Ashley Cooper Wiki
Ashley Cooper In 1957, he led the Australian Davis Cup team that included Mal Anderson and Merv Rose, who defeated the United States in the challenge round at Kooyong. The following year, the result was reversed and Cooper was so upset by the loss that he tried to withdraw from a professional contract that he had signed with Jack Kramer because he felt he owed it to Australi
Her public profile was further increased when she married Helen Wood, the reigning Miss Australia in 1959. Her wedding drew more than 3,000 viewers, some of whom got into the car trying to get a closer look at the golden couple
After a back injury cruelly shortened his professional career, Cooper returned to Brisbane, where he had a successful career in business, and then served as Tennis Queensland and Tennis Australia as administrator. During his tenure, the old Milton courts were demolished and a new tennis center was built on the site of an abandoned power plant. “We kept working and working and working until we put it together,” Cooper said. Throughout his life, Cooper was honored for the roles he played, including the Order of Australia. He was also inducted into the Australian and International Tennis Hall of Fame plus the Queensland Sports Hall of Fame
A walking bridge giving visitors access to the Queensland Tennis Centre is named in his memory.
“Ashley was a giant of the game both as a brilliant player and an astute administrator and he will be greatly missed,” Tennis Australia CEO Craig Tiley said
was a wonderful champion, on and off the court. And what a backhand! So many cherished memories. Farewell my friend. My thoughts are with Ashley’s wife, Helen, and his family,” Laver posted after offering a statement to TA.
“You learn from the top. I am looking at Frank Sedgman and Ken McGregor and Lew Hoad and Ken Rosewall and Ashley Cooper and all these guys.
“Neale Fraser, and they ruled the world in tennis, a whole group from the 50s to the 70s I guess and that was something that was part of the whole mould.
“Everybody respected everybody’s ability on the court and gave everybody the chance. If you win, you shake their hand. And if you lose, well then that is what happened.”
Ashley Cooper Age
Age83 Born on September 15, 1936 BirthplaceMelbourne, Victoria
Ashley Cooper CAUSE OF Death
Cooper died of serious head and internal injuries after a high-speed racing accident.  Preliminary investigation suggests his car may have cut a railing at more than 200 km / h (120 mph) at the Clipsal 500 m
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Ashley Cooper Family
On September 11, 2010, in Dorset, Shaftesbury married Dinah Streifeneder (born September 12, 1980 in Munich), daughter of Dr. Fritz Streifeneder, a retired German orthopedic surgeon, and Renata Leander-Streifeneder, an Argentine physical therapist. .  He spent his early years in Rome, Italy.  The Countess of Shaftesbury is a veterinarian by profession and has led the restoration of the St Giles home.  The couple has three children. Her son Anthony Francis Wolfgang Ashley-Cooper, Lord Ashley, born January 24, 2011, is his father’s apparent heir and the only person in the line of succession to the county. A daughter, Lady Viva Constance Lillemor Ashley-Cooper, was born on April 22, 2012, and another daughter, Lady Zara Emily Tove Ashley-Cooper, on October 17, 2014
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