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James Auckland

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Country (sports)  Great Britain
Career titles  0
Retired  2009
Prize money  $260,610
Turned pro  1999

Plays  Right-handed
Role  Tennis Player
Residence  London, England
Name  James Auckland
Handed  Right-handed
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Born  1 April 1980 (age 35) Norwich, England (1980-04-01)
Career record  2–1 (ATP Tour and Grand Slam-level, and in Davis Cup)

Wilson Tennis On Tour with British player James Auckland

James Auckland (born 1 April 1980) is a professional British tennis player. His highest ATP singles ranking is 282nd, which he reached on 6 February 2006. His career high in doubles was at 57 set at 9 April 2007.

Auckland was given a wildcard into the main draw of the men's singles at 2002 Wimbledon, but was forced to withdraw due to injury. His place was taken by lucky loser, Denis Golovanov.

Auckland played for the Kansas City Explorers of World TeamTennis during the 2008 season and for the Boston Lobsters in 2009.

In April 2013, James joined tennis coaching and management company Premier Tennis as Director of Tennis, where he designs and oversees a variety of coaching programmes and takes responsibility for coach development and training.


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