Toma Ovici

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Toma Ovici (born 31 [1] or 13 [2] May 1949) to Jewish Holocaust survivors in Tirgu Mures, Romania. He is a right-handed former Romanian tennis player. His highest ATP ranking was number 133, achieved on August 9, 1974. At the end of 1973, finished ranked 53 in the Commercial Union Grand Prix Table. Twice Romanian Singles Champion in 1973 and 1975 respectively.

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References

  1. "Toma OVICI" . Retrieved May 27, 2014.
  2. "Târgu-Mureş:Copiii mureşeni pot călca pe urmele lui Nadal sau Federer" (in Romanian). Retrieved May 27, 2014.