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2011 ATP WORLD TOUR MEDIA GUIDE

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NOTE FROM THE ATP EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN
Dear Media and Fans, Welcome to the 2011 ATP World Tour. We expect another captivating year of tennis, as the world’s best players continue to perform at the highest level on the biggest stages on the ATP World Tour. The 2011 season comprises 63 tournaments in 32 countries, as players compete for valuable rankings points at ATP World Tour Masters 1000, 500 and 250 level tournaments, in addition to the four Grand Slams. The tour will culminate once again in November at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at The O2 in London, where the Top 8 singles players and doubles teams will battle it out for the last title of the year. Our season-ending event, which has more than 40 years of history, has firmly established itself as one of the most significant sporting events of the year in the UK, with more than 250,000 fans attending the tournament in each of its first two years there. The 2011 Media Guide contains a wealth of player and tournament information, including updated biographies on more than 130 players from more than 35 countries. Thank you for your continued coverage and support of men's professional tennis. We hope you enjoy the 2011 ATP World Tour season.

Adam S. Helfant ATP Executive Chairman & President
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ATP WORLD TOUR INTRODUCTION ATP Executive Chairman Note...................................................................................................................................................1 2011 Preview ...................................................................................................................................................................................4 ATP Timeline ....................................................................................................................................................................................5 ATP WORLD TOUR ADMINISTRATION Organizational Structure .............................................................................................................................................................7 Executive Chairman/President Bio ..........................................................................................................................................8 Board of Directors, Executive Management & Staff ..........................................................................................................9 On-Site Staff...................................................................................................................................................................................10 Media FAQs....................................................................................................................................................................................11 2011 ATP WORLD TOUR TOURNAMENT INFORMATION 2011 Calendar ........................................................................................................................................................................14-15 2011 ATP World Tour Profile ...................................................................................................................................................16 Grand Slam Tournaments ........................................................................................................................................................19 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals/ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Tournaments.....................................................20 Düsseldorf World Team Cup/ATP World Tour 500 Tournaments .............................................................................22 ATP World Tour 250 Tournaments........................................................................................................................................24 PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES Player Biographies.......................................................................................................................................................................34 Player Birthdays .........................................................................................................................................................................177 RANKINGS, FACTS & FIGURES South African Airways 2010 ATP Rankings (Year-end)................................................................................................180 South African Airways ATP Rankings Top 10 Year-end History...............................................................................181 South African Airways ATP Rankings History of No. 1.................................................................................................182 2010 Year-end ATP Doubles Rankings and Doubles Team Rankings ...................................................................183 ATP Doubles Team Rankings Top 10 History..................................................................................................................184 ATP Doubles Rankings History of No. 1 ............................................................................................................................185 2010 Year-end Prize Money Leaders .................................................................................................................................186 Total Career Prize Money Leaders.......................................................................................................................................187 Top 50 Singles & Doubles Career Title Leaders..............................................................................................................188 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Career Title Leaders .....................................................................................................189 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Finals .................................................................................................................................190 Year-by-Year Title Leaders/By Country Title Leaders/Low-Ranked Winners ......................................................193 Winners Outside 200/Longest Match Winning Streaks..............................................................................................194 2010 FedEx ATP Reliability Index Leaders .......................................................................................................................196 2010 RICOH ATP World Tour MatchFacts/Year-by-Year MatchFacts Leaders ....................................................199 ATP World Tour Facts and Figures......................................................................................................................................202 ATP World Tour Award Winners ..........................................................................................................................................209 One For The Record Books (Isner-Mahut Wimbledon Match)..................................................................................210 GRAND SLAMS HISTORY Australian Open .........................................................................................................................................................................212 Roland Garros .............................................................................................................................................................................215 Wimbledon ..................................................................................................................................................................................218 US Open........................................................................................................................................................................................222 BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY Barclays ATP World Tour Finals History ............................................................................................................................227 DAVIS CUP & OLYMPICS HISTORY Davis Cup Title Leaders & Year-by-Year World Group Final Round .......................................................................230 2011 World Group Draw & 2010 Davis Cup Results.....................................................................................................231 Olympics History & World Team Cup Results .................................................................................................................232 TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2010 Tournament Results ......................................................................................................................................................233 Challenger Title Leaders.........................................................................................................................................................234 FORMER CHAMPIONS Open Era Champions...............................................................................................................................................................237 Retired Singles Title Winners in Open Era........................................................................................................................243 International Tennis Hall of Fame Inductees ..................................................................................................................255 ATP World Tour Points Tables ..............................................................................................................................................256
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2011 PREVIEW

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ver the past seven years, the ATP World Tour No. 1 ranking has been dominated by two players, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. One of the two superstars has occupied the top ranking position every week since February 2004, with Federer finishing No. 1 five years and Nadal twice. The duo has claimed 21 of the past 23 Grand Slam trophies since Roland Garros in 2005 when Nadal earned the first of nine Slam titles. Federer opened last season with his on-going record 16th career Grand Slam crown at the Australian Open. Nadal swept the next three Slam titles to become the seventh player in history to win all four majors in his career en route to finishing No. 1. In the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London, Federer defeated Nadal in three sets to claim his record-tying fifth year-end title. It was the first time in 24 years the top two players met in the season finale championship. Along with their Grand Slam supremacy, Nadal is the all-time leader with 18 career ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles and Federer follows with 17. Federer is No. 4 on the Open Era titles list with 66 career championships and is one week away from tying Pete Sampras’ record for most weeks (286) at No. 1. While Nadal and Federer garnered headlines throughout the season, a historic match also gained worldwide attention at Wimbledon as American John Isner and Frenchman Nicolas Mahut played the longest match ever. Isner completed a three-day, 11 hour, 5-minute marathon victory over Mahut 70-68 in the fifth set, firing 113 aces. Mahut hit 103 aces himself in the 183-game match. The question going into the 2011 season is who will challenge the dynamic duo? Two years ago Andy Murray reached No. 2 briefly and last season Novak Djokovic spent a majority in the second spot before finishing No. 3 for the fourth straight year. Murray ended the year No. 4 for a third consecutive season. Both players were also a finalist in Grand Slam play, Murray Down Under, and Djokovic in Flushing Meadows. The foursome of Nadal, Federer, Djokovic and Murray have finished among the Top 4 for the last three years. It has been 25 years since a similar quartet finished in the Top 4 for three years running. From 1983-85, Hall-of-Famers Ivan Lendl, John McEnroe, Mats Wilander and Jimmy Connors accomplished the feat. Other players to watch for who compiled careerbest seasons last year are No. 5 Robin Soderling, who reached the final at Roland Garros for the second time, and No. 6 Tomas Berdych, who advanced to his first Grand Slam title match at Wimbledon, and

The foursome of (L to R) Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal finished in the Top 4 in the South African Airways ATP Rankings for the third year in a row.

