Who is Michael Chang?
He was the first Asian tennis player to hit the top 10 world rankings. He was the youngest male ever to win a Grand Slam title -- the 1989 French Open -- at 17 years and 3 months, and the first American to lift the trophy since Tony Trabert in 1955. He concluded his legendary career on Tues., Aug. 26, 2003 at the U.S. Open, where he played an astonishing 17 consecutive times.
So why doesn't he get more media coverage?
Stumped me there. Hopefully this tribute site has changed that. The Man MC includes tons of info gathered from sources worldwide that, until now, have remained trivia to many fans. Although work on this site has stopped, you can still post reports on our guestbook!
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Special recognition goes out to the Hong Kong SAR Dept. of Education, which specially selected this Web site for use in their secondary school compulsory English curriculum.
No part of this site may be reproduced in any way, shape, or form without consent from the webmaster. This page was begun on Jan. 9, 1997. It is unofficial and is not affiliated to Michael, his family, or his fan club (I only say this because someone actually thought that I was his manager).