Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge became the world's top doubles combination for many years, much of which spanned the 1990's. In addition, they won with other doubles partners and won mixed doubles titles as well.
Woodforde won a total of 17 Grand Slam doubles titles. Woodbridge won 22 Grand Slam doubles titles.
Pat Rafter was the only Australian male to win a Grand Slam title during the 1990's: He won 2 US Open's and twice Runner-up at Wimbledon, and reached World No 1 status for a time.
Mark Philippoussis also had a solid career over much of the 1990's, making finals in world Majors over that same period. In fact, one US Open Final was actually played out by the two latter Australian players.
Roy Emerson, Rod Laver, William Bowrey, Ken Rosewall, John Newcombe, and Mark Edmondson.
Rod Laver, Lew Hoad, Roy Emerson, Ken Rosewall, Neale Fraser, Frank Sedgman
Yes there are lots of Australian Tennis Players.
Born on November 7, 1976, Mark Philippoussis is famous for being a good tennis player. He is a former Australian tennis player and turned professional in 1994.
Over the years, most of the commentators of telecast tennis have been former players. Over more recent years, some of the prime former Australian tennis players commentating have been: Fred Stolle, Allan Stone, John Alexander, John Newcombe, Todd Woodbridge, Mark Woodforde, Alicia Molik, Sam Stosur, John Fitzgerald, etc.
No, tennis players have to qualify themselves to play the Australian Open.
the only active, well-known left-handed Australian tennis player is Chris Guccione.
John McEnroe was a former tennis player who won a multitude of tournaments and over 77 single matches. He is still considered one of the greatest tennis players every by many in the sport.
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