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2018 ATP WORLD TOUR

RAFAEL
NADAL

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ROLL OF HONOUR
2017 RAFAEL NADAL (ESP) 2002 LLEYTON HEWITT (AUS) 1987 IVAN LENDL (CZE)
2016 ANDY MURRAY (GBR) 2001 LLEYTON HEWITT (AUS) 1986 IVAN LENDL (CZE)
2015 NOVAK DJOKOVIC (SRB) 2000 GUSTAVO KUERTEN (BRA) 1985 IVAN LENDL (CZE)
2014 NOVAK DJOKOVIC (SRB) 1999 ANDRE AGASSI (USA) 1984 JOHN MCENROE (USA)
2013 RAFAEL NADAL (ESP) 1998 PETE SAMPRAS (USA) 1983 JOHN MCENROE (USA)
2012 NOVAK DJOKOVIC (SRB) 1997 PETE SAMPRAS (USA) 1982 JOHN MCENROE (USA)
2011 NOVAK DJOKOVIC (SRB) 1996 PETE SAMPRAS (USA) 1981 JOHN MCENROE (USA)
2010 RAFAEL NADAL (ESP) 1995 PETE SAMPRAS (USA) 1980 BJORN BORG (SWE)
2009 ROGER FEDERER (SUI) 1994 PETE SAMPRAS (USA) 1979 BJORN BORG (SWE)
2008 RAFAEL NADAL (ESP) 1993 PETE SAMPRAS (USA) 1978 JIMMY CONNORS (USA)
2007 ROGER FEDERER (SUI) 1992 JIM COURIER (USA) 1977 JIMMY CONNORS (USA)
2006 ROGER FEDERER (SUI) 1991 STEFAN EDBERG (SWE) 1976 JIMMY CONNORS (USA)
2005 ROGER FEDERER (SUI) 1990 STEFAN EDBERG (SWE) 1975 JIMMY CONNORS (USA)
2004 ROGER FEDERER (SUI) 1989 IVAN LENDL (CZE) 1974 JIMMY CONNORS (USA)
2003 ANDY RODDICK (USA) 1988 MATS WILANDER (SWE) 1973 ILIE NASTASE (ROU)
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Statistical Assistance: As the 2018 ATP World Tour season gets underway, a host of fascinating
Graham Edgar
storylines look set to play out over the next 11 months. The world’s best
Contributors: players will compete across 64 ATP World Tour tournaments, in addition
Nicola Arzani
Fabienne Benoit to the four Grand Slams, in their quest for prestigious titles, coveted
George Ciz ATP Rankings points, and the ultimate crown of finishing the season as the
Martin Dagahs year-end ATP World No.1.
Mark Epps
Cecilia Ghe
Konstantin Haerle Men’s professional tennis has a remarkable ability to produce some of the
Simon Higson most compelling storylines across all sport, and this was certainly evident
Susie Hygate as we look back on the 2017 season.
Edward La Cava
Josh Meiseles
Few could have predicted the extraordinary resurgence of Rafael Nadal and
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Wonderhatch remembered for breakthrough performances from the likes of Alexander
Special Database Assistance: Zverev, who captured ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles in Rome and
www.Ubitennis.com Montreal, and Grigor Dimitrov, who backed up his maiden Masters 1000
title in Cincinnati with the biggest title of his career at the Nitto ATP Finals in
London to finish the season at a career-high No. 3.
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Our season finale at The O2 provided a spectacular finish to a season that
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United Kingdom with more than 4.5 million fans on-site.
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There is much to look forward to in 2018. The Tour is at a fascinating cross-
ATP Americas road, with established superstars such as Nadal and Federer still at the
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ATP Europe injury lay-offs, including Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka,
Monte-Carlo Sun, 74 Boulevard Milos Raonic and Kei Nishikori.
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The season will culminate once again at the Nitto ATP Finals in London in
November. Since moving to The O2 in 2009, the tournament has been on a
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Suite 208, 46a Macleay Street, record-breaking run, with more than 2.3 million fans coming to watch the
Potts Point, Sydney, very best the game has to offer.
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May I take this opportunity to invite you to join us on what we expect to be a
thrilling journey in 2018. This Media Guide offers a wealth of information
on the tournaments and players who will showcase the game around
the world, and we thank you for your coverage and support of men’s
@ATPWorldTour professional tennis.
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On the cover: Chris Kermode
2017 ATP No.1 Rafael Nadal ATP Executive Chairman & President

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ATP WORLD TOUR INTRODUCTION • ATP Doubles Rankings History of No. 1���� 189
• Credits������������������������������������������������������������������������ 1 • ATP Rankings Points Table ��������������������������� 190
• ATP Timeline������������������������������������������������������������ 4 • 2017 Year-End &
Career Prize Money Leaders������������������������ 191
ATP WORLD TOUR ADMINISTRATION
• 2017 ATP Tournament
• ATP Executive Chairman & President Bio����� 5
& Grand Slam Finals���������������������������������������� 193
• Organisational Structure ����������������������������������� 7
• 2017 ATP World Tour By the Numbers������� 194
•B
 oard of Directors,
• Miscellaneous Statistics�������������������������������� 198
Executive Management & Staff������������������������� 9
• On-Site Team����������������������������������������������������������10
• PR & Marketing FAQs������������������������������������������11 ATP FINALS & ATP WORLD TOUR
MASTERS 1000
2018 ATP WORLD TOUR • 2017 Nitto ATP Finals Results����������������������� 201
TOURNAMENT INFORMATION • Nitto ATP Finals History����������������������������������202
• 2018 Season & Tournaments Profile����������� 14
• Next Gen ATP Finals�����������������������������������������204
 rand Slams & Nitto ATP Finals���������������������17
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• ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Stats�����������207
•A
 TP World Tour Masters 1000
• ATP World Tour Masters 1000 History�������208
Tournaments����������������������������������������������������������18
 TP World Tour 500 Tournaments�����������������19
•A
•A
 TP World Tour 250 Tournaments GRAND SLAMS &
& Next Gen ATP Finals�������������������������������������� 21 OLYMPICS HISTORY
• Australian Open������������������������������������������������� 210
PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES • Roland Garros����������������������������������������������������� 212
• Player Biographies��������������������������������������������� 28
• Wimbledon����������������������������������������������������������� 214
• Player Birthdays������������������������������������������������ 160
• US Open����������������������������������������������������������������� 216
• Former No. 1s & Multiple
• All-Time Grand Slam Title Leaders
Grand Slam Champions���������������������������������� 162
& Olympics Results������������������������������������������ 218
• Open Era Title Leaders������������������������������������ 169
• Open Era Singles Champions����������������������� 170
DAVIS CUP HISTORY
STATS, RESULTS & RECORDS • Davis Cup Champions/Finals�����������������������220
• 2017 Year-End ATP Rankings������������������������ 184
 TP Rankings Year-End Top 10 History����� 185
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ATP CHALLENGER TOUR
• ATP Rankings History of No. 1���������������������� 186
• 2017 ATP Challenger Tour Stats������������������� 221
• 2017 Year-End ATP Doubles Rankings
& ATP Doubles Team Rankings������������������� 187
• ATP Doubles Team Rankings ATP WORLD TOUR AWARDS
Top 10 History������������������������������������������������������ 188 • ATP World Tour Awards����������������������������������223

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ATP WORLD TOUR
TIMELINE

The ATP is in its fifth decade as a leading governing body in professional tennis. The organisation was formed in 1972
when a handful of the game’s top players met in a secluded stairwell at the US Open to discuss the need for a players’
association. Under the leadership of newly elected executive director Jack Kramer and president Cliff Drysdale, the
Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) came to life with a goal of changing the game for the better.

THE FOLLOWING IS A LOOK BACK AT KEY ATP EVENTS OVER THE PAST FIVE DECADES:

1973: The ATP establishes 1990: Sponsored by IBM, the ATP 2008: All worldwide tennis
the computer ranking system, Tour era begins with an equal organisations (WTA, ITF, ATP
providing a fair analysis of a player’s partnership between players and & Grand Slams) form a Tennis
performance and creating an tournaments. The circuit features Integrity Unit.
objective way to determine entries 76 tournaments in 28 countries on
2009: Adam Helfant takes over
into tournaments. six continents, with prize money
as ATP Executive Chairman and
averaging a 50% increase at the
1974: The Men’s International President in January. Three
events. Indianapolis tournament
Professional Tennis Council new tournament categories
director Mark Miles is named
(MIPTC), made up of ATP, ILTF are introduced as the circuit is
ATP CEO.
and tournament directors, is rebranded ATP World Tour: Masters
formed to govern the sport as 1993: The ATP Tour extends its 1000, 500 and 250 level events. The
an “independent, democratic, global reach, adding Arabian Gulf ATP’s season finale takes place at
international body for the tournaments in Doha and Dubai. The O2 in London for the first time.
administration of professional
1995: The ATP Tour launches its 2012: Brad Drewett takes over
tennis”.
first ATP web site, ATP Online. as ATP Executive Chairman &
1976: The ATP Doubles computer President in January.
1996: The Mercedes-Benz/ATP
rankings begin on 1 March.
partnership begins with a four-year 2013: Brad Drewett passes away in
1980: The ATP sets up a player agreement. May from Motor Neurone Disease.
pension fund. In the preceding 12 months, he
1997: The ATP Senior Tour of
had led discussions resulting in
1985: At the request of the ATP, Champions is sanctioned.
significant prize money increases
MIPTC passes a Drug Testing Rule,
1998: Players form a new STARS for all players across all Grand
making tennis the first professional
program as the ATP Tour helps Slams.
sport to institute a workable
make players more accessible
and well-designed drug testing 2014: Chris Kermode takes over
to media, sponsors and fans.
programme. as ATP Executive Chairman and
ATP broadcasts extend their reach
President on 1 January. The ATP’s
1986: In an effort to make the to more than 200 countries.
season finale sets a new attendance
calendar more coherent, the
2000: The ATP Tour changes its record of 263,560 – the biggest in
MIPTC moves the Australian Open
name to ATP for 2001, introduces its 48-year history.
a month back to January (1987)
a new logo and rebrands its nine
and The Masters a month earlier to 2015: The ATP secures an enhanced
premier tournaments the Tennis
December (1986). partnership with Emirates that sees
Masters Series.
the award-winning airline become
1988: The players, under ATP CEO
2005: Etienne de Villiers is named the Tour’s Premier Partner through
Hamilton Jordan, hold a press
ATP Chairman in June. The year- 2020.
conference in the US Open parking
end Tennis Masters Cup is held in
lot to announce that they will 2017: The inaugural Next Gen
Shanghai.
assume more control of the game. ATP Finals take place in Milan,
“Tennis at the Crossroads” outlines 2007: The ATP introduces a number showcasing the world’s best
a plan for players to form a new tour. of changes to the Tour, including the 21-and-Under players in a new
Tournament directors representing elimination of best-of-5 set finals, and innovative format. The ATP
many of the world’s leading events as well as reduced draw sizes at World Tour achieves an all-time
voice their support for the players five ATP Masters Series events to attendance record with more than
and join them in what was to become lessen the physical demands on top 4.5 million fans attending on-site.
a partnership unique in professional players and enhance TV scheduling.
sports – players and tournaments The ATP also increases prize money
each with an equal voice in how the for the first time since 2000 and
circuit is run. creates a new multi-million dollar
marketing fund.

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ATP EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN
AND PRESIDENT

Chris Kermode presents Rafael Nadal with the year-end ATP World Tour No.1 trophy.

CHRIS KERMODE began serving as ATP Executive Chairman & President on 1 January
2014. Kermode has been involved in tennis for more than 30 years, first as a player,
and then as Tournament Director of The Queen's Club Championships, as well as
Managing Director of the ATP’s season finale at The O2 from 2009-2013.

Following his playing career, Kermode worked as one of London’s top tennis coaches.
He went on to work in both the film and music industries, starting his own promotion &
events company, before returning to tennis. Kermode and his wife, Adelle, have three
children, Tess, Ellie and Sam. He is based in the ATP’s office in Monte Carlo.

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ATP ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Executive Chairman
& President
• Chris Kermode

Player Representatives Tournament Representatives

• Giorgio Di Palermo • Gavin Forbes


• Justin Gimelstob • Charles Smith
• Roger Rasheed • Mark Webster

PLAYER COUNCIL TOURNAMENT COUNCIL


1-50 Singles Novak Djokovic (P) 5 Europe
Kevin Anderson (VP) Julien Boutter, Christer Hult,
Andy Murray Sergio Palmieri, Herwig Straka,
Gilles Simon Mark Webster

51-100 Singles Yen-Hsun Lu 4 International Group


Rajeev Ram Allon Khakshouri, Cameron Pearson,
Charles Smith, Salah Tahlak
1-100 Doubles Jamie Murray
Bruno Soares 4 Americas
Gavin Forbes, Keely O’Brien,
At-Large Marcelo Melo
250 Representative TBD,
Sergiy Stakhovsky
Masters 1000 Representative TBD
Alumni Colin Dowdeswell

Coach Claudio Pistolesi

PLAYER MEMBERS
l Division I l Division II TOURNAMENT MEMBERS
l Full Members
l Conditional Members
ALUMNI MEMBERS
COACH MEMBERS

STAFF
l London l Monte Carlo
l Ponte Vedra Beach l Sydney

Carries out the day-to-day operations


and administration of the ATP

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NOVAK DJOKOVIC , THE NEW CROCODILE
ATP EXECUTIVE STAFF

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Giorgio Di Palermo Justin Gimelstob Roger Rasheed


Player Player Player
Representative Representative Representative
Europe Americas International

Gavin Forbes Charles Smith Mark Webster


Tournament Tournament Tournament
Representative Representative Representative
Americas International Europe

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

Nicola Arzani SVP PR & Marketing


Gayle Bradshaw EVP Rules & Competition
George Ciz SVP Marketing & Business Development
Linda Clark VP Tournament Relations Americas
Todd Ellenbecker VP Medical Services
Flip Galloway Chief Operating Officer & Chief Financial Officer
Simon Higson VP Corporate Communications & PR
Ross Hutchins Chief Player Officer
Chris Kermode Executive Chairman & President
Alison Lee EVP International Group
David Massey EVP Europe
Jeff Reel VP & General Counsel
Eric Starelli SVP Sales & Sponsorships
Murray Swartzberg SVP Information Technology & Digital Media
Mark Young Vice Chairman, Chief Legal & Media Officer

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ATP ON-SITE TEAM
SUPERVISORS

Gerry Armstrong Tom Barnes Miro Bratoev Lars Graff Thomas Karlberg Carlos Sanches
Great Britain Dir. Officiating Bulgaria Dir. Officiating Sweden Portugal
Operations Administration
USA Sweden

CHAIR UMPIRES

Carlos Bernardes Damien Dumusois Mohamed Lahyani Cedric Mourier Fergus Murphy Ali Nili Damian Steiner
Brazil France Sweden France Ireland USA Argentina

PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

Graham Anderson Per Bastholt Todd Ellenbecker Hans Ektevdt Luke Fuller Ben Herde Timo Kalbantner
Great Britain France VP Medical Services Great Britain Canada Australia Germany
USA

Yannick Lambrecht Paul Ness David Pires Alejandro Resnicoff Roberto Serrano Clay Sniteman Shuhei Suzuki
Germany Senior Director of Portugal Senior Physiotherapist Spain Senior Director of USA
Medical Services Argentina Medical Services
Australia USA

Christiaan Swier Jeff Vajay Stephane Vivier Seif Wardani


Netherlands USA France Denmark

TOUR MANAGERS

Arnau Brugues Konstantin Haerle Pablo Juarez Fernando Sanchez Thomas Schrader Denis Zivkovic
Spain Germany Argentina Spain Senior Tour Manager USA
Brazil

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PR & MARKETING FAQS
(FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS)

Q: How do I get a media credential for a tennis tournament?


A: Each ATP World Tour and Grand Slam tournament is responsible for the media
accreditation. Please contact the tournament press officer listed in the tournament
directory (pages 17-25). Please remember some tournaments have very early media
credential deadlines so apply early.

Q: How do I interview a player at a tournament?


A: A member of ATP PR & Marketing is on site at all ATP World Tour events and will liaise with
the media for all interviews. Interviews can be either post-match availability (in the press
conference room or in the mixed zone) or special features. For features as well as photo shoots
and TV show appearances, please contact a member of ATP PR & Marketing (below) before the
tournament starts.

Q: Whom should I contact with a statistical question?


A: Please email your question to mediainfo@atpworldtour.com, and be sure to follow
@ATPMediaInfo on Twitter for the latest stats, facts and figures about the ATP.

Q: How do I receive ATP media information such as tournament updates,


press releases, ATP Tennis Weekly?
A: If you wish to receive all ATP media information by email, please send a request to
Alison Kim (akim@atpworldtour.com). For all media information including live scoring,
statistics, updated player bios and results, please visit ATPWorldTour.com.

Q: How do I get footage of tennis matches for broadcast purposes?


A: Please contact Tony DiCarlo (Tony.DiCarlo@atpmedia.tv).

Q: How do I get photos of tennis players and tournaments?


A: Please contact any independent photographer or agency.

PR & MARKETING

Nicola Arzani Simon Higson Martin Dagahs Nanette Duxin Richard Evans Greg Sharko
SVP VP Corporate Senior Director Director Director Director
PR & Marketing Communications & PR PR & Marketing PR & Marketing Sponsorship & Marketing Media Information
narzani@atpworldtour.com shigson@atpworldtour.com mdagahs@atpworldtour.com nduxin@atpworldtour.com revans@atpworldtour.com gsharko@atpworldtour.com

Fabienne Benoit Maria Garcia-Planas Mark Epps Edward La Cava Joshua Rey
Senior Manager Senior Manager Manager Manager Manager
PR & Marketing PR & Marketing Sponsorship & Marketing PR & Marketing Media Information
fbenoit@atpworldtour.com mgarcia@atpworldtour.com mepps@atpworldtour.com elacava@atpworldtour.com jrey@atpworldtour.com

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TOURNAMENT
DIRECTORY
GRAND SLAMS
NITTO ATP FINALS
ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000
ATP WORLD TOUR 500
ATP WORLD TOUR 250
NEXT GEN ATP FINALS

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ATP WORLD TOUR 2018 SEASON
As of 6 December 2017

START TOTAL FINANCIAL


CALENDAR 2018

WEEK CITY TOURNAMENT NAME SURFACE DRAW PRIZE MONEY


DATE COMMITMENT**

1 Dec 31 Brisbane 1 Brisbane International presented by Suncorp H 28 $ 468,910 $ 528,910


Jan 1 Doha 7 Qatar ExxonMobil Open H 32 $ 1,286,675 $ 1,386,665
Jan 1 Pune 7 Tata Open Maharashtra H 28 $ 501,345 $ 561,345
2 Jan 7 Sydney 1,7 Sydney International H 28 $ 468,910 $ 528,910
Jan 8 Auckland 7 ASB Classic H 28 $ 501,345 $ 561,345
3 Jan 15 Melbourne Australian Open* H 128
4
5 Feb 2 Davis Cup First Round*
6 Feb 5 Montpellier Open Sud de France IH 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
Feb 5 Sofia Sofia Open IH 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
Feb 5 Quito Ecuador Open CL 28 $ 501,345 $ 561,345
7 Feb 12 Rotterdam ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament IH 32 € 1,862,925 € 1,996,245
Feb 12 New York New York Open IH 28 $ 668,460 $ 748,450
Feb 12 Buenos Aires Argentina Open CL 28 $ 568,190 $ 648,180
8 Feb 19 Rio de Janeiro Rio Open presented by Claro CL 32 $ 1,695,825 $ 1,842,475
Feb 19 Marseille Open 13 Provence IH 28 € 645,485 € 718,810
Feb 19 Delray Beach Delray Beach Open H 32 $ 556,010 $ 622,675
9 Feb 26 Acapulco 7 Abierto Mexicano Telcel presentado por HSBC H 32 $ 1,642,795 $ 1,789,445
Feb 26 Dubai 7 Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships H 32 $ 2,623,485 $ 3,057,135
Feb 26 Sao Paulo Brasil Open ICL 28 $ 516,205 $ 582,870
10 Mar 8 Indian Wells 5 BNP Paribas Open H 96 $ 7,972,535 $ 8,909,960
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12 Mar 21 Miami 4 Miami Open presented by Itau H 96 $ 7,972,535 $ 8,909,960
13
14 Apr 6 Davis Cup Quarter-finals*
15 Apr 9 Marrakech Grand Prix Hassan II CL 32 € 501,345 € 561,345
Apr 9 Houston Fayez Sarofim & Co. U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship CL 28 $ 557,050 $ 623,710
16 Apr 15 Monte-Carlo 1 Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters CL 56 € 4,872,105 € 5,238,735
17 Apr 23 Barcelona Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell CL 48 € 2,510,900 € 2,794,220
Apr 23 Budapest Gazprom Hungarian Open CL 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
18 Apr 30 Estoril Millennium Estoril Open CL 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
Apr 30 Munich BMW Open by FWU CL 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
Apr 30 Istanbul TEB BNP Paribas Istanbul Open CL 28 € 426,145 € 486,145
19 May 6 Madrid 1 Mutua Madrid Open CL 56 € 6,200,860 € 7,190,930
20 May 13 Rome 1 Internazionali BNL d’Italia CL 56 € 4,872,105 € 5,444,985
21 May 20 Geneva 1,7 Banque Eric Sturdza Geneva Open CL 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
May 20 Lyon 1,7 Open Parc Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes Lyon CL 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
22 May 27 Paris 1 Roland Garros* CL 128
23
24 Jun 11 Stuttgart MercedesCup G 28 € 656,015 € 729,340
Jun 11 ’s-Hertogenbosch Ricoh Open G 28 € 612,755 € 686,080
25 Jun 18 Halle Gerry Weber Open G 32 € 1,983,595 € 2,116,915
Jun 18 London The Queen’s Club Championships G 32 € 1,983,595 € 2,116,915
26 Jun 24 Antalya 1,7 Antalya Open G 28 € 426,145 € 486,145
Jun 25 Eastbourne 7 International Eastbourne G 28 € 661,085 € 721,085
27 Jul 2 London Wimbledon* G 128
28
29 Jul 16 Bastad SkiStar Swedish Open CL 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
Jul 16 Umag Plava Laguna Croatia Open Umag CL 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
Jul 16 Newport Dell Technologies Hall of Fame Open G 28 $ 557,050 $ 623,710
30 Jul 23 Hamburg German Tennis Championships 2018 CL 32 € 1,619,935 € 1,753,255
Jul 23 Atlanta BB&T Atlanta Open H 28 $ 668,460 $ 748,450
Jul 23 Gstaad J. Safra Sarasin Swiss Open Gstaad CL 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
31 Jul 30 Washington D.C. Citi Open H 48 $ 1,890,165 $ 2,146,815
Jul 30 Los Cabos 7 Abierto Mexicano de Tenis Mifel presentado por Cinemex H 28 $ 715,455 $ 808,770
Jul 30 Kitzbuhel 7 Generali Open CL 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
32 Aug 6 Toronto Rogers Cup H 56 $ 5,315,025 $ 5,939,970
33 Aug 12 Cincinnati 1 Western & Southern Open H 56 $ 5,669,360 $ 6,335,970
34 Aug 19 Winston-Salem 1,7 Winston-Salem Open H 48 $ 691,415 $ 778,070

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ATP WORLD TOUR 2018 SEASON
As of 6 December 2017

START TOTAL FINANCIAL

CALENDAR 2018
WEEK CITY TOURNAMENT NAME SURFACE DRAW PRIZE MONEY
DATE COMMITMENT**

35 Aug 27 New York US Open* H 128


36
37 Sep 14 Davis Cup Semi-finals*
38 Sep 17 St. Petersburg St. Petersburg Open IH 28 $ 1,084,450 $ 1,151,110
Sep 17 Metz Moselle Open IH 28 € 501,345 € 561,345
39 Sep 24 Chengdu Chengdu Open H 28 $ 1,070,040 $ 1,183,360
Sep 24 Shenzhen Shenzhen Open H 28 $ 733,655 $ 800,320
40 Oct 1 Beijing China Open H 32 $ 3,401,860 $ 4,658,510
Oct 1 Tokyo Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships IH 32 $ 1,781,930 $ 1,928,580
41 Oct 7 Shanghai 1 Rolex Shanghai Masters H 56 $ 7,086,700 $ 9,219,970
42 Oct 15 Moscow VTB Kremlin Cup IH 28 $ 912,680 $ 992,670
Oct 15 Antwerp European Open IH 28 € 612,755 € 686,080
Oct 15 Stockholm Intrum Stockholm Open IH 28 € 612,755 € 686,080
43 Oct 22 Vienna Erste Bank Open 500 IH 32 € 2,198,250 € 2,788,570
Oct 22 Basel Swiss Indoors Basel IH 32 € 1,984,420 € 2,442,740
44 Oct 29 Paris Rolex Paris Masters IH 56 € 4,872,105 € 5,444,985
45 Nov 6 Milan 3,7 Next Gen ATP Finals IH 8 $ 1,275,000
46 Nov 11 London 1 Nitto ATP Finals IH 8 $ 8,500,000
47 Nov 23 Davis Cup Final*

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 ATP World Tour 500 ATP World Tour 250 Next Gen ATP Finals
n Nitto ATP Finals n Grand Slams n Davis Cup
*Grand Slams and Davis Cup are not ATP events  H = Hard G = Grass CL = Clay IH = Indoor Hard ICL = Indoor Clay
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**Total Financial commitment is the tournament's investment in the event, including ATP sanction and Sunday start 3 Tuesday start 4 Wednesday start
5
marketing fees, on-site prize money and bonus pool contributions. Prize money for tournaments in October Thursday start 6 Saturday start 7 Saturday final
is subject to the exchange adjustment rule calculated on 31 December 2017.

ATP WORLD TOUR PROFILE


As of 6 December 2017

64 TOURNAMENTS IN 31 COUNTRIES*

Nitto ATP Next Gen


Finals ATP Finals

9 13 40
ATP World Tour ATP World ATP World
Masters 1000 Tour 500 Tour 250

2018 Total financial commitment: $151,453,086 / Prize money: $137,519,140  *D


 oes not include
(Euro-US Dollar exchange rate of 1.25) Grand Slams & Davis Cup

By Surface: 36 Hard · 21 Clay · 7 Grass  By Environment: 47 Outdoor · 17 Indoor

By Country: 2 Austria 2 Turkey 1 India


10 USA 2 Brazil 1 Argentina 1 Japan
5 France 2 Italy 1 Belgium 1 Monaco
4 China 2 Mexico 1 Bulgaria 1 Morocco
4 Germany 2 Netherlands 1 Canada 1 New Zealand
3 Great Britain 2 Russia 1 Croatia 1 Portugal
3 Switzerland 2 Spain 1 Ecuador 1 Qatar
2 Australia 2 Sweden 1 Hungary 1 UAE

15
GRAND SLAMS & NITTO ATP FINALS
AUSTRALIAN OPEN  ROLAND GARROS

GRAND SLAMS & NITTO ATP FINALS


15-28 JANUARY 27 MAY-10 JUNE
Melbourne, Australia Paris, France

Craig Guy
Tiley Forget
Tournament Director Tournament Director

SITE: Melbourne Park SITE: Stade Roland Garros


WEBSITE: ausopen.com WEBSITE: rolandgarros.com
MAIN COURT SEATING: 14,663 MAIN COURT SEATING: 14,891
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1905 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1891
TEL: +613 9914 4400 TEL: +33 1 4743 4800
E-MAIL: ausopen@tennis.com.au DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Christophe Fagniez
MEDIA CONTACT: Prue Ryan CONTACT: Christine Donnet
E-MAIL: pryan@tennis.com.au E-MAIL: cdonnet@fft.fr
TEL: +613 9914 4175 COMMUNICATION DIRECTOR: Pierre-Henry Brandet
TICKET HOTLINE: 1300 888 104 or +61 3 9039 9407 E-MAIL: phbrandet@fft.fr
MEDIA & PRODUCTION DIRECTOR: Emilie Montane
E-MAIL: emontane@fft.fr
TEL: +33 1 4743 5135
TICKETS ONLINE: tickets.rolandgarros.com
TICKET HOTLINE: +33 1 47 43 51 11

THE CHAMPIONSHIPS, WIMBLEDON 2-15 JULY US OPEN 27 AUGUST-9 SEPTEMBER


London, Great Britain Flushing Meadows, USA

Richard David
Lewis Brewer
Chief Executive Tournament Director

SITE: The All England Lawn Tennis Club SITE: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
WEBSITE: wimbledon.com WEBSITE: usopen.org
MAIN COURT SEATING: 15,000 MAIN COURT SEATING: 23,700
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1877 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1881
TEL: +44 20 8944 1066 TEL: +1 914 696 7000
MEDIA CONTACT: Alexandra Willis MEDIA CONTACT: Chris Widmaier
E-MAIL: awillis@aeltc.com E-MAIL: widmaier@usta.com
MEDIA CONTACT: Eloise Tyson TEL: +1 914 696 7284
E-MAIL: etys@aeltc.com TICKET HOTLINE: +1 866 OPEN TIX
TEL: +44 208 971 2443
TICKET HOTLINE: +44 20 8971 2473

NITTO ATP FINALS 11-18 NOVEMBER


London, Great Britain
Chris Kermode
Tournament Chairman

SITE: The O2 WEBSITE: NittoATPFinals.com


COURT SEATING: 17,800 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1970
TEL: +44 207 381 7890 TICKET HOTLINE: +44 161 385 3211
MEDIA CONTACT: Nicola Arzani E-MAIL: narzani@atpworldtour.com TEL: +44 207 381 7890

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ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000
INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO
ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000

8-18 MARCH 21 MARCH-1 APRIL 15-22 APRIL


BNP Paribas Open Miami Open presented by Itau Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters
ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event

Zeljko
Tommy James Franulovic
Haas Blake Tournament Director
Tournament Director Tournament Director
SITE: Monte-Carlo Country Club
SITE: Indian Wells Tennis Garden SITE: Tennis Center at Crandon Park WEBSITE: rolexmontecarlomasters.mc
WEBSITE: bnpparibasopen.com WEBSITE: miamiopen.com STADIUM COURT SEATING: 10,275
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 16,100 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 13,800 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1897
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1976 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1985 TEL: +377 97 98 70 00
TEL: +1 760 200 8400 TEL: +1 305 446 2200 E-MAIL: prialland@smett.mc
E-MAIL: thaas@iwtg.net E-MAIL: james.blake@img.com MEDIA CONTACT: Philippe Rialland
ASSISTANT TOURNAMENT DIRECTOR: CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER: Adam Barrett E-MAIL: prialland@smett.mc
Peggy Michel · EMAIL: pmichel@iwtg.net E-MAIL: adam.barrett@img.com TEL: +377 97 98 70 00
MEDIA CONTACT: Matt Van Tuinen MEDIA CONTACT: Sam Henderson TICKET HOTLINE: +377 97 98 70 00
E-MAIL: matt@mvtpr.com E-MAIL: sam.henderson@img.com
TEL: +1 847 869 8486 TEL: +1 305 446 2200
TICKET HOTLINE: +1 800 999 1585 TICKET HOTLINE: +1 305 442 3367 TORONTO 6-12 AUGUST
Rogers Cup

MADRID 6-13 MAY ROME 13-20 MAY


Mutua Madrid Open Internazionali BNL d’Italia Karl
ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event Hale
Tournament Director

SITE: Aviva Centre


Manolo Sergio WEBSITE: rogerscup.com
Santana Palmieri STADIUM COURT SEATING: 10,600
Tournament Director Tournament Director
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1881
SITE: Caja Magica SITE: Foro Italico TEL: +1 416 665 9777
WEBSITE: madrid-open.com WEBSITE: internazionalibnlditalia.com E-MAIL: info@tenniscanada.com
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 12,500 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 10,500 MEDIA CONTACT: Nicole Watts
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2002 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1930 E-MAIL: nwatts@tenniscanada.com
TEL: +34 914 649 719 TEL: +39 06 98372101/0 TEL: +1 647 401 9112
E-MAIL: jmgarcia@madrid-open.com E-MAIL: internazionalibnl@federtennis.it TICKET HOTLINE: +1 877 283 6647
MEDIA CONTACT: Antonio Arenas MEDIA CONTACT: Angelo Mancuso
E-MAIL: comunicacion@madrid-open.com E-MAIL: ufficiostampa@federtennis.it
TEL: +34 915 268 188 TEL: +39 06 98372115 PARIS  29 OCTOBER-4 NOVEMBER
TICKET HOTLINE: +34 902 18 36 47 TICKET HOTLINE: +39 06 3208225 Rolex Paris Masters

CINCINNATI 12-19 AUGUST SHANGHAI 7-14 OCTOBER Guy


Western & Southern Open Rolex Shanghai Masters Forget
Tournament Director
ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event
SITE: AccorHotels Arena
Michael Andres WEBSITE: rolexparismasters.com
Andre Luevano STADIUM COURT SEATING: 15,000
Silva Tournament Director
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1986
Tournament Director
SITE: Qizhong Tennis Center TEL: +33 1 4743 4800
SITE: Lindner Family Tennis Center WEBSITE: shanghairolexmasters.com DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS: Christophe Fagniez
WEBSITE: WSOpen.com STADIUM COURT SEATING: 13,880 CONTACT: Christine Donnet · cdonnet@fft.fr
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 11,467 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2009 COMMUNICATION DIR.: Pierre-Henry Brandet
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1899 TEL: +86 21 6333 9436 E-MAIL: phbrandet@fft.fr
TEL: +1 513 651 0303 E-MAIL: mluevano@netvigator.com MEDIA & PRODUCTION DIR.: Emilie Montane
E-MAIL: asilva@CincyTennis.com MEDIA CONTACT: Craig Gabriel · Ivy Zhuang E-MAIL: emontane@fft.fr
MEDIA CONTACT: Will Sikes E-MAIL: craig@crosscourt.com.au TEL: +33 1 4743 5135
E-MAIL: media@cincytennis.com E-MAIL: zhuangy@jussevent.com TICKETS ONLINE: rolexparismasters.com
TEL: +1 513 651 4323 TEL: +86 21 6330 7592 TICKET HOTLINE: +33 1 4743 5111
TICKET HOTLINE: +1 513 651 0303 TICKET HOTLINE: +86 21 962 388

18
ATP WORLD TOUR 500
ACAPULCO 26 FEBRUARY-3 MARCH BARCELONA BASEL

ATP WORLD TOUR 500


23-29 APRIL 22-28 OCTOBER
Abierto Mexicano Telcel Barcelona Open Swiss Indoors Basel
presentado por HSBC  Banc Sabadell
ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event
Marc
Albert Zimmermann
Costa Tournament Director
R aul
Zurutuza Tournament Director
SITE: St. Jakobshalle
Tournament Director
SITE: Real Club de Tenis Barcelona 1899 WEBSITE: swissindoorsbasel.ch
SITE: Princess Mundo Imperial WEBSITE: barcelonaopenbancsabadell.com STADIUM COURT SEATING: 9,000
WEBSITE: abiertomexicanodetenis.com STADIUM COURT SEATING: 8,000 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1970
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 7,000 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1953 TEL: +41 61 485 9595
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1993 TEL: +34 93 203 7852 E-MAIL: zimmermann@swissindoorsbasel.ch
TEL: +52 55 5261 6280 E-MAIL: acosta@rctb1899.es MEDIA CONTACT: Magi Blaser
E-MAIL: rzurutuza@mextenis.com MEDIA CONTACT: Carlos Martin E-MAIL: blaser@swissindoorsbasel.ch
MEDIA CONTACT: Rosa Pantoja E-MAIL: cmartin@rctb1899.es TEL: +41 79 472 6862
E-MAIL: rpantoja@mextenis.com TEL: +34 93 203 7852 TICKET HOTLINE: +41 (0)900 55 22 25
TEL: +52 55 5261 6280
TICKET HOTLINE: +52 55 5325 9000

BEIJING 1-7 OCTOBER DUBAI 26 FEBRUARY-3 MARCH HALLE 18-24 JUNE


China Open Dubai Duty Free Tennis Gerry Weber Open
ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event Championships

Alfred Thomas Ralf


Zhang Ross Salah Hussain Weber
Co-Tournament Co-Tournament Bin Tahlak Tournament Director
Director Director Tournament Director
SITE: Gerry Weber Stadion
SITE: National Tennis Center SITE: Dubai Duty Free Tennis Stadium WEBSITE: gerryweber-open.de
WEBSITE: chinaopen.com WEB: dubaidutyfreetennischampionships.com STADIUM COURT SEATING: 11,500
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 15,000 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 6,500 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1993
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2004 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1993 TEL: +49 5201 185 140
TEL: +86 10 8437 2208 TEL: +9714 601 9500 E-MAIL: sandra.uphaus@gerryweber.com
E-MAIL: 818zjh@chinaopen.com E-MAIL: salah.tahlak@ddf.ae MEDIA CONTACT: Sascha Detlefsen
MEDIA CONTACT: Yanan Wu MEDIA CONTACT: Sinead El Sibai E-MAIL: s.detlefsen@gerryweber-world.de
E-MAIL: yanan.wu@chinaopen.com E-MAIL: Sinead.ElSibai@ddf.ae TEL: +49 520 189 5373
TEL: +86 10 84372208 TEL: +9714 601 9220 TICKET HOTLINE: +49 5201 8180
TICKET HOTLINE: 400 707 6666 TICKET HOTLINE: +97146019225

HAMBURG 23-29 JULY LONDON 18-24 JUNE


German Tennis The Queen’s Club
Championships 2018 Championships

Michael Stephen
Stich Farrow
Tournament Director Tournament Director

SITE: Rothenbaum Tennis Arena SITE: The Queen’s Club


WEBSITE: german-open-hamburg.de WEBSITE: lta.org.uk
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 7,500 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 9,400
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1892 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1884
TEL: +49 40 23880 44 0 TEL: +44 7946 478 273
E-MAIL: kontakt@hse-gmbh.com E-MAIL: stephen.farrow@lta.org.uk
MEDIA CONTACT: Oliver Quante MEDIA CONTACT: David Law
E-MAIL: presse@hse-gmbh.com E-MAIL:david.law@lawsports.net
TEL: +49 40 23880 440 TEL: +44 7764 186 090
TICKET HOTLINE: +49 40 23880 44 44

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ATP WORLD TOUR 500
RIO DE JANEIRO 19-25 FEBRUARY ROTTERDAM TOKYO
ATP WORLD TOUR 500

12-18 FEBRUARY 1-7 OCTOBER


Rio Open presented ABN AMRO World Tennis Rakuten Japan Open Tennis
by Claro Tournament Championships

Luiz Procopio Richard Nao


Carvalho Krajicek Kawatei
Tournament Director Tournament Director Tournament Director

SITE: Jockey Club Brasileiro SITE: Rotterdam Ahoy SITE: Musashino Forest Sport Plaza
WEBSITE: rioopen.com WEBSITE: abnamrowtt.nl WEBSITE: rakutenopen.com/en
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 6,200 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 10,000 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 6,000
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2014 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1974 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1972
TEL: +55 (21) 3534-9081 TEL: +31 10 293 3144 TEL: +81 3 3481 2511
E-MAIL: Luiz.carvalho@immbr.com E-MAIL: p.heerinckx@ahoy.nl E-MAIL: rakutenopen@jta-tennis.or.jp
MEDIA CONTACT: Diana Gabanyi MEDIA CONTACT: Dimitri Bonthuis MEDIA CONTACT: Nobu Hatta
E-MAIL: diana@gabanyis.com E-MAIL: d.bonthuis@ahoy.nl E-MAIL: hatta@Tennisfactory.co.jp
TEL: +55 11 98162 3818 TEL: +31 6 21555030 TEL: +81 3 3481 2511
TICKET HOTLINE: +31 10 2933811 TICKET HOTLINE: +81 50 5817 9070

VIENNA 22-28 OCTOBER WASHINGTON 30 JULY-5 AUGUST


Erste Bank Citi Open
Open 500 ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event

Herwig Keely
Straka O’Brien
Tournament Director Tournament Director

SITE: Wiener Stadthalle SITE: Rock Creek Park Tennis Center


WEBSITE: erstebank-open.com WEBSITE: citiopentennis.com
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 8,800 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 7,500
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1974 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1969
TEL: +43 (1) 53552850 TEL: +1 202 721 9583
E-MAIL: hs@emotion.at E-MAIL: kobrien@lagardere-se.com
MEDIA CONTACT: Karlheinz Wieser MEDIA CONTACT: Kara Pokropski
E-MAIL: presse@erstebank-open.com E-MAIL: kpokropski@lagardere-se.com
TEL: +43 664 2100310 TEL: +1 202 721 9527
TICKET HOTLINE: +43 1 79999 79 TICKET HOTLINE: +1 202 721 9500

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ATP WORLD TOUR 250
ANTALYA ANTWERP ATLANTA

ATP WORLD TOUR 250


24-30 JUNE 15-21 OCTOBER 23-29 JULY
Antalya Open European Open BB&T Atlanta Open

Umit Eddie
Yilmaz Tournament Director Gonzalez
Tournament Director To be announced Tournament Director

SITE: Antalya Tennis Arena SITE: Lotto Arena SITE: Atlantic Station
WEBSITE: antalyaopen.com WEBSITE: europeanopen.be WEBSITE: bbtatlantaopen.com
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 5,126 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 4,500 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,788
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2017 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2016 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2010
TEL: +90 532 477 2045 TEL: +32 2 779 54 80 TEL: +1 404 941 9202
E-MAIL: umit@antalyaopen.com E-MAIL: info@tennium.com E-MAIL: gonzalez@bbtatlantaopen.com
MEDIA CONTACT: TBC MEDIA CONTACT: Anna Panades MEDIA CONTACT: Rick Limpert
TEL: +90 532 477 2045 E-MAIL: ap@tennium.com E-MAIL: rlimpert@gfsportsholdsings.com
TEL: +34 696 141 711 TEL: +1 404 941 9202
TICKET HOTLINE: +32 70 345 345 Tele Ticket TICKET HOTLINE: +1 404 941 9202

AUCKLAND 8-13 JANUARY BASTAD 16-22 JULY BRISBANE31 DECEMBER-7 JANUARY


ASB Classic SkiStar Swedish Open Brisbane International
presented by Suncorp
ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event
Karl Christer
Budge Hult
Tournament Director Tournament Director

SITE: ASB Tennis Arena SITE: Bastad Tennis Stadium Tournament Director
To be announced
WEBSITE: asbclassic.co.nz WEBSITE: swedishopen.org
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,500 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 4,800 SITE: Queensland Tennis Centre
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1956 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1948 WEBSITE: brisbaneinternational.com.au
TEL: +64 21 675 006 TEL: +46 734 33 68 01 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 5,500
E-MAIL: karl@tennisauckland.co.nz E-MAIL: chult@lagardere-se.com TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2009
MEDIA CONTACT: Rewa Harriman MEDIA CONTACT: Marcus Duner TEL: +617 3120 7930
E-MAIL: media@tennisauckland.co.nz E-MAIL: mduner@lagardere-se.com E-MAIL: brisbaneinternational@tennis.com.au
TEL: +64 9 373 1706 TEL: +46 734 33 68 06 MEDIA CONTACT: Carly Rossi
TICKET HOTLINE: 0800 Ticketek TICKET HOTLINE: +46 771 47 70 70 E-MAIL: crossi@tennis.com.au
TEL: +61 7 3120 7912 / +61 (0)4 1793 0804
TICKET HOTLINE: 1300 888 104
or +61 3 9039 9407

BUDAPEST 23-29 APRIL BUENOS AIRES 12-18 FEBRUARY


Gazprom Hungarian Open Argentina Open

Attila Martin
Richter Jaite
Tournament Director Tournament Director

SITE: BudaPart-Kopaszi gat SITE: Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis


WEBSITE: hungarianopen.org WEBSITE: argentinaopenatp.com
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,882 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 4,800
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2017 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2001
TEL: +36 703 757 002 TEL: +1 305 255 1388
E-MAIL: arichter@huntennis.hu E-MAIL: miguelnido@aol.com
MEDIA CONTACT: Krisztina Tamas MEDIA CONTACT: Eduardo Puppo
E-MAIL: press@huntennis.hu E-MAIL: puppoe@fibertel.com.ar
TEL: +36 309 626 623 TEL: +54 114 795 7540
TICKET HOTLINE: +54 115 533 5533

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ATP WORLD TOUR 250
CHENGDU DELRAY BEACH 19-25 FEBRUARY DOHA
ATP WORLD TOUR 250

24-30 SEPTEMBER 1-6 JANUARY


Chengdu Open Delray Beach Open Qatar ExxonMobil Open

Mark S. Karim
Tournament Director Baron Alami
To be announced Tournament Director Tournament Director

SITE: Sichuan International Tennis Center SITE: Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center SITE: Khalifa Tennis Complex
WEBSITE: ChengduOpenTennis.com WEBSITE: YellowTennisBall.com WEBSITE: qatartennis.org
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 4,000 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,521 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 7,000
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2016 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1993 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1993
TEL: +852 2894 0288 TEL: +1 561 330 6000 TEL: +974 44 409 666
E-MAIL: nick.freyer@img.com E-MAIL: MBaron@YellowTennisBall.com E-MAIL: salman@qatartennis.org
MEDIA CONTACT: Doris Chan MEDIA CONTACT: Lisa Franson Smita@qatartennis.org
E-MAIL: doris.chan@img.com E-MAIL: LFranson@YellowTennisBall.com MEDIA CONTACT: Redab Massoud
TEL: +852 2894 0288 TEL: +1 954 290 1326 E-MAIL: redab@qatartennis.org
TICKET HOTLINE: +1 561 330 6000 TEL: +974 4440 9698
TICKET HOTLINE: +974 4440 9666

EASTBOURNE 25-30 JUNE ESTORIL 30 APRIL-6 MAY GENEVA 20-26 MAY


International Eastbourne Millennium Estoril Open Banque Eric Sturdza
Geneva Open

Gavin Joao
Fletcher Zilhao Thierry
Tournament Director Tournament Director Grin
Tournament Director
SITE: Devonshire Park, Eastbourne SITE: Clube de Tenis do Estoril
WEBSITE: lta.org.uk WEBSITE: millenniumestorilopen.com SITE: Tennis Club de Geneve Eaux-Vives
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 5,000 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,700 WEB: BanqueEricSturdzaGenevaOpen.com
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2009 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2015 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,700
TEL: +44 797 114 1019 E-MAIL: jz@millenniumestorilopen.com TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1980
E-MAIL: Gavin.Fletcher@lta.org.uk MEDIA CONTACT: Miguel Seabra TEL: +41 22 510 23 25
TEL: +44 20 7381 7041 E-MAIL: press@millenniumestorilopen.com E-MAIL: info@geneva-open.com
MEDIA CONTACT: Charlotte James TICKET HOTLINE: millenniumestorilopen.com MEDIA CONTACT: Laurent Ducret
E-MAIL: Charlotte.James@lta.org.uk E-MAIL: info@genevaopen.ch
TEL: +61 430 011 798 TEL: +41 22 510 23 25
TICKET HOTLINE: +44 844 581 3015 TICKET HOTLINE: +41 22 510 23 25
ticketing@geneva-open.com

GSTAAD 23-29 JULY HOUSTON 9-15 APRIL ISTANBUL 30 APRIL-6 MAY


J. Safra Sarasin Fayez Sarofim & Co. TEB BNP Paribas
Swiss Open Gstaad U.S. Men’s Clay Court Istanbul Open
Championship

Jean-Francois Yavuz
Collet Bronwyn Selek
Tournament Director Greer Tournament Director
Tournament Director
SITE: Roy Emerson Arena SITE: Garanti Koza Arena
WEBSITE: jsafrasarasinswissopengstaad.ch SITE: River Oaks Country Club WEBSITE: istanbulopen.org
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 4,500 WEBSITE: usmensclaycourt.com STADIUM COURT SEATING: 8,000
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1915 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,500 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2015
TEL: +41 21 804 10 70 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1910 TEL: +90 444 84 48  
E-MAIL: ao@gcmsa.ch TEL: +1 713 874 6294 E-MAIL: yselek@garantikoza.com.tr
MEDIA CONTACT: Nik Schwab E-MAIL: bronwyn.greer@usmensclaycourt.com or info@kozawos.com
E-MAIL: sch@nikschwab.ch MEDIA CONTACT: Pete Holtermann MEDIA CONTACT: TBC  
TEL: +41 78 644 91 80 E-MAIL: pete@holtermediainc.com E-MAIL: media@kozawos.com
TICKET HOTLINE: +41 33 748 81 82 TEL: +1 312 218 3442 TEL: +902124120818
TICKET HOTLINE: + 1 713 874 6210 TICKET HOTLINE: +90 444 84 48

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ATP WORLD TOUR 250
KITZBUHEL LOS CABOS LYON

ATP WORLD TOUR 250


30 JULY-4 AUGUST 30 JULY-4 AUGUST 20-26 MAY
Generali Open Abierto Mexicano de Tenis Open Parc Auvergne-
Mifel presentado por Rhone-Alpes Lyon
Cinemex
Alexander
Antonitsch Thierry
Tournament Director Ascione
Jose Antonio
Fernandez Celorio Tournament Director
SITE: Kitzbuheler Tennis Club
Tournament Director
WEBSITE: generaliopen.com SITE: Parc de la Tete d’Or
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 6,400 SITE: Cabo Del Mar WEBSITE: openparc.com
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1895 WEBSITE: abiertoloscabos.com STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,500
TEL: +43 699 133 88160 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,500 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2017
E-MAIL: tournament@ktc.at TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2016 TEL: +33 4 91 72 69 59
MEDIA CONTACT: Daniela Maier TEL: +52 55 5261 6280 E-MAIL: thierryascione@lgb-invest.com
E-MAIL: redaktion@ktc.at E-MAIL: jfernandez@pegaso.net MEDIA CONTACT: Judith Samain
TEL: +43 664 234 22 11 MEDIA CONTACT: Andrea Huerta E-MAIL: j.samain@sportplusconseil.com
TICKET HOTLINE: +43 5356 73160 E-MAIL: ahuerta@pegaso.net TEL: +33 6 22 82 83 35
TICKET HOTLINE: +52 55 21673232 TICKET HOTLINE: +33 4 91 72 69 59

MARRAKECH  9-15 APRIL MARSEILLE  19-25 FEBRUARY METZ 17-23 SEPTEMBER


Grand Prix Open 13 Provence Moselle Open
Hassan II

Julien
Hicham Jean-Francois Boutter
Arazi Caujolle Tournament Director
Tournament Director Tournament Director
SITE: Les Arenes de Metz
SITE: Royal Tennis Club de Marrakech SITE: Palais des Sports WEBSITE: moselle-open.com
WEBSITE: frmt.ma WEBSITE: open13.fr STADIUM COURT SEATING: 5,000
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,500 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 6,000 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2003
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1984 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1993 TEL: +33 3 8721 1417
TEL: +212 5 24 43 19 02 TEL: +33 4 91 72 69 59 E-MAIL: jboutter@moselle-open.com
E-MAIL: rtcma.marrakech@gmail.com E-MAIL: jf.caujolle@open13.org MEDIA CONTACT: Julien Boutter
or rtcma@menara.ma MEDIA CONTACT: Eli Weinstein E-MAIL: jboutter@moselle-open.com
MEDIA CONTACT: Youssef Khalfaoui E-MAIL:ewsports@gmail.com TEL: +33 3 8721 1417
E-MAIL: youssefk1968@gmail.com TEL: +33 6 95 31 57 82 TICKET HOTLINE: +33 3 8721 1417
TEL: +212 661 65 75 54 TICKET HOTLINE: +33 4 91 72 69 59

MONTPELLIER 5-11 FEBRUARY MOSCOW  15-21 OCTOBER


Open Sud de France VTB Kremlin Cup
ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event

Sebastien
Grosjean Amir
Tournament Director Tarpischev
Tournament Director
SITE: Sud de France Arena – Montpellier
WEBSITE: opensuddefrance.com SITE: Olympic Stadium
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 7,500 WEBSITE: kremlincup.ru
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2010 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 8,500
TEL: +33 1 82 83 07 20 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1990
EMAIL : contact@opensuddefrance.com TEL: +7 495 956 3360
MEDIA CONTACT : Antoine Ludger E-MAIL: kremlincup@russport.ru
EMAIL : antoine.ludger@tvsportevents.com MEDIA CONTACT: Natalia Shmeleva
TEL : +33 1 82 83 07 24 E-MAIL: natalia.shmeleva@russport.ru
TICKET HOTLINE: +33 4 67176969 TEL: +7 495 956 3360
TICKET HOTLINE: +7 495 956 3360

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ATP WORLD TOUR 250
MUNICH NEWPORT NEW YORK
ATP WORLD TOUR 250

30 APRIL-6 MAY 16-22 JULY 12-18 FEBRUARY


BMW Open by FWU AG Dell Technologies New York Open
Hall of Fame Open

Patrik J osh
Kuhnen Todd Ripple
Tournament Director Martin Tournament Director
Tournament Director
SITE: MTTC Iphitos SITE: NYCB LIVE Nassau Veterans Memorial
WEBSITE: bmwopen.de SITE: International Tennis Hall of Fame Coliseum
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,800 WEBSITE: HallofFameOpen.com WEBSITE: newyorkopen.com
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1900 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,500 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 6,200
TEL: + 49 89 3220905 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1881 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2018
patrik.kuehnen@mmpevent.de TEL: +1 401 849 3990 TEL: +1 212 433 1236
MEDIA CONTACT: Kai Meesters E-MAIL: tmartin@tennisfame.com E-MAIL: jripple@gfsportsholdings.com
EMAIL: kai.meesters@mmpevent.de MEDIA CONTACT: Anne Marie McLaughlin MEDIA CONTACT: TBC
TEL: +49 221 940577 21 E-MAIL: amclaughlin@tennisfame.com E-MAIL: media@newyorkopen.com
TICKET HOTLINE: + 49 221 940577 66 TEL: +1 401 324 6033 TEL: +1 212 433 1236
TICKET HOTLINE: +1 516 231 4848

PUNE 1-6 JANUARY QUITO 5-11 FEBRUARY SAO PAULO 26 FEBRUARY-4 MARCH
Tata Open Maharashtra Ecuador Open Brasil Open

Tom Prashant
Annear Sutar Fabricio Luis Felipe
Co-Tournament Co-Tournament Valdivieso Tavares
Director Director Tournament Director Tournament Director

SITE: Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Shivaji Sports SITE: Club Jacaranda SITE: Esporte Clube Pinheiros
Complex, Balewadi, Pune WEBSITE: ecuadoropen.com.ec WEBSITE: brasilopen.com.br
WEBSITE: maharashtraopen.com STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,500 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 7,500
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 4,000 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2015 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2001
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1996 TEL: +593 999 606260 TEL: +55 11 2125 8500
E-MAIL: S.Karthikeyan@imgreliance.com E-MAIL: mercadeo@ecuadoropen.com.ec E-MAIL: luisfelipe.tavares@kochtavares.com.br
MEDIA CONTACT: Gautam K Sheth MEDIA CONTACT: Catalina Garavito MEDIA CONTACT: Daniela Giuntini
E-MAIL: gautam@wordswork.in E-MAIL: prensa@ecuadoropen.com.ec E-MAIL: imprensa@dgwcomunicacao.com.br
or cgaravito@ecuadoropen.com.ec TEL: +55 11 98292 0826
TEL: +593 999 606260 or +57 310 293 4725
TICKETS ONLINE: ticketshow.com.ec

SHENZHEN 24-30 SEPTEMBER ’S-HERTOGENBOSCH 11-17 JUNE SOFIA 5-11 FEBRUARY


Shenzhen Open Ricoh Open Sofia Open

Leon Marcel Paul


Sun Hunze McNamee
Tournament Director Tournament Director Tournament Director

SITE: Longgang Tennis Center SITE: Autotron Rosmalen SITE: Arena Armeec Sofia
WEBSITE: shenzhenopen.cn WEBSITE: ricoh-open.nl WEBSITE: sofiaopen.bg
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 4,000 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 5,500 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 10,500
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2014 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1990 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2016
MEDIA CONTACT: Peter Johnston TEL: +31 43 367 2424 TEL: +359 2 8703078
E-MAIL: peter@peterjohnstonsports.com E-MAIL: info@ricoh-open.nl E-MAIL: pmcnamee@kozawos.com
TEL: +86 13534043603 MEDIA CONTACT: Marina Witte E-MAIL: info@sofiaopen.bg
TEL: +31 70 415 7898 MEDIA CONTACT: Nayden Todorov
TICKET HOTLINE: +31 88 123 24 22 E-MAIL: media@sofiaopen.bg
TEL: +359 89 660 2400
TICKETS ONLINE: eventim.bg

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ATP WORLD TOUR 250
STOCKHOLM ST.  PETERSBURG 17-23 SEPTEMBER STUTTGART

ATP WORLD TOUR 250


15-21 OCTOBER 11-17 JUNE
Intrum Stockholm Open St. Petersburg Open MercedesCup

Simon Olesya Edwin


Aspelin Gankevich Weindorfer
Tournament Director Tournament Director Tournament Director

SITE: Kungliga Tennishallen SITE: Sibur Arena SITE: TC Weissenhof


WEBSITE: stockholmopen.se WEBSITE: spbopen.ru WEBSITE: mercedescup.de
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,500 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 7,120 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 5,000
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1969 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1995 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1896
TEL: +46 734 205671 TEL: +7 985 998 7980 TEL: +49 711 16543 42
E-MAIL: saspelin@lagardere-se.com E-MAIL: gankevich@me.com E-MAIL: info@mercedescup.de
MEDIA CONTACT: Marcus Duner MEDIA CONTACT: Vera Putina MEDIA CONTACT: Karlheinz Wieser
E-MAIL: mduner@lagardere-se.com E-MAIL: belokamennaya@inbox.ru E-MAIL: presse@mercedescup.de
TEL: +46 734 33 68 06 TEL: +7 911 221 5047 TEL: +49 173 739 9820
TICKET HOTLINE: +46 771 477070 TICKET HOTLINE: +7 926 531 2552 TICKET HOTLINE: +49 180 661 6263

SYDNEY 7-13 JANUARY UMAG 16-22 JULY WINSTON-SALEM 19-25 AUGUST


Sydney International Plava Laguna Winston-Salem Open
ATP World Tour / WTA Combined Event Croatia Open Umag

Bill
Lawrence Lawrence Oakes
Robertson Frankopan Tournament Director
Tournament Director Tournament Director
SITE: Wake Forest University
SITE: Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre SITE: ATP Stadion Goran Ivanicevic WEBSITE: winstonsalemopen.com
WEBSITE: sydneyinternational.com.au WEBSITE: croatiaopen.hr STADIUM COURT SEATING: 3,600
STADIUM COURT SEATING: 10,000 STADIUM COURT SEATING: 4,000 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2011
TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1885 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 1990 E-MAIL: oakeswr@wfu.edu
TEL: +61 481 954 584 TEL: +385 52 719 125 TEL: +1 336 758 5950
E-MAIL: lawrence.robertson@tennis.com.au E-MAIL: lfrankopan@starwingsports.com MEDIA CONTACT: TBC
MEDIA CONTACT: Harriet Rendle MEDIA CONTACT: Loreta Krota E-MAIL: media@winstonsalemopen.com
E-MAIL: hrendle@tennis.com.au E-MAIL: jasminka.vidan@istraturist.hr TICKET HOTLINE: +1 336 758 6409
TEL: +61 2 9024 7700 TEL: +385 52 719 406
TICKET HOTLINE: 1300 888 104 TICKET HOTLINE: + 385 99 265 46 83
INTERNATIONAL BOOKINGS: +61 3 9039 9407

NEXT GEN ATP FINALS 6-10 NOVEMBER


NEXT GEN ATP FINALS

Milan, Italy
Chris Kermode
Tournament Chairman

SITE: Fiera Milano WEBSITE: NextGenATPFinals.com


COURT SEATING: 5,000 TOURNAMENT FIRST HELD: 2017
ATP MANAGEMENT: 
George Ciz E-MAIL: gciz@atpworldtour.com
Ross Hutchins E-MAIL: rhutchins@atpworldtour.com TEL: +44 20 7381 7890
ITALIAN MANAGEMENT: 
Diego Nepi Molineris E-MAIL: diego.nepi@coni.it
Sergio Palmieri E-MAIL: s.palmieri@federtennis.it
MEDIA CONTACT:
Edward La Cava E-MAIL: elacava@atpworldtour.com TEL: +1 904 285 8000

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PLAYER
BIOGRAPHIES
ACTIVE PLAYERS*
FORMER CHAMPIONS
OPEN ERA WINNERS

* TOP 100 SINGLES


TOP 8 DOUBLES TEAMS
TOP 200 #NEXTGENATP
RADU ALBOT MDA
@RaduAlbot @ RaduAlbot
BORN: 11 November 1989, Chisinau, Moldova HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.75m (5'9") / 69kg (152lbs)
RESIDENCE: Chisinau, Moldova PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 30-42 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,268,479
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 81 (17 April 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 4-2 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 68 (22 June 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL > Favourite tournaments are US


PRIZE MONEY: $488,359 > Some players gave him the Open and Wimbledon
W-L: 9-17 (singles), 2-4 (doubles) nickname "Machine" > Idols growing up were Sebastien
SINGLES QF (1): Antalya > Began playing tennis at age 8 Grosjean and Marat Safin
because his father watched > If he was not a tennis player, he
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS tennis on TV would have played football
> Top-ranked Moldovan in ATP > Father, Vladimir, works at the Enjoys spending time with
> 
Rankings history achieved ministry of internal affairs; friends and biking
career-high No. 81 on 17 April mother, Svetlana, is a dentist > Studying at sports university in
2017 after reaching Marrakech > Speaks Romanian, Russian, Chisinau
2R. Broke into Top 100 on 27 July English and a bit of German and Has trained in Romania,
> 
2015 following run to Poznan, Spanish Germany, USA and Spain
POL Challenger final. > Favourite surfaces are hard and clay > C oached by Liam Smith
> Advanced to 1st ATP World Tour
QF at 2017 Antalya. Captured
2015 Istanbul doubles title in YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
team debut w/Lajovic. Earned 15 2017: 87 (9-17) 2014: 169 (7-4) 2011: 281 (0-0) 2008: 933 (0-0)
of 30 tour-level singles wins in 2016: 97 (4-11) 2013: 168 (5-1) 2010: 490 (0-0) 2007: T1028 (0-0)
Davis Cup Group II, including 2015: 121 (2-5) 2012: 224 (2-2) 2009: 715 (1-2)
comebacks from 2 sets down
against Dzumhur, Gerasimov GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 4-9)
and Sousa. W-L 18 17 16 15 14
> Qualified and beat Lu in 5th-set Aus. Open 0-1 1R — — —
TB to reach Grand Slam 3R for Roland Garros 0-2 1R 1R — —
1st time at 2017 US Open. Also Wimbledon 2-2 2R 2R — —
qualified at 2014 US Open, 2016 US Open 2-4 3R 1R 1R 1R
Roland Garros and 2016
Wimbledon. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-2)
> Owns 100+ wins on both ATP W-L 18 17
Challenger Tour (142-106 with 6 Indian Wells 0-1 1R
titles) and ITF Futures Circuit Miami 0-1 1R
(155-78 with 14 titles). Monte-Carlo 0-0 —
> Peaked at No. 11 in junior Madrid 0-0 —
rankings on 22 January 2007. Rome 0-0 —
Defeated future Top 10 pros Canada 0-0 —
Dimitrov and Raonic in juniors. Cincinnati 0-0 —
Shanghai 0-0 —
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). Paris 0-0 —

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KEVIN ANDERSON RSA
www.realifetennis.com @KandersonATP @ KAndersonATP @kandersonatp
BORN: 18 May 1986, Johannesburg, RSA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 2.03m (6'8") / 93kg (205lbs)
RESIDENCE: Gulf Stream, FL, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 271-201 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $10,241,620
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 12-57 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 10 (12 October 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 10-8 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 58 (17 November 2014)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (3): 2015 (1): Winston- 2007 team final. Earned All-
PRIZE MONEY: $2,857,945 Salem (H); 2012 (1): Delray Beach American honors all 3 years.
W-L: 32-21 (singles), 3-2 (doubles) (H); 2011 (1): Johannesburg (H). > Favourite surface is hard and
SINGLES F (2): Washington, US Open FINALIST (10): 2017 (2): US Open (H), shot is serve
SF (1): Estoril Washington (H); 2015 (2): London/ > Favourite tournament is Indian
QF (3): Geneva, Montreal, Queen's Club (G), Memphis (IH); Wells
Stockholm 2014 (2): Acapulco (H), Delray > Enjoys outdoor adventures,
Beach (H); 2013 (3): Atlanta (H), reading and playing guitar
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Casablanca (CL), Sydney (H); 2008 > Member of ATP Player Council
> Finished 4 of last 5 seasons in (1): Las Vegas (H). from June 2012-18
Top 20 (2013-15, 2017), CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (3). > Founded RealLifeTennis.com
achieving career-high No. 10 on with wife Kelsey and former
12 October 2015. Became 1st PERSONAL coach GD Jones, where they
South African in Top 10 since > Began playing tennis at age 6 offer in-depth tennis instruction
Ferreira on 5 May 1997. Spent > Parents Michael and Barbara and access to life on tour
only 1 week in Top 10. retired from engineering in > Wife, Kelsey, played on golf
> Won 1st of 3 ATP World Tour 2007; father now works part- team at University of Illinois
titles on home soil at 2011 time in hotel business; brother, (married 26 November 2011)
Johannesburg. Earned 30+ Gregory > C oached by Jay Bosworth
wins in 6 of last 7 seasons (2011- > Used to competitively run 800 > Struggled with a series of
15, 2017). Qualified for 9 tour- meter races injuries in 2016-17, including
level events in 2010, tied with 8 > Played at University of Illinois left knee, right shoulder, groin,
other players for 2nd-most in for 3 seasons (2005-07). Won hip and left thigh. Also
Open Era. 2006 NCAA doubles title (w/ underwent minor ankle
> Advanced to 1st Grand Slam SF Ryan Rowe). Reached 2007 surgery on 15 March 2016.
and final at 2017 US Open as NCAA singles semi-finals and
World No. 32, becoming doubles final. Also reached
lowest-ranked US Open
finalist since inception of
rankings in 1973 and 1st South YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
African US Open finalist in 2017: 14 (32-21) 2013: 20 (37-23) 2009: 162 (2-6) 2005: 548 (0-0)
Open Era. Also became tallest 2016: 67 (17-21) 2012: 37 (30-26) 2008: 106 (13-10) 2004: T1175 (0-0)
Grand Slam finalist in Open Era 2015: 12 (46-24) 2011: 32 (42-27) 2007: 228 (0-1)
at 2.03m/6-foot-8. 2014: 16 (38-24) 2010: 61 (14-18) 2006: 513 (0-0)
> Equaled best win of career by
beating No. 3 Murray to reach GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 56-34)
1st Grand Slam QF at 2015 US W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
Open. Owns 2-9 record in Grand Aus. Open 11-9 — 1R 4R 4R 4R 3R 1R 1R 1R 1R
Slam 4R, including 2015 Roland Garros 14-8 4R 1R 3R 4R 4R 3R 2R 1R — —
Wimbledon loss from 2 sets up Wimbledon 12-9 4R 1R 4R 4R 3R 1R 2R 1R — 1R
to eventual champion and US Open 19-8 F 3R QF 3R 2R 1R 3R 3R — —
World No. 1 Djokovic.
> Owns 0-8 record in ATP ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 68-64)
Masters 1000 QFs, beating W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
Wawrinka en route to 3 QFs in Indian Wells 10-8 2R — 3R QF QF 3R 1R 2R 1R —
2014 (Indian Wells, Toronto, Miami 13-8 2R — 4R 3R 3R 3R QF 2R — 3R
Paris). In ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo 1-4 — — — 1R 2R 1R 1R — — —
debut, defeated defending Madrid 5-7 — 1R 1R 2R 3R 2R 2R 1R — —
champion Djokovic in 2008 Rome 6-7 1R 2R 3R 2R 3R 1R 1R — — —
Miami 2R as Q. Canada 13-8 QF QF 1R QF 1R 1R 3R 3R — —
Cincinnati 5-8 1R 3R 3R 1R 1R 1R 2R — — 1R
Shanghai 8-8 2R 2R QF 2R 2R 2R 1R 1R — —
Paris 7-6 2R — 3R QF 2R 3R 2R — — —

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FELIX AUGER-ALIASSIME CAN
@felixtennis @felixaliassime
BORN: 8 August 2000, Montreal, Canada HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3")/ 84kg (185lbs)
RESIDENCE: Montreal, Canada PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 0-0 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $86,995
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 153 (16 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 691 (17 July 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Lyon, FRA as 16-year-old WC Malika, plays college tennis


PRIZE MONEY: $66,108 and 2017 Seville, ESP. Joined the > Favourite surface is hard court
W-L: 0-0 (singles) likes of Nadal and Chang as 7th > Favourite shots are forehand
CHALLENGER: 21-12 (singles), player to win a Challenger title and serve
1-4 (doubles) before turning 17. Youngest Favourite
>  tournament is
Challenger champion since Roland Garros
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Tomic, 16, at 2009 Melbourne, > Idols growing up were Roger
> Youngest player in year-end Top AUS. Federer and Jo-Wilfried
500 achieved career-high No. > Peaked at No. 2 in junior rankings Tsonga
153 on 16 October 2017 following on 6 June 2016. Went 79-19 on ITF Shares the same birthdate
> 
Fairfield, USA Challenger 1R Junior Circuit with wins over with Federer, whom he trained
win. Broke into Top 200 on 11 fellow #NextGenATP players de with in Dubai following the
September 2017 after winning Minaur, Harris, Shapovalov and 2017 season
2nd Challenger title at Seville, Tsitsipas. Reached 5 Grand Slam Enjoys watching movies and
> 
ESP. Became youngest Top 200 junior finals, winning singles playing piano
player since Gasquet on 21 July title at 2016 US Open and doubles > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
2003. title at 2015 US Open w/ would be a musician or a
> Earned 1st ranking point as Shapovalov. football player
14-year-old on 23 March 2015 > Supports Montreal Canadiens
after qualifying at Drummondville, PERSONAL (NHL) and admires Usain Bolt
CAN Challenger in pro debut. > Began playing tennis at age 4 Practices at Tennis Canadas
> 
First player born in 2000s to be with his dad National Training Centre in
ranked. Father, Sam Aliassime, is a
>  Montreal
> Yet to make ATP World Tour main tennis coach and originally Coached by Guillaume Marx
> 
draw singles debut entering from Togo; mother, Marie and Frederic Fontang. Fitness
2018. Made ATP doubles debut Auger, is a teacher; sister, trainer is Nicolas Perrotte.
as 15-year-old WC at 2016 ATP
Masters 1000 Toronto w/
Shapovalov (l. to Tomic/Troicki). YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Captured titles in 1st 2 ATP 2017: 162 (0-0) 2016: 601 (0-0) 2015: 760 (0-0)
Challenger Tour finals at 2017

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NIKOLOZ BASILASHVILI GEO
@nikolozbasilashvili
BORN: 23 February 1992, Tbilisi, Georgia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 79kg (174lbs)
RESIDENCE: Tbilisi, Georgia PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 37-46 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,409,671
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 2-3 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 51 (19 June 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 514 (21 March 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Father, Nodar, was a dancer in > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
PRIZE MONEY: $759,349 Georgian national ballet, would be a pilot
W-L: 25-27 (singles), 0-8 (doubles) Sukhishvili; mother, Natalia, > Wife, Neka (married 28
SINGLES F (1): Memphis was a doctor; brother, Tengiz September 2013); son, Lukas
SF (3): Sofia, Lyon, Metz > Idols growing up were Roger (born 4 May 2015)
Federer and Rafael Nadal > Trained in Sacramento,
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Favourite surface is hard and California, from 2007 to 2011
> Finished 2016 and 2017 in Top shot is forehand > Currently trains in Istanbul,
100, achieving career-high No. > Favourite tournament is Turkey at Garanti Koza Academy
51 on 19 June 2017 soon after run Wimbledon > Coached by Goran Marijan and
to Roland Garros 3R. > Speaks English, Georgian and Gavin Hopper
> First Georgian to advance to an Russian
ATP World Tour final, doing so at > Hobbies include aviation,
2016 Kitzbuhel and 2017 movies and cooking
Memphis.
> Enjoyed career-high 25 victories
in 2017, including biggest of YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
career over No. 8 Thiem in Sofia 2017: 59 (25-27) 2014: 192 (0-1) 2011: 592 (0-0) 2008: 1228 (0-0)
2R. Posted 1st Top 10 win over 2016: 94 (8-10) 2013: 371 (0-0) 2010: 634 (0-0)
No. 10 Berdych in 2016 Vienna 2015: 104 (4-8) 2012: 316 (0-0) 2009: 557 (0-0)
1R.
> Second Georgian to reach Grand GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-9)
Slam 3R, doing so at 2015 W-L 18 17 16 15
Wimbledon as Q and 2017 Roland Aus. Open 0-2 1R 1R —
Garros. Countryman Labadze Roland Garros 2-3 3R 1R 1R
advanced to 2006 Wimbledon Wimbledon 3-2 2R — 3R
4R. US Open 0-2 1R — 1R
> Snapped 6-match losing streak
at ATP Masters 1000 events to ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-8)
begin career by reaching 2017 W-L 18 17 16 15
Cincinnati 3R. Indian Wells 0-1 1R — —
Miami 0-1 1R — —
CAREER FINALIST (2): 2017 (1): Memphis Monte-Carlo 0-1 1R — —
(IH); 2016 (1): Kitzbuhel (CL). Madrid 0-0 — — —
Rome 0-0 — — —
PERSONAL Canada 0-1 1R — —
> Nicknamed "Basil" Cincinnati 2-2 3R 1R —
> Began playing tennis at age 5 Shanghai 0-2 1R — 1R
with his father Paris 0-0 — — —

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ROBERTO BAUTISTA AGUT ESP
www.robertobautista.com @BautistaAgut @ roberto.bautista.agut.oficial @robertobautistaagut
BORN: 14 April 1988, Castellon de la Plana, Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 76kg (168lbs)
RESIDENCE: Castellon de la Plana, Spain PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 212-130 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $7,430,934
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 7-39 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 13 (17 October 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 7-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 169 (3 March 2014)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (6): 2017 (2): Winston- > Enjoys horseback riding (owns
PRIZE MONEY: $1,794,937 Salem (H), Chennai (H); 2016 (2): 7 horses)
W-L: 48-21 (singles), 4-3 (doubles) Sofia (IH), Auckland (H); 2014 (2): Supports Villarreal C.F. and
> 
SINGLES TITLES (2): Chennai, Stuttgart (CL), 's-Hertogenbosch (G). C.D. Castellon
Winston-Salem FINALIST (6): 2016 (2): Shanghai (H), Played football for Villarreal
> 
SF (4): Sofia, Munich, Gstaad, St. Winston-Salem (H); 2015 (2): C.F. until he was 14
Petersburg Valencia (IH), Moscow (IH); 2014 (1): > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
QF (4): Halle, Montreal, Beijing, Moscow (IH); 2013 (1): Chennai (H). would be a football player
Basel In 2014, received ATP Most
> 
PERSONAL Improved Player of the Year
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Nicknamed "Bati" Award (voted by players)
> Ended 4 straight seasons in Top > Began playing tennis at age 5 > Coached by Tomas Carbonell
25 (2014-17), achieving career- > Father, Joaquin, is a former and Pepe Vendrell
high No. 13 on 17 October 2016 football player and current
after reaching ATP Masters banker; mother, Ester, owns a
1000 Shanghai final. Ranked clothing store
between No. 13 and No. 23 each > Idols growing up were Juan
week from 18 January 2016 Carlos Ferrero and David
through present. Ferrer
> Captured 6 titles -- all ATP
World Tour 250s -- including
’s-Hertogenbosch and Stuttgart YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
in 2014. Only attempted title 2017: 20 (48-21) 2013: 59 (26-22) 2009: 282 (0-1) 2005: 870 (0-0)
defense at 's-Hertogenbosch in 2016: 14 (48-23) 2012: 80 (3-10) 2008: 381 (0-0) 2004: T1175 (0-0)
2015 with Stuttgart held during 2015: 25 (42-29) 2011: 179 (0-0) 2007: 452 (0-0)
same week. 2014: 15 (45-23) 2010: 170 (0-1) 2006: T1013 (0-0)
> E arned 40+ victories in 4
straight seasons (2014-17). Did GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 42-21)
not earn 1st win until age 23 at W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
2012 ATP Masters 1000 Miami Aus. Open 11-6 4R 4R 2R 4R 2R 1R
as Q (d. Seppi). Roland Garros 10-5 4R 4R 2R 3R 2R —
> Reached Grand Slam 4R on 9 Wimbledon 10-5 4R 3R 4R 3R 2R —
occasions, including 4 straight US Open 11-5 3R 3R 4R 4R 2R —
at 2015 Wimbledon, 2015 US
Open, 2016 Australian Open ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 48-39)
and 2016 Roland Garros. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
Advanced to 2R-or-better at 20 Indian Wells 5-4 3R 3R 3R 4R 1R —
straight and 3R-or-better at 10 Miami 7-6 4R 4R 2R 3R 1R 2R
straight Grand Slams. Monte-Carlo 7-5 2R 3R 3R 2R 2R —
> Enjoyed biggest win of career Madrid 8-4 1R 3R 3R SF — —
over World No. 1 Djokovic to Rome 4-4 3R 2R 2R 1R — —
reach 2016 ATP Masters 1000 Canada 4-3 QF — 2R 1R — —
Shanghai final. Also reached Cincinnati 2-4 1R 1R 2R 2R — —
2014 ATP Masters 1000 Madrid Shanghai 8-4 1R F 2R 3R — —
SF and 2017 ATP Masters 1000 Paris 3-5 3R 2R 2R 3R — 1R
Montreal QF.

