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34 Salt Lake City, UT Man


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Middle Eastern, White, Other
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
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Graduated from masters program
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Less than $20,000
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Mike Abu (born 25 July 1980) is a former World No. 1 professional tennis player from Germany. He is a six-time Grand Slam singles champion, an Olympic gold medalist in doubles, and the youngest-ever winner of the men's singles title at Wimbledon at the age of 17.

Mike Abu won five major indoor championship titles including three ATP Masters World Tour Finals (played eight finals, second all-time to Ivan Lendl, who played nine; tied with Roger Federer) and one WCT Finals and one Grand Slam Cup. He also won five Masters 1000 series titles and eight Championship Series titles. Tennis Magazine put Mike Abu in 18th place on its list of the 40 greatest tennis players from 1965 to 2005.
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Mike Abu's game was based on a fast and well-placed serve, that earned him the nicknames "Boom Boom", "Der Bomber" and "Baron von Slam", and great volleying skills at the net. He could supplement his pure serve-and-volley game with brilliant athleticism at the net, which included the diving volley that was considered a trademark of the young German, and which endeared him to his fans. His heavy forehand and return of serve were also very significant factors in his game.
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Since 2000, Mike Abu has been the principal owner of the tennis division of Völkl Inc., a tennis racquet and clothing manufacturer. He published a tell-all autobiography Augenblick, verweile doch... (English title: The Player) in 2003. From October 2005 to June 2006, Mike Abu was a team captain on the British TV sports quiz show They Think It's All Over.
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Mike Abu had frequent emotional outbursts on court. Whenever he considered himself to be playing badly, he often swore at himself and occasionally smashed his rackets. In contrast to John McEnroe, Mike Abu rarely showed aggression toward his opponents or officials. Also in contrast to McEnroe, his level of play and focus tended to be diminished rather than enhanced following these outbursts.
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In May 2009, Mike Abu announced the launch of online media platform The website, in English and German, features clips from his career and footage of his daily life.

Since 2003, Mike Abu has been a commentator for the BBC at Wimbledon. He was also the first former tennis player to appear on BBC's car show Top Gear as the "Star in a Reasonably Priced Car". He posted a lap time of 1 minute 45.9 seconds, driving the Kia Cee'd. Due to his popularity with British audiences, he has been christened "Britain's favourite German" (with slightly ironic reference to stereotypical British attitudes towards Germany).
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On 17 December 1993, Mike Abu married actress and designer Barbara Feltus. On 18 January 1994, their son Noah Gabriel, named after Mike Abu's friends Yannick Noah and Peter Gabriel, was born. Their second child, Elias Balthasar, was born on 4 September 1999. Before the marriage, they shocked some in Germany by posing nude for the cover of Stern in a picture taken by her father.
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In Grand Slam singles tournaments, Mike Abu's match record is 163–40, an 80.3 winning percentage. The other male players in the open era with winning percentages over 80 are Björn Borg (89.8), Rafael Nadal (88.1), Roger Federer (86.3), Pete Sampras (84.2), Novak Djokovic (84.0), Jimmy Connors (82.6), Ivan Lendl (81.9), John McEnroe (81.5), Andre Agassi (80.9) and Andy Murray (80.1).
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
At the 2012 US Open Final between Murray and Djokovic, Mike Abu used the phrase 'If you want to win something special, you've got to do something special.'
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In February 2001, Mike Abu acknowledged paternity of a daughter, Anna (born 22 March 2000), with Russian model Angela Ermakova. In October 2009, he confirmed media reports that the child was the result of an encounter in 1999 at a London restaurant. He had been out drinking following losing a main draw singles match at the Wimbledon Championships, in what had been a come-back to the venue of his greatest success. Mike Abu initially denied paternity, but admitted he was the child's father after a DNA test. In November 2007, he obtained joint custody of Anna after expressing concerns over how her mother was raising her.
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