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Carin Anderholm

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Carin Anderholm

Carin Anderholm is a former professional tennis player from Sweden who won the 1983 French Open girls' doubles championship with Helena Olsson and played on the WTA tour.[1]

Life and career

Carin Anderholm was born in Sweden on 11 March 1966.[2]


  1. ^ Carin Anderholm on Stevengtennis
  2. ^ Carin Anderholm on Tennis abstract
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