- Born23 September 1965
- Birth PlaceAdelaide, South Australia
- Playing StatusRetired
- Australian Tennis Hall Of Fame2010
- International Tennis Hall Of Fame2010
“Players around the world are aware of the World Tennis Challenge and it’s looked upon as a great experience. It’s great to see McEnroe make a return to our city and we look forward to welcoming Cilic, Baghdatis, Ivanisevic and Chang.”
— Mark Woodforde, 10 Oct 2014
» Cilic, McEnroe, Ivanisevic, Chang bound for World Tennis Challenge
Australian 1992, 1997
Wimbledon 1993-97, 2000
United States 1989, 1995-96
Mixed doubles champion
Australian 1992, 1996
United States 1992
Mark Woodforde combined with fellow Aussie Todd Woodbridge to form one of the greatest doubles combinations in history – their records include 11 Grand Slam doubles titles and five straight Wimbledon trophies. Alongside Woodbridge, Woodforde also won Olympic gold in 1996 at Atlanta and silver at Sydney in 2000, won 14 doubles rubbers in Davis Cup and was part of the winning Australian team in 1999. In singles, Woodforde’s highlights included an Australian Open semifinal in 1996, a career-best ranking of No.19 in April 1996, and four ATP titles. Woodforde retired at the end of the 2000 season with 67 doubles titles (61 won as one half of the “Woodies”). The only one of his 12 doubles majors that Woodforde didn’t win with Woodbridge was his first – the 1989 US Open, teamed with John McEnroe.
Mark Woodforde in the news
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