Amos Mansdorf

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Amos Mansdorf Tennis player
Amos Mansdorf
Nation: IsraelIsrael Israel
Birthday: October 20, 1965
Size: 175 cm
Weight: 73 kg
1st professional season: 1983
Resignation: 1994
Playing hand: Right
Trainer: Dean Goldfine
Prize money: $ 2,412,691
Career record: 304: 231
Career title: 6th
Highest ranking: 18 (November 16 1987)
Grand Slam record
Career record: 46:84
Highest ranking: 67 (May 19 1986)
Grand Slam record
Sources: official player profiles at the ATP / WTA and ITF (see web links )

Amos Mansdorf (born October 20, 1965 in Tel Aviv ) is a former Israeli tennis player .


Mansdorf grew up in Ramat Hasharon . In 1983 he became a professional tennis player, but had to do his military service at the same time. At the 1984 Summer Olympics , he took part in the demonstration tournaments for players under the age of 21, but in which no medals were awarded. After completing his military service, he was able to win his first tournament on the ATP World Tour in Johannesburg . The following year he won his home tournament in Tel Aviv , defeating Jimmy Connors in the semifinals and Brad Gilbert in the final . He had previously been in the final there in 1985. In 1990, 1993 and 1994 he reached the final of the tournament again, but could not win it again. In total, he won six tournaments on the ATP World Tour, including the Paris Masters and the Heineken Open .

He reached his highest ranking in the tennis world rankings in 1987 with position 18 in singles and 1986 with position 67 in doubles. His best individual result in Grand Slam tournaments was the quarter-finals of the Australian Open in 1992. In the doubles competition, he was able to reach the second round of the Australian Open and the French Open .

Mansdorf played 35 singles and 12 doubles games for the Israeli Davis Cup team between 1984 and 1994 . In 1987 he was with Israel in the quarterfinals of the Davis Cup, but lost in both individual encounters in the 4-0 defeat. At the Summer Olympics in 1988 he competed for Israel and was eliminated in the third round against the later silver medalist Tim Mayotte .

Mansdorf ended his professional career in 1994 because he could no longer call up his performance due to the chronic fatigue syndrome . Between 2000 and 2004 he was the team principal of the Israeli Davis Cup team.

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