|HLV:||Ivan Ljubicic and Severin Lüthi|
|Thi đấu chuyên nghiệp:||1998|
|Nơi sinh:||Basel, Switzerland|
|Tay thuận:||Right-Handed, One-Handed Backhand|
> Began playing tennis at age 8
> Mother, Lynette; father, Robert; sister, Diana
> Idols growing up were Stefan Edberg, Boris Becker and Pete Sampras
> Enjoys spending time with his family, relaxing on the beach, playing cards and table tennis. He is also a fervent fan of hometown football team, FC Basel.
> Speaks English, German, Swiss German, and French
> Since 2003, has won a record 33 ATP World Tour Awards: ATP No. 1 (5 times: 2004-07, 2009), Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of Year (2 times: 2006, 2013), Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship (12 times: 2004-09, 2011-16), ATPWorldTour.com Fans’ Favourite for a record 14 consecutive years (2003-16)
> Ranked No. 2 on the Reputation Institute’s 2011 study of world’s most respected, admired and trusted personalities. Was second to Nelson Mandela but ahead of the likes of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey and Bono
> In 2003, The Roger Federer Foundation was formed. The foundation focuses on supporting community driven initiatives to increase the quality of education in Southern Africa and Switzerland. The foundation has invested over 28 million dollars since its inception.
> Other Awards: Swiss of the Year (2003); Swiss Athlete of the Year (6x; 2003-04, 2006-07, 2012, 2014); ITF Player of the Year (5x, 2004-2007, 2009); I.T.W.A. Player of Year and Ambassador for Tennis (3x; 2004-06); BBC Sports Overseas Personality of Year (3x; 2004, 2006-07); L’Equipe’s Champion of Champions (3x; 2005-2007); Laureus Sports Award, World Sportsman of the Year (4x; 2005-2008); ESPY’s Best Male International Athlete Award (2007); U.S. Academy Outstanding Athlete presented by USA Today and MSNBC (2x; 2005-06); GQ Germany “International Man of the Year” (2005); Swiss Team of the Year, together with Stan Wawrinka (2008) and the Swiss Davis Cup Team (2014); US Open Sportsmanship Award (2014)
> Special edition stamp of him released by Swiss Post on April 10, 2007 in Basel (as the first person still alive)
> Named top global athlete brand in 2016 Forbes Fab 40. Ranked by Forbes in 2011 as world’s 25th-most powerful celebrity and 1st in sub category ‘press rank’ - a reflection of the amount of media coverage a celebrity receives, including magazine covers. Also named highest-earning tennis player off court 9 straight years (2007-15)
> In 2015, the London School of Marketing named him the world’s most marketable sports star
> Served as president on the ATP Player Council for 3 terms (2008-14)
> Wife, Mirka Vavrinec (married in 2009). They have four children: Myla and Charlene (born July 23, 2009), Leo and Lenny (born May 6, 2014)
> Fitness trainer is Pierre Paganini and physical therapist is Daniel Troxler
> Ranking: The Swiss has spent record 302 weeks at No. 1, including record 237 straight from Feb. 2, 2004 to Aug. 17, 2008. Became No. 1 after winning 2004 Aus. Open (d. Safin). Ended 5 seasons as World No. 1 (2004-07, 2009), tied with Connors for 2nd-most behind Sampras’ 6. Finished 14 straight seasons in Top 10 (2002-15), 2nd-longest streak behind Connors’ 16 (1973-88). Fell out of Top 10 on Nov. 7, 2016 for 1st time since winning 2002 Vienna title (734 weeks). Ended 1998 as World No. 1 junior.
> ATP Finals: Qualified for record 14 straight ATP Finals (2002-15), winning record 6 titles in 10 finals: 2003 (d. Agassi), 2004 (d. Hewitt), 2006 (d. Blake), 2007 (d. Ferrer), 2010 (d. Nadal) and 2011 (d. Tsonga). Won title in 3 cities (Houston 2003-04, Shanghai 2006-07, London 2010-11) and 5 times with 5-0 record (2003-04, 2006, 2010-11).
> Milestones: Winner of 88 singles titles, 3rd-most in Open Era behind Connors’ 109 and Lendl’s 94. Won 1+ title in Open Era-record 15 straight seasons (2001-15). Holds Open Era records for most titles at Halle (8), Cincinnati (7), Dubai (7), Basel (7), ATP Finals (6), Hamburg (4) and Doha (3). Also tied for most titles at Wimbledon with Sampras (7) and US Open with Connors and Sampras (5). Second in Open Era with 1,080 singles wins and one of only 3 men with 1,000+ victories (Connors 1,256; Lendl 1,071). Owns 7 win streaks of 20+ matches, including career-long 41 (Aug. 2006-Mar. 2007). Reached 17 straight finals (June 2005-Aug. 2006) and enjoyed 24-match win streak in finals (Oct. 2003-Nov. 2005). Also won 24 straight matches vs. Top 10 opponents (Nov. 2003-Jan. 2005) and 65 matches in a row on grass (June 2003-July 2008). Went 81-4 in 2005 (.953) for highest win pct. since McEnroe went 82-3 in 1984 (.965). Ended Djokovic’s 43-match win streak in 2011 Roland Garros SF and Nadal’s 81-match clay-court win streak in 2007 Hamburg final. Owns 9-19 record vs. World No. 1 opponents. Posted 10 wins from 2 sets down, tied for most in Open Era with Becker and Krickstein. Debuted at 1998 Gstaad as WC (l. to Arnold Ker) and earned 1st win at 1998 Toulouse as Q (d. Raoux). Never retired in 1,325 singles and 218 doubles matches.
> Grand Slams: All-time winningest men’s player with 307 Grand Slam wins, including 17 titles in 27 finals. One of 8 men to win all 4 majors, securing career Grand Slam at 2009 Roland Garros (d. Söderling). Owns Open Era records for consecutive Grand Slam finals (10), SFs (23) and QFs (36). Claimed 1+ Grand Slam title in 8 straight seasons (2003-10). Only player in Open Era to reach all 4 Grand Slam finals in a season more than once (2006-07, 2009). Competed in record-breaking Wimbledon finals in 2008 and 2009. Rallied from 2 sets down in 2008 but fell to Nadal 97 in 5th after 4h48m – longest final in event history. Hit career-high 50 aces in 2009 to beat Roddick 16-14 in 5th – longest 5th set in Grand Slam final history. Missed Roland Garros and US Open in 2016 following arthroscopic left knee surgery on Feb. 3, 2016, snapping Open Era-record streak of 65 straight Grand Slam appearances (69 w/qualifying, 73 w/juniors). Swept 1998 Wimbledon junior titles in singles (d. Labadze) and doubles w/O. Rochus (d. Llodra/A. Ram).
> ATP Masters 1000: Leads all players with 330 ATP Masters 1000 wins. Owns 24 titles, 3rd-most behind Djokovic’s 30 and Nadal’s 28. Reached 1+ final in 14 straight seasons (2002-15). Captured titles at 7 of 9 events (all but Monte-Carlo and Rome).
