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Profile of Mansour Bahrami

One of the most colorful and entertaining players on the senior circuit, Mansour Bahrami taught himself to play tennis when he was a ball boy in Iran. Court Jester looks at his life, career, and the difficult path to triumph in the game he loved. Though he was denied the chance to play professional tennis until he was 30 years old, Bahrami emerged victorious, and continues to be among the most popular players to ever hold a racquet, wowing audiences and opponents alike with his notorious trick shots and exuberance for the game.