If he plays like that, he's going to win every matchAncic, Dupuis advance to Milan final Feb 14, 2004
I think Tim came up with some believable shots in the beginning. I don't think he made one unforced error. I didn't serve very wellNovak pulls off upset Mar 01, 2002
I never thought I was going to be a Grand Slam winner, but the way I had been playing these two weeks has just been greatJohansson over Safin for Australian title Jan 27, 2002
These two weeks have been the best two weeks of my life and today was just a dream come trueJohansson over Safin for Australian title Jan 27, 2002
Infobox last updated on: 25 August 2008.
Thomas Johansson (born 24 March, 1975, in Linköping, Sweden) is a professional tennis player. He's a former Australian Open singles champion and Olympic silver medalist in doubles.
Johansson began to play tennis at age five with his father, Krister. In 1989, became European 14s singles champion and won doubles title (w/Magnus Norman). Even when he injured his right elbow while playing Orange Bowl 16s in 1991, he reached the final, losing to Spain's Gonzalo Corrales. He finished No. 10 in 1993 world junior rankings.