Brian Fairlie (born 13 June 1948), is a retired tennis player from New Zealand. During his career from 1968 to 1979, he won four titles in doubles, all with the Egyptian player Ismail El Shafei, and 10 singles titles in the Open era (and at least two more in 1967).
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Brian Fairlie (born 13 June 1948) is a former professional tennis player who competed internationally for New Zealand. Brian Fairlie was a professional from 1968 to 1979. His last victory is the Australian Open Junior Men's 1967.
Brian Fairlie (73) is a tennis player from New Zealand. Click here for a full player profile.
The 73-year-old tennis player was born in New Zealand. He played on the amateur tour in New Zealand from 1996-1998 and was the 1967 singles champion at the Australian Championships. He reached the semifinals of the 1971 French Open doubles tournament. Countdown to Brian’s next birthday.
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Brian Fairlie said he was "surprised and honoured" to receive an honorary life membership from West End Tennis Club in Auckland yesterday, particularly after a few early misdemeanours.
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New Zealand Players in finals at Junior Grand Slams AUSTRALIAN OPEN Brian Fairlie Boy’s Singles Champion 1967 David Lewis Boy’s Doubles Champion 1981 Steven Downs Boy’s Singles Runner Up 1993 Marina Erakovic Girl’s Doubles Champion 2005 Finn Reynolds Boy’s Doubles Runners Up 2017 FRENCH OPEN