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By Nick Georgandis

May 15 - ATP world No. 4 Andy Murray of Scotland turns 25.  Murray, who has been ranked as high as No. 2 in the world, is a three-time Grand Slam finalist.

May 16 - Argentina's Gabriela Sabatini, who won the 1990 US Open singles title and the 1988 Wimbledon doubles crown turns 42.  Sabatini won 27 WTA titles in her career as well as the silver medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics.

May 17 - Australian Tony Roche, who amassed a career Grand Slam in men's doubles (12 total) along with two mixed doubles Slams and the single title at Roland Garros in 1966, turns 67. Roche has been arguably as succsessful as a coach as he was during his playing days, giving guidance to former No. 1s Lleyton Hewitt, Roger Federer, Patrick Rafter and Ivan Lendl.

May 18 - South African pro Kevin Anderson turns 26. At 6 feet, 8 inches, Anderson is the third tallest player in ATP history, behind only Ivo Karlovic and John Isner.

May 19 - Czechoslovakia's Miloslaw Mecir turns 48. Mecir won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in 1988. Mecir also reached the finals of two Grand Slams.