Yannick Noah may have won only one Grand Slam singles’ title (the 1983 French Open at Roland Garros), but the French tennis star endures as a jet-setter of international acclaim.

Dining room, Yannick NoahSo what if the latest American generation of celebrity-watchers know him mostly as the father of two-time NBA All-Star Joakim Noah of the Chicago Bulls? When Yannick Noah sells a prime NYC property, it’s still news. So here are the details:

The 50-something tennis great (the revered Noah was just named head of the French Davis Cup squad and, as a pop music star, has issued eight records in his post-playing career) got $9.2 million for a 2-bedroom duplex he owned at 230 Central Park South.

Bathroom, Yannick Noah Bedroom, Yannick Noah Bedroom, Yannick Noah Big window Kitchen, Yannick Noah TV room, Yannick NoahThe Southmoor House unit had been listed for $9.5 million since last December, but given the prime location and the stunning views of Central Park in this rock-solid pre-war building, it was only a matter of time before Noah got a good deal. Noah has owned the co-op since 2005. Other notable celebrities who own in the Southmoor include SNL alumni Darrell Hammond and entrepreneur Ian Reisner

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