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Mikael Pernfors

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Mikael Pernfors (born 16 July 1963) is a former professional tennis player from Sweden. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mikael Pernfors has received more than 122,874 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Mikael Pernfors is the 344th most popular tennis player (up from 353rd in 2019), the 1,009th most popular biography from Sweden (down from 864th in 2019) and the 14th most popular Swedish Tennis Player.

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  • 1.74

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Among tennis players, Mikael Pernfors ranks 344 out of 1,148Before him are Vera Zvonareva, Anastasia Myskina, Gardnar Mulloy, Heinrich Schomburgk, Sidney Wood, and Benoît Paire. After him are Matteo Berrettini, Andreas Seppi, Ashleigh Barty, Lesley Turner Bowrey, Nancye Wynne Bolton, and Andrey Rublev.

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Among people born in 1963, Mikael Pernfors ranks 446Before him are Dan Osman, Liu Huan, Frank Peterson, Filippo Galli, Aaron Burckhard, and José Basualdo. After him are Andy Timmons, Terry Farrell, Tracey Emin, Joaquim Cruz, Toshiya Miura, and Aloísio Pires Alves.

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In Sweden

Among people born in Sweden, Mikael Pernfors ranks 1,009 out of 1,612Before him are Claes-Göran Hederström (1945), Anders Wejryd (1948), Lisa Ekdahl (1971), Christer Björkman (1957), Osvald Moberg (1888), and Hasse Borg (1953). After him are Jean-Paul Vonderburg (1964), Tove Lo (1987), Marcus Ericsson (1990), Joakim Brodén (1980), Håkan Loob (1960), and Bosson (1969).


Among tennis players born in Sweden, Mikael Pernfors ranks 14Before him are Robin Söderling (1984), Joakim Nyström (1963), Jonas Björkman (1972), Magnus Norman (1976), Thomas Johansson (1975), and Carl Kempe (1884). After him are Thomas Enqvist (1974), Magnus Gustafsson (1967), Simon Aspelin (1974), Nicklas Kulti (1971), Robert Lindstedt (1977), and Joachim Johansson (1982).