8 Facts About Tim Henman

1. In 2004, Tim Henman failed to reach the fourth round of the Australian Open and failed to reach the semi-finals at the Wimbledon Championships.

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2. In 2002, Tim Henman reached the 4th round at the Australian Open and the semifinals at Wimbledon for the last time in his career, losing this time to Lleyton Hewitt: for the fourth time, his conqueror in the semi-finals went on to win the tournament.

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3. At the US Open he reached the third round; Tim Henman defeated Vacek and Fernando Meligeni, but was upset by Xavier Malisse in five sets.

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4. In 2000 Tim Henman reached the fourth round at Wimbledon; and in 1996, 1997, 2003 and 2004 he lost in the quarter-finals.

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5. In 1992 he turned 18, and Tim Henman began his tennis career in the senior satellite tournaments.

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6. At the age of 17, Tim Henman toured South America for eight weeks.

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7. In contrast to popular belief, Tim Henman was not considered the best of the bunch, and Sue Barker, the British 1976 French Open Women's champion, judged that there was "nothing particularly special in his game in those days".

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8. At this point in his life, Lloyd persuaded Tim Henman's parents to allow him to pursue a tennis career.

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