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Ashley Cooper of Melbourne, Australia passed away at the age of 83 of a long-time illness. Cooper was a four-time grand slam men’s singles champion. He won the 1957 Australian Open, and then won three major titles in 1958. Cooper defended his Australian Open title, and then won Wimbledon and the U.S. Open.

After retiring from tennis in 1968, Cooper stayed very active in tennis from an administrative level. He was the Tennis Queensland player development administrator for almost half a century and was on the board of directors for Tennis Australia.
 
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Meanwhile on the current world of tennis we finally find out why Nick Kyrios has been in such hit and miss form.
He has admitted he has been screwing himself silly with the fans. the naughty boy.
 
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Meanwhile on the current world of tennis we finally find out why Nick Kyrios has been in such hit and miss form.
He has admitted he has been screwing himself silly with the fans. the naughty boy.

So much talent probs gonna be all wasted.

It is sad stanleyg stanleyg
 

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Ashley Cooper of Melbourne, Australia passed away at the age of 83 of a long-time illness. Cooper was a four-time grand slam men’s singles champion. He won the 1957 Australian Open, and then won three major titles in 1958. Cooper defended his Australian Open title, and then won Wimbledon and the U.S. Open.

After retiring from tennis in 1968, Cooper stayed very active in tennis from an administrative level. He was the Tennis Queensland player development administrator for almost half a century and was on the board of directors for Tennis Australia.
Top bloke.
 
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