Shuzo Matsuoka

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In this Japanese name, the family name is Matuoka.

Shuzo Matsuoka (松岡修造, Matsuoka Shuzo, born November 6, 1967) is a Japanese professional athlete and sports commentator. He is best known as a tennis player.[1]

He was a tennis player on the Japanese national team at the Summer Olympic Games in 1988 at Seoul, in 1992 at Barcelona and in 1996 at Atlanta.[2]

Tennis career[change | change source]

ATP tour, best singles rank:

  • 46th place

ATP tour, singles rank:

  • 1985. 691
  • 1986. 370
  • 1987. 260
  • 1988. 82
  • 1989. 181
  • 1990. 144
  • 1991. 67
  • 1992. 64
  • 1993. 134
  • 1994. 124
  • 1995. 57
  • 1996. 149

KAL Cup:

  • Victory

Stella-Artois Queen's Club grass court tournament:

Wimbledon:

  • Best 8 in 1995 (quarterfinals), lost to Pete Sampras who won the tournament

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), Shuzo Matsuoka; retrieved 2012-7-22.
  2. Sports Reference.com (SR/Olympics), "Shuzo Matsuoka"; retrieved 2012-7-22.