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Bryan Shelton

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Bio Shelton has wins over legends such as Andre Agassi, Thomas Muster, Richard Krajicek and Todd Martin. He competed in seven U.S Opens, six Australian Opens and four French Opens. He won his first tour title at the Miller Lite Hall of Fame Championships in 1991, becoming the first African-American to win an ATP event since Arthur Ashe in 1978. He won four pro championships (2 singles, 2 doubles).
He won the U.S. Amateur singles championship in 1985
After retiring from the pro tour, Bryan coached Malivai Washington, a 1996 Wimbledon finalist. He became a National USTA coach and assisted with the development of some of America’s top juniors from 1998-99.
In 2011, Bryan is entering his 12th season at the head women’s coach at Georgia Tech and is one of the most successful coaches in school history earning All-American honors in 1988. He is one of only five coaches in Georgia Tech Athletics to guide a team to a national title, and the only one to capture a NCAA Team Championship.
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