Mark Koevermans

Mark Koevermans ( born February 3, 1968 in Rotterdam ) is a former Dutch tennis player.


Koevermans 1987 professional tennis player and was in the following year win his first individual title on the ATP Challenger Tour. He also won at the side of Igor Flego the double competitions Challenger Tournaments of Travemünde and Tampere. The following year, he was in the final of the Challenger Tournaments of Agadir and Casablanca, in the latter he won the doubles competition together with Josef Cihak. In 1990 he celebrated in Athens, his only individual title on the ATP World Tour, also he was in the doubles final of three ATP tournaments. The following year he won in Athens at the side of Jacco Eltingh his first doubles title on the ATP World Tour, another title he won with Paul Haarhuis. With Haarhuis it often and very successfully played together. They together won three tournaments, including the Masters Tournament in Hamburg and stood at seven other tournaments in the finals, including twice at the Masters tournament in Monte Carlo. Overall Koevermans won during his career four doubles titles, he stood twelve more times in a double finals. Its highest listing in the tennis world ranking he reached in 1991 with position 37 in the singles and 1993 position 24 in doubles.

His best individual result at a Grand Slam tournament was reaching the second round of Wimbledon 1990. His best result in the doubles competition was the semi-finals at the French Open in 1990.

Koevermans played between 1988 and 1993 nine singles and six doubles matches for the Dutch Davis Cup team. His greatest success with the team was participating in the quarterfinals of the World Group in 1993 against Sweden. He came here in a double on the side of Paul Haarhuis used, the match went lost. At the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, he took up in singles and doubles for the Netherlands. With Paul Haarhuis he had to in the first round of the later bronze medal winners from Croatia, Goran Ivanisevic and Goran Prpić beaten. In individual he reached the third round in which he was Jaime Oncins inferior.

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