climbed from No. 20 from ’09. Young Argentine Juan Martin del Potro, who finished No. 5 in 2009 highlighted by a US Open title, looks to come back strong after a wrist injury that sidelined him for 10 months last season. Federer and American Andy Roddick are the most familiar Top 10 faces with nine straight finishes in the elite group. Top Frenchman Gael Monfils, who helped France to the Davis Cup final, and young Croat Marin Cilic, are poised to finish in the Top 10 for the first time. In doubles, Americans Bob and Mike Bryan are coming off an undefeated season in finals (11-0), and they finished as the No. 1 team for a record sixth time in the past eight years. The Californian duo has an Open Era record 67 titles together. The Bryans will be challenged by new teams after rivals and last year’s No. 2 squad of Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjic, decided to form new partnerships in the 2011 season. The No. 3 duo of Mahesh Bhupathi and Max Mirnyi are also going a different direction. The ultimate goal is to play in the 63rd tournament of the season at the year-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London where over 500,000 fans have come the last two years to The O2 arena to watch the sport’s top eight singles players and doubles teams battle it out for the last title of the year.

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In a groundbreaking move. The circuit features 76 tournaments in 28 countries on seven continents. 1989: All Top 50 players contractually agree to play the new ATP Tour in 1990.S.ATP WORLD TOUR TIMELINE T he ATP World Tour is in its fifth decade as part of professional tennis. 1983: ATP membership approaches 500. 1986: In an effort to make the calendar more coherent. ILTF and tournament directors. MIPTC passes a Drug Testing Rule. 1. 1995: The ATP Tour launches its first ATP Web site.” 1976: The ATP Doubles computer rankings begin on March 1 with Bob Hewitt at No. 1996: The Mercedes-Benz/ATP partnership begins with a four-year agreement. Under the leadership of newly elected executive director Jack Kramer and president Cliff Drysdale. with prize money averaging a 50% increase at the events. four young Chinese players compete in U. ATP Online. the MIPTC moves the Australian Open a month back to January ('87) and the Masters a month earlier to December ('86).“ Mercedes-Benz provides official transportation at ATP tournaments. the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) came to life with a goal of changing the game for the better. Eighty-five of the Top 100 ranked players sign a letter of support for a new tour within weeks of the news conference. The ATP shows it strength and sends message of player unity after players boycott Wimbledon to defend Niki Pilic's position against a Yugoslavian Federation suspension for missing a Davis Cup match. democratic. international body for the administration of professional tennis. the ATP Tour era begins with an equal partnership between players and tournaments. 1978: The Nations Cup. hold a press conference in the US Open parking lot to announce that they will assume more control of the game. providing a fair analysis of a player’s performance and creating an objective way to determine entries into tournaments. featuring eight competing nations. and Penn becomes the official ball of the ATP. under ATP CEO Hamilton Jordan. 1985: At the request of the ATP. record-breaking levels of prize money and facility enhancements have made the sport entertaining to fans around the globe. 1990: Sponsored by IBM. 1979: Full-time MIPTC supervisors are employed on the men’s tour. Prize money continues to rise. new tournaments. Tournament directors representing many of the world’s leading events voice their support for the players and join them in what was to become a partnership unique in professional sports – players and tournaments each with an equal voice in how the circuit is run. made up of ATP. A new calendar is structured allowing for an eight-week off-season and tournaments are realigned. The ATP Rankings are introduced on August 23 with Ilie Nastase debuting at No. 1. As the “Official Car of the ATP. ATPWORLDTOUR. There have been many highlights throughout the Open Era that the ATP has been part of and here's a look back at the past four decades: Among the highlights: 1973: The ATP establishes the computer ranking system. 1993: The ATP Tour extends its global reach. increasing by 23%. Other actions include placing tournament representatives on the road and standardizing prize money distribution and the conduct and discipline code. making tennis the first profession- al sport to institute a workable and well-designed drug-testing program. 1980: The ATP sets up a player pension fund. and further broadens its reach by enlisting the song “Bring It On” from pop star Seal. which he sings at the ATP Tour Awards Gala and Night of the Stars at the ATP World Championships in Hannover. showcases prominent car displays at tournament sites and positions its MercedesBenz ‘star’ signage on nets. is formed to govern the sport as an “independent. Over the years. The idea is quickly embraced by the membership. adding Arabian Gulf tournaments in Doha and Dubai. becomes the World Team Cup in Düsseldorf – the first ATP Championship. 1974: The Men's International Professional Tennis Council (MIPTC).COM 5 . 1991: The first television package for men’s tennis broadcasts 19 tournaments to a worldwide audience. The organization was formed in 1972 when a handful of the game's leading players met in a secluded stairwell at the US Open to discuss the need for a players' association. 1988: The players. “Tennis at the Crossroads” outlines a plan for players to form a new tour in which they would play a major role and bear greater responsibility for the future of the sport. tournaments for the first time in over 21 years after being sponsored by the ATP. Indianapolis tournament director Mark Miles is named ATP CEO.

2009: Adam Helfant takes over as ATP Executive Chairman in January. enacting initiatives to better serve professional tennis fans.” ATP revenues grow by 15%. The ATP combines with the WTA Tour to create the “One Game” program. The points awarded to the tournament winner corresponded with the category level.ATP WORLD TOUR TIMELINE 1997: The ATP Senior Tour of Champions is sanctioned. 2005: Etienne de Villiers is named ATP Chairman in June. designed to allow players more time for rest and training between seasons. ATPtennis. media and player experience at tournaments. ATP broadcasts extend their reach to more than 200 countries. ATP stars unite behind ATP World No. 2007: The ATP introduces enhancements to fan. 2006: De Villiers expands his role to become ATP Executive Chairman and President. Three new tournament categories were introduced during the season with ATP World Tour Masters 1000. In November. utilizing video review for close line calls. It was an all-time attendance record for an indoor tournament. was approved for the 2012-13 ATP World Tour calendars by the ATP Board at its London meetings. ITF. The organization was rebranded ATP World Tour. It's the first time in the organization's history the top three players have joined the council in the same two-year period. Assisting Children Everywhere. the launch of which included a new logo. debuts in Miami and is successfully implemented at 13 tournaments. 1 Roger Federer to raise funds for tsunami victims. 2010: During the season two major sponsors were announced with the signing of Corona Extra as a premier partner. making them 56-player fields to ensure player health and enhance TV scheduling. and FedEx as a platinum partner. introduces a new logo and rebrands its nine premier tournaments the Tennis Masters Series. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. 2001: A newly launched Web site. Rafael Nadal. the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. 2000: The ATP Tour changes its name to ATP for 2001. The year-end championship. highlights the new tournament structure. sponsors and fans. a record 4 million fans attend ATP tournaments and broadcast hours grow with record numbers watching on television. 2002: Players gain greater visibility with appearances in television shows and popular magazines. 1998: Players form a new STARS program as the ATP Tour helps make players more accessible to media. 2008: The top three players. ATP & Grand Slam Committee) formed an integrity unit.000 fans jammed The 02 arena during the eight-day tournament. the ATP and UNICEF launch a global partnership called ACE.” At the exhibition. ATP Executive Chairman and President Adam Helfant announced that the 2012 calendar was approved to include the extension of the off-season to seven weeks. instigating a more commercial focus and new marketing. donating prize money and organizing the “ATP All-Star Rally for Relief. The player challenge.com. The ATP's FEEL IT player promotion campaign is implemented throughout the season. All worldwide tennis organizations (WTA. Ricoh and Enel were renewed while a new agreement was struck with Barclays to become the sponsor of the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London. as over 250. The ATP signs several major new sponsorship agreements. Stanford Financial Group becomes the Official Partner of ATP Doubles as doubles stars gain greater support and exposure through a promotional “ATP Doubles Revolution” campaign and new match format. licensing and broadcasting opportunities. ATP Properties forms. A renewed marketing effort encourages fans to rediscover the tandem game and find out why ATP “Doubles Rules. sponsor. take a leadership role by becoming ATP Player Council members with Federer as president. reduced draw sizes at five ATP Masters Series events. and Sunday starts to build Opening Weekends at ATP tournaments. including elimination of best-of-5 set finals. 6 . prompting the ATP to launch its own publication: DEUCE magazine. The ATP also increases prize money for the first time since 2000 and creates a new multi-million dollar marketing fund. ATP World Tour 500 and ATP World Tour 250 level events. including the naming of South African Airways as Official Airline. were held in London for the first time. The increased break. Sponsorship deals with South African Airways.

