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Ken Flach's death at the age of 54 this spring shocked not only his wife and close-knit family and friends, but also the tennis community worldwide. The former Wimbledon champion and Olympic gold medalist was in the prime of his life, according to his
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SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- On March 12, 2018, Olympic Gold Medalist, and lifelong athlete, Ken Flach, died a preventable death due to sepsis. Now, his widow, Christina Flach, is raising her voice to prevent other families from ...
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WIMBLEDON CHAMP KEN FLACH'S WIDOW SPEAKS OUT ON TENNIS GREAT'S SEPSIS DEATH. The family's attorney, Neal Pope, says nobody recommended emergency surgery to fix the problem. The lawsuit says the boy suffers pain and will have a ...
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Ken Flach, who came out of Kirkwood High School and Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and became one of the greatest doubles players in American tennis history, died Monday night (March 12, 2018) of complications from pneumonia. He was 54 ... - -
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NEW YORK — Ken Flach, who won four Grand Slam titles in men's doubles and two in mixed doubles, died Monday night in California, according to the ATP World Tour and International Tennis Federation. He was 54. In a posting on Facebook, Mr. Flach's ...
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NOVATO, Calif. - The death of a retired tennis champion from septic shock has launched his wife on a campaign to raise awareness of the illness. Ken Flach was a dominant doubles player for two decades, and his loss has been widely noted by the tennis ...
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Yannick Noah wasn't persuaded when his former coach Patrick Hagelauer asked him to become the French Davis Cup captain before the 1991 campaign. "His problem is that he's a man of extremes," said Hagelauer. "He can be extremely slow and lethargic, ...
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Flu-related death from sepsis and septic shock are on the rise, attributed to the widespread use of antibiotics, and the epidemic hit home in the tennis world this week when former U.S. star Ken Flach fell into critical condition and died after only
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Flach and Seguso made history defeating Spain's Sergio Casal and Emilio Sánchez in a pulsating five-set final to capture the gold medal at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, which marked tennis' return as an offical Olympic medal sport for the first time
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Ken Flach, who won four Grand Slam titles in men's doubles and two in mixed doubles, has died, according to the ATP World Tour and International Tennis Federation. He was 54. The ATP World Tour announced Tuesday that Flach died Monday night in ...
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Born in St Louis, Flach quickly showed an aptitude for a number of sports, but tennis became his chosen career. He played college tennis at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, where he formed a formidable doubles partnership with Seguso.
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Teaming with fellow Swede and expert volleyer Stefan Edberg, they prevailed in a fifth-set tiebreak to win the 1987 final over American duo Ken Flach and Robert Seguso. His final major title came with Jarryd in the 1991 final, where they defeated
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Ken Flach, qui avait formé avec Robert Seguso l'une des meilleures paires de double dans les années 80, est décédé ce mardi à 54 ans d'une pneumonie. Le Californien avait notamment remporté à deux reprises l'US Open (1985, 1993) et Wimbledon ... -
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ROMA - Tennis statunitense in lutto: si è spento lunedì all'età di 54 anni, a causa di una polmonite poi aggravatasi in sepsi, Ken Flach, ex numero 1 del mondo in doppio. Lo ha annunciato in una nota la Federazione tennis americana (USTA), rivolgendo
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... Leslie Nielson, Wayne Rogers and Steve Curry; boxer Muhammad Ali, model Anna Nicole Smith, radio personality Casey Kasem, professional tennis player Ken Flach, historian/author William L. O'Neil, Muppet creator Jim Henson, and Pope John Paul II.