18 Facts About Bradley Klahn


Bradley Klahn was born on August 20,1990 and is an American professional tennis player from Poway, California.

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Bradley Klahn's next year as a junior, he was a finalist in the NCAA Doubles Championship.

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Bradley Klahn played at the 2010 US Open, taking a set from 20th seed Sam Querrey before being defeated in four sets.

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Bradley Klahn underwent back surgery in February 2015 and did not resume playing until late 2016, accepting a wild card into qualifying for the Challenger event in Champaign-Urbana and winning three matches to reach the main draw, where he defeated Sam Groth in the first round and Tennys Sandgren in the second before falling to Jared Donaldson in the quarterfinals.

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Bradley Klahn grew up in Poway, California, 22 miles northeast of San Diego and admired countrymen Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick.

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Bradley Klahn had a career-high ranking in the International Tennis Federation was No 14 and he reached the third round of the 2008 Junior Australian Open, Junior Wimbledon Championships, and Junior US Open.

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Bradley Klahn captured both the singles and doubles B18s titles at the 2008 USTA International Spring Championships and 2008 Winter Nationals and the doubles title at Melbourne's Optus Nottinghill ITF Championships.

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Bradley Klahn was a finalist at the 2008 Kalamazoo B18s doubles and the Optus Nottinghill ITF B18s singles.

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Bradley Klahn won the 2006 USTA Nationals B16s doubles and was a member of the Junior Davis Cup squad that competed in Barcelona that same year.

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Bradley Klahn went to Stanford and was the ITA National Rookie of the Year, Pac-10 Freshman of the Year and an All-Pac-10 First Team selection.

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Bradley Klahn became just the fourth player in school history to claim both the Pac-10 Singles and Doubles Championships in the same year.

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Bradley Klahn claimed the Pac-10 singles title with five consecutive straight-set victories but dropped a hard-fought, three-set decision to teammate Alex Clayton in the final of the ITA Regional Championship.

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Bradley Klahn almost captured the NCAA Doubles crown as well, advancing to the semifinals.

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Bradley Klahn finished season with a national singles ranking of No 4.

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Bradley Klahn opened the year by winning 18 of his first 20 matches.

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Bradley Klahn was again an All-American in singles and doubles, All-Pac-10 First Team honoree and Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention selection.

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Bradley Klahn was an ITA Scholar Athlete and All-American in both singles and doubles.

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Bradley Klahn was the youngest of 6 Americans in year-end Top 100.

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