Carl Limberger

Carl Limberger ( born January 24, 1964 in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales ) is an Australian former tennis player.


Limberger was in 1980 in the semifinals of the junior tournament, the Australian Open, he was defeated Wally Masur. In 1980 he was in the second round of the Juniorenurniers of Wimbledon, the following year in the quarterfinals. Both times he lost to the eventual winners. In 1982, he was in Geneva at the side of Mike Myburg first time in an ATP doubles final. The following year, he became a professional tennis player and was until 1992 a total of eight times in a double finals. Only in 1992 he succeeded with Christer Allgardh in Guarujá his first and also the only title on the ATP World Tour. In individual he could never reach a final, his best result was the semi-finals in Auckland, in which he was defeated Michiel Schaper in three sets. Its highest listing in the tennis world ranking he reached in 1987 with position 71 in singles and position 53 in doubles.

His best individual results in Grand Slam tournaments was reaching the second round in all four tournaments. In the doubles competition in 1987, he stood at the side of Mark Woodforde in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon. After victories against, among others Joakim Nystrom and Mats Wilander Stefan Edberg and Anders they lost Järryd in four sets.

Tournament Win

Double ( 1)