General Lawrence Bennett (Chip)
Hooper
Male
United States of America
1958-10-24
Washington, D.C., United States of America


About

He achieved a high ranking of No.17. In his first full year on the ATP tour, he broke the top 20 rankings.
He was a member of the USTA Junior Davis Cup team in 1981 and received the ATP Newcomer of the Year award in 1982.
Chip won 5 doubles titles.
He reached the quarterfinals of the 1981 NCAA Men's Championships.
He lost to Jimmy Connors in the round of 16 at the 1982 French Open.
At 6-foot-6, he was one of the most imposing figures on the tour.
He earned All-American honors at the University of Arkansas in 1980-1981 and is regarded as the best player ever to attend that University because he was the first two-time All-American in singles in Arkansas Razorback history (1980-81).



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Archive statistics 1979 - 1988
3
245
135


Tournament wins 1982 - Texas Professional Open (Open)
1981 - United States 3 Satellite - Masters (Open)
1979 - Nassau Beach Open (Open)


Tournaments Australian Open - 1988 US Open - 1987 Wimbledon - 1986 US Open - 1986 Wimbledon - 1985 US Open - 1985 Queens Club Tournament - 1985 Delray Beach - 1985 Milano Indoors - 1985 Toronto Indoor - 1985 Las Vegas - 1985 Lorraine Open - 1985 Brussels Indoor - 1985 US International Indoor - Qualifying - 1985 Brussels Indoor - Qualifying - 1985 Chicago - 1985 Australian Open - 1984 Wimbledon - 1984 Roland Garros - 1984 US Open - 1984 Queens Club Tournament - 1984 US International Indoor Championships - 1984 Brisbane International - 1984 Bavarian International Championships - 1984 Auckland - 1984 ABN AMRO Rotterdam - 1984 Madrid Open - 1984 Florence International - 1984 Washington Open - 1984 Milano Indoors - 1984 Columbus Open - 1984 Australian Indoors - 1984 Maui Classic - 1984 Stockholm Open - 1984 Wembley Indoor - 1984 Toulouse Indoor - 1984 Melbourne Indoor - 1984 AMF Head Cup - 1984 Wembley Indoor - Qualifying - 1984 Brussels Indoor - Qualifying - 1984 Australian Open - 1983 Wimbledon - 1983 South Australian Championships - 1983 Monte Carlo - 1983 Roland Garros - 1983 US Open - 1983 New South Wales Championships - 1983 Canadian International Championships - 1983 Pacific Coast Championship - 1983 Cincinnati - 1983 Queens Club Tournament - 1983 Pacific Southwest Championships - 1983 US International Indoor Championships - 1983 Brisbane International - 1983 Dallas Open - 1983 Philadelphia Indoors - 1983 Milano Indoors - 1983 Columbus Open - 1983 Las Vegas - 1983 WCT - Munich - 1983 Australian Indoors - 1983 Maui Classic - 1983 Oklahoma Open - 1983 Tokyo Indoor - 1983 Lorraine Open - 1983 European Community Championship - 1983 Wimbledon - 1982 Roland Garros - 1982 US Open - 1982 Canadian International Championships - 1982 Pacific Coast Championship - 1982 Cincinnati - 1982 Queens Club Tournament - 1982 Pacific Southwest Championships - 1982 US International Indoor Championships - 1982 Swiss International Covered Courts - 1982 Caribbean Championships - 1982 Bavarian International Championships - 1982 ABN AMRO Rotterdam - 1982 Tampa Open - 1982 Hall of Fame Championships - 1982 Philadelphia Indoors - 1982 Milano Indoors - 1982 Columbus Open - 1982 Las Vegas - 1982 Stockholm Open - 1982 Monterrey Open - 1982 Wembley Indoor - 1982 Tokyo Indoor - 1982 Amelia Island - 1982 Australia Super Challenge - 1982 Frankfurt Open - 1982 AMF Head Cup - 1982 Texas Professional Open - 1982 WCT - Dortmund - 1982 US Open - 1981 Intercollegiate Championships - 1981 Washington Open - 1981 Atlanta Open - 1981 Columbus Open - 1981 United States 3 Satellite - Leg 1 - 1981 United States 3 Satellite - Leg 2 - 1981 United States 3 Satellite - Leg 3 - 1981 United States 3 Satellite - Leg 4 - 1981 United States 3 Satellite - Masters - 1981 US Open - 1980 Intercollegiate Championships - 1980 Columbus Open - 1980 Bahamas International - 1980 United States 4 Satellite - Leg 4 - 1980 United States 4 Satellite - Leg 4 - Qualifying - 1980 Nassau Beach Open - 1979

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