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Jeff Austin (tennis)

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Country (sports)
  
United States

Wimbledon
  
3R (1973)

Siblings
  
Tracy Austin

Career titles
  
1

Spouse
  
Denise Austin (m. 1983)


Career record
  
51-73

Role
  
Tennis

Plays
  
Right-handed

Name
  
Jeff Austin

Nephews
  
Sean, Dylan, Brandon

Jeff Austin (tennis) Jeff Austin (tennis)

Born
  
July 5, 1951 (age 72) Boston, Massachusetts (
1951-07-05
)

Highest ranking
  
No. 52 (October 15, 1973)

Residence
  
Rolling Hills, California, United States

Children
  
Katie Austin, Kelly Austin

Similar People
  
Denise Austin, Tracy Austin, John Austin, Bill Duffy, Rob Pelinka

Jeff Austin (born July 5, 1951) is a former professional tennis player from the United States.

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Tennis career

Austin, an All-American on four occasions, played tennis for the UCLA Bruins and was a member of their 1970 and 1971 NCAA Championship winning teams.

He made the third round at the 1973 Wimbledon Championships, where he lost to Szabolcs Baranyi, despite winning the first two sets.

In 1973 he won both the singles and doubles titles at the Aptos Open.

In 1974, Austin, along with his sister Pam, was a member of the World Team Tennis champion Denver Racquets.

Personal life

Jeff Austin (tennis) Jeff Austin (tennis)

Austin's sister is two-time US Open champion Tracy Austin and he is also the brother of Doug, John and Pam Austin, all tennis players.

He is married to fitness instructor Denise Austin.

Career after tennis

Austin now works as a sports agent. He is head of the basketball division at the Octagon.

References

Jeff Austin (tennis) Wikipedia


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