Mark Webster 4 International Group — Allon Khakshouri. Richard Krajicek.ATP ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Player Representatives Giorgio di Palermo David Egdes Justin Gimelstob Adam Helfant Tournament Representatives Gavin Forbes Charles Smith Mark Webster Executive Chairman PLAYER COUNCIL 1-50 Singles: 1-50 Singles: 1-50 Singles: 1-50 Singles: 51-100 Singles: 51-100 Singles: 1-100 Doubles: 1-100 Doubles: At-Large: At-Large: Alumni: Roger Federer Fernando Gonzalez Rafael Nadal Sam Querrey Peter Luczak Jarkko Nieminen Eric Butorac Nenad Zimonjic Yves Allegro Ashley Fisher Ignacio Hirigoyen TOURNAMENT COUNCIL 5 Europe — Goran Djokovic. Mark Stenning STAFF • London • Monte-Carlo • Ponte Vedra Beach • Sydney Carries out the day-to-day operation and administration of the ATP PLAYER MEMBERS • Division I • Division II TOURNAMENT MEMBERS • Full Members • Conditional Members ATPWORLDTOUR. Kent Russell. Graham Pearce. Gavin Forbes. TBD 4 Americas — Michael Downey.COM 7 . Salah Tahlak. Herwig Straka. Sergio Palmieri.

Isabelle. Gottlieb. Adam Helfant begins his third year as ATP Executive Chairman and President. Prior to his time at Nike.” Helfant. a role in which he was responsible for Nike's relationships and contracts with athletes. universities and sports governing bodies throughout the world. and we’re fortunate to have not just great champions. More recently. Aidan. 8 . teams. “Our players are terrific ambassadors. rising to the position of Vice President. Helfant has led the Tour through a successful period in which the game has not only thrived on the court. Global Sports Marketing. son. Helfant. with a 7-week off-season due to be implemented from 2012. clubs. 1 trophy at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London. In his first two years at the helm of the ATP. and daughter.ATP EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN ADAM HELFANT ATP Executive Chairman & President Adam Helfant presents Rafael Nadal with the ATP World Tour No. and his wife. an MIT and Harvard law graduate. is one of the world's leading sports executives. Prior to his time at the ATP. Sheila. Helfant has been instrumental in orchestrating changes to the ATP World Tour calendar. It’s a fantastic time to be involved in the sport of tennis. have two children. thanks in large part to our dynamic global stars and the on-court entertainment they are delivering for fans week in and week out on some of the biggest stages in sports. with a number of important commercial deals being brought on board. Helfant served as an attorney for the National Hockey League and before that spent four years in private law practice at the international law firm Cleary. he spent 12 years with Nike. 46. but also off the court. “Men’s tennis is enjoying one of the most exciting and successful periods in its history. Having assumed his role in January 2009. but great people involved in the game.” said Helfant.

International Group Chief Operating Officer / Chief Financial Officer EVP. PR & Marketing VP Marketing VP Tournament Relations. Americas VP Finance & Accounting VP International Group VP ATP. Representative Americas Charles Smith Tourn. Marketing and Communications Chief Player Officer CEO. Representative Europe MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Adam Helfant Gayle David Bradshaw Laurent Delanney Brad Drewett Philip Galloway Kate Gordon Andre Silva Mark Young Executive Chairman & President Executive VP & Administrator of Regulations CEO Europe/ SVP. Americas / General Counsel EXECUTIVE STAFF Nicola Arzani George Ciz Linda Clark Kerry Cleek Alison Lee David Massey John Phillips Jeff Reel Murray Swartzberg SVP. ATP Properties CEO.ATP EXECUTIVE STAFF ATP BOARD OF DIRECTORS Giorgio di Palermo Player Representative Europe David Egdes Player Representative International Justin Gimelstob Player Representative Americas Gavin Forbes Tourn. Europe SVP Digital Marketing VP & Assistant General Counsel SVP Information Technology 9 . Representative International Mark Webster Tourn.

Holland 10 . Hong Kong Thomas Karlberg Karlstad. Morocco Lars Graff Bastad. CA. Sweden Roland Herfel Rennau. USA Ed Hardisty Causeway Bay. USA Damian Steiner Buenos Aires. USA Luke Fuller Melbourne. UT. Brazil Carlos Sanches Lisbon.ATP ON-SITE STAFF SUPERVISORS Tom Barnes Senior Manager Officiating Operations San Mateo. Germany Mohamed Lahyani Uppsala. Germany Paul Ness Melbourne. England Todd Ellenbecker Medical Services Director Scottsdale. CA. USA Mark Darby Latham. AZ. England Carlos Bernardes Sao Paulo. Australia Hugo Gravil Metz. France Fergus Murphy Dublin. Sweden Cedric Mourier Roanne. France Wayne Howell Indianapolis. USA Christiaan Swier Utrecht. Ireland Ali Nili Phoenix. Sweden Paulo Pereira Sao Paulo. Portugal CHAIR UMPIRES Gerry Armstrong East Sussex. Australia Alejandro Resnicoff Buenos Aires. Argentina Steve Ullrich Fremont. AZ. USA Timo Kalbantner Stuttgart. USA PHYSIOTHERAPISTS Graham Anderson London. NY. Argentina Clay Sniteman Salt Lake City. IN. Brazil Mohamed El Jennati Casablanca.