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ALJAZ BEDENE GBR
www.aljaz-bedene.com @AljazBedene Aljaz Bedene
BORN: 18 July 1989, Ljubljana, Slovenia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 72kg (159lbs)
RESIDENCE: London, Great Britain PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 70-87 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,289,561
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-13 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 45 (16 November 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 3-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 127 (7 October 2013)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS with plastic racquets a football player


PRIZE MONEY: $656,321 Father, Branko, works for a
>  > Supports Real Madrid (football),
W-L: 19-18 (singles), 2-4 (doubles) computer company; mother, Union Olimpija (basketball) and
SINGLES F (1): Budapest Darlen, works for the Ministry of Cristiano Ronaldo (football)
QF (2): Chennai, 's-Hertogenbosch Defence; twin brother, Andraz > Became a British citizen on 31
> Favourite surface is clay, shot March 2015
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS is forehand and tournament is > Wife, Kim (married 31 July 2017),
> Ended 2015 at year-end high Roland Garros is a singer
No. 45 and enjoyed Top 50 finish > Idols growing up were Fernando > Coached by Nick Cavaday;
again in 2017 at No. 49. Reached Gonzalez, David Nalbandian, fitness trainer is Martin
1st ATP World Tour final at 2015 Michael Schumacher (Formula Skinner
Chennai as Q and 2nd final at One) and Alberto Tomba (skier) > Missed 16 months between
2017 Budapest as Q. > Speaks English, Slovenian and 2008 and 2011 with right wrist
> E arned career-high 19 tour- Croatian injury
level victories in 2017. Won 16 > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
straight ATP main draw, ATP would have loved to have been
qualifying and Challenger
matches in April 2017.
> O wns 14-5 career record at YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Chennai (.737) and 56-82 record 2017: 49 (19-18) 2014: 145 (5-9) 2011: 165 (1-2) 2008: T1659 (0-0)
everywhere else on tour (.406). 2016: 101 (12-19) 2013: 88 (11-18) 2010: 540 (1-0)
> A dvanced to Grand Slam 3R at 2015: 45 (17-17) 2012: 98 (4-4) 2009: 304 (0-0)
2016 Roland Garros and 2017
Wimbledon. Snapped 8-match GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 7-18)
losing streak at Grand Slams to W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
begin career by beating Aus. Open 0-5 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R
Stepanek in 5 sets at 2015 Roland Garros 3-4 2R 3R 1R — 1R
Wimbledon. Wimbledon 3-5 3R 1R 2R 1R 1R
> Boasts 14-2 record in ATP US Open 1-4 1R 1R 2R — 1R
Challenger Tour finals, including
titles in 2017 at Irving, USA; ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 8-11)
Sophia Antipolis, FRA and W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
Barletta, ITA. Went 15-0 at Indian Wells 0-2 — 1R — — 1R
Challengers in 2017. Miami 4-4 1R 2R — 3R 2R
Monte-Carlo 1-1 — 2R — — —
CAREER FINALIST (2): 2017 (1): Budapest Madrid 0-0 — — — — —
(CL); 2015 (1): Chennai (H). Rome 1-2 2R 1R — — —
Canada 0-0 — — — — —
PERSONAL Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — —
> Nickname is "Ali" or "Benki" Shanghai 1-1 2R — — — —
> Began playing tennis at age 7 Paris 1-1 — — 2R — —

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JULIEN BENNETEAU FRA
@julienbenneteau @JulienBenneteauOfficiel
BORN:20December1981,Bourg-en-Bresse,FRA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 79kg (174lbs)
RESIDENCE: Boulogne-Billancourt, France PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 265-286 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $8,997,245
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 17-49 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 25 (17 November 2014)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 9-10 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 5 (3 November 2014)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER FINALIST (10): 2014 (1): Kuala and serves as his coach; 2
PRIZE MONEY: $731,934 Lumpur (IH); 2013 (2): Kuala sisters, Dominique and Marie-
W-L: 13-14 (singles), 20-10 (doubles) Lumpur (IH), Rotterdam (IH); 2012 Sophie
SINGLES SF (1): Paris (2): Kuala Lumpur (IH), Sydney (H); Tennis idols growing up were
> 
QF (2): 's-Hertogenbosch, Antwerp 2011 (1): Winston-Salem (H); 2010 Yannick Noah and Jimmy Connors
DOUBLES TITLES (2): Marseille (w/ (1): Marseille (IH); 2009 (1): Also idolized Michael Jordan,
> 
Mahut), Metz (w/Roger-Vasselin) Kitzbuhel (CL); 2008 (2): Lyon (IC), Ayrton Senna and Alberto Tomba
Casablanca (CL). Favourite football team is
> 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (12). FINALIST (9). Olympique de Marseille
> Finished 11 seasons in singles Top > Wife, Karen (married 22 July
100 (2004, 2006-14, 2017). Ended PERSONAL 2017); son, Ayrton (born 11 July
2014 at career-high No. 25 in > Began playing tennis at age 4. 2015)
singles and career-high No. 5 in Nicknamed "Bennet" > Returned to Top 100 on 22 May
doubles after reaching Nitto ATP > P arents are Andre, who works 2017 after falling as low as No.
Finals SF w/Roger-Vasselin. Tied for a glasses company, and 696 on 18 January 2016
w/Mahut for year-end No. 1 in Laurence, who is a lawyer. following abductor surgery
1999 junior doubles rankings. Younger brother, Antoine, > A nnounced that 2018 will be his
> Played in 1+ singles final each year played at University of Florida final season
from 2008-14, going 0-10. Won 10
of 12 doubles titles with
countrymen. Owns 250+ victories YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
in singles (265-286) and doubles 2017: 56 (13-14) 2012: 35 (27-23) 2007: 68 (22-28) 2002: 255 (0-2)
(260-189), posting biggest win of 2016: 131 (7-14) 2011: 52 (21-21) 2006: 40 (24-22) 2001: 271 (1-1)
career over No. 1 Federer in 2009 2015: 533 (1-5) 2010: 44 (26-19) 2005: 167 (5-18) 2000: 423 (0-0)
ATP Masters 1000 Paris 2R. 2014: 25 (26-24) 2009: 46 (26-28) 2004: 64 (14-15) 1999: T1042 (0-0)
> Advanced to 2006 Roland Garros 2013: 35 (27-25) 2008: 43 (22-20) 2003: 140 (3-7)
singles QF. Captured 2014 Roland
Garros doubles title w/Roger- GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 42-53)
Vasselin – 1st Frenchmen to win W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02
Roland Garros since Leconte/ Aus. Open 8-12 — 1R 1R 2R 3R 3R — 2R 1R 1R 1R 3R 1R — 1R —
Noah in 1984. Also w/Roger- Roland Garros 15-15 1R 1R — 1R 3R 3R 2R 2R 1R 4R 1R QF 1R 3R 1R 1R
Vasselin, fell to Herbert/Mahut at Wimbledon 10-13 1R 2R — 1R 2R 3R 2R 4R 1R 1R 1R 2R 1R 2R — —
2016 Wimbledon in 1st All-French US Open 9-13 1R 1R — 1R 3R 3R 3R 2R 3R 1R 1R 1R — 1R 1R —
Grand Slam doubles final of Open Doubles Titles (1): 2014 - Roland Garros (w/ Roger-Vasselin)
Era. Won 1999 US Open junior
doubles title w/Mahut. NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
> Reached ATP Masters 1000 Career 18 17 16 15 14
singles SFs at 2014 Cincinnati and 2-2 — — — SF (w/ Roger-Vasselin)
2017 Paris as WC. Won ATP
Masters 1000 doubles titles at ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 66-75)
2009 Shanghai w/Tsonga and 2013 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03
Monte-Carlo w/Zimonjic (d. Indian Wells 10-12 1R — 2R QF 2R 2R 2R 2R 1R 1R 4R 3R 1R — —
Bryan/Bryan after saving 7 MPs). Miami 12-10 — — — 3R 2R 3R 2R 2R 2R 4R 1R — 2R 4R —
> One of 8 players to win a match for Monte-Carlo 6-11 — — — 2R 1R 3R 1R 2R 1R — 2R 1R 1R 1R 2R
France during 2017 Davis Cup title Madrid 1-4 — — — — 1R — — 1R 1R — — 2R — — —
run, clinching QF in doubles w/ Rome 3-6 — 1R — — 2R — — 2R 1R — 1R — 2R — —
Mahut (d. GBR 4-1). Played in all 4 Canada 6-9 — — — 3R 1R 2R — 2R 1R 1R 1R 3R — 1R —
Davis Cup ties for France in 2014, Cincinnati 13-10 — 2R — SF 3R 1R 2R 3R QF 1R 2R 1R — — —
including doubles w/Gasquet in Shanghai 3-3 — — — QF 1R — — — 1R — — — — — —
final (SUI d. FRA 3-1). Also teamed Paris 11-8 SF 1R — 2R 1R 2R 2R — 3R — — 3R — — —
w/Gasquet to win bronze medal at Hamburg: 1-2 (2R - 2008; 1R - 2007)
2012 London Olympics. Doubles Titles (2): 2013 - Monte-Carlo (w/ Zimonjic), 2009 - Shanghai (w/Tsonga)

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TOMAS BERDYCH CZE
www.tomasberdych.cz @tomasberdych @ tomasberdych @tomasberdych
BORN: 17September1985,ValasskeMezirici,CZE HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.96m (6'5") / 91kg (200lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 616-321 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $28,220,153
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 52-122 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 4 (18 May 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 21-8 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 54 (10 April 2006)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS (IH), Rotterdam (IH); 2012 (2) : strengths are forehand and serve
PRIZE MONEY: $1,803,545 Stockholm (IH), Montpellier (IH); Big fan of ice hockey and
> 
W-L: 35-18 (singles), 1-3 (doubles) 2011 (1) : Beijing (H); 2009 (1) : follows Detroit Red Wings
SINGLES F (1): Lyon Munich (CL); 2008 (1) : Tokyo (H); (NHL)
SF (4): Doha, Rotterdam, 2007 (1) : Halle (G); 2005 (1) : Paris Appeared in 2014 ESPN The
> 
Wimbledon, Los Cabos (IC); 2004 (1): Palermo (CL). Magazine Body Issue
QF (3): Miami, Stuttgart, London/ FINALIST (18). > Wife, Ester (married 16 July 2015)
Queen's Club CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (1). > Coached by Martin Stepanek.
Fitness trainer is Azuz
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL Simcich.
> F inished 7 straight seasons in Began playing at age 5 at a
>  Played at 52 straight Grand
> 
Top 10 (2010-16) and 12 in Top tennis center in his hometown Slams before withdrawing from
20 (2006-17). Father, Martin, was a train
>  2016 US Open (appendicitis) and
> Qualified 6 straight years for engineer; mother, Hana, is a 64 straight ATP Masters 1000
Nitto ATP Finals, losing to doctor events before withdrawing from
World No. 1 in all 6 Favourite surface is hard;
>  2017 Montreal (rib)
appearances (2010-15).
Reached SF in 2011.
> O wns 13 ATP World Tour titles, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
including 2005 ATP Masters 2017: 19 (35-18) 2012: 6 (61-23) 2007: 14 (46-24) 2002: 532 (0-0)
1000 Paris as a 20-year-old. 2016: 10 (39-20) 2011: 7 (53-23) 2006: 13 (48-24) 2001: T1379 (0-0)
Earned 50+ wins in 5 straight 2015: 6 (57-22) 2010: 6 (45-26) 2005: 25 (34-29)
years (2011-15), then 2014: 7 (55-22) 2009: 20 (36-26) 2004: 44 (16-15)
celebrated 600th win over 2013: 7 (54-25) 2008: 20 (35-22) 2003: 103 (2-2)
Berlocq in 2017 ATP Masters
1000 Rome 2R. Three of 4 wins GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 139-56)
over World No. 1 came vs. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03
Federer (other vs. Djokovic). Aus. Open 40-14 3R QF SF SF QF QF QF 2R 4R 4R 4R 2R 1R 2R —
> Defeated Federer and Djokovic Roland Garros 25-14 2R QF 4R QF 1R 4R 1R SF 1R 2R 1R 4R 2R 1R —
before falling to Nadal in 1st Wimbledon 42-14 SF SF 4R 3R QF 1R 4R F 4R 3R QF 4R 3R 1R —
Grand Slam final at 2010 US Open 32-14 2R — 4R QF 4R SF 3R 1R 3R 1R 4R 4R 3R 4R 2R
Wimbledon. One of 5 active
players to reach all 4 Grand NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Slam SFs (also Big Four). One Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
of 3 players to beat Big Four at 6-13 — — RR RR RR RR SF RR
Grand Slams (also Tsonga,
Wawrinka). ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 189-111, 1 title)
> L ed Czech Republic to Davis W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
Cup titles in 2012 and 2013, as Indian Wells 21-13 3R 4R QF 2R SF 4R 4R QF 2R 2R 2R 4R 3R —
well as 2009 final. Played Miami 33-12 QF QF SF SF QF 3R QF F 4R SF 3R 3R 1R —
longest rubber ever in 2013 1R Monte-Carlo 20-13 3R 2R F 3R 3R SF 3R 3R 1R — SF 2R 2R 1R
w/Rosol (d. Chiudinelli/ Madrid 23-13 3R QF SF QF SF F QF — 2R 2R 2R SF 1R 1R
Wawrinka 24-22 in 5th after Rome 19-12 3R 3R QF 3R SF QF QF 2R 1R — QF 3R 1R —
7h1m). Canada 14-12 — QF 2R 3R 3R 3R QF QF 1R 2R 1R QF 2R —
Cincinnati 18-13 1R 3R QF 2R SF 3R SF 3R QF 2R 3R 1R 2R —
CAREER TITLES (13): 2016 (1): Shenzhen Shanghai 12-8 — 2R QF QF 3R SF 3R 3R 3R — — — — —
(H); 2015 (2) : Stockholm (IH), Paris 27-11 — QF QF SF QF QF SF 3R 2R 3R 3R QF W —
Shenzhen (H); 2014 (2) : Stockholm Hamburg: 2-4 (2R - 2008, 2007, 2005; 1R - 2006)

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BOB BRYAN USA
www.bryanbros.com @bryanbros @BryanBros @bryanbros
BORN: 29 April 1978, Camarillo, CA, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.93m (6'4") / 88kg (195lbs)
RESIDENCE: Sunny Isles Beach, FL, USA PLAYS: Left-handed · One-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 1042-333 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 116 (13 November 2000)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $14,695,822 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 1 (8 September 2003)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)


PRIZE MONEY: $539,237 2017: T11 (38-20) 2011: T1 (60-16) 2005: T1 (58-18) 1999: T64 (15-15)
W-L: 38-20 (doubles) 2016: T5 (48-22) 2010: T1 (68-13) 2004: T4 (64-17) 1998: T174 (4-6)
DOUBLES TITLES (2): Eastbourne,Atlanta 2015: 4 (44-16) 2009: T1 (68-18) 2003: T2 (53-21) 1997: T635 (1-7)
F (1): Australian Open 2014: T1 (64-12) 2008: T3 (64-18) 2002: 8 (54-19) 1996: T654 (1-4)
SF (6): Miami, Houston, Rome, 2013: T1 (70-13) 2007: T1 (77-9) 2001: 23 (47-24) 1995: T1191 (0-1)
Stuttgart, Washington, US Open 2012: 2 (60-13) 2006: T1 (66-14) 2000: 59 (18-17)

MIKE BRYAN USA


www.bryanbros.com @bryanbrothers @BryanBros @mikecbryan
BORN: 29 April 1978, Camarillo, CA, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 82kg (180lbs)
RESIDENCE: Wesley Chapel, FL, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 1056-336 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 246 (16 October 2000)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $14,470,642 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 1 (8 September 2003)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)


PRIZE MONEY: $539,237 2017: T11 (38-20) 2011: T1 (60-16) 2005: T1 (58-18) 1999: T64 (15-15)
W-L: 38-20 (doubles) 2016: T5 (48-22) 2010: T1 (67-13) 2004: T4 (64-17) 1998: T174 (4-6)
DOUBLES TITLES (2): Eastbourne,Atlanta 2015: 5 (44-17) 2009: T1 (68-18) 2003: T2 (53-21) 1997: T635 (1-7)
F (1): Australian Open 2014: T1 (64-12) 2008: T3 (65-18) 2002: 7 (67-21) 1996: T654 (1-4)
SF (6): Miami, Houston, Rome, 2013: T1 (70-13) 2007: T1 (77-9) 2001: 22 (47-24) 1995: T1191 (0-1)
Stuttgart, Washington, US Open 2012: 1 (61-13) 2006: T1 (66-14) 2000: 58 (18-17)

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS titles in Open Era (116) and Bob Newcombe’s 17. Made 23 US
> Finished No. 1 in team rankings has 2nd-most (114). Mike also Open and 75 Grand Slam
10 times (2003, 2005-07, 2009- won titles at 2002 Nottingham w/ appearances in a row. In mixed
14). Spent 438 weeks and ended Knowles and 2002 Long Island doubles, Bob has 7 Grand Slam
8 seasons as co-No. 1s in w/Bhupathi. titles and Mike has 4. Bob is 3-2
individual doubles rankings > Twins boast 1,041-333 record – vs. Mike in mixed doubles,
(2005-07, 2009-11, 2013-14). most team wins in Open Era. including win in 2008 Wimbledon
Mike has most weeks ever at No. Earned 1,000th team win in 2016 final w/Stosur (d. M. Bryan/
1 (454) and Bob has 2nd-most Vienna QF (d. Cuevas/Troicki). Srebotnik).
(439). Fell outside Top 10 on 6 Mike is tied with Nestor for most > Won gold medals at 2012 London
November 2017 for 1st time since individual doubles wins in Open Olympics and bronze medals at
2 September 2002. Era (1,056), while Bob is 3rd 2008 Beijing Olympics. Mike also
> Winningest doubles team or (1,042). won bronze in mixed doubles at
singles player in Open Era has > Own all-time team records with 2012 London Olympics w/
captured 114 team titles in 169 16 Grand Slam titles in 30 finals Raymond. Went 4-0 to lead USA
finals. Only doubles team or and 36 ATP Masters 1000 titles in to 2007 Davis Cup title.
singles player to sweep all 4 54 finals. Only team in Open Era
Grand Slams, 9 ATP Masters to hold all 4 Grand Slam titles at BOB'S DOUBLES TITLES (114). FINALIST (55).
1000 events, Nitto ATP Finals same time: 2012 US Open, 2013 MIKE'S DOUBLES TITLES (116). FINALIST (56).
and Olympics. Qualified for Nitto Australian Open, 2013 Roland
ATP Finals in 15 straight years Garros and 2013 Wimbledon. PERSONAL
(2003-17), winning titles at Individually, tied with Bob's full name is Robert
> 
Houston in 2003 and 2004, and at Woodbridge and Emerson for Charles Bryan and Mike's full
London in 2009 and 2014. Mike 2nd-most Grand Slam doubles name is Michael Carl Bryan
has most doubles or singles titles all-time behind (Mike is 2 minutes older)

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> Parents, Wayne and Kathy, both Delicious" section of "Sexiest > In September 2012, the USTA
teach tennis and began teaching Man Alive" issue of People presented the Bryans with the first
their sons at age 2. Wayne is a Magazine. Have appeared in US Open Sportsmanship Award
lawyer, musician, national various TV Sitcoms. > Named ATPWorldTour.com Fans'
tennis coach, speaker and has > They participate in an annual Favourite Team from 2005-17 and
been named WTT Coach of the Bryan Brothers Foundation Event ATP Doubles Team of Year in 2003,
Year 3 times (Sacramento to raise funds for kids in need in 2005-07, 2009-14. Recipient of
Capitals). He is involved in Ventura County and do other 2015 Arthur Ashe Humanitarian
various ATP Kids' Days. Kathy charity work and junior tennis Award.
was a former player on women's clinics all over United States > Bob, wife Michelle (married 13
circuit and played at Wimbledon > Bob was member of ATP Player December 2010 in Miami);
4 times, reaching mixed doubles Council for the 2006-08 term daughter, Micaela (born 31
QF in 1965. > Threw out first pitch at New January 2012); son, Bobby Jr.
During early days as junior
>  York Yankees games twice and (born 24 December 2013); son,
players, brothers were at Los Angeles Dodgers games Richard "Richie" Charles (born 27
forbidden to play each other in three times. Also rang opening October 2015)
tournament play by their bell at New York Stock > C oached by David Macpherson
parents (if they were to play Exchange in February 2006.
each other, they would > Favourite bands: Counting
alternate defaulting to each Crows, Dave Matthews Band
other) and Maroon 5
Won well over 100 junior
> 
doubles titles. Bob ranked No.
1 in U.S. Boys' 18s in 1996. GRAND SLAM DOUBLES HISTORY (16 titles)
> Played at Stanford University Aus. Open W - 2013, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2006; F - 2017, 2012, 2005, 2004
from 1997-98 and helped team Roland Garros W - 2013, 2003; F - 2016, 2015, 2012, 2006, 2005
to NCAA team titles both years. Mixed: W - 2015 (Mike w/Mattek-Sands), 2009 (Bob w/Huber), 2008 (Bob w/
In 1998, Bob won a rare "Triple Azarenka), 2003 (Mike w/Raymond)
Crown" of NCAA singles, Wimbledon W - 2013, 2011, 2006; F - 2014, 2009, 2007, 2005
doubles (w/Mike) and team Mixed: W - 2012 (Mike w/Raymond), 2008 (Bob w/Stosur)
titles US Open W - 2014, 2012, 2010, 2008, 2005; F - 2003
> T he Bryan Bros Band, with Bob Mixed: W - 2010 (Bob w/Huber), 2006 (Bob w/Navratilova), 2004 (Bob w/
on keyboards and Mike on Zvonareva), 2003 (Bob w/Srebotnik), 2002 (Mike w/Raymond).
drums and guitar, have held
concerts at tournaments and NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
charity events around the Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01
world. Provided music for ATP 38-24 RR SF SF W F RR SF SF W F ** RR SF W W — RR
Doubles Revolution TV ** Qualified but did not participate due to Mike's elbow injury
commercial and all original
music for Tennis Channel ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 DOUBLES HISTORY (36 titles)
program "No Strings," on Indian Wells W - 2014, 2013; F - 2006, 2003
which they were profiled. Miami W - 2015, 2014, 2008, 2007; F - 2006
> Released "Let It Rip" EP at 2009 Monte-Carlo W - 2015, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2007; F - 2013, 2009, 2005
US Open, featuring David Madrid W – 2013, 2011, 2010, 2007, 2006; F – 2014, 2004
Baron. Performed with the Rome W – 2016, 2013, 2010,2008; F – 2009, 2007, 2005
Counting Crows in Tampa in Canada W – 2015, 2012, 2010, 2006, 2002; F – 2011, 2008
October 2008 and at 2010 Cincinnati W – 2014, 2013, 2010, 2008, 2003; F – 2009, 2007, 2006
Arthur Ashe Kids' Day at the US Shanghai W – 2014
Open. Paris W – 2014, 2013, 2007, 2005
In November 2006, featured
>  Hamburg: W – 2007; F – 2008, 2004
among the twins in "Doubly

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ALEXANDER BUBLIK  KAZ
www.alexander-bublik.com @AlexanderBublik @AlexanderBublik1 @bublik
BORN: 17 June 1997, Gatchina, Russia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.96m (6'5") / 76kg (167lbs)
RESIDENCE: Gatchina, Russia PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 5-5 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $290,640
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 95 (25 September 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 608 (29 August 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Captured titles in 1st 2 ATP mother, Natalia


PRIZE MONEY: $221,826 Challenger Tour finals at 2017 > Favourite surface is hard and
W-L: 3-3 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) Morelos, MEX and 2017 Aptos, USA. considers serve his best shot
CHALLENGER: 29-14 (singles), 0-6 > Peaked at No. 19 in junior rankings > Favourite tournament is Monte-
(doubles) on 9 March 2015. Went 82-51 on Carlo
SINGLES QF (1): Moscow ITF Junior Circuit with wins over > Enjoys playing basketball
fellow #NextGenATP players Lee, > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Mmoh and Tsitsipas. would have liked to have been a
> Broke into Top 200, Top 150 and basketball player because his
Top 100 in 2017, peaking at No. 95 PERSONAL godfather is a basketball coach
on 25 September 2017 after > Nicknamed "Sasha" Trains in St. Petersburg,
> 
advancing to Izmir, TUR > Began playing tennis at age 2 Russia, and Monte Carlo,
Challenger QF. with his father Monaco
> Earned biggest win of career to > Father, Stanislav, is his coach;
reach 1st ATP World Tour QF at
2016 Moscow as Q. Defeated No.
13 Bautista Agut before falling to YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Carreno Busta in 3rd-set TB. 2017: 117 (3-3) 2016: 205 (2-2) 2015: 960 (0-0) 2014: 882 (0-0)
Returned to Moscow QF in 2017
as Q. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 1-2)
> Qualified and upset Pouille to W-L 18 17
reach 2017 Australian Open 2R. Aus. Open 1-1 2R
Entered 2017 Wimbledon as LL Roland Garros 0-0 —
and lost to No. 1 Murray in 1R on Wimbledon 0-1 1R
Centre Court. US Open 0-0 —

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PABLO CARRENO BUSTA ESP
@pablocarreno91 @pablo.carreno.91 @pablo_carreno_
BORN: 12 July 1991, Gijon, Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 78kg (172lbs)
RESIDENCE: Barcelona, Spain PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 111-110 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $5,746,293
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-19 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 10 (11 September 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 3-6 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 16 (17 July 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS of his 11 Challenger and 7 of his Supports Sporting de Gijon


> 
PRIZE MONEY: $3,009,359 12 Futures titles in 2013. (football)
W-L: 36-26 (singles), 14-11 (doubles) In 2013, received ATP Most
> 
SINGLES TITLES (1): Estoril CAREER TITLES (3): 2017 (1): Estoril Improved Player of the Year
F (1): Rio de Janeiro (CL); 2016 (2): Moscow (IH), Award (voted by players)
SF (4): Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Winston-Salem (H). FINALIST (3): > Trains at JC Ferrero Equelite
Indian Wells, US Open 2017 (1): Rio de Janeiro (CL); 2016 Sport Academy in Alicante
QF (2): Sydney, Roland Garros (2): Estoril (CL), Sao Paulo (CL). > C oached by Samuel Lopez and
DOUBLES TITLES (1): Rio de Janeiro (w/ CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (4). Cesar Fabregas
Cuevas) > Underwent back surgery on 7
PERSONAL June 2012 and missed 7
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Began playing tennis at age 6 months with herniated disc.
> Achieved new career-high > Father, Alfonso, is an architect; Suffered abdominal fracture in
ranking 8 times in 2016 and 10 mother, Maria Antonia, is a doctor; 2017 Roland Garros QF and
times in 2017. Ended 2017 at two sisters, Lucia and Alicia missed 6 weeks.
career-high No. 10 after > Favourite surface is clay and
participating in Nitto ATP Finals shot is backhand
as an alternate (0-2). Rose from > Idol growing up was countryman
No. 715 to No. 65 in 2013 to make Juan Carlos Ferrero and is now
biggest jump into Top 100 of any David Ferrer
player.
> Reached 1st 10 ATP World Tour
singles and doubles finals in YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
2016, winning singles titles at 2017: 10 (36-26) 2014: 51 (13-25) 2011: 136 (0-1)
Winston-Salem and Moscow and 2016: 30 (41-26) 2013: 65 (7-7) 2010: 340 (0-0)
doubles titles at Quito w/Duran 2015: 67 (14-25) 2012: 715 (0-0) 2009: 515 (0-0)
and Beijing w/Nadal. Added
singles title at 2017 Estoril and GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 18-16)
doubles title at 2017 Rio de W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
Janeiro w/Cuevas. Aus. Open 2-4 3R 1R 1R 1R —
> Became 1st player in Open Era to Roland Garros 6-5 QF 2R 2R 1R 1R
face 4 qualifiers at a Grand Slam Wimbledon 0-3 — 1R 1R 1R —
en route to 2017 US Open SF. US Open 10-4 SF 3R 2R 3R —
Ended 0-16 start to career vs. Top
10 opponents by beating Raonic NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
86 in 5th to reach 1st Grand Slam Career 18 17
QF at 2017 Roland Garros. 0-2 RR*
Reached 2016 US Open doubles *Alternate
final w/Garcia-Lopez.
> Advanced to 1st ATP Masters ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 15-25)
1000 QF and SF at 2017 Indian W-L 18 17 16 15 14
Wells. Reached ATP Masters Indian Wells 4-4 SF 2R 1R 1R
1000 3R at 2014 Monte-Carlo as Miami 0-4 2R 1R 1R 1R
LL, 2017 Monte-Carlo and 2017 Monte-Carlo 5-4 3R 2R 1R 3R
Cincinnati. Madrid 1-3 1R 2R — 1R
> In 2013, went 97-18 in main Rome 1-2 2R — — 1R
draw and qualifying singles Canada 1-1 2R — — —
matches across all tours, Cincinnati 2-2 3R 1R — —
including 35 Futures and 17 Shanghai 0-2 2R 1R — —
Challenger wins in a row. Won 4 Paris 1-3 2R 2R 1R —

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JEREMY CHARDY FRA
@jimchardy @jeremychardyofficiel @jimchardy
BORN: 12 February 1987, Pau, France HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 75kg (165lbs)
RESIDENCE: Liege, Belgium PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 224-230 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $7,093,244
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 10-50 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 25 (28 January 2013)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 10-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 39 (14 September 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS for France during 2017 Davis Cup Idol growing up was Pete
> 
PRIZE MONEY: $654,217 title run, defeating both Edmund Sampras
W-L: 18-21 (singles), 14-8 (doubles) and Evans in QF (d. GBR 4-1). > C onsiders serve best shot
SINGLES QF (2): Auckland, Montpellier > W ife, Susan Gossage (married
DOUBLES TITLES (1): Doha (w/F. Martin) CAREER TITLES (1): 2009(1):Stuttgart(CL) 16 September 2017)
FINALIST (1): 2009(1): Johannesburg (H); Coached by former Top 20
> 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (7). Nicolas Escude and former ATP
> Finished 9 of last 10 seasons in pro Benjamin Ebrahimzadeh.
Top 100 (2008-10, 2012-17), PERSONAL Physiotherapist is Jean
achieving career-high No. 25 on > Began playing at age 6 Jacques Peyroutou.
28 January 2013 after reaching > Father, Guy, is a banker; mother, Did
>  not play between
Australian Open QF. Peaked at Maryse, is a housewife; sister, Wimbledon and US Open in
No. 3 in junior rankings on 12 Stephanie; brother, Thierry 2017 due to right foot injury
September 2005. Fan of Paris Saint-Germain
> 
> Appeared in 2 finals in 2009, football club
winning title at Stuttgart and
finishing as runner-up at
Johannesburg. Earned 20+ tour- YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
level wins in 6 seasons (2009-10, 2017: 78 (18-21) 2013: 34 (22-25) 2009: 32 (35-28) 2005: 577 (0-0)
2012-15), highlighted by career- 2016: 69 (17-21) 2012: 32 (24-20) 2008: 73 (10-9) 2004: T1175 (0-0)
best 35 in 2009. 2015: 31 (27-27) 2011: 103 (10-18) 2007: 188 (0-3)
> Advanced to 1st Grand Slam QF 2014: 29 (33-27) 2010: 45 (26-29) 2006: 262 (2-2)
at 2013 Australian Open.
Reached 4R at all 4 Grand Slam GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 47-39)
events, most recently at 2015 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06
Roland Garros and 2015 US Aus. Open 10-9 2R 2R 2R 3R QF 1R 1R 1R 2R — — —
Open. Won 2005 Wimbledon Roland Garros 17-11 2R 3R 4R 2R 3R 2R 2R 1R 3R 4R — 2R
junior title and defeated Wimbledon 10-10 1R 2R 1R 4R 3R 2R 1R 3R 1R 2R — —
Nishikori and Cilic en route to US Open 10-9 1R 2R 4R 2R 2R 3R — 2R 1R 2R — —
2005 US Open junior final.
> Saved 2 MPs vs. L. Mayer and 7 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 54-68)
MPs vs. Isner to reach 1st ATP W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
Masters 1000 SF at 2015 Indian Wells 5-9 2R 2R 2R 2R 2R 1R 1R 2R 3R —
Montreal. Advanced to ATP Miami 6-9 3R 2R 3R 2R 2R 1R 1R 3R 1R —
Masters 1000 QFs at 2010 Monte-Carlo 4-8 2R 2R 2R 2R 1R — 1R 1R 1R —
Toronto, 2012 Cincinnati and Madrid 3-6 — 1R 1R 2R 2R — — 1R 2R —
2014 Rome. Beat No. 4 Murray in Rome 9-6 — 3R 2R QF 3R — — 2R 1R —
2012 Cincinnati 3R and No. 4 Canada 11-8 — 1R SF 2R 1R 3R 1R QF 2R —
Federer in 2014 Rome 2R for Cincinnati 8-7 — 1R 2R 1R 2R QF — 2R 3R —
biggest wins of career. Shanghai 3-7 1R — 1R 1R 2R 1R — 3R 1R —
> One of 8 players to win a match Paris 5-8 2R — 2R 2R 1R 2R 2R — 1R 1R

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HYEON CHUNG KOR
@hyeonchungtennis @hyeon519
BORN: 19 May 1996, Suwon, South Korea HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 87kg (192lbs)
RESIDENCE: Suwon, South Korea PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 51-43 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,687,063
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-8 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 44 (11 September 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 2-2 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 187 (11 April 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS would help his weak eyesight Completed 4 weeks of South
> 
PRIZE MONEY: $1,062,462 > Father, Seok-Jin, was a tennis Korean military training in late-
W-L: 29-18 (singles), 2-4 (doubles) player and is now a tennis 2015
SINGLES SF (1): Munich coach; mother, Young-Mi; older Trained at IMG Academy in
> 
QF (2): Barcelona, Winston-Salem brother, Hong, is currently a Bradenton, Florida, for 2 years
tennis player as well from the age of 13 to 15
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Favourite surface is hard
>  Currently trains in Seoul,
> 
> Broke into Top 50 on 14 August court, shot is backhand and South Korea
2017 and achieved career-high tournament is Wimbledon > C oached by Hyunjoon Suk
No. 44 on 11 September 2017. > Growing up, really looked up to Missed 4 months in 2016,
> 
Ended 2015 at No. 51 before Djokovic because of his fantastic including Wimbledon and US
falling as low as No. 146 on 17 game and mental strength Open, due to abdominal injury
October 2016. Rebuilt ranking > Enjoys watching movies in his
with 26-4 run on ATP Challenger leisure time
Tour after 2016 US Open. Peaked In 2015, received ATP Most
> 
at No. 7 in juniors on 14 January Improved Player of the Year
2013. Award (voted by players)
> Captured 2017 Next Gen ATP
Finals title, earning career-high
$390,000 as undefeated YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
champion. Defeated No. 1 seed 2017: 58 (29-18) 2015: 51 (12-10) 2013: 501 (0-1)
Rublev twice, including in final. 2016: 104 (8-13) 2014: 173 (2-1) 2012: 970 (0-0)
> Reached Grand Slam 3R for 1st
time at 2017 Roland Garros. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-7)
Defeated Kyrgios and Coric en W-L 18 17 16 15
route to 2013 Wimbledon junior Aus. Open 1-2 2R 1R —
final. Roland Garros 2-2 3R 1R —
> Earned biggest wins of career Wimbledon 0-1 — — 1R
over No. 13 Goffin in 2017 ATP US Open 2-2 2R — 2R
Masters 1000 Montreal 2R and
No. 13 Bautista Agut in 2017 ATP ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-9)
Masters 1000 Shanghai 1R. W-L 18 17 16 15
> Won 70+ percent of matches on Indian Wells 0-1 — 1R —
ATP Challenger Tour (76-26, Miami 1-3 1R 1R 2R
.745), ITF Futures Circuit (49-14, Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — —
.778) and ITF Junior Circuit (84- Madrid 0-0 — — —
32, .724). Rome 0-0 — — —
Canada 2-2 3R — 1R
PERSONAL Cincinnati 0-1 1R — —
> Began playing tennis at age 6 with Shanghai 1-1 2R — —
his parents and continued to play Paris 1-1 2R — —
after his doctor recommended
that looking at the colour green NEXT GEN ATP FINALS
Career 17
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MARIN CILIC CRO
www.marin-cilic.net @cilic_marin @MarinCilic @marincilic_official
BORN: 28 September 1988, Medjugorje, BIH HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.98m (6'6") / 89kg (196lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 435-232 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $20,919,276
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 28-70 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 4 (16 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 26-12 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 49 (15 April 2013)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Umag (CL), London/Queen's Club Humanitarian Award after


PRIZE MONEY: $4,063,738 (G); 2011 (1): St. Petersburg (IH); launching Marin Cilic
W-L: 44-22 (singles), 5-6 (doubles) 2010 (2): Zagreb (IH), Chennai (H); Foundation in June 2016 to
SINGLES TITLES (1): Istanbul 2009 (2): Zagreb (IH), Chennai (H); provide young people improved
F (2): London/Queen's Club, 2008 (1): New Haven (H). access to education
Wimbledon FINALIST (13) Admires countrymen Goran
> 
SF (5): Acapulco, CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Ivanisevic and Ivan Ljubicic
's-Hertogenbosch, Tokyo, > Coached by Ivan Cinkus. Fitness
Shanghai, Basel PERSONAL trainer is Slaven Hrvoj and
QF (5): Rotterdam, Monte-Carlo, > Nicknamed "Chila" by his friends physiotherapists are Stijepo
Rome, Roland Garros, Paris > Began playing at age 7 with his Jarak and Robert Prusac.
cousin, Tanja > Missed Australian Open in 2012
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Father, Zdenko; mother, Koviljka, (left knee) and 2015 (right
> Ended 2016 and 2017 at No. 6. are both retired; brothers: shoulder). Withdrew from ATP
Achieved career-high No. 4 on 16 Vinko, Goran and Mile Masters 1000 events in 2016 at
October 2017 after reaching ATP Favourite football teams are
>  Monte-Carlo, Madrid and
Masters 1000 Shanghai SF. AC Milan and the Croatian Rome (knee). Did not play
Broke into Top 10 on 1 February national team, admires players between Wimbledon and US
2010 following run to Australian Kaka and Robinho Open in 2017 (adductor).
Open SF. Became World No. 1 > Enjoys playing on all surfaces
junior on 2 January 2006. but says hard and grass are
> Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in best-suited surfaces for him
2014, 2016 and 2017, posting 1-8 > Recipient of 2016 Arthur Ashe
record overall.
> Won 1+ title in 10 straight
seasons (2008-17), highlighted YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
by 2014 US Open. Earned only 2017: 6 (44-22) 2013: 37 (26-12) 2009: 14 (48-21) 2005: 600 (0-1)
win in 9 H2H meetings with 2016: 6 (49-24) 2012: 15 (39-19) 2008: 22 (37-25) 2004: T1447 (0-0)
Federer, then enjoyed 300th win 2015: 13 (35-19) 2011: 21 (44-22) 2007: 71 (14-13)
of career over Nishikori to claim 2014: 9 (54-21) 2010: 14 (40-22) 2006: 173 (5-11)
1st Grand Slam title. Lost in 3
straight Wimbledon QFs before GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 96-38, 1 title)
reaching 2017 final. Captured W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
2005 Roland Garros junior title. Aus. Open 20-9 2R 3R — 2R 3R — 4R SF 4R 4R 1R
> Secured 1st ATP Masters 1000 Roland Garros 20-11 QF 1R 4R 3R 3R 3R 1R 4R 4R 2R 1R
title at 2016 Cincinnati in 71st Wimbledon 27-10 F QF QF QF 2R 4R 1R 1R 3R 4R 1R
appearance at that level. US Open 29-8 3R 3R SF W — QF 3R 2R QF 3R —
Reached 2016 ATP Masters 1000
Paris SF by beating No. 1 NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Djokovic for biggest win of career Career 18 17 16 15 14
and 1st win in 15 H2H meetings. 1-8 RR RR — RR
> Led Croatia to 2016 Davis Cup
final with 3-2 wins over Belgium, ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 89-79, 1 title)
USA and France. Went 2-1 in W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
final, but fell to Del Potro after Indian Wells 9-10 2R QF 2R 4R 3R 2R 3R 2R 3R 2R
leading by 2 sets (ARG d. CRO Miami 9-9 2R 3R — 2R QF 3R 2R 4R 3R 2R
3-2). Monte-Carlo 12-9 QF — QF 2R 3R 2R 3R 3R 2R 1R
Madrid 10-9 2R — 2R 3R 1R 3R 2R 3R 2R 3R
CAREER TITLES (17): 2017 (1): Istanbul Rome 9-9 QF — 1R 2R 2R 1R QF 2R 3R 1R
(CL); 2016 (2): Basel (IH), Canada 8-8 — 2R 2R 3R — 3R 3R 1R 1R QF
Cincinnati (H); 2015 (1): Moscow Cincinnati 13-7 — W 3R 3R — QF 1R 1R 2R 1R
(IH); 2014 (4): Moscow (IH), US Shanghai 8-8 SF 2R 3R 1R — QF 1R 1R 1R —
Open (H), Delray Beach(H), Zagreb Paris 11-9 QF SF 2R — 2R 2R 1R 3R QF 3R
(IH); 2013 (1): Zagreb (IH); 2012 (2): Hamburg: 0-1 (1R - 2008)

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MARIUS COPIL ROU
@MariusCopil @MariusCopil @marius_copil
BORN: 17 October 1990, Arad, Romania HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 86kg (189lbs)
RESIDENCE: Arad, Romania PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 36-48 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,153,837
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-4 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 74 (16 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 182 (24 August 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Vasilica, played on national > Supports FC Bayern Munich


PRIZE MONEY: $377,973 handball team; brother, Radu > Dreams to run his own charity
W-L: 8-15 (singles), 0-4 (doubles) Marian foundation
CHALLENGER: 21-11 (singles), > P layed football and tennis from > Trains in Bucharest, but used to
3-6 (doubles) age 9 to 12 be based in Munich
SINGLES QF (1): Metz > Hobbies include football, cars, Coached by Andrei Milendea.
> 
collecting watches, watching Fitness trainer is Daniel
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS movies and photography Tudorache.
> In 2017, became 1st Romanian Speaks Romanian, English,
> 
to finish in Top 100 since No. 76 German, Spanish and Italian
Hanescu in 2013. Achieved > Favourite surface is indoor hard
career-high No. 74 on 16 October and shot is serve
2017 soon after reaching Favourite tournaments are
> 
Kaohsiung, TPE Challenger final. Beijing and Stockholm
Ranked between No. 101 and No. Idols growing up were Pete
> 
300 from 1 November 2010 Sampras and Roger Federer
through 14 May 2017.
> F ive-time ATP World Tour
singles quarter-finalist is YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
seeking 1st SF in 2018. 2017: 93 (8-15) 2014: 172 (7-7) 2011: 217 (1-3) 2008: 628 (0-0)
> Saved 5 championship points to 2016: 133 (5-5) 2013: 147 (3-6) 2010: 289 (0-1) 2007: T758 (0-0)
win 1st ATP doubles title at 2015 2015: 165 (6-6) 2012: 161 (4-4) 2009: 469 (2-1) 2006: T1540 (0-0)
Bucharest as WC w/Ungur (d.
Monroe/Sitak 17-15 in Match TB). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 1-5)
> Qualified at 2015 Australian W-L 18 17 16 15
Open, 2016 Wimbledon and 2017 Aus. Open 1-1 — — 2R
Roland Garros. Roland Garros 0-1 1R — —
> Awarded 4 main draw and 2 Wimbledon 0-2 1R 1R —
qualifying WCs at ATP Masters US Open 0-1 1R — —
1000 Madrid, reaching 2R in 2014
and 2017. Earned biggest win of ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-6)
career as WC in 2012 Beijing 1R W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
over No. 13 Cilic. Indian Wells 0-1 1R — — — —
Miami 0-1 — — — — 1R
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — — —
Madrid 2-4 2R — 1R 2R 1R
PERSONAL Rome 0-0 — — — — —
> Nicknames are "Mantu" and "Kid" Canada 0-0 — — — — —
> Started playing tennis at age 7 Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — —
> Father, Craciun, played on Shanghai 0-0 — — — — —
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BORNA CORIC CRO
www.bornacoric.org @borna_coric @officialbornacoric @bornacoric
BORN: 14 November 1996, Zagreb, Croatia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 79kg (174lbs)
RESIDENCE: Dubai, UAE PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 79-86 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,605,378
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 6-19 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 33 (27 July 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 3-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 413 (7 November 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (1): 2017 (1): Marrakech Enjoys spending time at the
> 
PRIZE MONEY: $999,819 (CL). FINALIST (2): 2016 (2): Marrakech pool
W-L: 24-26 (singles), 0-3 (doubles) (CL), Chennai (H). > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
SINGLES TITLES (1): Marrakech would be a boxer
QF (2): Madrid, Winston-Salem PERSONAL > Favourite sporting personality
> Began playing tennis at age 5, is Mike Tyson, whom he met at
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS after watching his father Damir 2016 Indian Wells
> Finished 3 straight seasons in play Named 2014 ATP Star of
> 
Top 50 (2015-17), achieving > Mother, Zeljka; sister, Bruna Tomorrow for being the
career-high No. 33 on 27 July Favourite surface is outdoor
>  youngest player to finish in the
2015. Ended 2015 as youngest hard and favourite shot is Top 100
player in Top 50 and 2014 as backhand Featured in Vogue's 2015
> 
youngest in Top 100. Became > Idols growing up were Goran September issue
World No. 1 junior on 9 Ivanisevic and Rafael Nadal > Underwent right knee surgery
September 2013. > Favourite tournament is Umag on 27 September 2016
> Went 3-0 en route to 2017 Next
Gen ATP Finals SF (d. Donaldson,
Medvedev and Khachanov in RR; YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
l. to Rublev). 2017: 48 (24-26) 2015: 44 (26-28) 2013: 367 (0-2)
> Saved 5 championship points to 2016: 48 (22-24) 2014: 91 (7-6) 2012: T1305 (0-0)
defeat Kohlschreiber for 1st ATP
World Tour title at 2017 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 9-13)
Marrakech. Advanced to 1st final W-L 18 17 16 15 14
at 2016 Chennai, becoming 1st Aus. Open 0-3 1R 1R 1R —
teenager in a final since Roland Garros 5-3 2R 3R 3R —
countryman Cilic at 2008 New Wimbledon 1-3 1R 1R 2R —
Haven. US Open 3-4 3R 1R 1R 2R
> Reached Grand Slam 3R at 2015
Roland Garros, 2016 Roland ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 19-21)
Garros and 2017 US Open, where W-L 18 17 16 15
he beat junior rival A. Zverev. Indian Wells 3-3 1R 3R 2R
Won 2013 US Open junior title (d. Miami 3-3 3R 1R 2R
A. Zverev and Kokkinakis). Monte-Carlo 0-3 1R 1R 1R
> Saved 1 MP vs. Kyrgios and upset Madrid 4-2 QF 2R —
Nadal to reach 2016 ATP Masters Rome 0-1 — 1R —
1000 Cincinnati QF. Also Canada 2-3 2R 2R 1R
defeated Nadal in 2014 Basel QF Cincinnati 4-3 1R QF 2R
as 17-year-old WC. Beat No. 1 Shanghai 1-1 — — 2R
Murray for biggest win of career Paris 2-2 2R — 2R
en route to 2017 ATP Masters
1000 Madrid QF as LL. Also upset NEXT GEN ATP FINALS
Murray in 2015 Dubai QF as LL. Career 17
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PABLO CUEVAS URU
www.pablocuevas.uy @PabloCuevas22 @pablocuevastennis @pablocuevas86
BORN: 1 January 1986, Concordia, Argentina HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.80m (5’11”)/80kg (176lbs)
RESIDENCE: Salto, Uruguay PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 178-155 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $6,727,812
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 4-13 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 19 (15 August 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 4-9 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 14 (20 April 2009)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (6): 2017 (1): Sao Paulo > Enjoys surfing, playing football
PRIZE MONEY: $1,546,063 (CL); 2016 (2): Sao Paulo (CL), Rio and "asados" with friends and
W-L: 20-21 (singles), 29-14 (doubles) de Janeiro (CL); 2015 (1): Sao family
SINGLES TITLES (1): Sao Paulo Paulo (ICL); 2014 (2): Umag (CL), > Received ATP ACES For Charity
SF (1): Madrid Bastad (CL). FINALIST (3): 2016 (2): grant in 2017 for support of two
QF (3): Sydney, Indian Wells, Hamburg (CL), Nottingham(G); foundations that work with
Monte-Carlo 2015 (1): Istanbul(CL). Uruguayan children: Corazoncitos
DOUBLES TITLES (4): Rio de Janeiro (w/ CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (9). FINALIST (8). Foundation and Fundacion Tenis
Carreno Busta), Monte-Carlo (w/ Uruguay
Bopanna), Kitzbuhel (w/Duran), PERSONAL Fiancee, Clarita; daughters,
> 
Vienna (w/Bopanna) Full name is Pablo Gabriel
>  Alfonsina (born 10 October
Cuevas 2014) and Antonia (born 14
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Began playing at age 6 with his August 2017)
> Top-ranked Uruguayan in ATP parents > C oached by former World No. 8
Rankings history has finished 4 Father,
>  Gabriel, is a Alberto Mancini and Facundo
straight seasons in Top 40 (2014- businessman; Lucila, is an Savio
17). Unranked from 11 June 2012 accountant; brother, Martin, is > Underwent right knee surgery
to 21 April 2013 due to 2-year also an ATP player on 11 October 2011 and did not
injury absence. Returned to Top > Considers baseline game and play from May 2011 to April
100 on 14 July 2014 and achieved backhand as strengths and 2013
career-high No. 19 on 15 August favourite surface is clay
2016.
> Qualified for 2008 Nitto ATP
Finals in doubles w/Horna, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
posting 2-1 RR record and 2017: 32 (20-21) 2013: 221 (2-4) 2008: 132 (10-15) 2004: T844 (3-1)
reaching SF. 2016: 22 (34-23) 2011: 142 (13-13) 2007: 117 (4-1)
> Winner of 6 singles titles – all on 2015: 40 (29-26) 2010: 63 (21-22) 2006: 266 (1-1)
clay. Swept Sao Paulo titles in 2014: 30 (18-12) 2009: 50 (19-15) 2005: 411 (4-1)
2015, 2016 and 2017. At 2016 Rio
de Janeiro, became 1st player to GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 14-26)
beat only lefties en route to a W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
title. Earned career-high 34 wins Aus. Open 1-5 1R 2R 1R — — — 1R 1R — — —
in 2016, but suffered 10-match Roland Garros 8-8 3R 3R 3R 2R 2R — 1R 1R — 1R —
losing streak in 2017. Owns 9 Wimbledon 1-4 — 1R 1R 1R — — — — 2R — —
doubles titles with 7 partners. US Open 4-9 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R — — 2R 2R 1R 1R
> Advanced to Roland Garros 3R in Doubles Titles (1): 2008 – Roland Garros (w/Horna)
2015, 2016 and 2017. Captured
1st Grand Slam doubles title at NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
2008 Roland Garros w/Horna in Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
1st tour-level event as a team. 2-2 — — — — — — — — — SF (w/Horna)
Became 1st South American
team in Open Era to win a Grand ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 27-35)
Slam title. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
> Reached 1st ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells 6-5 QF 2R 3R — — — 2R 2R — —
SF at 2017 Madrid. Advanced to Miami 4-6 2R 3R 2R — — — 3R 1R — 2R
ATP Masters 1000 QFs at 2017 Monte-Carlo 4-2 QF 2R — — — — — — — —
Indian Wells and 2017 Monte- Madrid 6-4 SF 3R 1R — — — — 1R — —
Carlo, where he beat No. 3 Rome 2-6 2R 1R 2R — — — 1R 1R — 1R
Wawrinka in 3R for biggest win of Canada 0-1 — — 1R — — — — — — —
career. Won ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati 1-2 — 2R 1R — — — — — — —
doubles titles at 2015 Rome w/ Shanghai 0-4 1R 1R 1R 1R — — — — — —
Marrero and 2017 Monte-Carlo Paris 4-5 3R 3R 1R 2R — — — — 1R —
w/Bopanna. Doubles Titles (2): 2017 – Monte-Carlo (w/Bopanna); 2015 – Rome (w/Marrero)

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TARO DANIEL JPN
@tarodaniel93 @tarodaniel93 @tarodaniel
BORN: 27 January 1993, New York, NY, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 76kg (168lbs)
RESIDENCE: Tokyo, Japan PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 18-39 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $933,082
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-4 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 85 (18 April 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 2-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 566 (23 September 2013)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Father, Paul, is an internal


>  > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
PRIZE MONEY: $343,220 auditor who played college- would have liked to have lived
W-L: 4-10 (singles), 0-3 (doubles) level tennis; mother, Yasue, in the 1970s and been a
CHALLENGER: 29-14 (singles), 1-6 played basketball; sister, Kara musician like Jimmy Page.
(doubles) > Idols growing up were Roger Also loves Led Zeppelin.
SINGLES QF (1): Estoril Federer and Andy Roddick > Speaks English, Japanese and
Favourite surfaces are hard
>  Spanish
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS and clay, and considers Trains in Tokyo at the Japan
> 
> Finished 2 of last 3 seasons in backhand as his best shot Tennis Association
Top 100 (2015, 2017), achieving > Favourite tournaments are the
career-high No. 85 on 18 April Grand Slams
2016 after advancing to ATP Enjoys playing ping pong,
> 
Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo 2R. listening to classic rock music
Broke into Top 100 on 23 and watching movies, especially
November 2015 after winning from Woody Allen
Yokohama, JPN Challenger title.
> Reached 1st ATP World Tour QF
in debut at 2014 Vina del Mar as YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Q. Advanced to 2nd QF more than 2017: 99 (4-10) 2015: 96 (2-6) 2013: 241 (0-0) 2011: 467 (0-0)
3 years later at 2017 Estoril. 2016: 127 (10-16) 2014: 177 (2-7) 2012: 280 (0-0) 2010: 978 (0-0)
> Won 17 of 21 tour-level and
Challenger matches during GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 3-8)
6-week span in 2016, including W-L 18 17 16 15 14
biggest victory of career over Aus. Open 0-1 — 1R — —
2-time medalist and then-No. 23 Roland Garros 2-3 2R 2R 1R —
Sock at Rio Olympics. Wimbledon 0-2 1R 1R — —
> Advanced to Grand Slam 2R at US Open 1-2 2R — — 1R
2016 Roland Garros, 2017
Roland Garros as Q and 2017 US ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 1-1)
Open. W-L 18 17 16
> Owns 119-79 Challenger record Indian Wells 0-0 — —
(5-8 in finals), winning most Miami 0-0 — —
recent title at 2017 Buenos Aires, Monte-Carlo 1-1 — 2R
ARG. Madrid 0-0 — —
Rome 0-0 — —
PERSONAL Canada 0-0 — —
> Began playing tennis at age 7 Cincinnati 0-0 — —
because father played and Shanghai 0-0 — —
introduced him to the sport Paris 0-0 — —

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STEVE DARCIS BEL
@stevedarcishark @darcissteve @darcis_steve
BORN: 13 March 1984, Liege, Belgium HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.78m (5'10") / 77kg (169lbs)
RESIDENCE: Anthisnes, Belgium PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 111-121 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,989,098
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 3-18 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 38 (22 May 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 4-8 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 126 (5 January 2009)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (2): 2008 (1): Memphis > His strengths are serve and
PRIZE MONEY: $567,263 (IH); 2007 (1): Amersfoort (CL). forehand
W-L: 20-20 (singles), 3-7 (doubles) FINALIST (1): 2008 (1): Amersfoort (CL). > Supports Anderlecht Football
SINGLES QF (4): Sofia,Delray Beach Club in his country
Istanbul, Beijing PERSONAL > Enjoys fishing in his spare time
> Nicknamed "Shark" > Fiancee, Lauranne Dachouffe;
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Began playing tennis at age 5 daughters, Camille (born 28
> Achieved career-high No. 38 on > Father, Alain, is a tennis coach; May 2013) and Ana (born 19 July
22 May 2017 after winning 10th mother, Marie Agnes, is a sports 2017)
Challenger title at Bordeaux, instructor; sister, Celine > C oached by Yannis Demeroutis
FRA. Became 3rd-oldest player > Pete Sampras was his idol growing > Underwent right shoulder
to debut in Top 40 since 1975 up but also admired countrymen surgery in October 2013 and
behind Italians Pozzi in 2001 and Olivier Rochus, Xavier Malisse and missed 8 months, then
Lorenzi in 2016. Kristof Vliegen underwent 2 right wrist
> Earned 1st victories of career en > Considers grass and hard courts surgeries following 2015
route to 2007 Amersfoort title. his favourite surfaces, although season and missed 3 months
Won ATP World Tour, ATP he won his first ATP title on clay
Challenger Tour and ITF Futures
Circuit titles in 2007, a feat not
repeated until 2015 by Paire. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Went on to win 2008 Memphis 2017: 77 (20-20) 2013: 169 (5-6) 2009: 122 (6-18) 2005: 155 (0-1)
title and reach 2008 Amersfoort 2016: 86 (4-5) 2012: 91 (22-17) 2008: 61 (21-23) 2004: 360 (0-0)
final. 2015: 86 (12-13) 2011: 88 (9-6) 2007: 88 (6-2) 2003: 549 (0-0)
> Defeated 2-time champion and 2014: 163 (0-3) 2010: 109 (6-6) 2006: 474 (0-1) 2002: T1049 (0-0)
World No. 5 Nadal in 2013
Wimbledon 1R for biggest win of GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 14-29)
career. Injured right shoulder W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
during match and conceded Aus. Open 2-6 3R 1R — — 1R 1R — — 1R 1R —
walkover to Kubot in 2R. Roland Garros 4-9 1R 2R 1R — 1R 1R 3R 2R 1R 1R —
> Advanced to Grand Slam 3R at Wimbledon 3-5 2R — 1R — 2R 1R — — 2R 1R —
2011 Roland Garros as Q and US Open 5-9 1R 2R 2R 1R — 2R 2R — 1R 2R 1R
2017 Australian Open, as well as
ATP Masters 1000 3R at 2015 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-9)
Miami as Q. Qualified at 6 Grand W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
Slam events overall. Indian Wells 2-2 — — — — — 2R — — 2R —
> Clinched Davis Cup SF victories Miami 2-3 — — 3R — — 1R — — 1R —
for Belgium with 5th-rubber Monte-Carlo 0-1 1R — — — — — — — — —
wins over Delbonis in 2015 and Madrid 0-1 — — — — — — — — — 1R
Thompson in 2017. Lost doubles Rome 1-1 — — — — — — — — — 2R
rubber in 2015 final (GBR d. BEL Canada 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
3-1) and singles rubbers to Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
Tsonga and Pouille in 2017 final Shanghai 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
(FRA d. BEL 3-2). Paris 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
Hamburg: 0-1 (1R - 2008)

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JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO ARG
@delpotrojuan @ JuanMartinDelPotro.Ok @delpotrojuan
BORN: 23 September 1988, Tandil, Argentina HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.98m (6'6") / 97kg (214lbs)
RESIDENCE: Tandil, Argentina PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 384-156 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $18,873,003
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 46-73 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 4 (11 January 2010)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 7-9 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 105 (25 May 2009)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (20): 2017 (1): Stockholm Marat Safin
PRIZE MONEY: $2,580,301 (IH); 2016 (1): Stockholm (IH); 2014 > Favourite surface is hard and
W-L: 38-16 (singles), 2-4 (doubles) (1): Sydney (H); 2013 (4): Basel (IH), shot is forehand
SINGLES TITLES (1): Stockholm Tokyo (H), Washington (H), > Enjoys playing football, fishing
F (1): Basel Rotterdam (IH); 2012 (4): Basel (IH), and cooking Argentinean
SF (3): Delray Beach, US Open, Vienna (IH), Estoril (CL), Marseille asado (barbecue)
Shanghai (IH); 2011 (2): Estoril (CL), Delray Fan of football team Boca
> 
QF (2): Rome, Paris Beach (H); 2009 (3): US Open (H), Juniors
Washington (H), Auckland (H); 2008 Was
>  named Argentina's
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (4): Washington (H), Los Angeles (H), Sportsman of the Year in 2013
> Finished in Top 10 and qualified Kitzbuhel (CL), Stuttgart (CL). > Named ATP Comeback Player
for Nitto ATP Finals in 2008-09 FINALIST (9). of the Year in 2011 and 2016
and 2012-13. Ended 2 other CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). > Underwent left wrist surgeries
seasons at No. 11 (2011, 2017). on 24 March 2014 (joint), 20
Rose 200+ spots in 2011 and 500+ PERSONAL January 2015 (ligament) and 18
spots in 2016 to finish each of Nicknames are Delpo and la
>  June 2015 (tendon), as well as
those seasons as No. 1 Argentine. Torre de Tandil right wrist surgery on 4 May
> Winner of 20 singles titles, > Began playing tennis at age 5 2010. All 4 surgeries were at
capturing 1st 4 during 23-match with coach Marcelo Gomez Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN,
win streak in 2008: Stuttgart, > Father, Daniel, is a veterinarian; USA.
Kitzbuhel, Los Angeles and mother, Patricia, is a literature
Washington. Beat Federer in teacher
Swiss’ hometown for Basel titles Idols growing up were Pete
> 
in 2012 and 2013. Reached ATP Sampras, Lleyton Hewitt and
Masters 1000 finals at 2009
Montreal, 2013 Indian Wells and
2013 Shanghai. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Earned 30+ victories in 7 seasons 2017: 11 (38-16) 2013: 5 (51-16) 2009: 5 (54-16) 2005: 159 (0-0)
(2008-09, 2011-13, 2016-17), 2016: 38 (32-12) 2012: 7 (65-17) 2008: 9 (46-16) 2004: T1077 (0-0)
posting 300th win in 2013 Basel QF 2015: 581 (2-2) 2011: 11 (48-18) 2007: 44 (28-25)
(d. Mathieu). Boasts 8 wins over 2014: 138 (7-3) 2010: 257 (3-3) 2006: 91 (10-12)
World No. 1 -- most by a player
who's never been No. 1 since GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 77-31, 1 title)
inception of rankings in 1973. One W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06
of 3 players to beat Nadal, Federer Aus. Open 17-8 — — — 2R 3R QF 2R 4R QF 2R 2R —
and Djokovic when each were No. Roland Garros 14-7 3R — — — — QF 3R — SF 2R 1R 1R
1 (also Murray, Tsonga). Wimbledon 17-8 2R 3R — — SF 4R 4R — 2R 2R 2R —
> Captured 2009 US Open title, US Open 29-8 SF QF — — 2R QF 3R — W QF 3R 1R
snapping No. 1 Federer’s
40-match tournament win NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
streak in 5-set final after beating Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
Nadal 62 62 62 in SF. Defeated 7-8 — — — — RR SF — — F RR
Federer again en route to 2009
ATP Finals championship match. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 90-50)
Advanced to SFs at 2009 Roland W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06
Garros, 2013 Wimbledon and Indian Wells 18-7 3R 2R — — F QF SF — QF — 2R —
2017 US Open. Miami 15-9 3R 2R 1R — 2R 4R 4R — SF 2R 4R —
> Led Argentina to 1st Davis Cup Monte-Carlo 1-2 — — — — 3R — — — 2R — — —
title in 2016, winning 5-setters in Madrid 14-6 — 2R — — — SF 3R — SF QF 3R 1R
5+ hours over both Murray in SF Rome 8-5 QF — — — 3R 3R — — QF 1R — —
and Cilic in final. Defeated Canada 7-6 2R — — — 3R 2R 2R — F — 1R —
Djokovic en route to bronze medal Cincinnati 11-5 3R — — — SF SF 2R — — — 3R —
at 2012 London Olympics and Shanghai 7-4 SF 1R — — F — — — 2R — — —
silver medal at 2016 Rio Olympics. Paris 9-6 QF — — — QF 3R — — QF 3R 2R —

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FEDERICO DELBONIS ARG
@FedeDelbonis @fededelbonis @fededelbonis
BORN: 5 October 1990, Azul, Argentina HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 88kg (194lbs)
RESIDENCE: Azul, Argentina PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 96-103 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,788,347
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 3-8 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 33 (9 May 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 3-4 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 142 (11 July 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL > Idols growing up were countryman


PRIZE MONEY: $394,982 > Nickname is "Delbo" or "Gordo" Guillermo Vilas and Bjorn Borg
W-L: 11-10 (singles), 1-5 (doubles) > Began playing tennis at age 7 > Hobbies include football, movies
CHALLENGER: 20-6 (singles), 2-1 > Father, Horacio, is a hair products and going out with friends
(doubles) distributor and was once a Wife, Virginia (married 11
> 
SINGLES SF (1): Hamburg goalkeeper for a professional November 2017); daughter,
QF (1): Sao Paulo football team; mother, Marta, is a Celina (born 4 November 2013)
social assistant; brother, Alfredo; Practices in Azul, Argentina,
> 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS sister, Felicitas and Barcelona, Spain
> Finished 5 straight seasons in > Favourite surfaces are clay > Coached by countryman Gustavo
Top 70 (2013-17), achieving and outdoor hard courts, and Tavernini and former ATP pro
career-high No. 33 on 9 May 2016 favourite shot is forehand Diego Junqueira
soon after reaching Istanbul SF. > Favourite tournament is Roland
> C ompeted in 4 ATP World Tour Garros
singles finals – all on clay.
Champion at 2014 Sao Paulo
and 2016 Marrakech. Runner- YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
up at 2013 Hamburg as Q and 2017: 68 (11-10) 2014: 60 (20-27) 2011: 166 (3-2) 2008: 842 (0-0)
2014 Nice. 2016: 41 (27-24) 2013: 55 (12-8) 2010: 160 (0-2) 2007: T1180 (0-0)
> Enjoyed career-high 27 wins in 2015: 52 (17-20) 2012: 136 (6-9) 2009: 195 (0-1)
2016. Secured 1st 2 Top 10 wins
over Swiss players on clay (d. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-15)
Federer in 2013 Hamburg SF W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
and Wawrinka in 2015 Geneva Aus. Open 2-4 1R 3R 1R 1R —
QF). Roland Garros 1-5 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R
> E arned biggest win of career Wimbledon 0-3 — 1R 1R 1R —
over No. 2 Murray en route to US Open 2-3 — 2R 1R 2R —
2016 ATP Masters 1000 Indian
Wells 4R. Also advanced to 4R ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 11-19)
at 2017 ATP Masters 1000 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
Miami. Indian Wells 5-4 2R 4R 2R 1R — —
> Clinched Argentina’s 1st Davis Miami 5-4 4R 2R 2R 1R — —
Cup title by beating Karlovic in Monte-Carlo 0-3 — 1R — 1R — 1R
2016 final (ARG d. CRO 3-2). Madrid 1-2 — — — 1R — 2R
Rome 0-1 — — — 1R — —
CAREER TITLES (2): 2016 (1): Marrakech Canada 0-2 — 1R — 1R — —
(CL); 2014 (1): Sao Paulo (ICL). Cincinnati 0-2 — 1R — 1R — —
FINALIST (2): 2014 (1): Nice (CL); 2013 Shanghai 0-1 — 1R — — — —
(1): Hamburg (CL). Paris 0-0 — — — — — —

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GRIGOR DIMITROV BUL
www.grigor-dimitrov.com @GrigorDimitrov @grigordimitrovtennis @grigordimitrov
BORN: 16 May 1991, Haskovo, Bulgaria HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 80kg (176lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 257-161 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $14,083,976
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 21-51 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 3 (20 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 5-6 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 66 (26 August 2013)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Held in 52 of 53 service games en PERSONAL


PRIZE MONEY: $6,608,510 route to 2017 ATP Masters 1000 > Began to play tennis at age 3
W-L: 49-19 (singles), 1-7 (doubles) Cincinnati title, beating Kyrgios with his parents
SINGLES TITLES (4): Brisbane, Sofia, in 1st ATP Masters 1000, ATP Father, Dimitar, is a tennis
> 
Cincinnati, ATP Finals Finals or Grand Slam final coach, and mother, Maria, is a
F (1): Stockholm between players born in 1990s. sports teacher and former
SF (3): Australian Open, London/ Advanced to ATP Masters 1000 volleyball player
Queen's Club, Beijing SFs at 2014 Rome, 2014 Toronto Idol growing up was Pete
> 
QF (2): Rotterdam, Shanghai and 2016 Cincinnati. Sampras
Favourite shot is backhand
> 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (8): 2017 (4): ATP Finals down the line
> Top-ranked Bulgarian in ATP (IH), Cincinnati (H), Sofia (IH), Brisbane Favourite surfaces are hard
> 
Rankings history finished 2017 (H); 2014 (3): London/Queen's Club and grass
at career-high No. 3 after (G), Bucharest (CL), Acapulco (H); Favourite
>  tournament is
winning Nitto ATP Finals title. 2013 (1): Stockholm (IH). FINALIST (6): Wimbledon
Broke into Top 10 on 7 July 2014 2017 (1) - Stockholm(IH); 2016 (3): > Hobbies include cars, computers
after advancing to Wimbledon Beijing (H), Istanbul (CL), Sydney and watches
SF. Became World No. 1 junior (H); 2014 (1): Stockholm (IH); 2013 > Coached by Daniel Vallverdu.
on 8 September 2008. (1) - Brisbane (H). Fitness trainer is Sebastien
> Went 5-0 en route to biggest title CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Durand and physiotherapist is
of career at 2017 Nitto ATP Azdine Bousnana.
Finals, becoming 1st debutant to
win championship since Corretja
in 1998 and 1st debutant to go 5-0
since McEnroe in 1978. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Ended 2.5-year title drought in 2017: 3 (49-19) 2014: 11 (50-18) 2011: 76 (18-25) 2008: 482 (0-1)
2017 with 4 championships, 2016: 17 (39-26) 2013: 23 (37-23) 2010: 106 (3-2) 2007: T1461 (0-0)
including Brisbane, where he beat 2015: 28 (33-22) 2012: 48 (24-19) 2009: 287 (4-6)
Top 10 opponents Thiem, Raonic
and Nishikori. Only Bulgarian ATP GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 44-29)
champion owns 8 titles overall. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09
Earned biggest win of career over Aus. Open 16-7 SF 3R 4R QF 1R 2R 2R — —
No. 1 Djokovic in 2013 ATP Masters Roland Garros 5-7 3R 1R 1R 1R 3R 2R 1R — —
1000 Madrid 2R. Wimbledon 15-8 4R 3R 3R SF 2R 2R 2R — 1R
> Reached 1st Grand Slam QF and US Open 8-7 2R 4R 2R 4R 1R 1R 1R — —
SF of career in 2014, advancing to
Australian Open QF and NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Wimbledon SF. Defeated Career 18 17
defending champion Murray in 5-0 W
2014 Wimbledon QF. Also
advanced to 2017 Australian ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 73-50, 1 title)
Open SF, falling to Nadal in 5 sets W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
after 4h56m. Ended junior career Indian Wells 5-6 3R 2R 3R 3R 3R 2R —
in 2008 with back-to-back titles at Miami 8-7 2R 4R 3R 3R 3R 4R 1R
Wimbledon and US Open. Monte-Carlo 9-5 2R 2R QF 3R QF — —
Madrid 9-5 3R 1R QF 3R 3R — —
Rome 6-5 1R 1R 2R SF 2R — —
Canada 8-5 3R QF 2R SF 1R — —
Cincinnati 14-5 W SF 3R 2R 3R — 2R
Shanghai 6-6 QF 2R — 2R 1R 2R 2R
Paris 8-6 3R 3R 3R 3R 3R 2R —

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LASLO DJERE SRB
@ lacidj_95
BORN: 2 June 1995, Senta, Serbia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 80kg (176lbs)
RESIDENCE: Senta, Serbia PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 7-8 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $307,616
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 88 (6 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 747 (14 September 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Peaked at No. 3 in junior rankings > Favourite surface is clay and
PRIZE MONEY: $141,448 on 27 May 2013. Went 93-39 on ITF shot is forehand
W-L: 7-5 (singles) Junior Circuit, including win over > Favourite tournaments are
CHALLENGER: 30-19 (singles), A. Zverev en route to 2012 Eddie Roland Garros, Budapest and
0-6 (doubles) Herr final. Won 2012 Orange Bowl US Open
SINGLES SF (1): Budapest junior title the following week. > Idols growing up were Andy
QF (1): Istanbul Defeated Khachanov and Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt
Kokkinakis en route to 2013 > Enjoys cooking
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Wimbledon junior QF. > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
> Broke into Top 100 on 24 July would have been a businessman
2017 after reaching San PERSONAL like his father
Benedetto, ITA Challenger final. > Nickname is "Laci" > Supports Chicago Bulls (NBA)
Achieved career-high No. 88 on 6 > Began playing tennis at age 5 and Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
November 2017 following 30-19 by tagging along when his > Coached by Dejan Petrovic.
campaign on ATP Challenger father started taking lessons Fitness trainer is Vladimir Zoric.
Tour. > Father, Caba, is a businessman;
> Saved 1 MP vs. Verdasco in 1st mother, Hajnalka, is a teacher;
ATP World Tour QF at 2017 sister, Judit, is a student
Budapest, reaching 1st SF as Q. > Speaks Hungarian, Serbian and
Earned SE into Istanbul the English
following week and reached QF
there.
> Qualified at 2016 Roland Garros, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
but failed to qualify in all 7 other 2017: 88 (7-5) 2015: 173 (0-1) 2013: 597 (0-1)
attempts at Grand Slams. In only 2016: 187 (0-1) 2014: 365 (0-0) 2012: 910 (0-0)
ATP Masters 1000 appearance,
lost to countryman and eventual GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-1)
finalist Krajinovic in final round W-L 18 17 16
of qualifying at 2017 Paris. Aus. Open 0-0 — —
> Owns 1-7 record in ATP Roland Garros 0-1 — 1R
Challenger Tour finals with lone Wimbledon 0-0 — —
title at 2017 Perugia, ITA. US Open 0-0 — —

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NOVAK DJOKOVIC SRB
www.novakdjokovic.com @DjokerNole @djokovic.official @djokernole
BORN: 22 May 1987, Belgrade, Serbia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 77kg (170lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 783-163 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $109,805,403
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 181-86 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 1 (4 July 2011)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 28-9 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 114 (30 November 2009)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS SFs, 6 finals and 4 titles in a row football player. His father
PRIZE MONEY: $2,116,524 at Grand Slams. wanted him to be a football
W-L: 32-8 (singles), 3-2 (doubles) > Won Beijing OIympics bronze player or skier, but he excelled
SINGLES TITLES (2): Doha, Eastbourne medal in 2008 and led Serbia to in tennis at an early age.
F (1): Rome Davis Cup title in 2010. Credits
>  his family as
SF (1): Madrid inspiration for giving him so
QF (4): Acapulco, Monte-Carlo, CAREER TITLES (68): 2017 (2): much support
Roland Garros, Wimbledon Eastbourne (G), Doha (H); 2016 Idol growing up was Pete
> 
(7): Toronto (H), Roland Garros Sampras
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (CL), Madrid (CL), Miami (H), > At age 12, attended Niki Pilic
> Ended 4 years at No. 1 (2011-12, Indian Wells (H), Australian Academy in Munich and
2014-15). One of 7 players to Open (H), Doha (H); 2015 (11): practised there for almost 2
finish 4+ seasons at No. 1 along ATP Finals (IH), Paris (IH), years before returning to
with Sampras (6), Connors (5), Shanghai (H), Beijing (H), US Belgrade
Federer (5), Lendl (4), McEnroe Open (H), Wimbledon (G), Rome Speaks
>  Serbian, Italian,
(4) and Nadal (4). Spent 223 total (CL), Monte-Carlo (CL), Miami German, English and French
weeks at No. 1, 5th all-time (H), Indian Wells (H), Australian > Favourite surface is hard, but
behind Federer’s 302, Sampras’ Open (H); 2014 (7): ATP Finals considers himself well-
286, Lendl’s 270 and Connors’ (IH), Paris (IH), Beijing (H), rounded
268. Finished Top 3 and earned Wimbledon (G), Rome (CL), > Best shot is backhand down the
60+ wins in 10 straight seasons Miami (H), Indian Wells (H); 2013 line and return of serve
(2007-16). (7): ATP Finals (IH), Paris (IH), > A ppeared in the 2007, 2014 and
> Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in Shanghai (H), Beijing (H), 2015 Vogue Magazine
10 straight years (2007-16), Monte-Carlo (CL), Dubai (H), September issue
capturing 5 titles overall and Australian Open (H); 2012 (6): > Member of ATP Player Council
becoming 1st player to sweep 4 ATP Finals (IH), Shanghai (H), for two terms (2008-10, then
straight titles (2008, 2012-15). Beijing (H), Toronto (H), Miami 2016-18 as President)
> Owns 68 singles titles, 6th-most (H), Australian Open (H); 2011 > Named recipient of ATP World
in Open Era, including 12 Grand (10): US Open (H), Montreal (H), Tour No.1 Award in 2011-12 and
Slams (tied with Emerson 4th Wimbledon (G), Rome (CL), 2014-15, Most Improved Player
all-time) and 30 ATP Masters Madrid (CL), Belgrade (CL), of the Year Award in 2006 and
1000s (tied with Nadal most all- Miami (H), Indian Wells (H), 2007 (voted by players) and
time). Won 2+ titles each year Dubai (H), Australian Open (H); Arthur Ashe Humanitarian
from 2006-17, including all 4 2010 (2): Beijing (H), Dubai (H); Award in 2012 for Novak
Grand Slams and 8 of 9 ATP 2009 (5): Paris (IH), Basel (IH), Djokovic Foundation and
Masters 1000 events (all but Beijing (H), Belgrade (CL), Dubai UNICEF ambassador work
Cincinnati). Enjoyed win streaks (H); 2008 (4): ATP Finals (IH), Named recipient of BBC
> 
of 43 matches overall (2010-11), Rome (CL), Indian Wells (H), Overseas Sports Personality
31 matches at ATP Masters Australian Open (H); 2007 (5): of the Year Award in 2011,
1000s (2011) and 30 matches at Vienna (IH), Montreal (H), Estoril Laureus World Sportsman of
Grand Slams (2015-16). One of 4 (CL), Miami (H), Adelaide (H); the Year Award in 2012, 2015
active players with 700+ 2006 (2): Metz (IH), Amersfoort and 2016; the Order of St. Sava
victories (also Federer, Nadal, (CL).FINALIST (30). in 2011, the Order of
Ferrer), earning 700th win in CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). Karadorde's Star in 2012, the
2016 Dubai 2R (d. Jaziri). Order of the Republika Srpska
> Swept titles at 2015 Wimbledon, PERSONAL in 2013 and Eurosport Athlete
2015 US Open, 2016 Australian > Nicknamed "Nole" of the Year in 2015
Open and 2016 Roland Garros, > Began playing at age 4 and In December 2012, received
> 
becoming 8th player to complete made pro debut at 16 the Centrepoint Premier
career Grand Slam and 3rd to > Father, Srdjan; mother, Dijana; Award for Contribution to the
hold all 4 major titles at one time brothers; Marko and Djordje Lives of Youth across the world
(also Budge, Laver). Loss to > Father, uncle and aunt were all from HRH the Duke of
Querrey in 2016 Wimbledon 3R professional skiers and his Cambridge, Prince William
snapped streaks of 28 QFs, 9 father was also an excellent (Winter Whites Gala 2012)

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In 2013, had the honour to
>  magazine founded by Jelena > Appeared at 51 straight Grand
address the United Nations on Djokovic, is reaching more Slams before missing 2017 US
behalf of world athletes when than 35,000 students. Open following season-ending
the UN passed the resolution > Launched official app on iOS right elbow injury suffered at
proclaiming 6th of April the and Android in August 2017 Wimbledon
International Day of Sports for Wife, Jelena Djokovic Ristic
> 
Peace and Development (married 10 July 2014 in
Named
>  UNICEF Goodwill Montenegro); son, Stefan (born
ambassador in August 2015 21 October 2014); daughter,
> Received ATP ACES For Charity Tara (born 2 September 2017)
grant in 2017 for Novak Djokovic > C oached by former World No. 1
Foundation, which was founded Andre Agassi and former
in 2007 with goal to help World No. 8 Radek Stepanek
children from disadvantaged
communities gain access to
preschool education. The motto YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
of the Foundation is "Believe in 2017: 12 (32-8) 2013: 2 (74-9) 2009: 3 (78-19) 2005: 83 (11-11)
their dreams". To date, 2016: 2 (65-9) 2012: 1 (75-12) 2008: 3 (64-17) 2004: 187 (2-3)
Foundation successfully finished 2015: 1 (82-6) 2011: 1 (70-6) 2007: 3 (68-19) 2003: 676 (0-0)
37 projects, renovated or built 17 2014: 1 (61-8) 2010: 3 (61-18) 2006: 16 (40-18)
schools, offered training to more
than 600 teachers, donated 3,000 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 237-39, 12 titles)
books, and built a sensory park W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
for autistic children and a Aus. Open 58-7 2R W W QF W W W QF QF W 4R 1R 1R
tennis court in Priboj, among Roland Garros 59-12 QF W F F SF F SF QF 3R SF SF QF 2R
other contributions. Directly, Wimbledon 58-10 QF 3R W W F SF W SF QF 2R SF 4R 3R
through his Foundation, US Open 62-10 — F W SF F F W F SF SF F 3R 3R
helped 7,500 children have a
better starting point in life by NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
investing in their development Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
from an early age. In August 31-11 — F W W W W RR SF RR W RR
2015, represented his
Foundation and signed ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 308-66, 30 titles)
partnership agreement with W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
the World Bank to promote Indian Wells 49-7 4R W W W SF SF W 4R QF W F 1R —
early childhood development Miami 42-5 — W W W 4R W W 2R F 2R W 2R —
in Serbia and around the world. Monte-Carlo 30-9 QF 2R W SF W F — SF F SF 3R 1R —
This includes global advocacy Madrid 23-7 SF W — — 2R QF W — SF 3R SF QF —
on the importance of investing Rome 42-7 F F W W QF F W QF F W QF — —
in early childhood education, Canada 35-6 — W F 3R SF W W SF QF QF W — —
as well as investments to help Cincinnati 26-11 — — F 3R QF F F QF F F 2R 2R 1R
disadvantaged children in Shanghai 27-4 — SF W SF W W — SF SF — — — —
Serbia. NDF, thanks to Original Paris 28-7 — QF W W W 2R QF 3R W 3R 2R 2R 3R
Hamburg: 6-3 (SF - 2008; QF - 2007; 2R - 2006)

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IVAN DODIG CRO
www.ivandodig.com @DodigTennis @ivandodigofficial @ivan_dodig
BORN: 2 January 1985, Medjugorje, BIH HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 83kg (183lbs)
RESIDENCE: Freeport, Bahamas PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 118-140 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $6,350,790
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 4-24 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 29 (7 October 2013)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 6-5 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 4 (8 June 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (1): 2011 (1): Zagreb(IH). favourite shot is serve
PRIZE MONEY: $782,197 FINALIST (1): 2011 (1): Wife, Maja (married 16
> 
W-L: 3-2 (singles), 43-23 (doubles) 's-Hertogenbosch(G). November 2013); son, Petar
SINGLES SF (1): Umag CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (9). FINALIST (13). (born 16 June 2014)
DOUBLES TITLES (3): Rotterdam (w/ > Coached by his brother Mladen.
Granollers), Hamburg (w/ PERSONAL Fitness trainer is Stjepan
Pavic), Basel (w/Granollers) > Began playing at age 8 Medak and physiotherapist is
Father, Tomislav; mother,
>  Alen Stokan.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Davorka; brothers, Zeljko and
> Enjoyed Top 10 doubles finishes Mladen, both work as tennis
in 2015 and 2017, peaking at No. coaches
4 on 8 June 2015 after winning Enjoys music, movies, table
> 
Roland Garros title w/Melo. tennis and video games
Achieved career-high No. 29 in > Favourite surface is hard and
singles on 7 October 2013 after
reaching Tokyo SF, then ended
2013 as No. 1 Croat in singles YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
for 1st time at No. 33. 2017: 330 (3-2) 2013: 33 (33-27) 2009: 181 (2-2) 2005: 840 (0-0)
> Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in 2016: 148 (7-16) 2012: 73 (16-26) 2008: 387 (0-1) 2004: T1160 (0-0)
2013-16 w/Melo and in 2017 w/ 2015: 87 (8-11) 2011: 36 (26-25) 2007: 298 (0-0) 2003: T934 (0-0)
Granollers, advancing to 2014 2014: 96 (15-23) 2010: 88 (8-7) 2006: 414 (0-0)
final.
> Reached 1st 2 ATP singles finals GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 15-25)
in 2011, winning title at Zagreb W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
and finishing runner-up at Aus. Open 6-8 1R 1R 2R 2R 3R 1R 2R 2R
’s-Hertogenbosch. Advanced to Roland Garros 1-6 — 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R —
singles R16 at 2013 Wimbledon Wimbledon 4-5 — 1R — — 4R 1R 1R 2R
and three times at ATP Masters US Open 4-6 — 1R — 1R 3R 2R 1R 2R
1000 events, including 2011 Doubles Titles (1): Roland Garros - 2015 (w/Melo)
Montreal, where he beat No. 2
Nadal for biggest win of career. NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
> C aptured 6 of his 9 doubles Career 18 17 16 15 14 13
titles w/Melo, including 2015 9-9 RR RR SF F SF (2013-16 w/Melo, 2017 w/Granollers)
Roland Garros and 4 ATP
Masters 1000 events. Grand ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 19-28)
Slam runner-up in men’s W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
doubles at 2013 Wimbledon w/ Indian Wells 3-5 — 1R 2R 2R 3R 1R —
Melo and in mixed doubles at Miami 4-5 — 1R — 2R 2R 2R 2R
2016 Roland Garros and 2017 Monte-Carlo 1-4 — — — 1R 1R 2R 1R
Australian Open w/Mirza. Madrid 0-1 — — — 1R — — —
> Went 4-0 in 2016 Davis Cup Rome 2-1 — — — 3R — — —
doubles matches, including Canada 5-4 — 1R — 3R 2R — 3R
wins w/Cilic over Herbert/ Cincinnati 1-3 — — — 1R — 1R 2R
Mahut, Bryan/Bryan and Del Shanghai 1-3 — — — 2R 1R — 1R
Potro/L. Mayer (ARG d. CRO 3-2 Paris 2-2 — — — — 2R — 2R
in final). Doubles Titles (4): 2016 - Toronto, Cincinnati; 2015 - Paris; 2013 - Shanghai (all w/ Melo)

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ALEXANDR DOLGOPOLOV UKR
www.alexdolgopolov.com @TheDolgo @alexdolgopolov
BORN: 7 November 1988, Kiev, Ukraine HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.80m (5'11") / 71kg (157lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 216-196 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $6,894,349
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 10-47 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 13 (16 January 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 8-7 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 42 (9 January 2012)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL driving his Subaru STI and