> Davis Cup/Olympics: Clinched 2014 Davis Cup title with win over Gasquet (SUI d. FRA 3-1). Owns 52-18 Davis Cup record (40-8 singles). At Olympics, earned doubles gold medal at 2008 Beijing w/Wawrinka (d. Bhupathi/Paes, Bryan/Bryan and Aspelin/T. Johansson) and singles silver medal at 2012 London (d. del Potro 19-17 in 3rd, l. to Murray). Finished 4th at 2000 Sydney (l. to Haas in SF and Di Pasquale in bronze-medal match).
2016 -- Swiss tied Connors for most wins (84) and SFs (11) at Wimbledon, saving 3 MPs and rallying from 2 sets down to beat Cilic in QF (l. to No. 7 Raonic in 5 sets). Also tied Becker and Krickstein for most comebacks from 2 sets down in Open Era (10)...Beat F. Mayer in Stuttgart QF on June 9 for 1,072nd win, passing Lendl for 2nd-most wins in Open Era (Connors 1,256)...Advanced to 12th Australian Open SF (d. No. 6 Berdych, l. to No. 1 Djokovic)...Earned record-extending 300th Grand Slam win of career in Australian Open 3R on Jan. 22 (d. Dimitrov)...Failed to win a title for 1st time since 2000, coming closest with RUP finish at Brisbane (l. to Raonic)...Beat Thiem in Brisbane SF before losing to him in ATP Masters 1000 Rome 3R and Stuttgart SF after holding 2 MPs...Dropped to No. 16 in Emirates ATP Rankings on November 7, falling out of Top 10 for 1st time in 734 weeks (14+ years)...Did not qualify for ATP Finals and finish in Top 6 for 1st time since 2001...Underwent arthroscopic left knee surgery on February 3, limiting him to 7 tournaments on the season...Withdrew from ATP Masters 1000 Miami (gastroenteritis) and ATP Masters 1000 Madrid (lower back pain)...Open Era-record streak of 65 straight Grand Slam appearances ended at Roland Garros (69 w/qualifying, 73 w/juniors)
2015 -- Swiss finished in Top 10 of Emirates ATP Rankings for 14th straight season, 2nd-longest streak behind Connors' 16 (1973-88)...Ended season in Top 3, posted 60+ wins, and won 4+ titles in 12 of last 13 years (all but 2013)...Went 6-5 in finals with all 5 losses to Djokovic: ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells, ATP Masters 1000 Rome, Wimbledon, US Open and Barclays ATP World Tour Finals...At US Open, became oldest Grand Slam finalist since 35-year-old Agassi at 2005 US Open...Entered US Open final having won 28 straight sets overall, tied for 3rd-longest streak of career...Won his 7th Cincinnati title and 24th ATP Masters 1000 crown overall (d. No. 2 Murray and No. 1 Djokovic)...Also won 7th hometown title at Basel (d. Nadal), 7th Dubai title (d. Djokovic), and 8th Halle title (d. Seppi), along with maiden titles at Brisbane (d. Raonic) and Istanbul (d. Cuevas)...Win over Raonic in Brisbane final was 1,000th victory of ATP career, making him 1 of only 3 players to reach 1,000 singles wins in Open Era (Connors 1,257; Lendl 1,071; Federer 1,059)...Win over Nadal in Basel final snapped 5-match losing streak to Spanish rival (11-23 overall)...Played in 10th straight Basel final and 12th overall -- both Open Era records for a single tournament...At other Grand Slams, reached Roland Garros QF (l. to Wawrinka) and Australian Open 3R (l. to Seppi), matching earliest exit of career in Melbourne (also 2000 and 2001 3R)...Enters 2016 having competed in Open Era-record 64 straight Grand Slam events (68 with qualifying, 72 with juniors)
2014 -- Swiss superstar finished in Top 2 for 10th time, highlighted by 5 titles, including 2 ATP Masters 1000 crowns. Also won a 1st Davis Cup title for Switzerland. The oldest player (33) to finish in Top 2 in Emirates ATP Rankings history (since ’73) and 1st to finish in Top 10 for 13 years in a row since Lendl from 1980-92...Led Tour in match wins (73), matches played (85), ATP Masters 1000 wins (28, along with Djokovic) and final appearances (11)...
Opened year by reaching Brisbane final (l. to Hewitt). Followed with 11th straight SF-better at Australian Open (d. No. 4 Murray in QF, l. to Nadal in record-tying 11th meeting at a Grand Slam)...Clinched 78th title in Dubai in March (d. No. 2 Djokovic in SF, No. 6 Berdych in F), moving clear of McEnroe (77) into 3rd on Open Era title leaderboard, behind Connors (109) and Lendl (94)...Later in month, fell to Djokovic in 3rd-set TB in Indian Wells final and advanced to QF in Miami (l. to Nishikori). Ranked as low as No. 8 for 7 weeks from Jan. 27 – Mar. 10...
Best clay-court result came in Monte-Carlo where he beat No. 2 Djokovic in SF before losing to Wawrinka in final, just his 2nd defeat to his countryman in 17 meetings. Fell in 4R at Roland Garros (l. to Gulbis in 5 sets) - earliest Paris exit since 3R in ‘04...Captured 14th grass court title and 7th in Halle in June (d. Falla)...At Wimbledon, fell short of winning 8th crown with 5-set final loss to Djokovic (d. No. 3 Wawrinka in QF, No. 9 Raonic in SF)...
In August, reached back-to-back finals at ATP Masters 1000 Toronto (l. to Tsonga) and Cincinnati (d. Ferrer)...At US Open, recovered from a 2-set deficit for 9th time in his career to beat Monfils in QF, saving 2 MPs (l. to Cilic in SF)...In October, won 23rd ATP Masters 1000 crown (8th different) in Shanghai (d. L. Mayer in 2R after saving 5 MPs, No. 1 Djokovic in SF, Simon in F). Followed with 6th career title in Basel (d. Goffin)...Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London for 13th year in a row and finished runner-up (d. Wawrinka in SF after saving 4 MPs, W/O vs. Djokovic in F due to back injury)...
In Davis Cup, helped country to 1st title with 6-1 singles record during year. In 3-1 victory over France in final, clinched decisive 3rd point with win over Gasquet. Teamed up w/Wawrinka a day earlier to beat Benneteau-Gasquet in doubles rubber...Compiled records of 56-7 on hard, 9-1 on grass and 8-4 on clay...Leader in 2nd serve pts. won (58%) and No.3 in service games won (91%) and 1st serve pts. won (79%)...
