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Country (sports)  United States
Height  1.78 m
Retired  1986
Role  Tennis player
Education  Stanford University
Name  Sandy Mayer
Turned pro  1972
Prize money  $1,057,783
Weight  70 kg


Full name  Alexander "Sandy" Mayer
Residence  Portola Valley, California, USA
Born  April 5, 1952 (age 63) Flushing, Queens, USA (1952-04-05)
Plays  Right-handed (1-handed backhand)
Career record  359-194 (Grand Slam, ATP Tour level, and Davis Cup)
Similar People  Gene Mayer, Vitas Gerulaitis, Brian Gottfried, Roscoe Tanner, Marty Riessen

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Alexander "Sandy" Mayer (born April 5, 1952) is a former tennis player from the United States, who won ten titles in singles and twenty-four titles in doubles during his professional career. He was part of the winning tennis squad at Stanford University in 1973.

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Career

Mayer was born in Flushing, New York. Of the winning 1973 Stanford tennis team, he, Roscoe Tanner and Pat Du Pré were all brothers in the Zeta Psi fraternity. The right-hander Mayer reached his highest singles ATP-ranking on April 26, 1982, when he became World No. 7.

Sandy's younger brother Gene was also a world tour tennis player and reached a career high of World No. 4 in 1980.

Sandy has four sons and a daughter. All children have been previously ranked in the United States Tennis Association Junior Tennis League (Northern California Section). His wife's name is Libby Mayer and she works as a teacher at a private school.

Mayer as of a few years ago resided in Portola Valley, California.

Singles finals (21)

11 titles - 10 runners-up

Doubles finals (40)

24 titles - 16 runners-up

References

Sandy Mayer Wikipedia


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