Alexandra Fusai Birthday, Date of Birth

Alexandra Fusai (born 22 November 1973) is a former professional tennis player from France.

Fusai was born in Saint-Cloud, Hauts-de-Seine. Starting from September 1989 when she turned professional, Fusai played four tournaments (all of them part of the ITF Women's Circuit) on the international tennis circuit in 1989. She played right-handed and lived in Nantes during her career. She retired from the professional tennis circuit in April 2003 when she discovered that she was pregnant with her first child. Fusai's highest WTA rankings were No. 37 and No. 6 respectively, both attained in 1998. Her career prize money earnings reached the one million USD-mark in 1999.

Fusai won six singles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit. She reached her only career WTA Tour singles final in Warsaw in 1995, losing to Barbara Paulus of Austria in three sets. She was a losing singles quarterfinalist on six occasions and a losing singles semifinalist on three occasions in WTA tournaments. Fusai never advanced beyond the singles third round of the main draw of any Grand Slam tournament. She earned her career-best singles victory at the Italian Open in Rome in 1998 by beating world No. 3 Jana Novotná.

Fusai excelled as a doubles player. She achieved her best results in doubles competition in partnership with fellow Frenchwoman Nathalie Tauziat from 1997 to 2000. She was a losing quarterfinalist on four occasions and a losing semifinalist on three occasions in seven Grand Slam women's doubles tournaments; in five of those tournaments, her doubles partner was Tauziat. Fusai's doubles performances qualified her to play in the year-ending WTA Tour Championships in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000. and 2001; her doubles partner was Tauziat in the 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000 editions of the WTA Tour Championships. She and Tauziat were the runners-up there in 1997 and 1998. All in all, Fusai won a total of 12 WTA Tour doubles titles, eight of them with Tauziat. She was the doubles runner-up in WTA Tour tournaments on 21 occasions, eleven of them with Tauziat. Fusai was a losing doubles semifinalist in WTA tournaments on 27 occasions, excluding Grand Slam tournaments: 1992(1), 1993(1), 1994(1), 1995(2), 1996(1), 1997(3), 1998(4), 1999(4), 2000(3), 2001(6), 2003(1). Fusai had a career women's doubles win-loss record of 300–225 (260–192 for only main draw matches in WTA Tour tournaments).

Fusai achieved her best mixed-doubles result at the 2001 French Open; she was paired with Jérôme Golmard and they lost in the quarterfinals. Fusai was a member of the France Fed Cup team that won the title in 1997, winning all the three World Group doubles matches that she played from the opening round (quarterfinals) against Japan to the final against the Netherlands. She also played for her country in the Fed Cup in 1994 and 1998. She had a Fed Cup career record of 1–1 in singles and 5–1 in doubles. However, Fusai did not play for her country in the Olympic Games.

Fusai married David Crochu on 13 July 2002. Their son Oscar was born on 7 December 2003.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Thursday, November 22, 1973
Place of Birth
Saint-Cloud
Age
47
Star Sign

The November 22, 1973 was a Thursday under the star sign of . It was the 325 day of the year. President of the United States was Richard M. Nixon.

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22nd of November 1973 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on November 22, 1973

Microfilm on Kennedy's Life To Be Presented to Library

Date: 23 November 1973

J J Fahey will present 19 rolls of microfilm representing more than 30,000 newspaper clippings on career of Pres Kennedy to Kennedy Memorial Library in Dec; 1st set of microfilm was donated to Library of Cong and other sets will be sold; Sen E Kennedy and Library dir D W Fenn will accept microfilm in Nov 23 ceremony

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Wilkes-Barre Paper Struck

Date: 22 November 1973

Wilkes-Barre, Pa, Times-Leader News Record on Nov 21 is forced to suspend publication after 120 printers go on strike

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COURT BACKS ORDER ON NEWS DISCLOSURE

