Jeff Coetzee

Jeff Coetzee

Infobox Tennis player
playername = Jeff Coetzee

country = flagicon|RSA South Africa
residence = Florida Hills, South Africa
datebirth = April 25, 1977
placebirth = Okiep, South Africa
height = 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)
weight = 70 kg (155 lb)
turnedpro = 1996
plays = Right-handed; two-handed on both sides
careerprizemoney = US$870,181
singlesrecord = 0–3
singlestitles = 0
highestsinglesranking = No. 184 (December 6, 1999)
AustralianOpenresult = -
FrenchOpenresult = -
Wimbledonresult = -
USOpenresult = -
doublesrecord = 160–151
doublestitles = 6
highestdoublesranking = No. 17 (May 12, 2008)
updated = June 23, 2008

Jeff Coetzee (born on April 25, 1977, in Okiep) is a South African professional tennis player and competes regularly on the ATP tour, as a doubles specialist.

The 5'8" player plays right-handed, double-handed on both sides and has won six ATP Tour doubles titles in his career. Coetzee plays doubles for the South Africa Davis Cup team. When Jeff is not traveling, he resides both in Florida Hills, South Africa.

ATP Tour titles (6)

Doubles (6)

Doubles runners-up (9)

*2002: Sopot (with Nathan Healey, lost to František Čermák and Leoš Friedl)
*2003: Bucharest (with Simon Aspelin, lost to Karsten Braasch and Sargis Sargsian)
*2004: Memphis (with Chris Haggard, lost to Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan)
*2004: Scottsdale (with Chris Haggard, lost to Rick Leach and Brian MacPhie)
*2005: Lyon (with Rogier Wassen, lost to Michaël Llodra and Fabrice Santoro)
*2006: Newport (with Justin Gimelstob, lost to Robert Kendrick and Jürgen Melzer)
*2008: Doha (with Wesley Moodie, lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber and David Škoch)
*2008: Marseille (with Yves Allegro, lost to Martin Damm and Pavel Vízner)
*2008: Nottingham (with Jamie Murray, lost to Bruno Soares andKevin Ullyett)

External links

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* [http://www.jeffcoetzee.cjb.net The Official Website of Jeff Coetzee] - http://www.jeffcoetzee.cjb.net


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