Anthony Lane (tennis)
Anthony Lane (born 31 May 1965) is a former professional tennis player from Australia.
Anthony Lane Full name
Anthony Lane Country (sports)
31 May 1965 Adelaide, Australia Plays
Right-handed Prize money
$20,065 Singles Career record
1–6 Highest ranking
No. 235 (9 February 1987) Grand Slam Singles results Australian Open
1R ( 1987, 1988) Doubles Career record
2–8 Highest ranking
No. 217 (29 October 1984) Grand Slam Doubles results Australian Open
1R ( 1987, 1988) Biography Tennis career
Born in Adelaide, Lane played on the professional circuit in the 1980s.
Lane, a right-handed player, was runner-up at a
Challenger tournament in Nigeria in 1986, with wins over Jean-Philippe Fleurian and Todd Witsken.
Grand Prix circuit his best performance was a second round appearance at his home event, the 1987 South Australian Open.
He made his
grand slam debut at the 1987 Australian Open as a wildcard and lost his first round match in five sets, to former top 10 player Bill Scanlon. The following year he made the Australian Open main draw again, this time as a qualifier, losing in the first round to  Carl Limberger.
Lane was appointed men’s tennis coach at the
Australian Institute of Sport in 2006.
Chris Guccione broke into the world's top 100 for the first time in 2007 it was with Lane as his coach. He has also been the coach of  James Duckworth.
"Lendl, Scanlon cruise through". . ACT, Australia. 1 January 1987. p. 16 The Canberra Times . Retrieved – via National Library of Australia. 2 April 2018
"Scoreboard". . Poughkeepsie Journal newspapers.com. p. 2C . Retrieved . 2 April 2018
"Tennis Results". United Press International. 11 January 1988 . Retrieved . 2 April 2018
"Newk's serve on Gooch slammed". . 5 January 2008 The Sydney Morning Herald . Retrieved . 1 April 2018
"James Duckworth looking to take advantage of Brisbane International knowledge". News Corp Australia. 21 December 2013 . Retrieved . 1 April 2018 External links
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