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Glenn Layendecker

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Country (sports)  United States
Weight  79 kg
Prize money  $647,475
Name  Glenn Layendecker
Turned pro  1983

Career record  118–128
Role  Tennis Player
Education  Yale University
Career titles  0
Height  1.85 m
Retired  1992
Born  May 9, 1961 (age 54) Stanford, California (1961-05-09)
Plays  Left-handed (two-handed backhand)
Residence  Lake Oswego, Oregon, United States

Highest ranking  No. 48 (May 3, 1990)

Glenn Layendecker (born May 9, 1961) is a former professional tennis player from the United States. His highest singles ranking was World No. 48 in 1990. His highest doubles ranking was World No. 32. Layendecker's career wins included Andre Agassi, Michael Chang, Yannick Noah, Aaron Krickstein, Anders Järryd, and Brad Gilbert in singles matches. He also beaned John McEnroe in the temple with an approach shot at the US Open.

Layendecker graduated from Yale University in 1983.

He was the tennis coach of the Oregon Episcopal School Aardvarks. Under his coaching, the team garnered four consecutive state titles.


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