2013 -- The oldest player to finish in Top 10 since Andre Agassi (35) in 2005 and 1st to finish in Top 10 for 12 years in a row since Pete Sampras from 1990-2001. Streak of 11 Top 5 finishes in a row came to an end with No. 6 finish…Captured lone title in June at Halle (d. Youzhny), his 13th career grass court title (13-5 in grass court finals) and 77th career title (tied J. McEnroe for No. 3 in Open Era titles list)…
Opened year by reaching SF at Australian Open for 10th straight year (l. to Murray in 5 sets) after defeating Tsonga in QF in 5 sets (1st time in career played back-to-back 5-set matches). With win over Tomic in 3R, became 1st player to win 250 Grand Slam matches… Then reached QF in Rotterdam (l. to Benneteau), SF in Dubai (l. to Berdych in 3 sets) and QF in Indian Wells (l. to Nadal)…Best clay-court result was runner-up at ATP Masters 1000 Rome (l. to Nadal) in May. Also QF at Roland Garros (l. to Tsonga) and won his 900th career tour level win (923) in 4R (d. Simon in 5 sets). Only 3 players have won more matches in Open Era: Connors (1,253), Lendl (1,071) and Vilas (929)…
At Wimbledon lost in 2R to No. 116 Sergiy Stakhovsky. It was his earliest Grand Slam loss since losing in 1R at ‘03 Roland Garros and marked end of 36 straight major QF appearances (starting at ‘04 Wimbledon). It was his lowest-ranked loss in a Slam event since falling to No. 154 Ancic in ‘02 Wimbledon 1R…Then played on clay and lost to No. 114 qualifier Federico Delbonis in SF at Hamburg. It marked the second time during year he lost to an opponent outside Top 100. Then lost following week to No. 55 Brands in opening match (after bye) in Gstaad…Returned to hard courts and lost in QF in Cincinnati (l. to Nadal in 3 sets) and followed with 4R at US Open (l. to Robredo), his earliest exit since 4R in ‘03. Streak of 10 years with Slam final ended…Going into 2014, has played in record 56 straight Grand Slam tournaments (along w/Wayne Ferreira)…
Closed season with runner-up in Basel (l. to del Potro), 8th straight year in hometown final (10th overall) and SF at ATP Masters 1000 Paris (l. to Djokovic) and Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. to Nadal), 11th SF in season finals…Compiled records of 28-11 on hard, 12-5 on clay and 5-1 on grass and went 4-10 vs. Top 10 opponents…
2012 -- The Swiss won 6 titles in 10 finals, plus silver medal at London Olympics, and returned to No. 1 before finishing in Top 2 for 9th time in 10 years. Oldest at No. 2 since Agassi (32) in ‘02...Broke Sampras’ record of 286 weeks at No. 1 on July 16, 1 week after record-tying 7th Wimbledon title (d. Murray), his all-time best 17th Grand Slam crown. Held No. 1 for 17 weeks (302 in career) before Djokovic took over on Nov. 5...
Extended longest active streak with at least 1 title to 12 straight years, winning consecutive titles in Rotterdam (d. del Potro), Dubai (d. Murray) and Indian Wells (d. No. 9 del Potro, No. 2 Nadal, No. 11 Isner, all in straight sets)...Won in Madrid (d. Berdych) and a record 5th Cincinnati title (d. Djokovic, held serve for all 47 games during week) for record-tying 21st career ATP Masters 1000 crown (w/Nadal)...Won silver medal at London Olympics (l. to Murray), beating del Potro 19-17 in 3rd set in record 4h26m in SF (had 15-3 record on British soil). Closed season with back-to-back finals in hometown Basel (l. to del Potro) and Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. to Djokovic)...
His 71 match wins most since a career-high 92 in ’06. Compiled records of 41-7 on hard, 15-2 on grass and 15-3 on clay and went 16-9 vs. Top 10 opponents. Had a 12-10 record after losing 1st set and 14-3 in decisive-set matches...Has played in 52 straight Grand Slam events (Ferreira record holder with 56)...Continued his serving success by leading in 2nd serve pts. won (60%) and No. 3 in service games won (91%), No. 4 in aces (665, 8.2 avg.) and 1st serve pts. won (78%)...
2011 -- The Swiss native finished in Top 3 for 9th straight year…Compiling a 4-2 record in finals during year, capping season with 17-match winning streak and 3 titles, including a record 6th Barclays ATP World Tour Finals crown...His 70 career titles are No. 4 on Open Era titles list and 807 match wins is No. 6 in Open Era...
Opened season with title in Doha where he defeated Davydenko…It extended his streak to 11 years with at least 1 ATP World Tour title, tied with Andy Roddick for longest streak among active players...Reached QF or better in 14 of 16 tournaments, including at all 4 Grand Slam events…
Has advanced to QF or better in a record 30 consecutive Slams going back to ‘04 Wimbledon…His streak of at least 1 Slam title for 8 consecutive years came to an end...In Roland Garros SF, he snapped Djokovic’s 43-match winning streak with 4-set victory…Then followed with QF at Wimbledon (l. to Tsonga in 5 sets after holding 2-set lead)…It was 1st time in a Slam he lost 2-0 set lead (was 178-0)…At US Open, lost to Djokovic in SF for 2nd year in a row (held 2 MPs and 2-0 set lead)...
Following US Open, traveled to Australia for Davis Cup World Group playoff tie and posted 4-set wins over Hewitt and Tomic as Switzerland prevailed 3-2...Returned after break and closed season with titles in Basel (d. Nishikori), Paris (d. Tsonga) and Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (d. Tsonga)...Compiled marks of 46-7 on hard, 12-4 on clay and 6-1 on grass and was 20-9 in TBs…Also 16-0 indoors…Went 10-9 vs. Top 10 opponents, winning last 7...
2010 -- The Swiss native finshed in Top 2 for a record eighth straight year…He captured five titles in nine finals during season (has won at least three titles for nine straight years)…
In first month of action, reached SF in Doha (l. to Davydenko) and followed with his 16th career Grand Slam crown at Australian Open (d. Murray)…Became first father to win a Slam title since Agassi at ’03 Australian Open…Has won at least one Slam title for eight consecutive years, tying mark of Borg and Sampras…His 66 career titles is No. 4 on Open Era titles list…In first two ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments, reached 3rd RD in Indian Wells* (losing to Baghdatis in a third set tie-break after holding three match points) and followed with 4th RD exit in Miami*, (falling to Berdych in a third set tie-break after holding match point on Mar. 30…
During clay court circuit in May, lost in opening round to Gulbis in Rome*, reached SF in Estoril (l. to Montanes) and final in Madrid* (l. to Nadal)…At Roland Garros, fell in QF to Soderling in four sets, ending his record of reaching 23 straight Grand Slam SFs (since ’04 Wimbledon)…On June 7, dropped to No. 2, having been No. 1 for 285 weeks (one week shy of equalling Sampras' all-time record)…On grass in Halle reached final, falling to Hewitt, which ended a 15-match winning streak against his long-time rival…It also ended a 29-match winning streak in Halle…Returned as defending champion at Wimbledon, where he lost to Berdych in QFs…It was first time since ‘02 he had not reached final at All England Club…Since his QF loss at Wimbledon, won 29 of 33 matches during a seven tournament span, reaching five finals…On July 5, he dropped to No. 3 ranking for first time since Nov. 10, ‘03…
In mid-August, returned at Toronto* where he beat Berdych (QF) and Djokovic (SF) in three-setters before falling to No. 4 Murray in rain-interrupted final…Returned to No. 2 on Aug. 16…The following week he snapped a seven month title drought by winning Cincinnati* for fourth time (d. Fish) in his 90th tour-level final…Became first player to win back-to-back titles in Cincinnati since Agassi in ‘95-96…It was also his 17th ATP World Tour Masters 1000 trophy, tying him with Agassi and one short of Nadal’s record…
At US Open, advanced to SF although he squandered two match points in fifth set loss to Djokovic in 3:44…Afterwards fell to No. 3 on Sept. 13…Went a career-best 21-2 after US Open…Returned following month at Shanghai* where he lost to Murray in final…Returned to No. 2 on Oct. 18… Then made his first appearance in Stockholm in 10 years and won his 64th tour-level title over F. Mayer…It was 18th different country he has won a tour level title…In addition, became first active player to reach 900 career singles matches played…Two weeks later he won his fourth career title in his hometown of Basel (d. Djokovic)…In Paris*, his season-high 12-match winning streak came to an end in SF against Monfils as he lost in three tie-breaks (after holding five match points)…It was his fourth loss during year after holding match point…Closed season with his fifth year-end title at Barclays ATP World Tour in London (d. Nadal)…Compiled marks of 47-7 on hard, 10-4 on clay and 8-2 on grass…Went tour best 16-6 vs. Top 10 opponents (most wins during year).
