Alexander Mronz
Tennis player
Alexander Mronz
Alexander Mronz is a former tennis player from Germany, who turned professional in 1987. Mronz played right-handed, and won one doubles title in his career. Mronz reached his highest individual ranking on the ATP Tour on April 8, 1991, when he became the World Number 73. Mronz is famous for being the opponent of Jeff Tarango in a third round match at 1995 Wimbledon.
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Westerwelles kleine und große Patzer - wissen.de
Google News - over 5 years
Auch Lebenspartner Alexander Mronz ging anfangs mit auf Reisen. Einen Südamerika-Aufenthalt soll er für eigene geschäftliche Zwecke genutzt haben. Westerwelle wehrte sich gegen die Kritik. "Ich werde auch in Zukunft der deutschen Wirtschaft und
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Coppa Davis, torna Cile-Italia 35 anni dopo il trionfo (Semeraro, De Martino ... - Ubi Tennis
Google News - over 5 years
Accadde su un campo secondario mentre si affrontavano Jeff Tarango, americano sposato con la focosa francese Benedicte, e il tedesco Alexander Mronz, dimenticabile come tennista ma con un fisico bestiale che fece breccia nel cuore di Steffi Graf,
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Tarango Issues An Apology
NYTimes - about 21 years
Penalties against Jeff Tarango were reduced today after he apologized for an outburst at Wimbledon last summer. After walking off during a third-round match against Alexander Mronz on July 1, Tarango accused the French chair umpire, Bruno Rebeuh, of favoring certain players. I made some public remarks about a tennis official which I sincerely
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TENNIS; Tarango Takes a Walk, And Problems Follow
NYTimes - over 21 years
It has been nearly two months since Jeff Tarango became famous, not for winning Wimbledon but for walking away from it. During that span, he has kept playing tennis and has grudgingly postponed the addition of a second story on his house in the Los Angeles area. "A lot of things have been put on hold," Tarango said yesterday after practicing with
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SPORTS PEOPLE: TENNIS; Fines for Tarango Increase to $63,000
NYTimes - over 21 years
The cost to JEFF TARANGO for his outburst at Wimbledon has risen to $63,000. The ATP Tour fined Tarango $20,000 yesterday and suspended him for three weeks for post-match remarks that tour officials called "conduct contrary to the integrity of the game." One day earlier, the International Tennis Federation's Grand Slam Committee suspended the
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SPORTS PEOPLE: TENNIS; Suspension and More Fines for Tarango
NYTimes - over 21 years
JEFF TARANGO, an American, was suspended from two Grand Slam tournaments and fined an additional $28,256 yesterday for his outburst at Wimbledon last month. The sanctions, announced by the International Tennis Federation's Grand Slam Committee, are believed to be the toughest ever imposed against a player. The committee found Tarango guilty of
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SPORTS PEOPLE: TENNIS; Tarango Ducks Confrontation With Rosset
NYTimes - over 21 years
The hot-tempered JEFF TARANGO has withdrawn from the Swiss Open in Gstaad for fear of a confrontation with an angry MARC ROSSET, tournament officials said yesterday. At Wimbledon, Tarango had accused the French umpire BRUNO REBEUH of being "the most corrupt official in the game," and alleged that Rebeuh had shown bias to players in return for
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TV SPORTS; Networks Offer Wimbledon, Doubled
NYTimes - over 21 years
Yes, it was absolutely fabulous that NBC and HBO carried Wimbledon simultaneously from noon to 3 P.M. yesterday, but flipping between them could get you unstuck in time, endeavoring to discover what's live, almost live or taped. To their credit, the networks chose not to compete when both were on. So NBC was on tape at noon with the Pete
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TENNIS; Wimbledon Is Overtaken By a Tempest Amid the Tea
NYTimes - over 21 years
Never your average tennis Joe, he pulled down his shorts in Tokyo as a showy act of surrender while being drummed into defeat by Michael Chang. He grabbed a camera from a bystander in Portugal to take an incriminating snapshot of the imprint left by a ball that sealed a match point against him. And this afternoon he stunned Wimbledon by throwing a
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RESULTS PLUS
NYTimes - over 22 years
