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1982 Grand Prix (tennis)

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Edition  13th
Most tournament titles  Ivan Lendl (14)
Tournaments  70
Most tournament finals  Ivan Lendl (19)
1982 Grand Prix (tennis)
Duration  January 4, 1982 – January 17, 1983
Categories  Grand Slam (4) Grand Prix Series (65) Team Events (1)

The 1982 Volvo Grand Prix was a professional tennis circuit held that year. It incorporated the four grand slam tournaments, the Grand Prix tournaments. The circuit was administered by the Men's International Professional Tennis Council (MIPTC). On 30 April 1981 World Championship Tennis (WCT) announced its withdrawal from the Grand Prix circuit, which it had been incorporated into since 1978, and the re-establishment of its own tour calendar for the 1982 season. To counter the threat of player leaving the Grand Prix tour for the WCT the MIPTC introduced a mandatory commitment to play at least 10 Grand Prix Super Series tournaments.

Contents

Schedule

The table below shows the 1982 Volvo Grand Prix schedule (a precursor to the ATP Tour).

List of tournament winners

The list of winners and number of singles titles won, alphabetically by last name:

  • John Alexander (2) Bristol, Sydney Outdoor
  • Jimmy Arias (1) Tokyo Outdoor
  • Mike Bauer (2) Bangkok, Adelaide
  • Pat Cash (1) Melbourne
  • José Luis Clerc (5) Richmond WCT, Venice, Gstaad, Zell am See, São Paulo
  • Jimmy Connors (7) Monterrey, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Queen's Club, Wimbledon, Columbus, US Open
  • Kevin Curren (1) Cologne
  • Brad Drewett (1) Cairo
  • Pat Du Pré (1) Hong Kong
  • Wojciech Fibak (3) Amsterdam WCT, Bercy, Chicago-2 WCT
  • Jaime Fillol (2) Bahia, Itaparica
  • John Fitzgerald (1) Maui
  • Rod Frawley (1) Adelaide-2
  • Vitas Gerulaitis (5) Brussels, Florence, Toronto, Melbourne Indoor, Johannesburg
  • Brad Gilbert (1) Taiwan
  • Hans Gildemeister (1) Bordeaux
  • Andrés Gómez (2) Rome, Quito
  • Brian Gottfried (2) Tampa, Vienna
  • José Higueras (2) Hamburg, Indianapolis
  • Erick Iskersky (1) Metz
  • Anders Järryd (2) Linz, Ancona
  • Johan Kriek (3) Memphis, La Costa WCT, Australian Open
  • Ramesh Krishnan (1) Stuttgart Outdoor
  • Jay Lapidus (1) Stowe
  • Henri Leconte (1) Stockholm
  • Ivan Lendl (14) Delray Beach WCT, Genova WCT, Munich-2 WCT, Strasbourg WCT, Frankfurt, Houston, Dallas WCT, Forest Hills WCT, Washington, D.C., North Conway, Cincinnati, Los Angeles-2 WCT, Naples Finals WCT, Hartford
  • Mario Martínez (1) Palermo
  • Gene Mayer (1) Munich
  • Sandy Mayer (1) Cleveland
  • John McEnroe (5) Philadelphia, San Francisco, Sydney Indoor, Tokyo Indoor, Wembley
  • Paul McNamee (1) Baltimore WCT
  • Yannick Noah (3) La Quinta, South Orange, Toulouse
  • Manuel Orantes (2) Bournemouth, Basel
  • Hank Pfister (1) Newport
  • Raúl Ramírez (1) Caracas
  • Pedro Rebolledo (1) Viña del Mar
  • John Sadri (1) Denver
  • Bill Scanlon (1) Zurich WCT
  • Tomáš Šmíd (2) Mexico City WCT, Cap d'Adge WCT
  • Balázs Taróczy (2) Nice, Hilversum
  • Brian Teacher (1) Dortmund
  • Guillermo Vilas (7) Buenos Aires, Rotterdam, Milan, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Boston, Kitzbühel
  • Mats Wilander (3) French Open, Geneva, Barcelona
  • Tim Wilkison (1) Auckland
  • Van Winitsky (2) Guarujá, Hilton Head WCT
  • The following players won their first title in 1982:

  • Jimmy Arias Tokyo Outdoor
  • Mike Bauer Bangkok
  • Pat Cash Melbourne
  • Pat Du Pré Hong Kong
  • Rod Frawley Adelaide-2
  • Brad Gilbert Taiwan
  • Erick Iskersky Metz
  • Anders Järryd Linz
  • Jay Lapidus Stowe
  • Henri Leconte Stockholm
  • Mats Wilander French Open
  • References

    1982 Grand Prix (tennis) Wikipedia


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