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Craig Miller

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Full name: Craig A. Miller
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Bio Miller was the boys' singles champion at the 1980 Australian Open, beating Wally Masur in the final. The Australian had been runner-up the previous year, to Greg Whitecross. He was also a semi-finalist at the 1980 US Open and with Pat Cash won the doubles title at the 1982 Australian Open.
In 1982, Miller was a quarter-finalist at the Sydney Outdoor tournament and lost in the doubles final of the New South Wales Open, partnering Cliff Letcher.

The following year he made the semi-finals of the Melbourne Outdoor event. Also in 1983, Miller had a win over John Lloyd in the Wimbledon Championships and won two doubles titles, at Hong Kong and Adelaide, both times in an unseeded pairing.

Miller and partner Laurie Warder were semi-finalists at the 1985 Australian Open.

In 1986, he started the season well by reaching the singles quarter-finals at Auckland but wouldn't appear on tour again until September, as a result of a benign tumour that he had to have removed from his vocal cords. During this time he wasn't able to travel overseas due to restrictions on his medication and he instead spent his time coaching at the Australian Institute of Sport. He played for another year and a half, before retiring after the 1988 Australian Open.

Miller was the head development coach of Tennis Australia for seven years and now runs his own tennis program, IQ Tennis.
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