Alexander Mronz

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Alexander Mronz Tennis player
Nation: GermanyGermany Germany
Birthday: April 7, 1965
Size: 188 cm
Weight: 78 kg
1st professional season: 1987
Resignation: 1996
Playing hand: Right
Trainer: Nial McAffer
Prize money: $ 830,234
Career record: 61: 105
Highest ranking: 73 (April 8 1991)
Grand Slam record
Career record: 49:81
Career title: 1
Highest ranking: 74 (October 3 1994)
Grand Slam record
Sources: official player profiles at the ATP / WTA and ITF (see web links )

Alexander Mronz (born April 7, 1965 in Cologne ) is a former German tennis player . He has been managing director at ASV Cologne since December 2016


Mronz 'highest ranking on the tennis world rankings was in singles place 73 in 1991. In singles he won no tournament, in doubles, however, he managed a tournament victory. He had his greatest single success in 1995 at a Grand Slam tournament at Wimbledon. His third-round opponent, the American Jeff Tarango , lost his composure after the French referee Bruno Rebeuh had deducted points , accused Rebeuh of corruption and left the pitch. The match was canceled and Mronz declared the winner. This entry into the round of 16 at Wimbledon was the furthest advance by Mronz as a single player in a Grand Slam tournament.

In November 1996, Mronz ended his career.

Private life

After his tennis career, Alexander Mronz u. a. as managing director of Alemannia Aachen , Lechia Gdańsk and from December 2016 at ASV Cologne . He is a son of the Cologne architect Johannes Mronz and the gallery owner Ute Mronz. He became known worldwide in 1989 mainly for being the first friend that Steffi Graf presented in public. Alexander Mronz is the father of two daughters. His brother Michael is a sports manager and was the husband of the late politician Guido Westerwelle .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Alexander Mronz new managing director of ASV Köln ; accessed on September 18, 2019
  2. ^ "Wochenschau", Sport-Bild from November 13, 1996, p. 53.