Please contact the tournament press officer listed in the tournament directory (pages 19-31).com Simon Higson Director PR & Marketing shigson@atpworldtour.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 send a request to Philippe Dore (pdore@atpworldtour. For features as well as photo shoots and TV show appearances. PR & Marketing narzani@atpworldtour.com).com Greg Sharko Director of Media Information gsharko@atpworldtour. Q: How do I get photos of tennis players and tournaments? A: Please contact any independent photographer or agency.com. miscellaneous statistics. Q: How do I receive ATP media information such as tournament updates.com). Q: Who should I contact as spokesperson for the ATP? A: Please contact Kate Gordon. please visit ATPWorldTour. Please remember some tournaments have very early media credential deadlines so apply early. Interviews can be either post-match press conferences or features. PR & MARKETING Nicola Arzani SVP.com Estefania Acosta-Rubio Fabienne Benoit Martin Dagahs Stephen Duckitt Nanette Duxin Senior Manager PR & Marketing nduxin@atpworldtour. For all media information including live scoring. ATP Tennis Weekly? A: If you wish to receive all ATP media information by email.com Austin Nunn Manager PR & Marketing anunn@atpworldtour.com PR & Marketing eacosta-rubio@atpworldtour. Executive Vice President of Marketing & Communications (kgordon@atpworldtour.com ATPWORLDTOUR. updated player bios and results.com Director Senior Manager PR & Marketing PR & Marketing mdagahs@atpworldtour.com Manager PR & Marketing Manager fbenoit@atpworldtour.COM 11 .com sduckitt@atpworldtour.watts@tennisproperties.com). press releases. 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. please contact a member of ATP PR & Marketing (below) before the tournament starts. Q: How do I get footage of tennis matches for broadcast purposes? A: Please contact Stuart Watts at ATP Media (stuart.

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000 €398.000 €750.500 €2.250 €398.000 €416.250 $1.000 $547.000 $442.900 €512.100.706.650 €450.110.150 €450.ATP WORLD TOUR Week Starting Jan 3 City Brisbane Chennai Doha7 Jan 10 Jan 17 Jan 31 Auckland7 Sydney7 Melbourne Johannesburg Santiago Zagreb Feb 7 Costa Do Sauipe7 Rotterdam San Jose Feb 14 Buenos Aires Marseille Memphis Feb 21 Acapulco7 Delray Beach Dubai7 Feb 28 Mar 7 Mar 21 Apr 4 Apr 11 Apr 18 Apr 25 Indian Wells5 Miami4 Casablanca Houston Monte-Carlo1 Barcelona Belgrade Estoril Munich1 May 2 May 9 May 16 May 23 Jun 6 Jun 13 Jun 20 Madrid1 Rome1 Düsseldorf1.000 $4.7 Paris1 Halle London Eastbourne1.000 $1.750.000 €364.000 $4.750 €608.000 €398.000 €694.233.995.000 $500.7 s-Hertogenbosch1.000 €1.000 $600.050 $450.000 $1.543.250 €415.000 €2.900 €576.000 $527.000 $3.500.150.000 €2.500 €750.000 €3.S.000 $1.500 €1.350.000 €450.050 $500.000 Delray Beach International Tennis Championships Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Davis Cup First Round* BNP Paribas Open Sony Ericsson Open Grand Prix Hassan II U.645.250 $422.500 $2.500 $1.250 €398.750 $1.227.750 €1.250 $470.000 €450.024.250 €663.226.250 €2.300 $398.550.000 $474.100.000 $450.619.250 $474.835.200 €1.500 $3.7 Wimbledon 1 Tournament Brisbane International Aircel Chennai Open Qatar ExxonMobil Open Heineken Open Medibank International Sydney Australian Open SA Tennis Open Movistar Open PBZ Zagreb Indoors Brasil Open 2011 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament SAP Open Copa Telmex Open 13 Regions Morgan Keegan Championships Abierto Mexicano Telcel Surface H H H H H H H CL IH CL IH IH CL IH IH CL H H H H CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL G G G G G Draw 32 32 32 28 28 128 32 32 28 28 32 32 32 28 32 32 32 32 96 96 28 28 56 56 28 28 32 56 56 8 teams 28 128 32 56 32 32 128 Prize Money USD/Euros Total Financial Commitment $422.000 €363.900 €398.000 $478.400 €398.250 $450.300 $442.500.000 $531.500 $442.000 €2.645.7 Nice1.000 €450.227.500 $1.226.500 $398.000 $398. Men’s Clay Court Championship Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters Barcelona Open BancSabadell Serbia Open Estoril Open BMW Open Mutua Madrileña Madrid Open Internazionali BNL d'Italia Düsseldorf World Team Cup Open de Nice Côte d’Azur Roland Garros Gerry Weber Open AEGON Championships AEGON International UNICEF Open Wimbledon 14 .445.250 $442.000 €450.700 €1.

250 $531.000 €1.000 €766.500 €398.000 Prize Money USD/Euros Total Financial Commitment Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships Davis Cup Quarterfinals* SkiStar Swedish Open MercedesCup Atlanta Tennis Championships German Open Tennis Championships Allianz Suisse Open Gstaad Farmers Classic Studena Croatia Open Legg Mason Tennis Classic Coupe Rogers Western & Southern Open TBD US Open Davis Cup Semifinals* BCR Open Romania Open de Moselle PTT Thailand Open Malaysian Open.019.357.000.000 €650.100.336.000 $1.000 €398.650.000 €2.000 $2.000.000 $600.125 $500.000 $625. onsite prize money and bonus pool contributions.250 $587.000 €2.000 €450.500 €600.000 €450.500 $1.000 €1.165.227.000 $850.250 $1.341.000 $5.250 €1.250 €398.000 €531.100 €2.750 €575.402.250 $619.000 €450.250 $2.000 $700.000 €450. Olympics and Davis Cup are not ATP events Total Financial Commitment is the tournament’s investment in the event including ATP sanction and marketing fees.838.000 €450.500 $3.500 €398.100 €1.000 $1.000 $553.000 $5.070.000.750 $3.950 €450.000 International Austrian Open Tennis Championships CL IH8 players/teams *Grand Slams.000 $663. Kuala Lumpur China Open Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships Shanghai Rolex Masters Kremlin Cup If Stockholm Open Open Sud de France St.430.750 $750.000 $644.214.200.000 $3.000 $2.000 $1.000 €422.500 €398.7 New York Tournament Surface G CL CL H CL CL H CL H H H H H CL IH IH IH H H H IH IH IH IH IH IH IH IH Draw 32 28 28 28 48 28 28 28 48 28 56 56 48 128 28 28 28 28 32 32 56 28 28 28 32 28 32 32 48 €371.200 €398.115.240.070.750.592.000 $1.308.080. Petersburg Open Bank Austria TennisTrophy Swiss Indoors Basel Valencia Open 500 BNP Paribas Masters Barclays ATP World Tour Finals Davis Cup Final* $442. Petersburg Vienna Oct 31 Nov 7 Nov 20 Nov 28 Basel Valencia1 Paris1 London1 Washington1 Kitzbühel Montreal Cincinnati1 Winston-Salem1.500 $947.500 $5.000 €1.000 €692.COM H = Hard court 15 .2011 SEASON Week Starting Jul 4 Jul 11 Jul 18 Jul 25 City Newport Båstad Stuttgart Atlanta Hamburg Gstaad Los Angeles Umag Aug 1 Aug 8 Aug 15 Aug 21 Aug 29 Sep 12 Sep 19 Sep 26 Oct 3 Oct 10 Oct 17 Oct 24 Bucharest Metz Bangkok Kuala Lumpur Beijing Tokyo Shanghai1 Moscow Stockholm Montpellier St. 1 Sunday start Grand Slams 4 Wednesday start 5 Thursday start 7 Saturday final ATP World Tour 500 ATP World Tour 250 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals G = Grass court CL = Clay court ATP World Tour Masters 1000 IH = Indoor Hard ATPWORLDTOUR.000 $3.

