|Born||26 September 1931|
|Died||26 September 2011 (aged 80)|
|Grand Slam Singles results|
|French Open||SF (1960)|
|US Open||2R (1958)|
|Wembley Pro||1R (1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966)|
|French Pro||QF (1963, 1966)|
|Davis Cup||FEu (1954)|
Haillet staged a remarkable comeback in his fourth round match against Budge Patty at the 1958 French Championships. Patty was leading 5–0, 40–0 in the fifth set but could not convert his match points and Haillet won seven consecutive games to win the final set 7–5. Haillet reached the semi finals of the French championships in 1960 (beating Neale Fraser before losing to Nicola Pietrangeli).].
- "Robert Haillet n'est plus". SudOuest.fr. Retrieved 3 July 2013.
- Robert Haillet at daviscup.com
- Tennis Club de Prades le Lez
- Christopher Clarey (5 June 1995). "Novotna Collapses Again, Blows 9 (9) Match Points". The New York Times.
- Davies, Mike (1963). Lawn Tennis. New York: Arc Books. pp. 14, 15. OCLC 1260284.
- "French Open 1960". www.tennis.co.nf.
- McCauley, Joe (2000). The History of Professional Tennis. Windsor: The Short Run Book Company Limited. p. 101.
- Robert Haillet at the Association of Tennis Professionals
- Robert Haillet at the International Tennis Federation
- Robert Haillet at the Davis Cup
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