Ivan Lendl - Übersetzung nach Englisch

Ivan Lendl - Übersetzung nach Englisch

  • Lendl (far right) talking to [[Judy Murray]].
  • Ivan Lendl in the final of the 1984 ABN World Tennis tournament in Rotterdam

Ivan Lendl         
n. Ivan Lendl (geboren 1960), in Tschechien geborener amerkanischer Tennisspieler und Gewinner von 64 Titel
Ivan Lendl         
Ivan Lendl, (born 1960)
Ivan Turgenev         
  • Ivan Turgenev hunting (1879) by [[Nikolai Dmitriev-Orenburgsky]] (private collection)
  • Turgenev late in his career.
  • [[Pauline Viardot]], by P. F. Sokolov, 1840s
  • 1993 Russian 1 rouble coin]] commemorating the 175th anniversary of Turgenev's birth
  • Portrait of Ivan Turgenev by [[Eugène Lami]], c. 1843–1844
  • Oxford]], 1879
  • Ivan Turgenev, 1880
  • [[Spasskoye-Lutovinovo]], Turgenev's estate near [[Oryol]]
RUSSIAN WRITER (1818–1883)
Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev; Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev; Ivan Turgueniev; Ivan Sergeievich Turgenev; Ivan S. Turgenev; Turgenev; Iwan Sergejewitsch Turgenew; Ivan Turgenieff; Ivan Tourguéneff; Ivan Tourgueneff; Turgeniev; Ivan Sergeevič Turgenev; Ivan Sergejevič Turgeněv; Ivan Turgeněv; Turgenevian; Тургенев; Иван Сергеевич Тургенев; Ivan Tourgueniev
n. Ivan Turgenev, Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev (1818-1883), ussischer Roman- und Bühnenschriftsteller


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Ivan Lendl

Ivan Lendl (Czech pronunciation: [ˈɪvan ˈlɛndl̩]; born March 7, 1960) is a Czech–American former professional tennis player. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Lendl was ranked world No. 1 in singles for 270 weeks and won 94 singles titles. He won eight major singles titles and was runner-up a joint record 11 times (tied with Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic), making him the first man to contest 19 major finals. Lendl also contested a record eight consecutive US Open finals, and won seven year-end championships.

Lendl is the only man in professional tennis history to have a match winning percentage of over 90% in five different years (1982, 1985, 1986, 1987, and 1989). He also had a comfortable head-to-head winning record against his biggest rivals, which translates to a 22–13 record (4–3 in major matches) against Jimmy Connors and a 21–15 record (7–3 in major matches) against John McEnroe.

Lendl's dominance of his era was the most evident at the year-end championships, which feature the eight best-ranked singles players. He holds a win–loss record at the event of 39–10, having contested the final nine consecutive times, a record.

Commonly referred to as the 'Father Of Modern Tennis' and 'The Father Of The Inside-Out Forehand', Lendl pioneered a new style of tennis; his game was built around his forehand, hit hard and with a heavy topspin, and his success is cited as a primary influence in popularizing the now-common playing style of aggressive baseline power tennis. After retirement, he became a tennis coach for several players; in particular, he helped Andy Murray win three major titles and reach the world No. 1 ranking.

Beispiele aus Textkorpus für Ivan Lendl
1. Only Ilie Nastase in 1'71–73 and Ivan Lendl in 1'85–87 had previously achieved the feat.
2. Only Ilie Nastase in 1'71–73 and Ivan Lendl in 1'85–87 have achieved three–in–a–row.
3. The runaway world number one is chasing a third consecutive title –– a feat last achieved by Ivan Lendl in 1'85–1'87.
4. Only Ilie Nastase in 1'71–73 and Ivan Lendl in 1'85–87 have won three in a row at the season–ending championships.
5. In the same year Shales upset Jimmy Connors, who defaulted after the fourth set of a Key Biscayne semi–final against Ivan Lendl because of an over–rule.