ATP WORLD TOUR PROFILE* 63 Tournaments in 32 countries on six continents Circuit by classification: Barclays ATP World Tour Finals Nine ATP World Tour Masters 1000 11 ATP World Tour 500 41 ATP World Tour 250 Düsseldorf World Team Cup Total financial commitment: $92.646.106** (**Euro-US Dollar exchange rate of 1.044 By Surface: By Environment: • 36 Hard • 22 Clay • 5 Grass By Country: • 46 Outdoor • 17 Indoor • 12 United States • 5 France • 5 Germany • 3 Great Britain • 3 Spain • 2 Australia • 2 Austria • 2 China • 2 Croatia • 2 Netherlands • 2 Russia 16 • 2 Sweden • 2 Switzerland • 1 Argentina • 1 Brazil • 1 Canada • 1 Chile • 1 India • 1 Italy • 1 Japan • 1 Malaysia • 1 Mexico • 1 Monaco • 1 Morocco • 1 New Zealand • 1 Portugal • 1 Qatar • 1 Romania 1 Serbia • 1 South Africa • 1 Thailand • 1 United Arab Emirates * Does not include Grand Slams.25) Prize money: $78.676. Davis Cup or Olympics .

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Richmond VIC Australia 3121 Tel: +613-9914-4400 E-mail: ausopen@tennis.fr Tournament First Held: 1891 E-mail: sgorline@fft. ENGLAND Date: June 20-July 3.Tyler@aeltc.rolandgarros. NEW YORK. NY 10604 USA Tel: +1-914-696-7000 E-mail: widmaier@usta.AUSTRALIAN OPEN MELBOURNE. 2.com Media Contact: Darren Pearce Tel: +613-9914-4230 E-mail: dpearce@tennis.wimbledon. Tel: +44-20-8944-1066 E-mail: richard. USA Date: August 29-September 11.usopen.700 Address: 70 West Red Oak Lane. AUSTRALIA Date: January 17-30.fft.com Ticket Hotline: +1-866-OPEN-TIX Tournament First Held: 1881 Jim Curley Tournament Director 19 .K. White Plains. 2011 Site: Melbourne Park Surface: Hard Draw: 128 Stadium Court Seating: 14.com Ticket Hotline: +44-20-8971-2473 Tournament First Held: 1877 Ian Ritchie Tournament Director US OPEN FLUSHING MEADOWS.com.com Web: www.com Web: www.com Media Contacts: Media Info & Press Accreditations – Christophe Proust Gilbert Ysern Tournament Director E-mail: cproust@fft.fr Tel: +33/1-4743-4806 Media Logistics & TV Accreditations – Sandra Gorline Tickets Online: www. FRANCE Date: May 22-June 5. Stade Roland-Garros.com. 2011 Site: All England Club Surface: Grass Draw: 128 Stadium Court Seating: 15.911 Address: Fédération Française de Tennis. 2011 Site: Stade Roland-Garros Surface: Clay Draw: 128 Center Court Seating: 14. London SW19 5AE U. 2011 Site: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 128 Stadium Court Seating: 23.au Ticket Hotline: +61-2-8736-2711 Tournament First Held: 1905 Craig Tiley Tournament Director ROLAND GARROS PARIS.au Web: www.553 Address: Private Bag 6060. avenue Gordon-Bennett 75016 Paris France Tel: +33/1-4743-4800 Web: www.org Media Contact: Chris Widmaier Tel: +1-914-696-7284 E-mail: widmaier@usta.fr Tel: +33/1-4743-4025 Ticket Hotline: +33/8 2665 0000 WIMBLEDON WIMBLEDON.grier@aeltc.000 Address: Church Road.org Media Contact: Denise Tyler Tel: +44-20-8971-2310 E-mail: Denise. Wimbledon.australianopen.

