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    AspenTech is a proud sponsor of professional tennis player James Blake. As part of the sponsorship, James wears an AspenTech logo on his shirt during ATP matches and Grand Slam events.

    In addition, James makes appearances at AspenTech customer relationship events during Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, where he meets with customers and employees to share his insights on what it takes to stay focused on winning in the face of adversity.

    James-BlakeKnown for his speed, powerful forehand, and entertaining style of play, James has a compelling personal story. In 2004, he overcame a career-threatening neck injury, the loss of his father, and an illness that left him partially paralyzed and with blurred vision. Just a year later, he climbed from #210 to a top-10 ranking. In November 2006, he obtained his highest ranking of #4, and continues to be ranked in the top ATP rankings.

    “Competing at the highest level means focusing on results, dedication, tenacity, and hard work. These qualities define pro tennis player James Blake. His story of perseverance applies to business as well, where the ability to adapt and overcome challenges is critical to achieving success. We are honored to sponsor James who embodies the characteristics that define a winning attitude.”
    —Mark Fusco, President and CEO, AspenTech

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    James Blake—At a Glance
    • Born:
      December 29,1979
      Yonkers, NY

      Turned Pro:
      1999

      Career Record:
      349-229
      (includes ATP, Grand Slam and Davis Cup tournaments)

      Career Titles:
      16

      Highest Ranking:
      4th (Nov. 2006)

      Career Highlights:
      2005 U.S. Open (quarterfinals)
      2006 U.S. Open (quarterfinals)
      2006 Tennis Masters Cup (finals)
      2008 Beijing Olympics (semifinals)
      2008 Australian Open (quarterfinals)

      Author
      N.Y. Times Bestseller:
      Breaking Back: How I Lost Everything and Won Back My Life

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