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Terry Rocavert

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Country (sports)  Australia
Career record  37-62
French Open  2R (1978, 1980)
Role  Tennis Player
Handed  Right-handed
Plays  Right-handed
Career titles  0
Name  Terry Rocavert
Height  1.80 m
Highest ranking  115
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Born  21 October 1955 (age 60) Balmain, New South Wales (1955-10-21)
Australian Open  1R (1977, 1978, 1979, 1980)

Terry Rocavert (born 21 October 1955) is a former professional tennis player from Australia.


Playing career

Rocavert is often remembered for his second round match against John McEnroe in the 1980 Wimbledon Championships. After defeating veteran Roger Taylor in the opening round, Rocavert faced the American and took a two sets to one lead. In the fourth set tiebreak, Rocavert went up a mini-break when McEnroe double faulted and recalled that he "started thinking of the consequences of winning, what they might ask me at the press conference". He lost the tiebreak and then the fifth set, 3-6.

He was a semi-finalist in the men's doubles at the 1979 Australian Open, with partner John James.

Rocavert was runner-up to Bob Lutz at the 1980 Columbus Open. En route to the final he defeated Ilie Nastase. He also made the semi-finals in Hobart that year.


From 1980 to 1989, Rocavert was the New South Wales state coach. He now coaches in Birchgrove.


He is the son of Don Rocavert, who competed at the Australian Championships in 1947 and 1951.


Terry Rocavert Wikipedia

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