Tim Mayotte

Timothy " Tim " Mayotte ( born August 3, 1960 in Springfield, Massachusetts ) is a former American professional tennis player.


Mayotte studied history at Stanford University, and won the 1981 NCAA individual title. In the same year he became a professional tennis player and was able to his brother Chris the side win his first and only doubles title on the ATP World Tour. In 1985 he won in Delray Beach his first of a total of twelve individual titles. Its highest listing in the tennis world ranking he reached in 1988 with seven position in the individual and in 1983 with position 66 in doubles.

His best individual results in Grand Slam tournaments he reached the semi-finals each with 1982 Wimbledon and the 1983 Australian Open. He also reached the double twice the second round of the French Open, and once the second round of the U.S. Open.

Mayotte played 1986-1987 five individual lots for the U.S. Davis Cup team. Although he was at that time the most successful U.S. individual players, he was no longer considered by his two individual defeats Eric Jelen and Boris Becker in the quarter-final against Germany in Hartford. His Davis Cup balance was negative at 1-4. At the Olympic Summer Games in Seoul in 1988 he went to the USA and won after his final defeat by Miloslav Mečíř the silver medal in singles.

2009 Mayotte from the United States Tennis Association ( USTA ) has been appointed as national coach.

Tournament Win

Single (12 )

Double ( 1)