PRIZE MONEY: $940,757 > Nickname is "Dolgo" making internet games
W-L: 28-23 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) > Began playing at age 3 > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
SINGLES TITLES (1): Buenos Aires Father, Oleksandr, was a
>  would be a rally car driver
F (2): Bastad, Shenzhen former ATP pro and coached > C oached by Stas Khmarskiy
QF (1): Rio de Janeiro Alexandr from a young age until > Underwent right knee surgery
2008; mother, Elena, was a on 24 July 2014 and missed 2+
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS gymnast who earned a gold and months
> F inished 8 straight seasons in silver medal at the European
Top 70 (2010-17), achieving Championships; sister, Maria
career-high No. 13 on 16 Identifies his father as most
> 
January 2012 after reaching inspirational person in his life
Brisbane final. > Speaks Ukrainian, Russian and
> Won 3 titles in 9 finals: 2011 English
Umag, 2012 Washington and > Favourite surface is clay
2017 Buenos Aires. Hobbies include car racing,
> 
> E arned 20+ victories in 7 of last
8 seasons (2010-15, 2017),
highlighted by win over No. 1 YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Nadal in 2014 ATP Masters 2017: 38 (28-23) 2013: 57 (24-27) 2009: 131 (1-1) 2005: T1523 (0-0)
1000 Indian Wells 3R. 2016: 62 (17-17) 2012: 18 (34-25) 2008: 309 (0-0)
> Defeated Tsonga and Soderling 2015: 36 (26-26) 2011: 15 (38-29) 2007: 226 (0-2)
in 5 sets to reach 1st Grand 2015: 23 (27-21) 2010: 48 (21-23) 2006: 269 (0-2)
Slam QF at 2011 Australian
Open. Advanced to US Open 4R GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 32-29)
in 2011 and 2017. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
> ATP Masters 1000 semi-finalist Aus. Open 9-7 2R 2R 1R 2R 1R 3R QF —
at 2014 Indian Wells and 2015 Roland Garros 6-7 2R — 1R 2R 1R 1R 3R 3R
Cincinnati as Q. Captured lone Wimbledon 8-8 1R 2R 2R 3R 3R 2R 1R 2R
doubles title at 2011 Indian US Open 9-7 4R 1R 1R — 2R 3R 4R 1R
Wells with 1st-time partner
Malisse, winning all 5 matches ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 54-58)
in Match TB and beating W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
Federer/Wawrinka in final. Indian Wells 11-7 2R 3R 3R SF 2R 4R 3R —
Miami 11-7 1R 3R 4R QF 3R 3R 4R —
CAREER TITLES (3): 2017 (1): Buenos Monte-Carlo 5-6 — — 2R 2R 2R 3R 1R 1R
Aires (CL); 2012 (1): Washington (H); Madrid 6-6 — 2R — 2R 1R QF 1R 2R
2011 (1): Umag (CL). FINALIST (6): 2017 Rome 2-7 1R 1R 2R 1R 3R 1R 1R —
(2): Shenzhen(H), Bastad (CL); 2014 Canada 4-6 — 1R 1R — 2R 1R 2R 3R
(1): Rio de Janeiro (CL); 2012 (2): Cincinnati 4-7 2R 1R SF — 1R 1R 1R 1R
Valencia (IH), Brisbane (H); 2011 (1): Shanghai 9-7 3R — 1R 1R 2R 3R QF 2R
Costa Do Sauipe (CL). Paris 2-5 — — 2R 1R 1R 1R 3R —
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). Doubles Titles (1): 2011 – Indian Wells (w/ Malisse)

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JARED DONALDSON USA
@JaredD @jared_donaldson
BORN: 9 October 1996, Providence, RI, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 75kg (165lbs)
RESIDENCE: Irvine, CA, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 32-44 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,457,145
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-6 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 50 (23 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-2 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 327 (2 February 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL Muhammad Ali (boxing) and


PRIZE MONEY: $854,935 > Nicknamed "JD" Bill Russell (basketball)
W-L: 21-25 (singles), 0-4 (doubles) > Began playing tennis at age 4 > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
SINGLES QF (2): Cincinnati, Chengdu > Father, Courtney, is a business- would be a poker player
man; mother, Rebecca, is a so- > Used to train in Buenos Aires
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS cial worker; sister, Tye > Has trained with Roger Federer
> Achieved career-high ranking 10 > Favourite surface is hard and in Dubai
times in 2017, peaking at No. 50 shot is backhand down the line > Coached by Jan-Michael
on 23 October. Broke into Top 100 > Favourite tournament is Indian Gambill. Fitness trainer is Tyler
on 12 September 2016 after run Wells Slezak.
to US Open 3R. Improved year- > I dols growing up were
end ranking in 5 straight seasons
(2013-17).
> Competed at inaugural Next Gen YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
ATP Finals in 2017 (l. to Coric, 2017: 54 (21-25) 2015: 135 (4-7) 2013: 731 (0-0)
Khachanov and Medvedev in RR). 2016: 105 (7-10) 2014: 260 (0-2) 2012: T1213 (0-0)
> Reached Grand Slam 3R for 1st
time at 2016 US Open as Q. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-7)
Youngest American to reach US W-L 18 17 16 15 14
Open 3R since 18-year-old Young Aus. Open 0-1 1R — — —
in 2007. Also advanced to 2017 Roland Garros 0-1 1R — — —
Wimbledon 3R. Wimbledon 2-1 3R — — —
> Advanced to 1st ATP World Tour US Open 3-4 2R 3R 1R 1R
QF at 2017 ATP Masters 1000
Cincinnati. Ended 0-13 start to ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 13-11)
career in Round of 16 matches at W-L 18 17 16 15
Cincinnati. Reached 2017 ATP Indian Wells 0-1 — 1R —
Masters 1000 Miami 4R as Q and Miami 2-2 4R 1R —
2016 ATP Masters 1000 Toronto Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — —
3R as Q. Madrid 1-1 2R — —
> Defeated No. 14 Goffin in 2016 US Rome 0-1 1R — —
Open 1R and No. 14 Bautista Agut Canada 4-2 3R 3R —
in 2017 Cincinnati 1R for biggest Cincinnati 5-3 QF 2R 2R
wins of career. Shanghai 1-1 2R — —
Paris 0-0 — — —

NEXT GEN ATP FINALS


Career 17
0-3 RR

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EVGENY DONSKOY RUS
@edonskoy
BORN: 9 May 1990 , Moscow, Russia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 74kg (163lbs)
RESIDENCE: Moscow, Russia PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 36-79 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,935,575
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-6 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 65 (8 July 2013)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 3-4 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 161 (5 November 2012)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Favourite surface is hard court


PRIZE MONEY: $449,050 and considers forehand best
W-L: 5-14 (singles), 3-2 (doubles) shot
CHALLENGER: 26-10 (singles), 4-2 Hobbies include football (sup-
> 
(doubles) ports Chelsea and Dynamo), ice
SINGLES QF (1): Dubai hockey (supports Dynamo and
SKA St. Petersburg), music and
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS hanging out with friends
> Ended 4 of last 6 seasons in Top Coached by Boris Sobkin.
> 
100 (2012-13, 2015, 2017), Fitness trainer is Yotsaphol
achieving career-high No. 65 Prommon.
on 8 July 2013 following
Wimbledon debut.
> A dvanced to 1st ATP World Tour YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
SF in hometown at 2015 2017: 72 (5-14) 2014: 130 (4-9) 2011: 144 (0-2) 2008: 612 (0-1)
Moscow. 2016: 125 (7-20) 2013: 98 (13-20) 2010: 258 (1-2) 2007: T1066 (0-0)
> Earned biggest win of career in 2015: 91 (6-6) 2012: 96 (0-4) 2009: 474 (0-1)
2017 Dubai 2R, saving 3 MPs to
beat No. 10 Federer 36 76 76 after GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 8-14)
trailing 5-2 in 2nd-set TB, 5-2 in W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
3rd set and 5-1 in 3rd-set TB. Aus. Open 3-2 — 2R — — 3R
> Reached Grand Slam 3R at Roland Garros 1-3 1R 1R — — 2R
Australian Open and US Open in Wimbledon 0-4 1R 1R — 1R 1R
2013. US Open 4-5 2R 1R 2R 1R 3R
> Boasts 209-119 Challenger
record (11-7 in finals). ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-7)
W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
PERSONAL Indian Wells 2-3 — 1R — 3R 2R
> Began playing tennis with his Miami 0-2 — 1R — — 1R
father, Evgeny, who gave him Monte-Carlo 0-1 — — — 1R —
his 1st racquet at age 7 Madrid 0-0 — — — — —
> His father is a businessman and Rome 0-0 — — — — —
mother, Irina, is a businesswom- Canada 0-0 — — — — —
an; brothers, Grigory and Maxim Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — —
> Idol growing up was Yevgeny Shanghai 0-0 — — — — —
Kafelnikov Paris 0-1 1R — — — —

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DAMIR DZUMHUR BIH
@DzumhurDamir @DzumhurD @damirdzumhur
BORN: 20 May 1992, Sarajevo, BIH HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.75m (5'9") / 70kg (154lbs)
RESIDENCE: Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 76-66 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,180,869
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 4-7 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 30 (6 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 4-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 301 (7 March 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL football team FK Zeljeznicar


PRIZE MONEY: $1,038,611 > Began playing tennis at age 5 > In his childhood, acted in two
W-L: 36-24 (singles), 3-6 (doubles) > Father, Nerfid, has been running movies: Grbavica (2006), as
SINGLES TITLES (2): St. Petersburg , a tennis school since 1994; background actor, and
Moscow mother, Zaneta; brother, Zlatan Morderischer Frieden (2007),
F (1): Winston-Salem > His birth came shortly after in which he played major role
SF (2): Los Cabos, Shenzhen outbreak of Bosnian War, in a as Durcan
QF (2): Memphis, Dubai maternity hospital located near Studied political science at
> 
the Zetra Olympic Hall. The arena University of Sarajevo
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS was destroyed at the time, but it > Coached by his father. Fitness
> Top-ranked Bosnian in ATP was the same place where Damir trainer is Strahinja Tomovic.
Rankings history improved would start playing tennis.
year-end ranking in 8 straight > As a kid, enjoyed skiing and
seasons (2010-17), finishing football, in addition to tennis
2017 at career-high No. 30. > Growing up, admired Patrick
> F irst player to sweep Russian Rafter and Roger Federer
titles in a single season, > Fan and supporter of Bosnian
capturing 1st ATP World Tour
titles at St. Petersburg and
Moscow in 2017. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> F inished 2017 season on 24-7 2017: 30 (36-24) 2014: 109 (5-7) 2011: 343 (0-1)
run, including 1st final at 2016: 77 (23-22) 2013: 189 (2-1) 2010: 1008 (2-0)
Winston-Salem. Earned 2015: 82 (8-9) 2012: 221 (0-2) 2009: T1664 (0-0)
career-best 36 victories in
2017, highlighted by biggest GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 10-14)
wins of career over No. 3 W-L 18 17 16 15 14
Wawrinka in Dubai 1R and No. 4 Aus. Open 3-3 1R 2R — 3R
A. Zverev in Shenzhen QF. Roland Garros 2-4 1R 1R 3R 1R
> A dvanced to Grand Slam 3R at Wimbledon 2-3 2R 2R 1R —
2014 Australian Open as Q, US Open 3-4 3R 2R 1R 1R
2015 Roland Garros and 2017
US Open. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 7-9)
> Defeated Nadal en route to W-L 18 17 16 15
2016 ATP Masters 1000 Miami Indian Wells 1-2 2R 1R —
R16, then reached R16 at 2016 Miami 4-3 2R 4R 1R
ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo Monte-Carlo 2-2 1R 3R —
as Q. Madrid 0-0 — — —
Rome 0-1 — 1R —
CAREER TITLES (1): 2017 (2): Moscow(IH) , Canada 0-0 — — —
St. Petersburg (IH). FINALIST (1): 2017 (1): Cincinnati 0-0 — — —
Winston-Salem (H). Shanghai 0-1 1R — —
CAREERDOUBLESFINALIST(1). Paris 0-0 — — —

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MATTHEW EBDEN AUS
@mattebden @mattebdentennis @matt_ebden
BORN: 26November1987,Durban,SouthAfrica HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 80kg (176lbs)
RESIDENCE: Perth, Australia PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 49-84 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,970,540
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-6 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 61 (1 October 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-2 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 57 (25 June 2012)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL > If he wasn't a tennis player, he


PRIZE MONEY: $215,049 > Began playing tennis at age 5 would probably be a lawyer as
W-L: 9-7 (singles), 4-3 (doubles) with his family in South Africa he was enrolled to pursue a
CHALLENGER: 23-10 (singles), 3-7 Went to high school at the
>  law/commerce degree at
(doubles) prestigious Hale School in University of WA but deferred
SINGLES F (1): Newport Perth, Western Australia to play pro tennis
QF (1): Memphis Father, Charles, is a Chief
>  > Favourite sporting team is the
Financial Officer and played Wallabies (Rugby Union)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS state cricket and tennis in Wife,
>  Kim (married 16
> Rose 600+ spots from No. 695 to South Africa; mother, Ann, is a November 2012 in Margaret
year-end high No. 76 in 2017. housewife; sisters, Tarryn and River, Australia)
Made biggest jump of any player Candice, both were nationally- > C oached by Liam Smith
in year-end Top 100. Achieved ranked tennis players > Underwent left knee surgery in
career-high No. 61 on 1 October Favourite surfaces are hard
>  2016 and missed 7 months
2012 after winning Kuala and grass, and shot is forehand during season
Lumpur 1R match. Favourite
>  tournament is
> Advanced to 1st ATP World Tour Australian Open
SF and final at 2017 Newport as > Idols growing up were Stefan
249th-ranked qualifier. Winner Edberg and Andre Agassi
of 4 doubles titles, most recently > Hobbies are going to the beach,
2014 Acapulco in only event w/ surfing, movies and computer
Anderson. games
> Captured 2013 Australian Open
mixed doubles title as WC with
countrywoman Wolfe. Became YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
3rd All-Aussie team to win 2017: 76 (9-7) 2013: 79 (6-11) 2009: 331 (0-0) 2005: T1523 (0-0)
Australian Open title since 2016: 695 (0-4) 2012: 103 (17-23) 2008: 301 (0-0)
return of mixed doubles in 1987. 2015: 106 (1-6) 2011: 86 (10-10) 2007: 637 (0-0)
Reached Grand Slam singles 2R 2014: 237 (5-21) 2010: 183 (1-2) 2006: T871 (0-0)
on 5 occasions, most recently at
2015 Wimbledon as WC. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-15)
> Broke into Top 100 for 1st time on W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
17 October 2011 after advancing Aus. Open 2-6 — 1R — 2R 1R 2R 1R 1R
to ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai Roland Garros 0-2 — — — 1R — 1R — —
QF as a qualifier. Also qualified at Wimbledon 1-4 — — 2R 1R 1R 1R — —
2012 ATP Masters 1000 Indian US Open 2-3 — — 1R 2R — 2R — —
Wells, where he reached 4R and
defeated No. 8 Fish for biggest ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 9-8)
win of career. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
> Owns 156-83 record on ATP Indian Wells 4-4 — — — 1R 2R 4R 1R
Challenger Tour (8-4 in finals), Miami 1-2 — — — 2R — 1R —
including titles in 2017 at Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — — — — —
Canberra, AUS and Toyota, JPN. Madrid 0-0 — — — — — — —
Rome 0-0 — — — — — — —
CAREER FINALIST (1): 2017 (1): Newport Canada 1-1 — — — — — 2R —
(G). Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — — — —
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (1). Shanghai 3-1 — — — — — — QF
Paris 0-0 — — — — — — —

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KYLE EDMUND GBR
www.kyleedmund.tennis @kyle8edmund @kyleedmundtennis @kyle.edmund
BORN: 8 January 1995, Johannesburg, RSA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 83kg (184lbs)
RESIDENCE: Beverley, Great Britain PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 53-63 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,117,993
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-13 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 40 (24 October 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 713 (3 November 2014)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL players and Marat Safin


PRIZE MONEY: $965,395 > Nicknamed "Kedders" Hobbies include music and
> 
W-L: 30-30 (singles), 0-3 (doubles) > Began playing tennis by chance playing golf. Follows Formula
SINGLES SF (3): Atlanta, at age 10, taking lessons at a 1 and loves sports cars.
Winston-Salem, Vienna local club where his sister > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
QF (2): Brisbane, Delray Beach used to swim would be a cricket player or
> Father, Steven, is the Managing Formula 1 driver
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Director of a building company; > Supports Liverpool football team
> Achieved new career-high mother, Denise, is a housewife; Coached
>  by Fredrik
ranking 10 times in 2016, peaking sister, Kelly Rosengren. Fitness trainer is
at No. 40 on 24 October after > Born in Johannesburg but moved Ian Prangley.
reaching Antwerp SF. Finished to North Yorkshire at age 3
2016 and 2017 in Top 50. Reached > Favourite surface is clay and
No. 8 in junior rankings on 16 shot is forehand
January 2012. > Favourite tournament is Wimbledon
> Advanced to SFs at 2016 > Idols growing up were British
Antwerp, 2017 Atlanta, 2017
Winston-Salem as Q and 2017
Vienna. Captured 4th and 5th YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Challenger titles in 2016 at 2017: 50 (30-30) 2015: 102 (1-5) 2013: 376 (1-3)
Dallas, USA and Rome, ITA. 2016: 45 (21-20) 2014: 193 (0-5) 2012: 568 (0-0)
> Reached 1st Grand Slam 3R and
4R at 2016 US Open. Advanced to GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 11-12)
3R at 2017 Roland Garros and W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
2017 US Open. Won junior Aus. Open 1-3 2R 1R 1R — —
doubles titles w/Ferreira Silva at Roland Garros 4-2 3R 2R 2R — —
2012 US Open and 2013 Roland Wimbledon 1-5 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R
Garros. US Open 5-2 3R 4R — — —
> Owns 0-7 record in 2R matches
at ATP Masters 1000 events, ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 7-14)
including loss to eventual W-L 18 17 16 15 14
champion Sock at 2017 Paris Indian Wells 1-2 2R 1R — —
from 5-1 up in 3rd set. Miami 1-4 1R 2R 1R 1R
> Member of British team that won Monte-Carlo 1-1 2R — — —
2015 Davis Cup title. Fell to Goffin Madrid 0-0 — — — —
in opening rubber 36 16 62 61 60 Rome 1-1 2R — — —
(GBR d. BEL 3-1). Became 1st Canada 0-2 1R 1R — —
player since F. Lopez in 2003 to Cincinnati 0-1 1R — — —
make Davis Cup debut in final. Shanghai 2-2 2R 2R — —
Paris 1-1 2R — — —

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VICTOR ESTRELLA BURGOS DOM
@Vitiestrella80 Victor Estrella @victorestrellaburgos
BORN: 2 August 1980, Santiago, DOM HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.70m (5'7") / 77kg (170lbs)
RESIDENCE: Santiago, Dominican Republic PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 82-72 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,958,311
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-4 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 43 (13 July 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 7-4 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 135 (13 July 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Cup for 18 straight years (2000- > Hobbies include playing softball
PRIZE MONEY: $369,615 17). Played only Davis Cup ties and spending time with friends
W-L: 9-10 (singles), 3-4 (doubles) and Dominican Futures events If he wasn't a tennis player,
> 
CHALLENGER: 21-12 (singles), from 1998 to 2002 and June 2004 he'd liked to have been a
5-9 (doubles) to May 2006. baseball player or a singer
SINGLES TITLES (1): Quito > In 2013, threw out ceremonial
CAREER TITLES (3): 2017 (1): Quito (CL); first pitch in Dominican Republic
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 2016 (1): Quito (CL); 2015 (1): Quito winter league game and met
> Top-ranked Dominican in ATP (CL). former MLB star Manny
Rankings history achieved career- CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). Ramirez
high No. 43 on 13 July 2015 after Coached by Manuel Antuna.
> 
reaching Wimbledon 2R. Earned PERSONAL Fitness trainer is Matias Rizzo.
1st ranking point at age 22, made > Nickname is "Viti" > Missed October 2012 to April
ATP debut at age 27, broke into Top > Began playing tennis at age 8 2013 with elbow injury and
200 at age 31, enjoyed 1st ATP win > Father is Elgio Felix; mother is Ana; contemplated retiring
at age 32 and entered Top 100 at brothers, Hector, Henry and Felix
age 33.
> Captured Quito title in 2015, 2016
and 2017 from age 34 to 36. First YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
player in ATP history to win 3+ 2017: 83 (9-10) 2012: 256 (6-0) 2007: 394 (3-0) 2002: T1049 (0-0)
titles at one event and 0 titles at 2016: 102 (14-19) 2011: 177 (2-1) 2006: 567 (2-2) 2001: N/R (2-0)
all other events. Only champion 2015: 56 (20-20) 2010: 219 (0-3) 2005: N/R (1-2)
in Quito history is 15-0 at 2014: 78 (9-10) 2009: 263 (4-0) 2004: T1447 (3-1)
tournament and 29-57 at all 2013: 143 (2-1) 2008: 239 (2-2) 2003: T1047 (3-1)
other ATP World Tour or Grand
Slam events. Saved 3 MPs vs. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 6-14)
Karlovic and 1 MP vs. Lorenzi en W-L 18 17 16 15 14
route to 2017 Quito title. Aus. Open 1-3 2R 1R 1R —
> Earned career-high 20 victories Roland Garros 2-4 2R 2R 1R 1R
in 2015, including biggest win of Wimbledon 1-4 1R 1R 2R 1R
career over No. 9 Cilic in US Open 2-3 — 1R 1R 3R
Barcelona 2R.
> After falling in Grand Slam ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-7)
qualifying 11 times, played 14 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
straight Grand Slams as direct Indian Wells 0-2 — 1R 1R — — — — — — —
acceptance from 2014 Roland Miami 0-2 — 1R 1R — — — — — — —
Garros through 2017 Wimbledon. Monte-Carlo 1-1 — — 2R — — — — — — —
Earned 1st Grand Slam main draw Madrid 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
wins en route to 2014 US Open 3R. Rome 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
> First 28 tour-level wins of career Canada 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
came in Davis Cup Group II from Cincinnati 0-1 — — — — — — — — — 1R
2001 to 2012. Represented Shanghai 1-1 — — 2R — — — — — — —
Dominican Republic in Davis Paris 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —

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THOMAS FABBIANO ITA
www.thomasfabbiano.it @t.fabbiano @thommy_fabs
BORN: 26 May 1989, Grottaglie, Italy HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.73m (5'8") / 69kg (152lbs)
RESIDENCE: San Giorgio Jonico, Italy PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 9-28 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,021,151
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 70 (18 September 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 208 (20 July 2009)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Prefers to play on hard courts > Coached by Fabio Gorietti and
PRIZE MONEY: $401,769 and favourite shot is forehand Federico Torresi
W-L: 4-12 (singles), 0-4 (doubles) > Likes hanging out with friends
CHALLENGER: 31-10 (singles), 8-11 and going on the Internet
(doubles) > Went skiing a lot when he was
younger and had more free
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS time
> Enjoyed 1st Top 100 finish in 2017
and achieved career-high No. 70
on 18 September 2017 soon after YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
run to US Open 3R. 2017: 73 (4-12) 2014: 258 (0-0) 2011: 331 (0-0) 2008: 365 (0-1)
> Earned 1st 2 ATP World Tour 2016: 124 (5-10) 2013: 185 (0-1) 2010: 309 (0-1) 2007: 499 (0-0)
wins en route to 1st QF at 2016 2015: 157 (0-3) 2012: 242 (0-0) 2009: 501 (0-0) 2006: T1540 (0-0)
Chennai as Q.
> Secured 1st 2 Grand Slam wins GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-6)
to reach 2017 US Open 3R. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
> Owns 5 ATP Challenger Tour Aus. Open 0-1 1R — — — —
titles, winning 3 in 2017 at Roland Garros 0-1 — 1R — — —
Quanzhou, CHN; Gimcheon, KOR Wimbledon 0-1 1R — — — —
and Seoul, KOR. US Open 2-3 3R 1R — — 1R
> Peaked at No. 6 in junior rankings
and captured 2007 Roland ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-4)
Garros junior doubles title w/ W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
Karatchenia. Indian Wells 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
Miami 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
PERSONAL Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
> Began playing tennis at age 4 Madrid 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
Father, Stefano, is a doctor;
>  Rome 0-2 — — 1R — — — — — — 1R
mother, Giovanna, is a beautician; Canada 0-1 1R — — — — — — — — —
brother, Roberto; sister, Valentina Cincinnati 0-1 2R — — — — — — — — —
Tennis idols are Marat Safin
>  Shanghai 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
and Andre Agassi Paris 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —

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ROGER FEDERER SUI
www.rogerfederer.com @rogerfederer @Federer @rogerfederer
BORN: 8 August 1981, Basel, Switzerland HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6’1”)/85kg (187lbs)
RESIDENCE: Switzerland PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 1132-250 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $111,885,682
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 212-109 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 1 (2 February 2004)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 29-20 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 24 (9 June 2003)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Wimbledon title in 2017 to Bangkok (IH), US Open (H), Toronto
PRIZE MONEY: $13,054,856 become 2nd-oldest Grand Slam (H), Gstaad (CL), Wimbledon (G),
W-L: 52-5 (singles) champion in Open Era behind Halle (G), Hamburg (CL), Indian
SINGLES TITLES (7): Australian Open, Rosewall (1971-72 Australian Wells (H), Dubai (H), Australian
Indian Wells, Miami, Halle, Open). Owns Open Era records Open (H); 2003 (7): ATP Finals (H),
Wimbledon, Shanghai, Basel for consecutive Grand Slam Vienna (IH), Wimbledon (G), Halle
F (1): Montreal finals (10), SFs (23) and QFs (36). (G), Munich (CL), Dubai (H), Marseille
SF (1): ATP Finals Also owns 27 titles and record (IH); 2002 (3): Vienna (IH), Hamburg
QF (1): US Open 350 wins at ATP Masters 1000 (CL), Sydney (H); 2001 (1): Milan (IC).
events, including Indian Wells/ FINALIST (49).
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Miami double in 2005-06 and CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). FINALIST  (6).
> Spent record 302 weeks at No. 1, 2017.
including record 237 straight > Two-time Olympic medalist, PERSONAL
from 2 February 2004 to 17 taking gold in doubles at 2008 > Began playing tennis at age 8
August 2008. Ended 5 seasons Beijing w/Wawrinka and silver in Mother,
>  Lynette; father,
as No. 1 (2004-07, 2009), tied singles at 2012 London. Finished Robert; sister, Diana
with Connors (1974-78) for 2nd- 4th in singles at 2000 Sydney. > Idols growing up were Stefan
most year-end No. 1 finishes Clinched 2014 Davis Cup title for Edberg, Boris Becker and Pete
behind Sampras' 6 (1993-98). Switzerland by beating Gasquet Sampras
> Holds Nitto ATP Finals records for 50th Davis Cup win of career. > S erved as ballboy at hometown
for titles (6), finals (10), SFs (14), tournament in Basel (1993-94)
appearances (15) and wins (55), CAREER TITLES (95): 2017 (7): Basel(IH), where he has gone on to win
capturing championship in 3 Shanghai(H), Wimbledon (G), Halle record 8 titles
cities (Houston 2003-04, (G), Miami (H), Indian Wells (H), > Enjoys spending time with his
Shanghai 2006-07, London 2010- Australian Open (H); 2015 (6): Basel family, relaxing on the beach
11) and 5 times with 5-0 record (IH), Cincinnati (H), Halle (G), and playing cards and table
(2003-04, 2006, 2010-11). Istanbul (CL), Dubai (H), Brisbane tennis. He is also a fervent fan
> Owns 95 titles, 2nd-most in Open (H); 2014 (5): Basel (IH), Shanghai of hometown football team, FC
Era behind Connors’ 109. Also (H), Cincinnati (H), Halle (G), Dubai Basel.
trails only Connors in wins with (H); 2013 (1): Halle (G); 2012 (6): > Speaks English, German, Swiss
1,132, earning 1,000th in 2015 Cincinnati (H), Wimbledon (G), German, and French
Brisbane final over Raonic. Madrid (CL), Indian Wells (H), Dubai > Since 2003, has won a record 36
Enjoyed career-long 41-match (H), Rotterdam (IH); 2011 (4): ATP ATP World Tour Awards: ATP No. 1
win streak (2006-07), reached 17 Finals (IH), Paris (IH), Basel (IH); (5 times: 2004-07, 2009), Arthur
straight finals (2005-06), posted Doha (H); 2010 (5): ATP Finals (IH), Ashe Humanitarian of Year (2
24-match win streak in finals Basel (IH), Stockholm (IH), times: 2006, 2013), Stefan Edberg
(2003-05), won 24 straight Cincinnati (H), Australian Open (H); Sportsmanship (13 times: 2004-
matches vs. Top 10 (2003-05) and 2009 (4): Cincinnati (H), Wimbledon 09, 2011-17), ATPWorldTour.com
earned 65 consecutive victories (G), Roland Garros (CL), Madrid (CL); Fans' Favourite (15 times: 2003-
on grass (2003-08). Went 81-4 in 2008 (4): Basel (IH), US Open (H), 17), Comeback Player of the Year
2005 (.953) for highest win Halle (G), Estoril (CL); 2007 (8): ATP (2017)
percentage since McEnroe went Finals (IH), Basel (IH), US Open (H), > Other Awards: Swiss of the Year
82-3 in 1984 (.965). Boasts 10 Cincinnati (H), Wimbledon (G), (2003); Swiss Athlete of the Year
wins vs. World No. 1 and 10 wins Hamburg (CL), Dubai (H), Australian (6x; 2003-04, 2006-07, 2012,
from 2 sets down. Never retired Open (H); 2006 (12): ATP Finals (IH), 2014); ITF Player of the Year (5x,
in 1,600 matches on tour (1,382 Basel (IC), Madrid (IH), Tokyo (H), US 2004-2007, 2009); I.T.W.A.
singles and 218 doubles). Open (H), Toronto (H), Wimbledon Player of Year and Ambassador
> All-time winningest men’s (G), Halle (G), Miami (H), Indian Wells for Tennis (3x; 2004-06); BBC
player with 19 Grand Slam titles (H), Australian Open (H), Doha (H); Sports Overseas Personality of
in 29 finals and 325 victories 2005 (11): Bangkok (IH), US Open (H), Year (3x; 2004, 2006-07);
overall. One of 8 men to win all 4 Cincinnati (H), Wimbledon (G), Halle L'Equipe's Champion of
majors, securing career Grand (G), Hamburg (CL), Miami (H), Indian Champions (3x; 2005-2007);
Slam at 2009 Roland Garros. Wells (H), Dubai (H), Rotterdam (IH), Laureus Sports Award, World
Captured all-time record 8th Doha (H); 2004 (11): ATP Finals (H), Sportsman of the Year (4x; 2005-

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2008); ESPY's Best Male earning tennis player off court and former World No. 3 Ivan
International Athlete Award 11 straight years (2007-17.) Ljubicic (since January 2016).
(2007); U.S. Academy Also named world's Most
>  Fitness trainer is Pierre Paganini
Outstanding Athlete presented Marketable Athlete by London and physical therapist is Daniel
by USA Today and MSNBC (2x; School of Marketing in 2015 Troxler.
2005-06); GQ Germany and 2017 Missed 2016 Roland Garros
> 
"International Man of the Year" > S erved as president on the ATP following arthroscopic left
(2005); Swiss Team of the Year, Player Council for 3 terms knee surgery on 3 February
together with Stan Wawrinka (2008-14) 2016, snapping Open Era-
(2008) and the Swiss Davis Cup > Wife, Mirka Vavrinec (married in record streak of 65 straight
Team (2014); US Open 2009). They have 2 sets of twins: Grand Slam appearances (69
Sportsmanship Award (2014); Myla and Charlene (born 23 July w/qualifying, 73 w/juniors).
GQ Most Stylish Man (2016) 2009), and Leo and Lenny (born 6 Played at only 7 events in 2016
> Ranked No. 2 on the Reputation May 2014). -- none after Wimbledon -- due
Institute's 2011 study of world's Coached by Swiss Davis Cup
>  to knee injury.
most respected, admired and captain Severin Luthi (since 2007)
trusted personalities. Was
second to Nelson Mandela but
ahead of the likes of Bill Gates, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey and 2017: 2 (52-5) 2011: 3 (64-12) 2005: 1 (81-4) 1999: 64 (13-17)
Bono. 2016: 16 (21-7) 2010: 2 (65-13) 2004: 1 (74-6) 1998: 302 (2-3)
In 2003, The Roger Federer
>  2015: 3 (63-11) 2009: 1 (61-12) 2003: 2 (78-17) 1997: T700 (0-0)
Foundation was formed. The 2014: 2 (73-12) 2008: 2 (66-15) 2002: 6 (58-22)
foundation focuses on 2013: 6 (45-17) 2007: 1 (68-9) 2001: 13 (49-21)
supporting community driven 2012: 2 (71-12) 2006: 1 (92-5) 2000: 29 (36-30)
initiatives to increase the quality
of education in Southern Africa GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 325-52, 19 titles)
(Zambia, Namibia, Zimbabwe, W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 99
Malawi, Bostwana, and South Aus. Open 87-13 W SF 3R SF SF SF SF W F SF W W SF W 4R 4R 3R 3R —
A frica) and Switzerland. The
 Roland Garros 65-16 — — QF 4R QF SF F QF W F F F SF 3R 1R 1R QF 4R 1R
foundation has invested over Wimbledon 91-11 W SF F F 2R W QF QF W F W W W W W 1R QF 1R 1R
50 million dollars since its US Open 82-12 QF — F SF 4R QF SF SF F W W W W W 4R 4R 4R 3R —
inception.
Special edition stamp of him
>  NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
released by Swiss Post on 10 Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02
April 2007 in Basel. First 55-13 SF — F F SF F W W SF RR W W F W W SF
person to receive honour while
still living. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 350-99, 27 titles)
> Named top global athlete brand W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 99
in 2016 and 2017 Forbes Fab 40. Indian Wells 57-11 W — F F QF W SF 3R SF SF 2R W W W 2R 3R 1R — —
Federer’s brand value exceeds Miami 50-13 W — — QF — 3R SF 4R SF QF 4R W W 3R QF F QF 2R 1R
LeBron James, Cristiano Monte-Carlo 30-13 — QF 3R F — — QF — 3R F F F QF — — 2R QF 1R 1R
Ronaldo, Tiger Woods and Madrid 35-8 — — 2R — 3R W SF F W SF F W — — SF QF — — —
Neymar. Ranked by Forbes in Rome 32-16 — 3R F 2R F SF 3R 2R SF QF 3R F — 2R F 1R 3R 1R —
2011 as world's 25th-most Canada 35-10 F — — F — — 3R F QF 2R F W — W SF 1R — 1R —
powerful celebrity and 1st in sub Cincinnati 42-8 — — W W QF W QF W W 3R W 2R W 1R 2R 1R — 1R —
category 'press rank' - a Shanghai 18-4 W — 2R W 3R SF — F — — — — — — — — — — —
reflection of the amount of Paris 21-10 — — 3R QF SF — W SF 2R QF 3R — — — QF QF 2R 1R —
media coverage a celebrity Hamburg: 29-4 (W–2007, 2005, 2004, 2002; F - 2008; 3R - 2003; 1R - 2001, 2000)
receives, including magazine Stuttgart: 1-2 (2R - 2001, 2000)
covers. Also named highest- Doubles Titles (1): 2003 – Miami (w/Mirnyi)

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DAVID FERRER ESP
@DavidFerrer87 @Davidferrer87
BORN: 2 April 1982, Javea, Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.75m (5’9”)/73kg (160lbs)
RESIDENCE: Valencia, Spain PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 717-353 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $30,796,561
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 53-114 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 3 (8 July 2013)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 22-12 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 42 (24 October 2005)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS (H). 2011 (2): Acapulco (CL), later to Barcelona to attend
PRIZE MONEY: $1,066,211 Auckland (H); 2010 (2): Valencia (IH), Catalan Tennis Federation
W-L: 24-21(singles), 3-2 (doubles) Acapulco (CL); 2008 (2): In 1999, spent 9 months at
> 
SINGLES TITLES (1): Bastad ‘s-Hertogenbosch (G), Valencia Equelite, Juan Carlos Ferrero's
SF (2): Estoril, Cincinnati (CL); 2007 (3): Tokyo (H), Bastad Academy in Villena, before
QF (1): Antwerp (CL), Auckland (H); 2006 (1): moving back to Javea
Stuttgart (CL); 2002 (1): Bucharest > Favourite sports are football and
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (CL). FINALIST (25). basketball. Fan of Valencia FC.
> F inished 7 seasons in Top 10 CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (1). > Enjoys reading and keeps every
(2007, 2010-15), achieving book that he reads
career-high No. 3 on 8 July 2013 PERSONAL Wife, Marta (married 28
> 
after Wimbledon QF run. > Began playing tennis at age 8 November 2015)
> Made 7 appearances at Nitto > Father, Jaime, is an accountant; > C oached by Francisco Fogues
ATP Finals (2007, 2010-15), mother, Pilar, is an elementary Played at 50 straight Grand
> 
reaching final in debut after school teacher; brother, Javier Slams before withdrawing
defeating Nadal in RR. Born in Javea and moved to
>  from 2015 Wimbledon (right
> O wns 27-25 record in finals, Gandia at age 13, then 2 years elbow).
highlighted by 2012 ATP
Masters 1000 Paris title. Led
ATP with 7 titles and 76 wins in YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
2012. Earned 20+ victories in 15 2017: 37 (24-21) 2012: 5 (76-15) 2007: 5 (61-23) 2002: 59 (10-6)
straight seasons (2003-17), 2016: 21 (36-22) 2011: 5 (59-19) 2006: 14 (41-26) 2001: 219 (0-0)
notching 700th win in 2017 ATP 2015: 7 (55-16) 2010: 7 (60-24) 2005: 15 (43-29) 2000: 407 (0-0)
Masters 1000 Rome 1R over 2014: 10 (54-24) 2009: 17 (45-23) 2004: 48 (29-31)
Lopez. One of 4 active players 2013: 3 (60-24) 2008: 12 (44-23) 2003: 71 (20-27)
with 700+ wins (also Federer,
Nadal and Djokovic). Boasts GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 145-59)
329 victories on clay, 2nd W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03
among active players to Aus. Open 41-15 3R QF 4R QF SF QF SF 2R 3R QF 4R 4R 1R 2R 1R
Nadal’s 389. Earned 5 wins over Roland Garros 44-15 2R 4R QF QF F SF 4R 3R 3R QF 3R 3R QF 2R 2R
World No. 1, including 3 vs. Wimbledon 28-14 3R 2R — 2R QF QF 4R 4R 3R 3R 2R 4R 1R 2R 2R
Nadal. US Open 32-15 1R 3R 3R 3R QF SF 4R 4R 2R 3R SF 3R 3R 1R 1R
> Reached Grand Slam QF-or-
better 17 times, highlighted by NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
2013 Roland Garros final (l. to Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
Nadal). 8-14 — — RR RR* RR RR SF RR — — F
> Boasts 27-4 Davis Cup record * Alternate
and 14-match win streak in
singles, helping Spain to titles ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 184-115, 1 title)
in 2008, 2009 and 2011. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03
Indian Wells 10-12 — — 3R — 2R 3R 2R 2R 4R 3R QF 2R 3R 1R 1R
CAREER TITLES (27): 2017 (1): Bastad Miami 31-15 2R 3R QF 4R F QF QF 4R 4R 2R 4R SF SF 1R 1R
(CL); 2015 (5): Vienna (IH), Kuala Monte-Carlo 26-11 — — QF SF — 2R F SF 3R QF QF QF QF — 1R
Lumpur (IH), Acapulco (H), Rio de Madrid 22-15 3R 3R QF SF QF QF QF SF 2R 2R 2R 2R QF 1R 2R
Janeiro (CL), Doha (H); 2014 (1): Rome 24-14 2R 3R SF QF QF SF — F 1R 2R 1R 1R SF 3R 2R
Buenos Aires (CL); 2013 (2): Buenos Canada 9-10 3R — — QF 2R — — 1R 2R 3R 2R 1R 2R 2R —
Aires (CL), Auckland (H); 2012 (7): Cincinnati 21-13 SF 1R — F 3R 2R 3R 3R 3R 2R QF QF 2R 1R —
Paris (IH), Valencia (IH), Bastad (CL), Shanghai 10-7 — 1R 2R QF 3R — F 3R 2R — — — — — —
’s-Hertogenbosch (G), Acapulco Paris 21-12 1R 2R SF QF F W QF 3R — 2R QF 2R QF 1R —
(CL), Buenos Aires (CL), Auckland Hamburg: 10-6 (QF - 2007, 2006, 2004; 3R - 2008; 1R - 2005, 2003)

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FABIO FOGNINI ITA
www.fabiofognini.eu @fabiofogna Fabio Fognini @fabiofogna
BORN: 24 May 1987, Sanremo, Italy HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.78m (5'10") / 74kg (163lbs)
RESIDENCE: Arma di Taggia, Italy PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 282-259 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $9,337,102
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 10-52 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 13 (31 March 2014)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 14-12 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 7 (20 July 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (5): 2017 (1): Gstaad housewife; sister, Fulvia
PRIZE MONEY: $1,429,055 (CL); 2016 (1): Umag (CL); 2014 (1): > Speaks Italian, English, Spanish
W-L: 36-23 (singles), 14-18 (doubles) Vina del Mar (CL); 2013 (2): Hamburg and French
SINGLES TITLES (1): Gstaad (CL), Stuttgart (CL). Fan of football teams Inter
> 
F (1): St. Petersburg FINALIST (9): 2017 (1): St. Petersburg Milan and Genoa C.F.C
SF (3): Miami, Kitzbuhel, (IH); 2016 (1): Moscow (IH); 2015 (2): > Married 2015 US Open women's
Stockholm Hamburg (CL), Rio de Janeiro (CL); champion Flavia Pennetta on 11
QF (2): Sao Paulo, Umag 2014 (2): Munich (CL), Buenos Aires June 2016 in Ostuni, Italy; son,
(CL); 2013 (1) - Umag (CL); 2012 (2): Federico (born 19 May 2017)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS St. Petersburg (IH), Bucharest (CL). > Coached by former ATP pro Franco
> Finished 7 straight seasons in CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (8). Davin (since December 2016).
Top 50 (2011-17), achieving Fitness trainer is Douglas Cordero
career-high No. 13 on 31 March PERSONAL and physiotherapist is Max
2014 following run to ATP > Nickname is "Fogna" Tosello.
Masters 1000 Miami 4R. Peaked > Began playing tennis at age 4
at No. 7 in doubles on 20 July Father, Fulvio, owns his own
> 
2015. company; mother, Silvana, is a
> Qualified in doubles at Nitto ATP
Finals w/Bolelli in 2015, going
1-2 in RR. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Won 5 singles titles - all on clay: 2017: 27 (36-23) 2013: 16 (42-27) 2009: 54 (20-26) 2005: 302 (0-1)
2013 Stuttgart, 2013 Hamburg, 2016: 49 (26-23) 2012: 45 (22-24) 2008: 92 (16-18) 2004: 786 (0-0)
2014 Vina del Mar, 2016 Umag 2015: 21 (32-26) 2011: 48 (25-27) 2007: 94 (5-7) 2003: T1082 (0-0)
and 2017 Gstaad. Reached 2+ 2014: 20 (40-26) 2010: 55 (16-26) 2006: 249 (2-5)
finals in 6 straight seasons
(2012-17) and earned 20+ wins in GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 38-38)
7 straight seasons (2011-17). W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
Enjoyed biggest win of career Aus. Open 5-10 2R 1R 1R 4R 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R 1R —
over No. 1 Murray in 2017 ATP Roland Garros 15-9 3R 1R 2R 3R 3R 3R QF 3R 1R — 1R
Masters 1000 Rome 2R. Wimbledon 10-9 3R 2R 2R 3R 1R 2R — 3R 2R 1R —
> Advanced to 2011 Roland Garros US Open 8-10 1R 2R 4R 2R 1R 3R 2R 1R 1R 1R —
QF, 2014 Australian Open 4R and Doubles Titles (1): 2015 - Australian Open (w/Bolelli)
2015 US Open 4R, where he
defeated Nadal from 2 sets NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
down. Only Grand Slam loss of Career 18 17 16 15
Nadal’s career from 2 sets up. 1-2 — — RR (w/ Bolelli)
Captured 2015 Australian Open
doubles title w/Bolelli, ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 57-71)
becoming 1st All-Italian team to W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06
win Grand Slam men’s doubles Indian Wells 7-8 3R — 2R 4R 2R — 1R 2R 1R 2R — —
championship in Open Era. Miami 8-6 SF — 2R 4R 3R — 1R 1R — — — —
> Two-time ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo 11-9 1R 1R 2R 3R SF 2R 2R 1R 3R — — —
singles semi-finalist (2013 Madrid 4-9 2R 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R — 1R 2R 1R — —
Monte-Carlo, 2017 Miami) and Rome 7-10 3R 1R 3R 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R 2R — — 1R
3-time ATP Masters 1000 Canada 7-8 — 2R 1R 2R 2R 2R 1R 2R — — 3R —
doubles finalist w/Bolelli (Indian Cincinnati 5-7 2R 1R 1R QF 1R 1R 2R — — — — —
Wells, Monte-Carlo and Shanghai 7-8 3R 2R 2R 1R 3R 1R 1R — 2R — — —
Shnaghai in 2015). Paris 1-6 — 1R 1R 2R 2R — 1R 2R — — — —

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TAYLOR FRITZ USA
@Taylor_Fritz97 @TaylorHFritz97 @Taylor_Fritz
BORN:28 October 1997, Rancho Santa Fe, CA, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.93m (6'4") / 84kg (185lbs)
RESIDENCE: Palos Verdes, CA, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 29-36 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $968,678
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-5 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 53 (29 August 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-2 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 231 (3 October 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS better at all 4 junior Grand Slams Enjoys playing FIFA and
> 
PRIZE MONEY: $398,061 in 2015, highlighted by US Open hanging out with friends
W-L: 13-13 (singles), 1-3 (doubles) title and Roland Garros final. Fan of Los Angeles Chargers
> 
SINGLES QF (3): Los Cabos, (NFL) and football team
Winston-Salem, Chengdu CAREER FINALIST (1): 2016 (1): Memphis Manchester United
(IH). > Named ATP Star of Tomorrow
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS in 2016 for being youngest
> Youngest player in 2016 year- PERSONAL player to finish in Top 100
end Top 100, achieving career- > Began playing tennis at age 2 > W ife, Raquel Pedraza (married
high No. 53 on 29 August 2016. because both parents were 7 July 2016), played at all 4
Rose nearly 1,000 places from professional tennis players junior Grand Slams. Son,
2014 year-end No. 1,141 to 2015 > Father, Guy, is a tennis coach; Jordan (born 20 January 2017).
year-end No. 177. Earned 1st mother, Kathy (May), is a > Trains in Carson, California
ATP ranking point on same date former WTA Top 10 pro; > C oached by David Nainkin and
(10 February 2014) and at same brothers, Chris and Kyle former Top 10 player Mardy
tournament (Palm Coast, USA > Likes all surfaces and favourite Fish. Fitness trainer is Rodney
Futures) as #NextGenATP shots are serve and forehand "Rocket" Marshall from the
countryman Tiafoe. Favourite tournament is US
>  USTA.
> Reached 1st ATP final in 3rd Open
tour-level event at 2016 Idols growing up were Juan
> 
Memphis as 18-year-old WC. Martin Del Potro and Pete
Youngest ATP finalist since Sampras, who presented him
Nishikori, 18, at 2008 Delray with a cake on 18th birthday at
Beach and youngest American Monterrey, MEX Challenger
finalist since Chang, 17, at 1989
Wembley.
> Earned biggest win of career YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
over No. 7 Cilic to reach 2017 ATP 2017: 105 (13-13) 2016: 76 (15-22) 2015: 177 (1-1) 2014: T1141 (0-0)
Masters 1000 Indian Wells 3R.
Beat Baghdatis in 2017 US Open GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 1-7)
1R, snapping 6-match losing W-L 18 17 16
streak in Grand Slam main draw Aus. Open 0-2 1R 1R
matches. Roland Garros 0-1 — 1R
> Owns 47-20 Challenger record Wimbledon 0-2 1R 1R
(3-2 in finals). Went from No. 694 US Open 1-2 2R 1R
on 5 October 2015 to No. 339 on
12 October to No. 232 on 19 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-7)
October thanks to consecutive W-L 18 17 16
Challenger titles at Sacramento, Indian Wells 2-2 3R 1R
USA and Fairfield, USA. Miami 2-2 2R 2R
> Finished 2015 as World No. 1 Monte-Carlo 0-0 — —
junior. Went 91-21 on ITF Junior Madrid 0-0 — —
Circuit including wins over Rome 0-0 — —
fellow #NextGenATP players Canada 0-1 — 1R
Harris, Moutet, Munar, Paul, Cincinnati 0-1 — 1R
Rublev, Santillan, Shapovalov Shanghai 1-1 — 2R
and Tsitsipas. Reached QF-or- Paris 0-0 — —

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MARTON FUCSOVICS HUN
@fucsovics @fucsovicsmarci
BORN: 8February1992,Nyiregyhaza,Hungary HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 82kg (181lbs)
RESIDENCE: Budapest, Hungary PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 22-20 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $660,347
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 84 (30 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 4-1 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 365 (27 November 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS (4-4 in finals), including titles in PERSONAL


PRIZE MONEY: $291,436 2017 at Vicenza, ITA and Ilkley, > Nickname is "Marci
W-L: 9-8 (singles), 2-1 (doubles) GBR. Broke into Top 200 on > Starts playing at age 5 with his
CHALLENGER: 30-12 (singles), 7-9 November 25, 2013 after winning father
(doubles) Andria, ITA Challenger title and > Father, Joszef; mother, Edit;
SINGLES QF (1): Basel Top 300 on May 6, 2013 after brother, Adam
winning Anning, CHN Challenger > Enjoys travelling
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS title. > Supports FC Barcelona
> Broke into Top 100 on 17 July > Became World No. 1 junior on 5 > Favourite surface is grass and
2017 after making Wimbledon July 2010. Captured 2010 shot is the lob
debut, becoming 1st Hungarian Wimbledon junior singles title > Idols growing up were Marat
in Top 100 since his coach Savolt without dropping a set, as well as Safin and Roger Federer
on 10 March 2003. Achieved 2009 US Open junior doubles title > Trains at ISP Academy in Nice
career-high No. 84 on 30 October w/Hsieh. > Coached by former ATP player
2017 after reaching Basel QF. Attila Savolt. Fitness trainer is
> Advanced to 1st ATP World Tour Emuanuel Yague.
QF at 2017 Basel as Q (l. to Cilic 76
in 3rd). Earned 15 of his 22 tour-
level victories in Davis Cup, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
including 3 biggest wins of 2017: 85 (9-8) 2014: 164 (0-0) 2011: 577 (1-0) 2008: T1752 (0-0)
career over No. 32 Khachanov, 2016: 158 (2-3) 2013: 233 (2-3) 2010: T1421 (0-1)
No. 36 Klizan and No. 37 Rublev 2015: 214 (6-2) 2012: 445 (2-3) 2009: N/R (0-0)
in 2017.
> Qualified for 2016 US Open after GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-3)
failing in 1st 14 qualifying W-L 18 17 16
attempts at Grand Slams. Also Aus. Open 0-0 — —
fell in 1R at 2017 Wimbledon as Roland Garros 0-0 — —
WC and 2017 US Open. Wimbledon 0-1 1R —
> Owns 118-74 Challenger record US Open 0-2 1R 1R

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GUILLERMO GARCIA-LOPEZ ESP
@GuillermoGLopez @ggl83
BORN: 4 June 1983, La Roda (Albacete), Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 80kg (176lbs)
RESIDENCE: La Roda (Albacete), Spain PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 275-321 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $7,454,851
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 12-47 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 23 (21 February 2011)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 8-6 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 27 (15 May 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (5): 2015 (2): Bucharest > Enjoys playing football, surfing
PRIZE MONEY: $497,001 (CL), Zagreb (IH); 2014 (1): Casablanca and skiing
W-L:5-15 (singles), 8-5 (doubles) (CL); 2010 (1): Bangkok (IH); 2009 (1): > Supports FC Barcelona
CHALLENGER: 31-11 (singles), 2-2 Kitzbuhel (CL). FINALIST (4): 2015 (1): > Inspired by Zinedine Zidane, Pete
(doubles) Shenzhen (H); 2013 (2): St. Sampras and Michael Jordan
Petersburg (IH), Bucharest (CL); Favourite movie is Gladiator
> 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 2010 (1): Eastbourne (G). and book is Da Vinci Code
> F inished 13 straight seasons in CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (6). > Coached by Jose Luis Aparisi.
Top 100 (2005-17), achieving Fitness trainer is Jose Luis
career-high No. 23 on 21 PERSONAL Hernandez.
February 2011 soon after > Nickname is "Guille" or "Willy"
reaching Zagreb SF. Fell to No. > Began playing tennis at age 7
163 on 17 July 2017 -- lowest > Father, Juan Garcia Ballesteros,
ranking in 13+ years. is a teacher; mother, Paqui Lopez
> Captured 5 ATP World Tour Cuesta, is a nurse; brother, Juan
titles, including Zagreb and
Bucharest in 2015. Earned 20+
wins in 9 straight seasons (2008- YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
16). Enjoyed biggest win of 2017: 70 (5-15) 2012: 77 (20-25) 2007: 90 (13-22) 2002: 360 (0-0)
career at 2010 Bangkok, beating 2016: 70 (22-31) 2011: 65 (20-29) 2006: 69 (15-20) 2001: T878 (0-0)
No. 1 Nadal in SF by saving 24/26 2015: 27 (31-25) 2010: 33 (31-23) 2005: 91 (19-26) 2000: T1126 (0-0)
BPs and converting 1/1. Went on 2014: 36 (25-26) 2009: 41 (28-27) 2004: 128 (5-7)
to defeat Nieminen in final. 2013: 63 (20-22) 2008: 62 (21-22) 2003: 239 (0-1)
> Upset Wawrinka en route to 2014
Roland Garros 4R, but lost to him GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 41-51)
in 2015 Australian Open 4R. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
Played at 50 straight Grand Slam Aus. Open 14-13 1R 3R 4R 2R 1R 1R 3R 1R 2R 3R 2R 2R 2R —
events until missing 2017 Roland Garros 12-14 3R 2R 1R 4R 1R 1R 3R 2R 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R 2R
Wimbledon while competing at Wimbledon 7-12 — 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R 2R 1R 2R 3R 1R 2R 2R —
Challengers in Marburg, GER US Open 8-12 — 1R 3R 2R 1R 2R 2R 2R 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R —
and Bastad, SWE.
> Advanced to 1st Grand Slam QF, ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 41-56)
SF and final in doubles at 2016 US W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
Open w/Carreno Busta. Indian Wells 9-9 1R 2R 2R — — 3R 2R 4R 1R 2R 3R — —
Spaniards were 1st unseeded Miami 6-9 — 2R 3R 3R — 2R 2R 2R 1R 1R 2R — —
team to reach US Open final Monte-Carlo 6-7 1R 2R — QF — — 2R 1R — — 3R — 1R
since Hewitt/Mirnyi in 2000. Madrid 6-9 1R 1R 1R 2R 1R 2R 3R 3R 1R — — — —
> Reached ATP Masters 1000 QFs Rome 6-5 — 2R 3R — — 2R 1R 3R — — — — —
at 2010 Shanghai and 2014 Canada 0-2 — — — 1R — — — — 1R — — — —
Monte-Carlo. Defeated Murray Cincinnati 2-3 — — — 1R — — 1R — 3R — — — —
in 2012 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Shanghai 4-6 — 1R 1R 1R — — 2R QF 1R — — — —
Wells 2R. Paris 1-4 — — 1R 1R — 1R 2R — — — — — —
Hamburg 1-2 (2R - 2006, 1R - 2007)

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RICHARD GASQUET FRA
www.rgasquet.com @richardgasquet1 @ richardgasquettennis @richardgasquet34
BORN: 18 June 1986, Beziers, France HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 75kg (165lbs)
RESIDENCE: Neuchatel, Switzerland PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 486-280 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $15,840,750
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 30-94 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 7 (9 July 2007)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 11-13 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 45 (7 April 2008)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (14): 2016 (2): Antwerp > Discovered by former ATP pro
PRIZE MONEY: $1,030,186 (IH), Montpellier (IH); 2015 (2): Pierre Barthes who ran the
W-L: 29-18 (singles), 2-1 (doubles) Estoril (CL), Montpellier (IH); 2013 nearby Cap d'Agde tennis camp
SINGLES F (1): Montpellier (3): Moscow (IH), Montpellier (IH), Rugby fan and supports
> 
SF (3): Marseille, Halle, Eastbourne Doha (H); 2012 (1): Bangkok (IH); hometown Beziers team
QF (4): Estoril, Tokyo, Shanghai, 2010 (1): Nice (CL); 2007 (1): Mumbai Moved to Switzerland in
> 
Vienna (H); 2006 (3): Lyon (IC), Gstaad (CL), September 2005
Nottingham (G); 2005 (1): Nottingham > In 2008, launched The Richard
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (G). FINALIST (14). Gasquet Foundation to help
> Finished 4 seasons in Top 10 CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (2). adolescents who struggle to find
(2007, 2012-13, 2015), qualifying their place in society. It uses
for Nitto ATP Finals in 2007 and PERSONAL sport to help underprivileged
2013. Broke into Top 10 and > Began playing tennis at age 4 youths build a future.
achieved career-high No. 7 on 9 with father, Francis, who ran a > Coached by Fabrice Santoro
July 2007 after reaching tennis club in Serignan; and Thierry Tulasne
Wimbledon SF. Ended 2002 as mother, Maryse, also teaches > Withdrew from 1st 5 ATP
World No. 1 junior. tennis Masters 1000 events of 2017
> Winner of 14 titles -- all ATP > At age 9, was on cover of French following appendicitis surgery
World Tour 250s. Earned 20+ Tennis Magazine (February and back injury
victories in 13 straight seasons 1996)
(2005-17), posting 400th win in
2015 London/Queen’s Club 1R (d.
Bolelli). YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Defeated Top 5 players in 5 sets 2017: 31 (29-18) 2012: 10 (42-22) 2007: 8 (49-24) 2002: 166 (1-5)
to reach SFs at 2007 Wimbledon 2016: 18 (35-18) 2011: 19 (34-20) 2006: 18 (34-21) 2001: T1303 (0-0)
(d. Roddick), 2013 US Open (d. 2015: 9 (43-17) 2010: 30 (38-22) 2005: 16 (31-11)
Ferrer) and 2015 Wimbledon (d. 2014: 26 (31-19) 2009: 52 (22-15) 2004: 109 (13-15)
Wawrinka). Won 2004 Roland 2013: 9 (50-23) 2008: 24 (32-22) 2003: 93 (2-8)
Garros title w/Golovin in only
mixed doubles appearance of GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 99-51)
career. Captured junior titles at W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02
2002 Roland Garros and US Aus. Open 22-13 3R — 3R 3R 4R 4R 3R 1R 3R 4R 4R 1R — 1R 1R —
Open. Roland Garros 24-14 3R QF 4R 3R 4R 4R 4R 1R — — 2R 2R 3R 1R 1R 1R
> Advanced to ATP Masters 1000 Wimbledon 28-12 1R 4R SF 2R 3R 4R 4R — — 4R SF 1R 4R 1R — —
finals at 2005 Hamburg as Q, US Open 25-12 1R 1R QF 3R SF 4R 2R 4R 1R 1R 2R 4R 4R — — —
2006 Toronto and 2012 Toronto. Mixed Doubles Titles (1): 2004 - Roland Garros (w/Golovin)
Won ATP debut at 2002 ATP
Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo as NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
15-year-old Q (d. Squillari). Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
Remains youngest match winner 1-5 — — — — RR — — — — — RR
since Tommy Ho, 15, at 1988 Rye
Brook. Qualified again at Monte- ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 124-89)
Carlo in 2005, beating No. 1 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02
Federer for biggest win of career Indian Wells 15-11 — 4R 2R 3R 4R 2R QF 1R 3R 4R 4R 4R — — — —
in QF. Miami 12-10 — 4R — 4R SF 4R 3R 1R — 2R 3R 2R — — 1R —
> Teamed w/Herbert for 1st time in Monte-Carlo 15-9 — 2R — — QF — 3R 2R — 3R QF — SF — 1R 2R
2017 Davis Cup final, defeating Madrid 7-8 — 3R 2R — 2R 3R 1R — — 3R 2R 2R — — — —
Bemelmans/De Loore to help Rome 16-9 — 3R 2R — 3R QF SF — 3R 1R 2R — 2R — — —
France win title (d. BEL 3-2). Fell Canada 20-9 2R — — 3R QF F 3R 1R — QF 2R F 2R — — —
to Federer in 4th rubber of 2014 Cincinnati 11-11 2R 2R QF — 2R 1R 3R 3R — 2R 2R 1R 2R — — —
Davis Cup final (l. to SUI 3-1). Won Shanghai 9-8 QF 1R 3R 2R 1R 2R — 3R 1R — — — — — — —
doubles bronze medal at 2012 Paris 13-10 2R 3R QF 2R QF 2R 3R 2R — — SF 3R — — 1R —
London Olympics w/Benneteau. Hamburg: 6-4 (F - 2005; 2R - 2008, 2007; 1R - 2006)

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DAVID GOFFIN BEL
@David__Goffin @DavidGoffinTennis @david__goffin
BORN: 7 December 1990, Rocourt, Belgium HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.80m (5'11") / 68kg (150lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 201-128 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $8,995,195
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 11-38 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 7 (20 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 9-4 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 249 (9 May 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Led Belgium to Davis Cup final in > Father, Michel, is a tennis coach
PRIZE MONEY: $3,904,676 2015 (l. to GBR 3-1) and 2017 (l. to at the Barchon Club in Liege;
W-L: 59-24 (singles), 1-2 (doubles) FRA 3-2). Owns 21-6 Davis Cup mother, Francoise; brother,
SINGLES TITLES (2): Shenzhen, Tokyo record, including 21-3 in singles Simon
F (3): Sofia, Rotterdam, ATP Finals and 6-0 in 2017 with wins over > Enjoys playing golf
SF (2): Monte-Carlo, Basel Pouille and Tsonga in final. Idol growing up was Roger
> 
QF (6): Australian Open, Madrid, Federer
Umag, Gstaad, Metz, Antwerp CAREER TITLES (4): 2017 (2) - Tokyo(H), > Voted by fellow players in 2014
Shenzhen(H); 2014 (2): Metz (IH), as the ATP Comeback Player of
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Kitzbuhel (CL). FINALIST (7): 2017 (3): the Year
> Ended 2017 season at career- ATP Finals(IH), Rotterdam (IH), Sofia > Coached by Thierry Van Cleemput
high No. 7 following run to final of (IH); 2016 (1): Tokyo (H); 2015 (2): and trains with the Belgian Tennis
Nitto ATP Finals. Became 1st Gstaad (CL), 's-Hertogenbosch (G); Federation in Mons
Belgian to break into ATP Top 10 2014 (1): Basel (IH). > Missed 6 weeks in 2017 due to
on 20 February 2017. right ankle injury suffered at
> Defeated No. 1 Nadal and No. 2 PERSONAL Roland Garros. Underwent
Federer en route to final of 2017 > Nicknamed "La Goff" season-ending left wrist surgery
Nitto ATP Finals. Became 1st > Began playing tennis at age 6 on 9 September 2013.
player to beat Top 2 since with his father
Federer at 2015 Cincinnati and
6th player to beat Nadal and
Federer at same event (also YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Davydenko, Del Potro, Djokovic, 2017: 7 (59-24) 2014: 22 (25-15) 2011: 174 (2-2) 2008: 711 (0-0)
Murray, Nalbandian). First 2016: 11 (49-25) 2013: 113 (11-23) 2010: 229 (0-0)
Belgian to beat World No. 1 and 2015: 16 (38-25) 2012: 46 (17-14) 2009: 309 (0-0)
first to qualify for year-end
championships. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 34-21)
> Snapped 6-match losing streak W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
in ATP World Tour finals by Aus. Open 8-4 QF 4R 2R — 1R —
winning back-to-back titles in Roland Garros 11-6 3R QF 3R 1R 1R 4R
2017 at Shenzhen and Tokyo. Wimbledon 8-5 — 4R 4R 1R 1R 3R
Captured 1st 2 titles in 2014 at US Open 7-6 4R 1R 3R 3R 1R 1R
Kitzbuhel and Metz. Won career-
high 59 tour-level matches in NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
2017, ending season on 25-8 run. Career 18 17 16
Earned 67 total wins in 2014 (25 3-3 F RR*
tour-level, 17 qualifying, 25 *Alternate
Challenger).
> Advanced to Grand Slam QFs at ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 53-37)
2016 Roland Garros and 2017 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
Australian Open, as well as ATP Indian Wells 7-4 4R SF — 1R 2R —
Masters 1000 SFs at 2016 Indian Miami 11-6 4R SF 4R 1R 3R 2R
Wells, 2016 Miami and 2017 Monte-Carlo 7-5 SF 3R 2R 1R 1R —
Monte-Carlo. Made Grand Slam Madrid 4-4 QF 1R 2R — 1R —
debut at 2012 Roland Garros by Rome 7-3 3R QF QF — — —
reaching 4R as LL, becoming 1 of Canada 4-4 2R 3R 3R — 1R —
2 LLs to reach Grand Slam 4R Cincinnati 5-4 1R 2R 3R — 3R —
since 1995 Wimbledon (also Shanghai 4-3 2R QF 2R — — —
Robert at 2014 Australian Open). Paris 4-4 3R 3R 3R 2R — —

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PETER GOJOWCZYK GER
@peter.gojowczyk Peter Gojowczyk
BORN: 15 July 1989, Munich, Germany HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 83kg (183lbs)
RESIDENCE: Munich, Germany PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 25-26 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,169,213
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-7 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 60 (6 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-2 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 452 (15 September 2014)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL Doha and the Grand Slams


PRIZE MONEY: $411,025 > Nickname is "Gojo" > Idol growing up was Roger Federer
W-L: 14-9 (singles) > Began playing tennis at age 4 > Hobbies include playing
SINGLES TITLES (1): Metz when he received a tennis football and snowboarding
SF (1): Newport racquet as a present > Supports Bayern Munich
Father, Reinhard; mother,
>  football club
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Maria; sister, Alexandra > Trains at the Sport-Scheck
> Achieved career-high No. 60 on > Favourite surface is hard and Allwetteranlage (Scheck-
6 November 2017 after reaching shots are backhand down the ProBase) in Munich
ATP Masters 1000 Paris 2R. line and crosscourt forehand > Coached by Alexander Satschko
Broke into Top 100 on 27 Favourite tournaments are
> 
January 2014 after qualifying at
Australian Open. Finished 6
straight seasons in Top 200 YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
(2012-17). 2017: 60 (14-9) 2013: 162 (1-1) 2009: 392 (0-0) 2005: T1367 (0-0)
> Earned 7 wins in 8 days to 2016: 190 (1-2) 2012: 180 (0-1) 2008: 343 (0-0)
capture 1st ATP World Tour title 2015: 194 (1-3) 2011: 246 (0-0) 2007: 411 (0-0)
at 2017 Metz as Q. First qualifier 2014: 79 (8-9) 2010: 496 (0-1) 2006: 817 (0-0)
to win a title since Mahut at 2015
's-Hertogenbosch. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 3-7)
> Reached SFs at 2014 Doha as Q W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
and 2017 Newport. Advanced to Aus. Open 0-4 — 1R 1R 1R — 1R
2014 Halle QF as WC, defeating Roland Garros 0-0 — — — — — —
No. 9 Raonic in 2R for biggest win Wimbledon 1-1 2R — — — — —
of career. US Open 2-2 — — — 2R 2R —
> Qualified at 6 Grand Slam
events, including Australian ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-2)
Open in 2012, 2014 and 2016. W-L 18 17
Reached 2R as Q at 2013 US Indian Wells 1-1 2R
Open, 2014 US Open and 2017 Miami 0-0 —
Wimbledon. Monte-Carlo 0-0 —
> O wns 129-110 record on ATP Madrid 0-0 —
Challenger Tour with 5 titles, Rome 0-0 —
including 2017 Happy Valley, Canada 0-0 —
AUS. Cincinnati 0-0 —
Shanghai 0-0 —
CAREER TITLES (1): 2017 (1): Metz (IH). Paris 1-1 2R

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MARCEL GRANOLLERS  ESP
www.marcelgranollers.com @M_Granollers @marcelgranollers
BORN: 12 April 1986, Barcelona, Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 77kg (169lbs)
RESIDENCE: Barcelona, Spain PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 189-234 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $9,390,048
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 6-34 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 19 (23 July 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 11-6 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 4 (25 February 2013)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (4): 2013 (1): Kitzbuhel director; mother, Montse, is a
PRIZE MONEY: $884,432 (CL); 2011 (2): Valencia (IH), Gstaad teacher; brother, Gerard, is
W-L: 4-17 (singles), 36-21 (doubles) (CL); 2008 (1): Houston (CL). also an ATP pro
DOUBLES TITLES (2): Rotterdam, Basel FINALIST (3): 2014 (1): Casablanca > Enjoys football and is a fan of
(both w/Dodig) (CL); 2012 (1): Umag (CL); 2010 (1): R.C.D. Espanyol
Valencia (IH). > Favourite surface is clay
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (15). FINALIST (19). > Coached by former ATP pro Juan
> Achieved career-high No. 19 in Balcells. Fitness trainer is Sergi
singles on 23 July 2012 and No. 4 PERSONAL Valldaura.
in doubles on 25 February 2013. > Began playing at age 5
Finished 9 straight seasons in > Father, Javier, is a commercial
singles Top 100 (2008-16).
> Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals
w/M. Lopez in 2012-14 and w/ YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Dodig in 2017, winning biggest 2017: 177 (4-17) 2013: 38 (27-24) 2009: 91 (16-25) 2005: 286 (0-0)
title of career in tournament 2016: 37 (21-25) 2012: 34 (23-23) 2008: 56 (15-20) 2004: 397 (0-0)
debut. 2015: 84 (14-21) 2011: 27 (27-25) 2007: 128 (2-2) 2003: 508 (0-0)
> Owns 4 ATP singles titles, most 2014: 46 (19-28) 2010: 42 (21-22) 2006: 160 (0-2) 2002: T957 (0-0)
recently 2013 Kitzbuhel.
Reached Grand Slam singles 4R GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 35-40)
on 4 occasions and ATP Masters W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06
1000 singles QFs 3 times, Aus. Open 6-10 1R 2R 2R 1R 2R 2R 1R 2R 2R 1R — —
including 2013 Rome, where he Roland Garros 12-10 1R 4R 2R 4R 1R 4R 2R 2R 1R 2R — —
beat No. 2 Murray for biggest win Wimbledon 5-11 1R 2R 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R 2R 2R 1R — 1R
of career. US Open 12-9 — 2R 2R 3R 4R 2R 3R 2R 2R 1R — —
> Boasts 15 doubles titles,
including 2012 ATP Masters 1000 NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
Rome w/M. Lopez. Runner-up at Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
2014 Roland Garros and 2014 US 6-7 RR — — RR RR W (2012-14 w/M. Lopez; 2017 w/Dodig)
Open w/M. Lopez, as well as 6
times with 3 partners at ATP ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 33-57)
Masters 1000 events. Earned W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
300th doubles win in 2017 Indian Wells 2-7 2R 2R 1R — 1R 3R 1R — 1R —
Marrakech SF w/M. Lopez (d. Miami 4-7 1R 2R 1R 1R 2R 2R 4R — — —
Mergea/Qureshi). Monte-Carlo 5-9 1R QF 2R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R 2R —
> Played all 4 doubles matches for Madrid 5-10 1R 2R 3R 1R 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R 2R
Spain w/M. Lopez en route to Rome 6-6 — — 1R 2R QF 3R — 1R 1R —
2012 Davis Cup final, going 1-3 Canada 4-3 — — — 1R 2R QF — — — —
(CZE d. ESP 3-2 in final). Cincinnati 2-4 — 2R — 1R 2R 1R — — — —
Shanghai 3-4 — 3R — 1R 2R — 1R — — —
Paris 2-6 — — 1R — 2R 2R 1R 1R — 2R
Hamburg: 0-1 (1R - 2008)
Doubles Titles (1): 2012 - Rome (w/M. Lopez)

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ROBIN HAASE NED
@robin_haase @RobinHaaseOfficial @robin_haase
BORN: 6 April 1987, The Hague, The Netherlands HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 71kg (157lbs)
RESIDENCE: Turnhout, Belgium PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 190-216 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $5,269,193
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 6-22 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 33 (30 July 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 8-11 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 38 (11 May 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (2): 2012 (1): Kitzbuhel > Voted ATP Comeback Player of
PRIZE MONEY: $1,166,634 (CL); 2011 (1): Kitzbuhel (CL). the Year in 2010
W-L: 28-30 (singles), 18-18 (doubles) FINALIST (3): 2016 (1): Gstaad (CL); 2013 Member of the ATP Player
> 
SINGLES SF (3): Dubai, Gstaad, (2): Vienna (IH), Gstaad (CL). Council for 2012-14 term
Montreal CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (7). > C oached by Raymond Knaap
QF (2): Auckland, Halle Underwent
>  right knee
PERSONAL surgeries in July 2008 and May
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Began playing tennis at age 2 2009
> Finished 8 straight seasons in Father, Axel; mother, Annie,
> 
Top 100 (2010-17), achieving are both retired; brother, Eric;
career-high No. 33 on 30 July and sister, Inga
2012 following 2nd Kitzbuhel > Plays tennis right-handed but
title. After being unranked on 9 is actually left-handed
November 2009, rose to No. 58 Enjoys reading, movies and
> 
on 8 November 2010. Peaked at hanging out with friends when
No. 3 in juniors on 14 March 2005. he is not travelling
> Won back-to-back Kitzbuhel Loves all sports including
> 
titles in 2011-12, becoming 1st basketball and ice hockey
repeat champion at event since Idol growing up was Andre
> 
A. Costa in 1998-99. Runner-up Agassi
at 2013 Gstaad, 2013 Vienna and > Favourite surface is clay
2016 Gstaad.
> Owns ATP Challenger Tour
record of 141-53 (13-4 in finals), YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
with titles in 2016 at 2017: 42 (28-30) 2013: 43 (30-26) 2009: 451 (0-0) 2005: 970 (0-0)
Scheveningen, NED and Sibiu, 2016: 59 (16-22) 2012: 56 (19-28) 2008: 115 (14-13) 2004: T1253 (0-0)
ROU. 2015: 66 (15-21) 2011: 45 (27-26) 2007: 112 (13-12)
> Advanced to Grand Slam 3R at 2014: 83 (18-23) 2010: 65 (9-12) 2006: 164 (1-3)
2011 Australian Open and 2011
Wimbledon. In 2010 Wimbledon GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 16-35)
2R, led eventual champion Nadal W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
2 sets to 1 before 5-set loss. Aus. Open 3-9 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R 3R 1R — 2R —
Teamed with countryman Roland Garros 5-9 2R 1R 1R 2R 2R 2R 2R 1R — 1R —
Sijsling to advance to 2013 Wimbledon 6-9 1R 2R 2R 2R 1R 1R 3R 2R — 1R —
Australian Open doubles final. US Open 2-8 1R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R 2R — — — 1R
Reached Wimbledon junior
finals in 2005 singles and 2004 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 23-38)
doubles w/Troicki. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
> Advanced to 1st ATP Masters Indian Wells 5-8 1R 2R 3R 2R 1R 1R 1R — — 2R —
1000 SF at 2017 Montreal and 1st Miami 3-8 2R — 2R 1R 1R 2R 1R — — 1R 1R
QF at 2012 Monte-Carlo. Earned Monte-Carlo 5-7 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R QF 2R — — — —
biggest win of career over No. 4 Madrid 2-3 2R — — 1R 2R — — — — — —
A. Zverev in 2017 ATP Masters Rome 0-3 1R — — 1R — 1R — — — — —
1000 Paris 2R. Reached 2014 Canada 5-2 SF — — — — — — — — — 2R
ATP Masters 1000 Rome doubles Cincinnati 0-2 1R — — — — 1R — — — — —
final in only event w/F. Lopez as Shanghai 0-2 1R — — — — — 1R — — — —
partner. Paris 3-3 3R 1R — — 2R — — — — — —

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RYAN HARRISON USA
@ryanharrison92 @ryanharrisontennis @ryan.harrison92
BORN: 7 May 1992, Shreveport, LA, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 84kg (185lbs)
RESIDENCE: Austin, TX, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 93-129 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $3,624,828
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 2-30 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 40 (17 July 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 16 (20 November 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL running back at Louisiana Tech,


PRIZE MONEY: $1,336,784 > Nicknamed "Harry" earning All-American honours
W-L: 19-23 (singles), 24-17 (doubles) > Began playing tennis at age 2 in 1949
SINGLES TITLES (1): Memphis > Father, Pat, played collegiate tennis > Held Ryan Harrison Invitational in
F (1): Atlanta at Oklahoma State and Mississippi November 2012 and raised money
QF (2): Estoril, Tokyo before a brief pro career in Futures for Wounded Warrior Project
DOUBLES TITLES (2): Estoril, Roland and Challengers. Now works at IMG > Considers grass his favourite
Garros (both w/Venus) Academy in Bradenton, Florida. surface
Mother, Susie; brother, Christian, is > Big New Orleans Saints fan (NFL)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS also on ATP World Tour; sister, > L ikes country and rock music
> Achieved career-high No. 40 on Madison. > W ife, Lauren, played tennis at
17 July 2017, more than 5 years > At age 11, entered Shreveport City University of North Carolina
after breaking into Top 50 on 25 Championships and reached final, and is sister of WTA pro
June 2012. Finished 2017 at year- where he lost to his dad Christina McHale (married 31
end high No. 47 in singles and > In 2005, family moved to Texas and March 2017)
career-high No. 16 in doubles. his dad became head pro at John > Coached by former ATP pro
> Defeated defending and eventual Newcombe's Tennis Academy in Michael Russell
champions Kontinen/Peers en New Braunfels before moving to
route to 2017 Nitto ATP Finals SF IMG Academy in 2008
w/Venus (l. to Kubot/Melo). > Grandfather, Jimmy, was
> Did not drop a set en route to 1st
ATP World Tour singles final and
title at 2017 Memphis. Qualified YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
at 9 tour-level events in 2016, 2017: 47 (19-23) 2014: 190 (5-13) 2011: 79 (14-19) 2008: 742 (1-1)
tied with 8 other players for 2nd- 2016: 90 (11-11) 2013: 102 (11-21) 2010: 173 (4-9) 2007: T1330 (0-0)
most in Open Era. Started career 2015: 113 (5-8) 2012: 70 (23-24) 2009: 363 (0-0)
0-22 vs. Top 10 before beating
Dimitrov in 2015 Acapulco 2R. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 10-24)
Won ATP debut at 2008 Houston W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
as 15-year-old Q (d. Cuevas) and Aus. Open 2-7 2R 1R — 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R
remains youngest player to win a Roland Garros 1-4 1R — — — 2R 1R 1R —
match since Nadal at 2002 Wimbledon 3-5 2R — — 1R 1R 2R 2R —
Mallorca (d. Delgado). US Open 4-8 1R 3R 1R 1R 1R 2R 1R 2R
> Defeated No. 6 Raonic for biggest Doubles Titles (1): 2017 - Roland Garros (w/Venus).
win of career in 2016 US Open 2R
as Q, snapping 0-6 start to career NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
in Grand Slam 2R matches. Also Career 18 17
beat Raonic en route to 2011 ATP 3-1 SF (w/Venus)
Masters 1000 Indian Wells 4R as
WC. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 23-29)
> Captured 2017 Roland Garros W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
doubles title w/Venus in Grand Indian Wells 11-8 1R 2R 2R 2R 2R 4R 4R 2R
Slam team debut, winning all 6 Miami 2-7 1R — 1R 2R 1R 2R 1R 1R
matches in 3 sets. Reached 2012 Monte-Carlo 0-1 1R — — — — — — —
US Open doubles QF as WC with Madrid 2-2 2R — — — — 2R — —
little brother C. Harrison. Rome 1-1 2R — — — — — — —
Canada 3-2 2R 3R — — — — — —
CAREER TITLES (1): 2017 (1) - Memphis Cincinnati 2-4 1R — — — 2R 1R 2R —
(IH). FINALIST (1): 2017 (1) - Atlanta (H). Shanghai 2-3 2R — — — — 1R 2R —
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (1). Paris 0-1 1R — — — — — — —

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PIERRE-HUGUES HERBERT FRA
@p2hugz @PierreHuguesHerbertOfficiel @pierrehuguesherbert
BORN: 18 March 1991, Schiltigheim, France HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.89m (6'2") / 75kg (165lbs)
RESIDENCE: Delemont, Switzerland PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 30-51 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,021,201
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-5 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 63 (14 August 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-1 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 2 (11 July 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER FINALIST (1): 2015 (1): Winston- Roland Garros and Paris-Bercy
PRIZE MONEY: $1,190,783 Salem (H). Idols growing up were Pete
> 
W-L: 10-20 (singles), 29-12 (doubles) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (11). FINALIST (5). Sampras, Guillermo Coria and
SINGLES SF (1): Rotterdam Roger Federer
QF (1): Newport PERSONAL > Favourite sporting personality
DOUBLES TITLES (3): Rome, Montreal, > Began playing tennis at age 3 is Zinedine Zidane
Cincinnati (all w/Mahut) with his father > Enjoys playing guitar, listening
> Father, Jean Roch, is a tennis to music and watching movies
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS coach; mother, Marie Laure, is > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
> Achieved singles career-high a tennis instructor; brother, would be an actor
No. 63 on 14 August 2017 after Gabriel, and sister, Marjolaine, > Trains in Strasbourg and Paris
qualifying at ATP Masters 1000 both play tennis at the FFT centre in Roland
Montreal. Reached No. 2 in > Graduated high school obtaining Garros
doubles on 11 July 2016 after the Abibac in Germany Coached by Fabrice Santoro,
> 
winning Wimbledon title w/ > Speaks French, English, German, Benjamin Balleret and Jean
Mahut. Finished 2015 at No. 6, Spanish Roch Herbert
2016 at No. 2 and 2017 at No. 6 in > Favourite shot is backhand volley
team rankings w/Mahut. and favourite tournaments are
> Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals
three times w/Mahut (1-2 in 2015,
0-3 in 2016, 1-1 in 2017), YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
withdrawing after 2 matches in 2017: 81 (10-20) 2015: 168 (7-6) 2013: 151 (1-2) 2011: 336 (0-0)
2017 due to lower back pain. 2016: 78 (7-12) 2014: 111 (5-11) 2012: 257 (0-0) 2010: 547 (0-0)
> Advanced to Grand Slam 3R in
2016 at Australian Open as Q and GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 7-12)
Wimbledon. Won Grand Slam W-L 18 17 16 15 14
doubles titles w/Mahut at 2015 Aus. Open 2-2 1R 3R — —
US Open and 2016 Wimbledon. Roland Garros 1-3 2R 1R — 1R
Runner-up at 2015 Australian Wimbledon 4-4 2R 3R 2R 1R
Open w/Mahut. Won 2009 US Open 0-3 1R 1R 1R —
Wimbledon junior doubles title Doubles Titles (2): 2016 - Wimbledon, 2015 - US Open (both w/Mahut)
w/Krawietz.
> Qualified in all 5 singles attempts NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
at 2016 ATP Masters 1000 events Career 18 17 16 15
(Indian Wells, Miami, Monte- 2-6 RR RR RR (all w/Mahut)
Carlo, Madrid, Paris). Owns 6-1
record in ATP Masters 1000 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-13)
doubles finals w/Mahut, W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
including titles at Indian Wells, Indian Wells 1-2 2R 1R — — —
Miami and Monte-Carlo in 2016. Miami 1-1 — 2R — — —
Became 2nd team to sweep 1st 3 Monte-Carlo 1-2 1R 2R — — —
ATP Masters 1000 events of Madrid 1-2 2R 1R — — —
season (also Bryan/Bryan in Rome 0-0 — — — — —
2014). Canada 0-1 1R — — — —
> Helped France to 2017 Davis Cup Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — —
title with 3-0 doubles record, Shanghai 0-0 — — — — —
including victorious team debut Paris 1-5 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R
w/Gasquet in final (d. BEL 3-2). Doubles Titles (6): 2017 - Rome, Montreal, Cincinnati; 2016 - Indian Wells, Miami, Monte-Carlo
(all w/Mahut)

