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download film van helsing 720p iphone ukGunther Ulrich
Gunther Ulrich (15 November 1903 – 6 July 1985) was a German tennis player. He won ten singles titles, including the German Championships and the French Championships in 1930. Ulrich also won a gold medal in the 1928 Summer Olympics doubles competition with Adolf Köstner, and a bronze medal in the mixed doubles competition with Margarete Scheller. At the time of his death in 1985, Ulrich was Germany's third oldest tennis player and the oldest to have played professionally.
Early life and career
Ulrich was born in Magdeburg, Brandenburg, Germany. His father was a textile factory owner and his mother came from a wealthy family. Ulrich was a talented tennis player from a young age. He was a member of the German Davis Cup team in 1925 and 1926.
In 1925, he reached the semi-finals of the German Championships, losing to Johannes Salten. In 1927, he reached the final of the German Championships where he lost to Ernst Römer.
After World War I, Ulrich returned to his hometown. He was soon part of a local tennis club, the TC Magdeburg, and helped the club to become one of the best in Germany. He finished runner-up in the German Championships in 1923, 1925, and 1927. In 1925 he was the runner-up to Ernst Römer in the Berlin International, defeating Römer's compatriot Helene Mayer in the final. Ulrich was also German Davis Cup captain in 1924 and 1925.
Grand Slam tournaments
In 1923, Ulrich made his Grand Slam debut at the U.S. Open in New York, where he was defeated in the first round by Josef Devich in four sets. At the French Championships in 1927, Ulrich reached the semi-finals, where he lost to Arthur Gore in four sets.
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