2009 -- The Swiss finished as ATP World Tour Champion for fifth time in six years and became third player in history of ATP Rankings (since 1973) to rank year-end No. 1 at least five times, joining Sampras (six) and Connors (five)…He is only second player (Lendl in ‘89) to reclaim year-end top spot after losing it for a year…He is also first player to finish in Top 2 for seven straight years…Became all-time leader in men’s tennis with 15 Grand Slam singles titles (winning at least one for seven straight years)…He captured four titles in seven finals on season and for third time in past four years (2006-07, ‘09) he reached all four Grand Slam finals in same year…He became first player to take part in three five-set Slam finals in a season…
In June, he captured Roland Garros in his 11th attempt and became sixth man in history to win all four Grand Slam titles in his career…One month later, he won a record-breaking 15th Grand Slam title at Wimbledon, where he collected his sixth crown at the All England Club…In the process he reclaimed top ranking (on July 6) after Nadal’s run of 46 consecutive weeks at No. 1…Has been No. 1 for a total of 264 weeks (as of Jan. 5, ‘10)…
Opened first month with a SF in Doha (l. to Murray) and followed with runner-up at Australian Open, falling to Nadal in five sets…It was his first loss in a Grand Slam hard court final (8-1)…He then withdrew from Dubai and 1st RD Davis Cup tie vs. the U.S. with a back injury…Returned from a six-week layoff and advanced to SF in Indian Wells* (l. to Murray for fourth straight time)...Followed with a three-set loss to No. 3 Djokovic in SF in Miami*… Prior to clay court campaign, he married long-time girlfriend Mirka Vavrinec in his hometown of Basel on Apr. 11…
In first clay appearance at Monte-Carlo* lost in 3rd Rd. to countryman Wawrinka…It was his first loss to a countryman since Marc Rosset in 2000…After putting together a 21-6 mark through May 9, went on a 26-1 run in next three months, breaking nearly a seven-month title drought by earning his 15th ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crown in Madrid (d. Nadal)…Broke a five-match losing streak to Spaniard in his 80th career final…Has won at least one ATP World Tour title for nine straight years…En route he also beat No. 16 Blake, No. 6 Roddick and No. 5 del Potro…Only lost his serve twice in 55 games…Followed by completing a career Grand Slam at Roland Garros by defeating Soderling in straight sets final…It was his 14th Grand Slam crown, tying Sampras for most in men’s tennis… Lost six sets en route to title, most of any Grand Slam title run and was pushed to five sets by Haas in 4th RD (lost first two sets) and del Potro in SF…
Nearly one month later he rewrote tennis history at Wimbledon, where he earned his 15th Grand Slam title…He only dropped one set (vs. Kohlschreiber) en route to a record seventh straight Wimbledon final as he outlasted Roddick 16-14 in fifth set, breaking him for first time in final game
after 37 service holds from Roddick…It was longest fifth set in a final in Grand Slam history…He served a personal-best 50 aces and earned his 60th tour-level title…Took five weeks off following Wimbledon, his twin daughters, Myla Rose and Charlene Riva were born on July 23…
Made his return to action in Montreal* and reached QFs…Held a 5-1 advantage in final set over Tsonga before falling in a tie-break…Following week he captured his third Cincinnati* title, capping it off with wins over No. 2 Murray in SF and No. 4 Djokovic in final…It was his 16th ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title, second all-time behind Agassi (17)…At US Open, he became first player to surpass $50 million in career prize money and he went on to advance to his sixth consecutive final, only to fall in five sets to No. 6 del Potro, ending a 40-match winning streak at Flushing Meadows…Played six five-set matches (4-2), a career high…One week later, helped his country return to Davis Cup World Group in 2010 with two wins in playoff tie in Italy…
Returned from a six-week break to his hometown tournament in Basel and lost in three-set final to Djokovic…Had a 19-match winning streak in Basel come to an end…Following week in Paris*, lost in opening round to Benneteau in three sets…Closed season with SF at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. to Davydenko)…Went 15-10 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 36-10 on hard, 18-2 on clay and 7-0 on grass…Also 26-11 in tie-breaks…Finished No. 2 in second
serve points won (57%), No. 3 in service games won (90%), break points saved (69%), first serve points won (79%) and No. 5 in aces (657)…Has reached SF or better in a record 22 straight Grand Slam tournaments and has played in 40 consecutive Slams going into 2010.
2008 -- The Swiss native's four year run at No. 1 came to an end but he extended his streak of winning at least one Grand Slam title to six straight years...Captured four titles in eight finals, including his fifth straight US Open crown...Each of his runner-up showings came to rival Rafael Nadal, at AMS Monte Carlo, AMS Hamburg, Roland Garros (for third straight year) and Wimbledon...
Began year with a SF at Australian Open (l. to Djokovic) where he was coming off lingering affects with a bout of mononucleosis that went back to latter part of 2007...Hit a career-high 39 aces in a 3rd RD win 10-8 in fifth set over Tipsarevic in Melbourne...In March, reached SF at AMS Indian Wells (l. to Fish) and QF at AMS Miami (l. to Roddick)...Opened clay court circuit with title in Estoril (d. Davydenko, ret. with leg injury) and followed with runner-up in Monte Carlo...Then reached QF at AMS Rome (l. to Stepanek) and finals in Hamburg and Roland Garros...Won a career-best 21 of 25 matches on clay...
Then moved to grass and won Halle title (d. Kohlschreiber) without dropping serve in 49 games...Fell short of winning a sixth straight Wimbledon title as Nadal prevailed in a 4:48 marathon (9-7 in fifth set) in longest final in tournament history...It also ended a record 65-match winning streak on grass and it was his first loss in a grass court final (10-1)...
Returned to hard courts and lost in 2nd RD to Simon in Toronto, 3rd RD to Karlovic in Cincinnati and QF in Beijing Olympics (l. to Blake)...He did win gold medal in doubles (w/Wawrinka)...His record streak of 237 consecutive weeks at No. 1 came to an end on Aug. 18 after holding top spot since Feb. 2, 2004...At US Open, became first player to win five straight titles since Bill Tilden captured six in a row from 1920-25...Beat Djokovic in SF and Murray in F to collect his 13th Grand Slam title, one short of record by Pete Sampras...Led his native country into '09 Davis Cup World Group by accounting for two points in playoff win over Belgium...During indoor circuit, reached SF at AMS Madrid (l. to Murray) and won third straight title in Basel (d. Nalbandian)...Withdrew from QF (vs. Blake) at AMS Paris due to back injury for first time in a tournament after 763 matches...At Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai, went 1-2 in round robin play...