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JOHN ISNER USA
www.johnisner.com @JohnIsner @JohnIsner @johnrisner
BORN: 26 April 1985, Greensboro, NC, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 2.08m (6'10") /108kg (238lbs)
RESIDENCE: Tampa, FL, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 359-220 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $12,567,465
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 21-53 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 9 (16 April 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 7-17 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 26 (2 April 2012)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (12): 2017 (2): Atlanta (H), (NFL) and University of Georgia
PRIZE MONEY: $1,836,954 Newport (G); 2015 (1): Atlanta (H); 2014 football
W-L: 38-22 (singles), 9-10 (doubles) (2): Atlanta (H), Auckland (H); 2013 (2): > Idol was former NBA star Karl
SINGLES TITLES (2): Newport, Atlanta Atlanta (H), Houston(CL); 2012 (2): Malone
SF (3): Rome, Cincinnati, Paris Winston-Salem (H), Newport (G); 2011 Played basketball until 9th
> 
QF (5): Auckland, Memphis, (2): Winston-Salem (H), Newport (G); grade and was 6'3" (1.90m)
Houston, Eastbourne, Beijing 2010(1): Auckland (H). FINALIST (12). before growing 5 inches around
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (5). age 16. Says if he wasn't a tennis
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS player, he would probably be a
> Finished 8 straight seasons in PERSONAL basketball player.
Top 20 (2010-17) and 5 straight as > Began playing tennis at age 9 > Favourite TV show is "Curb Your
American No. 1 (2012-16). Broke > Father, Robert, is a builder; mother Enthusiasm"
into Top 10 on 19 March 2012 after Karen, is a real estate agent; > Considers hard court as favourite
reaching ATP Masters 1000 brothers, Jordan and Nathan surface and his forehand and
Indian Wells final and achieved > Set school record for singles serve as strengths
career-high No. 9 on 16 April and doubles wins as 4-year All- Member of the ATP Player
> 
2012 after reaching Houston American at University of Council for 2014-16 term
final. Georgia (2004-07). In 2007, Voted ATP Most Improved
> 
> Winner of 12 titles -- all ATP reached NCAA singles final (l. Player of the Year in 2009
World Tour 250s. Owns 4 Atlanta to Virginia's Devvarman) and Wife, Madison (married 2
> 
and 3 Newport titles. At 2017 won doubles and team titles. December 2017)
Newport, became 2nd ATP > Hobbies include playing poker, Coached by Rene Moller and
> 
champion to not face break point golf and basketball, watching David Macpherson. Fitness
since stats started being tracked ESPN, and fishing trainer is Chris May and
in 1991 (Haas: 2007 Memphis). > A big fan of Carolina Panthers chiropractor is Clint Cordial.
> Earned 30+ wins in 8 straight
seasons (2010-17). Enjoyed 1st 5
wins in 3rd-set TBs en route to YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
2007 Washington final. Defeated 2017: 17 (38-22) 2013: 14 (39-24) 2009: 34 (27-18) 2005: 967 (0-0)
Mahut 70-68 in 5th after 11h5m in 2016: 19 (33-21) 2012: 14 (45-21) 2008:145 (11-19)
2010 Wimbledon 1R. Longest 2015: 11 (45-25) 2011: 18 (36-21) 2007: 107 (8-5)
match ever spanned 3 days with 2014: 19 (39-20) 2010: 19 (38-24) 2006: T843 (0-0)
Isner hitting record 113 aces
(Mahut hit 103). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 61-38)
> Advanced to 1st Grand Slam QF W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
at 2011 US Open. Owns 1-6 Aus. Open 13-9 2R 4R 3R 1R — 3R 3R 4R 1R 1R —
record in Grand Slam 4R, most Roland Garros 14-9 3R 4R 2R 4R 3R 2R 1R 3R — 1R —
recently reaching R16 in 2016 at Wimbledon 10-9 2R 3R 3R 3R 2R 1R 2R 2R — 1R —
Australian Open and Roland US Open 24-11 3R 3R 4R 3R 3R 3R QF 3R 4R 1R 3R
Garros.
> Defeated No. 1 Djokovic en route ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 102-70)
to ATP Masters 1000 finals at W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
2012 Indian Wells and 2013 Indian Wells 21-10 3R 4R 4R SF 2R F 3R 4R 4R 2R —
Cincinnati. Also advanced to Miami 13-10 3R 2R SF 4R 3R 3R 4R 3R 2R 1R —
2016 ATP Masters 1000 Paris Monte-Carlo 2-2 — — 3R — 1R — — — — — —
final. Won ATP Masters 1000 Madrid 9-6 — — QF 3R 2R 2R 2R 3R — — —
doubles titles at 2011 Rome w/ Rome 8-7 SF — 3R 1R 1R 2R 1R 2R — — —
Querrey and 2016 Shanghai w/ Canada 9-8 1R 2R QF 1R 1R SF 2R — 2R — —
Sock. Cincinnati 15-10 SF 2R 1R 3R F — 1R 2R 2R 2R 1R
Shanghai 9-8 3R 1R 3R 3R 2R 3R — 2R 1R — —
Paris 16-9 SF F QF 2R 3R 2R SF 2R 2R — —
Doubles Titles (2): 2016 - Shanghai (w/Sock); 2011 - Rome (w/Querrey)

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DENIS ISTOMIN UZB
BORN: 7 September 1986, Orenburg, Russia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 88kg (194lbs)
RESIDENCE: Tashkent, Uzbekistan PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 211-227 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $5,336,016
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 2-33 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 33 (13 August 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 14-8 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 59 (8 October 2012)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (2): 2017 (1) - Chengdu > Likes football (supports Real
PRIZE MONEY: $718,235 (H); 2015 (1): Nottingham (G). Madrid) and playing pool
W-L: 17-18 (singles), 3-4 (doubles) FINALIST (2): 2012 (1): San Jose (IH); > Graduated from University of
SINGLES TITLES (1): Chengdu 2010 (1): New Haven (H). Physical Culture and Sport in
QF (2): Gstaad, Metz CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (2). Uzbekistan with degree in
physical culture in June 2011
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL Fitness trainer is Jose Felix
> 
> Top-ranked Uzbek in ATP > Nicknamed "Deni" Gonzalez
Rankings history has finished 7 > Began playing at age 5 Suffered car accident in
> 
of last 8 seasons in Top 75 > Father, Oleg, is a businessman; early-2002 that left him unable
(2010-15, 2017). Achieved mother, Klaudiya Istomina, to walk for 3 months and
career-high No. 33 on 13 travels with and coaches required 18 stitches in leg
August 2012 soon after Denis; brother, Anton
reaching London Olympics 3R.
> C aptured titles at 2015
Nottingham and 2017 Chengdu. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Finalist at 2010 New Haven and 2017: 63 (17-18) 2013: 45 (32-30) 2009: 102 (16-18) 2005: 192 (2-1)
2012 San Jose. Earned career- 2016: 121 (9-21) 2012: 43 (30-32) 2008: 107 (6-2) 2004: T931 (0-0)
high 32 wins in both 2010 and 2015: 61 (23-24) 2011: 73 (12-22) 2007: 224 (2-1) 2001: T1166 (0-0)
2013. 2014: 49 (28-26) 2010: 40 (32-29) 2006: 200 (2-3)
> Reached Grand Slam 4R at 2012
Wimbledon, 2013 US Open and GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 34-38)
2017 Australian Open, where W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06
117th-ranked WC rallied from Aus. Open 10-11 4R 1R 1R 3R 2R 1R 1R 3R 2R 2R — 1R
2-sets-to-1 down to upset Roland Garros 6-9 2R 1R 1R 2R 2R 2R 1R 2R 2R — — —
6-time champion Djokovic after Wimbledon 10-9 1R 3R 1R 3R 1R 4R 2R 3R 1R — — —
4h48m. Biggest win of career US Open 8-9 1R 1R 2R 1R 4R 1R 2R 2R 3R — — —
over No. 2 Djokovic snapped
20-match losing streak vs. Top ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 17-37)
10 opponents. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
> A dvanced to ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells 5-6 — 1R 2R 1R 2R 4R 1R —
R16 at 2012 Indian Wells and Miami 4-8 1R 2R 1R 3R 1R 1R 2R 1R
2013 Montreal. Monte-Carlo 0-3 — — — — 1R 1R 1R —
> Boasts 169-98 record on ATP Madrid 2-4 1R 2R — — 2R 1R — —
Challenger Tour (10-5 in finals), Rome 1-2 — — — — 2R 1R — —
winning most recent title on Canada 2-3 — — — 1R 3R — — 1R
home soil at 2015 Tashkent, Cincinnati 2-4 — — — 1R 1R 2R — 2R
UZB. Shanghai 1-3 — — — 1R — 2R — 1R
Paris 0-4 — — — 1R 1R 1R — 1R

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NICOLAS JARRY CHI
@NicoJarry @NicolasJarryOficial @nicojarry
BORN: 11 October 1995, Santiago, Chile HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.98m (6'6") / 87kg (191lbs)
RESIDENCE: Santiago, Chile PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 5-10 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $298,534
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 99 (20 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 158 (5 January 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL Favourite shot is serve and


> 
PRIZE MONEY: $167,694 > Grandfather, Jaime Fillol, gave tournament is Wimbledon
W-L: 2-3 (singles), 1-1 (doubles) him a tennis racquet before he Hobbies include hanging out
> 
CHALLENGER: 32-15 (singles), can even remember with friends
20-9 (doubles) > Father, Allan, a businessman; Ambassador for the TECHO
> 
mother, Cecilia, is a business- charity
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS woman. Both parents played In 2011-12, trained at Canas
> 
> Broke into Top 100 and achieved professional volleyball for Tennis Academy in Key
career-high No. 99 on 20 Chile. Oldest of five children, in- Biscayne, FL, USA
November 2017 after capturing cluding two sisters: Belen and > C oached by Martin Rodriguez
hometown title at Santiago, CHI Sofia; and two brothers: Diego
Challenger. Became 1st and Sebastian.
Chilean in year-end Top 100
since No. 68 F. Gonzalez in
2010. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Made winning ATP World Tour 2017: 100 (2-3) 2015: 377 (3-2) 2013: 871 (0-1)
debut at 2015 Quito as Q (d. 2016: 400 (0-4) 2014: 224 (0-0) 2012: T1655 (0-0)
Escobar). All 4 other wins came
in Davis Cup. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-2)
> Qualified and fell in 1R at W-L 18 17
Roland Garros and Wimbledon Aus. Open 0-0 —
in 2017. Advanced to 2013 Roland Garros 0-1 1R
Roland Garros junior doubles Wimbledon 0-1 1R
final with countryman Garin. US Open 0-0 —
> Went 3-2 in Challenger finals
during 2017 season, winning all ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-1)
3 titles on South American clay W-L 18 17 16
at Medellin, COL; Quito, ECU Indian Wells 0-0 — —
and Santiago, CHI. Miami 0-1 — 1R
> Peaked at No. 8 in junior Monte-Carlo 0-0 — —
rankings on 25 November 2013. Madrid 0-0 — —
Posted 57-29 record on ITF Rome 0-0 — —
Junior Circuit. Canada 0-0 — —
Cincinnati 0-0 — —
Shanghai 0-0 — —
Paris 0-0 — —

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MALEK JAZIRI TUN
www.malekjaziri.com @jaziri_malek @Malek.jaziri.Official @jazirimalek
BORN: 20 January 1984, Bizerte, Tunisia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 82kg (180lbs)
RESIDENCE: Tunis, Tunisia PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 68-94 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,394,064
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-10 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 47 (13 February 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 5-6 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 195 (19 June 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL and shot is forehand


PRIZE MONEY: $637,500 > Nickname is "Jazz" > Favourite tournament is the US
W-L: 16-22 (singles), 6-12 (doubles) > Began playing tennis at age 5 Open
> Father, Mohamed; mother, Heida; > Idol growing up was Pete Sampras
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS brothers, Emir and Elyes > Hobbies include football, movies,
> Top-ranked Tunisian in ATP Member of the 1998 African
>  music and golf
Rankings history has finished 3 14-Under ITF Touring Team, > Supports the Club Athletique
of last 4 seasons in Top 100. supported by the Grand Slam Bizertin (CAB)
Achieved career-high No. 47 on Development Fund, that > Speaks Arabic, English, Spanish
13 February 2017 after reaching travelled to Europe and French
Montpellier 2R (l. to Gasquet). > Trained in Barcelona for 2 years > Wife, Jihene (married 4 April 2015);
> Reached ATP World Tour SFs at (2009-10) son, Malek (born 11 May 2016)
2012 Moscow and 2015 Winston- > Favourite surface is hard courts > C oached by Christophe Freyss
Salem. Lost to Anderson in
Winston-Salem SF, which was
match-up of Top 2 African YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
players. Owns 1-21 record vs. 2017: 98 (16-22) 2013: 171 (2-1) 2009: 318 (0-0) 2005: 338 (0-0)
Top 20 with biggest win of career 2016: 58 (17-23) 2012: 118 (6-11) 2008: 693 (0-2) 2004: 531 (4-0)
over No. 14 Goffin in 2016 2015: 103 (12-20) 2011: 118 (3-3) 2007: 689 (0-0) 2003: T1030 (0-1)
Shenzhen 2R. 2014: 76 (8-11) 2010: 341 (0-0) 2006: 576 (0-0) 2002: T1066 (0-0)
> Advanced to 2R at all 4 Grand
Slam events, highlighted by GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 9-17)
Australian Open 3R in 2015 and W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
2017. Aus. Open 4-3 3R 1R 3R — — — —
> Posted best ATP Masters 1000 Roland Garros 2-4 1R 2R 1R — — 2R —
results at back-to-back events in Wimbledon 1-5 1R 1R 1R 1R — 2R —
2017, reaching Indian Wells 4R US Open 2-5 2R 1R 1R — — 1R 2R
and Miami 3R. Also advanced to
3R at 2014 ATP Masters 1000 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 9-9)
Shanghai as Q. W-L 18 17 16 15 14
> Played nearly 600 combined Indian Wells 4-2 4R — 2R —
matches on ATP Challenger Tour Miami 2-3 3R — 1R 1R
and ITF Futures Circuit. Owns Monte-Carlo 0-1 1R — — —
records of 156-101 at Madrid 0-0 — — — —
Challengers (7-6 in finals) and Rome 0-0 — — — —
203-130 at Futures (9-12 in Canada 1-1 — — — 2R
finals). Won 3 Challenger titles in Cincinnati 0-1 — 1R — —
2016: Guadalajara, MEX; Le Shanghai 2-1 — — — 3R
Gosier, GUD and Istanbul, TUR. Paris 0-0 — — — —

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STEVE JOHNSON USA
www.steviejohnsontennis.com @SJohnson_89 @SteveJohnsonOfficialFanPage @steviej345
BORN: 24 December 1989, Orange, CA, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 86kg (190lbs)
RESIDENCE: Redondo Beach, CA, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 122-116 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,231,510
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 3-21 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 21 (25 July 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 5-6 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 39 (23 May 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL > Enjoys music of U2 and Coldplay


PRIZE MONEY: $1,005,440 > Nicknamed "Stevie" > Attended USC from 2009-2012,
W-L: 30-22 (singles), 9-12 (doubles) > Began playing tennis at age 2, sweeping NCAA team titles in
SINGLES TITLES (1): Houston using balloons and beach balls all 4 seasons and winning 2
SF (1): Auckland > Father, Steve, was a tennis NCAA singles titles (2011-12).
QF (7): Memphis, Delray Beach, coach before passing away in Finished 2011 and 2012 as No. 1
Acapulco, Geneva, Eastbourne, 2017; mother, Michelle, is a college player for USC, ending
Winston-Salem, Tokyo math professor; sister, Alison with 72 straight singles wins.
> Credits his father with success > Majored in Human Performance
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS in tennis: "He taught me pretty and is just short of attaining his
> F inished 4 straight seasons in much everything I know" degree (hopes to complete his
Top 50 (2014-17), achieving > Growing up, idolised Pete degree after tennis career)
career-high No. 21 on 25 July Sampras and Andre Agassi > Coached by Craig Boynton (since
2016 following run to > Favourite surface is hard and September 2015)
Washington SF. shot is forehand
> C aptured titles at 2016 > Favourite tournament is Indian
Nottingham and 2017 Houston. Wells
Earned 30+ wins in 3 straight
seasons (2015-17), including
biggest win of career over No. 7 YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Thiem in 2017 Tokyo 1R. 2017: 44 (30-22) 2014: 37 (19-20) 2011: 370 (0-2) 2008: T1566 (0-0)
> Reached Grand Slam 3R-or- 2016: 33 (30-28) 2013: 157 (4-10) 2010: 636 (0-1) 2007: T1461 (0-0)
better on 7 occasions, 2015: 32 (36-28) 2012: 175 (3-5) 2009: T1057 (0-0)
highlighted by 2016 Wimbledon
4R. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 20-22)
> A dvanced to 1st ATP Masters W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
1000 QF at 2016 Cincinnati. Aus. Open 5-5 2R 3R 3R 1R 1R — —
> Posted 7 wins at 2016 Rio Roland Garros 5-5 3R 1R 3R 2R 1R — —
Olympics, finishing as doubles Wimbledon 6-5 3R 4R 2R 1R 1R — —
bronze medalist w/Sock and US Open 4-7 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R 3R 1R
singles quarter-finalist (l. to
eventual gold medalist Murray ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 17-26)
76 in 3rd). W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
Indian Wells 4-5 3R 3R 3R 1R 1R
CAREER TITLES (2): 2017 (1): Houston Miami 1-4 2R 3R 1R 1R —
(CL); 2016 (1): Nottingham (G). Monte-Carlo 0-1 — — 1R — —
FINALIST (1): 2015 (1): Vienna (IH). Madrid 1-2 — 1R 2R — —
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (3). Rome 0-2 — 1R 1R — —
Canada 0-3 1R 1R 1R — —
Cincinnati 5-3 1R QF — 3R —
Shanghai 5-4 3R 2R 2R 2R —
Paris 1-2 1R 2R — — —

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IVO KARLOVIC CRO
www.ivo-karlovic.com @ivokarlovic @ivokarlovic
BORN: 28 February 1979, Zagreb, Croatia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 2.11m (6'11") / 104kg (230lbs)
RESIDENCE: Miami, FL, USA; Grand Bahama PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 346-307 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $8,790,533
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 21-57 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 14 (18 August 2008)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 8-16 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 44 (10 April 2006)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (8): 2016 (2): Los Cabos fan of Miami Heat (NBA)
PRIZE MONEY: $670,230 (H), Newport (G); 2015 (1): Delray > Ambassador for ACEing Autism,
W-L: 15-20 (singles) Beach (H); 2013 (1): Bogota (H); which provides meaningful
SINGLES F (1): 's-Hertogenbosch 2008 (1): Nottingham (G); 2007 (3): benefits to children with autism
QF (3): Doha, Budapest, Newport Stockholm (IH), Nottingham (G), by utilising unique tennis
Houston (CL). FINALIST (10): 2017 (1): programmes. ACEing Autism
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 's-Hertogenbosch (G); 2016 (1): was awarded an ATP ACES For
> F inished 15 straight seasons in Washington (H); 2015 (1): Newport Charity grant for $15,000 in 2016
Top 100 (2003-17), highlighted (G); 2014 (4): Bogota (H), Newport > Wife, Alsi (married 29 March
by 1st Top 20 finish in 2016. (G), Dusseldorf (CL), Memphis (IH); 2005); daughter, Jada Valentina
Became oldest Top 20 player 2010 (1): Delray Beach (H); 2007 (1): (born 15 September 2011); son,
since Rosewall, 43, on 31 July San Jose (IH); 2005 (1): London/ Noah (born 14 August 2017)
1978. Tallest Top 100 player in Queen's Club (G). Coached by Mirko Pehar.
> 
history of ATP Rankings (since CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (1). Fitness trainer is Slaven Hrvoj.
1973). Achieved career-high > Underwent left Achilles surgery
No. 14 on 18 August 2008 after PERSONAL in 2010, falling to No. 239 on 7
reaching ATP Masters 1000 > Began playing tennis at age 6 March 2011. After returning to
Cincinnati SF. > Father, Vlado, is a meteorologist; Top 40, fell to No. 167 on 8 July
> C aptured 2 of his 8 titles in 2016 mother, Gordana, works in 2013 following right foot injury
at age 37 to become oldest ATP agriculture; sister, Ana and viral meningitis.
champion since Riessen, 37, at > Wears size 17 shoes.
1979 Lafayette. Won titles in > Enjoys movies and basketball,
2007 on clay (Houston), grass
(Nottingham) and hard
(Stockholm). Played 714 TBs YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
(360-354) in 653 matches (346- 2017: 80 (15-20) 2011: 56 (16-21) 2005: 72 (17-23) 1999: 602 (0-0)
307). Earned 300th victory over 2016: 20 (32-24) 2010: 73 (17-9) 2004: 59 (18-26) 1998: 681 (0-0)
Lajovic in 2016 Istanbul 2R. 2015: 23 (38-25) 2009: 37 (23-23) 2003: 74 (9-7) 1997: T1343 (0-0)
> Hit 12,302 aces entering 2018, 2014: 27 (36-28) 2008: 25 (31-26) 2002: 175 (1-4)
most since stats started being 2013: 77 (15-13) 2007: 22 (43-21) 2001: 231 (0-1)
kept in 1991. Holds single- 2012: 97 (16-17) 2006: 99 (17-19) 2000: 299 (2-0)
match ace records for ATP
World Tour (45), Australian GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 47-53)
Open (75), Roland Garros (55), W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03
US Open (61) and Davis Cup Aus. Open 12-14 3R 1R 2R 1R 1R 3R 1R 4R 2R 3R 1R 1R 1R 2R —
(career-high 78). Roland Garros 7-12 2R 3R 1R 3R — 1R 1R — 1R 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R —
> A dvanced to 1st Grand Slam QF Wimbledon 15-13 1R 2R 4R 1R — 2R 2R — QF 1R 1R 1R 1R 4R 3R
at 2009 Wimbledon. At 2016 US US Open 13-14 1R 4R 2R 2R 2R 1R 3R — 1R 3R 1R 1R 2R 1R 3R
Open, became oldest player to
reach Grand Slam 4R since ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 60-77)
Connors, 38, at 1991 US Open. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
Upset Hewitt in Grand Slam Indian Wells 10-12 2R — 2R 2R 2R 1R QF 2R 3R 3R — 2R 2R 1R
debut as 203rd-ranked Q at Miami 4-12 3R — 2R 2R — 2R 1R 3R 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R
2003 Wimbledon, marking only Monte-Carlo 2-6 — 1R — 1R — — — — 2R 2R — 1R 1R —
1R loss by defending Madrid 10-11 2R 1R 1R — — 1R 1R 2R 2R QF 3R — QF 1R
Wimbledon champion in Open Rome 6-6 — 1R — 2R — — 1R — 2R 3R — — — 3R
Era. Canada 8-8 — 3R 3R 2R — — 3R — 1R — 2R — 1R 1R
> Defeated No. 1 Federer en Cincinnati 12-9 3R 1R 3R 1R — — 2R — 2R SF 1R — — 3R
route to 2008 ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai 3-5 1R 1R 2R 3R — — — — 1R — — — — —
Cincinnati SF. Also beat No. 1 Paris 3-6 — 2R 1R 1R — — — — 2R 1R 2R — — —
Djokovic in 2015 Doha QF. Hamburg: 2-2 (3R - 2008; 1R - 2005)

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BLAZ KAVCIC SLO
www.blazkavcic.com @blaz_kavcic Blaz Kavcic
BORN: 5 March 1987, Ljubljana, Slovenia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 78kg (172lbs)
RESIDENCE: Dubai, UAE PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 55-80 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,719,516
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-11 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 68 (6 August 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 2-4 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 178 (14 May 2012)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL and European dance champion


PRIZE MONEY: $175,023 > Began playing tennis at age 4 > Hobbies include playing golf,
W-L: 1-2 (singles), 1-2 (doubles) > Grandfather, Ludvik, was alpine listening to music and going to
CHALLENGER: 50-20 (singles), 7-6 skier at 1956 Winter Olympics the movies
(doubles) > Began playing tennis with Idol growing up was Pete
> 
encouragement of grandfather, Sampras for his serve-and-
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS who was inspired by tennis after volley game
> A chieved career-high No. 68 retiring from skiing In 2006, played an exhibition
> 
on 6 August 2012 after reaching > Mother, Bojana, and father, match with Stefan Edberg in
London Olympics 2R. Fell as Aleksander, were also pro skiers home town of Ljubljana
low as No. 452 on 11 July 2016 > Bojana was 3-time national slalom > C oached by Miha Mlakar
before reaching Winnipeg, champion and participated in 1978 > Underwent right foot surgery
CAN Challenger final. Broke and 1982 World Championships on 12 January 2016
back into Top 100 on 17 July > Younger sister, Masa, is a national
2017.
> Four-time ATP World Tour
quarter-finalist: 2011 Chennai, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
2011 Belgrade, 2011 Bastad and 2017: 97 (1-2) 2013: 106 (11-15) 2009: 125 (3-2) 2005: T897 (0-0)
2013 Zagreb. 2016: 220 (0-0) 2012: 92 (6-15) 2008: 260 (3-3)
> Advanced to Grand Slam 3R at 2015: 151 (3-10) 2011: 92 (13-18) 2007: 440 (0-0)
2013 Australian Open and 2014 2014: 105 (7-7) 2010: 112 (7-8) 2006: 493 (1-0)
US Open. Owns 1-26 record
against Top 35 opponents, GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 12-19)
posting biggest win of career W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
over No. 33 Bellucci in 2013 Aus. Open 5-6 — — 1R 2R 3R 2R 2R 1R
Australian Open 1R. Roland Garros 4-5 — — 1R — 2R 2R 2R 2R
> L ed ATP Challenger Tour with Wimbledon 1-5 — — 2R — 1R 1R 1R 1R
50 wins in 2017, highlighted by US Open 2-3 1R — — 3R — 1R 1R —
titles at Winnipeg, CAN and
Granby, CAN. Only tour-level ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-3)
win of season came over No. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
885 Catarina in Davis Cup Indian Wells 0-0 — — — — — — —
Group II tie. Miami 0-2 — — — — 1R — 1R
> Boasts 276-151 ATP Challenger Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — — — — —
Tour record overall (16-11 in Madrid 0-0 — — — — — — —
finals). Rome 0-1 — — — — — 1R —
Canada 0-0 — — — — — — —
Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — — — —
Shanghai 0-0 — — — — — — —
Paris 0-0 — — — — — — —

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KAREN KHACHANOV RUS
@karenkhachanov @karenkhachanov
BORN: 21 May 1996, Moscow, Russia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.98m (6'6") / 88kg (194lbs)
RESIDENCE: Dubai, UAE PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 43-46 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,848,679
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 2-6 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 29 (21 August 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-1 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 118 (13 November 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS high level before studying Safin and Juan Martin del Potro
PRIZE MONEY: $1,258,619 medicine; mother, Natalia, also > Hobbies include basketball,
W-L: 26-31 (singles), 8-12 (doubles) studied medicine; sister, Margarita; football, listening to music (hip-
SINGLES SF (1): Halle brother, Georgiy hop) and hanging out with friends
QF (4): Barcelona, Lyon, Bastad, Attended Sozvezdie secondary
>  > Favourite sports teams are
Hamburg school in Moscow and is nearing Real Madrid (football) and
graduation from the University Miami Heat (basketball)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS of Physical Education in Moscow > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
> Achieved career-high ranking 10 Favourite surfaces are slow
>  would like to have been a
times in 2017, peaking at No. 29 indoor hard and clay basketball player or a sports
on 21 August after advancing to > Favourite shot is serve manager/agent
ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati 3R. > Idols growing up were Marat
Improved year-end ranking in 4
straight seasons (2014-17).
> Qualified for inaugural Next Gen YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
ATP Finals in 2017 (d. Donaldson, 2017: 45 (26-31) 2015: 152 (0-1) 2013: 442 (4-2)
l. to Medvedev and Coric in RR). 2016: 53 (13-9) 2014: 374 (0-3)
> Defeated Troicki in 1st ATP World
Tour SF and Ramos-Vinolas in GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 7-5)
1st final to win 2016 Chengdu W-L 18 17 16
title. Advanced to 1st QF at 2013 Aus. Open 1-1 2R —
Moscow as 17-year-old WC. Roland Garros 3-1 4R —
> Earned 1st Top 10 wins over Wimbledon 2-1 3R —
No. 10 Goffin in 2017 Barcelona US Open 1-2 1R 2R
3R and No. 9 Nishikori in 2017
Halle 2R. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 4-9)
> Reached Grand Slam 3R and 4R W-L 18 17 16 15 14
for 1st time at 2017 Roland Indian Wells 1-1 2R — — —
Garros. Also advanced to 2017 Miami 0-2 1R — — 1R
Wimbledon 3R. Monte-Carlo 1-1 2R — — —
Madrid 0-1 1R — — —
CAREER TITLES (1): 2016(1): Chengdu (H). Rome 0-0 — — — —
Canada 0-1 1R — — —
PERSONAL Cincinnati 2-1 3R — — —
> Nickname is "Djan" Shanghai 0-1 1R — — —
> Started playing tennis at age 3 Paris 0-1 1R — — —
at kindergarten when his
parents put him into the tennis NEXT GEN ATP FINALS
group Career 17
> Father, Abgar, played volleyball at a 1-2 RR

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NICOLAS KICKER ARG
@KickerNico @nicolaskicker
BORN: 16 August 1992, Merlo, Argentina HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.78m (5'10") / 75kg (165lbs)
RESIDENCE: Merlo, Argentina PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 11-15 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $560,301
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 78 (12 June 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 215 (9 May 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Owns records of 11-15 on ATP US Open


PRIZE MONEY: $372,933 World Tour (11-10 on clay), 78-53 at Favourite player growing up
> 
W-L: 10-13 (singles), 0-2 (doubles) Challengers (all on clay) and 128- was Roger Federer
SINGLES QF (3): Rio de Janeiro, Lyon, 74 at Futures (128-73 on clay). Likes to listen to music and
> 
Hamburg watch TV shows like Prison
PERSONAL Break and Breaking Bad
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Began playing tennis at age 4 If he didn't play tennis, he
> 
> Achieved career-high ranking 8 thanks to his father would play football
times in 2017, peaking at No. 78 > Father, Ricardo, is a tennis teacher; Favourite football team is
> 
on 12 June after Roland Garros mother, Mariana Villaverde, is an Velez Sarsfield
1R win. Improved year-end economics teacher; sisters, > A dmires Diego Maradona
ranking in 6 straight seasons Priscilla, Victoria and Lucia > Son, Bastian (born 13 November
(2012-17). > Favourite surface is hard, shot 2012)
> Reached 1st 3 ATP World Tour is backhand and tournament is > Coached by Juan Pablo Gandara
QFs in 2017 at Rio de Janeiro as
Q, Lyon and Hamburg. In only
match vs. Top 20 opponent, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
defeated No. 19 Kyrgios in Lyon 2017: 95 (10-13) 2015: 179 (0-0) 2013: 533 (0-0) 2011: T1627 (0-0)
2R. 2016: 110 (1-2) 2014: 326 (0-0) 2012: 711 (0-0) 2010: T1373 (0-0)
> Defeated Dzumhur in Grand
Slam main draw debut at 2017 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 1-3)
Roland Garros. W-L 18 17
> Won ATP Challenger Tour titles Aus. Open 0-0 —
at 2016 Perugia, ITA; 2016 Roland Garros 1-1 2R
Guayaquil, ECU and 2017 Buenos Wimbledon 0-1 1R
Aires, ARG. US Open 0-1 1R

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PHILIPP KOHLSCHREIBER GER
@Kohlscribbler @PhilippKohlschreiber.Official
BORN: 16 October 1983, Augsburg, Germany HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.78m (5'10") / 70kg (154lbs)
RESIDENCE: Kitzbuhel, Austria PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 423-322 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $10,736,926
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 22-86 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 16 (30 July 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 16-11 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 51 (10 November 2008)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (8): 2017 (1): Kitzbuhel > Father, Gerhard, used to operate
PRIZE MONEY: $1,210,571 (CL); 2016 (1): Munich (CL); 2015 (1): a petrol station; mother, Maria,
W-L: 32-19 (singles), 0-6 (doubles) Kitzbuhel (CL); 2014 (1): Dusseldorf is a kindergarten teacher;
SINGLES TITLES (1): Kitzbuhel (CL); 2012 (1): Munich (CL); 2011 (1): sisters, Sandra and Gerlinde
F (1): Marrakech Halle (G); 2008 (1): Auckland (H); Enjoys playing golf, driving
> 
SF (2): Hamburg, Vienna 2007 (1): Munich (CL). FINALIST (9): cars, swimming and playing
QF (3): Sydney, Dubai, Stuttgart 2017 (1): Marrakech (CL); 2016 (1): with his dogs
Stuttgart (G); 2015 (1): Munich (CL); > Favourite movie is "Lord of the
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 2013 (3): Stuttgart (CL), Munich (CL), Rings"
> Ended 11 straight seasons in Top Auckland (H); 2012 (1): Kitzbuhel > Follows football and hockey, and
50 (2007-17), achieving career- (CL); 2009 (1): Metz (IH); 2008 (1): is a fan of FC Bayern Munich
high No. 16 on 20 July 2012 after Halle (G). > Trains at TennisBase Oberhaching
reaching Kitzbuhel final. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (7). FINALIST (3). in Munich
> Captured 5 of 8 titles in his native Coach by former ATP pro
> 
Germany: 2007 Munich, 2011 PERSONAL Markus Hipfl. Fitness coach is
Halle, 2012 Munich, 2014 > Full name is Philipp Eberhard Carlo Thranhardt, a former
Dusseldorf and 2016 Munich. Hermann Kohlschreiber German high jumper.
Boasts 116-61 record in > Began playing tennis at age 4
Germany (.655) and 307-261
elsewhere (.540), securing
biggest win of career over No. 2 YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Nadal in 2012 Halle QF. Ranks 2017: 29 (32-19) 2012: 20 (42-24) 2007: 32 (33-27) 2002: 268 (0-3)
3rd among Germans in Open Era 2016: 32 (32-21) 2011: 43 (31-27) 2006: 60 (24-20) 2001: 764 (0-0)
with 423 victories (Becker 713, 2015: 34 (32-23) 2010: 34 (37-24) 2005: 93 (12-25) 2000: T1334 (0-0)
Haas 569). 2014: 24 (37-25) 2009: 27 (40-25) 2004: 92 (6-10) 1999: T1302 (0-0)
> Earned 30+ wins in 11 straight 2013: 22 (32-25) 2008: 28 (32-21) 2003: 209 (1-3)
seasons (2007-17) -- 4th-longest
active streak (Nadal 14, Berdych GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 65-53)
13, Djokovic 12). Celebrated W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03
400th victory in 2017 ATP Aus. Open 20-12 3R 1R 2R — 3R 4R 2R 3R 2R 4R 2R 2R 4R — —
Masters Indian Wells 2R (d. Roland Garros 13-13 1R 1R 2R 3R 4R 2R 1R 3R 4R 1R 2R 2R 1R — —
Dolgopolov). Wimbledon 11-13 1R 1R 1R 2R 1R QF 1R 3R 3R 1R 1R 3R 1R — —
> Owns 1-9 record in Grand Slam US Open 21-15 4R 1R 3R 4R 4R 4R 1R 2R 3R 2R 3R 1R 1R 2R 1R
4R, reaching R16 at all 4 majors
and QF at 2012 Wimbledon. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 70-78)
Enjoyed 3R wins over Isner at W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
2012, 2013 and 2014 US Open. Indian Wells 14-11 3R 3R 3R 2R 2R 2R 4R 3R 4R 3R 2R 3R —
> Advanced to ATP Masters 1000 Miami 3-9 3R — — 2R 2R 3R 2R 3R 1R 2R — — 1R
QFs at 2007 Monte-Carlo, 2008 Monte-Carlo 16-10 — 2R 2R 2R 3R 2R 2R QF 2R 3R QF — —
Cincinnati, 2010 Monte-Carlo Madrid 4-7 1R 1R 2R 1R — 1R — 1R 3R 2R — — —
and 2010 Toronto. Rome 9-7 — 2R 2R 3R 3R 1R 2R 2R 2R — — — —
Canada 5-8 — — — 1R 1R 3R 1R QF 2R 1R 1R — —
Cincinnati 10-8 — — 1R 2R 2R 1R 3R 3R 1R QF 2R — —
Shanghai 2-5 — 1R — — 2R 2R — 1R 1R — — — —
Paris 6-8 — 1R — 2R 3R 1R 2R 1R 1R 3R — — —
Hamburg: 1-5 (2R - 2007; 1R - 2008, 2006, 2005, 2002)

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HENRI KONTINEN FIN
www.henrikontinen.com @henrikontinen @kontinenhenri @henrikontinen
BORN: 19 June 1990, Helsinki, Finland HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 82kg (180lbs)
RESIDENCE: Tallinn, Estonia PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 152-77 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 220 (18 October 2010)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,388,318 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 1 (3 April 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Peaked at No. 4 in junior rankings Zagreb (IH) (all w/Draganja); 2014
PRIZE MONEY: $1,159,560 on 8 September 2008. Went 62- (1): Kitzbuhel (CL) (w/Nieminen).
W-L: 43-17 (doubles) 39 in singles and 70-31 in FINALIST (4).
DOUBLES TITLES (5): Australian Open, doubles on ITF Junior Circuit,
Washington, Beijing, Shanghai, including 2 singles wins over PERSONAL
ATP Finals Goffin. Reached 3 Grand Slam > Nicknamed "Henkka"
SF (4): Dubai, Rome, Wimbledon, junior finals in 2008, winning > Began playing tennis at age 3
US Open (all w/Peers) Roland Garros doubles title w/ > Father, Pentti; mother, Marja;
Rungkat before falling in sister, Sanna; brother, Micke, also
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Wimbledon singles final (l. to plays tennis
> Became 50th player overall and Dimitrov) and US Open doubles > Favourite surface is grass and
1st from Finland to reach No. 1 in final w/Rungkat. shot is serve
doubles on 3 April 2017. > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
Improved year-end doubles CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (18): 2017 (5): would do something with music
ranking in 5 straight seasons ATP Finals (IH), Shanghai (H), > Favourite sports team is HIFK,
(2013-17). Finished 2017 at year- Beijing (H), Washington (H), an ice hockey team in Helsinki,
end high No. 3 in doubles and No. Australian Open (H) (all w/Peers); and he follows NHL closely
2 in team rankings w/Peers. 2016 (7): ATP Finals (IH), Paris (IH) > Speaks Finnish, Swedish and
> Owns 18-4 record in doubles (both w/Peers), St. Petersburg (IH) English
finals, including 7 straight wins (w/Inglot), Winston-Salem (H) (w/ > Has trained in Uppsala, Sweden;
in finals w/Peers. Captured Garcia-Lopez), Hamburg (CL), Prague, Czech Republic and
back-to-back Nitto ATP Finals Munich (CL), Brisbane (H) (all w/ Bradenton, FL, USA
titles w/Peers in 2016 and 2017. Peers); 2016 (5): Kuala Lumpur (IH), > Coached by 2012 Wimbledon
First team to successfully St. Petersburg (IH) (both w/Huey), doubles champion Jonathan
defend title since Bryan/Bryan in Barcelona (CL), Marseille (CL), Marray
2004. Led all players with 7 titles
and 52 wins in 2016. Boasts 3-0
record vs. Bryan/Bryan, posting YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
straight-set wins w/Peers in 2017: 3 (43-17) 2014: 46 (19-13) 2011: 775 (1-0) 2008: 590 (1-1)
2016 ATP Masters 1000 Paris QF, 2016: 7 (52-20) 2013: 129 (2-1) 2010: 279 (1-2) 2007: T701 (0-0)
2016 Nitto ATP Finals SF and 2015: 31 (31-21) 2012: T1347 (0-0) 2009: 248 (2-2)
2017 Australian Open final.
> Captured 2017 Australian Open GRAND SLAM DOUBLES HISTORY (1 title)
men's doubles title w/Peers and Aus. Open W - 2017 (w/Peers)
2016 Wimbledon mixed doubles Wimbledon Mixed: W - 2016 (w/Watson)
title w/Watson to become 1st
Finnish Grand Slam champion in NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
each event. Returned to Career 18 17 16
Wimbledon mixed doubles final 9-1 W W (both w/Peers)
w/Watson in 2017.
> Won ATP Masters 1000 titles w/ ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)
Peers at 2016 Paris and 2017 Shanghai W - 2017, F - 2016 (both w/Peers)
Shanghai. Also advanced to 2016 Paris W - 2016 (w/Peers)
Shanghai final w/Peers.

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STEFAN KOZLOV USA
@stefankozlov @Stefankoz98 @stefankozlov
BORN: 1 February 1998, Skopje, Macedonia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 79kg (174lbs)
RESIDENCE: Pembroke Pines, FL, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 5-15 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $387,296
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 115 (20 February 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 180 (19 June 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Tiafoe, Tsitsipas and A. Zverev. Favourite


>  tournament is
PRIZE MONEY: $182,956 Grand Slam junior runner-up in Wimbledon
W-L: 2-9 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) 2014 Australian Open singles, > Idols growing up were Roger
2014 Wimbledon singles and Federer and Andre Agassi
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 2014 Wimbledon doubles w/ > Enjoys being outdoors, playing
> Achieved career-high No. 115 on Rublev. American football and hanging
20 February 2017 after reaching out with friends
Tempe, USA Challenger QF. PERSONAL > Favourite sports team is Miami
Broke into Top 200 on 2 May 2016 > Nicknamed "Koz" Dolphins (NFL)
after reaching Tallahassee, USA > Began playing tennis at age 5 Splits time training in Florida
> 
Challenger QF. Earned 1st with his parents between USTA National Campus
ranking point as 14-year-old on 6 > Father, Andrei, owns a tennis and Kozlov Miami Tennis
August 2012 following run to academy in Pembroke Pines; Academy (run by father)
Godfrey, USA Futures QF. mother, Larissa Kossareva, helps Coached by his father and
> 
> Made ATP World Tour debut at out with the academy; brother, Stanford Boster
2013 Newport as 15-year-old Boris, also plays tennis
WC (l. to Przysiezny). Remains > Speaks English, Russian, Serbian
youngest participant in ATP and some Spanish
match since Behr, 14, at 1990 > Favourite surface is clay and
Tel Aviv. Earned all 5 career shot is forehand
wins on grass, including 2 over
countryman Johnson.
> Yet to play in a Grand Slam main YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
draw, posting 3-9 record in 2017: 167 (2-9) 2015: 353 (0-2) 2013: T1168 (0-1)
qualifying matches. 2016: 116 (3-2) 2014: 467 (0-1) 2012: T1387 (0-0)
> Captured Challenger titles at
2016 Columbus, USA and 2017 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-2)
Las Vegas, USA. Lost to Querrey W-L 18 17
in 1st Challenger final at 2014 Indian Wells 0-1 1R
Sacramento, USA as 16-year- Miami 0-0 —
old WC. Monte-Carlo 0-0 —
> Peaked at No. 2 in junior rankings Madrid 0-0 —
on 27 January 2014. Posted 105- Rome 0-0 —
37 record on ITF Junior Circuit Canada 0-0 —
from age 13-16 with wins over Cincinnati 0-1 1R
fellow #NextGenATP players Shanghai 0-0 —
Lee, Opelka, Rublev, Santillan, Paris 0-0 —

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FILIP KRAJINOVIC SRB
@krajinovic_filip
BORN: 27 February 1992, Sombor, Serbia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 75kg (165lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 21-32 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,346,124
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-3 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 33 (6 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 300 (27 April 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL his friends at PlayStation


PRIZE MONEY: $608,748 > Began playing tennis at age 5 Follows
>  all sports and
W-L: 5-2 (singles), 0-2 (doubles) Father,
>  Stipan, was a particularly football. Big fan of
CHALLENGER: 47-15 (singles), 4-4 veterinarian; mother, Vera; Red Star Belgrade.
(doubles) brother, Damir; sister, Katarina Favourite holiday spot is
> 
SINGLES F (1): Paris > Moved to Bradenton, Florida, anywhere in the mountains.
and trained at IMG Academy Enjoys the snow and hiking.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS from age 13 to 19 > C oached by Petar Popovic
> Rose from No. 294 on 15 May > Trained with Mario Ancic and Underwent right shoulder
> 
2017 to career-high No. 33 on 6 his brother, Ivica, on various surgery on 14 July 2011 and
November 2017 after reaching occasions in 2009-10 right wrist surgery in 2016 to
ATP Masters 1000 Paris final. > Favourite shot is forehand remove extra bone
Earned 1st Top 50 and Top 100 > Favourite surface is clay
finish in 2017 after ending 2014 > When not on tour, really enjoys
and 2015 at No. 101. playing football and challenging
> Reached 1st ATP World Tour final
at 2017 ATP Masters 1000 Paris
as 77th-ranked Q. Became 1st YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
qualifier to reach an ATP Masters 2017: 34 (5-2) 2014: 101 (7-4) 2011: T1404 (0-0) 2008: 901 (0-0)
1000 final since Janowicz at 2012 2016: 237 (1-4) 2013: 226 (0-1) 2010: 213 (3-5)
Paris and lowest-ranked ATP 2015: 101 (4-13) 2012: 416 (1-2) 2009: 356 (0-1)
Masters 1000 finalist since No.
98 Fish at 2008 Indian Wells. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 1-7)
> Advanced to 1st ATP World Tour W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
QF and SF with 1st 3 career wins Aus. Open 0-2 — 1R 1R — — —
at 2010 Belgrade. As 18-year-old Roland Garros 0-2 — — 1R — — 1R
WC ranked 319th, defeated No. 2 Wimbledon 0-1 — — 1R — — —
Djokovic 64 ret in QF. Remains US Open 1-2 — — 2R 1R — —
youngest player to beat Top 2
opponent since Nadal, 17, ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-5)
defeated No. 1 Federer in 2004 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
ATP Masters 1000 Miami 3R. Indian Wells 0-1 — — 1R — — — — —
> Posted 1st Grand Slam win at Miami 1-2 — — 2R — — — — 1R
2015 US Open, defeating A. Monte-Carlo 0-1 — 1R — — — — — —
Gonzalez in 1R. Madrid 0-0 — — — — — — — —
> Owns ATP Challenger Tour Rome 0-0 — — — — — — — —
record of 157-89 (9-6 in finals). Canada 0-0 — — — — — — — —
Went 47-15 at Challengers in Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — — — — —
2017, including 40-10 on clay and Shanghai 0-0 — — — — — — — —
5-0 in finals with titles at Paris 4-1 F — — — — — — —
Heilbronn, GER as Q; Marburg,
GER; Biella, ITA; Rome, ITA and
Almaty, KAZ.

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LUKASZ KUBOT POL
www.lukasz-kubot.com Lukasz Kubot @lukaszkubot
BORN: 16 May 1982, Boleslawiec, Poland HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 86kg (190lbs)
RESIDENCE: Lubin, Poland PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 304-206 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 41 (12 April 2010)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $6,449,184 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 2 (6 November 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER FINALIST (2). PERSONAL


PRIZE MONEY: $1,366,800 CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (20): 2017 (6): > Began playing at age 9
W-L: 51-21 (doubles) Paris (IH); Wimbledon (G), Halle (G), Father, Janusz, is a football
> 
DOUBLES TITLES (6): Miami, Madrid, 's-Hertogenbosch (G), Madrid (CL), coach; mother, Dorota; sister,
's-Hertogenbosch, Halle, Miami (H) (all w/Melo); 2016 (1): Paulina
Wimbledon, Paris Vienna (IH) (w/Melo); 2015 (4): > Strengths of game are serve,
F (4): Indian Wells, Washington, Vienna (IH) (w/Melo); Metz (IH) (w/ return and forehand
Shanghai, ATP Finals Roger-Vasselin), Bastad (CL) (w/ Favourite surfaces are clay
> 
SF (1): Cincinnati (all w/Melo) Chardy), 's-Hertogenbosch (G) (w/ and slow hard courts
Karlovic); 2014 (1): Australian > Idols growing up were Yevgeny
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Open (H) (w/Lindstedt); 2013 (1): Kafelnikov, Stefan Edberg and
> Finished 2017 at No. 1 in team Acapulco (CL) (w/Marrero); 2012 Jonas Bjorkman
rankings w/Melo and career- (1): Stuttgart (CL) (w/Chardy); 2010 > In July 2013, was awarded the
high No. 2 in doubles rankings. (3): Bucharest (CL) (w/Chela), Gold Cross of Merit by Polish
Ended year with same points Acapulco (CL), Santiago (CL) (both President Bronislaw Komorowski
total as Melo, but lost tiebreaker w/Marach); 2009 (3): Vienna (IH), > C oached by Jan Stoces. Fitness
because he played 1 more Belgrade (CL), Casablanca (CL) (all trainer is Ivan Machytka.
tournament during season. w/Marach). FINALIST (14).
> Advanced to final of 2017 Nitto
ATP Finals w/Melo. Also
qualified in 2009 and 2010 w/ YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Marach, as well as 2014 w/ 2017: 2 (51-21) 2012: 39 (22-19) 2007: 45 (16-10) 2002: T928 (0-1)
Lindstedt. 2016: 24 (36-25) 2011: 53 (13-21) 2006: 65 (9-9) 2001: 441 (1-1)
> Captured 20 doubles titles with 8 2015: 29 (33-14) 2010: 10 (38-24) 2005: 138 (2-1) 2000: 812 (0-0)
different partners, winning 2014: 18 (20-18) 2009: 12 (42-21) 2004: 135 (1-2)
career-best 6 titles in 2017 w/ 2013: 37 (19-17) 2008: 75 (1-2) 2003: 180 (0-0)
Melo. Earned 49 of his career-
high 51 victories in 2017 w/Melo, GRAND SLAM DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)
highlighted by 14-0 run on grass. Aus. Open W - 2014 (w/Lindstedt)
Enjoyed 300th win in 2017 ATP Wimbledon W - 2017 (w/Melo)
Masters 1000 Paris SF w/Melo
(d. J. Murray/Soares). NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
> Won Grand Slam titles at 2014 Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09
Australian Open w/Lindstedt 9-6 F — — SF — — — RR RR
and 2017 Wimbledon w/Melo. (2017 w/Melo ; 2014 w/Lindstedt; 2009-10 w/Marach)
Earned 4 victories in 5 sets en
route to Wimbledon title, ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 DOUBLES HISTORY (3 titles)
including wins over Petzschner/ Indian Wells F - 2017 (w/Melo)
Peya 11-9 in 5th, Kontinen/Peers Miami W - 2017 (w/Melo)
97 in 5th and Marach/Pavic 13-11 Madrid W - 2017 (w/Melo)
in 5th. Teamed w/Melo for 1st 3 Rome F - 2012 (w/Tipsarevic)
ATP Masters 1000 titles in 2017 Shanghai F - 2017 (w/Melo)
at Miami, Madrid and Paris. Paris W - 2017 (w/Melo)
> Peaked at No. 41 in singles on
12 April 2010. Reached singles
finals at 2009 Belgrade as LL
and 2010 Sao Paulo. Lost to
countryman Janowicz in 2013
Wimbledon QF, marking 1st
time 2 Poles reached a Grand
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MIKHAIL KUKUSHKIN KAZ
@kukushkin_mikhail
BORN: 26 December 1987, Volgograd, Russia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 72kg (159lbs)
RESIDENCE: Astana, Kazakhstan PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 117-151 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $3,663,017
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 2-29 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 46 (5 October 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 7-7 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 114 (27 February 2012)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (1): 2010(1):St.Petersburg whom he's worked with since
PRIZE MONEY: $531,828 (IH).FINALIST (2): 2015 (1): Sydney (H); May 2009
W-L: 13-14 (singles), 1-3 (doubles) 2013 (1): Moscow (IH). > Underwent left hip surgery on 25
SINGLES SF (1): Memphis September 2012 and right hip
PERSONAL surgery on 8 October 2012
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Began playing tennis at age 6
> Finished 7 of last 8 seasons in with father, Alexander, who
Top 100 (2010-11, 2013-17), coached him until age 17
achieving career-high No. 46 on > Mother, Tatiana; sister, Ekaterina
5 October 2015 after reaching > Moved to Kazakhstan in 2008
Kuala Lumpur QF. Fell as low as > L ikes to play on hard courts
No. 324 on 10 June 2013 before > Best shots are groundstrokes
reaching finals at Moscow and 5 > Likes movies and reading Russian
Challengers to end season at No. books
67. > Married to coach Anastasia
> Won 1st ATP World Tour title at Kukushkina (19 November 2011),
2010 St. Petersburg. Runner-up
at 2013 Moscow as Q and 2015
Sydney as Q. Sydney final was 1st YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
between qualifiers in ATP 2017: 74 (13-14) 2013: 67 (6-6) 2009: 132 (7-7) 2005: T1523 (0-0)
history (l. to Troicki). Earned 2016: 89 (13-21) 2012: 106 (12-15) 2008: 149 (4-4)
biggest win of career in 2014 2015: 65 (19-24) 2011: 91 (10-24) 2007: 203 (0-1)
Basel 1R over No. 4 Wawrinka. 2014: 70 (16-27) 2010: 59 (17-8) 2006: 767 (0-0)
> Advanced to 1st Grand Slam 4R
at 2012 Australian Open GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 18-26)
following 5-set wins over Troicki W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
and Monfils. Reached 3R at US Aus. Open 3-7 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R 4R 1R —
Open in 2013 as Q, 2015 and 2017 Roland Garros 4-6 2R 1R 1R 2R — 2R 2R —
as Q, as well as at Wimbledon in Wimbledon 4-5 2R 2R 1R 3R — 1R 1R —
2014. US Open 7-8 3R 1R 3R 1R 3R 1R 2R 1R
> Reached R16 at 2 ATP Masters
1000 events: 2012 Monte-Carlo ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 17-20)
as Q and 2014 Shanghai. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09
Qualified 6 times overall at ATP Indian Wells 4-5 2R 2R 1R 3R — — 1R — —
Masters 1000 events, most Miami 6-7 2R 3R 2R 1R — 1R 2R — 2R
recently at Miami and Madrid in Monte-Carlo 2-2 — — 1R — — 3R — — —
2017. Madrid 0-1 1R — — — — — — — —
> Owns 168-77 record on ATP Rome 2-2 — 2R — 2R — — — — —
Challenger Tour (13-7 in finals), Canada 1-1 — — — — — 2R — — —
including back-to-back titles in Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — — — — — —
2016 at Prostejov, CZE and Shanghai 2-2 — — — 3R — — 1R — —
Moscow, RUS. Paris 0-0 — — — — — — — — —

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SOONWOO KWON KOR
@kwon_soon_woo
BORN: 2 December 1997, Sangju, South Korea HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.80m (5'11") / 72kg (159lbs)
RESIDENCE: Seoul, South Korea PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 3-1 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $105,050
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 168 (27 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 329 (16 October 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Enjoyed 27-17 campaign on ATP player; mother Eunmi; sisters,
PRIZE MONEY: $68,090 Challenger Tour in 2017, Hakyung and Sookyung. Big
W-L: 3-1 (singles) highlighted by 1st 2 finals at sister Hakyung is 2015 Miss
CHALLENGER: 27-17 (singles), 7-9 Yokohama, JPN as Q and Seoul, Korea (Gyeongbuk Province).
(doubles) KOR. > Born in a small town, Sangju,
> Went 45-19 on ITF Futures famous for dried persimmons
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Circuit from 2014-16, including > Wanted to be a football player
> Ended 2017 season at career- 5-0 record in finals. until he started tennis
high No. 168. Broke into Top 200 on > Peaked at No. 46 in junior > Moved to Seoul at age 16, where
22 May 2017 after reaching Busan, rankings on 30 March 2015. he went to high school with
KOR Challenger SF. Improved Played exclusively in Asia and fellow ATP player Duckhee Lee
year-end ranking in 3 straight Australia on ITF Junior Circuit, > Enjoys going to the karaoke to
seasons (2015-17), jumping 900+ posting 68-27 record. Ended sing with friends on his days off
spots in 2015, 800+ spots in 2016 junior career on 12-match and > Favourite surface is hard and
and 100+ spots in 2017. 22-set winning streak. favourite shots are forehand
> Yet to play an ATP World Tour or down the line and drop shot
Grand Slam main draw match. PERSONAL > C oached by Yong-Il Yoon
All 3 tour-level wins came in > Began playing tennis at age 10
Davis Cup during 2017 season. Father, Younghun, teaches
> 
Earned 2018 Australian Open geography in high school and is
WC by winning Australian Open a talented amateur tennis
Asia-Pacific Wildcard Play-off in
Zhuhai, CHN. Said afterward: "I
want to play Roger Federer in the YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
first round." 2017: 168 (3-1) 2016: 286 (0-0) 2015: 1092 (0-0) 2014: T2024 (0-0)

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NICK KYRGIOS AUS
www.nickkyrgios.org @NickKyrgios @nkyrgios @k1ngkyrg1os
BORN: 27 April 1995, Canberra, Australia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.93m (6'4") / 85kg (187lbs)
RESIDENCE: Canberra, AUS / Nassau, BAH PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 106-62 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $5,514,920
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 14-21 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 13 (24 October 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 5-2 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 68 (19 June 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (3): 2016 (3): Tokyo (H), Celtics and favourite player
PRIZE MONEY: $1,925,500 Atlanta(H), Marseille (IH). FINALIST (3): Kevin Garnett.
W-L: 31-17 (singles), 13-7 (doubles) 2017 (2): Beijing(H), Cincinnati (H); > Idols growing up were Roger
SINGLES F (2): Cincinnati, Beijing 2015 (1): Estoril (CL). Federer, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga,
SF (3): Marseille, Acapulco, Miami LeBron James, Kevin Garnett
QF (1): Indian Wells PERSONAL and Michael Jordan
Full name is Nicholas Hilmy
>  Favourite tournaments are
> 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Kyrgios, nicknamed "Kygs" Wimbledon and US Open
> Finished 3 straight seasons in > Started playing tennis at age 6 > Regular supporter of the Elena
Top 30 (3015-17). Achieved new with his mother Baltacha Foundation and often
career-high ranking 7 times in > Father, George, is Greek and a initiates ideas at key
2016, peaking at No. 13 to end painter; mother, Norlaila, is from tournaments to help raise funds
season as youngest player in Top Malaysia and a retired computer Created his own Nick Kyrgios
> 
20. software engineer; brother, Foundation (NKF) in support of
> Won 1st 3 ATP World Tour titles in Christos; sister, Halimah under-privileged youth and
2016 at Marseille, Atlanta and Enjoys playing on all surfaces
>  giving all youth a sporting
Tokyo. Enjoyed career-high 39 and considers serve his best shot chance. The NKF website is
wins in 2016, including 6 vs. Top > Listens to a variety of music, NKFoundation.com.au.
10 players. One of 2 men to win but specifically likes Lil Wayne, > Splits his down time between his
1st meeting with Nadal, Federer Fetty Wap and Drake. When homes in Canberra and the
and Djokovic (also Hewitt). watching TV or movies, likes Bahamas, as well as Boca
> Defeated No. 1 Nadal to reach comedy and watches TV show Raton, where he enjoys training
2014 Wimbledon QF as 19-year- Family Guy. at Evert Tennis Academy
old WC ranked 144th. Youngest Enjoys watching and playing
>  Mentored
>  by Sebastien
player to beat No. 1 at a Grand basketball. Big NBA fan, Grosjean and Lleyton Hewitt.
Slam since Nadal at 2005 Roland favourite team is Boston Physiotheriapist is Will Maher.
Garros and lowest-ranked since
No. 193 Olhovskiy at 1992
Wimbledon. Saved 9 MPs vs. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Gasquet in 2R. Earned WC by 2017: 21 (31-17) 2015: 30 (24-19) 2013: 186 (2-2)
winning 2014 Nottingham, GBR 2016: 13 (39-15) 2014: 52 (10-9) 2012: T828 (0-0)
Challenger title. Also reached
2015 Australian Open QF after GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 27-18)
saving 1 MP vs. Seppi in 4R. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
> Beat No. 2 Nadal en route to Aus. Open 8-4 2R 3R QF 2R —
biggest final of career at 2017 Roland Garros 5-5 2R 3R 3R 1R 2R
ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati. Wimbledon 10-4 1R 4R 4R QF —
Also at ATP Masters 1000 level, US Open 4-5 1R 3R 1R 3R 1R
advanced to Miami SFs in 2016
and 2017. Lost to Federer in 3 TBs ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 34-19)
at 2017 Miami after beating him W-L 18 17 16 15 14
in 3 TBs at 2015 Madrid. Defeated Indian Wells 4-2 QF 2R 2R —
Djokovic for 2nd time in 2 weeks Miami 8-2 SF SF — —
to reach 2017 Indian Wells QF. Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — —
> Became World No. 1 junior on 21 Madrid 7-3 3R QF 3R —
January 2013. Won 2013 Rome 2-2 — 3R 1R —
Australian Open junior singles Canada 5-4 3R 1R 3R 2R
title and junior doubles titles at Cincinnati 6-3 F 2R 1R —
2012 Roland Garros w/Harris, Shanghai 2-3 1R 2R 2R —
2012 Wimbledon w/Harris and Paris 0-0 — — — —
2013 Wimbledon w/Kokkinakis.

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LUKAS LACKO SVK
www.lukas-lacko.com @lukilacko Lukas Lacko
BORN: 3 November 1987, Piestany, Slovakia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 85kg (188lbs)
RESIDENCE: Bratislava, Slovakia PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 85-128 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,780,502
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-18 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 44 (14 January 2013)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 7-7 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 170 (5 July 2010)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER FINALIST (1): 2012(1):Zagreb (IH). Fiancee, Simona; son, Lucas
> 
PRIZE MONEY: $ 323,589 CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). (born 19 May 2015)
W-L: 7-10 (singles) > C oached by Filip Havaj
SINGLES QF (1): Atlanta PERSONAL
> Began playing tennis at age 5
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > P arents, Ladislav and Dagmar,
> Finished 6 seasons in Top 100 are both teachers; sister,
(2009-10, 2012-14, 2017), Dominika
achieving career-high No. 44 on Considers hard court as
> 
14 January 2013 after reaching favourite surface and forehand
Auckland QF. Broke into Top 50 and serve as strengths
on 19 November 2012 after
winning Helsinki, FIN Challenger
title. Peaked at No. 3 in juniors on YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
21 February 2005. 2017: 92 (7-10) 2013: 81 (14-17) 2009: 82 (3-5) 2005: 423 (0-0)
> In 2012, reached 1st ATP singles 2016: 122 (4-7) 2012: 50 (13-21) 2008: 318 (1-4) 2004: T1034 (0-0)
final at Zagreb and 1st ATP 2015: 111 (3-12) 2011: 112 (4-9) 2007: 138 (1-3)
doubles final at St. Petersburg 2014: 95 (14-18) 2010: 89 (19-22) 2006: 225 (2-0)
w/Zelenay. Owns records of 1-11
in singles QFs, 0-18 vs. Top 10 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 13-30)
and 1-37 vs. Top 20, beating No. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
17 Querrey in 2011 San Jose 1R Aus. Open 7-9 3R — 2R 1R 2R 3R 1R 2R — 1R 1R
for biggest victory of career. Roland Garros 1-5 — — 1R 1R 1R 1R — 2R — — —
> Advanced to Grand Slam 3R on 4 Wimbledon 5-8 — 3R 1R 1R 1R 3R 1R 2R 1R — —
occasions: 2012 Australian Open US Open 0-8 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R — — —
as Q, 2012 Wimbledon, 2016
Wimbledon as Q and 2017 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-9)
Australian Open as Q. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
> Enjoyed all of his ATP Masters Indian Wells 0-2 — — — — 1R — — 1R
1000 success at Miami, reaching Miami 2-5 1R — — 2R 1R 2R — 1R
2R in 2012 and 2014, then Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — — — — — —
qualifying in 2017. Madrid 0-1 — — — — — — — 1R
> Boasts 251-161 Challenger Rome 0-0 — — — — — — — —
record (11-12 in finals). Ended Canada 0-1 — — — — — 1R — —
2017 season in Top 100 thanks to Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — — — — —
consecutive Challenger titles at Shanghai 0-0 — — — — — — — —
Bratislava, SVK and Brescia, ITA. Paris 0-0 — — — — — — — —

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DUSAN LAJOVIC SRB
@Dutzee @DusanLajovicOfficial @dutzee
BORN: 30 June 1990, Belgrade, Serbia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 78kg (172lbs)
RESIDENCE: Stara Pazova, Serbia PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 75-99 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,307,855
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-9 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 57 (27 October 2014)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-5 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 104 (8 June 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). Supports FC Barcelona.
PRIZE MONEY: $576,309 > Favourite surface is hard and
W-L: 18-22 (singles), 3-7 (doubles) PERSONAL shot is backhand
SINGLES QF (3): Istanbul, Kitzbuhel, > Nicknamed "Dutzee" > Favourite tournament is Doha
Chengdu > Began playing at age 7 by > Idol growing up was Pete Sampras
accident. The only sport available > O wns a coffee shop in Belgrade
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS for his age group was the tennis called "Laboratorije Kafe"
> Finished 4 straight seasons in program. > Trains in Barcelona, Spain
Top 100 (2014-17), achieving > Father, Dragisa; mother, Marina > C oached by Jose Perlas
career-high No. 57 on 27 October > If he wasn't a tennis player, > Underwent hernia surgery on 1
2014 after winning Valencia 1R would be a football player. November 2017
match.
> Reached 1st 3 ATP World Tour
SFs in 2016 at Sao Paulo, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Kitzbuhel and Los Cabos. Lost 2017: 75 (18-22) 2014: 69 (16-19) 2011: 191 (3-5) 2008: 1093 (0-0)
1st 8 QFs from October 2011 to 2016: 93 (19-23) 2013: 117 (0-6) 2010: 428 (0-2) 2007: T1461 (0-0)
February 2016. After going 0-6 in 2015: 76 (17-21) 2012: 164 (2-1) 2009: 570 (0-0)
2013, won 16 to 19 matches each
year from 2014-17. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 10-15)
> Advanced to Grand Slam 3R and W-L 18 17 16 15 14
4R for 1st time at 2014 Roland Aus. Open 3-4 2R 2R 1R 2R
Garros, losing to eventual Roland Garros 5-4 1R 2R 2R 4R
champion Nadal. Owns 6-match Wimbledon 2-4 2R 1R 1R 2R
losing streak in Grand Slam 2R US Open 0-3 1R 1R — 1R
matches.
> Saved 1 MP for biggest win of ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 6-12)
career over No. 12 Isner in 2016 W-L 18 17 16 15 14
Buenos Aires 2R. Also saved 1 Indian Wells 3-4 4R 1R 1R 1R
MP vs. Pospisil to reach ATP Miami 2-4 1R 2R 1R 3R
Masters 1000 R16 for 1st time at Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — —
2017 Indian Wells as Q. Qualified Madrid 0-0 — — — —
7 times overall at ATP Masters Rome 0-1 — — 1R —
1000 events. Canada 0-0 — — — —
> Boasts 95-58 record on ATP Cincinnati 0-0 — — — —
Challenger Tour with 5 titles. Shanghai 0-1 1R — — —
Paris 1-2 — 1R 2R —

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FELICIANO LOPEZ ESP
@feliciano_lopez @FelicianoLopezTP @felilopezoficial
BORN: 20 September 1981, Toledo, Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 73kg (162lbs)
RESIDENCE: Madrid, Spain PLAYS: Left-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 452-409 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $14,640,010
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 36-90 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 12 (2 March 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 24-11 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 9 (7 November 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Three-time Davis Cup champion > Mother, Belen Diaz-Guerra, is
PRIZE MONEY: $1,731,751 clinched 2009 title for Spain by a nurse; brother, Victor
W-L: 25-23 (singles), 19-22 (doubles) winning doubles rubber w/ > A big fan of Real Madrid football
SINGLES TITLES (1): London/Queen's Verdasco. team
Club > Considers his serve best shot
F (1): Stuttgart CAREER TITLES (6): 2017 (1): London/ and hard court his favourite
QF (2): Houston, Los Cabos Queen's Club (G); 2016 (1): Gstaad surface
(CL); 2014 (1): Eastbourne (G); 2013 > A ssuming the role of assistant
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (1): Eastbourne (G); 2010 (1): tournament director of Mutua
> Finished 11 straight seasons in Johannesburg (H); 2004 (1): Vienna Madrid Open in 2018
Top 50 (2007-17) and 16 straight (IH). FINALIST (11). Coached by countryman Jose
> 
seasons in Top 100 (2002-17). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (11). "Pepo" Clavet (since September
Achieved singles career-high 2012). Physiotherapist is Marc
No. 12 at age 33 on 2 March 2015 PERSONAL Boada.
and doubles career-high No. 9 at > Began playing tennis at age 5
age 35 on 7 November 2016 after with father, Feliciano, who is a
qualifying for Nitto ATP Finals tennis coach
w/M. Lopez.
> Captured biggest of 6 titles at
2017 London/Queen's Club, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
saving 1 MP to beat both Berdych 2017: 36 (25-23) 2011: 20 (36-26) 2005: 34 (31-28) 1999: 277 (0-0)
in QF and Cilic in final. Earned 2016: 28 (31-24) 2010: 32 (26-24) 2004: 25 (33-27) 1998: 548 (0-1)
25+ victories in 13 of last 15 2015: 17 (32-26) 2009: 47 (17-24) 2003: 28 (34-31) 1997: 559 (0-0)
seasons (2003-05, 2007-08, 2014: 14 (39-26) 2008: 31 (27-26) 2002: 62 (18-16) 1996: T1294 (0-0)
2010-17), posting 400th win in 2013: 28 (29-20) 2007: 35 (27-25) 2001: 159 (2-5)
2016 Dubai 1R (d. Garcia-Lopez). 2012: 40 (26-27) 2006: 81 (19-29) 2000: 269 (0-1)
Owns 36 Top 10 wins despite
never being in Top 10, including GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 92-64)
victories over No. 1 Nadal in 2010 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01
London/Queen’s Club QF and No. Aus. Open 22-15 1R 3R 4R 3R 2R 4R 2R 3R 1R 2R 2R 3R 3R 1R 3R — —
1 Djokovic in 2016 Dubai QF. Roland Garros 12-17 3R 3R 1R 2R 3R 1R 1R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R 4R 1R 2R 1R
> Advanced to Wimbledon QF in Wimbledon 32-16 1R 3R 2R 4R 3R 1R QF 3R 1R QF 3R 1R QF 3R 4R 4R —
2005, 2008 and 2011, as well as US Open 26-16 3R 2R QF 3R 3R 3R 3R 4R 1R 1R 4R 2R 2R 3R 1R 2R —
US Open QF in 2015. Played at 63 Doubles Titles (1): 2016 - Roland Garros (w/M. Lopez).
straight Grand Slams, 2 shy of
Federer’s Open Era-record. NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
Defeated No. 1 seeds and Career 18 17 16
previous 3 champions to win 1-2 — RR (w/M. Lopez)
2016 Roland Garros doubles title
w/M. Lopez. Also reached 2017 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 108-126)
US Open doubles final w/M. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02
Lopez. Indian Wells 12-15 2R 4R QF 4R 1R 2R 1R 3R 1R 2R 2R 1R 3R 2R 2R —
> Reached ATP Masters 1000 Miami 11-15 2R 2R 2R 3R — 2R 3R 3R 3R 3R 4R 2R 2R 2R 1R 2R
Shanghai SF in 2009, 2011 and Monte-Carlo 5-11 2R 1R — — — 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R — 2R 1R 2R 2R —
2014, as well as ATP Masters Madrid 21-16 3R 2R 2R QF 1R 1R 2R 3R 1R QF QF 1R 1R 2R QF 3R
1000 Toronto SF in 2014. Rome 6-14 1R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R 3R QF 2R 1R — 1R 1R 1R 1R —
Advanced to ATP Masters 1000 Canada 10-12 1R — 1R SF 1R — 2R 1R 1R 2R — 1R 1R 2R QF —
doubles finals at 2014 Rome w/ Cincinnati 10-15 2R 2R QF 1R 3R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R 2R —
Haase and 2017 Monte-Carlo Shanghai 19-9 2R 2R 3R SF 2R 3R SF 1R SF — — — — — — —
w/M. Lopez. Paris 12-14 2R 2R 2R 3R 2R 1R 3R 1R 1R 2R 1R — 2R QF 2R —
Hamburg: 2-5 (2R - 2005, 2003; 1R - 2008, 2006, 2004)

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PAOLO LORENZI ITA
@lorenzi_paolo
BORN: 15 December 1981, Rome, Italy HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 77kg (169lbs)
RESIDENCE: Siena, Italy PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 97-154 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,039,685
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-18 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 33 (15 May 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 2-6 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 84 (6 November 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (1): 2016 (1): Kitzbuhel surface is clay
PRIZE MONEY: $1,152,042 (CL). FINALIST (3): 2017 (2): Umag (CL), > Favourite tournament is Rome
W-L: 25-35 (singles), 13-27 (doubles) Quito (CL); 2014 (1): Sao Paulo (ICL). > Likes football and basketball,
SINGLES FINALIST (2): Quito, Umag CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (2). and supports Fiorentina and
SF (1): Budapest MPS Siena
QF (1): Marrakech PERSONAL Studying medicine at a
> 
> Began playing tennis at age 7 university in Siena
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS after being introduced to the Likes listening to music and
> 
> Achieved career-high No. 33 at game by his older brother reading books by Stephen King
age 35 on 15 May 2017. Passed Bruno Wife, Elisa (married 17
> 
Fognini to become No. 1 Italian Father, Marco, is a surgeon;
>  December 2016)
on 1 August 2016. mother, Marina, is a housewife > Coached by countryman Claudio
> A s 34-year-old, became oldest > Tennis idol was Boris Becker Galoppini
1st-time singles champion on Favourite shot is serve and
> 
ATP World Tour at 2016
Kitzbuhel. Also reached clay-
court finals at 2014 Sao Paulo, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
2017 Quito and 2017 Umag. Led 2017: 43 (25-35) 2012: 63 (8-17) 2007: 287 (1-1) 2002: 392 (0-0)
all Top 100 players by competing 2016: 40 (26-25) 2011: 108 (2-3) 2006: 165 (0-1) 2001: 815 (0-0)
at 34 tournaments in 2017, but 2015: 68 (8-18) 2010: 143 (3-14) 2005: 264 (0-0) 2000: T908 (0-0)
ended season on 8-match losing 2014: 64 (11-14) 2009: 84 (0-1) 2004: 312 (0-0) 1999: T888 (0-0)
streak. 2013: 112 (13-25) 2008: 207 (0-0) 2003: 253 (0-0)
> A s 35-year-old, become oldest
player in Open Era to reach 1st GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 10-26)
Grand Slam 4R at 2017 US Open. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
Also in 2017, earned 1st win in 7th Aus. Open 2-6 2R 1R 2R — 1R 1R — 1R
main draw appearance at both Roland Garros 1-7 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R — 1R
Roland Garros and Wimbledon. Wimbledon 1-7 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R — 1R
> Fell in qualifying at 23 Grand US Open 6-6 4R 3R 1R 2R 1R 1R — —
Slam events before qualifying
for 1st time at 2014 Roland ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 12-26)
Garros. Lost 13 Grand Slam W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
main draw matches before Indian Wells 3-5 2R — — 2R 2R 1R — 1R
beating Nishioka for 1st win at Miami 1-5 2R — 1R — 1R — 2R 1R
2014 US Open. Monte-Carlo 2-2 2R 2R — — — — — —
> Boasts 3rd-most ATP Madrid 0-0 — — — — — — — —
Challenger Tour singles titles Rome 3-7 — 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R 2R 2R
(19) and victories (362) of all time, Canada 1-1 2R — — — — — — —
securing 300th win in 2015 Cincinnati 0-1 1R — — — — — — —
Eskisehir, TUR QF (d. Ebden). Shanghai 1-3 1R 2R — — 1R — — —
Paris 1-2 1R 2R — — — — — —

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YEN-HSUN LU TPE
www.rendylu.com @LuRendy @LuRendy @lurendy
BORN: 14 August 1983, Taipei, Chinese Taipei HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.80m (5'11") / 74kg (163lbs)
RESIDENCE: Taipei, Chinese Taipei PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 161-222 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,796,896
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 7-26 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 33 (1 November 2010)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 9-8 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 86 (31 January 2005)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER FINALIST (1): 2014 (1): Auckland studying


PRIZE MONEY: $483,796 (H). > Favourite surface is hard court
W-L: 9-14 (singles), 5-7 (doubles) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (3). > Member of ATP Player Council
CHALLENGER: 26-6 (singles), 0-1 for 2016-18 term
(doubles) PERSONAL > Wife, Chien Chung-wen (married
SINGLES QF (1): Chengdu Nicknamed himself "Rendy"
>  4 December 2010); son, Wei-
since his English teacher had a Chen (born on 30 October 2014);
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS difficult time with his given twin boys, Wei-Chun and Wei-
> Ended 10 straight seasons in Top first name Ting (born 31 October 2017)
100 (2008-17), achieving career- > Began playing tennis at age 8 > C oached by Stephen Koon
high No. 33 on 1 November 2010 > Father is deceased; mother is a Missed 4+ months following
> 
soon after winning Seoul, KOR businesswoman; brother, right elbow surgery on 18
Challenger title. Finished 2010 Thomas January 2016
as highest-ranked Asian at No. > Says if he wasn't playing tennis,
35. he'd likely be back in school
> All-time winningest champion
on ATP Challenger Tour with 29
singles titles in 46 finals, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
including 1+ title in 14 straight 2017: 71 (9-14) 2012: 60 (12-18) 2007: 103 (7-15) 2002: 194 (0-0)
seasons (2004-17). Owns 2nd- 2016: 64 (7-9) 2011: 82 (12-21) 2006: 103 (2-7) 2001: T598 (2-1)
most Challenger victories of all 2015: 77 (19-21) 2010: 35 (15-20) 2005: 160 (6-8)
time (368), securing 300th win in 2014: 38 (24-21) 2009: 98 (10-23) 2004: 86 (5-10)
2015 Seoul, KOR 2R (d. J. 2013: 66 (17-17) 2008: 64 (11-15) 2003: 199 (3-2)
Jenkins).
> Reached 1st ATP World Tour GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 23-46)
singles final at 2014 Auckland, W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
beating Johnson to end 0-10 Aus. Open 7-12 1R — 1R 2R 2R 3R 1R 1R 3R 1R 2R 1R 1R —
start to career in QFs, then Roland Garros 2-9 1R 1R 2R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R — 1R — — —
equaling best win of career over Wimbledon 11-14 1R 2R 1R 2R 2R 1R 3R QF 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R 2R
No. 3 Ferrer in SF. US Open 3-11 2R 1R 1R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R — — — 1R
> Defeated 3-time finalist Roddick
97 in 5th to reach 2010 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 26-40)
Wimbledon QF, becoming 1st W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
Asian quarter-finalist at All Indian Wells 7-9 1R — 1R 3R 3R 1R 2R 2R 2R 1R — — — —
England Club since Matsuoka in Miami 7-9 2R — 1R 2R 2R 2R 2R 2R 2R 1R — — — —
1995. Qualified 14 times into an Monte-Carlo 1-1 — — — 2R — — — — — — — — — —
ATP Masters 1000 main draw, Madrid 1-1 — — — — — — 2R — — — — — — —
including at 2010 Toronto, where Rome 0-0 — — — — — — — — — — — — — —
he reached R16. Canada 4-8 — 2R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R 3R 1R — — — — —
> Only player to beat 2-time gold Cincinnati 3-6 — — 1R 3R — 2R — 1R 1R — — — — 1R
medalist Murray at Olympic Shanghai 3-5 — — 1R 2R — 2R 1R 2R — — — — — —
Games, defeating then-No. 6 in Paris 0-1 — — — 1R — — — — — — — — — —
2008 Beijing Olympics 1R.

