Louk Sorensen

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January 7, 19851985-01-07
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Louk Sorensen (born 7 January 1985) is an Irish former professional tennis player.

Sorensen was the first player representing Ireland to win a Grand Slam event main draw match in the Open Era. His father, Sean, was the first Irishman to play a Grand Slam main draw match in the Open Era, going out in the first round of Wimbledon. (Matt Doyle reached the fourth round of the US Open in 1982 but played under the American flag then, only becoming an Irish citizen in 1985).

Since retiring from playing, Sorensen has begun coaching and currently coaches Australian player John Millman.

Sorensen's father Sean is the current captain of the Ireland Davis Cup team and played in the first round of Wimbledon in 1977, losing to Rod Laver. Sean also finished runner-up to Mats Wilander at an ATP Challenger Tour event in Buchholz, Germany, in February 1982. Louk's older brother, Kevin, was also a professional tennis player and competed for Ireland in the Davis Cup until 2006. He also has two sisters, Lisa and Josephine. Sorensen was raised in Germany and although his parents now live in Dublin, he remained in Stuttgart, training with German coach, Carsten Arriens, who also coached Germans Andreas Beck and Alexander Waske, and playing for third division Bundesliga tennis club TC Doggenburg. He is a prominent member of the Irish Davis Cup team, holding a 10–2 singles record, having made his debut in July 2005.

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Height 5 ft 9 in / 175 cm
Weight 154 lb / 70 kg
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Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Nationality German
Race / ethnicity White


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