Santoro to Play Australian Open

January 6, 2010 · Print This Article

Santoro AOFrenchman Fabrice Santoro, who recently retired at the Paris Masters 1000 in November, is said to be contemplating a return at the Australian Open.

Santoro, who is currently ranked No. 68 in the world, would become the only man in tennis history to compete in Grand Slam competition during four different decades.

Beginning his Grand Slam journey at the 1989 French Open, Santoro’s best Major performance ironically came in Australia in 2006, when he made the quarterfinals.

Capturing six career titles throughout his 20-year career, Santoro’s brand of unique and artistic tennis remains in a league of its own.

The 37-year-old has been practicing at Roland Garros during the offseason, and will apparently fly to Melbourne shortly to participate in his record 70th straight Major championship.

More on this story to come.

Source: www.theglobeandmail.com.

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