Has advanced to SF or better in a record 18 straight Grand Slam tournaments and has played in 36 consecutive Slams since 2000 Australian Open (going into '09)...Compiled marks of 34-10 on hard, 21-4 on clay and 11-1 on grass...Went 25-13 in tiebreaks and 7-10 vs. Top 10 opponents...In Ricoh ATP MatchFacts, ranked No. 2 in service games won (90%), break points saved (68%), 2nd serve points won (58%) and No. 3 in aces (675)...Became all-time leader in career prize money (surpassing Sampras) with over $44 million.
2007 -- Finished No. 1 for a fourth straight year...Captured an ATP-best eight titles (in 12 finals) for fourth consecutive season, including three Grand Slam crowns for third time in four years and at least two ATP Masters Series shields...Became only fourth player since 1973 to end year at No. 1 at least four consecutive years, joining Pete Sampras (6), Jimmy Connors (5) and John McEnroe (4)...Also first player in history to reach all four Grand Slam finals in back-to-back years and advanced to an all-time record 10 consecutive Slam finals...Competed in 12 finals (8-4) in 16 tournaments...Since beginning of 2004, compiled a match record of 315-24 (.929) with Nadal, Nalbandian and Canas only players to beat him more than once during that stretch...Ranked No. 1 every week since first taking over on Feb. 2, 2004, and has ranked No. 1 for 205 weeks (as of Dec. 31, 2007) and broke record of Connors (160) for most consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Feb. 26, 2007...
Began year with a repeat title at Australian Open (d. Gonzalez) without dropping a set (first Slam title without losing a set) and first player to win a Slam title in such fashion since Bjorn Borg at Roland Garros in 1980 (fourth player in Open Era to do so)...Returned to action in Dubai and won title for fourth time in five years (d. Youzhny)...In March, his career-best 41-match winning streak (going back to ‘06 US Open) came to an end with his opening round loss to Ca±as...Then lost to Ca±as again in 4th RD in Miami...Made clay court debut in Monte Carlo and did not drop a set en route to a repeat final effort (d. Ferrer in QF, Ferrero in SF) before losing to Nadal in straight sets...In his next clay court showing in Rome, lost in 3rd RD to Volandri and afterwards parted ways with coach Tony Roche...
At Hamburg, defeated Nadal in final for first time on clay (1-6) to break his rival’s 81-match winning streak on clay...Went into Paris and dropped one set en route to final, only to fall in four sets for second straight year to Nadal...Withdrew from Halle and entered Wimbledon without a grass court pre-tournament for first time in his career...At All England Club dropped only one set en route to title match before defeating Nadal in five sets to capture his fifth consecutive Wimbledon title and join Bjorn Borg as only players to win at least five straight crowns in Open Era...Compiled an undefeated grass court record (6-0) for fifth straight year and owns longest grass court winning streak (54) going into ‘08...
Returned to play in August and reached final at ATP Masters Series Montreal (l. to Djokovic)...Followed with title at AMS Cincinnati (d. Blake), his 50th career championship...Then became the first player since Bill Tilden in 1920s to capture four straight US Open titles with straight-sets win over Djokovic...It was his 12th career Grand Slam crown, leaving him two away from all-time record of Sampras...Posted an outstanding 15-1 mark in Grand Slam tie-breaks during year...In Davis Cup World Group playoff tie vs. Czech Republic, won both of his singles matches (vs. Stepanek, Berdych) but Switzerland lost 3-2...In October, reached final at AMS Madrid (l. to Nalbandian) and repeated title in Basel (d. Nieminen)... Lost to Nalbandiain in 3rd RD at AMS Paris to break streak of eight consecutive finals reached (going back to May in Hamburg)...Closed with fourth Tennis Masters Cup title in last five years (d.Ferrer)...
Since 2004, won 42 of 51 singles finals he appeared in, losing to Djokovic, Nalbandian twice and Nadal six times...Went 17-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 44-6 on hard, 16-3 on clay and 6-0 on grass... Also had a 30-10 tie-break record...Led Ricoh ATP MatchFacts in 2nd serve points won (59%), No. 3 in service games won (89%) and No. 4 in aces (597)...Earned a record $10,130,620 and is No. 2 all-time in career prize money (behind Sampras’ $43,280,489).
2006 – Finished No. 1 for third straight year highlighted by an ATP-best 12 titles, including three Grand Slam crowns for second time in three years and four AMS shields for second straight season...His 12 titles were most in a season since Thomas Muster in ‘95...Became first player in Open Era (since 1968) to win at least 10 titles three straight years...Also first player to reach all four Grand Slam finals in a year since Rod Laver in ‘69...Advanced to six straight Grand Slam finals going back to 2005 Wimbledon, first player to accomplish that feat since Laver in 1961-62...Joined Laver as only players to win at least three Grand Slam titles in two different seasons (Laver won Grand Slam in 1962, ‘69)...Competed in 16 finals in 17 tournaments played and won a career-high 92 matches, most by a player since Ivan Lendl compiled a 106-9 mark in ‘82...Also first player since Lendl in 1981-82 to win at least 80 matches in back-to-back seasons...From 2004-06, compiled a match record of 247-15 (.943) with Nadal only player to beat him more than once during that stretch...
Ranked No. 1 for 153 consecutive weeks (as of Jan. 1, 2007)...Going back to June 2005-Aug. 2006, advanced to 17 consecutive finals, second-best behind Lendl’s 18 straight final appearances in 1981-82...His five losses came to two players -- No. 2 Nadal in finals of Dubai, AMS Monte Carlo, AMS Rome and Roland Garros and to Andy Murray in 2nd RD of Cincinnati...His loss to Murray ended a 55-match winning streak in North America...He also won a record 29 consecutive AMS matches since Hamburg in May 2005 (along with ‘05 Cincinnati, ’06 Indian Wells, Miami) before Nadal ended streak with his four-set win in Monte Carlo... Also had won nine consecutive AMS finals since 2004...Began year with a repeat title in Doha (d. Monfils) without dropping a set, followed with his third straight Grand Slam crown at Australian Open where he defeated Haas (4th RD) in five sets, No. 5 Davydenko (QF), Kiefer (SF) and Baghdatis (F), last three in four sets...Became first player since Pete Sampras in 1993-94 to win three straight Slam titles...
Returned to action in Dubai and reached final (l. to Nadal in three sets)...The loss broke his Open Era record 56-match hard court winning streak going back to ‘05 Australian Open. (l. to Safin in SF)...Moved on to AMS Indian Wells and became first player to win three straight tournament titles (d. Blake)...Then at AMS Miami, defeated Ljubicic in three tie-breaks to repeat his title...Made clay court debut in Monte Carlo and lost only one set en route to his first final (d. Ferrer in QF, Gonzalez in SF) before losing to Nadal in 3 hrs., 50 mins...In Rome, held 2 M.P. against Nadal before falling in a fifth set tie-break in a five hour and five minute marathon...At Roland Garros dropped only two sets en route to his first final in Paris, only to fall in four sets to defending champion Nadal...
