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'''Andrew Sznajder''' (born May 25, 1967 in Preston, United Kingdom) is a Canadian former professional tennis player. Sznajder was born in Preston, United Kingdom and moved to Toronto, Ontario, Canada at age seven. He achieved a career-high singles ranking of world No. 46 on September 25, 1989. This was the highest any Canadian male was ranked in singles by the ATP until Greg Rusedski made it to No. 41 (before becoming a British citizen; subsequently in February 2011, [[Milos Raonic]] reached
Sznajder retired in 1996 and was inducted into the Canadian Tennis Hall of Fame in 2002. Upon retiring from the tour, Sznajder worked as Product Manager at PageNet Canada Inc. for 10 years. He then founded his own tennis health and racquet club software company, and directs his own tennis academy ASTA, and GSM Tennis Club, in Kitchener, Ontario. He continued to play competitively, and captured the 2002 Ontario Indoor Championship. He also became a top-ranking competitor on the ITF sanctioned Senior Circuit Over-35s.