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Andrew Burrow

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Country (sports)  South Africa
Career titles  0
Career record  3–8
Role  Tennis Player

Plays  Right-handed
Name  Andrew Burrow
Height  5'10" (178 cm)
Handed  Right-handed
Andrew Burrow Andrew Burrow University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame UM Sports
Born  17 June 1963 (age 52) George, South Africa (1963-06-17)

Residence  Oudtshoorn, South Africa
Highest ranking  No. 276 (12 June 1989)

Andrew burrow university of miami sports hall of fame

Andrew Burrow (born 17 June 1963) is a former professional tennis player from South Africa.


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Burrow attended the University of Miami for four years, during which time he competed in the NCAA Championships. He was the Division I singles champion in 1987. This earned him a wildcard entry into the 1987 US Open, where he met Ronald Agenor in the opening round. Agenor beat Burrow in four sets. Also that year, he and Richey Reneberg were doubles quarter-finalists at the U.S. Pro Tennis Championships in Boston.

In the 1988 US Open, which he had to qualify for, Burrow defeated West German Udo Riglewski in the first round. He lost his second round match in four sets to Marcelo Ingaramo of Argentina.


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