ASIAN GAMES Syrian Is Top Athlete Although the Chinese were expected to win the major share of women's track and field events, Sheaa Ghada of Syria earned the title of best all-round athlete by winning the seven-event heptathlon at the Asian Games yesterday in Hiroshima, Japan. China took only one of the day's four women's track events, and one of
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TENNIS; Stich Stunned by Shelton on the Court of Upsets
NYTimes - over 22 years
Michael Stich was already grouchy about being assigned to Court 2, the shady dell that gained its nickname as Wimbledon's graveyard court by playing host to upsets of a Who's Who of former champions that includes Jimmy Connors, Arthur Ashe and John McEnroe. But once his match against the pride of Huntsville, Ala., the 120th-ranked qualifier Bryan
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TENNIS; Graf Machine Revving Up In the Australian Open
NYTimes - about 23 years
Steffi Graf dropped just three games today as she led three seeded players into the women's half of the Australian Open quarterfinals. The top-seeded Graf took 55 minutes to defeat Sandrine Testud, 6-1, 6-2. The only woman in the field who has won the Australian Open before, Graf is seeking her fourth title at Melbourne. Graf has reached at least
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TENNIS; Another in Hand for Wilander
NYTimes - about 23 years
Mats Wilander, returning to the tournament he won three times in the 1980's, rallied from a two-set deficit today to defeat Alexander Mronz and reach the fourth round of the Australian Open. Wilander, 29, making a comeback after nearly two years away from tennis, outlasted Mronz, 4-6, 5-7, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3, in a center-court match that lasted 4 hours
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TENNIS; Sabatini Follows Pattern But Wins
NYTimes - about 23 years
Gabriela Sabatini, burdened by a history of late-match collapses in Grand Slam tournaments, wasted five match points today but held on to defeat Natalya Medvedeva in the second round of the Australian Open. Sabatini, who led by 5-1 in the third set before losing four straight games, struggled to a 6-1, 3-6, 7-5 victory. The fourth-seeded Argentine
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RESULTS PLUS
NYTimes - over 24 years
TENNIS Curran Advances in Washington Kevin Curren rallied to beat Alexander Mronz, 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (9-7), 6-4, yesterday in the opening round of the NationsBank Classic in Washington. Curren, a South Africa native who lives in Austin, Tex., was not broken after the opening game of the second set. Curren was down 0-30 in two games in the final set,
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RESULTS PLUS
NYTimes - over 25 years
TENNIS Mronz Upsets McEnroe John McEnroe was upset, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, by Alexander Mronz of Germany yesterday in the first round of the tournament in Birmingham, England. A wild-card entrant to the event, McEnroe was seeded second, but was overpowered in 2 hours 19 minutes at the National Indoor Arena. "He surprised me," McEnroe said. "I
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RESULTS PLUS
NYTimes - over 25 years
GOLF Massey Leads Du Maurier by a Stroke Debbie Massey missed a short par putt on the final hole yesterday, but still managed to establish a one-shot lead after 36 holes in the du Maurier Classic in Coquitlam, British Columbia. Massey stabbed a two-footer wide of the cup on 18 to finish the second round with a two-under-par 70 for a 36-hole total
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Timeline
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    TWENTIES
  • 1995
    Age 29
    Mronz is famous for being the opponent of Jeff Tarango in a third round match at 1995 Wimbledon.
    More Details Hide Details Mronz was leading by a set and a break, when Tarango was defaulted after losing his temper with the umpire, Bruno Rebeuh, following a couple of code violations. Tarango walked off the court in anger. Tarango's wife, Benedict, later slapped Rebeuh across the face. Mronz lost to then world no. 1, Andre Agassi, in the fourth round.
  • 1991
    Age 25
    Mronz reached his highest individual ranking on the ATP Tour on April 8, 1991, when he became the World Number 73.
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  • 1989
    Age 23
    Mronz dated Steffi Graf from 1989 to 1992.
    More Details Hide Details His younger brother, Michael Mronz, is the civil partner of right-wing politician, Guido Westerwelle, the current German Foreign Minister and former Vice Chancellor.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1965
    Born
    Born in 1965.
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