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Old 03-20-2012, 02:01 PM   #22
Max G.
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Originally Posted by jakemcclain32 View Post
Would Vince Spadea be considered for that distinction?
No. He was a fairly reasonable journeyman player - got to AO semis, got to top 20 - who had a bad streak for a while, which he later came back from.

I suspect Goober got it right.
Originally Posted by goober
Probably the worst player to have ATP points is Mark Ein, owner of the Washington Kastles. He was 43 when he got Kevin Kim to partner with him in doubles and won a round in the main draw of an ATP event by retirement several years back. He is basically a decent recreational player that bought himself a WC and got lucky.
Interestingly, I checked his record, and he's tried that a few times - and he got a SECOND win in some other tournament! Also by retirement.
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