Mariana Simionescu
Romanian tennis player
Mariana Simionescu
Mariana Simionescu is a former professional tennis player from Romania. She played on the WTA Tour from 1973 to 1980. She won one WTA tour singes title at the Tokyo Outdoors in 1980. Her best Grand Slam performance was reaching the 4th round at Wimbledon in 1977 and she was ranked as high as 7 by the WTA. She won the French Open - Girls Singles title in 1974. Simionescu was born in Târgu Neamț. She married Björn Borg in 1980, but the marriage ended in 1984.
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High Strung by Stephen Tignor - review - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
Supported by a devoted Romanian girlfriend, Mariana Simionescu, and his coach Lennart Bergelin, and having earned enough in the way of prize money and endorsements to guarantee financial stability for life, Borg sat atop the tennis world
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När Björn Borg voltade i Vika - Dalarnas Tidningar
Google News - over 5 years
Vid millenieskiftet utsågs Borg av Svenska idrottsakademin till "Århundradets svenska idrottsman", före Ingemar Stenmark och boxaren Ingemar Johansson Personen: Gift fyra gånger, Mariana Simionescu (1980-84), Jannike Björling (1985-88), Loredana Berte
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Am picat BAC-ul si in tenis! - Realitatea (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Chiar si-n tenis am avut o scoala performanta, cum a fost “Academia Dinamo” creata in anii '70 de reputatul antrenor Aurel Segarceanu si care le-a “dat” in acelasi timp pe Virginia Ruzici, Florenta Mihai si Mariana Simionescu, jucatoare de top,
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High Strung - ESPN (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
After gathering his wits and finishing the night with friends at a local club, he flew with his fiancée, Mariana Simionescu, the next morning to Bucharest, capital of her native Romania. There Borg did nothing for the next three days
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BORG STILL BOASTS THAT CALM EXTERIOR
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: When he was playing tennis, Bjorn Borg was known for never showing emotion on the court and rarely revealing any off it. Yet even now, seven years after he stopped playing the professional circuit, the man from Sweden who was the world's No. 1 player from 1978 to 1980 and a five-time Wimbledon champion continues to intrigue tennis fans: they
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Borg Playing New Game
NYTimes - almost 34 years
Bjorn Borg, who won the French Open six times, showed up today in an NBC blazer as a tennis commentator. He expressed no regrets about being on the sideline following his recent retirement. ''Right now I'm happy with the things I'm doing,'' he said. ''It's a different thing but I'm still involved in tennis.'' He hedged when asked to pick a winner
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The Missing Master
NYTimes - about 34 years
WHERE is Bjorn Borg, now that we really need him? Out in Thailand, playing exhibitions and telling a Swedish journalist friend that he cannot find the energy to fight his way back to the top. If Borg stays retired, he will leave men's tennis in a sour, fragmented state. Just when the world was ready to love the quiet Swedish player, and suffer
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A TENSE AIR IN COURTSIDE CROWD
NYTimes - over 35 years
Shortly before 4 P.M., the door to the men's locker room at the National Tennis Center opened and the solemn procession began. Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe, surrounded by security guards, friends and hangers-on, pushed through the crowd outside Louis Armstrong Stadium and into the underground passageway leading to the court. Their faces were
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Borg to Skip Tourney To Comfort Ailing Wife
NYTimes - over 35 years
Bjorn Borg withdrew from the Canadian Open tennis championship tonight to remain in New York with his wife, Mariana Simionescu, who was suffering from a kidney ailment, tournament officials said. Ken Farrar, Grand Prix of Tennis supervisor, said Borg notified the tournament staff of his decision late tonight. Farrar said Borg became concerned when
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Is Borg on Decline? French Open May Tell
NYTimes - almost 36 years
Discounting his surprising elimination from tournaments this year in Toronto, Brussels, Milan and Monte Carlo, Bjorn Borg was busy the other day quelling recent suggestions that he had reached the limits of his tennis brilliance. ''The year begins in Paris,'' he said confidently, referring to the French open championships, which start tomorrow. For
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