Philip Bester

Philip Bester (born October 6, 1988) is a Canadian professional tennis player from North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Bester was a finalist at the 2006 junior French Open. In doing so he became the first Canadian to reach a grand slam final in singles, and is only the second ever to do so.

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Hugo Award For Best Novel - Winners and Nominees
... winners Year Author(s) Novel Publisher or publication Ref 19531 !1953 Bester, AlfredAlfred Bester* Demolished Man !The Demolished Man Galaxy Science Fiction ... White Second Ending Fantastic 19631 !1963 Dick, Philip K.Philip K ... Clement Star Light Analog Science Fact Fiction 19721 !1972 Farmer, Philip JoséPhilip José Farmer* To Your Scattered Bodies Go Putnam Publishing Group 19722 !1972 Le ...
Hugo Award For Best Short Story - Winners and Nominees
... Astounding Science-Fiction 19592 !1959 Bester, AlfredAlfred Bester "Men Who Murdered Mohammed" !"The Men Who Murdered Mohammed" Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction !Th ... Fiction !The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction 19602 !1960 Farmer, Philip JoséPhilip José Farmer "Alley Man" !"The Alley Man" Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction !The Magazine ... of Fantasy Science Fiction !The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction 19662 !1966 Farmer, Philip JoséPhilip José Farmer "Day of the Great Shout" Worlds of Tomorrow ...
Challenger Banque Nationale De Granby - Past Finals - Doubles
... Year Champions Runners-up Score Granby 2012 Philip Bester Vasek Pospisil Yuichi Ito Takuto Niki 6–1, 6–2 2011 Karol Beck Édouard Roger-Vasselin Matthias Bachinger Frank Moser 6–1, 6–3 ...