Radmilo Armenulić

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Radmilo Armenulić
Born 1940
Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Occupation tennis player and coach

Radmilo Armenulić (Belgrade, 1940), is a former Serbian and Yugoslav tennis player and tennis coach.[1]

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Radmilo was born in Belgrade 1940, and began his career in Partizan Tennis Club. He was a state champion in the junior categories and played in the Galea Cup (under 21 years). After the conflict with selector, Radmilo went to Germany where he had an enviable career as a tennis player and a tennis coach. He spent 12 years in Offenbach. Armenulić was the longest serving federal captain in the history of Yugoslavian and Serbian tennis, and perhaps beyond - 17 years and three months.[1] Radmilo Armenulić trained a generation of very talented players: Bruno Orešar, Goran Prpić, Slobodan Živojinović, Goran Ivanišević. Three times they were the champions of the Balkans, three times the third in the world for players under 21 in the Galea Cup, three times in semifinals World Group Davis Cup (1988, 1989, 1991), and six years they were among the top eight in the world.[2]

His first wife was singer Silvana Armenulić, with whom he has a daughter Gordana.[1]

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