Date: 22 November 1973

Mass Sup Judicial Ct on Nov 20 upholds lower ct order that compels reporter L R Gallese (Wall St Journal) to disclose her sources in connection with libel suit involving name of Stoneham official whom Gallese quoted in '72 concerning effect of state's zoning laws; Chief Justice G J Tauro, in 12-page decision, says 1st Amendment gives reporters no protection against being compelled to disclose their news sources in connection with ct proceedings; Andover contractor W D'Annolfo brought $100,000 libel suit against Journal and Gallese contending he was defamed by Stoneham official's statement; R J Kenney Jr, atty representing both Gallese and Dow Jones & Co, which publishes Journal, says ruling is being studied to determine if appeal will be taken to US Sup Ct

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Pressmen and 3 Newspapers Agree on a New 2-Year Pact

Date: 22 November 1973

Printing Pressmen's Union Local 2 and publishers of NY Daily News, NY Times and NY Post on Nov 21 reach agreement on new 2-yr contract; pact is subject to ratification by membership at meeting Dec 2; local pres W J Kennedy repts that tentative agreement provides for wage increase of $13.85 a wk on day shift in each of 2 yrs, plus 1.5% of payroll contribution by publishers to union's welfare fund; Natl Labor Relations Bd acting regional dir W D Morio repts that he has found that publishers of 3 newspapers were not in violation of Natl Labor Relations Act, as had been charged by Typographical Union Local 6

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NIXON POPULARITY REVIVING IN SOUTH; President's Visit to 3 States and Republican Efforts Help to Build Support Nixon's Popularity

Date: 22 November 1973

By ROY REEDSpecial to The New York Times

Nixon's popularity seen reviving in South; resurgence of his standing in South, which has steadily been source of his greatest strength, began even before his Southern tour on weekend of Nov 16-17; his visit to Fla, Ga and Tenn is seen boosting it further; Southerners have practically stopped calling for his resignation or impeachment; number of Southern Dems have begun to defend him; Montgomery Advertiser ed cited as typical of attitude toward Nixon; ed says there was 'fever' for impeachment after firing of Cox but it has ebbed and it expects Nixon to remain in office; study of Nixon's standing in South also shows that young but growing Repub party in South appears to have suffered only slight setbacks because of Watergate and, because of fast work by party leaders, is already recovering; revival of Nixon's popularity is coupled with revival of South's distrust of natl news media; 1 of unexpected beneficiaries of Watergate seems to be Gov Wallace; apparently anticipating eventual shift toward Nixon, Wallace has refused to discuss Watergate; other signs of Nixon's reviving popularity in South detailed

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Ellsberg Burglary Cited in Push By A.F.L.-C.I.O. to Oust Nixon

Date: 23 November 1973

Special to The New York Times

AFL-CIO issues its 3d wkly statement detailing charges against Pres Nixon in its drive for Nixon's impeachment; statements outline 19 charges that orgn has said constitute 'bill of particulars' against Nixon; charges, in part, that Nixon committed impeachable offense by obstructing justice in name of 'natl security'

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Ukraine Holds Nixon Above Criticism; Passed Up Story

Date: 23 November 1973

By CHRISTOPHER S. WRENSpecial to The New York Times

Christopher WRENSpecial

Pres Nixon remains untarnished symbol of reconciliation in Zaporozhe, indus center of almost 700,000 in southern Ukraine, USSR; that Watergate affair means little or nothing to town is result of cautious treatment scandal has received in natl press and almost lack of treatment by local press; map

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Ellsberg and Sakharov will Get SANE Award

Date: 23 November 1973

SANE, which describes itself as citizens orgn for sane world, announces on Nov 22 that it will present Eleanor Roosevelt Peace Awards for '73 to Dr D Ellsberg and Soviet dissident physicist Prof A D Sakharov; announcement made by former US Sen W Morse and Prof S Melman; cites Sakharov for his 'courageous' work for 'peaceful coexistence with humanist values, carried out at great personal risk'

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Radio; Talks, Sports, Events News Broadcasts

Date: 23 November 1973

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Radio; Talks, Sports, Events News Broadcasts

Date: 22 November 1973

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