Ivo Heuberger
Ivo Heuberger
Ivo Heuberger is a retired tennis player who represented Switzerland at the Davis Cup.
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Hopman organisers look to tempt Federer - The West Australian
Google News - over 5 years
Hingis combined with Marc Rosset at Hopman Cup VIII and IX, Ivo Heuberger at Hopman Cup XI and Federer at Hopman Cup XIII. "Martina has said to me that she would kill to come back here, she is a given," McNamee said. Hingis dominated the tour from
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Arnaud Clément: "Je suis content de pouvoir jouer ici, chez moi" - Le Matin Online
Google News - over 5 years
Tenant du titre chez les messieurs, le très puissant TC Ried Wollerau – coaché par l'ancien joueur de Coupe Davis Ivo Heuberger – devra se méfier d'une double concurrence genevoise. Avec, d'un côté, l'ambitieux TC Cologny, renforcé de trois joueurs
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Eine Liga für sich selbst - St. Galler Tagblatt
Google News - over 5 years
Mit Marco Chiudinelli, Ivo Heuberger, Robin Roshardt, Yves Allegro oder dem aufstrebenden Thurgauer Patrick Eichenberger ist die Besetzung auch aus Schweizer Sicht top. Parallel zu den Männern findet die Interclub-NLA mit gleichem Modus auch bei den
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Gian truân đường tình - An ninh thủ đô
Google News - over 5 years
Hingis đã trải qua nhiều cuộc tình với những tay vợt như Ivo Heuberger, Magnus Norman hay Mark Philippoussis nhưng tất cả đều kết thúc chóng vánh. Hai mối tình đáng nhớ nhất của tay vợt xinh đẹp này có lẽ là với danh thủ bóng đá Anh Sol Campbell và nam
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Buscar Noticias de Colombia y el Mundo - ElTiempo.com
Google News - over 5 years
... un set en la primera ronda de un 'grande' desde el US Open de 2007, ante el australiano Alun Jones, y sólo había cedido dos en una ocasión en sus victorias en los Grand Slam, en el Abierto de Estados Unidos de 2004, frente al suizo Ivo Heuberger
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Sao tennis & chuyện tình duyên tương ngộ (P2) - 24 giờ
Google News - almost 6 years
Danh sách còn kéo dài với những cái tên như Radek Stepaek, Magnus Norman, Ivo Heuberger và Julian Alonso nhưng tất cả chẳng được trọn vẹn. Tay vợt người Séc Stepaek là người đi gần tới cái đích hôn nhân nhất khi đã đính hôn nhưng cũng chẳng thể ở bên
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Sports Briefing
NYTimes - over 12 years
TENNIS An Injured Federer Is Out of the Swiss Indoors Roger Federer, ranked No. 1 in the world, pulled out of the Swiss Indoors after hurting his left thigh during practice yesterday. Federer, who is from Switzerland, said missing the tournament, where he was once a ball boy, was a ''huge disappointment.'' He will need to rest the next two weeks
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Sports Briefing
NYTimes - over 12 years
GOLF Hurting Woods Is Two Back in Ireland Tiger Woods pursed his lips and cursed under his breath as he stood over his first tee shot yesterday in Thomastown, Ireland. He felt spasms in his back and yelped after his second drive. His knees buckled after making contact on the sixth tee. He stopped a half-dozen times and lifted his shirt so his
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London Journal; Hopeful Britons Nurse Their Annual Case of Henmania
NYTimes - over 12 years
Even his most devoted Wimbledon supporters are hard-pressed to define the elusive appeal of Tim Henman, England's top tennis player and perennially disappointing also-ran. ''He's not someone you'd want to cross the room and talk to, other than that he plays tennis for England,'' admitted Jill Mather, 59, at Wimbledon the other day. Nonetheless, she
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Sports of The Times; Missed Shots Equal Lost Opportunities
NYTimes - over 12 years
THE cabbie leaving Paddington Station early yesterday morning didn't want to hear any whining about Martina Navratilova's elimination one day too soon from a journalist just arriving from New Jersey. He didn't want to know what had befallen poor Venus Williams on Center Court. ''If you don't mind my saying so, sir, that wasn't the worst of it
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TENNIS; An Addled Hingis Is Ousted On Day 1
NYTimes - over 15 years
Not long ago, the calculating Martina Hingis had it all figured out, able to decode the game of every newcomer, quick to find the angle on each power player. The court was her spreadsheet as she filled in each cell, from corner to corner, with a selection of meticulous shots. Every stroke had a purpose, and everything added up, including the
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TENNIS; Hingis Takes Rest to Study Next Step
NYTimes - over 17 years
Home is where her mother is, so that's where a despondent Martina Hingis flew today, a day after becoming just the third top-seeded woman ever to dissolve in Wimbledon's opening round. And where the 18-year-old Swiss star went, soap opera-ish rumors followed: Are she and her mother, Melanie Molitor, on the outs because Hingis has put her dalliance
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TENNIS: ROUNDUP; Rafter Is Ousted In Hardcourt Event
