Scott Melville

Scott Melville (* August 4, 1966 in Fort Ord, California ) is a former American professional tennis player.


Melville played during his studies for the University of Southern California, where he was elected twice to the best selection of All-American and 1987 on the side of Rick Leach the double title of the National Collegiate Athletic Association won. His first tournament victory on the ATP World Tour, he won at the side of Jeff Brown as a qualifier in New Haven. Here, get them on the way to the final victory over Jim Grabb and Patrick McEnroe and Rick Leach and Jim Pugh. In the final they beat Petr Korda and Goran Ivanisevic. Melville won nine doubles titles, including the ATP International Series Gold Tournaments of Hamburg and Stuttgart in the course of his career. In addition, he was more seven times in an ATP doubles final.

His best individual result at a Grand Slam tournament was the Erstrundenteilnahme at the U.S. Open in 1988. In the doubles competition in 1995 he reached the finals of Wimbledon. On the side of Rick Leach he lost against Mark Woodforde and Todd Woodbridge in three sets. He also reached three times the quarterfinals of the Australian Open and once the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open. In the mixed competition he was in 1994 with Meredith McGrath in the semifinals of the French Open.

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