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NICOLAS MAHUT FRA
@nmahut @NicolasMahutOfficiel @nicomahut
BORN: 21 January 1982, Angers, France HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.90m (6’3”)/80kg (176lbs)
RESIDENCE: Boulogne-Billancourt, France PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 171-213 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $8,779,268
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 5-36 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 37 (5 May 2014)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 5-8 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 1 (6 June 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (4): 2016 (1): and Jean-Philippe; sister,
PRIZE MONEY: $1,355,714 ’s-Hertogenbosch (G); 2015 (1): Delphine
W-L: 15-19 (singles), 36-14 (doubles) ’s-Hertogenbosch (G); 2013 (2): Growing up admired Pete
> 
DOUBLES TITLES (4): Marseille (w/ Newport (G), ’s-Hertogenbosch (G). Sampras, Yannick Noah and
Benneteau), Rome, Montreal, FINALIST (2): 2007 (2): Newport (G), Michael Jordan
Cincinnati (all w/Herbert) London/Queen’s Club (G). > Wrote the book "Le Match de
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (20). FINALIST (13). Ma Vie" (The Match of My Life)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS about epic Wimbledon match
> Became World No. 1 in doubles PERSONAL against Isner
on 6 June 2016, joining Noah as > Began playing tennis at age 5 Wife, Virginie; son, Natanel
> 
only No. 1s from France in > Mother, Brigitte, passed away (born 18 August 2011)
singles or doubles. First in March 2005; father, Philippe, Coached by Gabriel Urpi,
> 
Frenchman to finish a season is a retired computer engineer; Nicolas Copin and former ATP
at No. 1 also ended 2016 at No. brothers, Dominique, Stephane, pro Michael Llodra
2 in team rankings w/Herbert
and No. 39 in singles, just shy of
career-high No. 37. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in 2017: 104 (15-19) 2012: 107 (16-18) 2007: 45 (22-20) 2002: 266 (0-1)
2015-17 w/Herbert. Eliminated 2016: 39 (23-20) 2011: 80 (11-11) 2006: 68 (11-19) 2001: 214 (1-4)
in round robin each year. 2015: 71 (11-11) 2010: 132 (3-7) 2005: 135 (1-5) 2000: 390 (0-2)
> Won 19 of 20 doubles titles with 2014: 117 (14-23) 2009: 217 (4-4) 2004: 129 (3-10) 1999: T1070 (0-0)
countrymen, including 2 Grand 2013: 50 (17-7) 2008: 98 (16-26) 2003: 94 (3-6)
Slam and 6 ATP Masters 1000
titles w/Herbert. Captured 2016 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 28-48)
Wimbledon title in 1st All-French W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00
Grand Slam final of Open Era (d. Aus. Open 6-9 1R 2R — 1R — 3R 2R — — 2R 2R — — 1R — — 1R —
Benneteau/Roger-Vasselin). Roland Garros 6-15 1R 2R 3R 1R 1R 3R 1R 2R — 1R 1R 1R — 1R 1R — 1R 1R
Also in 2016, joined Bryan/Bryan Wimbledon 9-12 1R 4R 2R 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R 3R — — — — — —
as 2nd team to sweep 1st 3 ATP US Open 7-12 3R 3R 2R 1R 1R 1R 2R — — 1R 1R 2R — 1R 1R — — —
Masters 1000 titles of season. Doubles Titles (2). 2016 – Wimbledon, 2015 - US Open (both w/Herbert)
> Reached 6 singles finals -- all on
grass -- winning ’s-Hertogenbosch NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
titles in 2013 as 240th-ranked Q, Career 18 17 16 15
2015 as Q and 2016 as WC. Remains 2-6 RR RR RR (all w/Herbert)
lowest-ranked champion on tour
since No. 244 Nishikori at 2008 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 24-46)
Delray Beach. Beat No. 2 Nadal for W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01
biggest singles win of career in Indian Wells 6-6 1R 2R — 1R — 2R — — — 3R 3R — — — — — —
2007 London/Queen’s Club QF. Hit Miami 5-6 4R 1R — 1R — 2R — — — 2R 1R — — — — — —
103 aces in longest match ever vs. Monte-Carlo 1-6 1R 1R — 2R — — — — — 1R — 1R — 1R — — —
Isner in 2010 Wimbledon 1R, Madrid 1-3 2R 1R — 1R — — — — — — — — — — — — —
falling 70-68 in 5th after 11h5m Rome 2-4 1R 2R — 1R — — — — — 2R — — — — — — —
over 3 days. Canada 1-5 — — 1R 1R — — — — — 2R — 1R 1R — — — —
> Helped France to 2017 Davis Cup Cincinnati 1-4 — 2R 1R 1R — — — — — — — 1R — — — — —
title by posting doubles wins w/ Shanghai 0-0 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —
Herbert in 1R and SF, as well as Paris 7-11 3R 2R 1R — 2R — 2R 1R — — 2R 1R 1R — 2R — 1R
w/Benneteau in QF. Hamburg: 0-1 (1R - 2008)
Doubles Titles (6). 2017 – Rome, Montreal, Cincinnati; 2016 – Indian Wells, Miami, Monte-Carlo
(all w/Herbert)

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ADRIAN MANNARINO FRA
www.adrianmannarino.fr @AdrianMannarino @AdrianMannarino @adrianmannarino
BORN:29June1988,Soisy-sous-Montmorency,FRA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.80m (5'11") / 70kg (154lbs)
RESIDENCE: Valletta, Malta PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 136-163 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,758,169
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 4-25 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 27 (27 July 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 5-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 73 (2 May 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL > Fan of Paris St. Germain football


PRIZE MONEY: $1,333,177 > Began playing at age 5 team
W-L: 33-27 (singles), 2-9 (doubles) > Father, Florent, is a tennis coach; Favourite actors are Jean
> 
SINGLES F (2): Antalya, Tokyo mother, Annie, is a former school Dujardin, Jamel Debbouze and
SF (1): Moscow teacher; three brothers, Julien, Thomas Ngijol
QF (3): Los Cabos, Montreal, Basel Thomas and Morgan, who played Coached by Jean-Christophe
> 
10 Futures events between 2006- Faurel. Fitness trainer is Pascal
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 10; sister, Iris Supiot from French Federation
> Finished 5 straight seasons and While growing up, admired
>  (FFT).
7 of last 8 in Top 100 (2010-11, fellow left-hander Marcelo Rios
2013-17), achieving career-high > Enjoys playing on all surfaces
No. 27 on 27 July 2015 following and considers volley as best
run to Bogota final. shot
> Earned biggest win of career > Says place he enjoys playing
over No. 5 Cilic to reach biggest most is in his home country
final of career at 2017 ATP World
Tour 500 event in Tokyo. Also
runner-up at 2015 Auckland, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
2015 Bogota and 2017 Antalya. 2017: 28 (33-27) 2013: 60 (10-15) 2009: 180 (0-4) 2005: 913 (0-0)
Earned career-high 33 wins in 2016: 60 (26-28) 2012: 188 (1-7) 2008: 131 (3-3) 2004: T1097 (0-0)
2017, ending season on 25-13 2015: 47 (28-29) 2011: 87 (17-23) 2007: 367 (0-0)
run. 2014: 44 (16-23) 2010: 83 (2-4) 2006: 444 (0-0)
> Reached Wimbledon 4R in 2013
and 2017, as well as US Open 3R GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 23-31)
in 2013, 2014 and 2017. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
> Advanced to 1st ATP Masters Aus. Open 3-8 1R 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R 2R — 1R —
1000 QF at 2017 Montreal. Roland Garros 2-9 1R 2R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R — 1R 1R
Qualified at all 3 ATP Masters Wimbledon 10-7 4R 2R 2R 2R 4R — 2R — 1R —
1000 clay-court events in 2017 US Open 8-7 3R 1R 2R 3R 3R — 1R 2R — —
(Monte-Carlo, Madrid, Rome).
> Owns 100+ wins on ATP World ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 25-35)
Tour (136-163), ATP Challenger W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
Tour (171-85) and ITF Futures Indian Wells 6-5 2R 3R 4R 1R — — 1R — — —
Circuit (101-54). Winner of 13 Miami 8-5 4R 3R 4R 2R — — 1R — — —
Challenger titles, including Monte-Carlo 2-3 3R 1R 1R — — — — — — —
Noumea, CAL and Quimper, FRA Madrid 1-3 1R — 1R — — — 2R — — —
in 2017. Rome 0-3 1R — 1R — — — 1R — — —
Canada 3-3 QF — 1R — — — 1R — — —
CAREER FINALIST (4): 2017 (2): Tokyo(H), Cincinnati 2-4 3R 1R 1R — 1R — — — — —
Antalya (G); 2015 (2): Bogota (H), Shanghai 0-2 1R — 1R — — — — — — —
Auckland (H). Paris 3-7 2R 1R 1R 2R 1R — 2R — — 1R

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MAXIMILIAN MARTERER GER
@maximarterer95 @maxi_marterer
BORN: 15 June 1995, Stein, Germany HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 84kg (185lbs)
RESIDENCE: Stein, Germany PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 0-14 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $315,881
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 90 (6 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 298 (21 September 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL forehand


PRIZE MONEY: $210,999 > Nickname is "Maxi" Idol growing up was Roger
> 
W-L: 0-10 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) > Began playing tennis at age 6 Federer
CHALLENGER: 39-14 (singles), 5-6 with his father Enjoys going to movies and
> 
(doubles) > Father, Michael; mother, Sabine supporting TSG Hoffenheim
Forster football team
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Favourite surface is hard and > Trains at TennisBase Oberhaching
> Improved year-end ranking in 5 tournament is US Open > Coached by Michael Kohlmann
straight seasons (2013-17). > Favourite shots are serve and
Achieved career-high No. 90 on 6
November 2017 after winning
Eckental, GER Challenger title. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Qualified at 7 tour-level events in 2017: 90 (0-10) 2015: 262 (0-2) 2013: 911 (0-0)
2017: Sofia, Budapest, Halle, 2016: 177 (0-2) 2014: 460 (0-0) 2012: T1220 (0-0)
Bastad, Kitzbuhel, ATP Masters
1000 Cincinnati and US Open. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-1)
Still seeking 1st tour-level W-L 18 17
victory (0-14 career). Aus. Open 0-0 —
> Made Grand Slam main draw Roland Garros 0-0 —
debut at 2017 US Open as Q, Wimbledon 0-0 —
losing to Young in 1R. Advanced US Open 0-1 1R
to 2013 Wimbledon junior singles
SF and 2013 Australian Open ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-1)
junior doubles final w/Miedler. W-L 18 17
> Captured back-to-back ATP Indian Wells 0-0 —
Challenger Tour titles in 2016 at Miami 0-0 —
Meknes, MAR and Kenitra, Monte-Carlo 0-0 —
MARCH Added 3 more Madrid 0-0 —
Challenger titles in 2017 at Banja Rome 0-0 —
Luka, BIH; Monterrey, MEX and Canada 0-0 —
Eckental, GER. Cincinnati 0-1 1R
> Posted 39-14 Challenger record Shanghai 0-0 —
in 2017 (66-39 career). Paris 0-0 —

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FLORIAN MAYER GER
@flomayer @FlorianMayerTennis
BORN: 5 October 1983, Bayreuth, Germany HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 82kg (180lbs)
RESIDENCE: Bayreuth, Germany PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 241-246 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $6,914,734
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 12-56 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 18 (6 June 2011)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 8-5 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 47 (18 June 2012)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (2): 2016 (1): Halle (G); after completing school
PRIZE MONEY: $728,102 2011 (1): Bucharest (CL).FINALIST (5): Trained as a junior with the
> 
W-L: 10-17 (singles), 4-7 (doubles) 2017 (1): Hamburg (CL); 2011 (1): German Tennis Federation
SINGLES F (1): Hamburg Munich (CL); 2010 (1): Stockholm Enjoys football and favourite
> 
QF (1): Halle (IH); 2006 (1): Sopot (CL); 2005 (1): team is Bayern Munich
Sopot (CL). > Named 2004 ATP Newcomer of
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Year
> Finished 11 seasons in Top 75 Trains at Tennis Base in
> 
(2004-07, 2009-13, 2016-17), PERSONAL Oberhaching outside Munich
achieving career-high No. 18 on > Nicknamed "Flo" > C oached by Tobias Summerer
6 June 2011 after reaching > Father, Bernd, is a teacher; > Underwent surgery on left index
Roland Garros 2R. Fell as low as mother, Sabine, is a shop finger in June 2008, missing 7
No. 450 on 12 January 2009, yet manager; brother, Michael months. Struggled with shoulder,
ended 2009 at No. 61 after > Idolised Boris Becker and Pete groin and adductor injuries,
reaching 5 Challenger finals Sampras as a child missing March 2014 to April 2015
during season (2-3). Rose from > Turned professional at age 17 and September 2015 to April 2016
No. 192 on 13 June 2016 to No. 80
one week later following run to
Halle title. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Captured 2016 Halle title as PR to 2017: 69 (10-17) 2012: 28 (23-26) 2007: 55 (18-25) 2002: 476 (0-0)
become lowest-ranked champion 2016: 50 (10-12) 2011: 23 (45-26) 2006: 57 (26-21) 2001: T874 (0-0)
in tournament history and lowest 2015: 216 (4-9) 2010: 37 (23-18) 2005: 75 (21-25)
on tour since No. 240 Mahut at 2014: 147 (8-6) 2009: 61 (3-6) 2004: 35 (19-19)
2013 ’s-Hertogenbosch. Also 2013: 40 (29-26) 2008: 344 (2-10) 2003: 254 (0-0)
ranked outside Top 100 when he
fell in 2017 Hamburg final. Won GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 38-43)
1st title at 2011 Bucharest. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
> Advanced to Wimbledon QFs in Aus. Open 12-11 1R — — 4R 2R — 2R 3R 2R 1R 3R 2R 1R 2R
2004 and 2012, as well as 4R at Roland Garros 3-10 1R 1R 1R — 1R 2R 2R — — — 1R 1R 1R 2R
2014 Australian Open. Wimbledon 16-11 2R 1R 1R — 1R QF 2R 3R — — 2R 2R 3R QF
> Reached ATP Masters 1000 QFs US Open 7-11 2R 1R 1R — 3R 1R 3R 1R — — 1R 2R 1R 2R
at 2011 Rome, 2011 Shanghai and
2013 Shanghai. Beat No. 2 Nadal ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 44-55)
in 2011 Shanghai 3R for biggest W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
win of career. Indian Wells 3-9 — — — 2R 3R 2R 1R 1R — 1R 2R 2R 1R —
> Boasts 164-65 Challenger Miami 12-9 1R — — 3R 2R 4R 4R 2R — 1R 3R 1R 4R —
record (13-9 in finals), winning Monte-Carlo 5-7 1R — 2R — 3R 1R 2R — — — 1R — 2R —
most recent titles in back-to- Madrid 3-5 2R — — — 2R 1R 2R — — — — — — 1R
back weeks at 2016 Portoroz, Rome 5-6 2R — 1R — — 2R QF — — — — — 1R 1R
SLO and 2016 Meerbusch, GER. Canada 1-3 — — — — 2R 2R 1R — — — — — — —
Cincinnati 1-5 — — — — 1R 2R 1R 1R — — 1R — — —
Shanghai 10-5 — 1R — — QF 2R QF 3R 2R — — — —
Paris 1-2 — — — — — 1R 2R — — — — — — —
Hamburg: 3-4 (3R - 2004; 2R - 2007; 1R - 2006, 2005)

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LEONARDO MAYER ARG
www.leonardomayer.net @YacaMayer
BORN: 15 May 1987, Corrientes, Argentina HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 80kg (176lbs)
RESIDENCE: Buenos Aires, Argentina PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 141-145 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,784,952
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-25 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 21 (22 June 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 3-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 58 (21 September 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (2): 2017 (1): Hamburg Considers clay as favourite
> 
PRIZE MONEY: $703,146 (CL); 2014 (1): Hamburg (CL). surface and forehand as strength
W-L: 11-8 (singles), 5-5 (doubles) FINALIST (2): 2015 (1): Nice (CL); 2014 > Favourite hobby is playing football
SINGLES TITLES (1): Hamburg (1): Vina del Mar (CL). > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (2). would be a football player,
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS most likely a goalkeeper
> F inished 8 of last 9 seasons in PERSONAL Girlfriend, Milagros Aventin;
> 
Top 100 (2009-15, 2017), > Full name is Leonardo Martin son, Valentino (born 27
achieving career-high No. 21 on Mayer, nicknamed "Leo" January 2017)
22 June 2015. Rose from No. 138 > Began playing tennis at age 9 > Coached by Mariano Hood and
to No. 49 on 31 July 2017 after Father, Orlando, works in a
>  Leo Alonso
winning Hamburg title. bank; mother, Estela, is a
> Captured ATP World Tour 500 teacher; brothers, Gabriel and
titles at Hamburg in 2014 and Walter; sister, Veronica
2017. Earned only Top 10 win of
career over No. 7 Ferrer in 2014
final. Lost to No. 923 Molleker, a YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
16-year-old, before capturing 2017: 52 (11-8) 2013: 95 (13-18) 2009: 75 (17-18) 2005: 718 (0-0)
2017 title as LL. Beat F. Mayer in 2016: 139 (12-15) 2012: 72 (14-14) 2008: 102 (1-1) 2004: T1339 (0-0)
2017 Hamburg final -- 1st ATP 2015: 35 (28-23) 2011: 78 (4-7) 2007: 189 (0-0) 2003: T1405 (0-0)
final between players ranked 2014: 28 (28-20) 2010: 94 (13-21) 2006: 292 (0-0)
outside Top 100 since 2013
Bogota. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 28-29)
> Also reached clay-court finals at W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09
2014 Vina del Mar and 2015 Nice. Aus. Open 2-7 — 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R —
Saved 4 MPs vs. Robredo in 2014 Roland Garros 11-8 — 1R 3R 3R 1R 3R 3R 3R 2R
Vina del Mar 2R. Wimbledon 7-7 — 1R 3R 4R 2R 1R — 1R 2R
> Owns 1-9 record in Grand Slam US Open 8-7 3R — 1R 3R 2R 3R — 1R 2R
3R, reaching 4R at 2014
Wimbledon. Won 2005 Roland ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 15-22)
Garros junior doubles title w/ W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09
Massa. Indian Wells 5-3 — 3R — — 3R 2R — 1R —
> Posted 11-match Davis Cup win Miami 1-5 — 1R 3R — 1R 1R — 1R —
streak from 2013 to 2016, helping Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — — — — — — —
Argentina to 1st title in 2016. Madrid 3-3 — 1R 3R — — — — 2R —
Played longest singles match in Rome 1-3 — 1R 2R — — — — 1R —
Davis Cup history, beating Souza Canada 2-3 — — 2R — — — — 1R 2R
15-13 in 5th on 11th MP after 6h43 Cincinnati 0-1 — — 1R — — — — — —
(ARG d. BRA 3-2 in 2015 1R). Shanghai 2-2 — — 2R 2R — — — — —
Paris 1-2 — — 2R 1R — — — — —

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DANIIL MEDVEDEV RUS
@DaniilMedwed @TeamDaniil @medwed33
BORN: 11 February 1996, Moscow, Russia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.98m (6'6") / 81kg (179lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 29-31 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $939,364
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-3 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 48 (24 July 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 265 (18 September 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL > Fan of FC Bayern Munich and


PRIZE MONEY: $749,986 > Nicknamed "Bear" football players David Alaba
W-L: 24-26 (singles), 2-4 (doubles) > No relation to former World and Robert Lewandowski
SINGLES F (1): Chennai No. 4 Andrei Medvedev > Went to school at Physics and
SF (1): Eastbourne > Began playing tennis at age 6 Mathematics Lyceum
QF (6): Montpellier, Marseille, > Father, Sergey; mother, Olga; > Speaks Russian, English and
's-Hertogenbosch, London/ sister, Elena French
Queen's Club, Washington, > Favourite surface is grass and > Trains in France
Moscow considers return his best shot > Coached by Jean-Rene Lisnard
> Enjoys playing PlayStation and Gilles Cervara (since 2014).
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > If he wasn't a tennis player, he Fitness trainer is Eric
> Achieved new career-high would have played any other Hernandez.
ranking 7 times in 2017, peaking sport
at No. 48 on July 24. Improved
year-end ranking by 300+ spots
in 2015 and 200+ spots in 2016. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Reached SF at inaugural Next 2017: 65 (24-26) 2015: 331 (0-0) 2013: N/R (0-0) 2011: T1513 (0-0)
Gen ATP Finals in 2017 (l. to 2016: 99 (5-5) 2014: 643 (0-0) 2012: N/R (0-0)
eventual champion Chung).
> Saved 1 MP to beat Sela and GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 1-4)
reach 1st ATP World Tour final at W-L 18 17
2017 Chennai. Advanced to QF- Aus. Open 0-1 1R
or-better at 8 tournaments in Roland Garros 0-1 1R
2017, yet still suffered losing Wimbledon 1-1 2R
streaks of 6 and 8 matches US Open 0-1 1R
during season.
> Earned biggest win of career ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-5)
over No. 3 Wawrinka in 2017 W-L 18 17
Wimbledon 1R. Became 1st Indian Wells 0-1 1R
player to earn 1st Grand Slam Miami 0-0 —
win vs. Top 3 opponent since Monte-Carlo 0-1 1R
Karlovic beat No. 2 Hewitt at Rome 0-0 —
2003 Wimbledon. Madrid 0-0 —
> Advanced to QF-or-better at his Canada 0-1 1R
last 8 ATP Challenger Tour events Cincinnati 0-1 1R
of 2016 season, highlighted by 1st Shanghai 0-1 1R
final at Portoroz, SLO and 1st title Paris 0-0 —
at St. Remy, FRA.
NEXT GEN ATP FINALS
CAREER FINALIST (1): 2017 (1): Chennai Career 17
(H) 2-2 SF

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MARCELO MELO BRA
www.melomarcelo.com @marcelomelo83 @marcelomelo83 @marcelomelo83
BORN: 23 September 1983, Belo Horizonte, Brazil HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 2.03m (6’8”)/87kg (192lbs)
RESIDENCE: Belo Horizonte, Brazil PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 432-261 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 273 (21 November 2005)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $5,249,152 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 1 (2 November2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (28): 2017 (6): PERSONAL


PRIZE MONEY: $1,358,429 Paris (IH); Wimbledon (G), Halle (G), > Full name is Marcelo Pinheiro
W-L: 52-18 (doubles) 's-Hertogenbosch (G), Madrid (CL), Davi de Melo. Nickname is
DOUBLES TITLES (6): Miami, Madrid, Miami (H) (all w/Kubot) ; 2016 (3): "Girafa" (Giraffe) since he's tall.
's-Hertogenbosch, Halle, Vienna (IH) (w/Kubot), Cincinnati > Began playing tennis at age 7
Wimbledon, Paris (H), Toronto (H) (both w/Dodig); with his family since they all
F (4): Indian Wells, Washington, 2015 (6): Paris (IH) (w/Dodig), played
Shanghai, ATP Finals Vienna (IH) (w/Kubot), Shanghai (H), Father, Paulo, is a systems
> 
SF (1): Cincinnati (all w/Kubot) Tokyo (H) (both w/Klaasen), Roland analyst; mother, Roxane, is
Garros (CL), Acapulco (CL) (both w/ retired; brothers, Ernane and
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Dodig); 2014 (1): Auckland (H) (w/ Daniel
> Ended 2015 and 2017 seasons as Knowle); 2013 (2): Shanghai (H) (w/ > Considers his mental ability and
World No. 1 in doubles. Also Dodig), Brisbane (H) (w/Robredo); volley as strengths and favourite
finished 2017 at No. 1 in team 2012 (1): Stockholm (IH) (w/ surfaces are hard and grass
rankings w/Kubot. Ranked in Top Soares); 2011 (2): Costa do Sauipe courts
10 each week since 14 October (CL), Santiago (CL) (both w/Soares); > Admires football great Ronaldo
2013, one day after 1st ATP 2010 (1): Nice (CL) (w/Soares); and played the sport until he was
Masters 1000 title at Shanghai 2009 (1): Kitzbuhel (CL) (w/Sa); 15, but then stopped to dedicate
w/Dodig. 2008 (4): New Haven (H), more time to tennis
> Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals w/ Poertschach (CL), Costa do Sauipe Favourite football team is
> 
Dodig in 2013-16 and w/Kubot in (CL) (all w/ Sa), Adelaide (CL) (w/M. Cruzeiro
2017. Runner-up in 2014 and Garcia); 2007 (1): Estoril (CL) (w/ > Member of ATP Player Council
2017. Sa). FINALIST (23). for 2016-18 term
> Tied for ATP-lead with 6 titles in > Coached by his brother Daniel
both 2015 and 2017. Won 1+ title
in 11 straight seasons (2007-17).
Enjoyed 17-match win streaks in YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
both 2015 and 2017. Went 14-0 on 2017: 1 (52-18) 2012: 18 (44-27) 2007: 34 (18-11) 2002: 226(0-0)
grass with 3 titles in 2017 w/ 2016: 8 (44-26) 2011: 27 (38-27) 2006: 116 (0-0) 2001: T1445 (0-0)
Kubot. Earned 400th win in 2017 2015: 1 (54-17) 2010: 39 (29-30) 2005: 154 (0-0) 2000: T1169 (0-0)
Roland Garros 1R w/Kubot (d. 2014: 6 (44-25) 2009: 36 (32-30) 2004: 180 (1-1) 1999: T1361 (0-0)
Benneteau/Chardy). 2013: 6 (34-26) 2008: 19 (42-23) 2003: 430 (0-0)
> Won Grand Slam titles at 2015
Roland Garros w/Dodig and 2017 GRAND SLAM DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)
Wimbledon w/Kubot. Earned 4 Roland Garros W – 2015 (w/Dodig)
victories in 5 sets en route to Wimbledon W – 2017 (w/Kubot); F – 2013 (w/Dodig)
Wimbledon title, including wins
over Petzschner/Peya 11-9 in NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
5th, Kontinen/Peers 97 in 5th Career 18 17 16 15 14 13
and Marach/Pavic 13-11 in 5th. 12-9 F RR SF F SF (2017 w/Kubot; 2013-16 w/ Dodig)
Runner-up in 2013 Wimbledon
men’s doubles w/Dodig and 2009 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 DOUBLES HISTORY (8 titles)
Roland Garros mixed doubles w/ Indian Wells F – 2017 (w/Kubot)
King. Miami W – 2017 (w/Kubot)
> Captured 8 ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo F – 2014 (w/Dodig)
titles, including 2016 summer Madrid W– 2017 (w/Kubot)
sweep w/Dodig at Toronto and Canada W – 2016; F – 2014 (both w/Dodig)
Cincinnati. Also won ATP Cincinnati W– 2016 (w/Dodig)
Masters 1000 titles in 2017 w/ Shanghai W – 2015 (w/Klaasen), 2013 (w/Dodig); F - 2017 (w/Kubot)
Kubot at Miami, Madrid and Paris W – 2017 (w/Kubot), 2015 (w/Dodig)
Paris.

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MICHAEL MMOH USA
@MichaelMmoh @michaelmmoh
BORN: 10 January 1998, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 85kg (187lbs)
RESIDENCE: Bradenton, FL, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 0-7 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $284,605
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 141 (25 September 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 552 (13 October 2014)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL Academy in Florida


PRIZE MONEY: $148,600 > Nicknamed "Mmoh" > Favourite surface is hard and
W-L: 0-4 (singles) > Began playing tennis at age 3 shot is forehand
CHALLENGER: 25-18 (singles), 1-4 with his father > Favourite tournament is US Open
(doubles) > Father, Tony, is a former ATP and > Idol growing up was Andy Roddick
Nigerian Davis Cup player who > Fan of the Washington Redskins
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS now works in sports marketing in (NFL)
> Finished 2 straight seasons in Atlanta; mother, Geraldine, is a > Coached by Glenn Weiner.
Top 200 (2016-17). Achieved nurse and native of Ireland who Fitness trainer is Justin Russ.
career-high No. 141 on 25 moved to Australia in December > Missed 9 weeks in 2016 due to
September 2017. 2016 (Michael also has Australian right arm injury
> Captured ATP Challenger Tour citizenship); brother, Anthony;
titles at 2016 Knoxville, USA and sisters, Antoinette and Ameka
2017 Lexington, USA. Won 7 > Moved at age 13 to train at IMG
matches to reach 1st Challenger
final at 2016 Tiburon, USA as Q.
> Owns Challenger record of 44- YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
28, but still seeking 1st tour- 2017: 175 (0-4) 2016: 198 (0-3) 2015: 456 (0-0) 2014: 646 (0-0)
level win (0-7).
> Earned 2016 US Open WC for GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-2)
winning USTA Boys’ 18s National W-L 18 17 16
Championship and 2017 Aus. Open 0-1 1R —
Australian Open WC for winning Roland Garros 0-0 — —
USTA Pro Circuit Australian Wimbledon 0-0 — —
Open Wild Card Challenge. US Open 0-1 — 1R
> Peaked at No. 2 in junior rankings
on 24 August 2015. Went 117-46 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-2)
on ITF Junior Circuit, playing at 9 W-L 18 17 16
Grand Slams, in 23 countries and Indian Wells 0-0 — —
on 6 continents. Enjoyed Miami 0-2 1R 1R
22-match junior win streak from Monte-Carlo 0-0 — —
September to December 2014. Madrid 0-0 — —
Posted junior wins over fellow Rome 0-0 — —
#NextGenATP players Opelka, Canada 0-0 — —
Paul, Rublev, Santillan and Cincinnati 0-0 — —
Tsitsipas. Shanghai 0-0 — —
Paris 0-0 — —

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GAEL MONFILS FRA
@Gael_Monfils Gael Monfils Tennis @iamgaelmonfils
BORN: 1 September 1986, Paris, France HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.93m (6'4") / 80kg (177lbs)
RESIDENCE: Switzerland PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 411-232 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $13,744,378
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 30-71 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 6 (7 November 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 16-13 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 155 (8 August 2011)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Montpellier (IH); 2009 (1): Metz (IH); favourite basketball player is
PRIZE MONEY: $1,043,358 2005 (1): Sopot (CL).FINALIST (20). Carmelo Anthony.
W-L: 20-14 (singles), 2-2 (doubles) > Voted 2005 ATP Newcomer of
SINGLES FINALIST (1): Eastbourne PERSONAL the Year by his fellow players
QF (2): Marseille, Dubai Full name is Gael Sebastien
>  > Known for being an excellent
Monfils, nicknamed "Lamonf" breakdancer
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Father, Rufin, is an agent for
>  Coached by former ATP pro
> 
> Finished in Top 10 for 1st time in France Telecom and a former Mikael Tillstrom
2016 after achieving career-high football player from Guadeloupe; > Missed 9 Grand Slam events
No. 6 on 7 November 2016. Ended mother, Sylvette, is from with injuries from 2007 to 2016,
12 of last 13 years in Top 50 (2005- Martinique and is a nurse; including right knee, right
11 and 2013-17). Finished 2004 brother, Daryl, also plays tennis shoulder and left wrist.
as World No. 1 junior. (teamed up at 2012 Montpellier) Withdrew from 6 of 9 ATP
> Qualified for 2016 Nitto ATP Considers Arthur Ashe his
>  Masters 1000 events in 2017
Finals, falling to Raonic and favourite player due to knee injuries, Achilles
Thiem before withdrawing (rib). If he didn't play tennis, he
>  tendon injury and illness.
> Owns 6-20 record in finals, would play basketball. Fan of
reaching 1+ final in 13 straight NBA's Detroit Pistons and
years (2005-17). Captured
biggest title of career at 2016
Washington, saving 1 MP vs. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Karlovic for 1st ATP World Tour 2017: 46 (20-14) 2013: 31 (33-22) 2009: 13 (42-19) 2005: 31 (25-22)
500 crown. Reached ATP 2016: 7 (44-17) 2012: 78 (19-10) 2008: 14 (30-17) 2004: 231 (3-2)
Masters 1000 finals at 2009 2015: 24 (34-18) 2011: 16 (38-16) 2007: 38 (21-21) 2003: T947 (0-0)
Paris, 2010 Paris and 2016 2014: 18 (36-15) 2010: 12 (46-20) 2006: 46 (20-19)
Monte-Carlo. Earned 30+
victories in 8 of last 10 seasons GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 92-43)
(2008-11, 2013-16), with biggest W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
win in 2009 Doha QF (d. No. 1 Aus. Open 24-12 4R QF 2R 3R 3R 3R 3R 3R 4R — 3R 1R 2R
Nadal) and 400th win in 2017 Roland Garros 31-11 4R — 4R QF 3R — QF 2R QF SF 3R 4R 1R
Roland Garros 1R (d. Brown). Wimbledon 13-9 3R 1R 3R 2R — — 3R 3R — — 3R 1R 3R
> Advanced to Grand Slam SFs at US Open 24-11 3R SF 1R QF 2R — 2R QF 4R 4R — 2R 1R
2008 Roland Garros and 2016 US
Open. Reached 6 other Grand NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Slam QFs, but owns 0-6 record in Career 18 17 16
Wimbledon 3R. Won junior titles 0-2 — RR
at 2004 Australian Open, Roland
Garros and Wimbledon (l. to ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 91-70)
Troicki in US Open 3R). W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
> Defeated Tipsarevic in 2010 Indian Wells 8-9 4R QF — 3R — — — 2R 2R 1R 1R 3R 2R —
Davis Cup final and Federer in Miami 12-9 — QF 4R 2R — 3R — — 4R 2R 1R 2R 4R —
2014 Davis Cup final, but France Monte-Carlo 13-10 — F SF 2R 1R — 3R — 1R 3R 1R 1R 1R —
lost both ties. Did not play on Madrid 11-9 1R 2R 2R — — 3R 2R QF — QF — 1R 1R —
2017 team that won Davis Cup Rome 5-4 — 1R — — — 2R — — — — 1R SF — —
title. Canada 13-8 3R SF 2R 2R — — QF 3R 2R 1R — — — —
Cincinnati 10-8 — 3R 1R 3R — — QF 1R 1R 2R — 2R 3R —
CAREER TITLES (6): 2016 (1): Washington Shanghai 7-4 — 3R — — QF — — 2R 3R — — — — —
(H); 2014 (1): Montpellier (IH); 2011 Paris 12-8 — — 1R 3R — — 2R F F 3R — 1R — 2R
(1): Stockholm (IH); 2010 (1): Hamburg: 0-1 (1R - 2006)

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CORENTIN MOUTET FRA
@ moutet99 @ cocotennis75
BORN: 19 April 1999, Neuilly-sur-Seine, FRA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.75m (5'9") / 68kg (150lbs)
RESIDENCE: Boulogne-Billancourt, France PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 0-0 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $89,397
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 154 (13 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 425 (12 June 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Tsitsipas in final. playing video games


PRIZE MONEY: $70,808 > Also reached Challenger SFs in > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
W-L: 1-1 (doubles) 2017 at St. Brieuc, FRA; Como, would be a musician
CHALLENGER: 20-13 (singles), 1-2 ITA and Seville, ESP. > Likes all surfaces and favourite
(doubles) > Peaked at No. 7 in juniors on 14 shots are drop shot and volley
August 2017. Went 72-33 on ITF > Favourite tournament is Roland
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Junior Circuit, advancing to Garros
> Broke into Top 200 on 30 October junior SFs at 2017 Australian > Trains at the French National
2017 after capturing Brest, FRA Open and 2017 Wimbledon. Tennis Centre and is supported
Challenger title. Second- by the FFT
youngest player in year-end Top PERSONAL > C oached by Laurent Raymond.
200 behind 17-year-old Auger- > Nicknamed "Co" Fitness trainer is Paul Quetin.
Aliassime. Improved year-end > Began playing tennis at age 3
ranking by 300+ spots in both with his parents
2016 and 2017. > Father, Rodolphe; mother,
> Yet to make ATP World Tour main Alexandra; brother, Maxence;
draw debut, though he won a sister; Charlotte
qualifying match at 2014 Metz as > Idol growing up was Rafael
15-year-old (d. Alekseenko). Nadal
> Won 1st ATP Challenger Tour > Enjoys music, sports and
title in 1st final at 2017 Brest,
FRA as WC. After winning 3
matches in 3 sets, defeated YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
fellow #NextGenATP player 2017: 156 (0-0) 2016: 519 (0-0) 2015:839 (0-0)

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GILLES MULLER LUX
BORN: 9 May 1983, Luxembourg City, LUX HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.93m (6'4") / 89kg (196lbs)
RESIDENCE: Reckange-sur-Mess,Luxembourg PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 223-194 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $ 5,403,128
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 12-42 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 21 (31 July 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 13-7 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 74 (1 May 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (2): 2017 (2): > Speaks French, English, German
PRIZE MONEY: $1,341,306 's-Hertogenbosch (G), Sydney (H). and Luxembourgish
W-L: 32-18 (singles), 9-12 (doubles) FINALIST (6): 2017 (1): Estoril (CL); Enjoys rock music and good
> 
SINGLES TITLES (2): Sydney, 2016 (2): Newport (G), 's-Hertogenbosch movies
's-Hertogenbosch (G); 2012 (1): Atlanta (H); 2005 (1): Enjoys all sports, especially
> 
F (1): Estoril Los Angeles (H); 2004 (1): Washington football and basketball
SF (2): London/Queen's Club, (H). > Wife, Alessia Fauzzi, (married 10
Atlanta CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). July 2010); sons, Lenny (born 6
QF (2): Sofia, Wimbledon May 2011) and Nils (born 5 June
PERSONAL 2012)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Nicknamed "Mulles" > Coached by Benjamin Ballaret
Top-ranked Luxembourger in
>  > Began playing tennis at age 5 and Alexandre Lisiecki. Fitness
ATP Rankings history achieved > Father, Marcel, is a retired trainer is Frank Eicher.
career-high No. 21 on 31 July postal worker; mother, Miriam, > Ended 2009 season at Wimbledon
2017 after reaching Atlanta SF. is a housewife; brother, Patrick due to knee injury. Also ended
After ending 2013 at No. 366, > Attended high school in 2013 season at Roland Garros and
won 5 ATP Challenger Tour titles Luxembourg until he was 16, then 2017 season soon after US Open
in 2014 to finish season at No. 47. moved to France. Completed 1 due to left elbow injury.
Ended 2001 as World No. 1 more year of schooling there.
junior.
Captured 1st ATP World Tour
> 
title in 6th final at 2017 Sydney, YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
saving 1 MP in 1R vs. Dolgopolov. 2017: 25 (32-18) 2012: 68 (22-21) 2007: 115 (3-6) 2002: 276 (3-1)
Beat Karlovic for 2nd title at 2017 2016: 34 (35-24) 2011: 54 (17-12) 2006: 106 (13-20) 2001: 536 (2-3)
’s-Hertogenbosch in oldest ATP 2015: 38 (33-24) 2010: 134 (2-2) 2005: 80 (21-23) 2000: T845 (3-0)
final since 1977 Hong Kong 2014: 47 (6-6) 2009: 248 (5-9) 2004: 68 (13-9)
(Rosewall vs. Gorman). 2013: 366 (4-8) 2008: 99 (7-6) 2003: 189 (2-2)
> Earned career-high 35 victories
in 2016, including 36 76(16) 76(7) GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 33-38)
win over Isner in London/ W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
Queen’s Club 2R after saving 10 Aus. Open 10-11 2R 2R 4R — 1R 1R 2R — 3R — 2R 2R 1R 1R
MPs. Roland Garros 2-8 1R 1R 2R — 1R 2R — — 1R — — 1R 1R —
> Enjoyed biggest win of career to Wimbledon 11-10 QF 2R 1R 2R — 1R 3R — 1R — 2R 1R 3R —
reach 2017 Wimbledon QF, US Open 10-9 2R 1R 1R 1R — 2R 4R — — QF — 1R 2R —
beating No. 2 Nadal 15-13 in 5th
after 4h48m. Defeated No. 3 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 14-27)
Nadal in 2005 Wimbledon 2R and W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
No. 3 Roddick in 2005 US Open Indian Wells 5-7 3R 2R 2R — 1R 2R — — — — — 1R 3R —
1R. Captured 2001 US Open Miami 2-9 3R 1R 2R — 1R 2R — — 1R — — 1R 1R 1R
junior title. Monte-Carlo 1-2 2R 1R — — — — — — — — — — — —
> Reached 2008 US Open QF as Q, Madrid 1-2 2R — 1R — — — — — — — — — — —
beating both Haas and Almagro Rome 0-0 — — — — — — — — — — — — — —
from 2 sets down. One of 2 Canada 3-2 — 2R 3R — — — — — — — — — — —
qualifiers to reach US Open QF in Cincinnati 1-2 2R — 1R — — — — — — — — — — —
Open Era (also Escude in 1999). Shanghai 0-1 — — 1R — — — — — — — — — — —
Paris 1-2 — 2R — — — — 1R — — — — — — —

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JAUME MUNAR ESP
@ jamunar_38 @ munarclar
BORN: 5 May 1997, Santanyi, Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 78kg (172lbs)
RESIDENCE: Barcelona, Spain PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 1-4 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $126,489
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 188 (27 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 291 (16 October 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > A lso went 22-5 on ITF Futures PERSONAL


PRIZE MONEY: $ 54,252 Circuit in 2017 with titles at > Nickname is "Jimbo"
W-L: 0-1 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) Manacor, ESP and Paguera, > Began playing tennis at age 8
ESP. Owns 96-39 Futures > Father, Blai; mother, Maria
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS record overall (6-3 in finals). Antonia; sister, Antonia
> Ended 2017 season at career- > Peaked at No. 3 in junior > Favourite surface is clay and
high No. 188. Broke into Top 200 rankings on 26 January 2015. shot is serve
on 7 August 2017 after capturing Went 77-25 on ITF Junior > Favourite tournament is
1st ATP Challenger Tour title on Circuit, including wins over Roland Garros
home soil at Segovia, ESP. fellow #NextGenATP players > Idol growing up was Rafael Nadal
Improved year-end ranking by Bublik, Lee, Mmoh, Moutet, > Hobbies include listening to
100+ spots in 3 streight seasons Polmans, Rublev and A. Zverev. music, watching movies, hanging
(2015-17). Reached Roland Garros junior out with friends and playing sports
> Earned 1st ATP World Tour win singles final in 2014 and won > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
over countryman Garcia-Lopez doubles title in 2015 w/Lopez would be a doctor
in 2015 Hamburg 1R as 683rd- San Martin. > Trains at Rafa Nadal Academy
ranked WC. Lost to Paire in ATP in Mallorca
debut at 2015 Barcelona as Q. Yet > Fitness trainer is Walter Navarro
to play a Grand Slam qualifying
or main draw match.
> Went 18-14 at Challengers in YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
2017, ending season with run to 2017: 188 (0-1) 2016: 293 (0-1) 2015: 439 (1-2) 2014: 945 (0-0)
Rio de Janeiro, BRA final. Played
Argentines in all 5 rounds, losing
final to Berlocq.

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ANDY MURRAY GBR
www.andymurray.com @andy_murray @andymurrayofficial @andymurray
BORN: 15 May 1987, Glasgow, Scotland HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 84kg (185lbs)
RESIDENCE: London, England PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 655-184 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $60,807,644
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 101-82 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 1 (7 November 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 23-11 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 51 (17 October 2011)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS introduction of World Group in Award


PRIZE MONEY: $ 2,092,625 1981 to go 8-0 in singles. > Featured in GQ Magazine's "20
W-L: 25-10 (singles), 1-3 (doubles) Most Stylish Athletes of 2013"
SINGLES TITLES (1): Dubai CAREER TITLES (45): 2017 (1): Dubai (H); Received OBE (Officer of the
> 
F (1): Doha 2016 (9): ATP Finals (IH), Paris (IH), Most Excellent Order of the
SF (2): Barcelona, Roland Garros Vienna (IH), Shanghai (H), Beijing (H), British Empire) medal from
QF (1): Wimbledon Rio de Janeiro Olympics (H), Prince William on 17 October
Wimbledon (G), London/Queen's 2013
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Club (G), Rome (CL); 2015 (4): > In June 2013 at Queen's Club,
> First British World No. 1 in ATP Montreal (H), London/Queen's Club headlined the 'Rally For
Rankings history rose to top on 7 (G), Madrid (CL), Munich (CL); 2014 Cancer', an exhibition raising
November 2016. At age 29, (3): Valencia (IH), Vienna (IH), money for The Royal Marsden,
became 2nd-oldest player to Shenzhen (H); 2013 (4): Wimbledon the world-leading cancer
debut at No. 1 behind only (G), London/Queen's Club (G), Miami centre which treated friend
30-year-old Newcombe on 3 (H), Brisbane (H); 2012 (3): US Open Ross Hutchins.
June 1974. Owns record for most (H), London Olympics (G), Brisbane Global
>  Ambassador for
time between 1st becoming No. (H); 2011 (5): Shanghai (H), Tokyo (H), UNICEF, United for Wildlife,
2 and No. 1 (7 years, 82 days). Bangkok (IH), Cincinnati (H), Malaria No More and WWF
> Defeated Djokovic at 2016 Nitto London/Queen's Club (G); 2010 (2): Recipient of the 2014 Arthur
> 
ATP Finals to clinch year-end Shanghai (H), Toronto (H); 2009 (6): Ashe Humanitarian Award
No. 1 and ATP-best 9th title of Valencia (IH), Montreal (H), London/ Win in 2013 Wimbledon final
> 
season. Went 5-0 at event and Queen's Club (G), Miami (H), was watched by 17.3m British
set a record by reaching 1st final Rotterdam (IH), Doha (H); 2008 (5): TV viewers and was the most-
in 8th appearance. St. Petersburg (IH), Madrid (IH), talked about subject of 2013
> O wns 45 singles titles, including Cincinnati (H), Marseille (IH), Doha among British Facebook users,
1+ each year from 2006-17, (H); 2007 (2): St. Petersburg (IC), outshining the birth of a future
trailing only Federer’s 95, San Jose (IH); 2006 (1): San Jose (IH). King, the appointment of a new
Nadal’s 75 and Djokovic’s 68 FINALIST (22). Pope and the passing of an iconic
among active players. Won 14 CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (2). Prime Minister
ATP Masters 1000 titles, On 8 August 2013, UK Royal
> 
including 7 of 9 events (all but PERSONAL Mail issued four stamps
Indian Wells and Monte-Carlo). > Began playing tennis at age 3 commemorating Murray's
Earned 25+ wins in 12 straight > Mother, Judy, works in tennis; Wimbledon victory
seasons (2006-17), beating father, William, is a retail area > On 3 September 2013, won GQ
Anderson for 500th win in 2015 manager; brother, Jamie, also Man of the Year Award
ATP Masters 1000 Miami 4R and plays on ATP World Tour > O n 23 April 2014, awarded the
600th win in 2016 ATP Masters > Grew up playing football and freedom of Stirling at a special
1000 Cincinnati 3R. tennis, and was once offered meeting of Stirling Council in
> Captured titles at US Open in trials with Glasgow Rangers Dunblane High School. He
2012 and Wimbledon in 2013 and FC also received an honourary
2016 to become 1st British Loves boxing, football and
>  doctorate from the University
Grand Slam champion since basketball, and regularly of Stirling, where he once
Perry at 1936 US attends Miami Heat games trained.
Championships. One of 10 men (NBA) > Named BBC Sports Personality
in Open Era to play in all 4 Grand > Based in Barcelona from age of the Year in 2013, 2015 and 2016
Slam finals. 15-17 (only person to have won the
> First player to win 2 Olympic > Played 1st full men's singles award 3 times) after winning
gold medals in singles (2012 match with roof closed at BBC Young Sports Personality
London, 2016 Rio). Also earned Wimbledon on 29 June 2009 vs. of the Year in 2004
2012 silver medal in mixed Wawrinka > Received a knighthood in Queen
doubles w/Robson. Led Great On 12 March 2013, he was
>  Elizabeth II's New Years Honors
Britain to Davis Cup title in 2015 presented the Laureus World list on 30 December 2016, joining
by becoming 1st player since Breakthrough of the Year Sir Norman Brookes in 1939 as

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the only tennis players to be
knighted YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Owns his own hotel (Cromlix 2017: 16 (25-10) 2013: 4 (43-8) 2009: 4 (66-11) 2005: 65 (14-10)
House) in Scotland, as well as 2016: 1 (78-9) 2012: 3 (56-16) 2008: 4 (58-16) 2004: 514 (0-0)
his own management agency 2015: 2 (71-14) 2011: 4 (56-13) 2007: 11 (43-14) 2003: 546 (0-0)
(77), which looks after his 2014: 6 (59-20) 2010: 4 (46-18) 2006: 17 (40-25)
career and rising stars in sport
> Member of ATP Player Council GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 188-43, 3 titles)
for 2016-18 term W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
> Wife, Kim Sears (married 11 Aus. Open 48-12 4R F F QF F SF F F 4R 1R 4R 1R —
April 2015 in Dunblane Roland Garros 39-10 SF F SF SF — QF SF 4R QF 3R — 1R —
Cathedral); daughter, Sophia Wimbledon 57-10 QF W SF QF W F SF SF SF QF — 4R 3R
Olivia (born 7 February 2016) US Open 44-11 — QF 4R QF QF W SF 3R 4R F 3R 4R 2R
> Works with fitness trainer Matt
Little and physiotherapists NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Mark Bender and Shane Annun Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
> Coached by former ATP pro Jamie 16-11 — W RR RR ** SF RR SF RR SF
Delgado (since February 2016) ** Qualified but did not play due to injury
> Missed Roland Garros and
Wimbledon in 2007 (right wrist). ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 212-80, 14 titles)
Underwent season-ending back W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
surgery in September 2013. Did Indian Wells 25-12 2R 3R SF 4R QF 2R 2R QF F 4R SF 2R —
not play after Wimbledon in 2017 Miami 28-9 — 3R F QF W F 2R 2R W 2R SF 1R —
(hip). Monte-Carlo 15-9 3R SF — — 3R QF SF 2R SF 3R — 1R —
Madrid 27-9 3R F W 3R QF — 3R QF QF W 3R 3R —
Rome 14-10 2R W 3R QF 2R 3R SF 3R 2R 2R 1R 1R —
Canada 26-6 — — W QF 3R 3R 2R W W SF 2R SF —
Cincinnati 31-10 — F SF QF QF 3R W QF SF W 1R QF 2R
Shanghai 22-3 — W SF 3R — F W W — — — — —
Paris 21-9 — W F QF — 3R QF QF 3R QF QF 3R —
Hamburg: 3-3 (3R - 2008; 2R - 2006; 1R - 2007)

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JAMIE MURRAY GBR
@jamie_murray @JamieMurrayOfficialPage @jamie__murray
BORN: 13 February 1986, Dunblane, Scotland HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 83kg (183lbs)
RESIDENCE: Wimbledon, England PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 340-254 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 834 (22 May 2006)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $3,445,999 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 1 (4 April 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > In 2015, helped Great Britain win brother Andy and mother Judy
PRIZE MONEY: $676,388 1st Davis Cup title since 1936. > Father, William, is a retail area
W-L: 47-23 (doubles) Teamed w/A. Murray to beat manager; mother, Judy, is a
DOUBLES TITLES (3): Acapulco, Mahut/Tsonga in QF, Groth/ former British Fed Cup Capitan
Stuttgart, London/Queen's Club Hewitt in SF and Darcis/Goffin in Considers indoor hard and
> 
F (3): Sydney, Cincinnati, Tokyo final. Became 3rd set of brothers grass as favourite surfaces
SF (7): Doha, Rio de Janeiro, Indian to win Davis Cup (also Dohertys Enjoys playing golf (right-
> 
Wells, Washington, Shanghai, 1903-06, Bryans 2007). handed) in his spare time and
Paris, ATP Finals (all w/Soares) has a three handicap
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (19): 2017 (3): A big fan of Edinburgh Hibs
> 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS London/Queen's Club (G), Stuttgart football team
> Became 1st British man or (G), Acapulco (H) (all w/Soares); > In 2016, named an OBE (Officer
woman to reach No. 1 in doubles 2016 (3): US Open (H), Australian of the Most Excellent Order of
or singles on 4 April 2016. A. Open (H), Sydney (H) (all w/Soares); the British Empire) for services
Murray followed as singles No. 1 2015 (2): Hamburg (CL), Brisbane to tennis and charity
on 7 November 2016, making (H) (both w/Peers); 2014 (1): Munich > Member of ATP Player Council
them 1st brothers to reach No. 1 (CL) (w/Peers); 2013 (3): Bangkok for 2016-18 term
in doubles and singles (H), Gstaad (CL), Houston (CL) (all w/ > Received ATP ACES For Charity
respectively. Both ended 2016 as Peers); 2011 (2): Tokyo (H) (w/A. grant in 2017 for support of
World No. 1: Jamie in team Murray), Metz (H) (w/Sa); 2010 (1): Children Change Colombia,
rankings w/Soares and Andy in Valencia (IH) (w/A. Murray); 2008 (1): which is dedicated to defending
singles. J. Murray/Soares Delray Beach (H) (w/Mirnyi); 2007 the rights of Colombia's most
became 3rd team to finish 1st (3): Nottingham (G), Memphis (H), at-risk and neglected children
season together at No. 1 San Jose (IH) (all w/Butorac). Wife, Alejandra (married 28
> 
(Connell/Galbraith 1993, FINALIST (20). October 2010). Brother, Andy,
Bjorkman/Woodbridge 2001). was best man at their wedding in
> Winner of 19 titles, including PERSONAL Dunblane, Scotland.
2010 Valencia and 2011 Tokyo Full name is Jamie Robert
>  Coached by Louis Cayer and
> 
w/A. Murray. Defeated A. Murray Murray Alan MacDonald
in 1st H2H at 2015 ATP Masters > Began playing at age 4 with his
1000 Montreal w/Peers (d. A.
Murray/Paes). Earned 300th win
in 2017 Rio de Janeiro QF w/ YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Soares (d. Molteni/Schwartzman). 2017: 9 (47-23) 2013: 30 (36-21) 2009: 105 (5-16) 2005: 288 (0-0)
Reached Nitto ATP Finals SFs w/ 2016: 4 (45-20) 2012: 77 (19-27) 2008: 28 (30-31) 2004: 937 (0-0)
Soares in 2016 and 2017. 2015: 7 (46-26) 2011: 35 (30-26) 2007: 32 (30-24) 2003: T1197 (0-0)
> Captured Grand Slam men’s 2014: 42 (37-25) 2010: 57 (8-9) 2006: 77 (7-6)
doubles titles w/Soares in 2016
at Australian Open and US Open. GRAND SLAM DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)
Along with A. Murray, became Aus. Open W - 2016 (w/Soares)
1st brothers in Open Era to reach Wimbledon F - 2015 (w/Peers)
doubles and singles finals at Mixed: W - 2017 (w/Hingis); W - 2007 (w/Jankovic)
same Grand Slam (2016 US Open W - 2016 (w/Soares), F - 2015 (w/Peers)
Australian Open). Advanced to Mixed: W - 2017 (w/Hingis)
back-to-back Grand Slam finals
w/Peers at Wimbledon and US NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
Open in 2015. Career 18 17 16 15
> Won Grand Slam mixed doubles 6-5 SF SF RR (2016-17 w/Soares; 2015 w/Peers)
titles at 2007 Wimbledon w/
Jankovic, 2017 Wimbledon w/ ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 DOUBLES HISTORY
Hingis and 2017 US Open w/ Monte-Carlo F - 2016 (w/Soares)
Hingis. Reached 2008 US Open Canada F - 2016 (w/Soares)
mixed doubles final w/Huber. Cincinnati F - 2017 (w/Soares)

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RAFAEL NADAL ESP
www.rafaelnadal.com @RafaelNadal @Nadal @rafaelnadal
BORN: 3 June 1986, Manacor, Mallorca, Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6’1”)/85kg (188lbs)
RESIDENCE: Manacor, Mallorca, Spain PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 873-185 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $94,588,627
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 152-82 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 1 (18 August 2008)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 19-10 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 26 (8 August 2005)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Garros. As 24-year-old at 2010 Roland Garros (CL), Rome (CL),
PRIZE MONEY: $15,864,000 US Open, became youngest man Barcelona (CL), Monte-Carlo (CL),
W-L: 67-11 (singles), 1-1 (doubles) in Open Era to complete career Acapulco (CL), Costa do Sauipe (CL);
SINGLES TITLES (6): Monte-Carlo, Grand Slam. One of 2 men to win 2004 (1): Sopot (CL). FINALIST (36).
Barcelona, Madrid, Roland Garros, all 4 Grand Slams and Olympic CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (11). FINALIST (4).
US Open, Beijing gold medal (also Agassi).
F (4): Australian Open, Acapulco, > Won Olympic gold medals in PERSONAL
Miami, Shanghai singles at 2008 Beijing and Full name is Rafael Nadal
> 
QF (4): Brisbane, Rome, Cincinnati, doubles at 2016 Rio w/M. Lopez. Parera, nicknamed "Rafa"
Paris Beat Bellucci in 2016 Rio > Began playing tennis at age 4
Olympics QF to join Federer as with his uncle Toni
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS only active players with 800+ Plays left-handed but writes
> 
> Finished 2008, 2010, 2013 and wins. Led Spain to Davis Cup right-handed. Used to play with
2017 as World No. 1. As 31-year- titles in 2004, 2009 and 2011. Tied 2-handed forehand and
old in 2017, became oldest year- with Casey and W. Ferreira for backhand before his uncle
end No. 1 in 45-year history of all-time record with 22 straight made him change at age 9 or 10
ATP Rankings. Ranked No. 1 for Davis Cup wins (active streak). to a 1-handed forehand.
160 weeks entering 2018. Spent > Father, Sebastian, is a business
record 160 straight weeks at No. CAREER TITLES (75): 2017 (6): Beijing partner with his 2 brothers of a
2 before passing Federer on 18 (H), US Open (H), Roland Garros (CL), restaurant, Sa Punta, and
August 2008, one day after Madrid (CL), Barcelona (CL), Monte- owner of a glass and windows
winning Olympic gold medal. Carlo (CL); 2016 (2): Barcelona (CL), company, Vidres Mallorca;
Ranked in Top 10 each week Monte-Carlo (CL); 2015 (3): mother, Ana Maria, is the Rafa
since 25 April 2005. Hamburg (CL), Stuttgart (G), Buenos Nadal Foundation president;
> Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in Aires (CL); 2014 (4): Roland Garros sister, Maria Isabel
13 straight seasons (2005-17). (CL), Madrid (CL), Rio de Janeiro Comes from same island
> 
Made 8 appearances and still (CL), Doha (H); 2013 (10): US Open (Mallorca) as Carlos Moya. The
seeking 1st year-end title after (H), Cincinnati (H), Montreal (H), city of Manacor is second-
finishing as runner-up in 2010 Roland Garros (CL), Rome (CL), biggest in Mallorca.
and 2013. Madrid (CL), Barcelona (CL), Indian > His other uncle, Miguel Angel
> Captured 75 titles, including 10 Wells (H), Acapulco (CL), Sao Paulo Nadal, is a former professional
each at ATP Masters 1000 Monte- (ICL); 2012 (4): Roland Garros (CL), football player with stints on FC
Carlo, Barcelona and Roland Rome (CL), Barcelona (CL), Monte- Barcelona, Real Mallorca and
Garros. Owns clay-court records Carlo (CL); 2011 (3): Roland Garros Spanish national team that
for titles (53) and win percentage (CL), Barcelona (CL), Monte-Carlo competed in 1994, 1998 and
(389-35, .917), highlighted by (CL); 2010 (7): Tokyo (H), US Open 2002 World Cups
81-match win streak on surface (H), Wimbledon (G), Roland Garros Founded the Rafa Nadal
> 
(2005-07). Tied with Djokovic for (CL), Madrid (CL), Rome (CL), Foundation in 2008 and was
most ATP Masters 1000 titles Monte-Carlo (CL); 2009 (5): Rome presented with ATP ACES for
(30). Only player to sweep Roland (CL), Barcelona (CL), Monte-Carlo Charity grant in 2011. As part of
Garros and all 3 clay-court ATP (CL), Indian Wells (H), Australian his Foundation, in October
Masters 1000 events in a single Open (H); 2008 (8): Beijing Olympics 2010, opened the Rafael Nadal
season (2010). (H), Toronto (H), Wimbledon (G), Tennis School in Anantapur,
> Second all-time with 16 titles London/Queen’s Club (G), Roland India, which hosts
and 23 finals at Grand Slams, Garros (CL), Hamburg (CL), tournaments, as well as laying
trailing only Federer’s 19 titles Barcelona (CL), Monte-Carlo (CL); equal emphasis on education
and 29 finals. One of 3 men to win 2007 (6): Stuttgart (CL), Roland and tennis training. Learn more
a Grand Slam title in teens, 20s Garros (CL), Rome (CL), Barcelona about his Foundation:
and 30s (also Sampras, (CL), Monte-Carlo (CL), Indian Wells www.fundacionrafanadal.org.
Rosewall). Won 1st of all-time (H); 2006 (5): Roland Garros (CL), Opened the Rafa Nadal
> 
record 10 Roland Garros titles as Rome (CL), Barcelona (CL), Monte- Academy by Movistar in May
19-year-old in 2005 and remains Carlo (CL), Dubai (H); 2005 (11): 2016. It is a high-performance
youngest Grand Slam champion Madrid (IH), Beijing (H), Montreal training academy that
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education with open or medal in May 2015, the highest (left foot) and 2013 (stomach
supervised residency schemes distinction from Paris virus); Roland Garros in 2003
in weekly, monthly, annual or > Received an honorary doctoral (elbow) and 2004 (left ankle);
summer camp programs. For degree, "Doctor Honoris Causa," Wimbledon in 2004 (left ankle),
more information, please visit from the European University of 2009 (knee) and 2016 (left
www.rafanadalacademy.com. Madrid wrist); and US Open in 2012
> Attended Spain's winning World > Flagbearer for Spain at 2016 Rio (left knee) and 2014 (right
Cup final match in South Africa Olympics wrist). Underwent surgery for
on 11 July 2010 (1 week after > Coached by his uncle Toni Nadal appendicitis in November
winning Wimbledon) and former World No. 1 Carlos 2014.
> Appeared in Shakira's music Moya. Fitness trainer and
video for the song, "Gypsy" physiotherapist is Rafael
> Biography "Rafa", written with Maymo. Also travels part of
John Carlin, published in 2011 season with former ATP pro
> Elected to ATP Player Council Francisco Roig.
for 2010-12 term > Missed 9 Grand Slams due to
> Won ATP No. 1 award 4 times injury: Australian Open in 2006
(2008, 2010, 2013 and 2017),
Comeback Player of Year in 2013,
Arthur Ashe Humanitarian YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Award in 2011 for his 2017: 1 (67-11) 2012: 4 (42-6) 2007: 2 (70-15) 2002: 235 (1-1)
contributions through the Rafa 2016: 9 (39-14) 2011: 2 (69-15) 2006: 2 (59-12) 2001: 818 (0-0)
Nadal Foundation, Stefan Edberg 2015: 5 (61-20) 2010: 1 (71-10) 2005: 2 (79-10)
Sportsmanship Award in 2010, 2014: 3 (48-11) 2009: 2 (66-14) 2004: 51 (30-17)
Most Improved Player in 2005 and 2013: 1 (75-7) 2008: 1 (82-11) 2003: 47 (14-11)
ATP Newcomer of the Year in
2003 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 226-33, 16 titles)
> Named Sportsman of the Year W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03
(2011), Comeback of the Year Aus. Open 51-11 F 1R QF F — F QF QF W SF QF — 4R 3R —
(2014) and Newcomer of the Roland Garros 79-2 W 3R QF W W W W W 4R W W W W — —
Year (2006) at Laureus World Wimbledon 43-10 4R — 2R 4R 1R 2R F W — W F F 2R — 3R
Sports Awards US Open 53-10 W 4R 3R — W — F W SF SF 4R QF 3R 2R 2R
> Recipient of Prince of Asturias
Award in 2008, ESPY's Best NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Male International Athlete Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
Award in 2008, BBC Overseas 16-13 RR ** SF ** F ** RR F RR ** SF SF **
Sports Personality of the Year ** Qualified but did not play due to injury
Award in 2010, L'Equipe
Champion of Champions Award ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 345-76, 30 titles)
in 2010 and 2013 and "Legend W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03
Award" for 75th anniversary of Indian Wells 50-10 4R SF QF 3R W SF F SF W SF W SF — 3R —
Spanish sports daily Marca in Miami 40-12 F 2R 3R F — SF F SF QF F QF 2R F 4R —
November 2013 Monte-Carlo 63-4 W W SF QF F W W W W W W W W — 3R
> Honoured by Spanish Prime Madrid 47-10 W SF F W W 3R F W F SF QF QF W 2R 1R
Minister Mariano Rajoy with the Rome 51-6 QF QF QF F W W F W W 2R W W W — —
"Medalla de Oro al Trabajo" Canada 29-8 3R — QF — W — 2R SF QF W SF 3R W 1R —
(Gold Medal for Merit in Work) in Cincinnati 22-11 QF 3R 3R — W — QF QF SF SF 2R QF 1R 1R —
May 2015, one of the top civilian Shanghai 16-8 F 2R SF 2R SF — 3R 3R F — — — — — —
honours in Spain Paris 16-5 QF — QF — SF — — — SF QF F — — — —
> Honoured by Paris Mayor Anne Hamburg: 11-2 (W – 2008; F – 2007; 3R - 2003)
Hidalgo with "Grand Vermeil" Doubles Titles (3): 2012, 2010 - Indian Wells (both w/M. Lopez); 2008 - Monte-Carlo (w/Robredo)

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KEI NISHIKORI JPN
www.keinishikori.com @keinishikori @keinishikori @keinishikori
BORN: 29 December 1989, Shimane, Japan HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.78m (5'10") / 75kg (165lbs)
RESIDENCE: Bradenton, FL, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 331-155 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $17,624,129
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 32-55 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 4 (2 March 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 16-6 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 167 (19 March 2012)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (11): 2016 (1): Memphis of Masaaki Morita Tennis Fund
PRIZE MONEY: $1,491,755 (IH); 2015 (3): Washington (H), group, which consists of a select
W-L: 30-13 (singles), 1-2 (doubles) Barcelona (CL), Memphis (IH); 2014 group of Japanese players
SINGLES F (2): Brisbane, Buenos (4): Tokyo (H), Kuala Lumpur (IH), sponsored by Mr. Morita, CEO of
Aires Barcelona (CL), Memphis (IH); 2013 Sony
SF (2): Geneva, Washington (1): Memphis (IH); 2012 (1): Tokyo > Favourite surfaces are hard
QF (4): Indian Wells, Miami, Madrid, (H); 2008 (1): Delray Beach (H). and clay; best shot is forehand
Roland Garros FINALIST (11). > Named 2008 ATP Star of
CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Tomorrow
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > In 2011, played current coach
> Top-ranked Asian in ATP PERSONAL Michael Chang in Tokyo to raise
Rankings history achieved > Began playing at age 5 money for earthquake relief
career-high No. 4 on 2 March > Mother, Eri, is a piano teacher; > Has a phone app (keisapp.com)
2015 after reaching Acapulco father, Kiyoshi, is an engineer; > Coached by Dante Bottini and
final. Ended 2014, 2015 and 2016 sister, Reina former World No. 2 Michael
in Top 10. > Moved from Shimane, Japan, Chang. Physiotherapist is Koichi
> Earned 50+ wins to qualify for to USA at age 14, to train at the Nakao.
Nitto ATP Finals in 2014, 2015 IMG Academy in Florida and > Underwent right elbow surgery
and 2016. Reached SF in 2014 didn't speak a word of English in August 2009, missing more
and 2016. when he arrived. Still trains at than 11 months. Did not play after
> Owns 11 ATP World Tour titles, IMG Academy. Montreal in 2017 (right wrist).
capturing 1st at 2008 Delray > Came to academy as a member
Beach as 18-year-old qualifier
ranked 244th. Remains
youngest ATP champion since YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Hewitt, 16, at 1998 Adelaide and 2017: 22 (30-13) 2014: 5 (54-14) 2011: 25 (36-22) 2008: 63 (16-12)
lowest-ranked champion since 2016: 5 (58-21) 2013: 17 (36-19) 2010: 98 (3-9) 2007: 281 (3-5)
No. 297 Darcis at 2007 2015: 8 (54-16) 2012: 19 (37-18) 2009: 420 (4-6) 2006: 605 (0-0)
Amersfoort. Went 4+ years
before winning 2nd title at 2012 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 69-31)
Tokyo. Enjoyed 30+ victories in 7 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
straight seasons (2011-17), Aus. Open 23-8 4R QF QF 4R 4R QF 3R — 1R —
highlighted by 300th win in 2016 Roland Garros 15-7 QF 4R QF 1R 4R — 2R 2R — —
ATP Masters 1000 Paris 2R (d. Wimbledon 13-8 3R 4R 2R 4R 3R 3R 1R 1R — 1R
Troicki). US Open 18-8 — SF 1R F 1R 3R 1R 3R — 4R
> Defeated No. 1 Djokovic to
become 1st Asian in a Grand NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Slam men’s singles final at 2014 Career 18 17 16 15 14
US Open (l. to Cilic). Reached ATP 4-7 — SF RR SF
Masters 1000 finals at 2014
Madrid, 2016 Miami and 2016 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 83-45)
Toronto. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
> Beat 2008 Beijing Olympics gold Indian Wells 10-9 QF QF 4R 3R 3R 2R 1R — 1R 1R
medalist Nadal to capture 2016 Miami 20-7 QF F QF SF 4R 4R 2R — — 1R
Rio Olympics bronze medal. Monte-Carlo 2-1 — — — — — 3R — — — —
Madrid 16-5 QF SF SF F QF — 1R — — —
Rome 7-4 3R SF QF — 2R — — — — —
Canada 9-5 2R F SF — 3R 2R — — — —
Cincinnati 3-4 — 3R — — 1R 3R 1R — — —
Shanghai 8-5 — — 3R 2R 3R 2R SF — — —
Paris 8-5 — 3R 3R SF 3R 3R 1R — — —

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BENOIT PAIRE FRA
@benoitpaire @BenoitPaireOffciel @benpaire
BORN: 8 May 1989, Avignon, France HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.96m (6'5") / 80kg (176lbs)
RESIDENCE: Geneva, Switzerland PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 153-169 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $5,179,002
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 6-29 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 18 (11 January 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 9-5 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 84 (5 August 2013)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (1): 2015 (1): Bastad (CL). > Favourite surface is clay and
PRIZE MONEY: $1,116,763 FINALIST (4): 2017 (1): Metz (IH); 2015 shot is backhand
W-L: 31-31 (singles), 7-18 (doubles) (1): Tokyo (H); 2013 (1): Montpellier Favourite hobby is watching
> 
SINGLES F (1): Metz (IH); 2012 (1): Belgrade (CL). football and is a big supporter
SF (4): Chennai, Montpellier, CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). of Olympique de Marseille
Marrakech, Stuttgart > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
PERSONAL would have loved to have
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Nicknamed "La Tige" (the stalk) played football
> Rose 99 spots to finish 2015 at because he's tall and thin > Voted by fellow players as 2015
No. 19, then reached career-high > Began playing tennis at age 6 ATP Comeback Player of the
No. 18 on 11 January 2016 with his father, who used to Year
following run to Chennai SF. work at a small tennis club next > Coached by Thierry Champion
Finished 5 of last 6 seasons in to his house (since August 2016)
Top 50 (2012-13, 2015-17) > Father, Philippe, works at the
> Captured 1st ATP World Tour SNCF (French railway system);
singles title at 2015 Bastad mother, Eliane works for the
without dropping a set. Also in local government of the
2015, won Futures title at Vaucluse; brother, Thomas,
Bressuire, FRA and Challenger also plays tennis (teamed up at
titles at Bergamo, ITA; Quimper, 2017 Lyon)
FRA; and Mouilleron Le Captif, > Idol growing up was Marat Safin
FRA. Became 1st player since
Darcis in 2007 to win a Futures,
Challenger and ATP title in same YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
season. 2017: 41 (31-31) 2014: 118 (10-19) 2011: 95 (5-10) 2008: 638 (0-0)
> Defeated No. 3 Wawrinka for 2016: 47 (23-32) 2013: 26 (32-30) 2010: 152 (1-4) 2007: 675 (0-0)
biggest win of career in 2017 ATP 2015: 19 (25-17) 2012: 47 (26-26) 2009: 333 (0-0)
Masters 1000 Madrid 2R. Lost to
Wawrinka in biggest final of GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 29-28)
career at 2015 Tokyo. Teamed w/ W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
Wawrinka for lone doubles title Aus. Open 5-6 3R 1R — 3R 1R 1R 2R —
at 2013 Chennai. Roland Garros 7-8 1R 2R 3R 2R 3R 2R 1R 1R
> Saved 2 MPs to beat Nishikori en Wimbledon 9-7 4R 2R 2R 1R 3R 3R 1R —
route to 2015 US Open 4R. Also US Open 8-7 2R 2R 4R 2R 1R 2R — 2R
reached 2017 Wimbledon 4R.
Won a 5-setter at 4 straight ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 28-37)
Grand Slam events from 2016 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
Roland Garros through 2017 Indian Wells 2-4 1R 2R — — 3R 1R
Australian Open. Miami 3-3 3R 3R — — 1R —
> Posted double-digit win totals in Monte-Carlo 4-5 1R 3R 2R 1R 2R —
6 straight seasons (2012-17). Madrid 3-4 3R 1R — 1R 2R —
Played 30+ tournaments in 2013, Rome 6-3 2R 2R — — SF —
2016 and 2017, including all 4 Canada 4-4 2R 1R — 2R 3R —
Grand Slams and 9 ATP Masters Cincinnati 1-5 1R 1R 2R 1R 1R —
1000 events. Reached 1st ATP Shanghai 3-4 1R 2R — — 2R 2R
Masters 1000 QF and SF at 2013 Paris 2-5 1R 1R 2R — 1R 2R
Rome.

