British-Canadian former Tennis star Greg Rusedski was renowned on the tour for having one of the biggest serves around, holding the world record of 149mph for many years. Turning professional in 1991, Greg enjoyed a sixteen year career, representing both Canada and the UK during his time on court. Reaching the status of British No.1 in both 1997 and 1999, Greg was a consistent and high performing Tennis star who was part of one of the golden eras of men’s tennis.
Winning his first singles tournament at the Hall of Fame championship in Rhode Island in 1993, Rusedski went on to reach the singles final of the US Open in 1997, narrowly losing to Pat Rafter in four sets. It was at this time that Greg reached his highest career ranking of fourth in the world.
Discussing what it takes to be on top of your game in all aspects of life as a sports speaker, Greg’s engaging style of delivery makes him one of the most desirable personalities on the after dinner speaker circuit. An ideal tennis speaker for events, Greg has a number of anecdotal tales to share with audiences, providing an insight into the world of elite sport.
Greg has some incredible stories to tell; from his childhood where his parents had the almost impossible decision of choosing which son to support, to his years on the tour where he played in the US Open final just days after the tragic death of Princess Diana.
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