MONACO Zeljko Franulovic Tournament Director Date: April 10-17.hall@imgworld. Palliser Road. FLORIDA..com Media Contact: Nicola Arzani E-mail: narzani@atpworldtour.com Prize Money: $3. USA Date: March 10-20. Spain Tel: +34-914-64-9719 E-mail: jmgarcia@madrid-open.barclaysatpworldtourfinals. 48 Boulevard d'Italie.500.K.com Tel: +1-773-525-5360 Web: www. Tel: 44-207/3817890 Web: www.com Media Contact: Borja Medel E-mail: bmedele@madrid-open. U.100 Address: 78-200 Miles Avenue.T. 2011 Site: The O2 arena Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 8 Stadium Court Seating: 17. Monaco Tel: +377-97-98-70-00 E-mail: prialland@smett.070. 98000 Monaco.113 Address: S. Palliser House. 2011 Site: : Indian Wells Tennis Garden Surface: Hard Draw: 96 Stadium Court Seating: 16.com Prize Money: €2.645.net Media Contact: Matt Van Tuinen E-mail: matt@mvtpr.mc Tel: +377-97-98-70-00 Web: www.835.706.. CALIFORNIA. Indian Wells.000 Total Financial Commitment: €3.800 Address: 150 Alhambra Blvd. 2011 Site: Monte-Carlo Country Club Surface: Clay Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 10.M.227.henderson@imgworld.000 Ticket Hotline: +1-305-442-3367 Tournament First Held: 1985 Adam Barrett Tournament Director MONTE-CARLO ROLEX MASTERS • MONTE-CARLO.T.com Tel: +34-914643338 Web: www.645.500 Address: ATP London.000 Ticket Hotline: +1-800-999-1585 Tournament First Held: 1976 * ATP World Tour/WTA Combined Event Steve Simon Tournament Director SONY ERICSSON OPEN • MIAMI.com Prize Money: €2. SPAIN Date: May 1-8.com Managing Director: Chris Kermode E-mail: ckermode@atpworldtour.000 Ticket Hotline: +34 902 1 TENIS (83647) Tournament First Held: 2002 Manolo Santana Tournament Director 20 . Suite 825.E.bnpparibasopen.com Media Contact: Sam Henderson E-mail: sam. Madrid 28041.750 Ticket Hotline: +377-97-98-70-00 Tournament First Held: 1897 * ATP World Tour/WTA Combined Event MUTUA MADRILEÑA MADRID OPEN • MADRID. CA 92210 USA Tel: +1-760-200-8400 E-mail: ssimon@iwtg.000 Ticket Hotline: 44-161/3853211 Tournament First Held: 1970 * ATP World Tour/WTA Combined Event Brad Drewett Tournament Director BNP PARIBAS OPEN • INDIAN WELLS. Coral Gables.000 Total Financial Commitment: $4. “Résidence Puccini”.000 Total Financial Commitment: $4.com Prize Money: $3. USA Date: March 23-April 3.500 Total Financial Commitment: €2.500. 2011 Site: Tennis Center at Crandon Park Surface: Hard Draw: 96 Stadium Court Seating: 13.madrid-open. London W14 9EB.com Tel: 44-207/3817890 Prize Money: $5. ENGLAND Date: November 20-27. 2011 Site: Caja Mágica Surface: Clay Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 12.mc Media Contact: Philippe Rialland E-mail: prialland@smett.500 Address: C/Camino de Perales s/n. FL 33134 Tel: +1-305-446-2200 E-mail: kim.sonyericssonopen.543.monte-carlorolexmasters.com Tel: +1-305-446-2200 Web: www.BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS • LONDON.

650.227. Italy Tel: +39-06-36854201/0 E-mail: internazionali@federtennis.com Tel: +1-514-262-0803 Web: www. 15th Floor.000 Address: Shanghai JUSS. Canada. Shanghai 200020 P.com Media Contact: Patrick Yang E-mail: patyang@jussevent. The 2011 event will be held in Montreal.it Prize Money: €2.28 Zhong Shan Road South.500 Address: Federazione Italiana Tennis. Jiu Shi Tower.it Tel: +39-06-36857643 Web: www. Montreal..R.000. 2011 Site: Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 48 Stadium Court Seating: 13.com Tel: +1-513-651-4323 Web: www.000 21 Ticket Hotline: +33 (0)826 650 000 Tournament First Held: 1986 Jean-François Caujolle Tournament Director .433 Address: 250 E. 2011 Site: Lindner Family Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 11.cincytennis. No.bnpparibasmasters. 2011 Site: Uniprix Stadium Surface: Hard Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 11.it Media Contact: Giancarlo Baccini E-mail: comunicazione@federtennis.com Media Contact: Louis-Philippe Dorais E-mail: lpdorais@tenniscanada.500 Total Financial Commitment: €2. OH 45202 USA Tel: +1-513-651-0303 E-mail: info@cincytennis. Stadio Olimpico. Fifth St.750.000 Total Financial Commitment: $5. Stade Roland Garros. China Tel: +86 21 6333 9436 E-mail: mluevano@netvigator. ITALY Date: May 8-15. Eugène Lapierre Tournament Director Date: August 8-14.fr Web: www. 2011 Site: Foro Italico Surface: Clay Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 10. Curva Nord.com Tel: +86 21 6330 7592 Web: www. H2R 2W1 Tel: +1-514-273-1515 E-mail: info@tenniscanada.000 Ticket Hotline: +1-866-338-2685 ext 11 Tournament First Held: 1881 * ATP World Tour/WTA Combined Event WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN • CINCINNATI.000 Total Financial Commitment: $3.000 Ticket Hotline: +39-06-36854211 Tournament First Held: 1930 Sergio Palmieri Tournament Director COUPE ROGERS • MONTREAL.com Prize Money: $3. 00194 Rome.000 Total Financial Commitment: $3.240.fr Tel: +33/1-4743-4806 Media Logistics & TV Accreditations –Sandra Gorline E-mail: sgorline@fft.000 Ticket Hotline: +86 21 962 388 Tournament First Held: 2009 Michael Luevano Tournament Director BNP PARIBAS MASTERS • PARIS. USA Date: August 14-21. 2 ave Gordon Bennett 75016 Paris. FRANCE Date: November 6-13. 2011 Site: Qizhong Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 15.500 Total Financial Commitment: €2. QC. Cincinnati.227.000 Address: Fédération Française de Tennis.com Prize Money: $2. OHIO. CANADA* *Note: Tournament alternates between Toronto and Montréal.internazionalibnlditalia.750. 1 piano.com Media Contacts: Media Info & Press Accreditations –Christophe Proust E-mail: cproust@fft. Suite 1310. France Tel: +33/1-4743-4800 E-mail: jfcaujolle@fft.fr Tel: +33/1-4743-4025 Prize Money: €2.000 Ticket Hotline: +1-513-651-0303 Tournament First Held: 1899 Paul Flory Tournament Chairman SHANGHAI ROLEX MASTERS • SHANGHAI.com Media Contact: Will Sikes E-mail: wsikes@cincytennis.592.500 Address: 285 Faillon Street West. CHINA Date: October 9-16.com Prize Money: $2.couperogers. scala G.430.* ATP World Tour/WTA Combined Event INTERNAZIONALI BNL D’ITALIA • ROME.200.jussevent.

