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1983 Grand Prix (tennis)

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Edition  14th
Most tournament titles  Mats Wilander (9)
Tournaments  70
Most tournament finals  Mats Wilander (11)
1983 Grand Prix (tennis)
Duration  10 January 1983 – 10 January 1984
Categories  Grand Slam (4) Grand Prix Series (65) * Super Series * Regular Series Team Events (1)

The 1983 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).

Contents

Schedule

The table below shows the 1983 Volvo Grand Prix schedule (a precursor to the ATP Tour).

List of tournament winners

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

  • John Alexander (1) Auckland
  • Roberto Argüello (1) Venice
  • Pablo Arraya (1) Bordeaux
  • Jimmy Arias (4) Florence, Rome, Indianapolis, Palermo
  • Mike Bauer (1) Adelaide
  • Pat Cash (2) Brisbane, Melbourne
  • José Luis Clerc (4) Guarujá, Boston, Washington, D.C., North Conway
  • Jimmy Connors (4) Memphis, Las Vegas, Queen's Club, US Open
  • Marty Davis (1) Cleveland
  • Scott Davis (1) Maui
  • Brad Drewett (1) South Orange
  • Matt Doyle (1) Cologne
  • John Fitzgerald (2) Newport, Stowe
  • Vitas Gerulaitis (1) Basel
  • Sammy Giammalva (1) Monterrey
  • Andrés Gómez (1) Dallas
  • Brian Gottfried (1) Vienna
  • Heinz Günthardt (1) Toulouse
  • José Higueras (3) La Quinta, Bournemouth, Stuttgart Outdoor
  • Thomas Högstedt (1) Ferrara
  • Aaron Krickstein (1) Tel Aviv
  • Johan Kriek (3) Tampa, Bristol, Johannesburg
  • Ivan Lendl (8) Masters, Detroit WCT, Milan, Houston WCT, Hilton Head WCT, Montreal, San Francisco, Tokyo Indoor
  • Wally Masur (1) Hong Kong
  • Gene Mayer (2) Rotterdam, Los Angeles
  • Sandy Mayer (1) Gstaad
  • John McEnroe (6) Philadelphia, Dallas WCT, Wimbledon, Forest Hills WCT, Sydney Indoor, Wembley
  • Peter McNamara (1) Brussels
  • Yannick Noah (3) Madrid, Hamburg, French Open
  • Joakim Nyström (1) Sydney Outdoor
  • Nduka Odizor (1) Taiwan
  • Víctor Pecci (1) Viña del Mar
  • Raúl Ramírez (1) Caracas
  • Pedro Rebolledo (1) Bahia
  • Nick Saviano (1) Nancy
  • Tomáš Šmíd (2) Munich, Hilversum
  • Henrik Sundström (1) Nice
  • Brian Teacher (2) Munich WCT, Columbus
  • Eliot Teltscher (1) Tokyo Outdoor
  • Guillermo Vilas (3) Richmond WCT, Delray Beach WCT, Kitzbüjel
  • Mats Wilander (9) Monte Carlo, Lisbon, Aix-en-Provence, Båstad, Cincinnati, Geneva, Barcelona, Stockholm, Australian Open
  • The following players won their first title in 1983:

  • Roberto Argüello Venice
  • Pablo Arraya Bordeaux
  • Pat Cash Brisbane
  • Marty Davis Cleveland
  • Scott Davis Maui
  • Matt Doyle Cologne
  • Thomas Högstedt Ferrara
  • Aaron Krickstein Tel Aviv
  • Wally Masur Hong Kong
  • Joakim Nyström Sydney Outdoor
  • Nduka Odizor Taiwan
  • Nick Saviano Nancy
  • Henrik Sundström Nice
  • References

    1983 Grand Prix (tennis) Wikipedia


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