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Saeed Meer

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Country (sports)  Pakistan
Career record  1–7
Turned pro  1973
Height  N/A
Career titles  0
Residence  Pakistan

Plays  Right-handed
Name  Saeed Meer
Handed  Right-handed
Prize money  N/A
Role  Tennis player
Highest ranking  235
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Born  25 November 1947 (age 68) Meerut, India (1947-11-25)

Saeed Meer, (born 25 November 1947, in Meerut), the former Pakistan No. 2 tennis player, had a successful Davis Cup career, with a 26–14 win–loss record.

In 1973, he made it to the second round at Newport, United Kingdom he also went on to play at Seattle and Fort Worth in the United States. The following year, he played at Louisville, US. In 1976, Saeed Meer played at Tehran. His final ATP tournament was at Perth, Australia, in 1980, being knocked out in the first round.

Grand slams

In 1974, he made it to the second round of the Wimbledon singles. Meer, also twice made it to the first round doubles of the US Open, once at the Australian Open, the French Open and Wimbledon. In the mixed doubles, he made it to the second round of the US Open and second round of Wimbledon.

He currently coaches at the Beach View Club, Sea View in Karachi, Pakistan.

References

Saeed Meer Wikipedia


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