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TOR2000080604 - 06 AUGUST 2000 - TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA: Qualifier Harel Levy of Israel grimaces after making an unforced error late in the men's singles final against Russian Marat Safin at the Tennis Masters Series in Toronto, Canada, August 6. Safin defeated Levy 6-2, 6-3 to win the tournament. jr/cc/Christine Chew UPI
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Har'el Levy (Hebrew: הראל לוי; born 5 August 1978, in Kibbutz Nahshonim, Israel) is an Israeli professional male tennis player. Levy's best singles ranking was # 30 in the world in 2001, and his best doubles ranking was # 76 in 2007.

Levy, Noam Okun, and Dudi Sela have been Israel's top singles players over the last few years, and are among a number of Jewish professional tennis players.

In a career interrupted by both Israeli Army service and serious hip surgery, his best results include beating Pete Sampras, Michael Chang, Igor Andreev, and Igor Kunitsyn, reaching the singles finals in the Toronto Masters Series and Nottingham, and winning a doubles title in Newport, Rhode Island.

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