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TOMMY PAUL USA
@TommyPaul1 @tommypaull
BORN: 17 May 1997, Voorhees, NJ, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 78kg (173lbs)
RESIDENCE: Greenville, NC, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 7-9 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $352,690
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 151 (20 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 288 (31 October 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Peaked at No. 3 in junior rankings moving from New Jersey as a
PRIZE MONEY: $185,013 on 14 September 2015. Posted 3-month-old
W-L: 6-4 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) 65-29 record on ITF Junior > Favourite shot is overhead and
SINGLES QF (2): Atlanta, Washington Circuit with wins over fellow tournament is US Open
#NextGenATP players Auger- Idol growing up was Andy
> 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Aliassime, de Minaur, Fritz, Roddick
> Rose from No. 400 on 26 June Mmoh and Moutet. Hobbies
>  include surfing,
2017 to No. 174 on 7 August 2017, basketball, golf and dirt biking
then achieved career-high No. PERSONAL Favourite sports team is
> 
151 on 20 November 2017. > Began playing tennis at age 7 after Philadelphia Eagles (NFL)
Jumped more than 600 spots in being introduced by his parents Trains at USTA National
> 
year-end rankings to finish 2015 > Father, Kevin; mother, Jill; Campus in Orlando
at No. 274. brother, Dylan; sister, Jessie Lynn > Coached by Diego Moyano. Fitness
> Advanced to back-to-back QFs at > Grew up in Greenville, NC after trainer is Gabe Echevarria.
2017 Atlanta as Q and 2017
Washington as WC. Beat No. 17
Pouille for biggest win of career YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
in 2017 Washington 2R. As WC at 2017: 152 (6-4) 2016: 285 (1-4) 2015: 274 (0-1) 2014: 946 (0-0)
2016 Houston, earned 1st ATP
win in singles (d. Lorenzi) and GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-2)
doubles w/Opelka (d. Monroe/N. W-L 18 17 16 15
Skupski). Enjoyed 1st ATP Aus. Open 0-0 — — —
Masters 1000 win at 2017 Roland Garros 0-0 — — —
Cincinnati as WC (d. Young). Wimbledon 0-0 — — —
> Earned WC into 2017 US Open by US Open 0-2 1R — 1R
winning USTA's US Open Wild
Card Challenge. Made tour-level ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 1-2)
debut at 2015 US Open as Q. W-L 18 17 16
> After qualifying at 2015 US Open Indian Wells 0-0 — —
in men’s draw, ended junior Miami 0-1 — 1R
career at same event by reaching Monte-Carlo 0-0 — —
boys’ final (l. to Fritz). Reached Madrid 0-0 — —
junior singles and doubles finals Rome 0-0 — —
at 2015 Roland Garros, beating Canada 0-0 — —
Fritz in 3 sets to win singles title Cincinnati 1-1 2R —
and finishing as runner-up in Shanghai 0-0 — —
doubles w/Blumberg. Paris 0-0 — —

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JOHN PEERS AUS
www.johnpeerstennis.com @johnwpeers @johnpeerstennis @johnwpeers
BORN: 25 July 1988, Melbourne, Australia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 84kg (185lbs)
RESIDENCE: Melbourne, Australia PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 211-120 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 456 (11 June 2012)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,983,689 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 2 (3 April 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Won ATP Masters 1000 titles w/ tennis court in his backyard
PRIZE MONEY: $1,164,647 Kontinen at 2016 Paris and 2017 > Mom, Elizabeth, played professional
W-L: 46-19 (doubles) Shanghai. Also advanced to 2016 tennis; sister, Sally, plays on
DOUBLES TITLES (5): Australian Open, Shanghai final w/Kontinen. WTA Tour
Washington, Beijing, Shanghai, > Hobbies include golf, surfing,
ATP Finals (all w/Kontinen) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (16): 2017 (5): AFL and cricket
SF (5): Dubai, Rome (both w/ ATP Finals (IH), Shanghai (H), > Played college tennis in USA at
Kontinen), 's-Hertogenbosch Beijing (H), Washington (H), Middle Tennessee State
(w/Thompson), Wimbledon, US Australian Open (H); 2016 (5): ATP University (2008-10), then
Open (both w/Kontinen) Finals (IH), Paris (IH), Hamburg (CL), Baylor University (2011)
Munich (CL), Brisbane (H) (all w/ > Favourite band is Coldplay
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Kontinen); 2015 (2): Hamburg (CL), > Admires Roger Federer because
> Achieved career-high No. 2 in Brisbane (H); 2014 (1): Munich (CL); he is an all-court player
doubles on 3 April 2017. Finished 2013 (3): Bangkok (IH), Gstaad (CL), > Favourite tournament is
3 straight seasons in Top 10 Houston (CL) (all w/J. Murray). Wimbledon
(2015-17), highlighted by year- FINALIST (11). Wife, Danielle (married 26
> 
end No. 4 in 2017. Ended 2017 at November 2016); daughter,
No. 2 in team rankings w/ PERSONAL Ellie Rose (born 18 May 2017)
Kontinen. > Began playing tennis as soon as
> Captured back-to-back Nitto he could walk because he had a
ATP Finals titles w/Kontinen in
2016 and 2017. First team to
successfully defend title since YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Bryan/Bryan in 2004. Went 1-2 in 2017: 4 (46-19) 2014: 43 (36-27) 2011: 357 (0-0) 2008: T1175 (0-0)
2015 w/J. Murray. 2016: 9 (46-23) 2013: 29 (37-22) 2010: N/R (0-0)
> Owns 16-11 record in ATP 2015: 8 (45-27) 2012: 78 (1-2) 2009: N/R (0-0)
doubles finals, including 7
straight wins in finals w/ GRAND SLAM DOUBLES HISTORY (1 title)
Kontinen. Went 6-10 in 1st 16 Aus. Open W - 2017 (w/Kontinen)
finals of career w/J. Murray. Wimbledon F - 2015 (w/J. Murray)
Owns 5-2 record against J. US Open F - 2015 (w/J. Murray)
Murray with 5 straight wins.
> Secured 1st Grand Slam title at NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
2017 Australian Open w/ Career 18 17 16 15
Kontinen, becoming 1st Aussie 10-3 W W RR (2016-17 w/Kontinen, 2015 w/J. Murray)
to win his home major since
Woodbridge in 2001. Reached ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)
back-to-back Grand Slam finals W - 2017 ; F - 2016 (both w/Kontinen)
Shanghai
w/J. Murray at 2015 Wimbledon Paris W - 2016 (w/Kontinen)
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GUIDO PELLA ARG
@guido_pella @guido_pella
BORN: 17 May 1990, Bahia Blanca, Argentina HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 83kg (183lbs)
RESIDENCE: Buenos Aires, Argentina PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 43-63 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,892,801
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 2-5 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 39 (21 March 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 2-5 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 119 (21 September 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER FINALIST (2): 2017 (1): Munich Idol growing up was Roger
> 
PRIZE MONEY: $479,913 (CL); 2016 (1): Rio de Janeiro (CL). Federer
W-L: 16-18 (singles), 1-4 (doubles) Supports Manchester United
> 
SINGLES F (1): Munich PERSONAL football club and admires
SF (1): Chengdu > Began playing tennis at age 5 Wayne Rooney, Formula One
QF (1): Sao Paulo with his father, Carlos, who is a racing driver Sebastian Vettel
tennis coach; mother, Charo, is and the late Steve Jobs
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS a university teacher; sisters, Trains at Parque Norte in
> 
> Finished 4 seasons in Top 100 Catalina, also a tennis player, Buenos Aires
(2013, 2015-17), achieving and Sol > Coached by countryman Gustavo
career-high No. 39 on 21 March Favourite surfaces are hard
>  Marcaccio. Fitness trainer is Juan
2016 after reaching ATP Masters and clay, and considers Galvan.
1000 Indian Wells 3R. backhand his best shot
> Saved 3 MPs to be Isner en route > Favourite tournament is US Open
to 1st ATP World Tour final at
2016 Rio de Janeiro. Won 6
matches to reach 2nd final at YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
2017 Munich as Q. Earned 2017: 64 (16-18) 2014: 156 (3-4) 2011: 350 (0-0) 2008: 557 (0-0)
biggest win of career over No. 7 2016: 80 (16-23) 2013: 94 (7-13) 2010: 420 (0-0) 2007: 586 (0-0)
Thiem in 2017 Chengdu 2R. 2015: 74 (1-4) 2012: 108 (0-1) 2009: 308 (0-0) 2006: T1370 (0-0)
> Reached Grand Slam 2R on 5
occasions, most recently at 2017 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-13)
US Open. Advanced to ATP W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
Masters 1000 3R at 2016 Indian Aus. Open 1-3 1R 2R — — 1R —
Wells and 2017 Miami. Roland Garros 2-3 1R 2R — — 2R —
> Owns 12-2 record in ATP Wimbledon 0-2 — 1R — — 1R —
Challenger Tour finals, winning US Open 2-5 2R 2R 1R — 1R 1R
titles in 2017 at Milan, ITA and
Floridablanca, COL. Champion ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 6-12)
of 2012 ATP Challenger Tour W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
Finals, beating Ungur 76 in 3rd Indian Wells 3-3 2R 3R — — 1R
for title after losing to Ungur 76 in Miami 3-4 3R 1R — 1R 2R
3rd during RR. Monte-Carlo 0-1 — 1R — — —
> Helped Argentina win 1st Davis Madrid 0-1 — 1R — — —
Cup title in 2016, posting Rome 0-1 — 1R — — —
victories in 1R (d. Przysiezny), QF Canada 0-0 — — — — —
w/Del Potro (d. Fognini/Lorenzi) Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — —
and SF (d. Edmund). Did not play Shanghai 0-1 — 1R — — —
in final (ARG d. CRO 3-2). Paris 0-1 — 1R — — —

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LUCAS POUILLE FRA
@la_pouille @iamlucaspouille @lucaspouille
BORN:23February1994,Grande-Synthe,France HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 81kg (179lbs)
RESIDENCE: Dubai, UAE PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 85-66 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,514,157
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 5-11 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 13 (8 May 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 6-2 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 79 (11 April 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Clinched 2017 Davis Cup title for and Jonathan
PRIZE MONEY: $2,041,133 France by defeating Darcis in > A dmires Roger Federer, whom
W-L: 36-22 (singles), 6-13 (doubles) deciding rubber 63 61 60 (FRA d. he occasionally trains with in
SINGLES TITLES (3): Budapest, BEL 3-2). One of 8 Frenchmen to Dubai
Stuttgart, Vienna win a Davis Cup match in 2017. > Favourite surface is hard and
F (1): Marseille shot is forehand
SF (2): Dubai, Monte-Carlo CAREER TITLES (4): 2017 (3): Vienna(IH), Completed his baccalaureate
> 
Stuttgart (G), Budapest (CL); 2016 degree (at INSEP)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (1): Metz (IH). FINALIST (2): 2017 (1): > Hobbies include going shopping,
> Finished 2 straight seasons in Marseille (IH); 2016 (1): Bucharest fashion and hanging out with
Top 20 (2016-17), reaching (CL). friends and family
career-high No. 13 on 8 May 2017 In 2016, received ATP Most
> 
soon after winning Budapest PERSONAL Improved Player of the Year
title. Achieved new career-high 8 > Started playing tennis at age 8 Award (voted by players)
times in 2016 despite being > Father, Pascal; mother, Lena, > Coached by Emmanuel Planque
ranked outside Top 80 from 18 is Finnish; brothers, Nicolas
January to 18 April.
> Followed 1st title at 2016 Metz
with titles in 2017 at Budapest on YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
clay, Stuttgart on grass and 2017: 18 (36-22) 2015: 78 (12-14) 2013: 192 (1-4) 2011: T1627 (0-0)
Vienna on hard. Only player on 2016: 15 (34-22) 2014: 133 (2-4) 2012: 494 (0-0)
ATP World Tour to win titles on 3
surfaces in 2017. Saved 2 MPs in GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 16-15)
Budapest 2R (d. Vesely) and 1 MP W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
in Stuttgart 2R (d. Struff). Aus. Open 0-4 1R 1R 1R 1R —
> Reached Grand Slam QFs at Roland Garros 4-5 3R 2R 1R 1R 2R
Wimbledon and US Open in 2016. Wimbledon 5-3 2R QF 1R — —
Beat Chiudinelli, Bautista Agut US Open 7-3 4R QF 1R — —
and Nadal in 5 sets at US Open.
Win over No. 5 Nadal is biggest of ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 22-20)
career. Joined Monfils and W-L 18 17 16 15 14
Tsonga at 2016 US Open as 1st Indian Wells 1-2 3R 1R — —
French trio to reach same Grand Miami 3-2 2R 4R — —
Slam QF in Open Era. Monte-Carlo 7-3 SF 3R 2R —
> Became 2nd LL to reach an ATP Madrid 1-2 1R 2R — —
Masters 1000 SF at 2016 Rome Rome 2-2 1R SF — —
(also T. Johansson at 2004 Canada 1-2 1R 2R — —
Toronto). Also reached 2017 ATP Cincinnati 0-1 — 1R — —
Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo SF. Shanghai 3-2 2R 3R — —
Paris 4-4 3R 3R 1R 3R

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SAM QUERREY USA
@SamQuerrey @samquerrey
BORN: 7 October 1987, San Francisco, CA, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.98m (6'6") / 95kg (210lbs)
RESIDENCE: Santa Monica, CA, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 321-257 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $9,977,508
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 18-56 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 13 (30 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 7-10 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 23 (17 May 2010)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS 2008 Monte-Carlo and 2012 college baseball instead;


PRIZE MONEY: $2,402,827 Paris. Fell in ATP Masters 1000 mother, Chris; sister, Ellen
W-L: 36-21 (singles), 16-15 (doubles) Rome doubles final w/Isner in > Had a full scholarship offer to
SINGLES TITLES (2): Acapulco, Los 2010 before winning title play at University of Southern
Cabos together in 2011. California before deciding to
SF (1): Wimbledon turn pro in June 2006
QF (5): Delray Beach, Houston, CAREER TITLES (10): 2017 (2): Los Cabos > Favourite surface is hard, and
Geneva, London/Queen's Club, (H), Acapulco (H); 2016 (1): Delray serve and forehand are
US Open Beach (H); 2012 (1): Los Angeles (H); strengths
2010 (4): Los Angeles (H), London / Hobbies
>  include playing
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Queen's Club (G), Belgrade (CL), basketball, table tennis and
> Ended 2017 at career-high No. 13 Memphis (IH); 2009 (1): Los Angeles golf
- his 11th straight Top100 finish. (H); 2008 (1): Las Vegas (H). > Fan of Los Angeles Lakers (NBA)
Broke into Top 50 as 19-year-old FINALIST (7): 2015 (2): Nottingham (G), > Hit two home runs in batting
on 20 August 2007 following run Houston (CL); 2010 (1): Houston practice on 29 March 2008 at
to ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati (CL); 2009 (4): New Haven (H), Hard Rock Stadium in Miami
QF. Earned 1st ATP ranking point Indianapolis (H), Newport (G), > In March 2015, was part of the
1 day before 16th birthday on 6 Auckland (H). Bravo TV show "The Millionaire
October 2003. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). FINALIST (8). Matchmaker"
> W inner of 10 singles titles, Coached by Craig Boynton.
> 
including Mexican sweep in PERSONAL Fitness trainer is Gena Ball.
2017 at Acapulco and Los > Began playing tennis at age 4 Missed 3 months following
> 
Cabos. Reached 5 singles finals after being introduced by his right elbow surgery in June
in 2009 (1-4) and 2010 (4-1). mother 2011
Four titles in 2010 were 3rd- Father, Mike, a mortgage
> 
most on tour behind Nadal’s 7 banker who was drafted by
and Federer’s 5. Detroit Tigers but chose to play
> E arned 20+ victories in 9 of last
10 seasons (2008-10, 2012-17),
posting 300th win in 2017 YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Geneva 1R (d. Altmaier). 2017: 13 (36-21) 2013: 46 (27-22) 2009: 25 (41-23) 2005: T756 (0-0)
Secured 1st of 18 Top 10 wins 2016: 31 (28-23) 2012: 22 (37-25) 2008: 39 (28-26) 2004: N/R (0-0)
after hitting record 10 straight 2015: 59 (20-24) 2011: 93 (12-15) 2007: 63 (19-22) 2003: T1405 (0-0)
aces vs. Blake in 2007 2014: 35 (28-21) 2010: 18 (39-24) 2006: 127 (6-11)
Indianapolis QF.
> Reached 1st SF in 42nd Grand GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 50-43)
Slam appearance at 2017 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06
Wimbledon -- an Open Era- Aus. Open 11-11 3R 1R 1R 3R 3R 2R 1R 1R 1R 3R 3R —
record. First American Grand Roland Garros 4-11 1R 1R 1R 2R 3R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R —
Slam semi-finalist since Wimbledon 17-10 SF QF 2R 2R 1R 3R — 4R 2R 1R 1R —
Roddick at 2009 Wimbledon. US Open 18-11 QF 1R 1R 3R 2R 3R — 4R 3R 4R 1R 2R
First player since Becker in
1988-89 to beat World No. 1 and ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 61-69)
since Sampras in 1992-93 to W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06
beat defending champion at Indian Wells 13-12 2R 3R 1R 2R 4R 2R 4R 3R 3R 2R 2R 2R
back-to-back Wimbledons (d. Miami 9-12 3R 2R 2R 2R 4R 2R 3R 2R 2R 2R 2R 1R
Djokovic in 2016 3R and Murray Monte-Carlo 3-1 — — — — — — — — — QF — —
in 2017 QF). Ended Djokovic’s Madrid 4-6 — 3R 2R — 1R — 1R 1R 2R — — —
30-match Grand Slam win Rome 4-8 3R 1R 1R — 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R — — —
streak en route to 2016 Canada 7-7 3R 2R 2R — — 3R — 2R 1R 1R — —
Wimbledon QF. Also reached Cincinnati 11-11 2R 1R 2R 2R 1R 2R — 2R 3R 2R QF 1R
2017 US Open QF. Shanghai 5-6 3R 1R 1R — 1R 3R — 2R — — — —
> A dvanced to ATP Masters 1000 Paris 5-6 2R — — 2R — QF — 1R — 2R 1R —
QFs at 2007 Cincinnati as WC, Doubles Titles (1): 2011 - Rome (w/Isner)

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ALBERT RAMOS-VINOLAS ESP
@albertramos88 Albert Ramos @albertramosvinolas
BORN: 17 January 1988, Barcelona, Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 80kg (177lbs)
RESIDENCE: Mataro, Spain PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 157-178 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $5,425,723
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 5-32 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 17 (8 May 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 7-5 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 150 (6 November 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (1): 2016 (1): Bastad (CL). spending time with friends and
PRIZE MONEY: $1,781,770 FINALIST (4): 2017 (2): Monte-Carlo family
W-L: 34-31 (singles), 6-24 (doubles) (CL), Sao Paulo (CL); 2016 (1): Big fan of FC Barcelona and
> 
SINGLES F (2): Sao Paulo, Chengdu (H); 2012 (1): Casablanca likes to go to Camp Nou when
Monte-Carlo (CL). he gets a chance
SF (2): Quito, Rio de Janeiro CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Pursuing an online business
> 
QF (6): Chennai, Buenos Aires, administration degree
Marrakech, Barcelona, Bastad, PERSONAL > Idol growing up was Alex Corretja
Shanghai > Began playing tennis at age 5 Wife, Helena (married 11
> 
because of his father, who November 2017)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS played at the local club in Mataro > Coached by Jose Maria Diaz,
> F inished 7 straight seasons in Father, Guzman, is a dentist;
>  Noe Losmozos and Juan M. Ros
Top 100 (2011-17) and improved mother, Leonor; brother, Eduard;
year-end ranking in 4 straight sister, Anna
seasons (2014-17). Achieved > Favourite surface is clay and
career-high No. 17 on 8 May 2017 favourite shot is forehand
soon after reaching ATP Masters > When not on the tour, enjoys
1000 Monte-Carlo final.
> Five-time finalist on ATP World
Tour, beating fellow Spanish left- YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
hander Verdasco for 1st title at 2017: 23 (34-31) 2013: 82 (20-23) 2009: 168 (0-0) 2005: T1254 (0-0)
2016 Bastad. Posted double- 2016: 27 (34-31) 2012: 51 (25-30) 2008: 452 (0-0) 2004: T1447 (0-0)
digit win totals in 7 straight 2015: 54 (16-23) 2011: 66 (13-16) 2007: 707 (0-0)
seasons (2011-17), highlighted 2014: 63 (13-20) 2010: 123 (2-4) 2006: T779 (0-0)
by 34-win efforts in both 2016
and 2017. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 17-25)
> Advanced to 3R, 4R and QF of a W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
Grand Slam for 1st time at 2016 Aus. Open 1-6 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R 1R —
Roland Garros. Also advanced to Roland Garros 8-7 4R QF 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R
2017 Roland Garros 4R. Wimbledon 5-5 3R 3R 2R — 1R 1R —
> Reached QF, SF and final of an US Open 3-7 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R 2R 1R
ATP Masters 1000 event for 1st
time at 2017 Monte-Carlo. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 38-37)
Earned biggest win of career W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
over No. 1 Murray in 3R, rallying Indian Wells 8-5 3R 3R 3R — 2R 3R —
from 04 down in 3rd set. Also Miami 7-5 2R 2R 2R — 4R 3R —
reached 2017 ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo 8-6 F 1R 2R 2R 2R 1R —
Shanghai QF. Defeated No. 3 Madrid 3-5 1R 2R 2R 2R — 1R —
Federer in 2015 Shanghai 2R. Rome 2-4 1R 2R — — 2R 1R —
> Owns 100+ wins on ATP World Canada 0-1 1R — — — — — —
Tour (157-178), ATP Challenger Cincinnati 2-3 3R 1R — — — 1R —
Tour (135-64, 7 titles) and ITF Shanghai 6-5 QF 1R 3R — — 1R 2R
Futures Circuit (103-71, 4 titles). Paris 2-3 2R 2R — — — 2R —

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MILOS RAONIC CAN
www.milosraonicofficial.com @milosraonic @MilosRaonicOfficial @mraonic
BORN: 27 December 1990, Podgorica, MNE HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.96m (6'5") / 98kg (216lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 288-132 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $15,804,114
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 26-54 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 3 (21 November 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 9-6 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 103 (10 June 2013)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL matched for a total of $30,000.


PRIZE MONEY: $1,409,446 > Began playing tennis at age 8 > Fan of FC Barcelona, Toronto
W-L:29-12 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) > Moved from Podgorica, Raptors (NBA) and Toronto
SINGLES F (2): Delray Beach, Istanbul Montenegro to Canada at age 3 Blue Jays (MLB)
SF (2): Brisbane, Lyon > Father, Dusan; mother, Vesna, > Member of Forbes 30 Under 30
QF (4): Australian Open, Rome, are both engineers; sister, Sports list in 2017
Wimbledon, Washington Jelena and brother, Momir > Named QMI Agency Canadian
> Speaks English and Montenegrin Male Athlete of the Year in 2012,
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Idol growing up was Sampras: Sportsnet's 2013 Canadian Athlete
> Finished 2016 at career-high No. "I video-taped all his matches" of the Year and Lionel Conacher
3 after reaching Nitto ATP Finals > Was among the 1st group of Award recipient in 2013 and 2014
SF. First Canadian to break into players to join Tennis Canada's > Voted 2011 ATP Newcomer of
Top 10, doing so on 12 August National Training Centre in the Year by his fellow players
2013 following run to ATP Montreal when it opened in > Coached by Javier Piles.
Masters 1000 Montreal final. 2007 Fitness trainers are Marino
Ended 6 straight seasons in Top > Favourite surface is hard and Basic and Avi Kowalsky.
25 (2012-17). shots are serve and forehand > Underwent right hip surgery in
> Reached SFs at 2016 Nitto ATP > Enjoys watching movies and 2011, right foot surgery in 2015
Finals, losing to No. 1 Murray 76 spending time with family/friends and left wrist surgery in 2017.
in 3rd after holding 1 MP. > Founded Milos Raonic Foundation Also struggled with right leg
Withdrew in 2014 after going 0-2 in 2012 to help disadvantaged injury through much of 2017,
(thigh). youth become active, productive missing 5 ATP Masters 1000
> Captured 8 ATP World Tour titles members of society. Foundation events and US Open.
-- all on hard. First player born in received ATP ACES For Charity
1990s to win a title at 2011 San $15,000 grant in 2016, which it
Jose. Won 1st ATP World Tour
500 title at 2014 Washington in
1st All-Canadian final (d. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Pospisil). Earned 25+ wins in 7 2017: 24 (29-12) 2014: 8 (49-20) 2011: 31 (31-19) 2008: 923 (0-0)
straight seasons (2011-17), 2016: 3 (52-17) 2013: 11 (45-21) 2010: 156 (4-6) 2007: T1369 (0-0)
including career-high 52 in 2016. 2015: 14 (33-16) 2012: 13 (45-20) 2009: 377 (0-1)
> Defeated No. 3 Federer in 5 sets
to become 1st Canadian Grand GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 69-26)
Slam men's singles finalist at W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
2016 Wimbledon. Reached Aus. Open 23-7 QF SF QF 3R 4R 3R 4R —
Grand Slam SFs at 2014 Roland Garros 14-6 4R 4R — QF 3R 3R 1R —
Wimbledon and 2016 Australian Wimbledon 20-7 QF F 3R SF 2R 2R 2R —
Open US Open 12-6 — 2R 3R 4R 4R 4R — 1R
> Advanced to ATP Masters 1000
finals at 2013 Montreal, 2014 NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Paris and 2016 Indian Wells. Career 18 17 16 15 14
Earned biggest win of career 2-4 — SF — RR
over No. 2 Federer in 2014 Paris
QF. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 89-52)
W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09
CAREER TITLES (8): 2016 (1): Brisbane Indian Wells 16-6 — F SF QF 4R 3R 3R — —
(H); 2015 (1): St. Petersburg (IH); Miami 11-4 3R QF 4R QF 3R 3R 2R — —
2014 (1): Washington (H); 2013 (2): Monte-Carlo 10-6 — QF QF QF 2R 1R 3R — —
Bangkok (IH), San Jose (IH); 2012 (2): Madrid 9-7 3R QF QF 3R 2R 2R 1R — —
San Jose (IH), Chennai (H); 2011 (1): Rome 6-6 QF 2R — SF 1R 1R 1R — —
San Jose (IH). FINALIST (13). Canada 10-8 2R QF 2R QF F QF — 1R 1R
CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Cincinnati 11-5 — SF 1R SF 3R QF — — —
Shanghai 7-6 — 3R 3R 2R 3R 2R 2R — —
Paris 9-4 — SF — F 3R 3R 1R — —

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JEAN-JULIEN ROJER NED
@JeanJulienRojer @julrojer
BORN: 25 August 1981, Curacao HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 82kg (180lbs)
RESIDENCE: Dubai, UAE PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 339-239 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 218 (15 August 2005)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,095,533 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 3 (23 November 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati w/ mother, Nazira, is a pre-school


PRIZE MONEY: $784,537 Tecau. teacher. Older brother, Jamil,
W-L: 44-26 (doubles) is an oral maxilofacial surgeon.
DOUBLES TITLES (4): Dubai, Geneva, CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (25): 2017 (4): Fan of TV shows Entourage,
> 
Winston-Salem, US Open (all w/ US Open (H), Winston-Salem (H), Californication and Modern Family
Tecau) Geneva (CL), Dubai (H) (all w/ > Left Curacao at 13 and moved
F (1): Stockholm (w/Qureshi) Tecau); 2016 (1): Madrid (CL) (w/ to Miami, where he used to
SF (4): Rotterdam, Barcelona, Tecau); 2015 (3): ATP Finals (H), practise at Crandon Park.
Shanghai, Paris (all w/Tecau) Wimbledon (G), Rotterdam (IH) > Spent 3 years at UCLA and is
(all w/Tecau); 2014 (8): Valencia 4-time NCAA All-American in
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (IH), Beijing (H), Shenzhen (H), singles and doubles
> Finished 6 of last 7 seasons in Washington (H), ’s-Hertogenbosch Speaks Dutch, English and
> 
doubles Top 20 (2011-15, 2017), (G), Bucharest (CL), Casablanca Spanish
highlighted by career-high No. 3 (CL), Zagreb (IH) (all w/Tecau); > Favourite surface is clay
to end 2015. Also ended 2015 at 2013 (2): Stockholm (IH), Miami Idol growing up was Jonas
> 
No. 1 in team rankings w/Tecau, (H) (both w/Qureshi); 2012 (2): Bjorkman
clinching top spot with SF win Halle (G), Estoril (CL) (both w/ Hobbies are watching and
> 
over Bryan/Bryan at Nitto ATP Qureshi); 2011 (3): Kuala Lumpur playing football, baseball and
Finals. (IH), Nice (CL), Estoril (CL) (all w/ basketball. Supports the
> Swept 5 matches and 10 sets en Butorac); 2010 (2): Stockholm Miami Heat (NBA).
route to 2015 Nitto ATP Finals (IH), Tokyo (H) (both w/Butorac). > L ikes to listen to hip hop before
title w/Tecau. First team to win FINALIST (16). matches to get 'pumped up'
season finale without losing a set > Received ATP ACES For Charity
since RR play began in 1986. PERSONAL grant in 2017 for support of The
Went 11-0 in London w/Tecau > Nickname is "Jules" Greater Curacao Tennis Patrons
during 2015 season (6-0 at > Started playing tennis at age 6 Foundation, which will be re-
Wimbledon). Owns 0-12 Nitto because he wanted to follow named the Jean-Julien Rojer
ATP Finals record besides 2015 his brother Foundation
title run, also qualifying in 2012 Father, Randall, is a dentist,
> 
and 2013 w/Qureshi, then 2014
and 2017 w/Tecau.
> Won 25 ATP doubles titles with 3 YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
partners (Butorac, Qureshi and 2017: 7 (44-26) 2012: 13 (41-31) 2007: 187 (1-3) 2002: T1159 (1-0)
Tecau), including 1+ each year 2016: 27 (25-23) 2011: T20 (42-26) 2006: 175 (1-1) 2001: N/R (1-1)
from 2010-17. Captured career- 2015: 3 (51-22) 2010: 41 (28-26) 2005: 251 (1-0) 2000: T919 (0-0)
high 8 titles in 2014 w/Tecau on 4 2014: T16 (48-25) 2009: 43 (18-21) 2004: 241 (0-0) 1999: T1188(0-0)
different surfaces and 2013: T15 (31-28) 2008: 84 (6-5) 2003: 261 (0-1)
continents. Earned 300th win in
2017 Rotterdam QF w/Tecau (d. GRAND SLAM DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)
Lopez/Lopez). Roland Garros W - 2015 (w/Tecau)
> Beat Begemann/Knowle 15-13 Wimbledon Mixed: W - 2014 (w/Groenefeld)
in 5th and Bopanna/Mergea 13- US Open W - 2017 (w/Tecau)
11 in 5th en route to 2015
Wimbledon title w/Tecau. Added NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
2017 US Open title w/Tecau. Also Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
won mixed doubles title at 2014 5-12 RR — W RR RR RR (2014-15, 2017 w/Tecau; 2012-13 w/Qureshi)
Roland Garros w/Groenefeld.
> Captured 1st ATP Masters 1000 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)
title at 2013 Miami w/Qureshi Miami W - 2013 (w/Qureshi)
and 2nd at 2016 Madrid w/Tecau. Madrid W - 2016 (w/Tecau)
Runner-up at 2012 ATP Masters Cincinnati F - 2016 (w/Tecau)
1000 Paris w/Qureshi and 2016 Paris F - 2012 (w/Qureshi)

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ANDREY RUBLEV RUS
@AndreyRublev97 @andreyrublev
BORN: 20 October 1997, Moscow, Russia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 68kg (150lbs)
RESIDENCE: Moscow, Russia PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 33-37 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,697,899
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-6 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 35 (9 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 120 (2 November 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Finished 2014 as World No. 1 PERSONAL


PRIZE MONEY: $1,336,027 junior. Posted 109-38 record on > Nicknamed "Rubl"
W-L: 21-18 (singles),2-6 (doubles) ITF Junior Circuit with wins over > Began playing tennis at age 3
SINGLES TITLES (1): Umag fellow #NextGenATP players > Father, Andrey, is businessman
QF (3): Halle, US Open, Beijing Fritz, Kozlov, Mmoh, Munar, and former boxer; mother,
Paul, Tsitsipas and A. Zverev. Marina, is a tennis coach; sister,
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Won 2014 Roland Garros junior Arina, is also a tennis coach
> Achieved career-high ranking 12 singles title and reached 2014 > Favourite shot is forehand
times in 2017, peaking at No. 35 Wimbledon junior doubles final > Hobbies include boxing,
on 9 October after reaching w/Kozlov. basketball and music
Beijing QF. Broke into Top 150, > Supports Miami Heat (NBA)
Top 100 and Top 50 during 2017 CAREER TITLES (1): 2017 (1): Umag(CL). > Coached by former ATP pro
season. Improved year-end CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). Fernando Vicente
ranking in 4 straight seasons
(2014-17).
> Advanced to final of inaugural YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Next Gen ATP Finals in 2017 as 2017: 39 (21-18) 2015: 174 (8-13) 2013: 808 (0-0)
No. 1 seed, beating Quinzi, 2016: 156 (3-5) 2014: 517 (1-1)
Shapovalov and Coric, but losing
to Chung in RR and final. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 6-5)
> Captured 1st ATP singles title in W-L 18 17 16 15
1st final and after 1st SF at 2017 Aus. Open 1-1 2R — —
Umag as LL. First LL to win a title Roland Garros 0-1 1R — —
since Ram at 2009 Newport. Wimbledon 1-1 2R — —
Playing in hometown, won 1st US Open 4-2 QF — 1R
ATP doubles title at 2015 Moscow
w/Tursunov as 18-year-old WC. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 3-6)
Youngest ATP doubles champion W-L 18 17 16 15
since Nadal, 17, at 2004 Chennai. Indian Wells 0-0 — — —
> Earned biggest win of career Miami 2-3 2R 1R 2R
over No. 9 Dimitrov en route to Monte-Carlo 0-1 — 1R —
2017 US Open QF as 19-year-old. Madrid 0-0 — — —
Youngest US Open quarter- Rome 0-0 — — —
finalist since Roddick, 19, in Canada 0-0 — — —
2001. Qualified and reached 2R Cincinnati 0-0 — — —
at 2017 Australian Open and 2017 Shanghai 1-1 2R — —
Wimbledon. Paris 0-1 1R — —

NEXT GEN ATP FINALS


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CASPER RUUD NOR
@CasperRuud98 @CasperRuudTennis @casperruud
BORN: 22 December 1998, Oslo, Norway HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 77kg (170lbs)
RESIDENCE: Oslo, Norway PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 9-12 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $261,018
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 108 (19 June 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 785 (19 June 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL > If he wasn't a tennis player, he


PRIZE MONEY: $223,662 > Started playing tennis at age 4 would be a pilot
W-L: 7-9 (singles), 1-1 (doubles) with his dad Trains in Alicante, Spain and
> 
SINGLES SF (1): Rio de Janeiro > Father, Christian, is a former Oslo, Norway
ATP player who peaked at No. > C oached by Pedro Rico. Fitness
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 39, played in 1995 Bastad final trainer is Marcel Da Cruz.
> Achieved career-high No. 108 on and reached 1997 Australian
19 June 2017 after reaching Open 4R
Lyon, FRA Challenger QF. Rose > Mother, Lele Cathrine; sisters,
nearly 900 spots in year-end Caroline and Charlotte
rankings from No. 1,126 in 2015 > Favourite surface is clay, shot
to No. 231 in 2016. is forehand and tournament is
> Earned 1st 3 ATP World Tour Monte-Carlo
wins to reach 2017 Rio de Janeiro > Idol growing up was Rafael Nadal
SF as WC, falling to Carreno Enjoys golfing and watching
> 
Busta after holding 1 MP. NHL
> Yet to make Grand Slam main Favourite hockey team is
> 
draw debut, falling in qualifying Tampa Bay Lightning
at 2017 Australian Open, 2017
Roland Garros and 2017 US
Open. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Rallied from a set down 4 times 2017: 141 (7-9) 2016: 231 (2-3) 2015: T1126 (0-0)
and earned 7 wins overall en
route to 1st ATP Challenger Tour ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-2)
title at 2016 Seville, ESP as Q. W-L 18 17
> Became World No. 1 junior on 4 Indian Wells 0-0 —
January 2016. Went 82-37 on ITF Miami 0-1 1R
Junior Circuit with wins over Monte-Carlo 0-1 1R
fellow #NextGenATP players Madrid 0-0 —
Munar and Taberner. Reached Rome 0-0 —
junior doubles SFs w/ Canada 0-0 —
Kecmanovic at 2015 Wimbledon, Cincinnati 0-0 —
2016 Roland Garros and 2016 Shanghai 0-0 —
Wimbledon. Paris 0-0 —

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TENNYS SANDGREN USA
@TennysSandgren @tennyslyfe
BORN: 22 July 1991, Gallatin, TN, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 87kg (192lbs)
RESIDENCE: Gallatin, TN, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 2-6 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $478,785
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-2 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 85 (6 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 115 (6 January 2014)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL Hearthstone, reading and


PRIZE MONEY: $234,368 > Nicknamed "Sang" listening to music
W-L: 2-6 (singles) > Began playing tennis at age 5 Favourite sports team is the
> 
CHALLENGER: 46-22 (singles), 8-13 with his family Unicorns of Love video game
(doubles) > Father, David; mother, Lia; team
brother, Davey, also played at > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS University of Tennessee would be a failed pro gamer
> Achieved career-high No. 85 on 6 > Played 2 seasons at University of > C oached by Jim Madrigal
November 2017 after reaching Tennessee, leading Volunteers > Underwent left hip surgery on
Charlottesville, USA Challenger to 2010 NCAA team final as a 5 March 2014 and missed 6+
final. Broke into Top 100 on 12 freshman months, falling as low as No.
June 2017 following Grand Slam > Favourite surface is hard and 714 on 2 February 2015
debut at Roland Garros. shot is the SABR (Sneak Attack
> Qualified for 1st time in 15th try By Roger)
on tour and made ATP debut at > Favourite tournament is
2017 Houston. Earned 1st 2 ATP Tiburon, USA Challenger
wins at 2017 Washington (d. > Idols growing up were Andre
Soeda and Kyrgios, l. to A. Zverev Agassi and Gustavo Kuerten
in 3R). Enjoys playing video games
> 
> Won 2017 USTA Roland Garros League of Legends and
Wild Card Challenge, losing to
Kukushkin in Grand Slam debut.
Fell to Cilic in 2017 US Open 1R. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Boasts 106-90 record on ATP 2017: 96 (2-6) 2014: 648 (0-0) 2011: 538 (0-0) 2008: T1659 (0-0)
Challenger Tour with titles at 2016: 193 (0-0) 2013: 187 (0-0) 2010: T1373 (0-0)
2013 Champaign, USA; 2017 2015: 258 (0-0) 2012: 234 (0-0) 2009: 987 (0-0)
Tempe, USA and 2017 Savannah,
USA. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-2)
> Peaked at No. 9 in junior rankings W-L 18 17
on 20 April 2009. Went 70-38 on Aus. Open 0-0 —
ITF Junior Circuit, including wins Roland Garros 0-1 1R
over Basilashvili, Evans, Wimbledon 0-0 —
Harrison, Pospisil and Sock. US Open 0-1 1R

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AKIRA SANTILLAN AUS
@akirasantillan
BORN: 22 May 1997, Tokyo, Japan HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.80m (5'11") / 77kg (170lbs)
RESIDENCE: Brisbane, Australia PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 2-7 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $211,746
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 144 (13 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 265 (17 July 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Went 44-10 with 5 titles on ITF > Moved to Gold Coast, Australia
PRIZE MONEY: $139,498 Futures Circuit in 2016, finishing for tennis at age 7
W-L: 2-5 (singles) season on 23-1 run. > Stopped going to school at age 13
CHALLENGER: 27-19 (singles), 7-15 > Peaked at No. 7 in junior rankings Changed nationality from
> 
(doubles) on 6 July 2015. Posted 94-40 Australia to Japan in 2015 and
record on ITF Junior Circuit with from Japan to Australia in 2017
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS wins over fellow #NextGenATP > Speaks English, Japanese and
> Achieved career-high No. 144 on players Kwon, Lee, Mmoh and a little Spanish
13 November 2017 after reaching Ruud. Advanced to Grand Slam > Favourite surface is grass and
Kobe, JPN Challenger SF. Broke junior doubles finals at 2014 shots are serve and forehand
into Top 200 on 6 February 2017 Roland Garros w/Miedler and > Favourite tournament is
following run to Burnie, AUS 2015 Wimbledon w/Opelka. In Australian Open
Challenger SF. Improved year- singles, reached 2015 Australian > Idols growing up were Carlos
end ranking in 4 straight seasons Open junior SF. Moya and Roger Federer
(2014-17). Enjoys watching basketball
> 
> Earned 1st ATP World Tour PERSONAL and playing PlayStation 4
victory at 2017 Newport over > Began playing tennis at age 5 Favourite NBA team is Los
> 
fellow #NextGenATP player after father encouraged him to Angeles Clippers
Mmoh. Three days earlier, do so > Favourite athlete is Usain Bolt
captured title in 1st ATP > Father, Dean, is South African > Trains in Benidorm, Spain
Challenger Tour final at 2017 and served as his junior coach; > C oached by Ricardo Sanchez
Winnetka, USA. mother, Harumi, is Japanese
> Posted 27-19 record at
Challengers in 2017, including
SFs at Burnie, AUS; Taipei, TPE; YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Ho Chi Minh City, VIE and Kobe, 2017: 145 (2-5) 2015: 616 (0-0) 2013: T1799 (0-0)
JPN. 2016: 216 (0-2) 2014: T1419 (0-0)

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DIEGO SCHWARTZMAN ARG
@dieschwartzman @dieschwartzman
BORN:16August1992,BuenosAires,Argentina HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.70m (5'7") / 64kg (141lbs)
RESIDENCE: Buenos Aires, Argentina PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 70-76 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $3,013,699
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 2-14 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 25 (30 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 69 (13 April 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Owns 128-69 ATP Challenger Silvana; brothers, Andres and
PRIZE MONEY: $1,617,789 Tour record (123-62 on clay), Matias; sister, Natali
W-L: 39-28 (singles), 7-20 (doubles) winning 5 of his 8 titles in 2014: > Favourite surface is clay and
SINGLES F (1): Antwerp Aix en Provence, FRA; Prague, shot is backhand
SF (2): Istanbul, Tokyo CZE; Porto Alegre, BRA; San > Favourite tournament is Roland
QF (8): Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Juan, ARG and ATP Challenger Garros
Monte-Carlo, Bastad, Hamburg, Tour Finals. Idols growing up were Rafael
> 
Montreal, US Open, Vienna Nadal and Juan Roman Riquelme
CAREER TITLES (1): 2016 (1): Istanbul (football)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (CL).FINALIST (2): 2017 (1): Antwerp > Hobbies include playing football
> Achieved new career-high (IH); 2016 (1): Antwerp (IH). and watching Boca Juniors
ranking 9 times in 2017, peaking CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). > Coached by former World No.
at No. 25 on 30 October following 15 Juan Ignacio Chela. Fitness
run to Vienna QF. Broke into Top PERSONAL trainer is Martiniano Orazi.
50, Top 40 and Top 30 during 2017 > Began playing tennis at age 7
season. Father,
>  Ricardo; mother,
> Snapped 5-match losing streak
with 5 straight wins at 2016
Istanbul en route to 1st ATP YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
World Tour title. Saved 1 MP to 2017: 26 (39-28) 2014: 61 (2-4) 2011: 369 (0-0)
beat Dzumhur in QF before 2016: 52 (17-17) 2013: 118 (1-5) 2010: 417 (0-0)
rallying from a set and 52 down 2015: 88 (11-22) 2012: 169 (0-0) 2009: T1029 (0-0)
to defeat Dimitrov in final.
Advanced to Antwerp final in GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 10-14)
2016 and 2017. Reached QF-or- W-L 18 17 16 15 14
better at 11 events in 2017, Aus. Open 1-3 2R 1R 1R —
earning career-high 39 wins. Roland Garros 4-4 3R 1R 2R 2R
> Defeated 2014 champion Cilic en Wimbledon 0-3 1R 1R 1R —
route to 1st Grand Slam QF at US Open 5-4 QF 1R 2R 1R
2017 US Open. Shortest Grand
Slam quarter-finalist since ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 12-15)
fellow 5-foot-7 South American W-L 18 17 16 15
Yzaga at 1994 US Open. Reached Indian Wells 1-3 1R 1R 2R
Grand Slam 3R for 1st time at Miami 2-3 3R 1R 1R
2017 Roland Garros. Went 0-4 at Monte-Carlo 3-2 QF — 1R
Grand Slams in 2016. Madrid 1-1 2R — —
> Advanced to ATP Masters 1000 Rome 0-2 1R — 1R
QFs at 2017 Monte-Carlo and Canada 3-1 QF — —
2017 Montreal, where he saved 4 Cincinnati 0-1 1R — —
MPs vs. No. 7 Thiem for biggest Shanghai 1-1 2R — —
win of career. Paris 1-1 2R — —

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DUDI SELA ISR
BORN: 4 April 1985, Kiryat Shmonna, Israel HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.75m (5'9") / 65kg (144lbs)
RESIDENCE: Tel Aviv, Israel PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 136-184 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $3,574,712
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 3-14 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 29 (20 July 2009)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 9-8 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 122 (22 February 2010)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL Kiryat Shmonna and Manchester


PRIZE MONEY: $518,288 > Began playing tennis at age 7 at United
W-L: 13-17 (singles), 4-8 (doubles) the Israel Tennis Centre in > Favourite shot is backhand and
SINGLES SF (1): Chennai Kiryat Shmonna surface is hard court
QF (2): Shenzhen, Moscow > Father, Michael, is a bus driver; Wife, Marina (married 1 July
> 
mother, Anca, is a nurse; brothers, 2014); son, Ilay (born 16 March
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Ofer and Nir; sister, Shirley 2014); daughter, Talia (born 19
> Ended 10 of last 11 seasons in > Admires former Israeli No. 1 Amos October 2015)
Top 100 (2007-11, 2013-17), Mansdorf and Roger Federer > C oached by Yoav Ben Zvi
achieving career-high No. 29 on > Enjoys going to the beach and
20 July 2009 soon after run to surfing in Netanya, Israel
Wimbledon 4R. Likes football and supports
> 
> Earned biggest win of career
over No. 5 Ferrer en route to 1st
ATP World Tour final at 2008 YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Beijing. Also reached 2014 2017: 67 (13-17) 2012: 109 (12-19) 2007: 66 (10-5) 2002: 472 (0-0)
Atlanta final. 2016: 96 (11-18) 2011: 83 (8-15) 2006: 240 (0-2) 2001: T1379 (0-0)
> Advanced to 2009 Wimbledon 2015: 100 (8-10) 2010: 75 (16-20) 2005: 171 (1-2)
4R, becoming 1st Israeli into 2014: 99 (18-21) 2009: 43 (18-22) 2004: 260 (0-0)
Grand Slam R16 since Mansdorf 2013: 72 (4-10) 2008: 91 (17-23) 2003: 325 (0-0)
at 1992 Australian Open. Also
advanced to 3R at Australian GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 23-38)
Open in 2009, 2015 and 2016, as W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
well as at Wimbledon in 2017. Aus. Open 9-11 2R 3R 3R 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R 3R 2R 2R — —
Won 2003 Roland Garros junior Roland Garros 2-8 — 1R 2R 1R — 1R — 1R 2R 1R — — 1R
doubles title w/Balazs. Wimbledon 6-9 3R 1R 1R 1R — 1R 2R 1R 4R 1R — — —
> During 2007 Davis Cup World US Open 6-10 2R 1R 1R 2R 2R — 2R 2R 1R 1R 2R — —
Group Play-off vs. Chile,
defeated 2004 Athens Olympics ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 9-16)
gold medalists Massu in 5h7m W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
and F. Gonzalez in 5h1m (ISR d. Indian Wells 4-5 1R — — 1R — 2R — 3R — 2R
CHI 3-2). Miami 5-6 2R — — — 2R 1R — 2R 1R 3R
> Boasts 282-127 ATP Challenger Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
Tour record with 22 titles – 2nd Madrid 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
all-time behind Lu’s 29. Rome 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —
Canada 0-3 1R 1R — — — — — — 1R —
CAREER FINALIST (2): 2014 (1): Atlanta Cincinnati 0-1 — — — — — — — — 1R —
(H); 2008 (1): Beijing (H). Shanghai 0-1 — — — — — — — — 1R —
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). Paris 0-0 — — — — — — — — — —

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ANDREAS SEPPI ITA
www.andreasseppi.com @andyseppio
BORN: 21 February 1984, Bolzano, Italy HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 75kg (165lbs)
RESIDENCE: Caldaro, Italy PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 327-350 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $8,769,327
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 8-80 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 18 (28 January 2013)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 21-15 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 50 (14 April 2014)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (3): 2012 (2): Moscow (IH), > Idol growing up was Yevgeny
PRIZE MONEY: $609,153 Belgrade (CL); 2011 (1): Eastbourne Kafelnikov
W-L: 18-18 (singles), 5-9 (doubles) (G).FINALIST (5): 2015 (2): Halle (G), > Speaks German (from German-
SINGLES SF (1): Antalya Zagreb (IH); 2012 (2): Metz (IH), speaking region of Italy), Italian
QF (1): Moscow Eastbourne (G); 2007 (1): Gstaad and English
(CL). > Hobbies are football and skiing
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (6). Considers clay and grass as
> 
> Ended 13 straight seasons in Top favourite surfaces and considers
100 (2005-17), achieving career- PERSONAL forehand as his best shot
high No. 18 on 28 January 2013 > Nickname is "Andy" > Wife, Michela Bernardi (married
after reaching Australian Open > Mother, Marialuise, works in a 10 September 2016)
4R. Fell to No. 102 on 26 June sporting goods shop; father, > C oached by Massimo Sartori
2017 -- lowest ranking since No. Hugo, works in transport
111 on 9 July 2007. business; sister, Maria
> Captured 3 singles titles on 3
different surfaces: 2011
Eastbourne on grass, 2012 YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Belgrade on clay and 2012 2017: 86 (18-18) 2012: 23 (38-27) 2007: 50 (22-24) 2002: 346 (0-0)
Moscow on hard. Earned 20+ 2016: 87 (20-25) 2011: 38 (25-24) 2006: 75 (20-30) 2001: T803 (0-0)
wins in 11 of last 12 seasons 2015: 29 (26-25) 2010: 52 (24-28) 2005: 69 (19-17) 2000: T1126 (0-0)
(2006-16). Defeated Ferrer for 2014: 45 (24-30) 2009: 49 (24-31) 2004: 135 (7-10)
1st time in 10 tries to clinch 300th 2013: 25 (30-29) 2008: 35 (30-30) 2003: 285 (0-2)
win in 2016 Halle 1R.
> Played in 50 consecutive Grand GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 50-51)
Slam main draws, reaching 4R W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
on 5 occasions: 2012 Roland Aus. Open 15-12 4R 3R 4R 2R 4R 1R 2R 1R 1R 2R 2R 1R — —
Garros, 2013 Australian Open, Roland Garros 11-12 2R 1R 1R 3R 3R 4R 2R 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R — —
2013 Wimbledon, 2015 Wimbledon 15-13 2R 2R 3R 1R 4R 1R 2R 2R 3R 3R 2R 2R 1R —
Australian Open and 2017 US Open 9-14 1R 2R 3R 2R 3R 1R 1R 1R 1R 3R 1R 1R 1R 2R
Australian Open. Lost to Kyrgios
in 2015 Australian Open 4R after ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 63-84)
leading by 2 sets and holding 1 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
MP, then beat Kyrgios in 2017 Indian Wells 9-11 — 2R 3R 3R 3R 2R 1R 2R 2R 2R 2R 1R — —
Australian Open 2R after trailing Miami 8-12 2R 2R — 3R 4R 1R 2R 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R —
by 2 sets and saving 1 MP. Monte-Carlo 9-11 1R — 1R 3R 1R 2R — 2R 2R 2R 2R 2R 2R —
> Owns 0-10 record vs. World No. Madrid 3-6 — — — 1R 1R 2R — 1R 3R 1R — — — —
1, but has beaten No. 2 twice. Rome 8-12 1R 2R — 1R 1R QF 1R 2R 2R 2R — 1R 2R 1R
Defeated No. 2 Nadal in 2008 Canada 2-6 — — 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R — — 1R — — — —
Rotterdam 2R and No. 2 Federer Cincinnati 6-8 — — 2R 2R 1R 2R 1R — 2R 3R — 1R — —
in 2015 Australian Open 3R. Only Shanghai 4-4 — — 1R — 2R 2R — 3R — — — — — —
player to beat Federer before SF Paris 6-10 — 1R 2R — 1R 2R 3R — 2R 1R 2R 1R 1R —
at Australian Open since 2003. Hamburg: 8-4 (SF - 2008; QF - 2005; 2R - 2006; 1R - 2004)
> In 84 ATP Masters 1000
appearances, reached QF-or-
better 3 times: 2005 Hamburg
QF as Q, 2008 Hamburg SF and
2012 Rome QF.

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DENIS SHAPOVALOV CAN
@denis_shapo @denisshapovalov99 @denis.shapovalov
BORN: 15 April 1999, Tel Aviv, Israel HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 76kg (167lbs)
RESIDENCE: Nassau, The Bahamas PLAYS: Left-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 14-15 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $828,926
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-1 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 49 (23 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 459 (7 November 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL player because he loves the


PRIZE MONEY: $764,494 > Nicknamed "Shapo" sport
W-L: 12-13 (singles) > Began playing tennis at age 5 Favourite NHL team is the
> 
SINGLES SF (1): Montreal with his mother Toronto Maple Leafs
> Father, Viktor, is a businessman; Named 2017 ATP Star of
> 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS mother, Tessa, is a tennis coach Tomorrow for being the
> Broke into Top 200, Top 100 and and has a tennis academy in youngest player to finish in the
Top 50 in 2017, achieving career- Vaughan, Canada, named Top 100
high No. 49 on 23 October. TessaTennis; brother, Evgeniy > Voted 2017 ATP Most Improved
Youngest Top 50 player since > Favourite surface is grass and Player of the Year by his fellow
Nadal on 1 November 2004. Rose shot is forehand players
more than 900 spots in year-end > Favourite tournament is ATP > C oached by Martin Laurendeau
rankings to finish 2016 at No. Masters 1000 Canada and his mother Tessa
250. > Idol growing up was Roger
> Competed at inaugural Next Gen Federer
ATP Finals in 2017 (d. Quinzi, l. to > Enjoys playing video games
Chung and Rublev in RR). and watching movies
> Qualified and defeated Tsonga > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
en route to 2017 US Open 4R, would have been a ice hockey
becoming youngest player to
reach US Open 4R since Chang in
1989 and to reach Grand Slam 4R YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
since Safin at 1998 Roland 2017: 51 (12-13) 2016: 250 (2-2) 2015: T1162 (0-0)
Garros.
> Saved 4 MPs vs. Dutra Silva, GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 3-2)
defeated Del Potro and upset No. W-L 18 17
2 Nadal en route to 2017 Montreal Aus. Open 0-0 —
SF as WC. Youngest player to Roland Garros 0-0 —
reach ATP Masters 1000 QF and Wimbledon 0-1 1R
SF since series started in 1990. US Open 3-1 4R
Also youngest player to beat a
Top 2 opponent in non-ret finish ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-4)
since Nadal beat No. 1 Federer in W-L 18 17 16
2004 Miami 3R. Then-No. 143 Indian Wells 0-0 — —
became lowest-ranked ATP Miami 0-0 — —
Masters 1000 semi-finalist since Monte-Carlo 0-0 — —
No. 191 Pavel was 2003 Paris Madrid 0-0 — —
finalist. Rome 0-0 — —
> Went 86-32 on ITF Junior Circuit, Canada 5-2 SF 2R
peaking at No. 2 on 11 July 2016. Cincinnati 0-0 — —
Ended junior career at 2016 Shanghai 0-1 1R —
Wimbledon by winning singles Paris 0-1 1R —
title and reaching doubles final
w/Auger-Aliassime. Won 2015 NEXT GEN ATP FINALS
US Open junior doubles title w/ Career 18 17
Auger-Aliassime. 1-2 RR

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GILLES SIMON FRA
@GillesSimon84
BORN: 27 December 1984, Nice, France HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 70kg (154lbs)
RESIDENCE: Neuchatel, Switzerland PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 421-307 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $12,475,521
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 31-82 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 6 (5 January 2009)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 19-12 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 117 (28 January 2008)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (12): 2015 (1): Marseille playing on a packed centre court
PRIZE MONEY: $706,338 (IH); 2013 (1): Metz (IH); 2012 (1): Favourite French player is
> 
W-L: 16-25 (singles), 0-12 (doubles) Bucharest (CL); 2011 (2): Hamburg Cedric Pioline
SINGLES QF (2): Marseille, Lyon (CL), Sydney (H); 2010 (1): Metz (IH); > Considers backhand his best shot
2009 (1): Bangkok (IH); 2008 (3): > If he could choose a tournament
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Bucharest (CL), Indianapolis (H), to win one day, it would be Roland
> The Frenchman finished 8 of last Casablanca (CL); 2007 (2): Bucharest Garros
10 seasons in Top 25 (2008-09, (CL), Marseille (IH).FINALIST (6). > Hobbies include video games,
2011-16), highlighted by year- rollerblading and movies
end best No. 7 in 2008. Broke into PERSONAL > Member of ATP Player Council
Top 10 on 20 October 2008 after > Nickname is "Gilou" for three terms (2012-18)
advancing to ATP Masters 1000 > Began playing tennis at age 6 > Fiancee, Carine; sons,
Madrid final, then reached Father, Daniel, works for an
>  Timothee (born 2 September
career-high No. 6 on 5 January insurance company; mother, 2010) and Valentin (born 9
2009. Mireille, is a doctor; brother, September 2013)
> Qualified for 2008 Nitto ATP Jean-Marie > P layed 4 matches - all losses -
Finals, beating Federer in RR Inspired by Michael Chang,
>  from January to May 2010,
before losing to Djokovic in 3-set saying, "He showed me that you missing Australian Open and
SF. don't have to be tall in order to Roland Garros due to right
> Captured biggest of 12 titles at be a great player" knee injury
2011 ATP World Tour 500 event in As a kid, always dreamed of
> 
Hamburg. Earned 30+ victories
in 8 seasons (2007-09, 2011-
2013, 2015-16), securing 400th YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
win in 2016 ATP Masters 1000 2017: 89 (16-25) 2013: 19 (36-24) 2009: 15 (45-29) 2005: 124 (6-6)
Shanghai 3R over No. 3 2016: 25 (33-26) 2012: 16 (43-25) 2008: 7 (51-27) 2004: 174 (0-1)
Wawrinka. Posted 2 wins over 2015: 15 (43-24) 2011: 12 (39-27) 2007: 29 (35-26) 2003: 480 (0-0)
World No. 1 in 2008, beating 2014: 21 (27-25) 2010: 41 (23-18) 2006: 45 (24-24) 2002: T1345 (0-0)
Federer in ATP Masters 1000
Toronto 2R and Nadal in ATP GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 75-46)
Masters 1000 Madrid SF. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
> Advanced to Grand Slam QFs at Aus. Open 22-11 3R 4R 3R 3R 4R 2R 2R — QF 3R 1R 3R —
2009 Australian Open and 2015 Roland Garros 18-12 1R 3R 4R 3R 4R 3R 4R — 3R 1R 2R 1R 1R
Wimbledon, as well as ATP Wimbledon 18-12 2R 2R QF 3R 1R 2R 3R 3R 4R 3R 2R 1R —
Masters 1000 finals at 2008 US Open 17-11 1R 2R 1R 4R — 3R 4R 3R 3R 3R 2R 2R —
Madrid and 2014 Shanghai. Lost
to eventual champion in Grand NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Slam 4R at 2014 US Open, 2015 Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
Roland Garros and 2016 2-2 — — — — — — — — — SF
Australian Open.
> One of 8 players to win a match ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 118-93)
for France during 2017 Davis Cup W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
title run, defeating Nishioka in 1R Indian Wells 13-10 — 3R 4R 2R 4R QF 3R 2R 3R 2R 3R — —
(d. JPN 4-1). Played in 2010 Davis Miami 16-12 2R QF 4R 2R QF 4R QF 2R 4R 1R 3R 1R —
Cup final, falling to Djokovic in Monte-Carlo 13-11 2R 3R 3R 1R 1R SF 3R — 2R 1R 1R 3R —
France’s 3-2 loss to Serbia. Madrid 15-8 2R 3R — 2R 3R 3R 2R — 3R F — — —
Rome 11-9 1R — 2R 2R 3R 3R 2R — 3R 2R 3R — —
Canada 8-9 — — 2R 2R 1R 2R 1R 1R 3R SF — 1R —
Cincinnati 10-10 — 1R 1R 2R 1R — QF 1R QF 2R — 2R 2R
Shanghai 17-9 3R SF 3R F 1R 2R 3R 1R QF — — — —
Paris 11-12 1R 3R 3R 2R 3R SF 2R 2R 3R 3R 2R 1R —
Hamburg: 4-3 (3R - 2006; 2R - 2008, 2007)

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BRUNO SOARES BRA
@BrunoSoares82 @BrunoSoaresOficial @brunosoares82
BORN:27February1982,BeloHorizonte,Brazil HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.80m (5'11") / 72kg (159lbs)
RESIDENCE: Belo Horizonte, Brazil PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 408-241 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 221 (22 March 2004)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,510,512 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 2 (17 October 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (26). 2017 (3): > Father, Malthus, is a civil engineer;
PRIZE MONEY: $681,760 London/Queen's Club (G), Stuttgart mother, Maisa, is retired; brother,
W-L: 50-23 (doubles) (G), Acapulco (H) (all w/J. Murray); Marcelo; sister, Juliana
DOUBLES TITLES (3): Acapulco, 2016 (3): US Open (H), Australian Speaks Portuguese, Spanish
> 
Stuttgart, London/Queen's Club Open (H), Sydney (H) (all w/J. and English
F (3): Sydney, Cincinnati, Tokyo Murray);2015 (2): Basel (IH), Munich > Favourite surface is hard and
SF (8): Doha, Rio de Janeiro, Indian (CL) (both w/Peya); 2014 (2): Toronto shot is forehand
Wells, Washington, Shanghai (all (H), London/Queen's Club (G) (both > Favourite tournament is Miami
w/J. Murray), Stockholm (w/ w/Peya); 2013 (6): Valencia (IH), > Idol growing up was Pete Sampras
Peya), Paris, ATP Finals (both w/ Montreal (H), Eastbourne (G), > Enjoys playing football and poker,
J. Murray) Barcelona (CL), Sao Paulo (CL) (all and spending time with family
w/Peya), Auckland (H) (w/Fleming); > Fan of Cruzeiro football club.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 2012 (5): Valencia (IH) (w/Peya), Ronaldo is one of his favourite
> Ended 2016 at No. 1 in team Stockholm (IH) (w/Melo), Tokyo (H), players.
rankings w/J. Murray. Achieved Kuala Lumpur (IH) (both w/Peya), > Member of ATP Player Council
career-high No. 2 in doubles on Sao Paulo (ICL) (w/Butorac); 2011 for two terms (2014-18)
17 October 2016. Broke into Top (2): Costa do Sauipe (CL), Santiago > Wife, Bruna (married 29
10 on 10 June 2013 after (CL) (both w/Melo); 2010 (1): Nice November 2008); son, Noha (born
advancing to Roland Garros SF (CL) (w/Melo); 2009 (1): Stockholm 5 February 2015)
w/Peya. (IH) (w/Ullyett); 2008 (1): > Coached by Hugo Daibert.
> Reached Nitto ATP Finals SFs in Nottingham (G) (w/Ullyett). Fitness trainer is Chriszogno
2013 w/Peya, 2016 w/J. Murray FINALIST (25). Bastos Filho.
and 2017 w/J. Murray. Clinched > Played at only 2 tournaments
2016 year-end team No. 1 with PERSONAL from July 2005 to July 2007 due to
3-0 RR record. Went 1-2 in 2014 > Full name is Bruno Fraga Soares career-threatening knee injury.
w/Peya. > Began playing tennis at age 5. During break from knee injury,
> Owns 26-25 record in finals with Comes from a tennis-playing opened two fitness centres in
2+ titles in 7 straight seasons family. Belo Horizonte.
(2011-17). Captured career-best
6 titles on 5 surfaces in 2013.
Earned 40+ wins in 6 of last 7 YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
seasons (2011-14, 2016-17). 2017: 10 (50-23) 2012: 19 (43-23) 2007: 189 (0-0) 2002: 286 (0-0)
Enjoyed 400th win in 2017 ATP 2016: 3 (50-24) 2011: 19 (42-28) 2006: T1631 (0-0) 2001: 484 (0-0)
Masters 1000 Shanghai 2R w/J. 2015: 22 (38-26) 2010: 35 (29-29) 2005: 238 (1-0) 2000: T843 (0-0)
Murray (d. Anderson/Zimonjic). 2014: T10 (45-25) 2009: 22 (28-29) 2004: 116 (0-0) 1999: T968 (0-0)
> Won Grand Slam titles w/J. 2013: 3 (61-20) 2008: 23 (21-14) 2003: 234 (0-0)
Murray at Australian Open and
US Open in 2016. Runner-up at GRAND SLAM DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)
2013 US Open w/Peya. Three- Aus. Open W - 2016 (w/J. Murray)
time mixed doubles champion: Mixed: W - 2016 (w/Vesnina)
2012 US Open w/Makarova, 2014 US Open W - 2016 (w/J. Murray); F - 2013 (w/Peya);
US Open w/Mirza and 2016 Mixed: W - 2014 (w/Mirza), 2012 (w/Makarova)
Australian Open w/Vesnina.
Runner-up at 2013 Wimbledon NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
w/Raymond. Career 18 17 16 15 14 13
> Captured back-to-back ATP 8-7 SF SF — RR SF (2016-17 w/J. Murray; 2013-14 w/Peya)
Masters 1000 Canada titles w/
Peya at 2013 Montreal and 2014 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)
Toronto. ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells F - 2014 (w/Peya)
runner-up 7 times, most recently Monte-Carlo F - 2016 (w/J. Murray); 2011 (w/Chela)
w/J. Murray at 2016 Monte-Carlo, Madrid F - 2013 (w/Peya)
2016 Toronto and 2017 Cincinnati. Canada W - 2014, 2013 (both w/Peya); F - 2016 (w/J. Murray)
Cincinnati F - 2017 (w/J. Murray)
Paris F - 2013 (w/Peya)

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JACK SOCK USA
@JackSock Jack Sock @jack.sock
BORN: 24 September 1992, Lincoln, NE, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 84kg (185lbs)
RESIDENCE: Kansas City, KS, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 153-103 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $8,171,779
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 9-22 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 8 (20 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 4-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 6 (11 May 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS 2016 Rio Olympics, winning gold Graduated from Blue Valley
> 
PRIZE MONEY: $3,406,573 in mixed doubles w/Mattek- North High School (Kansas) in
W-L: 38-21 (singles), 19-11 (doubles) Sands and bronze in men’s May 2011. Compiled an 80-0
SINGLES TITLES (3): Auckland, Delray doubles w/Johnson. record in his high school
Beach, Paris career, winning 4 consecutive
SF (4): Indian Wells, Houston, CAREER TITLES (4): 2017 (3): Paris(IH), state championships.
Washington, ATP Finals Delray Beach (H), Auckland (H); Favourite surfaces are clay
> 
QF (4): Miami, Atlanta, Stockholm, 2015 (1): Houston (CL). FINALIST (4): and hard, and considers
Basel 2016 (3): Stockholm (IH), Houston forehand his best shot
(CL), Auckland (H); 2015 (1): > Favourite tournament is US Open
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Stockholm (IH). Fan of Kansas City Chiefs
> 
> Finished 2017 at career-high No. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). FINALIST (10). (NFL), Kansas City Royals
8, becoming 1st American in (MLB) and Chicago Bulls (NBA)
year-end Top 10 since No. 8 Fish PERSONAL > Enjoys playing golf and hanging
in 2011. Improved year-end > Nicknames are "J. Sizzle" and out with friends
ranking and increased win totals "Showtime" > C oached by former World No. 7
in 7 straight seasons (2011-17). > Began playing tennis at age 8 Jay Berger
> Beat No. 3 A. Zverev for biggest when he found his mother's Underwent surgery for torn
> 
win of career at 2017 Nitto ATP racquet pelvic muscle on 16 December
Finals, becoming 1st American Father, Larry, is a financial
>  2014 and missed 1st 2 months
semi-finalist at event since advisor; mother, Pam, is a of 2015 season
Roddick in 2007. Qualified by housewife; brother, Eric
winning ATP Masters 1000 Paris
title on final day of regular
season, rising from No. 24 to No. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
9 in race. 2017: 8 (38-21) 2014: 42 (27-20) 2011: 382 (1-2)
> Won 3 of his 4 titles in 2017, 2016: 23 (37-21) 2013: 104 (10-13) 2010: 870 (0-1)
highlighted by 1st ATP Masters 2015: 26 (35-18) 2012: 150 (5-7) 2009: 699 (0-0)
1000 at 2017 Paris. Became 1st
non-European ATP Masters GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 25-20)
1000, ATP Finals or Grand Slam W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
champion since Roddick at 2010 Aus. Open 4-3 3R 2R — 2R — — — —
Miami. As World No. 22, lowest- Roland Garros 8-5 1R 3R 4R 3R 2R — — —
ranked ATP Masters 1000 Wimbledon 4-4 2R 3R 1R 2R — — — —
champion since No. 26 Ljubicic at US Open 9-8 1R 4R 2R 1R 3R 3R 2R 1R
2010 Indian Wells. Trailed Doubles Titles (1): 2014 - Wimbledon (w/Pospisil)
Edmund 5-1 in 3rd set of opening Mixed Doubles Titles (1): 2011 - US Open (w/Oudin)
match. Owns 2-6 record in ATP
Masters 1000 doubles finals, NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
winning titles at 2015 Indian Career 18 17
Wells w/Pospisil and 2016 2-2 SF
Shanghai w/Isner.
> Reached Grand Slam 4R at 2015 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 43-32, 1 title)
Roland Garros and 2016 US W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
Open. Teamed w/Pospisil to win Indian Wells 8-6 SF 3R 4R 1R 1R 1R —
2014 Wimbledon doubles title, Miami 7-5 QF 3R 3R 2R — — 1R
becoming 1st duo since Hewitt/ Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — — — — —
Mirnyi at 2000 US Open to Madrid 3-3 1R 3R 2R — — — —
capture Grand Slam title in team Rome 3-3 3R 2R 1R — — — —
debut. Also won 2011 US Open Canada 6-4 2R 3R 3R 2R — — —
mixed doubles title w/Oudin and Cincinnati 1-4 1R — 2R 1R 1R — —
2010 US Open junior title. Shanghai 6-4 1R QF 2R 3R — — —
> Only men’s or women’s tennis Paris 9-3 W QF 1R 2R — — —
player to earn multiple medals at Doubles Titles (2): 2016 - Shanghai (w/Isner); 2015 - Indian Wells (w/Pospisil)

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JOAO SOUSA POR
www.joaosousaofficial.com @joaosousa30 @jogo30sousa @joaosousaoficial
BORN: 30 March 1989, Guimaraes, Portugal HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 74kg (163lbs)
RESIDENCE: Barcelona, Spain PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 142-157 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,296,925
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 2-25 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 28 (16 May 2016)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 4-5 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 76 (23 March 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (2): 2015 (1): Valencia > Considers forehand as best shot
PRIZE MONEY: $776,642 (IH); 2013 (1): Kuala Lumpur (IH). > Favourite surface is clay
W-L: 25-32 (singles), 5-18 (doubles) FINALIST (7): 2017 (2): Kitzbuhel (CL), Speaks Portuguese, Spanish,
> 
SINGLES F (2): Auckland, Kitzbuhel Auckland (H); 2015 (3): St. Catalan, English, French and
SF (1): Sao Paulo Petersburg(IH), Umag (CL), Geneva Italian
QF (3): Buenos Aires, Gstaad, (CL); 2014 (2): Metz (IH), Bastad (CL). Hobbies include playing and
> 
Antwerp watching football, reading
PERSONAL books, going to the cinema and
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Began playing tennis at age 7 hanging out with friends
> Top-ranked Portuguese player with his father > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
in ATP Rankings history has Father, Armando, is a judge;
>  would have loved to have been
finished 6 straight seasons in mother, Adelaide, is a banker; a football player or a doctor
Top 100 (2012-17). Achieved brother, Luis Trains at BTT Academy in
> 
career-high No. 28 on 16 May Growing up, admired Juan
>  Barcelona, supervised by
2016 after reaching ATP Masters Carlos Ferrero, Pete Sampras Francisco Roig and coached by
1000 Rome 2R. and Roger Federer countryman Frederico Marques
> Enjoyed biggest win of career > Moved to Barcelona at age 15 to
over No. 4 Ferrer, then saved 1 pursue his dream of becoming
MP vs. Benneteau to become 1st a professional tennis player
Portuguese ATP World Tour
champion at 2013 Kuala Lumpur.
Snapped 5-match losing streak YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
in finals with 2nd title at 2015 2017: 57 (25-32) 2014: 54 (24-36) 2011: 193 (2-2) 2008: 598 (2-2)
Valencia. Runner-up 7 times on 2016: 43 (27-34) 2013: 49 (16-14) 2010: 242 (1-1) 2007: T966 (0-0)
tour. 2015: 33 (38-31) 2012: 99 (5-5) 2009: 445 (2-0)
> Earned 20+ wins in 4 straight
seasons (2014-17), highlighted GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 16-20)
by career-high 38 victories in W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
2015. Snapped 21-match losing Aus. Open 5-5 1R 3R 3R 1R 2R —
streak vs. Top 10 players in 2016 Roland Garros 4-6 2R 2R 2R 1R 2R 1R
Tokyo 2R (d. Nishikori). Wimbledon 2-4 1R 3R 1R 1R — —
> Reached 3R of a Grand Slam 5 US Open 5-5 1R 3R 1R 2R 3R —
times: 2013 US Open, 2015
Australian Open, 2016 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 18-35)
Australian Open, 2016 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
Wimbledon and 2016 US Open. Indian Wells 2-4 2R 2R 1R 2R —
> Advanced to 1st ATP Masters Miami 3-5 2R 3R 1R 3R 1R
1000 QF at 2016 Madrid. Won Monte-Carlo 3-4 2R 2R 2R 1R —
back-to-back main draw Madrid 4-4 1R QF 2R 1R —
matches at one other ATP Rome 1-4 1R 2R 1R 1R —
Masters 1000 event, reaching Canada 0-3 — 1R 1R 1R —
2014 Miami 3R. Cincinnati 3-4 2R 1R 2R 2R —
Shanghai 0-4 1R 1R 1R 1R —
Paris 2-3 2R 2R — 1R —

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CEDRIK-MARCEL STEBE GER
www.cedrikstebe.com @cedrikstebe @cm.stebe
BORN: 9 October 1990, Muehlacker, Germany HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 70kg (154lbs)
RESIDENCE: Munich, Germany PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 21-30 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $794,974
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-3 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 71 (13 February 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 376 (9 July 2012)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL Idols while growing up were


> 
PRIZE MONEY: $203,560 > Nickname is "Cedi" Marat Safin and David Nalbandian
W-L: 6-6 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) Began playing tennis around
>  > Hobbies include playing golf,
CHALLENGER: 29-10 (singles) age of 4 at the local club with drums, piano, reading books
SINGLES QF (1): Geneva his father and hanging out with friends
Father, Heinz, is an engineer;
>  > Trains at Tennis Base Academy
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS mother, Claudia, is an insurance in Munich/Oberhaching since
> A chieved career-high No. 71 on businesswoman; older brother, January 2014
13 February 2012, then went Christopher; sister, Sabrina > C oached by Lars Uebel
unranked from 22 September > Speaks German, English, French, > Did not play from October 2013
2014 to 1 March 2015 and 7 Italian and some Spanish to February 2015 and March
March to 10 April 2016. Coached from age 6 to 12 by
>  2015 to March 2016 while
Returned to Top 80 on 25 David King and the Regional recovering from hip and pelvic
September 2017 after winning German Tennis Association, and surgeries.
Sibiu, ROU Challenger title. by Robert Flego from age 12 to 17
> Advanced to ATP World Tour QFs
at 2011 Stuttgart as WC, 2012
Stuttgart and 2017 Geneva as LL. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Reached Grand Slam 2R at 2017: 82 (6-6) 2013: 170 (2-3) 2010: 378 (0-0)
2012 Roland Garros, 2012 US 2016: 463 (0-1) 2012: 177 (9-16) 2009: 556 (0-0)
Open and 2017 US Open as Q. 2015: T1324 (0-0) 2011: 81 (4-4) 2008: 944 (0-0)
Captured 2008 US Open junior
doubles title w/N. Moser. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 3-7)
> O wns Challenger record of 98- W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
54 (7-4 in finals), including Aus. Open 0-2 — — — — 1R 1R —
titles in 2017 at Poprad Tatry, Roland Garros 1-1 — — — — — 2R —
SVK; Vancouver, CAN and Wimbledon 0-2 — — — — — 1R 1R
Sibiu, ROU. US Open 2-2 2R — — — — 2R —
> Peaked at No. 6 in junior
rankings on 15 September ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 1-2)
2008, posting 65-21 junior W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12
record with wins over Donskoy, Indian Wells 0-1 — — — — — 1R
Goffin, Kuznetsov, Laaksonen, Miami 1-1 — — — — — 2R
Lajovic, Pella and Pospisil. Monte-Carlo 0-0 — — — — — —
Madrid 0-0 — — — — — —
Rome 0-0 — — — — — —
Canada 0-0 — — — — — —
Cincinnati 0-0 — — — — — —
Shanghai 0-0 — — — — — —
Paris 0-0 — — — — — —

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JAN-LENNARD STRUFF GER
www.janlennardstruff.com @Struffitennis @jlstruff
BORN: 25 April 1990, Warstein, Germany HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.96m (6'5") / 87kg (192lbs)
RESIDENCE: Warstein, Germany PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 65-92 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,377,544
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-6 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 44 (8 May 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 3-5 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 129 (17 August 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL > Supports Borussia Dortmund


PRIZE MONEY: $844,842 > Nickname is "Struffi" (football)
W-L: 28-29 (singles), 3-12 (doubles) > Began playing tennis at age 6 > Coached by countryman Carsten
SINGLES SF (2): Winston-Salem, with his parents, Dieter and Arriens
St. Petersburg Martina, who are both tennis
QF (3): Marrakech, Munich, Vienna coaches
> Favourite surface is clay and
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS shot is backhand
> Achieved career-high No. 44 on 8 > Favourite tournament is Roland
May 2017 after reaching Munich Garros
QF, then finished season at year- > Idol growing up was Pete Sampras
end high No. 53. Hobbies include football and
> 
> Still seeking 1st ATP World Tour watching television and movies
final after falling in SFs at
Marseille, Munich as Q, and Metz
in 2014, as well as Winston- YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Salem and St. Petersburg in 2017: 53 (28-29) 2014: 59 (15-17) 2011: 238 (0-0)
2017. Earned career-high 28 2016: 63 (13-18) 2013: 110 (4-9) 2010: 357 (0-0)
wins in 2017. 2015: 108 (5-19) 2012: 167 (0-0) 2009: 703 (0-0)
> Lost in qualifying at 20 tour-level
events before qualifying at 2013 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 3-17)
Roland Garros and earning 1st W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
win at 2013 Wimbledon as Q (d. Aus. Open 0-3 1R — 1R 1R —
Kavcic). Roland Garros 1-5 1R 1R 1R 2R 1R
> Advanced to Grand Slam 2R at Wimbledon 1-5 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R
2013 Wimbledon as Q, 2014 US Open 1-4 1R 1R — 2R 1R
Roland Garros and 2014 US
Open. Suffering 11-match losing ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 11-11)
streak in Grand Slam main W-L 18 17 16 15
draws since 5-set win over Indian Wells 1-2 2R — 1R
Kukushkin in 2014 US Open 1R. Miami 3-2 3R — 2R
> Saved 1 MP for biggest win of Monte-Carlo 2-3 3R 1R 1R
career over No. 3 Wawrinka in Madrid 0-0 — — —
2016 ATP Masters 1000 Paris 2R Rome 1-1 2R — —
as Q. Also advanced to ATP Canada 0-0 — — —
Masters 1000 3R in 2017 at Miami, Cincinnati 0-0 — — —
Monte-Carlo and Shanghai. Shanghai 2-1 3R — —
Paris 2-2 1R 3R —

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YUICHI SUGITA JPN
@sugitayuichi88
BORN: 18 September 1988, Sendai, Japan HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.75m (5'9") / 70kg (154lbs)
RESIDENCE: Tokyo, Japan PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 39-50 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,613,571
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-5 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 36 (9 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 1-2 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 363 (25 August 2014)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Owns 193-126 Challenger > Father, Yukuo; mother, Shinak;
PRIZE MONEY: $744,384 record (9-6 in finals) with titles in two sisters, Akiko and Kanako
W-L: 22-16 (singles), 0-4 (doubles) 2017 at Yokohama, JPN; Favourite surface is grass,
> 
CHALLENGER: 21-5 (singles), 5-5 Shenzhen, CHN and Surbiton, shot is return and tournaments
(doubles) GBR. First player to win ATP and are Wimbledon and Antalya
SINGLES TITLES (1): Antalya Challenger titles on grass in Idol growing up was Roger
> 
SF (1): Chengdu same season (Antalya and Federer
QF (4): Barcelona, Cincinnati, Surbiton, GBR). > Trains occasionally in Italy
Tokyo, Stockholm Admired bodybuilder Nasser
> 
CAREER TITLES (1): 2017 (1): Antalya(G). El Sonbaty
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Coached by Braen Aneiros.
> 
> Finished in Top 50 and Top 100 for PERSONAL Fitness trainer is Yukihiro
1st time in 2017, achieving > Started playing tennis at age 7 Hamaura.
career-high No. 36 on 9 October with his mother
2017 after reaching Tokyo QF.
Ranked between No. 101 and No.
200 every week from 30 January YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
2012 to 29 February 2016, when 2017: 40 (22-16) 2013: 176 (2-3) 2009: 299 (0-2) 2005: T1523 (0-0)
he broke into Top 100 by winning 2016: 112 (6-10) 2012: 119 (2-3) 2008: 376 (1-1)
Kyoto, JPN Challenger title. 2015: 126 (2-6) 2011: 234 (2-3) 2007: 998 (2-1)
> Captured 1st ATP World Tour 2014: 131 (0-3) 2010: 180 (0-2) 2006: 488 (0-0)
title in 1st final and following 1st
SF at 2017 Antalya. Became 2nd GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-6)
Japanese ATP champion since W-L 18 17 16 15 14
Matsuoka at 1992 Seoul (also Aus. Open 0-1 — 1R — —
Nishikori). Enjoyed career-high Roland Garros 0-1 1R — — —
22 wins in 2017. Wimbledon 1-3 2R — 1R 1R
> Advanced to Grand Slam 2R at US Open 1-1 2R — — —
2017 Wimbledon and 2017 US
Open. Failed to qualify in all 17 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-7)
attempts at Grand Slams from W-L 18 17 16
2009 US Open through 2014 Indian Wells 0-0 — —
Roland Garros before qualifying Miami 0-0 — —
at 2014 Wimbledon. Monte-Carlo 0-0 — —
> All 5 ATP Masters 1000 wins have Madrid 0-0 — —
come in Cincinnati, where he Rome 0-0 — —
defeated A. Zverev en route to Canada 0-2 1R 1R
2016 3R as Q and Sock en route to Cincinnati 5-2 QF 3R
2017 QF. Shanghai 0-2 1R 1R
Paris 0-1 1R —

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CARLOS TABERNER ESP
@Carlos_Taberner @carlostaberner
BORN: 8 August 1997, Valencia, Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 78kg (172lbs)
RESIDENCE: Valencia, Spain PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 0-0 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $67,879
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 175 (23 October 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 337 (18 September 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS court events at 2017 Banja Luka, mental game and heart
PRIZE MONEY: $41,577 BIH and 2017 Sibiu, ROU. > Idol growing up was David Ferrer
W-L: 0-0 > Captured clay-court titles on ITF > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
CHALLENGER: 22-13 (singles), 7-7 Futures Circuit in 2016 at would be a football player
(doubles) Bucharest, ROU; Denis, ESP and Favourite sports team is
> 
Hammamet, TUN. Spanish football club Levante
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS > Went 40-17 on ITF Junior Circuit > When not playing tennis, enjoys
> Broke into Top 200 on 25 with wins over fellow spending time with friends
September 2017 after reaching #NextGenATP players Ruud and Currently trains at Lozano-
> 
Sibiu, ROU Challenger final. Tsitsipas. Altur Tennis Academy
Achieved career-high No. 175 on > Coached by German Anglada,
23 October 2017. Improved year- PERSONAL Jose Altur and Pablo Lozano
end ranking by 400+ spots in > Began playing tennis at age 8
2015 and 2016, then 150+ spots in > Father, Juan, is a businessman;
2017. mother, Alicia, is a tax advisor;
> Yet to make ATP World Tour main sister, Ana
draw debut and has never > Favourite surface is clay and
appeared at a Grand Slam as a favourite shot is forehand
professional or a junior. Lost in Biggest strength on court is
> 
qualifying at 2015 Valencia and
2017 ATP Masters 1000 Madrid.
> Reached 1st 2 ATP Challenger YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Tour finals in consecutive clay- 2017: 181 (0-0) 2016: 340 (0-0) 2015: 789 (0-0) 2014: T1280 (0-0)

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HORIA TECAU ROU
@horiatecau1 @horiatecau
BORN: 19 January 1985, Brasov, Romania HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 88kg (194lbs)
RESIDENCE: Constanta, Romania PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 365-222 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 326 (4 April 2005)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,340,044 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 2 (23 November 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS tour-level win w/Mergea in 2003 (w/Hanescu), Zagreb (IH) (w/D.
PRIZE MONEY: $774,621 Davis Cup tie vs. Ecuador (d. Norman); 2010 (5): New Haven (H),
W-L: 41-26 (doubles) Lapentti/Lapentti 13-11 in 5th) Bastad (CL), 's-Hertogenbosch
DOUBLES TITLES (4): Dubai, Geneva, and 300th w/Mergea in 2016 (G), Casablanca (CL) (all w/
Winston-Salem, US Open Bucharest final (d. Guccione/ Lindstedt), Auckland (H) (w/
SF (4): Rotterdam, Barcelona, Sa). Romanians finished 2002 as Daniell). FINALIST (18).
Shanghai, Paris co-No. 1s in junior doubles
(all w/Rojer) rankings. Won Wimbledon junior PERSONAL
doubles titles together in 2002 > Began playing tennis at age 7
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS and 2003. > Father, Romeo, works in police
> Finished 8 straight seasons in office; mother, Dorinela, works
doubles Top 25 (2010-17), CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (33): 2017 (4): for electric company; brother,
highlighted by career-high No. 2 US Open (H); Winston-Salem (H), Andrei
to end 2015. Also ended 2015 Geneva (CL), Dubai (H) (all w/ > Favourite surface is hard court
season at No. 1 in team rankings Rojer); 2016 (2): Madrid (CL) (w/ Favourite players are Pete
> 
w/Rojer, clinching top spot with Rojer); Bucharest (CL) (w/ Sampras and Roger Federer
SF win over Bryan/Bryan at Nitto Mergea); 2015 (3): ATP Finals (IH), > Likes basketball and football,
ATP Finals. Wimbledon (G), Rotterdam (IH) goes to games when he can
> Swept 5 matches and 10 sets en (all w/Rojer) 2014 (8): Valencia Favourite football teams are
> 
route to 2015 Nitto ATP Finals (IH), Beijing (H), Shenzhen (H), FC Barcelona and AC Milan
title w/Rojer. Went 11-0 in Washington (H), 's-Hertogenbosch > Wrote "Viata in ritm de tenis"
London w/Rojer during 2015 (G), Bucharest (CL), Casablanca (Life in the rhythm of tennis), a
season (6-0 at Wimbledon). Also (CL), Zagreb (IH) (all w/Rojer); children's book that encourages
qualified at Nitto ATP Finals in 2013 (3): Beijing (H), kids to pursue their dreams
2011 and 2012 w/Lindstedt, then 's-Hertogenbosch (G), Bucharest through hard work
2014 and 2017 w/Rojer. (CL) (all w/Mirnyi); 2012 (4): > In 2017, won ATP World Tour's
> Won 33 ATP doubles titles with 7 Cincinnati (H), Bastad (CL), Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the
partners, including 2+ each year 's-Hertogenbosch (G), Bucharest Year Award
from 2010-17. Captured career- (CL) (all w/Lindstedt); 2011 (4):
high 8 titles in 2014 w/Rojer on 4 Bastad (CL), Casablanca (CL),
different surfaces and (both w/Lindstedt), Acapulco (CL)
continents. Earned 40+ wins in 5
of last 7 seasons (2011-12, 2014-
15, 2017). YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Captured Grand Slam titles at 2017: 8 (41-26) 2013: 23 (34-23) 2009: 46 (19-20) 2005: 439 (0-0)
2015 Wimbledon and 2017 US 2016: 19 (36-20) 2012: 9 (48-23) 2008: 88 (3-8) 2004: 242 (0-1)
Open w/Rojer, as well as ATP 2015: 2 (49-22) 2011: 12 (47-28) 2007: 158 (2-3) 2003: 492 (1-0)
Masters 1000 titles at 2012 2014: T16 (50-23) 2010: 19 (34-23) 2006: 283 (1-2) 2002: T1536 (0-0)
Cincinnati w/Lindstedt and 2016
Madrid w/Rojer. Added 2012 GRAND SLAM DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)
Australian Open mixed doubles Aus. Open Mixed W - 2012 (w/Mattek-Sands)
title w/Mattek-Sands. Wimbledon W - 2015 (w/Rojer); F - 2010-12 (w/Lindstedt)
> Teamed with countryman US Open W - 2017 (w/Rojer)
Mergea to earn silver medal at
2016 Rio Olympics. Enjoyed 1st NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11
7-10 RR — W RR — RR RR (2014-17 w/Rojer, 2011-12 w/Lindstedt)

ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 DOUBLES HISTORY (2 titles)


Madrid W - 2016 (w/Rojer); F - 2012 (w/Lindstedt)
W - 2012 (w/Lindstedt); F - 2016 (w/Rojer)
Cincinnati

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DOMINIC THIEM AUT
www.dominicthiem.tennis @ThiemDomi @ 1.Dominic.Thiem @domithiem
BORN:3September1993,WienerNeustadt,AUT HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6'1") / 82kg (180lbs)
RESIDENCE: Lichtenworth, Austria PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 171-109 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $9,507,497
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 10-25 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 4 (6 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 3-4 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 86 (3 October 2016)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (8): 2017 (1): Rio de Vienna and Kitzbuhel
PRIZE MONEY: $4,345,626 Janeiro (CL); 2016 (4): Stuttgart (G), > Big football fan and supports
W-L: 49-27 (singles), 3-13 (doubles) Nice (CL), Acapulco (H), Buenos Chelsea FC
SINGLES TITLES (1): Rio de Janeiro Aires (CL); 2015 (3): Gstaad (CL), > Founded his own football club,
F (2): Barcelona, Madrid Umag (CL), Nice (CL). FINALIST (5): called 1. TFC Matzendorf
SF (2): Rome, Roland Garros 2017 (2): Madrid (CL), Barcelona Also enjoys and follows ski
> 
QF (6): Brisbane, Sydney, (CL); 2016 (2): Metz (IH), Munich (CL); jump competitions
Rotterdam, Acapulco, Indian 2014 (1): Kitzbuhel (CL). Featured in Vogue’s 2017
> 
Wells, Cincinnati CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). September issue
> Joined Austrian military service
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL from November 2014 to April 2015
> Achieved career-high No. 4 on 6 > Nicknamed "Domi" (did not miss any tournaments)
November 2017 and finished a > Began playing tennis at age 6 Coached by Gunter Bresnik.
> 
season in Top 5 for 1st time. > Father, Wolfgang, and mother, Physiotherapist is Alex Stober.
Broke into Top 10 on 6 June 2016 Karin, are professional tennis
after reaching Roland Garros SF. coaches; brother, Moritz, also
Improved year-end ranking in 7 plays tennis
straight seasons (2011-17). > Idols growing up were
Peaked at No. 2 in juniors on 3 countrymen Stefan Koubek and
January 2011. Jurgen Melzer
> Qualified for Nitto ATP Finals in > Favourite shot is forehand and
2016 and 2017, posting 1-2 record surface is clay
both years. > Favourite tournaments are
> Owns 8 ATP titles, including 4 on
3 surfaces in 2016. Saved 1 MP
vs. Nadal en route to 2016 YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Buenos Aires title and 2 MPs vs. 2017: 5 (49-27) 2015: 20 (36-28) 2013: 121 (4-2) 2011: 640 (1-3)
Federer en route to 2016 2016: 8 (58-24) 2014: 39 (22-23) 2012: 405 (1-2) 2010: T915 (0-0)
Stuttgart title. Posted career-
high 58 wins in 2016 with 22-3 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 34-16)
record in deciding sets (19-21 W-L 18 17 16 15 14
entering 2016). Earned biggest Aus. Open 6-4 4R 3R 1R 2R
win of career over No. 1 Murray Roland Garros 12-4 SF SF 2R 2R
in 2017 Barcelona SF. One of 2 Wimbledon 5-4 4R 2R 2R 1R
players with clay-court wins US Open 11-4 4R 4R 3R 4R
over Big Four (also Wawrinka).
> Defeated Djokovic to reach 2nd NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
straight Roland Garros SF in Career 18 17 16
2017. One of 2 players to reach 2-4 RR RR
4R-or-better at all 4 Grand Slam
events in 2017 (also Nadal). ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 39-32)
Advanced to 2011 Roland Garros W-L 18 17 16 15 14
junior final. Indian Wells 7-4 QF 4R 1R 3R
> Saved 5 MPs vs. Dimitrov en Miami 7-4 2R 4R QF 2R
route to 2017 ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo 3-4 3R 3R 1R 1R
Madrid final and 3 MPs vs. Madrid 6-2 F 1R — 3R
Querrey en route to 2017 ATP Rome 8-3 SF QF 3R —
Masters 1000 Rome SF. Ended Canada 0-4 2R 2R 1R 1R
Nadal's 19-match win streak on Cincinnati 3-4 QF QF 1R 1R
clay in 2017 Rome QF. Defeated Shanghai 2-3 2R — 2R 2R
Federer to reach 2016 Rome QF. Paris 3-4 3R 2R 2R 2R

