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December 29, 1987 | LISA DILLMAN, Special to The Times
Ivan Lendl, who has been the world's No. 1 tennis player for more than two years, ended weeks of speculation Monday by announcing, as predicted, that he will form his own management firm. The move means the end of Lendl's longtime association with ProServ, a Washington management firm that has represented him for eight years. Lendl's new firm, Spectrum Sports, Inc., of Greenwich, Conn., will provide promotional and financial service for him, and, eventually, other athletes.
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December 29, 1987 | LISA DILLMAN, Special to The Times
Ivan Lendl, who has been the world's No. 1 tennis player for more than two years, ended weeks of speculation Monday by announcing, as predicted, that he will form his own management firm. The move means the end of Lendl's longtime association with ProServ, a Washington management firm that has represented him for eight years. Lendl's new firm, Spectrum Sports, Inc., of Greenwich, Conn., will provide promotional and financial service for him, and, eventually, other athletes.
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October 4, 1988 | THOMAS BONK, Times Staff Writer
Ivan Lendl may not be able to play tennis for 6 weeks, possibly 3 months, after undergoing shoulder surgery. Lendl, 28, the world's second-ranked player, had arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder at Centinela Hospital Medical Center Friday where Dr. Frank Jobe removed loose cartilage. According to a spokesman for Spectrum Sports Inc., Lendl's company in Greenwich, Conn., Jobe will examine Lendl again in 4 weeks to re-evaluate his status.
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September 17, 1988 | THOMAS BONK, Times Staff Writer
Ivan Lendl and John Frawley withdrew Friday from next week's Volvo tournament at the Los Angeles Tennis Center, and Eliot Teltscher surprisingly announced his immediate retirement, bringing to five the number of players who have pulled out of the event. Lendl, who also withdrew from the tournament the last time he was scheduled to play here, in 1986, informed the Assn. of Tennis Professionals (ATP) that he had a sore shoulder and could not play. The world's No.
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