General Frank Igor
Puncec
Male
South Africa
1951-07-09
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About

Punčec is the son of Croatian tennis player Franjo Punčec, who played for the Yugoslav Davis Cup team. His parents emigrated to South Africa in 1948 and Frank was born soon after in 1951, one of three children to Franjo and Zora.

As a professional player in the 1980s, he reached a best singles ranking of 179 in the world. Most notably he featured in the main draw of the 1983 French Open, where he was beaten in the first round by countryman Danie Visser.



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Archive statistics 1970 - 1983
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Tournaments Roland Garros - 1983 Tel Aviv Open - 1983 Johannesburg Challenger - 1982 Le Touquet - 1981 Chichester - 1981 Royan - 1981 Tel Aviv Open - 1981 Geneva Open - 1981 Johannesburg Open - 1981 Switzerland Satellite Masters - 1981 Switzerland Satellite Leg 1 - 1981 Switzerland Satellite Leg 2 - 1981 Switzerland Satellite Leg 3 - 1981 Switzerland Satellite Leg 4 - 1981 Brussels Challenger - 1981 Messina Challenger - 1981 Bari Challenger - 1981 Athens International - 1981 Le Touquet - 1980 Conde de Godo - 1980 Wimbledon Qualifying - 1980 Johannesburg Open - 1980 Switzerland Satellite Masters - 1980 Switzerland Satellite Leg 1 - 1980 Switzerland Satellite Leg 2 - 1980 Switzerland Satellite Leg 3 - 1980 Switzerland Satellite Leg 4 - 1980 Switzerland Satellite Leg 2 - Qualifying - 1980 Brussels Challenger - 1980 Turin Challenger - 1980 Cozenza - 1980 Wimbledon Qualifying - 1979 Switzerland Satellite Masters - 1979 Switzerland Satellite Leg 1 - 1979 Switzerland Satellite Leg 3 - 1979 Switzerland Satellite Leg 4 - 1979 South Africa Satellite - Leg 3 - 1979 Lee-on-Solent - 1976 Border Championships - 1970

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