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Peter Doohan

Peter Doohan d 2 May 1961 - ö21 July 2017, Australian former champion tennis player
Once in his career in singles 1984, Adelaide and five-time doubles champions
In August 1987 he reached 43 places in the world ranking and ATP championship title
defeated Boris Becker in the second round of Wimbledon in 1987 and received the nickname "Becker Wrecker" in his home country Australia [1] [2] [3]
Doohan Arkansas in 1982 where he won the NCAA doubles title He ended his active tennis life in the mid-1990s and died at the age of 56 from motor neuron disease, which he caught on July 21, 2017, when he coached the high school tennis team at the Donoho High School in Anniston, Alabama. > [4]
Bibliography
^ "Becker Is Upset at Wimbledon by New York Times" June 27, 1987 Accessed by: 17 May 2011
^ Warren, Dan June 23, 2003 "BBC SPORT, Tennis, Wimbledon 2003, Wimbledon's greatest shocks" Archived from BBC News on March 6, 2016 Accessed on: 17 May 2011
^ You can quote me on that : greatest - Google Books Google Books Date of access: 17 May 2011
^ "Becker wrecker ': Peter Doohan dies at age 56" The Sydney Morning Herald 23 July 2017 Archived from 19 August 2017
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