Then in Halle won four of his five matches in three sets to capture fourth straight title there and tie Bjorn Borg’s grass court record of 41 consecutive matches won...Saved 4 M.P. in his QF victory over O. Rochus...At All England Club dropped his only set to Nadal in title match to capture his fourth consecutive Wimbledon title and join Sampras (7 overall) and Borg (5) as only players to win at least four straight crowns in Open Era...Undefeated on grass (12-0) for fourth straight year and owns longest grass court winning streak (48)...Captured AMS Toronto title (d. Gasquet)...
At US Open, became first player to win three straight US Open titles since Lendl in 1985-87 with his four-set win over Roddick...Then helped his country to ‘07 Davis Cup World Group with three wins against Serbia...Returned to tour play in Tokyo and captured title (d. Henman) before heading into European indoor circuit...Captured his sixth different AMS title in Madrid and followed with his first title in his birthplace of Basel (d. Gonzalez at both)...Closed season by winning third Tennis Masters Cup in four years (d. Nadal in SF, Blake in F)...Ended 2006 with a 29-match winning streak...Compiled records of 59-2 on hard, 16-3 on clay, 12-0 on grass and 5-0 on carpet...Also won most tie-breaks during year, compiling a 37-14 mark, winning last 11...Also was 17-0 indoors... Became first player in history to surpass $8 million...
2005 – Finished No. 1 for second straight year highlighted by an ATP-best 11 titles (along with Nadal), including two Grand Slam and a record four AMS crowns...Clinched No. 1 on Oct. 3 after Bangkok title and became only fifth player in history of ATP Rankings (since 1973) to rank No. 1 every week during calendar year (Connors, Lendl, Sampras, Hewitt)...As of Dec. 26, 2005, ranked No. 1 for 100 consecutive weeks and only fourth player to reach century mark in successive weeks (Connors-160, Lendl-157, Sampras-102)...Compiled best match winning percentage in a season (.953, 81-4) since John McEnroe (.965, 82-3) in 1984...His record unbeaten streak in finals of 24 came to an end with his five-set loss to Nalbandian in Tennis Masters Cup final in Shanghai...His 35-match winning streak also came to an end...
By capturing five Grand Slam titles within last two years, became first player since Rod Laver in 1968-69 to win five in back-to-back seasons...His 6-0 record in Grand Slam finals is best showing since Tony Wilding compiled same mark between 1906-13...Also became first player since Don Budge in 1937-38 to win Wimbledon and US Open in same season back-to-back years...His 22 titles in last two years is most since Ivan Lendl in 1982-83...In two of his four losses, held at least one match point (in Australian Open SF vs. Safin, 1 M.P.; Monte Carlo QF vs. Gasquet, 3 M.P.)...His other losses came to Nadal in SF at Roland Garros on June 3 and to Nalbandian in fifth set tie-break on Nov. 20...
After Nadal loss, compiled a 35-match winning streak with titles in Halle (d. Safin), Wimbledon (d. Roddick), AMS Cincinnati (d. Roddick), US Open (d. Agassi) and Bangkok (d. Murray)...The streak was longest on ATP circuit since Thomas Muster won 35 in a row in ‘95...Also compiled a then Open Era record 40-match winning streak on hard courts and went 50-1 for the season with his only loss to Safin...Began season with title in Doha (d. Ljubicic) and did not lose serve in 43 games...After falling in SF to Safin 9-7 in fifth set at Australian Open, compiled a 25-match winning streak with titles in Rotterdam (d. Ljubicic), Dubai (d. Ljubicic) and back-to-back AMS in Indian Wells (d. Hewitt) and Miami (d. Nadal), rallying from two sets down to win in five...Streak ended on clay in Monte Carlo where French teen Gasquet rallied to win in a third set tie-break (10-8)...Rebounded in next tournament at AMS Hamburg and won title for third time in four years (d. Gasquet)...At Roland Garros, reached his first SF (l to eventual champion Nadal)...
Then began his winning streak on grass with titles in Halle and Wimbledon for third straight year and went into ‘06 undefeated (36-0) on grass since ‘03...Continued success on hard courts with titles at AMS Cincinnati, US Open and Bangkok...Moved from No. 28 to tied No. 15 in Open Era Career Title Leaders list with 33...Sprained his right ankle while practicing on Oct. 11 in Basel and withdrew from Madrid, Basel and Paris before returning in Shanghai for Tennis Masters Cup...Went 15-2 vs. Top 10 opponents...Also had a 27-11 mark in tie-breaks...Surpassed $6 million mark for second straight year and $20 million in his career...
2004 – Compiled one of best seasons in nearly two decades, capturing an ATP-best 11 titles in as many finals, including three Grand Slam and three AMS victories...His 11 titles were most by a year-end No. 1 since Ivan Lendl won 11 in ‘85 and his .925 match winning percentage was highest since Lendl compiled same mark in ‘86...In last two years has compiled an 18-2 record in finals after going 4-6 previous three years...Became first player since Mats Wilander in ‘88 to win three Grand Slam titles in a season and fourth player overall in Open Era to win at least three in a year (Connors won three in 1974, Laver won four in 1969)...Became first player in Open Era to win his first four Grand Slam finals...
His statistics included an 18-0 record against Top 10 foes (23-0 going back to ‘03 TMC in Houston), defeating every member of year-end Top 10...Also established an Open Era record by winning 13 straight finals (going back to 2003), surpassing mark held by Hall-of-Famers Borg and McEnroe, who won 12 straight..Became first player to win multiple titles on clay, grass and hard courts in a season and first since Borg in ‘79 to win consecutive titles on those surfaces...Compiled winning streaks of 10-more four different times, including a career-best 23 in a row from June 7-Aug. 1...
Opened year at Australian Open and dropped only two sets while posting wins over Hewitt (4th), Nalbandian (QF), Ferrero (SF) and Safin (F)...Became No. 1 afterwards for first time on Feb. 2 and clinched top spot earliest ever on Sept. 13 after winning first US Open crown (d. Hewitt)...Lost first match of year to Henman in QF of Rotterdam on Feb. 20...Won next two outings in Dubai (d. Lopez) and AMS Indian Wells (d. Henman)...In May at AMS Hamburg, he defeated Gaudio (1st), Gonzalez (3rd), Moya (QF), Hewitt (SF) and Coria (F)...His only Grand Slam loss came to Kuerten in 3rd RD at Roland Garros...Then reeled off four consecutive titles û repeat efforts in Halle (d. Fish) and Wimbledon (d. Roddick), his first Swiss title in Gstaad (d. Andreev) and AMS Toronto (d. Roddick)...His streak ended with his lone 1st RD loss of year to Hrbaty at AMS Cincinnati...Then lost to Berdych in 2nd RD at Athens Olympics on Aug. 17, his last loss of year...
Made his fifth US Open appearance and won title, defeating Agassi in five sets (QF), Henman (SF) and Hewitt (F)...After a two-week break, titled in Bangkok (d. Roddick) to become first player since Muster (12) in 1995 to win at least 10 titles...Went 21-5 in tie-breaks, including winning the longest tie-break in Tennis Masters Cup history, defeating Safin 20-18 in SF...Earned $6,357,547, just short of then record set by Sampras in 1997 ($6,498,311)...Entered ‘05 season with a 17-match winning streak...