NYTimes - about 18 years
Ten days before the start of the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the season, Patrick Rafter, the two-time United States Open champion, was eliminated from the Australian men's hardcourt tournament yesterday. Rafter, ranked No. 4 in the world, lost a rain-delayed second-round match, 7-5, 6-4, to Slava Dosedel of the Czech
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PLUS: TENNIS -- ROUNDUP; Hingis Beats No. 1 Davenport
NYTimes - about 18 years
Martina Hingis sent a clear Grand Slam message to Lindsay Davenport, beating the world's top-ranked woman, 6-3, 5-7, 6-2, to lead Switzerland to a 2-1 victory over the United States in the Hopman Cup in Perth, Australia. It was the Swiss star's second straight victory over Davenport since losing the No. 1 ranking to her in October. Jan-Michael
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PLUS: TENNIS -- HOPMAN CUP; Sanchez-Vicario And Moya Favored
NYTimes - about 18 years
The Spanish team of Carlos Moya and Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario is favored to win the Hopman Cup mixed team tournament, which starts in Perth tomorrow. Sanchez-Vicario, 27, No. 4 in the WTA ranking, and Moya, 22, fifth on the ATP computer, are the top-seeded team and will be aiming to clinch the title for Spain for only the second time since the
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TENNIS: ROUNDUP -- PORSCHE GRAND PRIX; Davenport to Gain No. 1 From Hingis
NYTimes - over 18 years
No matter who wins the Porsche Grand Prix in Filderstadt, Germany, the women's tour will have a new No. 1 player next week. Lindsay Davenport of Newport Beach, Calif., will displace Martina Hingis, the 18-year-old from Switzerland, as the world's top-ranked women's player. Davenport, who won her first Grand Slam title at the United States Open in
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TENNIS: ROUNDUP -- GRAND SLAM CUP; After Easy Victory, Agassi Lashes Out
NYTimes - over 18 years
Andre Agassi spent more time lashing out at the outgoing United States Tennis Association president yesterday than it took him to advance to the quarterfinals of the Grand Slam Cup in Munich, Germany. Agassi, trying to justify his absence from last weekend's United States Davis Cup team's semifinal loss to Italy, said the outgoing U.S.T.A.
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TENNIS; Hingis Begins Title Defense by Beating the Rain
NYTimes - over 18 years
No sooner had Wimbledon's ever-harried officials chased away the field mouse that took up residence in a corner of Center Court on opening day than they had to deal with a more familiar enemy on Day 2: rain. Unlike the rodent, the rain refused to decamp, and the result was that only 14 of today's 70 matches were completed, 15 were left unfinished
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TENNIS: ROUNDUP -- BAUSCH & LOMB; Raymond Overcomes Seles
NYTimes - almost 19 years
Lisa Raymond posted her biggest victory of the year, defeating third-seeded Monica Seles, 7-6 (10-8), 6-4, yesterday in the third round of the Bausch & Lomb Championships. The 10th-seeded Raymond was urged on by a cheering crowd as she battled back from an 0-5 deficit in the first set, saving set point several times before finally forcing the tie
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ivo Heuberger
    THIRTIES
  • 2007
    Age 31
    In September 2007, Ivo married Martha Dominguez who is a Miami based fashion blogger.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 2004
    Age 28
    He founded a company called, Hi-Pro in the summer of 2004.
    More Details Hide Details His company specializes in marketing and promotional products and has since grown to be one of the biggest company's in its field in Switzerland. In 2006, Ivo Heuberger and the Swiss Tennis team federation signed a deal that would make Hi-Pro the official clothing provider for the Swiss Davis Cup Team. At this time, Hi-Pro is also the provider of the official staff's uniform for the Basel Swiss Indoor Tennis Tournament.
  • 1997
    Age 21
    He became a pro in 1997.
    More Details Hide Details Ivo won his first title in India at a small $25,000 challenger, beating Dania Udomchoke, 6–2 6–3. Ivo was chosen to represent Switzerland along with the rest of the Swiss Davis Cup team 7 times during his career. His career was one that had few highlights and perhaps he was best known in the tennis world for his relationship with former number #1, Martina Hingis. His best ranking was 102, he and remained in the 100s for much of his career. He is what most in the tennis world would call a "journeyman"—one who spends much of their career in the Challenger circuit and in ATP qualifying draws. Ivo began putting to use the many contacts he had made over the years while traveling to 60 different contacts.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1976
    Age 0
    Ivo Heuberger was born in the small town of Altstätten, Switzerland on February 19, 1976.
    More Details Hide Details He began his tennis career after moving to the French part of Switzerland to attend the National Training Center. He showed promise during his junior days and was eager to begin his professional debut.
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