Dustin Brown (born 8 December 1984) is a German professional tennis player. He rose to fame after beating Rafael Nadal in the 2014 Halle Open and Wimbledon 2015, and is known for his technique, speed, and entertaining playing style, often entertaining the crowd with trick shots.
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Dustin Brown, left, and Tim Puetz dismiss the reigning Roland Garros champions in straight sets on Tuesday in Halle. Peter Staples/ATP Tour. Dustin Brown saves 13 of the 14 break points he faces to beat top seed Alexander Zverev in Stuttgart. Dustin Brown celebrates his eighth ATP Challenger Tour title, presented with the trophy by WTA legend Mary Pierce in Sophia Antipolis, France.
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Dustin Brown. FOLLOW. Germany. Plays: Right. Turned Pro: 2002. ATP Rank --. Birth Date December 8, 1984 (Age: 36) Hometown Celle, Germany. Height 6-5.
Dustin Brown is a Jamaican-German professional tennis player. A real genius with the racket in his hands. Have you seen this wizard!?
Dustin Brown Players & Rankings - Tennis.com | Tennis.com. World Ranking # 348. Handedness right. Year Turned Pro 2002. Height 196 cm. Weight 78 kg.
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Dustin Brown is a Jamaican-German professional tennis player born in 1984, Celle, West Germany. He is known for his speed, technique and entertaining playing style, often delivering the crowd by amusing with trick shots during the matches. He rose to fame by defeating the legendary tennis player, Rafael Nadal in more than one game.
Country: Indonesia: Nationality: United Kingdom: Gender: Male: Date of birth: 10, June 1986 (35 years)
William Brown (born January 14, 1945 in Omaha, Nebraska) is a retired professional tennis player from the United States. The right-hander was active during the 1970s and 1980s, and won four doubles titles on the tour: the 1973 Omaha Open, 1975 American Airlines Tennis Games (Tucson), 1975 at Shreveport and the 1976 Columbus Open