Bernd Karbacher

Bernd Karbacher ( born April 3, 1968 in Munich ) is a former German tennis player.

He won in his career, two individual tournaments, in 1992 the tournament in Cologne and in 1994 the Swedish Open in Båstad. His highest world ranking was number 22 in 1995. He belonged to the victorious German Davis Cup team to Michael Stich in 1993 as a substitute. In the following years he was in two Davis Cup appearances for Germany in the individual on the court (match - balance 1:2 ). In addition Karbacher was founded in 1994 as the second single player besides Michael Stich, together with Patrik Kuhnen and Karsten Braasch Team World Champion at the World Team Cup in Dusseldorf.

However, his greatest successes were two quarter- final appearances at Grand Slam tournaments. So he reached in 1994 after a victory against Ivan Lendl at the U.S. Open and the French Open in 1996 after a win against Goran Ivanisevic in each case the Round of 8, He caused a sensation also through his finals at the ATP tournament in Indianapolis in 1995 when he defeated in the semifinals Pete Sampras.

In 2000, he ended his career as a tennis pro. Since 2007 he has been president of the German players organization " Tennis Germany".