2003 – Captured an ATP-high seven titles in nine finals, including his first Grand Slam crown at Wimbledon...Capped year with first U.S. title at Tennis Masters Cup in Houston where he went undefeated (5-0)...Claimed titles on three different surfaces (clay, grass, hard) and also won indoors for first time en route to an ATP circuit-best 78 match wins...Won titles in Marseille (d. Bjorkman) and Dubai (d. Novak), while leading his country to Davis Cup SF...Led Switzerland to a 3-2 Davis Cup victory over France by accounting for all three points, including wins over Escude and Santoro...Opened clay court circuit with title in Munich (d. Nieminen) without dropping a set and followed with runner-up effort at AMS Rome (l. to Mantilla)...Put together undefeated grass court season (12-0) with back-to-back titles in Halle (d. Kiefer) and Wimbledon (d. Roddick in SF, Philippoussis in F)...Lost only one set during fortnight, and in his last two wins, did not lose serve (in 35 games)...Two days later, proceeded to Gstaad and continued success, this time on clay...Only lost one set en route to final before falling in five sets to Jiri Novak, ending his 15-match winning streak...
Returned to action in August at AMS Montreal and advanced to SF (l. to Roddick in third-set tie-break)...Following week in Cincinnati, saved a personal-best 7 M.P. in his 1st RD win over Draper (l. to Nalbandian in 2nd RD)...At US Open, reached 4th RD for third straight year (l. to Nalbandian)...In Davis Cup SF tie in Australia, defeated Philippoussis in 2nd match and led Hewitt by two sets and 5-3 in third set, only to lose in five sets in 4th match...Played well during European indoor circuit with singles (d. Moya) and doubles titles in Vienna, lone double winner during year, and advanced to SF at AMS Madrid (l. to Ferrero) and QF at AMS Paris (l. to Henman)...
Closed season by capturing first title on U.S. soil at Tennis Masters Cup in Houston with wins over Agassi (twice), Nalbandian, Ferrero and No. 1 Roddick...For second year in a row, only player in year-end Top 10 to win multiple singles and doubles titles during year...Won doubles titles at AMS Miami (w/Mirnyi) and Vienna (w/Allegro)...Led ATP in earnings with $4,000,680...
2002 – Became first Swiss player to finish in Top 10 (at No. 6) and appear in year-end championship since Jakob Hlasek was No. 8 in 1988...Opened season with title in Sydney (d. Chela) and earned first AMS title in Hamburg (d. Safin) and later in Vienna (d. Novak)...Lost 8-6 in fifth set to Haas (held 1 M.P.) in 4th RD at Australian Open...Reached finals in Milan (l. to Sanguinetti) and at AMS Miami (l. to Agassi)...In Davis Cup play, went 4-0 in singles during year...Posted straight-set wins over Safin and Kafelnikov in 1st RD tie in Moscow but Russia prevailed 3-2...Lifted his country back into ‘03 Davis Cup World Group with wins over Arazi and El Aynaoui in Morocco...
Dedicated his Vienna title to his first coach Peter Carter, who died in a car accident two months earlier...“This title is for him. I miss him a lot,” he said...In his first Tennis Masters Cup appearance in Shanghai, went 3-0 in round robin play before losing in SF to eventual champion and No. 1 Hewitt 7-5 in third set...Had most indoor match wins (24) during year...Won multiple singles and doubles titles for first time, capturing doubles crowns in Rotterdam and Moscow (w/Mirnyi)...
2001 – Finished as his country’s No. 1 player for first time and won first ATP title in Milan (d. Ivanisevic in QF, Kafelnikov in SF, Boutter in F)...Then led his country to a 3-2 Davis Cup 1st RD win over U.S. by accounting for all three points...Reached final in Rotterdam (l. to Escude 7-6 in third set)...At Roland Garros, advanced to first Grand Slam QF (l. to Corretja)...Defeated Sampras 7-5 in fifth on Centre Court in Wimbledon 4th RD, ending Sampras’ 31-match winning streak at All England Club (l. to Henman)...Pulled left groin in his 3rd RD win over Bjorkman, then missed six weeks due to injury after Gstaad...Reached final in Basel (l. to Henman)...In doubles, won first ATP title in Rotterdam (w/Bjorkman) and later in Gstaad (w/Safin)...
2000 – Reached first ATP final in Marseille (l. to Rosset in third set tie-break) and also in native Basel (l. to Enqvist in five sets)...Lost in bronze medal match to Di Pasquale at Sydney Olympics...
1999 – Youngest player (18 yrs., 4 mos.) to finish in Top 100 and advanced to his first ATP SF in Vienna and QF in Marseille (d. No. 5 Moya), Rotterdam and hometown Basel...Won first Challenger title in Brest (d. Mirnyi)...
1998 – Reached Toulouse QF in second ATP World Tour event...
|Wimbledon London, Great Britain 2016.06.27 - 2016.07.10|| |
|Semi-Finals||7||L||36 763 64 57 36|
|Quarter-Finals||13||W||674 46 63 769 63|
|Round of 16||29||W||62 63 75|
|Round of 32||91||W||64 62 62|
|Round of 64||772||W||60 63 64|
|Round of 128||52||W||765 763 63|
|Gerry Weber Open Halle, Germany 2016.06.13 - 2016.06.19|| |
|Semi-Finals||38||L||674 75 36|
|Round of 16||64||W||63 75|
|Round of 32||88||W||64 763|
|Mercedes Cup Stuttgart, Germany 2016.06.06 - 2016.06.13|| |
|Semi-Finals||7||L||63 677 46|
|Round of 16||65||W||64 57 64|
|Round of 32|| |
|Internazionali BNL d'Italia Rome, Italy 2016.05.09 - 2016.05.15|| |
|Round of 16||15||L||672 46|
|Round of 32||44||W||63 75|
|Round of 64|| |
|Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters Monte Carlo, Monaco 2016.04.11 - 2016.04.17|| |
|Quarter-Finals||9||L||63 26 57|
|Round of 16||17||W||62 64|
|Round of 32||38||W||63 64|
|Round of 64|| |
|Australian Open Melbourne, Australia 2016.01.18 - 2016.01.31|| |
|Semi-Finals||1||L||16 26 63 36|
|Quarter-Finals||6||W||764 62 64|
|Round of 16||16||W||62 61 64|
|Round of 32||28||W||64 36 61 64|
|Round of 64||35||W||63 75 61|
|Round of 128||118||W||62 61 62|
|Brisbane International presented by Suncorp Brisbane, Australia 2016.01.04 - 2016.01.10|| |
|Quarter-Finals||28||W||64 674 64|
|Round of 16||277||W||62 61|
|Round of 32|| |
|Match Record||YTD W/L||YTD FEDEX Index||CAREER W/L||Career Fedex Index||Titles|
|Grand Slams|| |
|ATP World Tour Masters 1000|| |
|Versus Top 10|| |
|Deciding Set (3rd or 5th Set)|| |
|5th Set Record|| |
|After Winning 1st Set|| |
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|vs. Right Handers*|| |
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** Carpet surface not used as of 2009
|2015||6||Basel (Indoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati (Outdoor/Hard)Halle (Outdoor/Grass)Istanbul (Outdoor/Clay)Dubai (Outdoor/Hard)Brisbane (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2014||5||Basel (Indoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai (Outdoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati (Outdoor/Hard)Halle (Outdoor/Grass)Dubai (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2012||6||ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati (Outdoor/Hard)Wimbledon (Outdoor/Grass)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid (Outdoor/Clay)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells (Outdoor/Hard)Dubai (Outdoor/Hard)Rotterdam (Indoor/Hard)|
