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    Match Stats/Report - Muster vs Chang, French Open final, 1995

    Thomas Muster beat Michael Chang 7-5, 6-2, 6-4 in the French Open final, 1995 on clay It was Muster’s only Slam title and final. Chang had previously won the title in 1989 Muster won 97 points, Chang 80 (Note: I’m missing 3 points - Set 1, Game 1, Points 1-2 - Chang service points, 1 won by...
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    Match Stats/Report - Edberg vs Chang, US Open semi-final, 1992

    Stefan Edberg beat Michael Chang 6-7(3), 7-5, 7-6(3), 5-7, 6-4 in the US Open semi-final, 1992 on hard court Edberg, who was seeded second, would go onto defend his title by beating Pete Sampras in the final. Chang was seeded and fourth and this was the second time he’d reached...
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    Match Stats/Report - Chang vs Sampras, Canadian Open semi-final, 1990

    Michael Chang beat Pete Sampras 3-6, 7-6(5), 7-5 in the Canadian Open semi-final, 1990 on hard court in Toronto Chang would go onto win the title, beating Jay Berger in the final. He'd beaten top seed Andre Agassi, who'd served for the match, in the quarters from a set down. Sampras...
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    Duel Match Stats/Reports - Chang vs Edberg, Cincinnati finals, 1994 & 1993

    Michael Chang beat Stefan Edberg 6-2, 7-5 in the Cincinnati final, 1994 on hard court The match was a repeat of previous years final, which had the same result. Chang would go on to lose the final the following 2 years to Andre Agassi. Edberg had previously won the title in '90 and...
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    Match Stats/Report - Chang vs Edberg, French Open final, 1989

    Michael Chang beat Stefan Edberg 6-1, 3-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2 in the French Open final, 1989 on clay Chang was 17 years (and 109 days) old, this would turn out to be his only Slam title and he remains the youngest ever winner of a Slam event. This would turn out to be Edberg's only final at...
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    Match Stats/Report - Chang vs Sampras, Year End Championship semi-final, 1995

    Michael Chang beat Pete Sampras 6-4, 6-4 in the Year End Championship semi-final, 1995 on carpet in Frankfurt, Germany Chang would go onto lose the final to Boris Becker. Sampras was the defending champion Chang won 64 points, Sampras 55 Sampras serve-volleyed off all first serves...
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    Match Stats/Report - Becker vs Chang, Year End Championship finals, 1995

    Boris Becker beat Michael Chang 7-6(3), 6-0, 7-6(5) in the Year End Championship final, 1995 on carpet in Frankfurt, Germany It was Becker's third and last title at the event. He would also beat Chang at the next Australian Open final for his last Slam title Becker won 112 points, Chang 87...
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    Match Stats/Report - Becker vs Chang, Australian Open final, 1996

    Boris Becker beat Michael Chang 6-2, 6-4, 2-6, 6-2 in the Australian Open final, 1996 on hard court This was Becker's 6th and final Slam title and it came 5 years after the last one, which had been at the same venue Becker serve-volleyed on all his first serves and frequently on his seconds...
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    Kei Nishikori POST INJURY and NEW serve

    This was taken by me during Nishikori's semifinal and final matchup, showcasing his new platform serve and backhand POST INJURY. Semifinals against Jason Jung and Finals against Mackenzie McDonald at RBC Tennis Championships of Dallas challengers tournament. He is looking closer to his old self...
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    Match Stats/Report - Sampras vs Chang, US Open final, 1996

    Pete Sampras beat Michael Chang 6-1 6-4 7-6(3) in the final of the US Open, 1996 on hard court The winner of the match was to be world #1 in the ATP rankings. Sampras went on to finish the year at the top spot as well. It was Sampras' 8th Slam title Sampras serve-volleyed on all his first...
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    Battle of the "Golden Age" Coaches

    Funny to see stars from the 80's & 90's seeming to get a lot of exposure now coaching the HOT player of the day! We've been familiar with Edberg helping Federer while Becker gave confidence to Nole; 2 more Wimbledons won & finals in '14 & '15! Now Chang is trying to make his mark with Kei N. of...
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