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James Trotman

James Trotman (born 1979) is a British tennis player who retired early from tennis due to ongoing injuries.

Trotman was born in Ipswich in 1979 and originally played tennis at his local club, Sproughton Tennis Club.

As a junior player he was world class and won 1995 Wimbledon Championships boys doubles with Martin Lee and 1997 Australian Open boys doubles with David Sherwood. He and Lee did also make one main draw appearance in the Senior Wimbledon doubles championship, in 1997. They lost in the first round to Henrik Holm and Nils Holm, 4-6, 6-3, 3-6.

Persistent injuries prevented him from making an impact at senior professional level. His career high ATP doubles ranking was World No. 810. (He never earned any singles ranking points.)

Since retiring as a player Trotman has moved into coaching. Among the people he has worked with are Anne Keothavong and Naomi Cavaday.

External links

  • ITF Player Biography

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