550. 2011 Site: Real Club de Tenis Barcelona 1899 Surface: Clay Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 8. Beijing P. 05120 México D. Dubai UAE Tel: +9714-601-9500 E-mail: salah. 2011 Site: Rochusclub Surface: Clay Draw: 8 Teams Stadium Court Seating: 8.350. 8 North Star West Road. Allschwil.ae / bharat.995.ElSibai@ddf.godkhindi@eim. 40629.com.chen@chinaopen.000 Address: Room 912.000 Tournament First Held: 1978 Ticket Hotline: +49-211-95-96-444 Dietloff von Arnim Tournament Director ATP WORLD TOUR 500 Acapulco — Abierto Mexicano Telcel presentado por HSBC (Combined Event) Date: Feb.de Prize Money: €750.tahlak@ddf. 2011 Site: St.R.000 Address: Bettenstrasse 73. 3-9.de Media Contact: Bastian Grieger E-mail: bg@werbeagenturvonarnim.100 Total Financial Commitment: €1.ch Media Contact: Mägi Blaser E-mail: mblaser@blasermoles.com Prize Money: $1.world-team-cup.000 Total Financial Commitment: $3. 100101 Tel: (8610)84372208 E-mail: 818zjh@chinaopen.chinaopen.com.DÜSSELDORF WORLD TEAM CUP Düsseldorf — World Team Cup Date: May 15-21.com Tel: +52-55-5261 6280 Web: www. Jakobshalle Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 9.100.cn / charleshsiung@netvigator.abiertomexicanodetenis.com Prize Money: $1.ch Prize Money: €1. North Star Century Center.com Media Contact: Rosa Pantoja E-mail: rpantoja@mextenis. 2011 Site: National Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 12.100 Tournament First Held: 1970 Ticket Hotline: +41-(0)900-55-22-25 Beijing — China Open (Combined Event) Date: Oct.F.ch Tel: +41-79-472-6862 Web: www.000 Address: Paseo de los Tamarindos #400 .000 Address: Dubai Duty Free.336. Bosques de las Lomas.ae Media Contact: Sinead El Sibai E-mail: Sinead. 2011 Site: Dubai Tennis Stadium Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 5.233. Rolander Weg 15..5325-9000 Barcelona — Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell Date: April 18-24.davidoffswissindoors.de Tel: +49-211-95-96-0 Web: www.31.com Prize Money: €1.cn Tel: +86 10 84372208 Web: www. 21-27.com.com Media Contact: Jennifer Chen E-mail: jennifer.C.500 Tournament First Held: 1993 Ticket Hotline: +52-55 . 08034.619. Barcelona.500 Tournament First Held: 2004 Ticket Hotline: TBA Dubai — Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Date: Feb. México Tel: +52-55-5261-6280 E-mail: rzurutuza@mextenis.cn Prize Money: $2. 31-Nov. Chaoyang District. Building A. Col.es Tel: +34-93-203-7852 Web: www.226.000 Total Financial Commitment: €1. PO Box 831.500 Total Financial Commitment: $2. Germany Tel: +49-211-95-96-433 E-mail: dva@werbeagenturvonarnim.000 Address: Bosch i Gimpera 5-13. 4123 Switzerland Tel: +41-61-485-9595 E-mail: info@davidoffswissindoors.es Media Contact: Pedro Hernández E-mail: phernandez@mpib.000 Total Financial Commitment: $1.000 Tournament First Held: 1953 Ticket Hotline: TBA Basel — Swiss Indoors Basel Date: Oct. 2011 Site: The Fairmont Acapulco Princess Surface: Clay Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 7.308.000 Total Financial Commitment: €1. Spain Tel: +34-93-203-7852 E-mail: info@rctb1899.ae Tel: +9714-601-9220 Web: www. 6. 21-26.100. Düsseldorf.A .200 Address: Rochusclub Turnier-GmbH.838.000 Tournament First Held: 1993 Ticket Hotline: +9714-601-9221 Raul Zurutuza Tournament Director Albert Costa Tournament Director Roger Brennwald Tournament Director Mr Zhang Junhui (Alfred) Tournament Director Salah Hussain Bin Tahlak Tournament Director 22 . No.dubaidutyfreetennischampionships.barcelonaopenbancosabadell.

357.nl Prize Money: €1.com Prize Money: $1.700 Address: Hallerstrasse 89. NW. DC 20015 USA Tel: +1-202-721-7200 E-mail: jnewman@lagardere-unlimited.000 Total Financial Commitment: €1.500 Total Financial Commitment: $1.vanvliet@ahoy.com Tel: +34 93 818 29 00 Web: www.co.G. 1-1-1 Jinnnan. Japan Tel: +81-3-3481-2511 E-mail: rakutenopen@jta-tennis.150.115.com Prize Money: $1.000 Address: Kishi Memorial Hall 4F. 2011 Site: William H.com Media Contact: Francesc Cruces E-mail: francesc. 150-8050.000 Address: Ahoy-weg 10.L.jp Media Contact: Nobu Hatta E-mail: hatta@Tennisfactory.de Tel: +49-40-41178-252 Web: www. Washington.german-open-hamburg.500 Total Financial Commitment: $1.000 Tournament First Held: 1974 Ticket Hotline: +31-10-2933811 Tokyo — Rakuten Japan Open Date: Oct.000 Address: 5111 Sanderlin Avenue.memphistennis. D.000 Tournament First Held: 1897 Ticket Hotline: +49-40-23880-44-44 Memphis — Regions Morgan Keegan Championships (Combined Event) Date: Feb. Fitzgerald Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 48 Stadium Court Seating: 7.hicks@racquetclubofmemphis.445.jp Prize Money: $1.valenciaopen500.abnamrowtt.de Media Contact: Oliver Quante E-mail: quante@dtb-tennis.000 Total Financial Commitment: €2.nl Media Contact: Anne van Asseldonk E-mail: a.500 Address: Ocatgon Esedos S.226.000 Tournament First Held: 1972 Ticket Hotline: +81-3-3481-2511 Valencia — Valencia Open 500 Date: Oct.500 Address: Lagardere Unlimited.100.jp Tel: +81-3-3481-2511 Web: jta-tennis. 2011 Site: The Racquet Club of Memphis Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 5. Memphis.or.or.000 Tournament First Held: 2003 Ticket Hotline: www. 14-20. — Legg Mason Tennis Classic Date: July 31-Aug.com Tel: +1-901-765-4484 Web: www. (Barcelona) Spain Tel: +34 93 818 2900 E-mail: david. 30-Nov. Ste 850. 2011 Site: Rothenbaum Tennis Arena Surface: Clay Draw: 48 Stadium Court Seating: 12.341. 2011 Site: Ariake Colosseum and Ariake Tennis Forest Park Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 10.com Media Contact: Kerry Lynn Bohen E-mail: kbohen@bwfcom.cruces@valenciaopen500.vanasseldonk@ahoy. 6.019.000. 2011 Site: Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencas Valencia Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 6. 7.serrahima@valenciaopen500.leggmasontennisclassic.214. Calle Francesc Moragas 1 08770 Sant Sadurni D’anoia. TN 38117-4398 USA Tel: +1-901-765-4400 E-mail: peter.lebedevs@racquetclubofmemphis.402.000 Total Financial Commitment: €1.000 Total Financial Commitment: $1.C. 5335 Wisconsin Ave.500 Tournament First Held: 1976 Ticket Hotline: +1-901-765-4401 Rotterdam — ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament Date: Feb.000 Tournament First Held: 1969 Ticket Hotline: +1-202-721-9500 ATPWORLDTOUR. 3084 BA Rotterdam.com Tel: +1-202-468-8300 Web: www. The Netherlands Tel: +31-10-293-3266 E-mail: j. 7-13.com Media Contact: Carolyn Hicks E-mail: carolyn. 20149 Hamburg Germany Tel: +49-40-23880-44-0 E-mail: info@german-open-hamburg.com Prize Money: €1. 2011 Site: Ahoy Rotterdam Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 10. Shibuya-ku.valenciaopen500.nl Tel: +31-10-293-3216 Web: www.165.COM Peter Lebedevs Tournament Director Richard Krajicek Tournament Director Nao Kawatei Tournament Director Antonio Martinez Cascales Tournament Director Jeff Newman Tournament Director 23 . Tokyo.Michael Stich Tournament Director Hamburg — German Open Tennis Championships Date: July 18-24. 3-9.com Washington.de Prize Money: €1.

