Wilhelm Bungert

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Wilhelm Paul Bungert (born 1 April 1939) is a former German tennis player best known for reaching the 1967 Wimbledon final. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Wilhelm Bungert has received more than 20,811 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Wilhelm Bungert is the 245th most popular tennis player, the 4,071st most popular biography from Germany and the 10th most popular German Tennis Player.

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Among tennis players, Wilhelm Bungert ranks 245 out of 1,148Before him are Winifred McNair, Frank Sedgman, Thelma Coyne Long, Jonas Björkman, George Hillyard, and Radek Štěpánek. After him are Mal Anderson, Andriy Medvedev, Fernando González, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Albert Costa, and Lindsay Davenport.

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Among people born in 1939, Wilhelm Bungert ranks 405Before him are Gérard Hausser, Paul Drayton, Murray Rose, Karel Schoeman, Telesphore Toppo, and Erwin Teufel. After him are Margaret Drabble, Robert A. M. Stern, R. D. Burman, Paride Tumburus, Marino Perani, and Paul Winter.

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Among people born in Germany, Wilhelm Bungert ranks 4,071 out of 5,289Before him are Tomer Sisley (1974), Hans Schlegel (1951), Peter Baltes (1958), Jens Voigt (1971), Sven Bender (1989), and Erwin Teufel (1939). After him are Max Streibl (1932), Malu Dreyer (1961), Toni Merkens (1912), Jens Nowotny (1974), Uwe Hohn (1962), and Rainer Brüderle (1945).


Among tennis players born in Germany, Wilhelm Bungert ranks 10Before him are Gottfried von Cramm (1909), Hilde Krahwinkel Sperling (1908), Michael Stich (1968), Cilly Aussem (1909), Tommy Haas (1978), and Angelique Kerber (1988). After him are Heinrich Schomburgk (1885), Sylvia Hanika (1959), Dustin Brown (1984), Philipp Kohlschreiber (1983), Anke Huber (1974), and Nicolas Kiefer (1977).