John Gilbert Alexander OAM (born 4 July 1951) is an Australian politician and former professional tennis player. As a tennis player, Alexander reached a career-high singles rank of No. 8 in the world in 1975. He reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open singles on three occasions, and won the doubles in 1975 and 1982.
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Official tennis titles and finals records of John Alexander on the ATP Tour for singles and doubles.
The partner of tennis great turned Bennelong MP, John Alexander, Debbie Chadwick, has listed her North Bondi home with a $7 million price guide. The stunning property is listed with Raine and Horne Double Bay principal Ric Serrao, who has scheduled a February 20 auction.
He and partner Harold Hackett won four successive doubles titles in Newport (1907-10). Growing up in Seabright, New Jersey, one of the jewel beach communities on the Jersey shore, Alexander attended Princeton University and won the Intercollegiate Doubles title (1900) and Singles title (1901).
Official tennis player profile of John Alexander on the ATP Tour. Featuring news, bio, rankings, playing activity, coach, stats, win-loss, points breakdown, videos ...
Zverev and doubles partner Matteo Berrettini dropped their evening doubles match — 6-4, 6-7 (2-7), 1-10 — to Team World’s John Isner and Denis Shapovalov.
Former world No. 8 Jurgen Melzer will team up with Alexander Zverev to play the last tournament of his career in Vienna, per Nikolaus Fink. Melzer, a five-time ATP champion, wants to call it a ...
John Alexander played in Grand Slam finals in 1970-1982. He won 2 titles and took part in 5 final matches as runner-up. ATP results and statistics from 1968 to 1985.
It’s no surprise his most frequent partner is his elder brother Jamie Murray, a former No. 1 in doubles. Though they’ve had mixed results, the Dunblane natives own two ATP 500 crowns ...