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Lendl

 (lĕn′dl), Ivan Born 1960.
Czechoslovakian-born tennis player who was the top-ranked male player in the world for 157 consecutive weeks (1985-1988).

Lendl

(ˈlɛndəl)
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(Biography) Ivan (iːˈvæn, -ˈvɑːn). born 1960, Czech tennis player and coach; won eight Grand Slam singles titles (1984–90)
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Noun1.Lendl - United States tennis player (born in Czechoslovakia) who won several singles championships; in 1992 he became a United States citizen (born in 1960)
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Andy Murray has mutually agreed to end his relationship with coach Ivan Lendl for a second time, the British former world number one said.
Nov 18 (ANI): Andy Murray has split with his coach Ivan Lendl for the second time, the former number one Tennis player announced on Friday.
ANDY MURRAY has split for a second time with Ivan Lendl - the coach who has led him to all his Grand Slam and Olympic success.
IVAN LENDL last night backed Andy Murray to fight his way through the pain barrier for another shot at Wimbledon glory.
ANDY Murray is reaping the benefits of being healthy, according to coach Ivan Lendl.
TENNIS By ELEANOR CROOKS ANDY MURRAY is reaping the benefits of being healthy, according to coach Ivan Lendl.
Lendl returned to Murray's camp ahead of the tournament after an absence of more than two years and the partnership is once again flourishing.
IVAN LENDL reckons Andy Murray is now an even better player than when they first worked together.
WHEN Ivan Lendl and John McEnroe met in the Wimbledon semi-finals in 1983 they could not have imagined that 33 years later they would be on opposite sides of the Centre Court net once more.
ANDY Murray is feeling the benefit of having Ivan Lendl back in his corner as he prepares for another Wimbledon semi-final.
Ivan swaps golf clubs for All England Club to help Murray AVID golfer Ivan Lendl thought he'd be worrying more about handicaps than aces over the course of the next fortnight.
The following year, Lendl was the driving force behind Murray's win over Novak Djokovic and almost cracked a smile as the Dunblane ace became the first British man to lift the trophy in 77 years.