  • 1977 : Londres WCT

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