Julian Snow (real tennis)
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He also won 8 national Open titles: 4 British Opens (1992–1994, 1998), 2 US Opens (1996,1997), French Open (1992), and Australian Open (1992), as well as 15 Open doubles titles (6 US, 4 French, 3 Aus, 2 British) between 1985 & 2015. He was ranked No. 1 in the world from November 1992 to October 1993, and won the inaugural World Championship Doubles with American professional Tim Chisholm in 2001 at the Burroughs Club, Middlesex University in north London.
He has worked as futures trader and as a full-time gambler betting on horseracing. In 2005 he moved to Australia to study law at the University of Melbourne. He signed the Bar Roll in Victoria, to practise as a barrister, on 22 May 2008.
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