|2011||4||Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Indoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Paris (Indoor/Hard)Basel (Indoor/Hard)Doha (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2010||5||Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Indoor/Hard)Basel (Indoor/Hard)Stockholm (Indoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati (Outdoor/Hard)Australian Open (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2009||4||ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati (Outdoor/Hard)Wimbledon (Outdoor/Grass)Roland Garros (Outdoor/Clay)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid (Outdoor/Clay)|
|2008||4||Basel (Indoor/Hard)US Open (Outdoor/Hard)Halle (Outdoor/Grass) Estoril (Outdoor/Clay)|
|2007||8||Tennis Masters Cup (Indoor/Hard)Basel (Indoor/Hard)US Open (Outdoor/Hard)ATP Masters Series Cincinnati (Outdoor/Hard)Wimbledon (Outdoor/Grass)ATP Masters Series Hamburg (Outdoor/Clay)Dubai (Outdoor/Hard)Australian Open (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2006||12||Tennis Masters Cup (Indoor/Hard)Basel (Indoor/Carpet)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid (Indoor/Hard)Tokyo (Outdoor/Hard)US Open (Outdoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Canada (Outdoor/Hard)Wimbledon (Outdoor/Grass)Halle (Outdoor/Grass)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami (Outdoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells (Outdoor/Hard)Australian Open (Outdoor/Hard)Doha (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2005||11||Bangkok (Indoor/Hard)US Open (Outdoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati (Outdoor/Hard)Wimbledon (Outdoor/Grass)Halle (Outdoor/Grass)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Hamburg (Outdoor/Clay)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami (Outdoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells (Outdoor/Hard)Dubai (Outdoor/Hard)Rotterdam (Indoor/Hard)Doha (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2004||11||Tennis Masters Cup (Outdoor/Hard) Bangkok (Indoor/Hard)US Open (Outdoor/Hard)ATP Masters Series Canada (Outdoor/Hard)Gstaad (Outdoor/Clay)Wimbledon (Outdoor/Grass)Halle (Outdoor/Grass)ATP Masters Series Hamburg (Outdoor/Clay)ATP Masters Series Indian Wells (Outdoor/Hard)Dubai (Outdoor/Hard)Australian Open (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2003||7||Tennis Masters Cup (Outdoor/Hard)Vienna (Indoor/Hard)Wimbledon (Outdoor/Grass)Halle (Outdoor/Grass)Munich (Outdoor/Clay)Dubai (Outdoor/Hard)Marseille (Indoor/Hard)|
|2002||3||Vienna (Indoor/Hard)ATP Masters Series Hamburg (Outdoor/Clay)Sydney (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2015||5||Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Indoor/Hard)US Open (Outdoor/Hard)Wimbledon (Outdoor/Grass)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome (Outdoor/Clay)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2014||6||Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Indoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Canada (Outdoor/Hard)Wimbledon (Outdoor/Grass)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo (Outdoor/Clay)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells (Outdoor/Hard)Brisbane (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2013||2||Basel (Indoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome (Outdoor/Clay)|
|2012||4||Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (Indoor/Hard)Basel (Indoor/Hard) London Olympics (Outdoor/Grass)Halle (Outdoor/Grass)|
|2011||2||Roland Garros (Outdoor/Clay)Dubai (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2010||4||ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai (Outdoor/Hard)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Canada (Outdoor/Hard)Halle (Outdoor/Grass)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid (Outdoor/Clay)|
|2009||3||Basel (Indoor/Hard)US Open (Outdoor/Hard)Australian Open (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2008||4||Wimbledon (Outdoor/Grass)Roland Garros (Outdoor/Clay)ATP Masters Series Hamburg (Outdoor/Clay)ATP Masters Series Monte Carlo (Outdoor/Clay)|
|2007||4||ATP Masters Series Madrid (Indoor/Hard)ATP Masters Series Canada (Outdoor/Hard)Roland Garros (Outdoor/Clay)ATP Masters Series Monte Carlo (Outdoor/Clay)|
|2006||4||Roland Garros (Outdoor/Clay)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome (Outdoor/Clay)ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo (Outdoor/Clay)Dubai (Outdoor/Hard)|
|2005||1||Tennis Masters Cup (Indoor/Carpet)|
|2003||2||Gstaad (Outdoor/Clay)ATP Masters Series Rome (Outdoor/Clay)|
|2002||2||ATP Masters Series Miami (Outdoor/Hard) Milan (Indoor/Carpet)|
|2001||2||Basel (Indoor/Carpet)Rotterdam (Indoor/Hard)|
|2000||2||Basel (Indoor/Carpet)Marseille (Indoor/Hard)|
|2008||1||Beijing Olympics ( w/ Stan WawrinkaOutdoor/Hard)|
|2005||1||Halle ( w/ Yves AllegroOutdoor/Grass)|
|2003||2||Vienna ( w/ Yves AllegroIndoor/Hard)ATP Masters Series Miami ( w/ Max MirnyiOutdoor/Hard)|
|2002||2||Moscow ( w/ Max MirnyiIndoor/Carpet)Rotterdam ( w/ Max MirnyiIndoor/Hard)|
|2001||2||Gstaad ( w/ Marat SafinOutdoor/Clay)Rotterdam ( w/ Jonas BjorkmanIndoor/Hard)|
|2014||1||Halle ( w/ Marco ChiudinelliOutdoor/Grass)|
|2011||1||ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells ( w/ Stan WawrinkaOutdoor/Hard)|
|2004||1||Bangkok ( w/ Yves AllegroIndoor/Hard)|
|2003||1||Rotterdam ( w/ Max MirnyiIndoor/Hard)|
|2002||1||ATP Masters Series Indian Wells ( w/ Max MirnyiOutdoor/Hard)|
|2000||1||Basel ( w/ Dominik HrbatyIndoor/Carpet)|
|1st Serve Points Won||77%|
|2nd Serve Points Won||57%|
|Break Points Faced||5,667|
|Break Points Saved||67%|
|Service Games Played||16,228|
|Service Games Won||88%|
|Total Service Points Won||69%|
|1st Serve Return Points Won||33%|
|2nd Serve Return Points Won||51%|
|Break Points Opportunities||10,345|
|Break Points Converted||41%|
|Return Games Played||15,852|
|Return Games Won||27%|
|Return Points Won||40%|
|Total Points Won||54%|
|Ranking||Points||YTD W/L||YTD Titles||YTD Prize Money|
|16||2,130||21 - 7||0||$1,527,269|
ATP World Tour Masters 1000
|2016.04.11||ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo||QF||180||2017.04.17|
|2016.05.09||ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome||R16||90||2017.05.15|
ATP World Tour 500
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