Michael Chang

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Grand Slam). It is known as the youngest winner of the tournament Grand Slam (Grand Slam). Author: Ivan Matkovskiy For the first time attention to themselves Chang drew back when his junior – it was then that he began to set records in the series ‘youngest …’. USTA Junior Hard Court – His first title at national level – USTA Junior Hard Court – Chang won in 12 years. Fiesta Bowl 16s, USTA Boys 18s Hardcourts USTA Boys 18s Nationals. At 13, Michael won the Fiesta Bowl 16s, 15 – won the USTA Boys 18s Hardcourts and USTA Boys 18s Nationals. US Open – Paul McNamee). In the same 15 years, Michael Chang became the youngest player ever to win the match of main draw US Open – the first round of the tournament he was able to defeat the Paul McNamee (Paul McNamee). Scottsdale, Arizona), A month later, Chang went to the semifinals of the tournament in Scottsdale, Arizona (Scottsdale, Arizona), becoming the youngest participant of the tournament semi-final stage of the elite professional level. San Francisco); His first victory in the tournament of such level, Michael Chang won in 1988 in San Francisco (San Francisco); at the time he was 16 years and 7 months. French Open. The most impressive his record Chang set in 1989 – it was then that he managed to win a landslide victory at the French Open. At the moment of victory to Michael was only 17 years and 110 days. Ivan Lendl). The victory put him remembered as a record and a highly respectable battle with Ivan Lendl (Ivan Lendl). French Open c 1955-Michael Chang became the first American to win the French Open c 1955, and the first American to win the Grand Slam tournament since 1984. In August 1989, Chung entered the top five tennis players of the world – again, becoming the youngest participants. US Open; In 1992, Chang went to the semifinals US Open; French Open Stefan Edberg). where he met with the already familiar to him in French Open Stefan Edberg (Stefan Edberg). This time, Edberg won; US Open. five sets match lasted 5:00 26 minutes – which was a record US Open. After winning the 1989 Michael Chang three times reached the final Grand Slam tournament; French Open Thomas Muster), Australian Open Boris Becker) US Open – Pete Sampras). in 1995 he lost in the French Open Thomas Muster (Thomas Muster), in 1996, gave way to the Australian Open Boris Becker (Boris Becker) and US Open – Pete Sampras (Pete Sampras). Davis Cup) Chang was one of the key players of the American team that won the Davis Cup (Davis Cup) in 1990. Horst Skoff), In the semifinals Michael Chang fought Shkoffom Horst (Horst Skoff), which brought the US to the final of the Cup for the first time since 1984. Darren Cahill) In the final, Chang went to battle with Darren Cahill (Darren Cahill) and defeated him; States beat Australia in the finals with a score of 3-2. Summer Olympics) Barcelona); In 1992, Chang States represented at the Summer Olympics (1992 Summer Olympics) in Barcelona (Barcelona); Jaime Oncins). Michael reached the second round, where he lost Onsinsu Jaime (Jaime Oncins). Play tennis Chang began in the plural Og thanks to his father; namely the father was his first coach. José Higueras). In the future, while Jose Higueras coached (José Higueras). Carl Chang). For most of his professional career, Michael was training under the supervision of his older brother, Carl Chang (Carl Chang). Australian Open Roger Federer). At the Australian Open, Michael Chang became the first player who was able to win the future first racket of the world and 17-time winner of the Grand Slam Roger Federer (Roger Federer). Away from tennis Michael Chang in 2003. During his career he won a total of 34 championship professional level. Los Angeles). His last victory, Michael won in 2000 in Los Angeles (Los Angeles). Chang won prizes for a total of $ 19,145,632. US Open His personal record in the ranking was the second singles position – Michael took her after her performance in the final of the US Open 1996. In the period from 1992 to 1997, Michael Chang th ranked in the top ten rankings.
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