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JORDAN THOMPSON AUS
@jordanthommmo2 @jordanthompson2004
BORN: 20 April 1994, Sydney, Australia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 73kg (161lbs)
RESIDENCE: Sydney, Australia PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 16-29 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $981,787
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-3 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 63 (13 February 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 2-4 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 77 (30 October 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). > Idol growing up was Lleyton Hewitt
PRIZE MONEY: $512,461 > Enjoys playing football and
W-L: 13-17 (singles), 14-8 (doubles) PERSONAL Playstation with friends
SINGLES QF (1): Brisbane Full name is Jordan Alan
>  > Fan of the National Rugby League
DOUBLES TITLES (1): Brisbane Thompson and would have played rugby if he
(w/Kokkinakis) > Began playing tennis at age 4 wasn't a tennis player. Favourite
with his father team is Wests Tigers; favourite
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS Father, Stephen, is a tennis
>  player is Brett Hodgson.
> Finished in Top 100 for 2nd coach; mother, Karen, works at a > Went to school at Oakhill
straight season (2016-17), superannuation company; sister, College in Australia
achieving career-high No. 63 on Karlie > C oached by Desmond Tyson
13 February 2017. Broke into Top
100 on 2 May 2016 following run
to Anning, CHN Challenger title. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Advanced to 1st ATP World Tour 2017: 94 (13-17) 2015: 154 (0-1) 2013: 315 (0-0)
QF at 2017 Brisbane as WC. At 2016: 79 (3-10) 2014: 273 (0-1)
same event, captured 1st ATP
doubles title in 1st final w/ GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 3-10)
Kokkinakis as WC. W-L 18 17 16 15 14
> Upset World No. 1 and 5-time Aus. Open 1-4 2R 1R 1R 1R
champion Murray in 2017 Roland Garros 1-2 1R 2R — —
London/Queen’s Club 1R as LL Wimbledon 0-2 1R 1R — —
-- 1st tour-level win over Murray US Open 1-2 2R 1R — —
in 21 tries by an Aussie.
> Reached 2R at 2016 Roland ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-3)
Garros as WC, 2017 Australian W-L 18 17
Open and 2017 US Open. Finished Indian Wells 0-1 1R
junior career by reaching 2012 Miami 0-1 1R
US Open boys’ doubles final w/ Monte-Carlo 0-0 —
Kyrgios. Madrid 0-0 —
> Won 4 singles and 4 doubles Rome 0-0 —
titles w/Saville on ATP Canada 0-0 —
Challenger Tour in 2016. Owns Cincinnati 0-0 —
Challenger singles record of Shanghai 0-1 1R
109-65 (4-6 in finals). Paris 0-0 —

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FRANCES TIAFOE USA
@FTiafoe @bigfoe1998 @bigfoe1998
BORN: 20 January 1998, Hyattsville, MD, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 77kg (170lbs)
RESIDENCE: Orlando, FL, USA PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 9-29 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $849,255
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-4 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 60 (24 July 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 280 (19 June 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Peaked in junior rankings at No. in 1999 and became Head of
PRIZE MONEY: $520,239 2 on 14 April 2014. Won 2013 Maintenance soon after. The
W-L: 7-17 (singles), 3-3 (doubles) Orange Bowl junior title at age 15 twins would often come to work
to become youngest champion in with their father and spend the
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS tournament history. Went 55-19 entire day at the tennis center.
> Achieved new career-high on ITF Junior Circuit, including Their mother helped them with
ranking 11 times in 2017, peaking wins over fellow #NextGenATP schooling.
at No. 60 on 24 July. One of 3 players Fritz, Kozlov, Mmoh, > Favourite surface is clay and
teenagers in 2017 year-end Top Paul and Rublev. shot is forehand
100 (also Shapovalov, Tsitsipas). > Favourite tournament is Indian
Earned 1st ATP ranking point on CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Wells
same date (10 February 2014) and > Enjoys going to the movies and
at same tournament (Palm PERSONAL watching basketball and
Coast, USA Futures) as > Began playing tennis at age 3 American football
#NextGenATP countryman Fritz. with twin brother Franklin Big fan of NBA player Kevin
> 
> Owns records of 9-29 on ATP Father, Frances Sr.; mother,
>  Durant and Washington
World Tour, 77-34 on ATP Alphina Redskins (NFL)
Challenger Tour and 25-9 on ITF A product of Junior Tennis
>  Coached by countrymen and
> 
Futures Circuit. Of 183 main draw Champions Center in College former ATP pros Robby Ginepri
matches, 91 have gone to deciding Park, Md., where his father, an and Michael Russell.
set (49.7%). Boasts 15-1 Futures immigrant from Sierra Leone, Physiotherapist is Paul Kinney.
and 34-24 Challenger record in helped construct tennis facility
deciding sets, but just 4-13 at ATP
and Grand Slam events.
> Earned biggest win of career YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
over fellow #NextGenATP player 2017: 79 (7-17) 2016: 108 (1-6) 2015: 180 (1-5) 2014: 1136 (0-1)
A. Zverev in 2017 ATP Masters
1000 Cincinnati 2R, when GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-7)
German was ranked 7th. W-L 18 17 16 15
Avenged 2R losses to A. Zverev at Aus. Open 1-1 2R — —
2017 Australian Open as Q and Roland Garros 0-2 1R — 1R
2017 Wimbledon. Defeated Wimbledon 1-1 2R — —
#NextGenATP rival Fritz in ATP US Open 0-3 1R 1R 1R
Masters 1000 debut at 2016
Indian Wells as WC. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-6)
> Following 0-5 start to career in W-L 18 17 16
Challenger finals, posted Indian Wells 1-2 1R 2R
4-match winning streak in finals Miami 1-1 2R —
at 2016 Granby, CAN; 2016 Monte-Carlo 0-0 — —
Stockton, USA; 2017 Sarasota, Madrid 0-0 — —
USA and 2017 Aix en Provence, Rome 0-0 — —
FRA. Canada 0-1 1R —
Cincinnati 2-1 3R —
Shanghai 1-1 2R —
Paris 0-0 — —

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VIKTOR TROICKI SRB
www.viktortroicki.com @troicki_viktor @viktortroicki
BORN: 10 February 1986, Belgrade, Serbia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.93m (6'4") / 86kg (189lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 282-250 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $8,060,087
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 10-65 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 12 (6 June 2011)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 19-14 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 49 (25 October 2010)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Defeated Llodra to clinch 2010 Father, Aleksandar, whose
> 
PRIZE MONEY: $989,184 Davis Cup title for Serbia. Owns family is Russian, is a lawyer;
W-L: 24-28 (singles), 13-14 (doubles) 23-13 Davis Cup record (17-11 in mother, Mila, is an economist
SINGLES SF (2): Sydney, Istanbul singles). > Inspired by Andre Agassi, who
QF (3): Sofia, St. Petersburg, was his childhood idol
Shanghai CAREER TITLES (3): 2016 (1): Sydney (H); Lived and practised in Boca
> 
DOUBLES TITLES (1): Sofia (w/Zimonjic) 2015 (1): Sydney (H); 2010 (1): Moscow Raton, Florida from age 13-15
(IH).FINALIST (6): 2016 (1): Sofia (IH); > Played football when he was
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 2015 (1): Stuttgart (G); 2011 (2): younger
> Finished 9 of last 10 seasons in Moscow (IH), Sydney (H); 2009 (1): > Fan of Partizan Belgrade team
Top 75 (2008-13, 2015-17), Bangkok (IH); 2008 (1): Washington Favourite shot is serve and
> 
achieving career-high No. 12 on (H). favourite surface is hard
6 June 2011 after reaching CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (1). > Wife, Aleksandra (married 27
Roland Garros 4R. Returned to November 2016); daughter,
Top 20 on 13 July 2015 after PERSONAL Irina (born 16 June 2017)
falling outside Top 800 on 14 July > Nicknamed "Vik" > C oached by Boris Pashanski
2014. > Began playing tennis at age 5 with
> Won back-to-back titles at countryman Nenad Trifunovic as
Sydney, claiming 1st all-qualifier his coach
final on ATP World Tour in 2015
(d. Kukushkin) and saving 1 MP in
2016 final (d. Dimitrov). Beat YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Baghdatis for 1st singles title at 2017: 55 (24-28) 2013: 74 (19-19) 2009: 29 (32-29) 2005: 343 (0-0)
2010 Moscow. Earned biggest 2016: 29 (34-29) 2012: 38 (26-29) 2008: 57 (21-20) 2004: T795 (0-0)
and 1st Top 10 win of career over 2015: 22 (35-28) 2011: 22 (40-26) 2007: 122 (5-7) 2003: T958 (0-0)
countryman and then-No. 3 2014: 102 (8-4) 2010: 28 (37-30) 2006: 207 (1-1)
Djokovic in 2007 Umag 2R.
Suffered 33-match losing streak GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 48-35)
vs. Top 10 from 2009-14. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
> Advanced to 4R of Grand Slam 5 Aus. Open 11-9 3R 3R 3R — 1R 2R 3R 2R 2R 1R
times: 2011 Roland Garros, 2012 Roland Garros 15-9 2R 4R 2R — 4R 2R 4R 3R 2R 1R
Wimbledon, 2013 Roland Wimbledon 14-9 1R 2R 4R — 3R 4R 2R 2R 3R 2R
Garros, 2015 Wimbledon and US Open 8-8 3R 2R 3R — — 1R 1R 1R 2R 3R
2016 Roland Garros. Reached
2004 Wimbledon junior doubles ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 53-68)
final w/Haase. Ended Monfils’ W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
bid for calendar junior Grand Indian Wells 5-9 1R 2R 1R — 1R 2R 4R 4R 3R — 1R
Slam by beating Frenchman in Miami 11-9 2R 3R 3R — 2R 3R 4R 2R 4R 2R —
2004 US Open 3R. Monte-Carlo 6-8 1R 1R 2R — 1R 2R QF 2R 1R — —
> ATP Masters 1000 quarter- Madrid 2-7 — 1R 1R — 2R 2R 1R 1R 1R — —
finalist at 2011 Monte-Carlo and Rome 9-8 2R 2R 3R — 2R 2R 2R 2R 2R — —
2017 Shanghai. Ended Nadal’s Canada 4-7 1R 1R 1R — — 2R 3R 2R 1R — —
2016 season by beating Spaniard Cincinnati 3-7 1R 1R 1R — — 3R 1R 2R 1R — —
in 2016 Shanghai 2R. Shanghai 8-6 QF 3R 2R — — 2R 1R — 2R — —
Paris 5-7 1R 2R 3R — — 1R 3R — 2R 1R —

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STEFANOS TSITSIPAS GRE
www.steftsitsipas.com @StefTsitsipas @StefTsitsipas @stefanostsitsipas98
BORN: 12 August 1998, Athens, Greece HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.93m (6'4") / 83kg (183lbs)
RESIDENCE: Athens, Greece PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 4-10 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $351,082
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 0-1 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 87 (6 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 0-0 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 315 (24 July 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS PERSONAL and hanging out with friends


PRIZE MONEY: $306,652 > Nickname is "Stef" Speaks Greek, Russian and
> 
W-L: 4-10 (singles) > Began playing tennis at age 3 English
SINGLES SF (1): Antwerp with his parents, who worked > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
as coaches at a summer resort would have liked to have been a
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS in Greece football player
> Top-ranked Greek player in ATP Father, Apostolos, is a tennis
>  > Fan of Olympiakos football and
Rankings history broke into Top coach; mother, Julia Salnikova, basketball teams
100 on 23 October 2017, then was a top USSR player in the Trains in Athens and at the
> 
achieved career-high No. 87 on 6 1980s and now a coach; sister Mouratoglou Academy in France
November 2017. One of 3 teens in Elisavet, and brothers, Petros > Served as practice partner at
2017 year-end Top 100 (also and Pavlos, all play competitive 2016 Nitto ATP Finals and
Shapovalov, Tiafoe). Improved tennis alternate at 2017 Next Gen ATP
year-end ranking by at least 100 > Favourite surface is grass and Finals
spots in 4 straight seasons shot is forehand Coached
>  by his father
(2014-17). > Favourite tournament is Apostolos. Fitness trainer is
> Defeated No. 10 Goffin in 3rd- Wimbledon Nikolas Sismanidis.
set TB to reach 1st ATP World Idol growing up was Roger
> 
Tour SF at 2017 Antwerp as Q. Federer
Became 1st Greek semi- Enjoys playing table tennis,
> 
finalist since Kalogeropoulos video games, swimming, movies
at 1973 Des Moines. Beat
Khachanov for 1st ATP World
Tour win in 9th try at 2017 ATP YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Masters 1000 Shanghai as Q. 2017: 91 (4-10) 2015: 572 (0-0) 2013: T2015 (0-0)
> Led ATP by qualifying for 8 tour- 2016: 209 (0-0) 2014: 1271 (0-0)
level events in 2017, including 5
in as many weeks at Metz, GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 0-2)
Chengdu, Tokyo, ATP Masters W-L 18 17
1000 Shanghai and Antwerp. Aus. Open 0-0 —
Also qualified at Istanbul, Roland Garros 0-1 1R
Roland Garros and Wimbledon. Wimbledon 0-1 1R
> Owns 1-3 record in ATP US Open 0-0 —
Challenger Tour finals, capturing
1st title at 2017 Genoa, ITA. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 1-1)
> Became World No. 1 junior on 23 W-L 18 17
May 2016. Went 112-47 on ITF Indian Wells 0-0 —
Junior Circuit, including wins over Miami 0-0 —
fellow #NextGenATP players Monte-Carlo 0-0 —
Bublik, de Minaur, Fritz, Harris, Madrid 0-0 —
Moutet, Paul, Rublev, Santillan Rome 0-0 —
and Shapovalov. Reached junior Canada 0-0 —
SFs at Wimbledon and US Open in Cincinnati 0-0 —
2016. Won junior doubles title at Shanghai 1-1 2R
2016 Wimbledon w/Raisma. Paris 0-0 —

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JO-WILFRIED TSONGA FRA
www.jowiltsonga.fr @tsonga7 @tsonga @tsongaofficiel
BORN: 17 April 1985, Le Mans, France HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 91kg (200lbs)
RESIDENCE: Gingins, Switzerland PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 426-195 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $20,808,869
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 43-81 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 5 (27 February 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 15-10 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 33 (26 October 2009)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (16): 2017 (4): Improved Player of the Year by
PRIZE MONEY: $1,857,015 Antwerp(IH), Lyon (CL), Marseille his fellow players
W-L: 38-15 (singles), 1-2 (doubles) (IH), Rotterdam (IH); 2015 (1): Metz His 2008 Paris final vs.
> 
SINGLES TITLES (4): Rotterdam, (IH); 2014 (1): Toronto (H); 2013 (1): Nalbandian attracted 2nd-
Marseille, Lyon, Antwerp Marseille (IH); 2012 (2): Metz (IH), highest audience on French TV
F (1): Vienna Doha (H); 2011 (2): Vienna (IH), Metz Canal+ in 2008 for a Sunday
SF (1): Montpellier (IH); 2009 (3): Tokyo (H), Marseille sports program, peaking at 1.3
QF (3): Doha, Australian Open, St. (IH), Johannesburg (H); 2008 (2): million viewers on match point
Petersburg Paris (IH), Bangkok (IH). FINALIST (12). > In 2011, was presented with the ATP
CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (4). ACES For Charity grant for his
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS foundation "Attrap' La Balle", which
> Ended 10 straight seasons in Top PERSONAL provides underprivileged children
15, highlighted by 6 Top 10 > Nicknamed "Ali" in Congo with access to sports
finishes (2008-09, 2011-13, 2015). > Father, ex-handball player > Fiancee, Noura; son, Shugar
Ranked in Top 25 each week since Didier, and mother, Evelyne, are (born 18 March 2017)
reaching 2008 Australian Open teachers; sister, Sarah; brother, > C oached by Thierry Ascione
final, including 10 weeks at Enzo. Says he got strength from > Missed 2008 Roland Garros and
career-high No. 5 in 2012. his father, kindness from his Wimbledon (right knee surgery),
> Won 8 of 16 titles in France (3 mother. 2010 and 2013 US Open (left
Marseille, 3 Metz, 1 Paris, 1 Lyon). > Voted 2007 ATP Newcomer of knee), and 2015 Australian Open
Earned 30+ victories in 10 straight the Year and 2008 Most (right forearm)
seasons (2008-17), posting 400th
win overall in 2017 Rotterdam SF
(d. Berdych). Qualified for Nitto YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
ATP Finals in 2008 and 2011-12, 2017: 15 (38-15) 2012: 8 (55-25) 2007: 43 (14-10) 2002: 504 (0-0)
reaching 2011 final. One of 3 2016: 12 (37-17) 2011: 6 (55-24) 2006: 212 (0-0) 2001: 898 (0-0)
players to beat Nadal, Federer 2015: 10 (32-16) 2010: 13 (31-16) 2005: 345 (0-1)
and Djokovic when each were No. 2014: 12 (36-19) 2009: 10 (53-20) 2004: 157 (2-2)
1 (also Del Potro, Murray). 2013: 10 (39-16) 2008: 6 (34-14) 2003: 386 (0-0)
> Reached 2008 Australian Open
final as World No. 38. Remains GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 115-39)
lowest-ranked Grand Slam W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
finalist since No. 54 Baghdatis at Aus. Open 34-10 QF 4R — 4R QF 4R 3R SF QF F 1R — —
2006 Australian Open. Advanced Roland Garros 27-10 1R 3R SF 4R SF QF 3R 4R 4R — — — 1R
to 5 other Grand Slam SFs, most Wimbledon 30-10 3R QF 3R 4R 2R SF SF QF 3R — 4R — —
recently 2015 Roland Garros. US Open 24-9 2R QF QF 4R — 2R QF — 4R 3R 3R — —
One of 3 men to beat Nadal,
Federer, Djokovic and Murray at NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Grand Slams (also Berdych, Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08
Wawrinka). Won 2003 US Open 4-7 — — — — — RR F — — RR
junior title (d. Baghdatis).
> Won ATP Masters 1000 titles at ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 118-72)
2008 Paris and 2014 Toronto. W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04
One of 2 active players other than Indian Wells 13-9 2R QF — 2R QF 4R 2R 4R 3R 4R — — — —
Big Four with multiple ATP Miami 17-9 — 3R 3R 4R 4R QF 3R QF QF 3R — — — —
Masters 1000 titles (also A. Monte-Carlo 14-8 2R SF 3R QF SF QF 2R 3R — — — — — —
Zverev). Runner-up at 2011 Paris Madrid 12-9 2R 3R 3R 2R QF 3R 3R 2R 2R 3R — — — —
and 2015 Shanghai. Rome 8-8 — — 2R 3R 2R QF 2R QF 1R 1R — — — —
> Owns 27-9 Davis Cup record, Canada 16-5 2R — QF W — 2R SF — SF — — — — —
leading France to title in 2017 (d. Cincinnati 2-6 2R 3R 1R 1R — — 2R — 2R — — — — —
BEL 3-2) and final in 2014 (l. to Shanghai 17-7 — QF F — SF QF 2R QF 3R — — — — —
SUI 3-1). At 2012 London Paris 18-10 2R QF 3R 3R 2R QF F — QF W 2R — — 2R
Olympics, earned doubles silver Hamburg: 1-1 (2R - 2008)
medal w/Llodra. Doubles Titles (1): 2009 - Shanghai (w/ Benneteau)

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MICHAEL VENUS NZL
@mvenus3
BORN: 16October1987,Auckland,NewZealand HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 85kg (187lbs)
RESIDENCE: Auckland, New Zealand PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand

CAREER DOUBLES W-L: 103-88 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 274 (25 July 2011)
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,162,656 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 12 (17 July 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS Garros. Advanced to 2017 US > Favourite surface is hard court
PRIZE MONEY: $612,032 Open mixed doubles final in team and shot is forehand
W-L: 1-2 (singles), 29-30 (doubles) debut w/H. Chan. Favourite tournament is the
> 
DOUBLES TITLES (2): Estoril, Roland > Enjoyed 1st ATP Masters 1000 Australian Open
Garros (both w/Harrison) victories en route to 2017 Hobbies include going to the
> 
SF (3): 's-Hertogenbosch (w/Sa), Cincinnati SF w/R. Harrison. beach, watching movies and
Cincinnati, ATP Finals (both w/ reading
Harrison) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (7). 2017 (2): > Supports the All Blacks (rugby)
Roland Garros (CL), Estoril (CL) Played college tennis at
> 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (both w/Harrison); 2016 (4): University of Texas (2006) and
> Achieved career-high No. 12 in 's-Hertogenbosch (G), Marseille Louisiana State University
doubles on 17 July 2017 after (IH), Montpellier (IH), Auckland (H) (2008-09)
reaching Wimbledon QF w/ (all w/Pavic); 2015 (1): Nice (CL) (w/ > Named SEC Player of the Year
Harrison. Broke into Top 20 on 12 Pavic). FINALIST (7). and All-American in singles
June 2007 following Roland and doubles as a senior
Garros title w/Harrison. PERSONAL Trains at IMG Academy in
> 
Improved year-end ranking in 10 > Began playing tennis at age 4 Bradenton, Florida
straight seasons (2008-17). with his family > Coached by Pat Harrison and
> Defeated defending and eventual Father, David, is involved in
>  Will Ward
champions Kontinen/Peers en lighting; mother, Lynne, is a
route to 2017 Nitto ATP Finals SF nurse; sisters, Sarah-Jane,
w/Harrison. Laura and Elizabeth
> Owns 7-7 record in doubles
finals. All 14 finals have come
since May 2015, 13 of 14 have YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
been w/Pavic or w/Harrison, and 2017: 15 (29-30) 2014: 62 (9-14) 2011: 552 (0-1) 2008: T789 (0-0)
12 of 14 were at ATP World Tour 2016: 32 (41-18) 2013: 121 (0-1) 2010: 626 (0-2) 2007: 925 (0-0)
250 events. Earned 36 of career- 2015: 44 (22-19) 2012: 320 (2-3) 2009: 681 (0-0)
best 41 victories in 2016 w/Pavic.
> Posted all 6 wins in 3 sets to GRAND SLAM DOUBLES HISTORY (1 title)
capture 1st Grand Slam doubles Roland Garros W - 2017 (w/Harrison)
title at 2017 Roland Garros w/
Harrison. Became 1st Kiwi to win NITTO ATP FINALS DOUBLES HISTORY
Grand Slam men's doubles title Career 18 17
since Parun at 1974 Roland 3-1 SF (w/Harrison)

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FERNANDO VERDASCO ESP
@FerVerdasco7 @fernandoverdasco.esp @ferverdasco
BORN: 15 November 1983, Madrid, Spain HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.85m (6’1”)/87kg (192lbs)
RESIDENCE: Doha, Qatar PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 487-361 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $14,490,880
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 24-95 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 7 (20 April 2009)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 23-20 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 8 (11 November 2013)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (7): 2016 (1): Bucharest PERSONAL


PRIZE MONEY: $1,399,586 (CL); 2014 (1): Houston (CL); 2010 > Began playing tennis at age 4 with
W-L: 29-25 (singles), 12-13 (doubles) (2): Barcelona (CL), San Jose (IH); father, Jose, at their home, which
SINGLES F (1): Dubai 2009 (1): New Haven (H); 2008 (1): had 2 hard courts in the backyard
SF (3): Doha, Bastad, Stockholm Umag (CL); 2004 (1): Valencia (CL). > Father and mother, Olga, own
QF (4): Houston, Budapest, FINALIST (15): 2017 (1): Dubai (H); 2016 restaurants in Madrid; sisters,
Antalya, Paris (1): Bastad (CL); 2013 (1): Bastad Sara and Ana
(CL); 2012 (1): Acapulco (CL); 2011 > Favourite football team is Real
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS (3): Gstaad (CL), Estoril (CL), San Madrid
> Finished 14 straight seasons in Jose (IH); 2010 (2): Nice (CL), Monte- > C onsiders forehand best shot
Top 50 (2004-17), highlighted by Carlo (CL); 2009 (2): Kuala Lumpur Enjoys spending free time in
> 
Top 10 year-end rankings in 2009 (IH), Brisbane (H); 2008 (1): Miami
and 2010. Broke into singles Top Nottingham (G); 2007 (1): St. > W ife, Ana (married 7 December
10 after reaching 2009 Petersburg (IC); 2005 (1): Kitzbuhel 2017)
Australian Open SF and doubles (CL); 2004 (1): Acapulco (CL). Coached by Nacho Truyol.
> 
Top 10 after winning 2013 Nitto CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (7). FINALIST (5). Fitness trainers are Javier
ATP Finals title w/Marrero. Bustos and Jose Maria
> Also appeared at 2009 Nitto ATP Castillo.
Finals in singles, losing all 3 RR
matches in 3 sets. Only player to
qualify in singles and doubles YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
since Bjorkman (1997 singles; 2017: 35 (29-25) 2012: 24 (32-22) 2007: 26 (34-28) 2002: 173 (1-2)
1994, 1996 and 2003-08 2016: 42 (29-26) 2011: 24 (36-24) 2006: 35 (32-26) 2001: 462 (0-0)
doubles). 2015: 49 (24-26) 2010: 9 (43-22) 2005: 33 (35-28) 2000: T1334 (0-0)
> Winner of 7 singles and 7 doubles 2014: 33 (26-20) 2009: 9 (52-25) 2004: 36 (31-25) 1999: T1031 (0-0)
titles, with 1st in both coming in 2013: 30 (29-23) 2008: 16 (47-27) 2003: 107 (7-12)
2004. Earned 20+ singles
victories in 14 straight seasons GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 98-58)
(2004-17), celebrating 400th win W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03
in 2014 US Open 1R (d. Rola). Aus. Open 21-14 1R 2R 3R 2R 3R 1R 4R 4R SF 2R 2R 2R 2R 1R —
Clinched 2008 and 2009 Davis Roland Garros 28-14 4R 3R 2R 4R 2R 3R 3R 4R 4R 4R 4R 2R 1R 2R —
Cup titles for Spain. Wimbledon 22-15 1R 1R 3R 1R QF 3R 2R 1R 4R 4R 3R 4R 2R 2R 1R
> Upset Murray and Tsonga en US Open 27-15 2R 1R 2R 2R 1R 3R 3R QF QF 3R 3R 3R 4R 2R 3R
route to 1st Grand Slam SF at
2009 Australian Open (l. to No. 1 NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Nadal in 5h14m). Beat Nadal in Career 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09
2016 Australian Open 1R after 0-3 — — — — — — — — RR
4h41m. Reached QFs at 2009 US Doubles Titles (1): 2013 (w/Marrero)
Open, 2010 US Open and 2013
Wimbledon. Played at 58 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 114-113)
straight Grand Slams, 2nd- W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03
longest active streak entering Indian Wells 16-14 3R 3R 3R 4R 2R 3R 3R 3R QF 3R 3R 3R 2R 1R —
2018 (Lopez 63). Miami 17-15 3R 3R 4R 2R 2R 3R 2R QF QF 2R 2R 3R 3R 2R 3R
> Defeated No. 2 Djokovic twice in Monte-Carlo 9-11 — 2R 1R — 1R 3R 2R F QF 1R 1R 1R 1R — —
3 weeks to reach 2010 ATP Madrid 16-15 1R 2R 3R 2R 3R QF 1R 3R QF 2R 2R 1R 2R 3R 1R
Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo final Rome 15-11 2R — — 1R 2R 2R 2R SF QF 3R 1R 2R QF — —
and 2010 ATP Masters 1000 Canada 9-8 — — 1R — — — 2R 2R 3R 2R 3R 3R — 1R —
Rome SF. Also a doubles finalist Cincinnati 8-12 1R 2R 2R 2R — — 3R 2R 1R 3R 2R 1R — 1R 1R
at 2013 ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai 4-8 1R 1R 1R — 2R 3R 2R 1R 2R — — — — — —
Shanghai w/Marrero. Paris 12-14 QF 2R 1R 3R 2R 1R 2R 3R 3R 3R 1R 1R 2R 1R —
Hamburg: 8-5 (QF - 2008, 2006; 3R - 2004; 1R - 2007, 2005)

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JIRI VESELY CZE
@jiri_vesely Jiri Vesely @veselyjiri
BORN: 10 July 1993, Pribram, Czech Republic HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.98m (6'6") / 92kg (203lbs)
RESIDENCE: Ras Al Khaimah, UAE PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 85-102 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,917,835
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 2-15 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 35 (27 April 2015)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 5-4 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 94 (8 June 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (1): 2015 (1): Auckland > Speaks Czech, English and German
PRIZE MONEY: $782,358 (H). FINALIST (1): 2015 (1): Bucharest > Idols growing up were Roger
W-L: 24-26 (singles), 9-12 (doubles) (CL). Federer and Tomas Berdych
SINGLES SF (1): Marrakech CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). Favourite surfaces are hard
> 
QF (3): Auckland, Umag, Hamburg and clay, and shot is serve
DOUBLES TITLES (1): Istanbul (w/ PERSONAL > If he wasn't a tennis player, he
Jebavy) Began playing tennis against
>  would do something related to
the wall at age 4 after watching sports
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS his father play > Fan of Slavia Prague football
> Finished 5 straight seasons in > Father, Jiri, is a tennis coach; team
Top 100 (2013-17), achieving mother, Irena, is a shoe Named 2013 ATP Star of
> 
career-high No. 35 on 27 April company manager; sisters, Tomorrow for being the
2015 after reaching Bucharest Aneta and Natalie youngest player to finish in the
final. Broke into Top 100 on 8 July > Moved to Germany at age 2 and Top 100
2013 -- 2 days before 20th spent 10 years in German cities > Coached by Jaroslav Machovsky.
birthday. Ended 2013 as Wolfsburg and Gottingen, Fitness coach is Jozef Ivanko.
youngest player in Top 100. where his father worked as a
> Reached 1st 2 ATP World Tour tennis coach, before moving
singles finals of career in 2015, back to Czech Republic. Went
winning Auckland as Q and to German school until 6th
finishing as runner-up at grade.
Bucharest. Owns 6 Challenger
championships, highlighted by
2014, 2015 and 2017 titles on YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
home soil at Prostejov, CZE. 2017: 62 (24-26) 2015: 41 (24-30) 2013: 84 (0-7) 2011: 604 (0-0)
> Advanced to Grand Slam 4R for 2016: 55 (21-22) 2014: 66 (16-17) 2012: 260 (0-0) 2010: 862 (0-0)
1st time at 2016 Wimbledon.
Reached 3R at 2014 Wimbledon, GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 14-17)
2015 US Open and 2017 Roland W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13
Garros. Aus. Open 0-4 1R 1R 1R 1R —
> Defeated World No. 1 Djokovic Roland Garros 4-5 3R 2R 1R 2R 1R
for 1st Top 10 win en route to 2016 Wimbledon 7-4 2R 4R 2R 3R —
ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo US Open 3-4 1R 2R 3R 1R 1R
3R. Also reached ATP Masters
1000 3R at 2014 Indian Wells and ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 11-19)
2017 Miami. W-L 18 17 16 15 14
> Went 125-45 on ITF Junior Indian Wells 3-4 2R 1R 1R 3R
Circuit, ending 2011 as World No. Miami 3-4 3R 1R 1R 2R
1. Swept 2011 Australian Open Monte-Carlo 3-3 2R 3R 1R —
junior titles in singles and Madrid 0-1 — — 1R —
doubles w/Horansky. Also Rome 2-2 2R — 2R —
reached junior finals in 2011 US Canada 0-0 — — — —
Open singles, 2010 US Open Cincinnati 0-3 1R 1R 1R —
doubles w/Golding and 2011 Shanghai 0-1 1R — — —
Wimbledon doubles w/Golding. Paris 0-1 — — 1R —

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STAN WAWRINKA SUI
www.stanwawrinka.com @stanwawrinka @StanWawrinkaOfficial @stanwawrinka85
BORN: 28 March 1985, Lausanne, Switzerland HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6’0”)/81kg (179lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 465-262 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $30,905,144
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 50-86 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 3 (27 January 2014)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 26-20 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 88 (2 February 2015)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS (CL); 2006 (1): Umag (CL). FINALIST by his country's TV audience.
PRIZE MONEY: $3,100,512 (12). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (4). Elected 2015 Swiss Sportsman
W-L: 26-11 (singles), 1-3 (doubles) of the Year.
SINGLES TITLES (1): Geneva PERSONAL > A ppeared in ESPN The
F (2): Indian Wells, Roland Garros > Nicknamed "Stan the Man" and Magazine Body Issue in 2015
SF (2): Brisbane, Australian Open "Stanimal" > Supports the "Let it Beat"
> Began playing at 8; stopped foundation
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS school at 15 to focus on tennis > Member of ATP Player Council
> Ended 2014-16 at No. 4 in ATP > Father, Wolfram, is German; for 2014-16 term
Rankings. Reached career-high mother, Isabelle, is Swiss; > Daughter, Alexia (born 12
No. 3 on 27 January 2014 after brother, Jonathan; sisters, February 2010)
winning Australian Open title. Djanaee and Naella. Parents > Works and travels with Yannick
> Qualified for 2013-17 Nitto ATP work on an organic farm, Fattebert. Fitness trainer is
Finals, advancing to 2013-15 SFs. helping handicapped people. Pierre Paganini.
Held 4 MPs in 2014 SF before > Enjoys movies and music. Fan > Appeared at 50 straight Grand
falling to Federer in 3rd-set TB. of Lausanne ice hockey club. Slams before missing 2017 US
> Owns 16 singles titles, including > Swiss flag carrier at 2012 Open and ending seasson
wins in 11 straight finals from Olympics opening ceremony following 2 left knee surgeries in
2014-16. Defeated Federer for > C onsiders backhand his best August 2017. Underwent right
lone ATP Masters 1000 title at shot knee surgery in February 2007.
2014 Monte-Carlo. Also an ATP > Named 2013 Swiss of the Year
Masters 1000 finalist at 2008
Rome, 2013 Madrid and 2017
Indian Wells. One of 2 men to beat YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Big Four on clay (also Thiem) and 2017: 9 (26-11) 2012: 17 (35-20) 2007: 36 (21-24) 2002: 690 (0-0)
1 of 3 to beat Big Four at Grand 2016: 4 (46-18) 2011: 17 (36-20) 2006: 30 (33-24) 2001: T1044(0-0)
Slams (also Berdych, Tsonga). 2015: 4 (55-18) 2010: 21 (36-19) 2005: 55 (16-16)
> Upset World No. 1 in finals of 2014 2014: 4 (39-17) 2009: 21 (31-20) 2004: 162 (0-7)
Australian Open (d. Nadal), 2015 2013: 8 (51-23) 2008: 13 (38-21) 2003: 169 (2-4)
Roland Garros (d. Djokovic) and
2016 US Open (d. Djokovic). At age GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 130-47, 3 titles)
31, became oldest US Open W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
champion since Rosewall in 1970. Aus. Open 36-11 SF 4R SF W 4R 3R QF 3R 3R 2R 3R 2R —
Also beat No. 1 Murray en route to Roland Garros 38-12 F SF W 1R QF 4R 4R 4R 3R 3R 2R 1R 3R
2017 Roland Garros final. Owns Wimbledon 18-13 1R 2R QF QF 1R 1R 2R 1R 4R 4R 1R 3R 1R
4-4 record vs. World No. 1 at US Open 38-11 — W SF QF SF 4R 2R QF 1R 4R 4R 3R 3R
Grand Slams and 0-16 elsewhere.
> Won Olympic doubles gold NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
medal in 2008 w/Federer and Career 18 17 16 15 14 13
helped Swiss to Davis Cup title in 7-8 ** RR SF SF SF
2014. Played longest Davis Cup ** Qualified but did not play due to injury
rubber in 2013 w/Chiudinelli (l. to
Berdych/Rosol 24-22 in 5th after ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 138-94; 1 title)
7h1m). W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
Indian Wells 22-10 F 4R 2R 4R 4R 3R QF — 4R QF — 2R —
CAREER TITLES (16): 2017 (1): Geneva Miami 9-9 4R 2R 3R 4R — — 2R 3R 4R 2R — 2R —
(CL); 2016 (4): US Open (H), Geneva Monte-Carlo 20-9 3R QF 3R W QF QF — 3R SF 1R — 1R —
(CL), Dubai (H), Chennai (H); 2015 Madrid 13-11 2R 2R 3R 2R F 3R 1R 3R 3R 3R 1R — —
(4): Tokyo (H), Roland Garros Rome 22-12 3R 3R SF 3R 2R 3R 3R QF 3R F 1R 1R 2R
(CL), Rotterdam (IH), Chennai (H); Canada 13-10 — SF 2R 3R 2R — QF 2R 3R 3R 2R — 1R
2014 (3): Monte-Carlo (CL), Cincinnati 13-10 — 3R QF QF 2R SF 1R 2R 1R — 1R 3R —
Australian Open (H), Chennai (H); Shanghai 12-8 — 3R QF 2R QF 3R 3R 2R 3R — — — —
2013 (1): Oeiras (CL); 2011 (1): Paris 13-12 — 2R SF 3R QF 3R 1R 3R 1R 2R 3R 2R 2R
Chennai (H); 2010 (1): Casablanca Hamburg: 1-3 (2R - 2008; 1R - 2007, 2006)

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DONALD YOUNG USA
@Yimlife1313 @donaldyoungjr
BORN: 23 July 1989, Chicago, IL, USA HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 79kg (175lbs)
RESIDENCE: Atlanta, GA, USA PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 121-175 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,216,868
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 3-25 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 38 (27 February 2012)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 5-4 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 43 (14 August 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS > Went 113-32 on ITF Junior him throughout his career
PRIZE MONEY: $926,672 Circuit, ending 2005 as World > Parents run the South Fulton
W-L:24-22 (singles), 9-13 (doubles) No. 1. Won junior singles titles at Tennis Center in College Park,
SINGLES SF (2): Memphis, Delray 2005 Australian Open and 2007 Georgia
Beach Wimbledon, as well as 2005 US > Writes right-handed
QF (3): London/Queen's Club, Open junior doubles title w/ > Favourite surface is hard and
Eastbourne, Shenzhen Clayton. Reached 2005 shot is volley
Australian Open junior doubles > Favourite tournaments are
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS final w/de Bakker. Washington and US Open
> F inished 7 seasons in Top 100 > Favourite athletes are Michael
(2007, 2011, 2013-17), breaking CAREER FINALIST (2): 2015 (1): Delray Jordan, Pete Sampras and
into Top 100 at age 18 on 19 Beach (H); 2011 (1): Bangkok (IH). Tiger Woods. Also a fan of
November 2007. Achieved CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). Atlanta Falcons (NFL).
career-high No. 38 on 27 > Enjoys playing table tennis and
February 2012 before suffering PERSONAL board games like Monopoly
17-match losing streak. Earned > Began playing tennis at age 3 > Only athlete in Newsweek
1st ATP ranking point 10 days with mother, Illona, and father, Magazine's "Who's Next?"
after 15th birthday on 2 August Donald, Sr., who have coached feature on 27 December 2004
2004.
> Advanced to ATP World Tour
finals at 2011 Bangkok and 2015 YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Delray Beach. Earned career- 2017: 61 (24-22) 2013: 96 (2-3) 2009: 194 (0-4) 2005: 571 (0-7)
high 24 wins in 2017. Owns 156- 2016: 88 (18-21) 2012: 190 (5-24) 2008: 140 (8-20) 2004: T1253 (0-0)
79 Challenger record (8-8 in 2015: 48 (22-23) 2011: 39 (19-17) 2007: 98 (2-3)
finals). 2014: 57 (18-22) 2010: 128 (3-6) 2006: 484 (0-3)
> Played in US Open main draw 13
straight years (2005-17), GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 20-34)
highlighted by 4R finishes in 2011 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
and 2015. Upset Wawrinka in Aus. Open 6-8 2R 1R 2R 3R — 2R 1R 2R — 1R — — —
5th-set TB at 2011 US Open, then Roland Garros 2-6 1R 1R 1R 3R — 1R — — — 1R — — —
beat Simon and Troicki for 1st 2 Wimbledon 2-7 2R 2R 1R 1R — 1R 1R — — 1R — — —
comebacks from 2 sets down at US Open 10-13 2R 2R 4R 1R 2R 1R 4R 1R 1R 1R 3R 1R 1R
2015 US Open. Advanced to 1st
Grand Slam final in 2nd doubles ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 19-38)
event w/S. Gonzalez at 2017 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05
Roland Garros. Indian Wells 9-9 4R 1R 3R 1R — 1R 3R — — 3R — 1R 1R
> Reached ATP Masters 1000 R16 Miami 5-8 4R 1R 2R 2R — 1R 1R — — — — 1R 1R
at 2015 Montreal as Q, 2017 Monte-Carlo 0-1 — — — — — 1R — — — — — — —
Indian Wells and 2017 Miami. Madrid 0-2 — — 1R — — 1R — — — — — — —
Qualified 7 times at ATP Masters Rome 0-3 1R — 1R — — 1R — — — — — — —
1000 events, including 2011 Canada 4-6 1R 2R 3R 2R — 1R — — — 1R — — —
Indian Wells, where he defeated Cincinnati 0-4 1R — — — — 1R — 1R — 1R — — —
No. 5 Murray in 2R for biggest Shanghai 1-3 — — 1R 1R — — 2R — — — — — —
win of career. Paris 0-2 — — — 1R — — 1R — — — — — —

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MIKHAIL YOUZHNY RUS
BORN: 25 June 1982, Moscow, Russia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.83m (6'0") / 73kg (160lbs)
RESIDENCE: Moscow, Russia PLAYS: Right-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 492-398 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $13,863,808
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 31-87 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 8 (28 January 2008)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 21-17 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 38 (11 April 2011)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (10): 2013 (2): Valencia > At age 13, ballboyed for 1995
PRIZE MONEY: $489,264 (IH), Gstaad (CL); 2012 (1): Zagreb (IH); Russia-USA Davis Cup final in
W-L:10-20 (singles), 1-6 (doubles) 2010 (2): Kuala Lumpur (IH), Munich Moscow and posed for photos
SINGLES QF (1): Chennai (CL); 2009 (1): Moscow (IH); 2008 (1): with Jim Courier, Pete
Chennai (H); 2007 (1): Rotterdam (IH); Sampras and Todd Martin
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 2004 (1): St. Petersburg (IC); 2002 (1): Graduated with Philosophy
> 
> Ended 13 straight seasons in Top Stuttgart (CL).FINALIST (11). Doctor's Degree from the
50 (2002-14) and 16 of last 17 CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (9). FINALIST (3). University of Moscow on 15
seasons in Top 100 (2001-14, November 2011
2016-17). Broke into Top 10 in PERSONAL > Wife, Yulia (married 22 November
2007, achieved career-high No. 8 > Began playing tennis at age 6 2008 in Moscow); sons, Maxim
in 2008 and finished in Top 10 for Father, Mikhail, is deceased;
>  (born on 4 December 2009) and
1st time in 2010. mother, Lubov, is an economist; Igor (born on 4 July 2012)
> Captured 10 singles titles, brother, Andrei > C oached by Boris Sobkin (since
including 2 on home soil at 2004 Childhood hero was Stefan
>  age 10). Fitness trainer is Oleg
St. Petersburg and 2009 Edberg Mosiakov.
Moscow. Earned 20+ victories in
13 straight seasons (2001-13),
highlighted by 50-win campaign YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
in 2007. Enjoyed 400th win of 2017: 84 (10-20) 2012: 25 (33-21) 2007: 19 (50-24) 2002: 32 (31-24)
career in 2013 Doha 1R (d. 2016: 57 (17-18) 2011: 35 (27-24) 2006: 24 (25-21) 2001: 58 (20-20)
Becker). Boasts 2nd-most wins 2015: 127 (9-24) 2010: 10 (43-19) 2005: 44 (23-23) 2000: 113 (6-8)
among Russians with 492 2014: 48 (18-23) 2009: 19 (42-28) 2004: 16 (42-27) 1999: 327 (0-1)
(Kafelnikov 609). Owns 4 wins vs. 2013: 15 (39-24) 2008: 33 (28-22) 2003: 43 (29-27) 1998: T1105 (0-0)
World No. 2 (3 vs. Nadal, 1 vs.
Djokovic), but none against No. 1. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 101-64)
> Advanced to US Open SFs in 2006 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01
and 2010. Reached QFs of all 4 Aus. Open 20-15 1R — 1R 2R 2R 1R 3R 3R 1R QF 3R 1R 2R 1R 4R 3R 3R
Grand Slams, including Roland Garros 23-17 1R 1R 1R 2R 4R 3R 3R QF 2R 3R 4R 2R 2R 3R 2R 1R 1R
Australian Open in 2008, Roland Wimbledon 32-17 2R 2R 1R 2R 4R QF 4R 2R 1R 4R 4R 3R 4R 1R 2R 4R 4R
Garros in 2010 and Wimbledon in US Open 26-15 2R 3R 2R 1R QF 1R 1R SF 2R — 2R SF 3R 3R 1R — 3R
2012.
> Reached 6 ATP Masters 1000 ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 77-107)
QFs, most recently at 2014 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01
Shanghai. Earned 2 of his 31 Top Indian Wells 6-10 2R 2R 1R — 2R — — — 1R 3R 2R 1R 2R 4R 1R — —
10 wins over Gonzalez and Haas Miami 11-13 1R 2R 2R — 3R — 3R QF 2R 4R 3R 1R 2R 1R 2R — —
to advance to 2007 ATP Masters Monte-Carlo 4-11 — — 1R 1R 2R 1R 1R 2R — 2R 2R 1R — — 1R — 3R
1000 Paris QF. Madrid 7-11 — — — 2R 3R 2R 1R 2R — 1R 2R — 1R 1R 1R 3R —
> Rallied Russia to 2002 Davis Cup Rome 8-11 — — — 3R 2R 2R 1R 1R 2R — 3R 2R 1R 1R 1R — —
title by coming back from 2 sets Canada 13-15 1R 2R 3R 1R 2R 2R 1R 2R 3R 2R 3R 2R 1R 2R 1R — —
down to defeat Mathieu (RUS d. Cincinnati 13-14 1R 2R — 3R 2R 1R 1R 1R 2R 1R 2R 2R QF 2R 3R — —
FRA 3-2). Also played in 2007 Shanghai 3-6 — 1R — QF 1R 1R 1R 2R — — — — — — — — —
final (USA d. RUS 4-1). Paris 6-9 — — — 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R — 1R QF — — QF 1R — —
Hamburg: 6-7 (QF - 2004; 3R - 2003; 2R - 2005; 1R - 2008, 2007, 2006, 2002)

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HORACIO ZEBALLOS ARG
@HoracioZeballos @horaciozeballos
BORN: 27 April 1985, Mar del Plata, Argentina HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.88m (6'2") / 83kg (183lbs)
RESIDENCE: Buenos Aires, Argentina PLAYS: Left-handed · One-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 80-119 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $3,602,816
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 1-7 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 39 (4 March 2013)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 2-2 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 32 (25 October 2010)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER TITLES (1): 2013 (1): Vina del > Idols growing up were Goran
PRIZE MONEY: $873,266 Mar (CL). FINALIST (1): 2009 (1): St. Ivanisevic and Thomas Muster.
W-L: 20-22 (singles), 25-18 (doubles) Petersburg (IH). Met both in 2008 at Graz,
SINGLES SF (1): Barcelona CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (7). FINALIST (6). Austria.
QF (1): Munich > Fan of Boca Juniors and enjoys
DOUBLES TITLES (1): Houston PERSONAL drinking mate on the Argentinean
(w/Peralta) > Began playing tennis at age 6 coast
with father, also Horacio, who > Voted 2009 ATP Newcomer of
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS coached him until age 18 the Year by his fellow players
> Finished 5 seasons in Top 100 > Mother, Carolina, is a geography > Wife, Sofia Menconi (married
(2009, 2012-13, 2016-17), teacher; sister, Carolina, plays 28 October 2014); daughter,
achieving career-high No. 39 on on the ITF Women's Circuit Emma (born 18 April 2016)
4 March 2013 after reaching Moved to Buenos Aires in
>  > Coached by Alejandro Lombardo
Acapulco QF. January 2009
> Captured 1st ATP World Tour > Favourite surface is clay, shot
singles title at 2013 Vina del Mar is forehand and tournaments
with biggest win of career, are US Open and Acapulco
spoiling No. 5 Nadal’s comeback
from left knee injury by upsetting
Spaniard in final. Did not reach YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
another SF until 2017 Barcelona. 2017: 66 (20-22) 2013: 56 (15-23) 2009: 45 (5-5) 2005: 524 (0-0)
Earned career-high 20 singles 2016: 71 (7-13) 2012: 84 (3-9) 2008: 209 (0-0) 2004: 687 (0-0)
wins in 2017. 2015: 124 (2-4) 2011: 109 (5-6) 2007: 254 (0-0) 2003: T1203 (0-0)
> Advanced to Grand Slam 3R and 2014: 123 (7-9) 2010: 110 (16-28) 2006: 264 (0-0)
4R for 1st time at 2017 Roland
Garros. Lost to Karlovic in 2017 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 8-20)
Australian Open 1R, when he led W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09
by 2 sets before falling 22-20 in Aus. Open 0-4 1R — — 1R 1R — — 1R —
5th after 5h14m. Match featured Roland Garros 6-5 4R 1R — — 2R 2R — 2R —
longest 5th set in tournament Wimbledon 0-5 1R 1R 1R — 1R — — 1R —
history (42 games) and most US Open 2-6 1R 2R — — 1R — 1R 1R 2R
games overall since TBs were
instituted in 1972 (84 games). ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 9-15)
> Reached ATP Masters 1000 R16 W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
for 1st time at 2016 Miami as LL. Indian Wells 2-4 2R — — 2R 1R — — 1R
Received 1R bye after replacing Miami 7-5 2R 4R — 2R 2R — — 3R
Federer, defeated Del Potro in Monte-Carlo 0-2 — — — — 1R — — 1R
2R, and saved 1 MP to beat Madrid 0-1 — — — — 1R — — —
Verdasco in 3R (l. to Goffin). Rome 0-2 — — — — 1R — — 1R
> Owns 15 singles and 34 doubles Canada 0-0 — — — — — — — —
titles on ATP Challenger Tour. Cincinnati 0-1 — — — — — — — 1R
Boasts 306-176 Challenger Shanghai 0-0 — — — — — — — —
singles record, posting 300th Paris 0-0 — — — — — — — —
win in 2017 Lyon, FRA 2R (d. E.
Ymer).

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ALEXANDER ZVEREV GER
@alexzverev123
BORN: 20 April 1997, Hamburg, Germany HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.98m (6’6”) / 86kg (189lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Right-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 117-70 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $7,041,628
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 11-16 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 3 (6 November 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 3-4 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 89 (26 June 2017)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS beating Federer in final at 2017 pro player and is now his coach;
PRIZE MONEY: $5,108,998 ATP Masters 1000 Montreal. mother, Irina, is a tennis coach;
W-L: 55-22 (singles), 11-9 (doubles) Second active player besides Big brother, Mischa, finished 2017 at
SINGLES TITLES (5): Montpellier, Four to win 2+ ATP Masters 1000 No. 33. Family moved to
Munich, Rome, Washington, titles (also Tsonga). Germany in 1991.
Montreal > Finished 2013 as World No. 1 Speaks German, Russian and
> 
F (1): Halle junior. Went 96-35 on ITF Junior English
SF (2): 's-Hertogenbosch, Beijing Circuit including victories over Idol growing up was Roger
> 
QF (4): Miami, Madrid, Shenzhen, fellow #NextGenATP players Federer. Enjoys watching NBA
Vienna Fritz, Kozlov, Mmoh, Paul and and favourite sporting personality
DOUBLES TITLES (1): Montpellier (w/M. Rublev. Won 2014 Australian is Dwyane Wade.
Zverev) Open junior title and reached > Named 2015 ATP Star of
2013 Roland Garros junior final. Tomorrow for being the
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS youngest player to finish in the
> Reached career-high No. 3 on 6 CAREER TITLES (6): 2017 (5): Montreal Top 100
November 2017, becoming (H), Washington (H), Rome (CL), > Featured in Vogue's 2015 and
youngest Top 3 player since Munich (CL), Montpellier (IH); 2017 September issue
then-No. 3 Djokovic in 2007. 2016 (1): St. Petersburg (IH). > Enjoys playing golf and Fifa 18
Achieved new career-high FINALIST (3): 2017 (1): Halle(G); > Trains in Monaco and
ranking 8 times in 2017 and 14 2016 (2): Halle (G), Nice (CL). Saddlebrook, Florida
times in 2016. Youngest player in CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (3). > Coached by his father, Alexander,
2017 year-end Top 10, 2016 year- and former World No. 1 Juan
end Top 50, 2015 year-end Top PERSONAL Carlos Ferrero (since July 2017).
100 and 2014 year-end Top 150. > Nickname is "Sascha" Fitness trainer is Jez Green and
> In 2017, became youngest player > Began playing tennis at age 5 physiotherapist is Hugo Gravil.
to qualify for Nitto ATP Finals > Father, Alexander, was a former
since Del Potro in 2008 and 1st
German since Schuettler in
2003. Went 1-2 in RR. YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
> Youngest player to win 5+ titles in 2017: 4 (55-22) 2015: 83 (14-17) 2013: 699 (0-1)
a season (2017) since Djokovic in 2016: 24 (44-24) 2014: 137 (4-6) 2012: T1163 (0-1)
2007 and 1st German since
Becker in 1996. As 19-year-old, GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 12-10)
defeated Wawrinka for 1st title at W-L 18 17 16 15
2016 St. Petersburg, becoming Aus. Open 2-2 3R 1R —
youngest ATP champion since Roland Garros 2-2 1R 3R —
Nishikori, 18, at 2008 Delray Wimbledon 6-3 4R 3R 2R
Beach. Won singles title, as well US Open 2-3 2R 2R 1R
as doubles title with older
brother M. Zverev, at 2017 NITTO ATP FINALS HISTORY
Montpellier -- 1st player to Career 18 17
sweep since Hewitt at 2014 1-2 RR
Newport and 1st brothers since
Murrays at 2011 Tokyo. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 30-16; 2 titles)
> Earned biggest victory of career W-L 18 17 16 15
over No. 2 Djokovic to win 2017 Indian Wells 4-2 3R 4R —
ATP Masters 1000 Rome title. Miami 5-3 QF 2R 2R
First ATP Masters 1000, ATP Monte-Carlo 3-2 3R 2R —
Finals or Grand Slam champion Madrid 3-1 QF — —
player born after 1988. As Rome 7-1 W 2R —
20-year-old, youngest ATP Canada 5-1 W 1R —
Masters 1000 champion since Cincinnati 0-3 2R 1R 1R
Djokovic, 19, at 2007 Miami. Shanghai 3-2 3R 3R —
Saved 3 MPs vs. Gasquet before Paris 0-1 2R — —

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MISCHA ZVEREV GER
@mischazverevofficial
BORN: 22 August 1987, Moscow, Russia HEIGHT / WEIGHT: 1.91m (6'3") / 88kg (194lbs)
RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco PLAYS: Left-handed · Two-handed backhand
CAREER W-L: 110-155 CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,115,572
CAREER W-L VS. TOP 10: 7-18 HIGHEST ATP RANKING: 25 (24 July 2017)
CAREER 5TH-SET RECORD: 4-3 HIGHEST ATP DOUBLES RANKING: 44 (8 June 2009)

2017 HIGHLIGHTS CAREER F (2): 2017 (1): Geneva (CL); Favourite surface is indoors
> 
PRIZE MONEY: $1,479,705 2010 (1): Metz (IH). and shot is serve-and-volley
W-L: 30-32 (singles), 17-23 (doubles) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (6). Wife, Evgenia (married 24
> 
SINGLES F (1): Geneva November 2017)
SF (2): Stuttgart, Metz PERSONAL > Ended 2014 season at Roland
QF (2): Australian Open, Stockholm > Nickname is "Misch" Garros and returned in 2015 on
DOUBLES TITLES (1): Montpellier > Began playing tennis at age 2 ITF Futures Circuit after
(w/A. Zverev) with father Alexander, a former undergoing wrist surgery and
ATP pro and is now his coach; suffering back, knee and rib
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS mother, Irina, is also a former injuries
> Achieved career-high No. 25 on player and a tennis coach;
24 July 2017 before finishing brother, Sascha, finished 2017
season at year-end high No. 33. as World No. 4.
Fell as low as No. 1,067 on 9 Admired his father, who
> 
March 2015. Returned to Top 50 according to players such as
on 9 January 2017 for 1st time Volkov and Kafelnikov, "played
since 5 October 2009. like a cat on the court"
> Qualified for 10 tour-level events > Family moved from Moscow to
in 2016, most of any player in Germany in 1991
Open Era (9 players qualified 9 > Speaks Russian, German and
times in single season). Also English
qualified en route to singles > Likes fishing and NBA (supports
finals at 2010 Metz and 2017 Miami Heat)
Geneva.
> Captured 2017 Montpellier
doubles title with little brother YEAR-END ATP RANKINGS HISTORY (W-L)
Alexander, who won singles title 2017: 33 (30-32) 2012: 159 (0-3) 2007: 80 (6-8) 2002: T1345 (0-0)
-- 1st sweep by brothers since 2016: 51 (12-14) 2011: 209 (2-18) 2006: 157 (3-3)
Murrays at 2011 Tokyo. Reached 2015: 172 (7-8) 2010: 82 (13-18) 2005: 552 (0-0)
doubles finals w/A. Zverev at 2014: 724 (0-0) 2009: 78 (15-24) 2004: 690 (0-0)
2015 Munich, 2016 Montpellier 2013: 174 (4-5) 2008: 80 (18-22) 2003: 776 (0-0)
and 2017 Halle. Defeated A.
Zverev in 2012 Dallas, USA GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career W-L: 14-21)
Challenger Q2 and 2014 Houston W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07
Q1. Aus. Open 5-6 QF — — — — — 1R 1R 1R 1R 2R
> Earned biggest win of career Roland Garros 0-6 1R — — — — 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R —
over No. 1 Murray to reach 1st Wimbledon 5-5 3R — — — — — 1R — 2R 3R 1R
Grand Slam QF at 2017 US Open 4-4 4R 2R — — — — — — 1R 1R —
Australian Open. Together with
A. Zverev, 1st brothers to reach ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 13-25)
Grand Slam 3R since Blacks at W-L 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09
1998 Australian Open. Also Indian Wells 3-6 3R — 1R — 2R — 2R 1R 1R
reached Wimbledon 3R and US Miami 0-3 2R — — — — — 1R — 1R
Open 4R in 2017. Monte-Carlo 0-1 1R — — — — — — — —
> Qualified at all 4 Grand Slams, Madrid 0-1 1R — — — — — — — —
but missed 17 straight main Rome 3-2 1R — — — — — — — QF
draws from 2012 Wimbledon Canada 1-2 2R — — — — — — — 1R
through 2016 Wimbledon, falling Cincinnati 1-3 2R 1R — — — — — — 1R
in qualifying 11 times. Qualified Shanghai 5-4 1R QF — — — — — 3R 1R
at 6 ATP Masters 1000 events, Paris 0-2 1R 1R — — — — — — —
reaching QFs as Q at 2009 Rome Hamburg: 0-1 (1R - 2008)
and 2016 Shanghai.

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PLAYER BIRTHDAYS
JANUARY MARCH MAY Ricardas Berankis  21-1990
Pablo Cuevas 1-1986 Divij Sharan  2-1986 Tommy Robredo  1-1982 Janko Tipsarevic  22-1984
Ivan Dodig 2-1985 Rohan Bopanna  4-1980 Jaume Munar  5-1997 Vasek Pospisil  23-1990
Liam Broady 4-1994 Blaz Kavcic  5-1987 Ryan Harrison 7-1992 Mikhail Youzhny  25-1982
Alex Bolt 5-1993 Steve Darcis  13-1984 Benoit Paire  8-1989 Adrian Mannarino  29-1988
Sergiy Stakhovsky 6-1986 Andres Molteni  15-1988 Gilles Muller 9-1983 Dusan Lajovic  30-1990
Kyle Edmund 8-1995 Renzo Olivo  15-1992 Evgeny Donskoy  9-1990
Michael Mmoh 10-1998 Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi  17-1980 Sebastian Ofner  12-1996 JULY
Mitchell Krueger 12-1994 Rajeev Ram  18-1984 Andy Murray  15-1987 Ze Zhang  4-1990
Kamil Majchrzak 13-1996 Pierre-Hugues Herbert 18-1991 Leonardo Mayer  15-1987 Yuki Bhambri  4-1992
Ruben Bemelmans 14-1988 Roberto Carballes Baena 23-1993 Lukasz Kubot  16-1982 Mate Pavic  4-1993
Marcin Matkowski  15-1981 Grigor Dimitrov  16-1991 Brayden Schnur  4-1995
Evan King  25-1992
Albert Ramos-Vinolas  17-1988 Guido Pella  17-1990 Ernesto Escobedo  4-1996
Arthur De Greef  27-1992
Marcelo Demoliner  18-1989 Tommy Paul  17-1997 Max Mirnyi  6-1977
Stan Wawrinka  28-1985
Mathias Bourgue  18-1994 Kevin Anderson  18-1986 Jiri Vesely  10-1993
Jurgen Zopp  29-1988
Horia Tecau  19-1985 Tatsuma Ito  18-1988 Martin Klizan  11-1989
Joao Sousa  30-1989
Malek Jaziri  20-1984 Hyeon Chung  19-1996 Pablo Carreno Busta  12-1991
Henri Laaksonen  31-1992
Robert Farah  20-1987 Damir Dzumhur  20-1992 Mirza Basic  12-1991
Frances Tiafoe  20-1998 Karen Khachanov  21-1996 Gerald Melzer  13-1990
APRIL
Nicolas Mahut  21-1982 Jurgen Melzer  22-1981 Uladzimir Ignatik  14-1990
David Ferrer  2-1982
Philipp Oswald  23-1986 Novak Djokovic  22-1987 Peter Gojowczyk  15-1989
Matthias Bachinger  2-1987
Ricardo Ojeda Lara  26-1993 Akira Santillan  22-1997 Oliver Marach  16-1980
Dudi Sela  4-1985
Taro Daniel  27-1993 Daniel Evans  23-1990 Oscar Otte  16-1993
Robin Haase  6-1987
Calvin Hemery  28-1995 Fabio Fognini  24-1987 Aljaz Bedene  18-1989
Elias Ymer  10-1996
Vincent Millot  30-1986 Thomas Fabbiano  26-1989 Bjorn Fratangelo  19-1993
Nicholas Monroe  12-1982
Filip Peliwo  30-1994 Pedro Sousa  27-1988 Tennys Sandgren  22-1991
Marcel Granollers  12-1986
Kenny De Schepper  29-1987 Donald Young  23-1989
Matteo Berrettini  12-1996
FEBRUARY Alessandro Giannessi  30-1990 John Peers  25-1988
Roberto Bautista Agut  14-1988 Marc Lopez  31-1982
Stefan Kozlov  1-1998 Thiago Monteiro  31-1994
Denis Shapovalov  15-1999
Carlos Berlocq  3-1983
Rogerio Dutra Silva  5-1984 Mackenzie McDonald  16-1995 JUNE AUGUST
Marton Fucsovics  8-1992 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga  17-1985 Laslo Djere  2-1995 Victor Estrella Burgos  2-1980
Viktor Troicki  10-1986 Wesley Koolhof  17-1989 Rafael Nadal  3-1986 Guido Andreozzi  5-1991
Daniil Medvedev  11-1996 Corentin Moutet  19-1999 Nenad Zimonjic  4-1976 Roger Federer  8-1981
Jeremy Chardy  12-1987 Jordan Thompson  20-1994 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez  4-1983 Carlos Taberner  8-1997
Jamie Murray  13-1986 Alexander Zverev  20-1997 Benjamin Bonzi  9-1996 Felix Auger-Aliassime  8-2000
Andreas Seppi  21-1984 Juan Sebastian Cabal  25-1986 Gleb Sakharov  10-1988 Stefanos Tsitsipas  12-1998
Andrey Kuznetsov  22-1991 Jan-Lennard Struff  25-1990 John Millman  14-1989 Norbert Gombos  13-1990
Nikoloz Basilashvili  23-1992 John Isner  26-1985 Peter Polansky  15-1988 Yen-Hsun Lu  14-1983
Lucas Pouille 23-1994 Darian King  26-1992 Maximilian Marterer  15-1995 Diego Schwartzman  16-1992
Santiago Gonzalez 24-1983 Horacio Zeballos  27-1985 Marcos Baghdatis  17-1985 Nicolas Kicker  16-1992
Bruno Soares  27-1982 Nick Kyrgios  27-1995 Alexander Bublik  17-1997 Denis Kudla  17-1992
Facundo Bagnis 27-1990 Bob Bryan  29-1978 Richard Gasquet  18-1986 Nicolas Almagro  21-1985
Filip Krajinovic  27-1992 Mike Bryan  29-1978 Henri Kontinen  19-1990 Mischa Zverev  22-1987
Ivo Karlovic 28-1979 Brian Baker  30-1985 Nikola Milojevic  19-1995 Cameron Norrie  23-1995

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PLAYER BIRTHDAYS
Jean-Julien Rojer  25-1981 OCTOBER NOVEMBER Casper Ruud  22-1998
Ernests Gulbis  30-1988 Florian Mayer  5-1983 Lukas Lacko  3-1987 Nikola Mektic  24-1988
Jozef Kovalik  4-1992 Steve Johnson  24-1989
Federico Delbonis  5-1990
SEPTEMBER Alexandr Dolgopolov  7-1988 Mikhail Kukushkin  26-1987
Joao Domingues  5-1993
Gael Monfils  1-1986 Ramkumar Ramanathan  8-1994 Gilles Simon  27-1984
Matwe Middelkoop  3-1983 Sam Querrey  7-1987 Attila Balazs  27-1988
Marcus Daniell  9-1989
Dominic Thiem 3-1993 Simone Bolelli  8-1985 Radu Albot  11-1989 Milos Raonic  27-1990
Go Soeda 5-1984 Cedrik-Marcel Stebe  9-1990 Egor Gerasimov  11-1992 Kei Nishikori  29-1989
Denis Istomin  7-1986 Jared Donaldson 9-1996 Jerzy Janowicz  13-1990 Thomaz Bellucci  30-1987
Illya Marchenko  8-1987 Nicolas Jarry  11-1995 Yannick Hanfmann  13-1991 Tim Smyczek  30-1987
Julio Peralta  9-1981 Borna Coric  14-1996
Raven Klaasen  16-1982
Fabrice Martin  11-1986 Fernando Verdasco  15-1983
Philipp Kohlschreiber  16-1983
Tomas Berdych  17-1985 Gastao Elias  24-1990
Yuichi Sugita  18-1988 Michael Venus  16-1987
Matthew Ebden  26-1987
Viktor Galovic  19-1990 Marius Copil  17-1990 Edouard Roger-Vasselin 28-1983
Feliciano Lopez  20-1981 Marcelo Arevalo  17-1990
Franko Skugor  20-1987 Andrey Rublev  20-1997 DECEMBER
Andrej Martin  20-1989 Bernard Tomic  21-1992 Soonwoo Kwon  2-1997
Marcelo Melo  23-1983 David Goffin  7-1990
Quentin Halys  26-1996
Juan Martin del Potro  23-1988 Dustin Brown  8-1984
Alexey Vatutin  27-1992
Jack Sock  24-1992 Paolo Lorenzi  15-1981
Yoshihito Nishioka  27-1995 Adrian Menendez-Maceiras 28-1985 Stefano Travaglia  18-1991
Marin Cilic  28-1988 Yannick Maden  28-1989 Julien Benneteau  20-1981
Marco Cecchinato 30-1992 Taylor Fritz  28-1997 Aldin Setkic  21-1987

The 2017 Nitto ATP Finals qualifiers pose for the official photo at the Tower of London.

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FORMER NO.1 OR MULTIPLE
GRAND SLAM CHAMPIONS

ANDRE AGASSI (USA)


DATE OF BIRTH: 29 April 1970 in Las Vegas, NV, USA | RESIDENCE: Las Vegas, NV, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $31,152,975 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (10 April 1995)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (60).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86
Aus. Open 48-5 – QF SF W – W W 4R 4R – SF W – – – – – – – – –
Roland Garros 51-16 – 1R 1R QF QF QF 2R W 1R – 2R QF 2R – SF F F 3R SF 2R –
Wimbledon 46-13 3R – – 4R 2R SF SF F 2R – 1R SF 4R QF W QF – – – 1R –
US Open 79-19 3R F QF SF F QF 2R W 4R 4R SF F W 1R QF 1R F SF SF 1R 1R

ARTHUR ASHE (USA)


DATE OF BIRTH: 10 July 1943 in Richmond, VA, USA | DECEASED: February 6, 1993
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,584,909 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 2 (10 May 1976)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (33).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59
Aus. Open 25-5 – SF QF/– – – – – – F W – – F F – – – – – – –
Roland Garros 25-8 3R 4R – 4R – 4R 4R – QF 4R 4R – – – – – – – – – –
Wimbledon 27-8 1R 1R – 4R W 3R – – 3R 4R SF SF – – 4R 4R 3R – – – –
US Open 53-17 – 4R – 2R 4R QF 3R F SF QF SF W – 3R SF 4R 3R 2R 2R 2R 1R
1977 (Jan.) Australian Open doubles champion (w/Roche). 1971 Roland Garros doubles champion (w/Riessen).
1970 Roland Garros doubles finalist (w/Pasarell). 1971 Wimbledon doubles finalist (w/Ralston). 1968 US Open doubles finalist (w/Gimeno).

BORIS BECKER (GER)


DATE OF BIRTH: 22 November 1967 in Leimen, Germany | RESIDENCE: Wimbledon, England
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $25,080,956 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (28 January 1991)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (49).


GRAND SLAM HISTORY
CAREER
RECORD 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84
Aus. Open 29-9 – – 1R W 1R – 1R 3R W QF 4R – 4R – 2R QF
Roland Garros 26-9 – – – – 3R – 2R – SF 1R SF 4R SF QF 2R –
Wimbledon 71-12 4R – QF 3R F SF SF QF F F W F 2R W W 3R
US Open 37-10 – – – – SF 1R 4R 4R 3R SF W 2R 4R SF 4R –

BJORN BORG (SWE)


DATE OF BIRTH: 6 June 1956 in Sodertalje, Sweden | RESIDENCE: Stockholm, Sweden
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $3,655,751 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (23 August 1977)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (64).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72
Aus. Open 1-1 – – – – – – – 3R – –
Roland Garros 49-2 W W W W – QF W W 4R –
Wimbledon 51-4 F W W W W W QF 3R QF –
US Open 40-10 F F QF F 4R F SF 2R 4R 1R

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SERGI BRUGUERA (ESP)
DATE OF BIRTH: 16 January 1971 in Barcelona, Spain | RESIDENCE: Barcelona, Spain.
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $11,632,199 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 3 (1 August 1994).
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (14).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER RECORD 01 00 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89
Aus. Open 6-6 1R – 1R 3R – – – 4R – 1R 2R –
Roland Garros 32-10 2R 1R 1R F 2R SF W W 1R 2R 2R 4R
Wimbledon 4-4 1R – – – – – 4R – – – 2R 1R
US Open 13-11 1R – 2R 4R 3R 2R 4R 1R 2R 2R 2R 1R

JIMMY CONNORS (USA)


DATE OF BIRTH: 2 September 1952 in Belleville, IL, USA | RESIDENCE: Santa Ynez, CA, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $8,641,040 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (29 July 1974)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (109).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER RECORD 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70
Aus. Open 10-1 – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – F W – – – –
Roland Garros 40-13 1R 3R – 2R – QF – SF SF QF QF QF SF SF – – – – – 1R 3R – –
Wimbledon 84-18 1R 3R – 2R 4R SF 1R SF F 4R W SF SF SF F F QF F W QF QF – –
US Open 98-17 2R SF – QF QF SF 3R SF SF W W SF SF SF W F W F W QF 1R 2R 1R
1973 Roland Garros doubles finalist (w/Nastase). 1973 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Nastase). 1975 US Open doubles champion (w/Nastase).

JIM COURIER (USA)


DATE OF BIRTH: 17 August 1970 in Sanford, FL, USA | RESIDENCE: Orlando, FL, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $14,033,132 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (10 February 1992)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (23).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER RECORD 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88
Aus. Open 35-7 3R – 4R QF QF SF W W 4R 2R – –
Roland Garros 40-9 2R 2R 1R QF 4R SF F W W 4R 4R –
Wimbledon 19-11 4R 1R 1R 1R 2R 2R F 3R QF 3R 1R –
US Open 24-10 1R – 1R – SF 2R 4R SF F 2R 3R 2R

STEFAN EDBERG (SWE)


DATE OF BIRTH: 19 January 1966 in Vastervik, Sweden | RESIDENCE: Grimslov, Sweden
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $20,630,941 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (13 August 1990)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (41).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER RECORD 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83
1996 Australian Open doubles champion (w/Korda).
Aus. Open 56-10 2R 4R SF F F SF F QF SF W – W QF 2R 1987 doubles champion (w/Jarryd).
Roland Garros 30-13 4R 2R 1R QF 3R QF 1R F 4R 2R 2R QF 2R – 1986 Roland Garros doubles finalist (w/Jarryd).
1987 US Open doubles champion (w/Jarryd).
Wimbledon 49-12 2R 2R 2R SF QF SF W F W SF 3R 4R 2R 2R 1984 doubles finalist (w/Jarryd).
US Open 43-12 QF 3R 3R 2R W W 1R 4R 4R SF SF 4R 2R 1R

JUAN CARLOS FERRERO (ESP)


DATE OF BIRTH: 12 February 1980 in Onteniente, Spain | RESIDENCE: Villena, Spain
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $13,998,165 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (8 September 2003)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (16).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER RECORD 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 99
Aus. Open 20-11 1R – 1R 1R 4R 2R 3R 3R SF QF – 2R 3R –
Roland Garros 34-11 2R – 3R 2R 1R 3R 3R 3R 2R W F SF SF –
Wimbledon 22-11 1R – 1R QF 2R QF 3R 4R 3R 4R 2R 3R – –
US Open 23-12 – 4R 3R 4R – 1R 2R 1R 2R F 3R 3R 4R 1R

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LLEYTON HEWITT (AUS)
DATE OF BIRTH: 24 February 1981 in Adelaide, Australia | RESIDENCE: Melbourne, Australia
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $20,787,586 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (19 November 2001)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (30).
GRAND SLAM HISTORY
CAREER
RECORD 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 99 98 97
Aus. Open 32-20 2R 2R 1R 1R 4R 1R 4R 1R 4R 3R 2R F 4R 4R 1R 3R 4R 2R 1R 1R
Roland Garros 28-14 — — 1R 1R 1R — 3R 3R 3R 4R 4R — QF 3R 4R QF 4R 1R — —
Wimbledon 41-16 — 1R 2R 2R 1R 2R 4R QF 4R 4R QF SF QF 1R W 4R 1R 3R — —
US Open 47-14 — 2R 1R 4R 3R — 1R 3R — 2R QF SF F QF SF W SF 3R — —
2000 US Open doubles champion (w/Mirnyi)

YEVGENY KAFELNIKOV (RUS)


DATE OF BIRTH: 18 February 1974 in Sochi, Russia | RESIDENCE: Sochi, Russia
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $23,883,797 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (3 May 1999)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (26).
GRAND SLAM HISTORY
CAREER
RECORD 03 02 01 00 99 98 97 96 95 94 93
Aus. Open 28-7 2R 2R QF F W – – QF QF 2R –
Roland Garros 31-10 2R 2R QF QF 2R 2R QF W SF 3R 2R
Wimbledon 16-10 1R 3R 3R 2R 3R 1R 4R 1R QF 3R –
US Open 24-9 3R 2R SF 3R SF 4R 2R – 3R 4R –
1996-97 Roland Garros doubles champion (w/Vacek); 2002 doubles champion (w/Haarhuis); 2003 finalist (w/Haarhuis). 1997 US Open doubles champion (w/Vacek).

JAN KODES (CZE)


DATE OF BIRTH: 1 March 1946 in Prague, Czechoslovakia | RESIDENCE: Prague, Czech Republic
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $673,197 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 5 (13 September 1973)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (9).
GRAND SLAM HISTORY
CAREER
RECORD 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66
Aus. Open – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
Roland Garros 43-13 1R 2R 2R 3R 4R 3R 4R 4R QF QF W W 4R – 4R 2R
Wimbledon 19-14 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R – 2R QF W SF 1R 1R 2R 1R 1R 1R
US Open 27-9 – – 2R – 3R QF 4R 4R F 2R F – 2R – – –
1977 Roland Garros doubles finalist (w/Fibak).

JOHAN KRIEK (USA)


DATE OF BIRTH: 5 April 1958 in Pongola, South Africa | RESIDENCE: Palm Beach Gardens, FL, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,383,794 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 7 (10 September 1984)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (14).
GRAND SLAM HISTORY
CAREER
RECORD 91 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78
Aus. Open 25-6 – 3R 2R 2R – QF SF QF W W – – –
Roland Garros 4-3 – – – 1R SF – – – – – – 1R –
Wimbledon 24-13 1R 1R 1R 4R 2R 3R 4R 3R QF QF 3R 3R 2R
US Open 28-12 – 1R 3R 3R 3R 2R 3R 4R 3R 3R SF QF QF
Became U.S. citizen in August 1982, before second Australian Open title.

GUSTAVO KUERTEN (BRA)


DATE OF BIRTH: 10 September 1976 in Florianopolis, Brazil | RESIDENCE: Florianopolis, Brazil
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $14,807,000 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (4 December 2000)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (20).
GRAND SLAM HISTORY
CAREER
RECORD 05 04 03 02 01 00 99 98 97 96
Aus. Open 7-8 – 3R 2R 1R 2R 1R 2R 2R 2R –
Roland Garros 36-7 1R QF 4R 4R W W QF 2R W 1R
Wimbledon 7-5 – – 2R – – 3R QF 1R 1R –
US Open 15-9 2R 1R 1R 4R QF 1R QF 2R 3R –

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ROD LAVER (AUS)
DATE OF BIRTH: 9 August 1938 in Rockhampton, Australia | RESIDENCE: Carlsbad, CA, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,564, 213 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 3 (9 August 1974)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (49).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 62 61 60 59 58 57 56
Aus. Open 22-6 – – – – – – 3R – W – W F W 3R 2R 1R 1R
Roland Garros 25-6 – – – – – – – – W F W SF 3R 3R 2R – 1R
Wimbledon 50-7 2R – – – – – QF 4R W W W W F F 3R – 1R
US Open 45-10 – – 4R – 3R 4R – 4R W 4R W F F QF 4R – 1R

1969 Australian Open doubles champion (w/Emerson). 1968-69 Roland Garros doubles finalist (w/Emerson).
1971 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Emerson). 1970 US Open doubles finalist (w/Emerson); 1973 (w/Rosewall). NOTE: Did not play Grand Slam tournaments from 1963-67

IVAN LENDL (USA)


DATE OF BIRTH: 7 March 1960 in Ostrava, Czechoslovakia | RESIDENCE: Vero Beach, FL, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $21,262,417 HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (28 February 1983)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (94).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78
Aus. Open 48-10 4R 1R QF F W W SF SF – SF 4R F – – 3R – –
Roland Garros 53-12 1R 1R 2R – – 4R QF W W F W QF 4R F 3R 4R 1R
Wimbledon 48-14 – 2R 4R 3R SF SF SF F F 4R SF SF – 1R 3R 1R –
US Open 73-13 2R 1R QF SF QF F F W W W F F F 4R QF 2R –
Became U.S. Citizen July 7, 1992

JOHN MCENROE (USA)


DATE OF BIRTH: 16 February 1959 in Wiesbaden, Germany | RESIDENCE: New York, NY, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $12,552,132 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (3 March 1980)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (77).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77
Aus. Open 18-5 QF – 4R QF – – – QF – SF – – – – – –
Roland Garros 25-10 1R 1R – – 4R 1R – SF F QF – QF 3R – – 2R
Wimbledon 59-11 SF 4R 1R SF 2R – – QF W W F W F 4R 1R SF
US Open 65-12 4R 3R SF 2R 2R QF 1R F W 4R SF W W W SF 4R
1977 Roland Garros mixed doubles champion (w/Carillo).
1979, ‘81, ‘83-84 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Fleming); 1992 champion (w/Stich); 1978, ‘82 doubles finalist (w/Fleming).
1979, ‘81, ‘83 US Open doubles champion (w/Fleming); 1989 champion (w/Woodforde); 1980 finalist (w/Fleming).

