On this day in tennis history: Kriek vs Chang in a final

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As mentioned on Twitter today by @ThisDayInTennis: “Oct. 2, 1988: Michael Chang, 16, beats @johankriek, 14 years his senior, 62 63 to win Transamerica Open in San Francisco.”

As we mentioned in a post before, Johan did get his revenge against Chang later on.

Last time the two players played a tournament together was in 2012 at the Champions Tour in Delray Beach, FL. Aaron Krickstein, Ivan Lendl, Michael Pernfors and Jimmy Arias were some of the other players competing in that event.

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Daga Mrozek Kriek began playing tennis at the age of 9, in her native country, Poland, achieving the number 3 ranking in Juniors for three consecutive years. She has also excelled in collegiate tennis at Virginia Tech where she played for four years on a full athletic scholarship. She was named the team’s Most Valuable Player in 1996 and was a member of the Atlantic 10 Championship Team from 1996 to 1999.

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