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Edward Corrie (tennis)

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Full name  Edward Martin Corrie
Career titles  0
Country (sports)  Great Britain
Name  Edward Corrie

Prize money  $114,172
Role  Tennis Player
Career record  0–1
Turned pro  2005
Edward Corrie (tennis) Ed Corrie battles past James Marsalek to reach Shrewsbury
Born  21 February 1988 (age 27) Hatfield, England (1988-02-21)
Highest ranking  No. 215 (13 October 2014)

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Edward Martin Corrie (born 21 February 1988) is a British tennis player.


Edward Corrie (tennis) Nielsen beats Corrie in Aegon GB ProSeries final in

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Corrie made his debut on the ITF Men's Circuit in 2005, and since then has won 27 Futures tournaments: seven in singles and twenty in doubles. He has also won two ATP Challenger doubles tournaments.

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He was primarily a doubles player until achieving success in singles in 2013, earning him a wildcard to the main draw of the 2013 Queen's Club Championships, losing his first round match 4–6, 6–7(1) to Sergiy Stakhovsky, ranked 116th.


Edward Corrie (tennis) Wikipedia

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