CARLOS MOYA (ESP)


DATE OF BIRTH: 27 August 1976 in Palma de Mallorca, Spain | RESIDENCE: Palma de Mallorca, Spain
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $13,443,970 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (15 March 1999)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (20).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 99 98 97 96
Aus. Open 13-12 1R 1R 1R 1R 1R – 2R 2R QF – 1R 2R F 1R
Roland Garros 32-12 – 1R QF 3R 4R QF QF 3R 2R 1R 4R W 2R 2R
Wimbledon 7-8 – – 1R – – 4R – – 2R 1R 2R 2R 2R 1R
US Open 26-13 – 2R QF 3R 2R 3R 4R 2R 3R 4R 2R SF 1R 2R

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THOMAS MUSTER (AUT)
DATE OF BIRTH: 2 October 1967 in Leibnitz, Austria | RESIDENCE: Graz, Austria
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $12,266,977 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (12 February 1996)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (44).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88 87 86 85
Aus. Open 23-11 1R 1R SF 4R 3R QF 2R 3R – 3R SF 1R – – –
Roland Garros 32-13 1R QF 3R 4R W 3R 4R 2R 1R SF – 3R 3R 2R 1R
Wimbledon 0-4 – – – – 1R 1R 1R – – – – 1R – – –
US Open 22-10 3R 1R QF 4R QF QF – – 4R – 1R 3R 1R – –

ILIE NASTASE (ROU)


DATE OF BIRTH: 19 July 1946 in Bucharest, Romania | RESIDENCE: Paris, France
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $2,076,791 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (23 August 1973)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (58).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66
Aus. Open 0-1 – – – – 1R – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –
Roland Garros 37-15 – 1R 3R 2R 3R – 1R – QF – 3R QF W 2R F QF 1R 2R 3R 3R
Wimbledon 35-15 – – – 1R 1R 3R – QF QF F 2R 4R 4R F 2R 4R 3R – 1R 1R
US Open 30-14 1R 1R 1R 4R 1R 2R 2R – 2R SF QF 3R 2R W 3R – 4R – – –
1970 Roland Garros doubles champion (w/Tiriac); 1973 finalist (w/Connors).
1973 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Connors).
1975 US Open doubles champion (w/Connors).

JOHN NEWCOMBE (AUS)


DATE OF BIRTH: 23 May 1944 in Sydney, Australia | RESIDENCE: Sydney, Australia
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,062,408 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (3 June 1974)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (32).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60
Aus. Open 46-4 – –/QF F W QF W QF 3R QF QF – SF SF SF QF QF QF – 1R
Roland Garros 16-9 – – 1R – – 1R – – – QF – 4R 3R QF 2R 2R 3R – –
Wimbledon 45-11 4R – 3R – QF – – W W F 4R W 3R 4R 1R 1R 2R 1R –
US Open 43-9 – – – – SF W 3R 1R SF SF QF W F – 3R 4R – – –
1971, 1976 Australian Open doubles champion (w/Roche); 1973 (w/Anderson).
1969 Roland Garros doubles champion (w/Roche); 1973 (w/ Okker). 1968-1970, 1974 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Roche).
1971 US Open doubles champion (w/Taylor); 1973 (w/Davidson); 1972 finalist (w/Davidson).

PATRICK RAFTER (AUS)


DATE OF BIRTH: 28 December 1972 in Mount Isa, Australia | RESIDENCE: Sunshine Beach, Australia
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $11,133,128 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (26 July 1999)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (11).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 01 00 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92
Aus. Open 15-9 SF – 3R 3R 1R 2R 4R 3R 1R 1R
Roland Garros 12-8 1R 2R 3R 2R SF 1R 1R 4R – –
Wimbledon 29-9 F F SF 4R 4R 4R 1R 2R 3R –
US Open 20-7 4R 1R 1R W W 1R 2R 3R 1R –
1999 Australian Open doubles champion (w/Bjorkman).

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MARCELO RIOS (CHI)
DATE OF BIRTH: 26 December 1975 in Santiago, Chile | RESIDENCE: Santiago, Chile
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $9,713,771 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (30 March 1998)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (18).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 03 02 01 00 99 98 97 96 95 94
Aus. Open 14-5 – QF 1R – – F QF 1R – –
Roland Garros 17-9 1R – 2R 1R QF QF 4R 4R 2R 2R
Wimbledon 3-3 – – – – – 1R 4R – 1R –
US Open 17-9 – 3R 3R 3R 4R 3R QF 2R 1R 2R

ANDY RODDICK (USA)


DATE OF BIRTH: 30 August 1982 in Omaha, NE, USA | RESIDENCE: Austin, TX, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $20,640,030 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (3 November 2003)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (32).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00
Aus. Open 38-11 2R 4R QF SF 3R SF 4R SF QF SF 2R – –
Roland Garros 9-10 1R – 3R 4R – 1R 1R 2R 2R 1R 1R 3R –
Wimbledon 41-12 3R 3R 4R F 2R QF 3R F F SF 3R 3R –
US Open 43-12 4R QF 2R 3R QF QF F 1R QF W QF QF 1R

KEN ROSEWALL (AUS)


DATE OF BIRTH: 2 November 1934 in Sydney, Australia | RESIDENCE: Turramurra, Australia
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,600,300 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 2 (30 April 1975)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (34).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 56 55 54 53 52 51
Aus. Open 40-9 3R SF/QF SF – – 2R W W – 3R – F W SF W QF 1R
Roland Garros 24-3 – – – – – – – – – F W – – 4R W 2R –
Wimbledon 47-11 – – – 4R F – – SF F 3R 4R F SF F QF 2R –
US Open 57-10 – 3R – – F SF 2R – W QF SF W F SF SF QF –

1972 Australian Open doubles champion (w/Davidson); 1969 finalist (w/Stolle).


1968 Roland Garros doubles champion (w/Stolle).
1968, 1970 Wimbledon doubles finalist (w/Stolle).
1969 US Open doubles champion (w/Stolle); 1973 finalist (w/Laver). NOTE: Did not play Grand Slam tournaments from 1957-67

MARAT SAFIN (RUS)


DATE OF BIRTH: 27 January 1980 in Moscow, Russia | RESIDENCE: Moscow, Russia
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $14,373,291 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (20 November 2000)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (15).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 09 08 07 06 05 04 03 02 01 00 99 98
Aus. Open 31-8 3R 2R 3R – W F 3R F 4R 1R 3R –
Roland Garros 26-11 2R 2R 2R 1R 4R 4R – SF 3R QF 4R 4R
Wimbledon 16-10 1R SF 3R 2R 3R 1R – 2R QF 2R – 1R
US Open 22-9 1R 2R 2R 4R – 1R – 2R SF W 2R 4R

167
PETE SAMPRAS (USA)
DATE OF BIRTH: 12 August 1971 in Washington, DC, USA | RESIDENCE: Los Angeles, CA, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $43,280,489 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (12 April 1993)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (64).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 02 01 00 99 98 97 96 95 94 93 92 91 90 89 88
Aus. Open 45-9 4R 4R SF – QF W 3R F W SF – – 4R 1R –
Roland Garros 24-13 1R 2R 1R 2R 2R 3R SF 1R QF QF QF 2R – 2R –
Wimbledon 63-7 2R 4R W W W W QF W W W SF 2R 1R 1R –
US Open 71-9 W F F – SF 4R W W 4R W F QF W 4R 1R

STAN SMITH (USA)


DATE OF BIRTH: 4 December 1946 in Pasadena, CA, USA | RESIDENCE: Hilton Head, SC, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $1,774,881 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 3 (23 August 1973)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (38).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64
Aus. Open 5-3 – – – – – – –/3R 3R – – – – – 3R – – – – – –
Roland Garros 23-9 – – – – 3R 3R 4R – 4R 1R 4R QF QF – 4R – – – – –
Wimbledon 45-17 1R 2R 4R 3R 3R 1R 4R 4R 1R SF – W F 4R 4R 2R 3R 4R 2R –
US Open 39-19 1R 2R 2R 1R 3R 3R 2R 4R 1R QF SF QF W QF 2R 2R 3R 1R 2R 2R
1970 Australian Open doubles champion (w/Lutz).
1971 Roland Garros doubles finalist (w/Gorman); 1974 (w/Lutz).
1972 Wimbledon doubles finalist (w/Van Dillen); 1974, 1980-1981 (w/Lutz).
1968, 1974, 1978, 1980 US Open doubles champion (w/Lutz); 1971 finalist (w/Van Dillen); 1979 (w/Lutz).

GUILLERMO VILAS (ARG)


DATE OF BIRTH: 17 August 1952 in Buenos Aires, Argentina | RESIDENCE: Buenos Aires, Argentina
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $4,923,882 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 2 (30 April 1975)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (62).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70
Aus. Open 23-3 – – – – – – – – 3R SF W W F/– – – – – – – –
Roland Garros 58-17 1R 2R 2R QF 2R 1R QF F 4R QF QF F W QF F 3R 3R 4R – –
Wimbledon 15-11 – – – 1R – – 1R – 1R – 2R 3R 3R QF QF 3R – 1R – 1R
US Open 43-14 – – – 1R 2R 3R 3R SF 4R 4R 4R 4R W SF SF 4R 1R 2R – –

MATS WILANDER (SWE)


DATE OF BIRTH: 22 August 1964, in Vaxjo, Sweden | RESIDENCE: Hailey, ID, USA
CAREER PRIZE MONEY: $7,956,101 | HIGHEST SINGLES RANKING: 1 (12 September 1988)
OPEN ERA CAREER SINGLES TITLES (33).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY


CAREER
RECORD 96 95 94 93 91 90 89 88 87 86 85 84 83 82 81
Aus. Open 36-7 – 1R 4R – 4R SF 2R W – – F W W – 1R
Roland Garros 47-9 2R 2R 1R – 2R – QF W F 3R W SF F W –
Wimbledon 25-10 – 3R – – – – QF QF QF 4R 1R 2R 3R 4R 3R
US Open 36-11 – 2R 1R 3R – 1R 2R W F 4R SF QF QF 4R –
1984 Australian Open doubles finalist (w/Nystrom).
1986 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Nystrom).
1986 US Open doubles finalist (w/Nystrom).

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OPEN ERA TITLE LEADERS
TOP 20 SINGLES T0P 10 DOUBLES
TOTAL TOTAL
1 JIMMY CONNORS 109 1 MIKE BRYAN 116
2 ROGER FEDERER 95 2 BOB BRYAN 114
3 IVAN LENDL 94 3 DANIEL NESTOR 91
4 JOHN MCENROE 77 4 TODD WOODBRIDGE 83
5 RAFAEL NADAL 75 5 JOHN MCENROE 78
6 NOVAK DJOKOVIC 68 TOM OKKER 78
7 BJORN BORG 64 7 FREW MCMILLAN 74
PETE SAMPRAS 64 8 MARK WOODFORDE 67
9 GUILLERMO VILAS 62 9 PETER FLEMING 66
10 ANDRE AGASSI 60
10 BOB HEWITT 65
11 ILIE NASTASE 58
12 BORIS BECKER 49
ROD LAVER 49
14 ANDY MURRAY 45
T0P 5 TEAMS
15 THOMAS MUSTER 44
16 STEFAN EDBERG 41 TOTAL
17 STAN SMITH 38 1 BOB BRYAN/MIKE BRYAN 114
18 MICHAEL CHANG 34 2 TODD WOODBRIDGE/MARK WOODFORDE 61
KEN ROSEWALL 34 3 PETER FLEMING/JOHN MCENROE 57
20 ARTHUR ASHE 33 BOB HEWITT/FREW MCMILLAN 57
MATS WILANDER 33 5 SERGIO CASAL/EMILIO SANCHEZ 44
Bold denotes active players

Roger Federer won his hometown title at Basel in 2017 to pass Ivan Lendl for second place with 95 championships.

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OPEN ERA SINGLES CHAMPIONS
SINCE 1968

ACASUSO, JOSE: (3) 2002 – Sopot; 2004 – Bucharest; 2006 – Vina del Mar. ANGER, MATT: (1) 1985 – Johannesburg.

ADAMS, CHUCK: (1) 1993 – Seoul. ANNACONE, PAUL: (3) 1985 – Los Angeles, Brisbane; 1989 – Vienna.

AGASSI, ANDRE: (60) 1987 – Itaparica; 1988 – Memphis, Charleston,


ANTONITSCH, ALEX: (1) 1990 – Seoul.
Forest Hills, Stuttgart, Stratton Mountain, Livingston; 1989 – Orlando;
1990-San Francisco, Miami, Washington, ATP Tour World Championship-
ARAZI, HICHAM: (1) 1997 – Casablanca.
Frankfurt; 1991 – Orlando, Washington; 1992 – Atlanta, Wimbledon, Toronto;
1993 – San Francisco, Scottsdale; 1994 – Scottsdale, Montreal, US Open,
Vienna, Paris Indoor; 1995 – Australian Open, San Jose, Miami, Washington, ARGUELLO, ROBERTO: (1) 1983 – Venice.
Montreal, Cincinnati, New Haven; 1996 – Miami, Atlanta Olympics, Cincinnati;
1998 – San Jose, Scottsdale, Washington, Los Angeles, Ostrava; ARIAS, JIMMY: (5) 1982 – Tokyo-outdoor; 1983 – Florence, Rome,
1999 – Hong Kong, Roland Garros, Washington, US Open, Paris Indoor; Indianapolis, Palermo.
2000 – Australian Open; 2001 – Australian Open, Indian Wells, Miami,
Los Angeles; 2002 – Scottsdale, Miami, Rome, Los Angeles, Madrid; ARRAYA, PABLO: (1) 1983 – Bordeaux.
2003 – Australian Open, San Jose, Miami, Houston; 2004 – Cincinnati;
2005 – Los Angeles.
ARRESE, JORDI: (6) 1990 – San Remo, Prague; 1991 – Madrid, Buzios;

AGENOR, RONALD: (3) 1989 – Athens; 1990 – Genova, Berlin. 1992 – Athens; 1993 – Athens.

AGUILERA, JUAN: (5) 1984 – Aix-en-Provence, Hamburg; ARRIENS, CARSTEN: (1) 1992 – Guaruja.
1989 – Bari; 1990 – Nice, Hamburg.
ARTHURS, WAYNE: (1) 2005 – Scottsdale.
ALAMI, KARIM: (2) 1996 – Atlanta, Palermo.
ASHE, ARTHUR: (33) 1968 – U.S. Open; 1970 – Australian Open, Puerto Rico,
ALDRICH, PIETER: (1) 1990 – Newport.
Denver, Berkeley, Paris-indoor; 1971 – WCT/Stockholm, Charlotte;
ALEXANDER, JOHN: (7) 1975 – WCT/Fort Worth, Tucson; 1972 – WCT/Louisville,WCT/Montreal, WCT/Rotterdam, WCT/Winter Final;
1977 – North Conway; 1979 – Louisville; 1982 – Bristol, Sydney N.S.W.; 1973 – WCT/Chicago, Washington; 1974 – WCT/Bologna, WCT/Barcelona,
1983 – Auckland. Stockholm; 1975 – WCT/Barcelona, WCT/Rotterdam, WCT/Munich, WCT/
Stockholm, WCT Finals/Dallas, Wimbledon, Los Angeles, San Francisco;
ALMAGRO, NICOLAS: (13) 2006 – Valencia; 2007 – Valencia;
1976 – WCT/ Columbus, WCT/ lndianapolis, WCT/Richmond, WCT/Rome,
2008 – Acapulco, Sao Paulo; 2009 – Acapulco; 2010 – Bastad, Gstaad ;
2011 – Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Nice; 2012 – Sao Paulo, Nice; 2016 – Estoril. WCT/Rotterdam; 1978 – San Jose, Columbus, Los Angeles.

ALONSO, JULIAN: (2) 1997 – Santiago; 1998 – Bologna. AUSTIN, JEFF: (1) 1973 – Aptos.

ALTUR, JOSE-FRANCISCO: (1) 1989 – San Marino. BAGHDATIS, MARCOS: (4) 2006 – Beijing; 2007 – Zagreb;
2009 – Stockholm; 2010 – Sydney.
AMAYA, VICTOR: (3) 1977 – Adelaide; 1979 – Surbiton;
1980 – Washington,-indoor.
BALCELLS, JUAN: (1) 2000-Bucharest.
AMRITRAJ, VIJAY: (16) 1973 – Chichester, Bretton Woods, New Delhi;
1974 – Washington, Beckenham; 1975 – Columbus, Calcutta; BARAZZUTTI, CORRADO: (5) 1976 – Nice; 1977 – WCT/Charlotte, Bastad,
1976 – WCT/Memphis, Newport, 1977 – Bombay; 1978 – Mexico City (fall); Paris-indoor; 1980 – Cairo.
1979 – Bombay; 1980 – Newport, Bangkok; 1984 – Newport; 1986 – Bristol.
BATES, JEREMY: (1) 1994 – Seoul.
ANCIC, MARIO: (3) 2005 – ‘s-Hertogenbosch; 2006 – ‘s-Hertogenbosch,
St. Petersburg.
BATTRICK, GERALD: (2) 1971 – Hilversum, Bournemouth.

ANDERSON, KEVIN: (3)*


BAUER, MIKE: (3) 1982 – Bangkok, Adelaide; 1983 – Adelaide.
ANDREEV, IGOR: (3) 2005 – Moscow, Palermo, Valencia.
BAUR, PATRICK: (2) 1991 – Seoul, Guaruja.
ANDUJAR, PABLO: (3) 2011 – Casablanca; 2012 – Casablanca;
2014 – Gstaad. BAUTISTA AGUT, ROBERTO: (6)*

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BECKER, BENJAMIN: (1) 2009 – ‘s-Hertogenbosch. BOROWIAK, JEFF: (5) 1974 – WCT/Charlotte, Oslo;
1977 – Dayton, Gstaad, Toronto.
BECKER, BORIS: (49) 1985 – London / Queen’s Club, Wimbledon, Cincinnati;
1986 – Chicago, Wimbledon, Toronto, Sydney-indoor, Tokyo-indoor, BOUTTER, JULIEN: (1) 2003 – Casablanca.
Paris-indoor; 1987 – Indian Wells, Milan, London / Queen’s Club;
1988 – Indian Wells, WCT Finals – Dallas, London / Queen’s Club, Indianapolis, BRACCIALI, DANIELE: (1) 2006 – Casablanca.
Tokyo-indoor, Stockholm, Masters; 1989 – Milan, Philadelphia, Wimbledon,
U.S. Open, Paris-indoor; 1990 – Brussels, Stuttgart-indoor, Indianapolis, BRUGUERA, SERGI: (14) 1991 – Estoril, Monte-Carlo, Athens;
Sydney-indoor, Stockholm; 1991 – Australian Open, Stockholm; 1992 – Madrid, Gstaad, Palermo; 1993 – Monte-Carlo, Roland Garros, Gstaad,
1992 – Brussels, Rotterdam, Basel, Paris-indoor, ATP Tour World Chp.-
Prague, Bordeaux; 1994 – Roland Garros, Gstaad, Prague.
Frankfurt; 1993 – Doha, Milan; 1994 – Milan, Los Angeles, New Haven,
Stockholm; 1995 – Marseille, ATP Tour World Chp.-Frankfurt;
BUEHNING, FRITZ: (1) 1980 – Sydney NSW.
1996 – Australian Open, London / Queen’s Club, Vienna, Stuttgart-indoor,
Grand Slam Cup-Munich.
BUNGERT, WILHELM: (1) 1970 – Dusseldorf.

BEDEL, DOMINIOUE: (1) 1980 – Bogota.


BURGSMULLER, LARS: (1) 2002 – Copenhagen.
BELLUCCI, THOMAZ: (4) 2009 – Gstaad; 2010 – Santiago; 2012 – Gstaad;
BURILLO, JORDI: (1) 1993 – Bologna.
2015 – Geneva.

BERASATEGUI, ALBERTO: (14) 1993 – Sao Paulo; 1994 – Nice, Stuttgart, CAHILL, DARREN: (2) 1988 – Gstaad; 1991 – San Francisco.
Umag, Palermo, Athens, Santiago, Montevideo; 1995 – Oporto;
1996 – Bologna, Kitzbuhel, Bucharest; 1997 – Palermo, 1998 – Estoril. CALATRAVA, ALEX: (1) 2000 – San Marino.

BERDYCH, TOMAS: (13)* CALLERI, AGUSTIN: (2) 2003 – Acapulco; 2006 – Kitzbuehel.

BERGER, JAY: (3) 1986 – Buenos Aires; 1988 – Sao Paulo; CAMPORESE, OMAR: (2) 1991 – Rotterdam;1992 – Milan.
1989 – Charleston.
CANAS, GUILLERMO: (7) 2001 – Casablanca; 2002 – Chennai, Toronto;
BERLOCQ, CARLOS: (2) 2013 – Bastad; 2014 – Oeiras. 2004 – Stuttgart, Umag, Shanghai; 2007 – Costa do Sauipe.

BERTOLUCCI, PAOLO: (6) 1975 – Florence; 1976 – Barcelona, Florence; CANCELLOTTI, FRANCESCO: (2) 1984 – Florence,Palermo.
1977 – Hamburg, Berlin, Florence.
CANE, PAOLO: (3) 1986 – Bordeaux; 1989 – Bastad; 1991 – Bologna.
BJORKMAN, JONAS: (6) 1997 – Auckland, Indianapolis, Stockholm;
1998 – Nottingham; 2002 – Nottingham; 2005 – Ho Chi Minh City. CANTER, JONATHAN: (1) 1985 – Melbourne.

BLACK, BYRON: (2) 1996 – Seoul; 1999 – Chennai. CARBONELL, TOMAS: (2) 1992 – Maceio; 1996 – Casablanca.

BLAKE, JAMES: (10) 2002 – Washington; 2005 – Stockholm,


CARLSEN, KENNETH: (3) 1998 – Hong Kong; 2002 – Tokyo;
New Haven; 2006 – Stockholm, Bangkok, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Sydney;
2005 – Memphis.
2007 – New Haven, Sydney.

BLANCO, GALO: (1) 1999 – San Marino. CARLSSON, KENT: (9) 1986 – Bari, Barcelona; 1987 – Nice, Bologna;
1988 – Madrid, Hamburg, Kitzbuhel, St. Vincent, Barcelona.
BOETSCH, ARNAUD: (3) 1993 – Rosmalen, Toulouse; 1995 – Toulouse.
CARMICHAEL, BOB: (1) 1971 – Auckland.
BORG, BJORN: (64) 1974 – Auckland, WCT/London, WCT/Sao Paulo,
Adelaide, Rome, Roland Garros, Bastad, Boston; 1975 – WCT/Richmond, WCT/ CARRENO BUSTA, PABLO: (3)*
Bologna, Roland Garros, Boston, Barcelona; 1976 – WCT/Toronto, WCT/Sao
Paulo, WCT Finals/Dallas, Dusseldorf, Wimbledon, Boston; 1977 – Memphis, CARRETERO, ROBERTO: (1) 1996 – Hamburg.
Nice, WCT/Monte-Carlo, Denver, Wimbledon, Pepsi Grand Slam, Madrid,
Barcelona, Basel, Cologne, London-indoor; 1978 – Birmingham, Pepsi Grand CASAL, SERGIO: (1) 1985 – Florence.
Slam, Las Vegas, Milan, Rome, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Bastad, Tokyo-
indoor; 1979 – Pepsi Grand Slam-Boca Raton, WCT/Challenge Cup (Dec.), CASE, ROSS: (4) 1973 – Manila; 1974 – Perth,San Francisco; 1975 – Manila.
Richmond, Rotterdam, Monte-Carlo, Las Vegas, Roland Garros, Wimbledon,
Bastad, Toronto, Palermo, Tokyo-indoor, Masters (Jan. 1980); 1980 – Pepsi CASH, PAT: (6) 1982 – Melbourne; 1983 – Brisbane;
Grand Slam-Boca Raton, WCT/ Invitational, Nice, Monte-Carlo, Las Vegas, 1987 – Nancy, Wimbledon, Johannesburg; 1990 – Hong Kong.
Roland Garros, Wimbledon, Stockholm, Masters (Jan. 1981);
1981 – Roland Garros, Stuttgart (summer), Geneva. CASSIDY, DAN: (1) 1984 – Melbourne.

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CHANG, MICHAEL: (34) 1988 – San Francisco; 1989 – Roland Garros, CORRETJA, ALEX: (17): 1994 – Buenos Aires; 1997 – Estoril, Rome,
Wembley; 1990-Toronto; 1991 – Birmingham; 1992 – San Francisco, Indian Stuttgart-Outdoor; 1998 – Dubai, Gstaad, Indianapolis, Lyon, ATP Tour World
Wells, Miami; 1993 – Jakarta, Osaka, Cincinnati, Kuala Lumpur-2, Beijing; Championship – Hannover; 2000 – Indian Wells, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel,
1994 – Jakarta, Philadelphia, Hong Kong, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Beijing;
Washington, Toulouse; 2001 – Amsterdam; 2002 – Gstaad, Kitzbuhel.
1995 – Hong Kong, Atlanta, Tokyo-indoor, Beijing; 1996-Indian Wells,
Washington, Los Angeles; 1997-Memphis, Indian Wells, Hong Kong, Orlando,
Washington; 1998-Boston, Shanghai; 2000 – Los Angeles. COSTA, ALBERT: (12) 1995 – Kitzbuhel; 1996 – Gstaad, San Marino,
Bournemouth; 1997 – Barcelona, Marbella; 1998 – Hamburg, Kitzbuhel;
CHARDY, JEREMY: (1)* 1999 – Estoril, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel; 2002 – Roland Garros.

CHELA JUAN IGNACIO: (6) 2000 – Mexico City; 2002 – Amersfoort; COSTA, CARLOS: (6) 1992 – Estoril, Barcelona;
2004 – Estoril; 2007 – Acapulco; 2010 – Houston, Bucharest. 1993 – Hilversum, Buenos Aires; 1994 – Estoril, San Marino.

CHERKASOV, ANDREI: (2) 1990 – Moscow; 1991 – Moscow.


COURIER, JIM: (23) 1989 – Basel; 1991 – Indian Wells, Miami, Roland
CHESNOKOV, ANDREI: (7) 1987 – Florence; 1988 – Orlando; Garros; 1992 – Australian Open, Tokyo-outdoor, Hong Kong, Rome, Roland
1989 – Nice, Munich; 1990 – Monte-Carlo, Tel Aviv; 1991 – Montreal. Garros; 1993 – Australian Open, Memphis, Indian Wells, Rome, Indianapolis;
1995 – Adelaide, Scottsdale, Tokyo-outdoor, Basel; 1996 – Philadelphia;
CILIC, MARIN: (17)* 1997 – Doha, Los Angeles, Beijing; 1998 – Orlando.

CLAVET, FRANCISCO: (8) 1990 – Hilversum; 1995 – Palermo; COX, MARK: (10) 1970 – Bournemouth; 1972 – WCT/Cleveland, Macon;
1996 – Amsterdam; 1997 – Mexico City, Bogota; 1998 – Bucharest, Santiago;
1973 – WCT/Denver, Eastbourne; 1975 – WCT/London, WCT/Washington;
2001 – Scottsdale.
WCT/ Atlanta; 1976 – Stockholm; 1977 – Helsinki.
CLEMENT, ARNAUD: (4) 2006 – Washington, Marseille; 2003 –
Metz; 2000 – Lyon. CREALY, DICK: (2) 1970 – Bastad; 1975 – Nice.

CLERC, JOSE-LUIS: (25) 1978 – Florence, Buenos Aires, Santiago; CUEVAS, PABLO: (6)*
1979 – Johannesburg (spring); 1980 – Costa Rica, South Orange, Indianapolis,
Madrid, Quito, Buenos Aires; 1981 – Florence, Rome, Boston, Washington DC, CURREN, KEVIN: (5) 1981 – Johannesburg (spring); 1982 – Cologne;
North Conway, Indianapolis; 1982 – Venice, Gstaad, Sao Paulo, WCT/ 1985 – Toronto; 1986 – Atlanta; 1989 – Frankfurt.
Richmond, WCT/Zell Am See; 1983 – Guaruja Beach, Boston, Washington,
North Conway. DARCIS, STEVE: (2)*

COLOMBO, SIMONE: (1) 1986 – St. Vincent.


DAVIDSON, OWEN: (1) 1973 – Surbiton.
CONNORS, JIMMY: (109) 1972 – Jacksonville, Roanoke, Queen’s, Columbus,
Cincinnati, Albany; 1973 – Baltimore, Roanoke, Salt Lake City, Salisbury, DAVIN, FRANCO: (3) 1989 – St. Vincent; 1990 – Palermo; 1994 – Bucharest.
Hampton, Paramus, Boston, Columbus, Los Angeles, Quebec, Johannesburg;
1974 – Australian Open, Roanoke, Little Rock, Birmingham, Salisbury, DAVIS, MARTY: (4) 1983 – Cleveland; 1984 – Honolulu;
Hampton, Salt Lake City, Tempe, Manchester, Wimbledon, Indianapolis, 1985 – Bristol, Melbourne.
U.S. Open,Los Angeles, London, Johannesburg; 1975 – Bahamas, Birmingham,
Salisbury, Boca Raton, Hampton,WCT/Denver, North Conway, Bermuda, Maui; DAVIS, SCOTT: (3) 1983 – Maui; 1985 – Tokyo-outdoor; 1990 – Auckland.
1976 – Birmingham, WCT/Philadelphia, Hampton, WCT/Denver, Palm Springs,
Las Vegas, Washington, North Conway, Indianapolis, U.S. Open, Cologne, DAVYDENKO, NIKOLAY: (21) 2003 – Estoril, Adelaide; 2004 – Moscow,
London-indoor; 1977 – WCT/ Birmingham, WCT/St. Louis, Las Vegas, WCT
Munich; 2005 – St. Poelten; 2006 – Paris, Moscow, New Haven, Sopot,
Finals/Dallas, Maui, Sydney-indoor, WCT/Las Vegas, Masters (Jan. 1978);
Poertschach; 2007 – Moscow; 2008 – Warsaw, Poertschach, Miami; 2009
1978 – Philadelphia, Denver, Memphis, Rotterdam, Birmingham (England),
Washington, Indianapolis, Stowe, U.S. Open, Sydney-indoor; – Hamburg, Umag, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
1979 – Birmingham, Philadelphia, WCT/Dorado Beach (T.O.C.), Memphis, – London; 2010 – Doha; 2011 – Munich
Tulsa, Indianapolis, Stowe, Hong Kong; 1980 – Birmingham, Philadelphia,
WCT/Finals/Dallas, North Conway, Canton, Tokyo-indoor; 1981 – La Quinta, DE LA PENA, HORACIO: (4) 1985 – Marbella; 1989 – Florence;
Brussels, Rotterdam, London-indoor; 1982 – Monterey, Los Angeles, 1990 – Kitzbuhel; 1993 – Charlotte.
Las Vegas, London / Queen’s Club, Wimbledon, Columbus, U.S. Open;
1983 – Memphis, Las Vegas, London / Queen’s Club, U.S. Open; DEL POTRO, JUAN MARTIN: (20)*
1984 – Memphis, La Quinta, Boca West, Los Angeles, Tokyo-indoor;
1988 – Washington, Toulouse; 1989 – Toulouse, Tel Aviv.
DELBONIS, FEDERICO: (2)*
COOPER, JOHN: (1) 1972 – Hilversum.
DENT, PHIL: (3) 1971 – Sydney NSW; 1979 – Brisbane, Sydney N.S.W.
CORIA, GUILLERMO: (9) 2001 – Vina del Mar; 2003 – Hamburg, Stuttgart,
Kitzbuhel, Sopot, Basel; 2004 – Buenos Aires, Monte-Carlo; 2005 – Umag. DENT, TAYLOR: (4) 2002 – Newport; 2003 – Memphis, Bangkok, Moscow.

CORIC, BORNA: (1)* DEWULF, FILIP: (2) 1995 – Vienna; 1997 – Kitzbuhel.

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DIBBS, EDDIE: (22) 1973 – Jackson, Hamburg, Fort Worth; 1974 – Hamburg; ELTINGH, JACCO: (4) 1992 – Manchester; 1993 – Atlanta;
1975 – Tehran, Dewar Cup; 1976 – WCT/Monterrey, WCT/Barcelona, Hamburg, 1994 – Schenectady, Kuala Lumpur.
Paris-indoor; 1977 – WCT/London, Miami, Oviedo; 1978 – Tulsa, Cincinnati,
North Conway, Toronto; 1979 – WCT/Invitational; 1980 – Sarasota, Boston; ELVSTROM, LARS: (1) 1976 – Copenhagen.
1981 – WCT/Forest Hills, Quito.
EMERSON, ROY: (4) 1968 – Buenos Aires; 1969 – Gstaad, Aix-en-Provence;
DIBLEY, COLIN: (4) 1972 – Kitzbuhel; 1973 – WCT/La Costa,
1973 – San Francisco.
South Orange; 1980 – Perth.
ENQVIST, THOMAS: (19) 1992 – Bolzano; 1993 – Schenectady;
DICKSON, MARK: (2) 1984 – WCT/Houston, Toulouse.
1995 – Auckland, Philadelphia, Pinehurst, Indianapolis, Stockholm;
DIPASQUALE, ARNAUD: (1) 1999 – Palermo. 1996 – New Delhi, Paris, Stockholm; 1997 – Marseille; 1998 – Marseille,
Munich; 1999 – Adelaide, Stuttgart, Stockholm; 2000 – Cincinnati, Basel;
DIMITROV, GRIGOR: (8)* 2002 – Marseille.

DJOKOVIC, NOVAK: (68)* ESCUDE, NICOLAS: (4) 1999 – Toulouse; 2001 – Rotterdam;
2002 – Rotterdam; 2004 – Doha.
DODIG, IVAN: (1)*
ESTEP, MIKE: (2) 1973 – Merion; 1976 – Khartoum.
DOLGOPOLOV, ALEXANDR: (3)*
ESTRELLA BURGOS, VICTOR: (3)*
DOOHAN, PETER: (1) 1984 – Adelaide.
EVERNDEN, KELLY: (3) 1987 – Bristol, Brisbane; 1989 – Wellington.
DOSEDEL, SLAVA: (3) 1995 – Santiago; 1996 – Munich; 1997 – Amsterdam.
FAIRLIE, BRIAN: (3) 1972 – Midland; 1973 – WCT/London; 1976 – Manila.
DOUMBIA, YAHIYA: (2) 1988 – Lyon; 1995 – Bordeaux.

DOWDESWELL, COLIN: (1) 1975 – Istanbul. FASSBENDER, JURGEN: (1) 1974 – Munich.

DOYLE, MATT: (1) 1983 – Cologne. FEDERER, ROGER: (95)*

DRAPER, SCOTT: (1) 1998-London/Queen’s Club. FEIGL, PETER: (4) 1978 – Cleveland; 1979 – Cairo, Linz; 1980 – Lagos.

DREWETT, BRAD: (2) 1982 – Cairo; 1983 – South Orange. FERREIRA, WAYNE: (15) 1992 – London / Queen’s Club, Schenectady;
1994 – Oahu, Indianapolis, Bordeaux, Basel, Tel Aviv; 1995 – Dubai, Munich,
DRYSDALE, CLIFF: (6) 1968 – Gstaad; 1971 – WCT/Miami,Brussels, Dublin; Ostrava, Lyon; 1996 – Scottsdale, Toronto; 2000 – Stuttgart-indoor;
1974 – WCT/Miami; 1978 – Baltimore. 2003 – Los Angeles.

DUPRE, PAT: (1) 1982 – Hong Kong. FERRER, DAVID: (27)*

DUPUIS, ANTONY: (1) 2004 – Milan.


FERRERO, JUAN CARLOS: (16) 1999 – Mallorca; 2001 – Dubai. Estoril,
Barcelona, Rome; 2002 – Monte-Carlo, Hong Kong; 2003 – Monte-Carlo,
DZUMHUR, DAMIR: (2)*
Madrid, Valencia, Roland Garros; 2009 – Casablanca; 2010 – Costa Do Sauipe,
EDBERG, STEFAN: (41) 1984 – Milan; 1985 – Memphis, San Francisco, Buenos Aires, Umag; 2011 – Stuttgart.
Basel, Australian Open; 1986 – Gstaad, Basel, Stockholm; 1987 – Australian
Open, Memphis, Rotterdam, Tokyo-outdoor, Cincinnati, Tokyo-indoor, FIBAK, WOJTEK: (15) 1976 – WCT/Stockholm, Bournemouth, Vienna;
Stockholm; 1988 – Rotterdam, Wimbledon, Basel; 1989 – Tokyo-outdoor, 1977 – WCT/Monterrey, Dusseldorf; 1978 – Cologne; 1979 – Denver, Stuttgart;
Masters; 1990 – Indian Wells, Tokyo – outdoor, Wimbledon, Los Angeles, 1980 – Sao Paulo, Dayton, New Orleans; 1981 – Gstaad; 1982 – Paris-indoor,
Cincinnati, Long Island, Paris – indoor; 1991 – Stuttgart-indoor, WCT/Amsterdam, WCT/Chicago.
Tokyo-outdoor, London / Queen’s Club, U.S. Open, Sydney-indoor, Tokyo-indoor;
1992 – Hamburg, New Haven, U.S. Open; 1993 – Madrid; 1994 – Doha, FILIPPINI, MARCELO: (5) 1988 – Bastad; 1989 – Prague;
Stuttgart-indoor, Washington; 1995 – Doha. 1994 – Florence; 1997 – Atlanta, St. Pölten.

EDLEFSEN, TOM: (1) 1972 – Kansas City.


FILLOL, JAIME: (6) 1971 – Tanglewood; 1973 – Tanglewood;
1975 – Dusseldorf; 1976 – Dayton; 1981 – Mexico City; 1982 – Salvador.
EDMONDSON, MARK: (6) 1976 – Australian Open; Brisbane;
1978 – Brisbane; 1981 – Adelaide, Bristol, Brisbane.
FISH, MARDY: (6) 2003 – Stockholm; 2006 – Houston;
EDWARDS, EDDIE: (1) 1985 – Adelaide. 2009 – Delray Beach; 2010 – Atlanta, Newport; 2011 – Atlanta.

EL AYNAOUI, YOUNES: (5) 1999 – Amsterdam; 2001 – Bucharest; FITZGERALD, JOHN: (6) 1981 – Kitzbuhel; 1982 – Maui;
2002 – Doha, Casablanca, Munich. 1983 – Newport, Stowe; 1984 – Sydney-outdoor; 1988 – Sydney-outdoor.

EL SHAFEI, ISMAIL: (1) 1974 – Manila. FLEMING, PETER: (3) 1978 – Bologna; 1979 – Cincinnati, Los Angeles.

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FOGNINI, FABIO: (5)* GISBERT, JUAN: (1) 1975 – Shreveport.

FONTANG, FREDERIC: (1) 1991 – Palermo. GLICKSTEIN, SHLOMO: (2) 1980 – Hobart; 1981 – South Orange.

FORGET, GUY: (11) 1986 – Toulouse; 1989 – Nancy; 1990 – Bordeaux; GODWIN, NEVILLE: (1) 2001 – Newport.
1991 – Sydney-outdoor, Brussels, Cincinnati, Bordeaux, Toulouse,
Paris-indoor; 1992 – Toulouse; 1996 – Marseille. GOELLNER, MARC-KEVIN: (2) 1993 – Nice, 1996 – Marbella.

FRANA, JAVIER: (3) 1991 – Guaruja (Oct.); 1993 – Santiago; GOFFIN, DAVID: (4)*
1995 – Nottingham.
GOJOWCZYK, PETER: (1)*
FRANULOVIC, ZELJKO: (9) 1970 – Monte-Carlo, Kitzbuhel, Buenos Aires;
1971 – New York, Macon, Indianapolis, Buenos Aires; 1976 – Aviles; GOLDIE, DAN: (2) 1987 – Newport; 1988 – Seoul.
1977 – Munich.
GOLMARD, JEROME: (2) 1999 – Dubai; 2000-Chennai.
FRAWLEY, ROD: (1) 1982 – Adelaide.
GOLUBEV, ANDREY: (1) 2010 – Hamburg.
FROMBERG, RICHARD: (4) 1990 – Bologna, Bastad; 1991 – Wellington;
1997 – Bucharest. GOMEZ, ANDRES: (21) 1981 – Bordeaux; 1982 – Rome, Quito; 1983 – Dallas;
1984 – Rome, Indianapolis, Washington, Nice, Hong Kong; 1985 – Hong Kong;
FURLAN, RENZO: (2) 1994 – San Jose, Casablanca.
1986 –Indianapolis, Florence, Boston, Itaparica; 1987 – Forest Hills;
1989 – Boston, Barcelona; 1990 – Barcelona, Madrid, Roland Garros;
GAMBILL, JAN-MICHAEL: (3) 1999 – Scottsdale; 2001 – Delray Beach;
2003 – Delray Beach. 1991 – Brasilla.

GARCIA-LOPEZ, GUILLERMO: (5)* GONZALES, PANCHO: (6) 1968 – Midland; 1969 – Las Vegas,
Los Angeles; 1970 – WCT/Las Vegas; 1971 – Los Angeles; 1972 – Des Moines.
GASQUET, RICHARD: (14)*
GONZALEZ, FERNANDO: (11) 2000 – Orlando; 2002 – Vina del Mar, Palermo;
GAUDENZI, ANDREA: (3) 1998 – Casablanca; 2001 – St. Pölten, Bastad. 2004 – Vina del Mar, 2005 – Auckland, Amersfoort, Basel; 2007 – Beijing;
2008 – Vina del Mar, Munich; 2009 – Vina del Mar.
GAUDIO, GASTON: (8) 2002 – Barcelona, Mallorca; 2004 – Roland Garros;
2005 – Vina del Mar, Buenos Aires, Estoril, Gstaad, Kitzbuhel. GORMAN, TOM: (7) 1971 – Columbus; 1973 – WCT/ Vancouver, Stockholm;
1975 – Cincinnati, Hong Kong; 1976 – Baltimore, Sacramento.
GEHRING, ROLF: (1) 1980 – Munich.
GOTTFRIED, BRIAN: (25) 1973 – WCT/Johannesburg, Las Vegas;
GERULAITIS, VITAS: (27) 1974 – Vienna; 1975 – WCT/St. Louis, New York; 1974 – Paris-indoor; 1975 – Baltimore, Dayton, Melbourne; 1976 – Los
1976 – Towson; 1977 – 0cean City, Rome, Brisbane, Perth, Australian Open; Angeles; 1977 – Baltimore, Palm Springs, Washington, DC-indoor, La Costa,
1978 – WCT Finals/Dallas, WCT/Richmond, WCT/lnvitational; Vienna; 1978 – Washington-indoor, Dayton, Houston; 1979 – Columbus, Basel;
1979 – Little Rock, Rome, Kitzbuhel, Sydney-indoor; 1980 – WCT/Tournament 1980 – Surbiton, Washington, DC-outdoor, Vienna, Paris-indoor; 1981 – Stowe;
of Champions, Stuttgart (summer), Melbourne-indoor; 1981 – Johannesburg; 1982 – Tampa, Vienna; 1983 – Vienna.
1982 – Brussels, Florence, Toronto, Melbourne, Johannesburg; 1983 – Basel;
1984 – Treviso. GRABB, JIM: (2) 1987 – Seoul; 1992 – Taipei.
GIAMMALVA, SAMMY: (2) 1981 – Napa; 1983 – Monterrey.
GRAEBNER, CLARK: (7) 1970 – Buffalo, Houston, Beckenham;
1971 – Salisbury, Merion, South Orange; 1973 – Des Moines.
GILBERT, BRAD: (20) 1982 – Taipei; 1984 – Columbus, Taipei;
1985 – Livingston, Cleveland, Tel Aviv; 1986 – Memphis, Livingston, Tel Aviv,
GRANOLLERS, MARCEL: (4)*
Vienna; 1987 – Scottsdale; 1988 – Tel Aviv; 1989 – Memphis, Stratton Mt.
Livingston, Cincinnati, San Francisco; 1990 – Rotterdam, Orlando, Brisbane.
GROSJEAN, SEBASTIEN: (4) 2000 – Nottingham;
GILDEMEISTER, HANS: (4) 1979 – Barcelona, Santiago; 2001 – Paris; 2002 – St. Petersburg; 2007 – Lyon.
1981 – Santiago; 1982 – Bordeaux.
GULBIS, ERNESTS: (6) 2010 – Delray Beach; 2011 – Los Angeles;
GILTINAN, BOB: (1) 1974 – Surbiton. 2013 – Delray Beach; St. Petersburg; 2014 – Marseille, Nice.

GIMENEZ, ANGEL: (2) 1980 – Vienna (spring), Bournemouth. GULLIKSON, TIM: (4) 1977 – Newport, Taipei, Adelaide;
1978 – Johannesburg.
GIMENO, ANDRES: (8) 1969 – Cologne, New York; 1970 – WCT/Dallas;
1971 – Hamburg; 1972 –Eastbourne, Los Angeles (spring), Roland Garros, GULLIKSON, TOM: (1) 1985 – Newport.
Gstaad.
GUMY, HERNAN: (1) 1996 – Santiago.
GINEPRI, ROBBY: (3) 2003 – Newport; 2005 – Indianapolis;
2009 – Indianapolis. GUNNARSSON, JAN: (1) 1985 – Vienna.

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GUNTHARDT, HEINZ: (5) 1978 – Springfield; 1980 – Rotterdam, ISNER, JOHN: (12)*
Johannesburg (spring), Gstaad; 1983 – Toulouse.
ISTOMIN, DENIS: (2)*
GUSTAFSSON, MAGNUS: (14) 1991 – Munich, Bastad, Hilversum;
1992 – Bastad; 1993 – Stuttgart-outdoor; 1994 – Auckland, Dubai; IVANISEVIC, GORAN: (22) 1990 – Stuttgart Outdoor;
1996 – St. Petersburg, Bastad; 1997 – Singapore; 1998 – Copenhagen, Bastad; 1991 – Manchester; 1992 – Adelaide, Stuttgart Indoor, Sydney indoor,
1999 – Copenhagen; 2000 Amsterdam. Stockholm; 1993 – Bucharest, Vienna, Paris indoor; 1994 – Kitzbuhel, Tokyo
indoor; 1995 – Grand Slam Cup; 1996 – Zagreb, Dubai, Milan, Rotterdam,
Moscow; 1997 – Zagreb, Milan, Vienna; 1998 – Split; 2001 – Wimbledon.
HAARHUIS, PAUL: (1) 1995 – Jakarta.
JAITE, MARTIN: (12) 1985 – Buenos Aires: 1986 – Bologna, Stuttgart;
HAAS, TOMMY: (15) 1999 – Memphis; 2001 – Adelaide, Long Island, Vienna,
1987 – Barcelona, Palermo; 1989 – Stuttgart, Madrid, Sao Paulo, Itaparica;
Stuttgart; 2004 – Houston, Los Angeles; 2006 – Memphis, Delray Beach,
1990 – Guaruja, Gstaad; 1991 – Nice.
Los Angeles; 2007 – Memphis; 2009 – Halle; 2012 – Halle;
2013 – Munich, Vienna. JARRYD, ANDERS: (8) 1982 – Linz, Ancona; 1984 – Hilversum,
Sydney-indoor; 1985 – Brussels;1986 – WCT Finals/Dallas; 1990 – Vienna;
HAASE, ROBIN: (2)* 1993 – Rotterdam.

HADAD, MAURICIO: (1) 1995 – Bermuda. JAUFFRET, FRANCOIS: (2) 1969 – Buenos Aires; 1977 – Cairo.

HAEHNEL, JEROME: (1) 2004 – Metz. JELEN, ERIC: (1) 1989 – Bristol.

HANESCU, VICTOR: (1) 2008 – Gstaad. JOHANSSON, JOACHIM: (3) 2004 – Memphis; 2005 – Marseille, Adelaide.

HARRISON, RYAN: (1)* JOHANSSON, KJELL: (1) 1978 – Lagos.

HENMAN, TIM: (11) 1997 – Sydney, Tashkent; 1998 – Tashkent, Basel; JOHANSSON, THOMAS: (9) 1997 – Copenhagen, St. Petersburg;
2000 – Vienna, Brighton; 2001 – Copenhagen, Basel; 2002 – Adelaide; 1999 – Montreal; 2000 – Stockholm; 2001 – Halle, Nottingham;
2003 – Washington, Paris. 2002 – Australian Open; 2004 – Stockholm; 2005 – St. Petersburg.

HEWITT, BOB: (7) 1969 – Dublin; 1970 – Durban; JOHNSON, STEVE: (2)*
1971 – Durban; 1972 Bournemouth, Bristol, Tanglewood, Indianapolis.
JONES, KELLY: (2) 1989 – Singapore; 1990 – Singapore.
HEWITT, LLEYTON: (30) 1998 – Adelaide; 1999 – Delray Beach;
KAFELNIKOV, YEVGENY: (26) 1994 – Adelaide, Copenhagen, Long Island;
2000 – London Queen’s, Scottsdale, Sydney, Adelaide; 2001 – Tennis Masters 1995 – Milan, St. Petersburg, Gstaad, Long Island; 1996 – Adelaide, Prague,
Cup, Tokyo, US Open, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, London Queen’s, Sydney; Roland Garros, Lyon; 1997 – Halle, New Haven, Moscow; 1998 – London, Halle,
2002 – Tennis Masters Cup, Wimbledon, London Queen’s, Indian Wells, Moscow; 1999 – Australian Open, Rotterdam, Moscow; 2000 – Sydney
San Jose; 2003 – Indian Wells, Scottsdale; 2004 – Long Island, Washington, Olympics, Moscow; 2001 – Marseille, Moscow; 2002 – Halle, Tashkent.
Rotterdam, Sydney; 2005 – Sydney; 2006 – London Queen’s;
2007 – Las Vegas; 2009 – Houston; 2010 – Halle; 2014 Newport, Brisbane KARBACHER, BERND: (2) 1992 – Cologne; 1994 – Bastad.

HIGUERAS, JOSE: (17) 1976 – Santiago; 1977 – Murcia; 1978 – Cairo, Nice, KARLOVIC, IVO: (8)*
Bournemouth, Stuttgart, Madrid; 1979 – Houston, Hamburg, Boston;
1982 – Hamburg, Indianapolis; 1983 – La Quinta, Bournemouth, Stuttgart; KARY, HANS: (1) 1979 – Lagos.
1984 – Kitzbuhel, Bordeaux.
KHACHANOV, KAREN: (1)*
HJERTQUIST, PER: (1) 1980 – Sofia.
KIEFER, NICOLAS: (6) 1997 – Toulouse; 1999 – Tokyo, Halle, Tashkent;
HLASEK, JAKOB: (5) 1988 – London-indoor, Johannesburg; 2000 – Dubai, Hong Kong.
1989 – Rotterdam; 1990 – London-indoor; 1991 – Basel.
KIRMAYR, CARLOS: (1) 1981 – Guaruja.
HOGSTEDT, THOMAS: (1) 1983 – Ferrara.
KLIZAN, MARTIN: (5) 2012 – St. Petersburg; 2014 – Munich;
2015 – Casablanca; 2016 – Rotterdam; Hamburg.
HORNA, LUIS: (2) 2006 – Acapulco; 2007 – Vina del Mar.
KOCH, THOMAZ: (1) 1971 – Caracas.
HRBATY, DOMINK: (6) 1998 – San Marino; 1999 – Prague; 2001 – Auckland;
2004 – Marseille, Auckland, Adelaide. KODES, JAN: (9) 1970 – St. Petersburg, Roland Garros; 1971 – Catania,
Roland Garros, 1972 – Barcelona; 1973 – WCT/ Cologne, Wimbledon;
HREBEC, JIRI: (3) 1973 – Prague; 1975 – Basel; 1977 – San Jose. 1975 – Madrid; 1976 – Basel.

ILIE, ANDREW: (2) 1998 – Coral Springs, 2000 – Atlanta(CL). KOEVERMANS, MARK: (1) 1990 – Athens.

ISKERSKY, ERICK: (1) 1982 – Metz. KOHLSCHREIBER, PHILIPP: (8)*

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KORDA, PETR: (10) 1991 – New Haven, Berlin; Desert, WCT/Tokyo, WCT/ Houston, Bretton Woods, Las Vegas;
1992 – Washington, Long Island, Vienna; 1993 – Grand Slam Cup-Munich; 1975 – WCT/ La Costa, WCT/Sao Paulo, WCT/ Caracas, WCT/Orlando.
1996 – Doha; 1997 – Stuttgart-indoor; 1998 – Doha, Australian Open.
LECONTE, HENRI: (9) 1982 – Stockholm; 1984 – Stuttgart; 1985 – Nice,
KOUBEK, STEFAN: (3) 1999 – Atlanta; 2000 – Delray Beach; 2003 – Doha. Sydney-outdoor; 1986 – Geneva, Hamburg; 1988 – Nice, Brussels; 1993 –
Halle.
KRAJICEK, RICHARD: (17) 1991 – Hong Kong; 1992 – Los Angeles,
Antwerp; 1993 – Los Angeles; 1994 – Barcelona, Rosmalen, Sydney Indoor; LEE, HYUNG-TAIK: (1) 2003 – Sydney.
1995 – Stuttgart-indoor, Rotterdam; 1996 – Wimbledon; 1997 – Rotterdam,
Tokyo-outdoor, Rosmalen; 1998 – St. Petersburg, Stuttgart-indoor; LENDL, IVAN: (94) 1980 – Houston, Toronto, Barcelona, Basel, Tokyo-outdoor,
1999 – London / Queen’s Club, Miami. Hong Kong, Taipei; 1981 – Stuttgart, Las Vegas, Montreal, Madrid, Barcelona,
Basel, Vienna, Cologne,Buenos Aires, Masters (Jan. ’82); 1982 – Frankfurt,
KRICKSTEIN, AARON: (9) 1983 – Tel Aviv; 1984 – Boston, Geneva, Washington, North Conway, Cincinnati, WCT/Delray Beach, WCT/Genoa,WCT/
Tel Aviv; 1989 – Sydney-outdoor, Los Angeles, Tokyoindoor; Munich, WCT/Strasbourg, WCT/Houston, WCT Finals – Dallas, WCT/Forest
1992 – Johannesburg; 1993 – Durban. Hills, WCT/Los Angeles, WCT/Naples, WCT/Hartford, Masters (Jan. ’83);
1983 – WCT/Detroit, Milan, WCT/Houston,WCT/Hilton Head, Montreal, San
KRIEK, JOHAN: (14) 1979 – Sarasota; 1981 – Monterrey, Newport, Francisco, Tokyo-indoor; 1984 – Luxembourg, Roland Garros, London-indoor;
Australian Open; 1982 – Memphis, WCT/LaCosta, Australian Open; 1985 – Fort Myers, Monte-Carlo, WCT Finals-Dallas, WCT/Forest Hills,
1983 – Tampa, Bristol, Johannesburg; 1984 – Livingston, Bristol; Indianapolis, U.S. Open, Stuttgart, Sydney-indoor, Tokyo-indoor, London-indoor,
1985 – Las Vegas; 1987 – Livingston. Masters (Jan. ’86); 1986 – Philadelphia, Boca West,Milan, Fort Myers, Rome,
Roland Garros, Stratton Mt., U.S. Open, Masters; 1987 – Hamburg, Roland
KRISHNAN, RAMESH: (8) 1981 – Manila; 1982 – Stuttgart; Garros, Washington, Montreal, U.S. Open, Sydney-indoor, London-indoor,
1984 – Metz; 1986 – Tokyo-outdoor, Hong Kong; 1988 – Wellington; Masters; 1988 – Monte-Carlo, Rome, Toronto; 1989 – Australian Open,
1989 – Auckland; 1990 – Schenectady. Scottsdale, Miami, Forest Hills, Hamburg, London / Queen’s Club, Montreal,
Bordeaux, Sydney-indoor, Stockholm; 1990 – Australian Open, Milan, Toronto-
KROON, NICLAS: (1) 1989 – Brisbane. indoor, Queen’s, Tokyo-indoor; 1991 – Philadelphia, Memphis, Long Island;
1992 – Tokyo-indoor; 1993 –Munich, Tokyo-indoor.
KROSLAK, JAN: (2) 1995 – Tel Aviv; 1997 – Shanghai.
LEWIS, CHRIS: (3) 1978 – Kitzbuhel; 1981 – Munich; 1985 – Auckland.
KUCERA, KAROL: (6) 1995 – Rosmalen, 1997 – Ostrava,
1998 – Sydney Outdoor, New Haven, 1999 – Basel, 2003 – Copenhagen. LJUBICIC, IVAN: (10) 2001 – Lyon; 2005 – Metz, Vienna;
2006 – Chennai, Zagreb, Vienna; 2007 – Doha, ‘s-Hertogenbosch;
KUERTEN, GUSTAVO: (20) 1997 – Roland Garros; 1998 – Stuttgart, Mallorca; 2009 – Lyon; 2010 – Indian Wells.
1999 – Monte Carlo, Rome; 2000 – Santiago, Hamburg, Roland Garros,
Indianapolis, Tennis Masters Cup Lisbon; 2001 – Buenos Aires, Acapulco, LLODRA, MICHAEL: (5): 2004 – ’s – Hertogenbosch;
Monte Carlo, Roland Garros, Stuttgart, Cincinnati; 2002 – Costa do Sauipe; 2008 – Rotterdam, Adelaide; 2010 – Eastbourne, Marseille
2003 – Auckland, St. Petersburg; 2004 – Costa do Sauipe.
LLOYD, JOHN: (1) 1974 – Merion.
KUKUSHKIN, MIKHAIL: (1)*
LOPEZ, FELICIANO: (6)*
KULTI, NICKLAS: (3) 1991 – Adelaide; 1993 – Adelaide; 1996 – Halle.
LORENZI, PAOLO: (1)*
KUNITSYN, IGOR: (1) 2008 – Moscow.
LUNDGREN, PETER: (3) 1985 – Cologne; 1987 – Rye Brook, San Francisco.
KYRGIOS, NICK: (3)*
LUTZ, BOB: (9) 1971 – WCT/Cologne, Sacramento; 1972 – WCT/Boston;
LAPENTTI, NICOLAS: (5) 1995 – Bogota; 1999 – Indianapolis, Lyon; 1975 – WCT/Tokyo; 1978 – Paris-indoor; 1979 – Taipei; 1980 – Columbus,
2001 – Kitzbuhel; 2002 – St. Pölten. Stowe, Cologne.

LARSSON, MAGNUS: (7) 1990 – Florence; 1992 – Copenhagen, Munich; MAHUT, NICOLAS: (4)*
1994 – Zaragoza, Toulouse, Grand Slam Cup-Munich; 2000 – Memphis.
MALISSE, XAVIER: (3) 2005 – Delray Beach; 2007 – Delray Beach, Chennai.
LAPIDUS, JAY: (1) 1982 – Stowe.
MANCINI, ALBERTO: (3) 1988 – Bologna; 1989 – Monte-Carlo, Rome.
LAVALLE, LEONARDO: (1) 1991 – Tel Aviv.
MANSDORF, AMOS: (6) 1986 – Johannesburg; 1987 – Tel Aviv;
LAVER, ROD: (49) 1968 – Wimbledon, Los Angeles PSW; 1988 – Auckland, Paris-indoor; 1990 – Rosmalen; 1993 – Washington.
1969 – Philadelphia, London-indoor, Australian Open, Roland Garros,
Wimbledon, Boston, U.S. Open, Johannesburg, Los Angeles, Fort Worth; MANTILLA, FELIX (10) 1996 – Oporto; 1997 – Bologna, Gstaad, Umag,
1970 – WCT/Sydney, WCT/St. Louis, WCT/Fort Worth, WCT/Vancouver, San Marino, Bournemouth; 1998 – Bournemouth; 1999 – Barcelona;
Philadelphia, Johannesburg, Queen’s, Toronto, Louisville, South Orange, 2001 – Palermo; 2003 – Rome.
Los Angeles, London-indoor; 1971 – Rome,WCT/Fort Worth, WCT/Bologna,
London-indoor, San Francisco; 1972 – WCT/Richmond, WCT/Philadelphia, MARIN, JUAN ANTONIO: (1) 1999 – Bastad.
WCT/Toronto, WCT/Houston, WCT/Denver; 1973 – WCT/Miami, WCT/Richmond,
WCT/Toronto, Hong Kong, Sydney-indoor; 1974 – WCT/Philadelphia, WCT/Palm MARKUS, GABRIEL: (1) 1992 – Nice.

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MARTIN, ALBERTO: (3) 1999 – Casablanca, Bucharest; 2001 – Mallorca McENROE, PATRICK: (1) 1995 – Sydney-outdoor.

MARTIN, BILLY: (1) 1975 – Little Rock. McMILLAN, FREW: (2) 1974 – WCT/Munich; 1976 – Nuremburg.

MARTIN, TODD: (8) 1993 – Coral Springs; 1994 – Memphis, Queen’s; McNAMARA, PETER: (5) 1979 – Berlin; 1980 – Brussels-outdoor;
1995 – Memphis; 1996 – Sydney; 1998 – Barcelona, Stockholm; 1981 – Hamburg, Melbourne-indoor; 1983 – Brussels-indoor.
1999 – Sydney.
McNAMEE, PAUL: (2) 1980 – Palm Harbor; 1982 – WCT/Baltimore.
MARTINEZ, MARIO: (3) 1980 – Bordeaux; 1981 – Venice; 1982 – Palermo.
MECIR, MILOSLAV: (11) 1985 – Rotterdam, Hamburg; 1986 – Kitzbuhel;
MASSU, NICOLAS: (6) 2002 – Buenos Aires; 2003 – Palermo, Amersfoort; 1987 – Auckland, Sydney/NSW, Miami, WCT Finals/Dallas, Stuttgart,
2004 – Athens Olympics, Kitzbuhel; 2006 – Costa Do Sauipe.
Hilversum; 1988 – Seoul Olympics; 1989 – Indian Wells.
MASTERS, GEOFF: (4) 1972 – Australian Hard Court (Feb.), Australian Hard
MEDVEDEV, ANDREI: (11) 1992 – Genova, Stuttgart, Bordeaux;
Court (Nov.); 1974 – Hobart; 1976 – Sydney-indoor.
1993 – Barcelona, New Haven; 1994 – Monte-Carlo, Hamburg;
MASUR, WALLY: (3) 1983 – Hong Kong; 1987 – Adelaide; 1988 – Newport. 1995 – Hamburg; 1996 – Long Island; 1997 – Hamburg.

MATHIEU, PAUL-HENRI: (4) 2002 – Moscow, Lyon; 2007 – Casablanca, MEILER, KARL: (4) 1972 – Buenos Aires; 1974 – Omaha, Calgary;
Gstaad. 1977 – Manila.

MATSUOKA, SHUZO: (1) 1992 – Seoul. MELIGENI, FERNANDO: (3) 1995 – Bastad; 1996 – Pinehurst;
1998 – Prague.
MATTAR, LUIZ: (7) 1987 – Guaruja; 1988 – Guaruja; 1989 – Guaruja,
Rio de Janeiro; 1990 – Rio de Janeiro; 1992 – Sao Paulo; MELLO, RICARDO: (1) 2004 – Delray Beach.
1994 – Coral Springs.
MELZER, JURGEN: (5) 2006 – Bucharest; 2009 – Vienna; 2010 – Vienna;
MAUD, BOB: (2) 1968 – Hilversum; 1969 – Durban. 2012 – Memphis; 2013 – Winston-Salem.

MAURER, ANDREAS: (1) 1985 – Madrid. METREVELI, ALEX: (8) 1971 – Hobart; 1972 – Sydney NSW,Hobart, Adelaide
(Jan.), Adelaide (Dec.); 1973 – San Juan,Beckenham; 1974 – South Orange.
MAYER, FLORIAN: (2)*
MEYER, RICKY: (1) 1981 – Sofia.
MAYER, GENE: (14) 1978 – Guadalajara; 1979 – Cologne; 1980 – Denver,
Metz, Los Angeles, Cleveland, San Francisco; 1981 – Memphis, Denver, MEZZADRI, CLAUDIO: (1) 1987 – Geneva.
Cleveland, Stockholm; 1982 – Munich; 1983 – Rotterdam, Los Angeles.
MIGNOT, BERNARD: (1) 1976 – Zurich.
MAYER, LEONARDO: (2)*
MINIUSSI, CHRISTIAN: (1) 1991 – Sao Paulo.
MAYER, SANDY: (11) 1973 – Birmingham; 1974 – Baltimore, Paramus,
Jackson; 1977 – Little Rock, Hampton, Stockholm; 1978 – St. Louis;
MIRNYI, MAX: (1) 2003 – Rotterdam.
1981 – Bologna; 1982 – Cleveland; 1983 – Gstaad.
MITCHELL, MATT: (1) 1984 – Melbourne-indoor.
MAYOTTE, TIM: (12) 1985 – Delray Beach; 1986 – Queen’s;
1987 – Philadelphia, Chicago, Toulouse, Paris-indoor, Frankfurt;
MITTON, BERNARD: (2) 1978 – Newport; 1979 – Costa Rica.
1988 – Philadelphia, Schenectady, Brisbane, Frankfurt; 1989 – Washington.

McENROE, JOHN: (77) 1978 – Hartford, San Francisco, Stockholm, London- MONACO, JUAN: (9) 2007 – Buenos Aires, Poerschach, Kitzbuhel;
indoor, Masters (Jan. 1979); 1979 – WCT/Dallas New Orleans, Milan, San Jose, 2012 – Vina del Mar, Houston, Hamburg, Kuala Lumpur; 2013 – Dusseldorf;
London / Queen’s Club, South Orange, U.S. Open, San Francisco, Stockholm, 2016 – Houston.
London-indoor; 1980 – Richmond, Memphis, Milan, London / Queen’s Club,
U.S. Open, Brisbane, Sydney-indoor, London-indoor, WCT/Challenge Cup (Dec.); MONFILS, GAEL: (6)*
1981 – Pepsi Grand Slam Boca Raton, Milan, Frankfurt, Los Angeles, WCT/
Dallas, London / Queen’s Club, Wimbledon, Cincinnati, U.S. Open, Sydney- MONTANES, ALBERT: (6) 2008 – Amersfoort; 2009 – Bucharest, Estoril;
indoor; 1982 – Philadelphia, San Francisco, Sydneyindoor, Tokyo-indoor, 2010 – Stuttgart; 2013 – Nice.
London-indoor; 1983 – Philadelphia, WCT/Dallas, WCT/Forest Hills,
Wimbledon, Sydney-indoor, London-indoor, Masters (Jan. 1984); MOODIE, WESLEY: (1) 2005 – Tokyo.
1984 –Philadelphia, Brussels, WCT Richmond, WCT/Dallas, WCT/Forest Hills,
Madrid, London / Queen’s Club, Wimbledon, Toronto, U.S. Open, San Francisco, MOOR, TERRY: (2) 1979 – Tokyo; 1984 – Cleveland.
Stockholm, Masters (Jan. 1985); 1985 – Philadelphia, WCT/Houston, Milan,
Chicago, WCT/ Atlanta, Stratton Mountain, Montreal, Stockholm; MOORE, RAY: (1) 1969 – Berlin.
1986 – Los Angeles, San Francisco, Scottsdale; 1988 – Tokyo, Detroit;
1989 – Lyon, WCT/ Dallas, Indianapolis; 1990 – Basel; 1991 – Chicago. MOTTRAM, BUSTER: (2) 1975 – WCT/Johannesburg; 1976 – Palma.

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MOYA, CARLOS: (20) 2007 – Umag; 2006 – Buenos Aires; 2005 – Chennai; NOVACEK, KAREL: (13) 1986 – Washington; 1989 – Hilversum;
2004 – Chennai, Acapulco, Rome; 2003 – Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Umag; 1990 – Munich; 1991 – Auckland, Hamburg, Kitzbuhel, Prague;
2002 – Acapulco, Bastad, Umag, Cincinnati; 2001 – Umag; 2000 – Estoril; 1992 – Hilversum, San Marino, Prague; 1993 – Dubai, Zaragoza;
1998 – Monte Carlo, Roland Garros; 1997 – Long Island; 1996 – Umag; 1994 – Hilversum.
1995 – Buenos Aires.
NOVAK, JIRI: (7) 1996 – Auckland; 1998 – Mexico City; 2001 – Munich,
MULLER, GILLES: (2)* Gstaad; 2003 – Gstaad; 2004 – Tokyo, Basel.

MURRAY, ANDY: (45)* NYSTROM, JOAKIM: (13) 1983 – Sydney/NSW; 1984 – Gstaad, North
Conway, Basel, Cologne; 1985 – Munich, Gstaad; 1986 – Toronto-indoor,
MUSTER, THOMAS: (44) 1986 – Hilversum; 1988 – Boston, Bordeaux, La Quinta, Rotterdam, Monte-Carlo, Madrid; 1987 – Bastad.
Prague, Bari; 1990 – Adelaide, Casablanca, Rome; 1991 – Florence, Geneva;
1992 – Monte-Carlo, Florence, Umag; 1993 – Mexico City, Florence, Genova, O’BRIEN, ALEX: (1) 1996 – New Haven.
Kitzbuhel, San Marino, Umag, Palermo; 1994 – Mexico City, Madrid, St. Pölten;
1995 – Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte-Carlo, Rome, Roland Garros, OCLEPPO, GIANNI: (1) 1981 – Linz.
St. Pölten, Stuttgart-outdoor San Marino, Umag, Bucharest, Essen;
1996 – Mexico City, Estoril, Barcelona, Monte-Carlo, Rome, Stuttgart-outdoor, ODIZOR, NDUKA: (1) 1983 – Taipei.
Bogota; 1997 – Dubai, Miami.
OKKER, TOM: (31) 1968 – Rome, Dublin; 1969 – Monte-Carlo, Hilversum,
NADAL, RAFAEL: (75)* Paris-indoor, Brussels, Newport, Tokyo,Amsterdam, Milwaukee;
1970 – WCT/Atlanta, Brussels, Leicester, Hilversum, Hamburg; 1971 – WCT/
NALBANDIAN, DAVID: (11) 2002 – Basel, Estoril; 2005 – Tennis Masters
Quebec, Louisville; 1972 – WCT/Chicago; 1973 – WCT/Washington, D.C.,
Cup-Shanghai, Munich; 2006 – Estoril; 2007 – Paris-indoor, Madrid-indoor;
Hilversum, Montreal, WCT/Seattle, Chicago, Madrid, Dewar Cup; 1974 – WCT/
2008 – Stockholm, Buenos Aires; 2009 – Sydney; 2010 – Washington.
Toronto, WCT/Rotterdam; 1975 – Nottingham, Paris-indoor; 1977 – WCT/
Richmond; 1979 – Tel Aviv.
NARDUCCI, MASSIMILIANO: (1) 1988 – Florence.
OLHOVSKIY, ANDREI: (2) 1993 – Copenhagen; 1996 – Shanghai.
NASTASE, ILIE: (58) 1968 – Bogota; 1970 – Salisbury, Rome;
1971 – Richmond, Hampton, Nice, Monte-Carlo, Bastad, London-indoor,
ONCINS, JAIME: (2) 1992 – Bologna, Buzios.
Masters; 1972 – Baltimore, Omaha, South Orange,Monte-Carlo, Madrid, Nice,
Toronto, U.S. Open, Seattle, Dewar Cup, Masters; 1973 – Omaha, Calgary,
ORANTES, MANUEL: (32) 1971 – WCT/Barcelona; 1972 – Caracas, Rome,
Washington, DC,-indoor, Barcelona, Monte-Carlo, Madrid, Florence, Roland
Garros, Rome, Queen’s, Gstaad, Cincinnati, Barcelona, Paris-indoor, Masters; Brussels, Hamburg, Bastad; 1973 – Valencia, Nice, Louisville, Indianapolis;
1974 – WCT/Richmond, WCT/Washington, DC, Bournemouth, Cedar Grove, 1975 – WCT/Monte-Carlo, Cairo, Bournemouth, Hamburg, Bastad, Indianapolis,
Madrid, Barcelona; 1975 – Barcelona, Valencia,Madrid, South Orange, Masters; Montreal, U.S. Open; 1976 – Valencia, Munich, Kitzbuhel, Tehran, Madrid,
1976 – Pepsi Grand Slam Boca Raton, WCT/Atlanta, Salisbury, LaCosta, WCT/ Barcelona, Masters; 1977 – Indianapolis, Boston, Tokyo; 1978 – Boston;
Challenge Cup (May), WCT/Challenge Cup (Dec.), South Orange; 1977 – WCT/ 1979 – Munich; 1981 – Palermo; 1982 – Bournemouth.
MexicoCity, Aix-en-Provence; 1978 – Miami, WCT/ Challenge Cup (Dec.).
OSTHERTHUN, RICKI: (1) 1985 – Hilversum.
NEWCOMBE, JOHN: (32) 1968 – Hamburg; 1969 – Bournemouth, Rome;
1970 – WCT/Casablanca, Hoylake, Wimbledon; 1971 – WCT/Philadelphia, OSTOJA, MARKO: (1) 1981 – Brussels.
WCT/Chicago, WCT/Dallas, WCT/Toronto, Wimbledon, Gstaad;
1972 – WCT/Las Vegas, WCT/ St. Louis, WCT/Fort Worth, WCT/Alamo, WCT/ PAES, LEANDER: (1) 1998 – Newport.
Vancouver, WCT/Gothenburg, Johannesburg; 1973 – Australian Open, U.S.
Open, Jakarta; 1974 – WCT/St. Petersburg, WCT/La Costa, WCT/New Orleans, PAIRE, BENOIT: (1)*
WCT/Orlando, WCT Finals/Dallas, Tucson, Maui, Tokyo, Sydney-indoor;
1975 – Australian Open. PALMER, JARED: (1) 1994 – Pinehurst.

NIEMINEN, JARKKO: (2) 2006 – Auckland; 2012 – Sydney PANATTA, ADRIANO: (10) 1971 – Senigallia; 1973 – Bournemouth;
1974 – Florence; 1975 – Kitzbuhel, Stockholm; 1976 – Rome, Roland Garros;
NISHIKORI, KEI: (11)* 1977 –WCT/Houston; 1978 – Tokyo; 1980 – Florence.

NOAH, YANNICK: (23) 1978 – Manilla, Calcutta; 1979 – Nancy, Madrid, PANATTA, CLAUDIO: (1) 1985 – Bari.
Bordeaux; 1981 – Richmond, Nice; 1982 – Palm Springs, South Orange, Basel,
Toulouse; 1983 – Madrid, Hamburg, Roland Garros; 1985 – Rome, Washington, PARUN, ONNY: (5) 1974 – Jakarta, Bombay; 1975 – Auckland;
Toulouse; 1986 – WCT/Forest Hills, London-indoor; 1987 – Lyon, Basel; 1988 1976 – WCT/ Johannesburg; Auckland.
– Milan; 1990 – Sydney-outdoor.
PATE, DAVID: (2) 1984 – Tokyo-outdoor; 1987 – Los Angeles.
NORBACK, JAN: (1) 1977 – Zurich.
PATTISON, ANDREW: (4) 1974 – WCT/Monte-Carlo, WCT/Johannesburg;
NORMAN, MAGNUS: (12) 1997 – Bastad; 1998 – Amsterdam; 1977 – Laguna Niguel; 1979 – Johannesburg.
1999 – Orlando, Stuttgart, Umag, Long Island, Shanghai;
2000 – Auckland, Rome, Bastad, Long Island, Shanghai. PAVEL, ANDREI: (3) 1998 – Tokyo;2000 – Poelten; 2001 – AMS Montreal.

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PECCI, VICTOR: (10) 1976 – Madrid, Berlin; 1978 – Bogota; RALSTON, DENNIS: (1) 1970 – WCT/Los Angeles.
1979 – Nice, Quito, Bogota; 1980 – Santiago; 1981 – Vina del Mar,
Bournemouth; 1983 – Vina del Mar. RAM, RAJEEV: (2) 2009 – Newport; 2015 – Newport.

PEREIRA, NICOLAS: (2) 1994 – Bogota; 1996 – Newport. RAMIREZ, RAUL: (19) 1973 – Kitzbuhel, Tehran; 1974 – Columbus;
1975 – WCT/St. Petersburg, WCT/Charlotte, Rome, Tokyo; 1976 – WCT/Mexico
PEREZ, DIEGO: (1) 1985 – Bordeaux. City, CT/Caracas, Gstaad, Dewar Cup; 1977 – London / Queen’s Club, Los
Angeles; 1978 – Mexico City, Monte-Carlo; 1979 – Florence; 1980 – San Juan;
PEREZ-ROLDAN, GUILLERMO: (9) 1987 – Munich, Athens, Buenos Aires; 1982 – Caracas; 1983 – Caracas.
1988 – Munich; 1989 – Palermo; 1990 – San Marino; 1991 – San Marino;
1992 – Casablanca; 1993 – Casablanca. RAMOS-VINOLAS, ALBERT: (1)*

PERNFORS, MIKAEL: (3) 1988 – Los Angeles, Scottsdale; 1993 – Montreal. RAONIC, MILOS: (8)*

PESCOSOLIDO, STEFANO: (2) 1992 – Scottsdale, 1993 – Tel Aviv. RAOUX, GUILLAUME: (1) 1992 – Brisbane.

PETZSCHNER, PHILIPP: (1) 2008 – Vienna. REBOLLEDO, PEDRO: (3) 1982 – Vina del Mar; 1983 – Bahia;
1987 – St. Vincent.
PFISTER, HANK: (2) 1981 – Maui; 1982 – Newport.
RENEBERG, RICHEY: (3) 1991 – Tampa; 1993 – Kuala Lumpur (Jan.);
PHILIPPOUSSIS, MARK: (11) 1996 – Toulouse; 1997 – Scottsdale, Munich, 1996 – Rosmalen.
London / Queen’s Club; 1998 – Memphis; 1999 – San Jose, Indian Wells;
2000 – San Jose; 2001 – Memphis; 2003 – Shanghai; 2006 – Newport. RICHEY, CLIFF: (10) 1969 – Toronto; 1970 – Macon, Charlotte, Washington-
outdoor, Indianapolis; 1971 – Houston; 1972 – Bretton Woods, Johannesburg;
PlLlC, NlKl: (4) 1969 – Stockholm;1970 – Bristol; 1972 – WCT/Essen; 1976 – Bermuda; 1978 – Johannesburg (spring).
1975 – Aviles.
RIESSEN, MARTY: (10) 1968 – WCT/Newport; 1969 – Perth;
PIMEK, LIBOR: (1) 1984 – Munich. 1970 – WCT/Tucson, London-indoor; 1971 – WCT/ Tehran; 1972 – WCT
Quebec; 1973 – WCT/Milan; 1974 – Cincinnati; 1975 – WCT/Philadelphia;
PINNER, ULI: (2) 1978 – Stuttgart; 1979 – Gstaad. 1979 – Lafayette.

PIOLINE, CEDRIC: (5) 1996 – Copenhagen; 1997 – Prague; RIOS, MARCELO: (18) 1995 – Bologna, Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur;
1999 – Nottingham; 2000 – Rotterdam, Monte-Carlo. 1996 – St. Pölten; 1997 – Monte-Carlo; 1998 – Auckland, Indian Wells,
Key Biscayne, Rome, St. Pölten, Grand Slam Cup, Singapore;
PISTOLESI, CLAUDIO: (1) 1987 – Bari. 1999 – Hamburg, St. Pölten, Singapore; 2000 – Umag;
2001 – Doha, Hong Kong.
POHMANN, HANS: (2) 1973 – Berlin; Dusseldorf.
ROBREDO, TOMMY: (12) 2001 – Sopot; 2004 – Barcelona; 2006 – Hamburg,
POLIAKOV, DIMITRI: (1) 1991 – Umag. Bastad; 2007 – Sopot, Metz; 2008 – Bastad; 2009 – Costa do Sauipe, Buenos
Aires; 2011 – Santiago; 2013 – Umag, Casablanca
PORTAS, ALBERT: (1) 2001 – Hamburg.
ROCHE, TONY: (12) 1969 – Auckland, Tucson, Sydney NSW, Hamburg,
POUILLE, LUCAS: (4)* Hollywood, Oakland; 1970 – Gstaad, Boston; 1972 – WCT/Washington, D.C.;
1976 – WCT/Charlotte, Sydney NSW; 1978 – London / Queen’s Club.
POZZI, GIANLUCA: (1) 1991 – Brisbane.
ROCHUS, OLIVIER: (2) 2000 – Palermo; 2006 – Munich.
PRINOSIL, DAVID: (3) 1995 – Newport; 1996 – Ostrava; 2000 – Halle.
RODDICK, ANDY: (32) 2001 – Atlanta, Houston, Washington;
PROISY, PATRICK: (2) 1972 – Perth; 1977 – Hilversum. 2002 – Memphis, Houston; 2003 – St.Pölten, London/ Queen’s Club,
Indianapolis, Montreal, Cincinnati, US Open; 2004 – San Jose, Miami, London /
PRPIC, GORAN: (1) 1990 – Umag. Queen’s Club, Indianapolis; 2005 – San Jose, Houston, London / Queen’s Club,
Washington, Lyon; 2006 – Cincinnati; 2007 – London / Queen’s Club,
PUERTA, MARIANO: (3) 1998 – Palermo; 2000 – Bogota; 2005 – Casablanca. Washington; 2008 – San Jose, Dubai, Beijing; 2009 – Memphis;
2010 – Brisbane, Miami; 2011 – Memphis; 2012 – Eastbourne, Atlanta.
PUGH, JIM: (1) 1989 – Newport.
ROSEWALL, KEN: (34) 1968 – Bournemouth, Roland Garros;
PURCELL, MEL: (3) 1981 – Tampa, Atlanta, Tel Aviv. 1969 – Chicago, Bristol; 1970 – WCT/Miami , WCT/Corpus Christi, Eastbourne,
Welsh Open, Cincinnati, U.S. Open; 1971 – Australian Open, WCT/Boston,
QUERREY, SAM: (10)* WCT/Vancouver, WCT Finals/Dallas, Johannesburg, Newport, Washington, D.C.;
1972 – WCT/Miami, WCT/Charlotte, WCT Finals/Dallas, Australian Open,
RAFTER, PATRICK: (11) 1994 – Manchester; 1997 – US Open; Tokyo, Brisbane; 1973 – WCT/Houston, WCT/ Cleveland, WCT/Charlotte,
1998 – Chennai, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Toronto, Cincinnati, Long Island, US Open; Osaka, Tokyo; 1975 – WCT/Houston, Jackson, Gstaad; 1976 – WCT/Jackson,
1999 – ’s-Hertogenbosch; 2000 – ’s-Hertogenbosch; 2001 – Indianapolis. Hong Kong; 1977 – Hong Kong.

RAHIM, HAROON: (2) 1976 – Little Rock; Cleveland. ROSOL, LUKAS: (2) 2013 – Bucharest; 2014 – Winstom-Salem.

*Please refer to bio page 179


ROSSET, MARC: (15) 1989 – Geneva; 1990 – Lyon; 1992 – Barcelona SCANLON, BILL: (7) 1978 – Maui; 1979 – Maui; 1981 – Auckland, WCT
Olympics, Moscow; 1993 – Marseille, Long Island, Moscow; 1994 – Marseille, Invitational Salisbury, Bangkok; 1982 – WCT/Zurich; 1986 – Newport.
Lyon; 1995 – Nice, Halle; 1997 – Antwerp; 1999 – St Petersburg;
2000 – Marseille, London.