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By Nick Georgandis

August 27: Former No. 1 Carlos Moya turns 36. The Spaniard won the 1998 French Open and was part of Spain's 2004 Davis Cup champion squad. Moya reached No. 1 in the world on March 15, 1999, holding the spot for two weeks.

August 29: Former No. 1 doubles player Jacco Eltingh turns 32. The native of the Netherlands won 44 career doubles titles and the career doubles Grand Slam - taking the Australian open in 1994 and 1998; the French Open in 1995 and 1998; WImbledon in 1998 and the US Open in 1994.

August 30: Seven-time Grand Slam champion Vic Seixas turns 89. The American won the 1953 WImbledon singles title and the 1954 US open crown. He also won the 1954 and 1955 French Open doubles crowns, the 1952 and 1954 US Open doubles crowns and the 1955 Australian Open doubles titles.

Six-time singles champion Juan Ignacio Chela turns 33. Chela peaked at No. 15 in the world in August of 2004 and is currently No. 85 in the world. Former American No. 1 Andy Roddick turns 30. Roddick won the 2003 US Open title and finished that season ranked No. 1 in the world. Two-time Latvian ATP tournament champion Ernests Gulbis turns 24. Gulbis has been ranked as high as No. 21 in the world, but is currently No. 119.

August 31: Former French Open finalist Andriy Medvedev is 38. Medvedev reached No. 4 in the world in 1994 and won 11 singles titles.

September 1: France's Gael Monfils, currently ranked No. 41 in the world, turns 26. Monfils has been ranked as high as No. 7 in the world, has four career titles and reached the French Open semifinals in 2008.