25-28th Flor.500 Address: PO Box 2905.com.au Tel: +613 9914 4138 Web: www.wallen@swedishopen.serbiaopen. Klongtoey.nz Tel: + 64 21 365224 Web: www.rs Prize Money: €364.au Media Contact: Brooke Boger E-mail: bboger@tennis.com Media Contact: Ron Cioffi E-mail: cioffi@sta. Graceville.800 Address: Pr Event. New Zealand Tel: +64 21 675 006 E-mail: richard@tennisauckland. Belgrade Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 7. PO Box 2366.com Tel: (66) 2 262 2206 or (66) 2 262 3835 Web: www.050 Tournament First Held: 1956* Ticket Hotline: 1300 888 104 / +61 2 8736 2711 *Held in Adelaide 1956-2008 Bill Oakes Tournament Director Richard Palmer Tournament Director Allon Khakshouri Tournament Director Thomas Wallén Tournament Director Goran Djokovic Tournament Director Stephen Ayles Tournament Director 24 . 11 000 Belgrade.org Media Contact: Rebecka Hjorth E-mail: presschef@swedishopen.000 Total Financial Commitment: $600. 26-Oct 2. GA 30092 Tel: +1-770-368-8200 E-mail: oakes@usta. Tennyson.000 Tournament First Held: 1956 Ticket Hotline: 0800 Ticktek Bangkok — PTT Thailand Open Date: Sept. Thailand Tel: 66-2-262 3835 E-mail: allonk@yahoo. Bangkok 10110.au Prize Money: $422.000 Total Financial Commitment: $644.rs Media Contact: Family Sport (marketing dept. Klongton.com Tel: +1-770-368-8200 Web: www.com Media Contact: Ms. Kungsportsavenyn 21.250 Total Financial Commitment: $450.000 Address: Bec tero Entertanment Public Co Ltd.nz Media Contact: Dave Worsley E-mail: kiwidworsley@xtra. 2011 Site: ASB Tennis Centre Surface: Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 3.900 Total Financial Commitment: €416.500 Tournament First Held: 2003 Ticket Hotline: (66) 2 262 3456 Båstad — SkiStar Swedish Open Date: July 11-17.usta.org Prize Money: $587. QLD 4105. 2011 Site: Queensland Tennis Centre Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 5.heinekenopen.com Prize Money: $531. 2-9. Atita Ducci E-mail: atita@bectero.co.org Prize Money: €398. QLD.com. 411 36 Göteborg Sweden Tel: +46-31-940-250 E-mail: thomas. 2011 Site: MGM. 2011 Site: Impact Arena Surface: Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 10.atlantatennischampionships.000 Tournament First Held: 2010 Ticket Hotline: +1-678-527-2138 Auckland — Heineken Open Date: Jan.000 Address: 5685 Spalding Drive.650 Tournament First Held: 2009 Ticket Hotline: +381 11 3148 648. Rama IV Road. 3199 Maleenont Tower.swedishopen. 10-15.250 Total Financial Commitment: €450. 2011 Site: Båstad Tennis Stadium Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 4. Australia 4151 Tel: +617 3120 7930 E-mail: brisbaneinternational@tennis.pttthailandopen.500 Address: 190 King Arthur Terrace. Norcross.co. Auckland 1015.com.co.org Tel: +46-734-33-68-06 Web: www.000 Address: Tadeusa Koscuska 63 a.brisbaneinternational. Serbia Tel: +381 11 3148 648 E-mail: office@serbiaopen. 2011 Site: Racquet Club of the South Surface: Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 5.rs E-mail: office@serbiaopen.ATP WORLD TOUR 250 Atlanta — Atlanta Tennis Championships Date: July 18-24.300 Total Financial Commitment: $474.000 Tournament First Held:1947 Ticket Hotline: +46-431-750-75 Belgrade — Serbia Open 2011 Date: April 25-May 1. +381 11 307 77 86 Brisbane — Brisbane International (Combined Event) Date: Jan.nz Prize Money: $398.) Tel: +381 11 3148 648 Web: www.

Jardim Europa.bcropenromania. 2011 Site: Costa do Sauipe . 150 Alhambra Circle. Coral Gables.COM 25 . Nungambakkam.950 Tournament First Held: 1996 Ticket Hotline: +40 730 TENNIS (+40 723 836 647) Martin Jaite Tournament Director Buenos Aires — Copa Claro Date: Feb.com. sector 1.ro Tel: +40-21-232-37-27 Web: www. Chennai. 01456-010 São Paulo.tavares@kochtavares. 19-25.900 Tournament First Held: 2001 Ticket Hotline: +54-115-533-5533 Outaleb Khalid Tournament Director Casablanca — Grand Prix Hassan II Date: April 4-10. 3-9.karthikeyan@imgworld.200 Total Financial Commitment: €422.com Media Contact: Eduardo Puppo E-mail: puppoe@fibertel.000 Address: IMG Tournament Office.000 Tournament First Held: 1984 Ticket Hotline: +212-(0)522-981262 Fernando Soler Tournament Director Chennai — Aircel Chennai Open Date: Jan.aircelchennaiopen. India Tel: +91-44-2817-4655 E-mail: s.800 Address: Odin Sports & Entertainment.com. 2011 Site: Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Surface: Clay Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 4.R. Jules Michelet 18.ro Media Contact: Liliana Ivascu E-mail: liliana_ivascu@mccann.500 Address: Fédération Royale Marocaine de Tennis.ar Tel: +54-114-795-7540 Web: www.br/tenisbrasil/brasilopen Prize Money: $470.250 Total Financial Commitment: €450.N. Bucharest. Quartier des sports Beausejour.ma Media Contact: TBA E-mail: frmt@menara.200 Total Financial Commitment: $527.com Tel: +911142393500 Web: www.br Tel: +55-11-8292-0826 Web: www2. Lake Area.gphassan2tennis.br Media Contact: Daniela Giuntini E-mail: imprensa@dgwcomunicacao. Tamil Nadu. SDAT Tennis Stadium. Romania Tel: +40-21-232-37-27 E-mail: liliana_ivascu@mccann.com Prize Money: €398. Nungambakkam Surface: Play Pave Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 6.uol.Brasil Tel: +55-11-2125-8500 E-mail: luisfelipe.500 Address: Rua Campo Verde 61. Arenas Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 4.700 Tournament First Held: 2001 Ticket Hotline: +55-11-5643-5511 ATPWORLDTOUR. 1st Floor.Bahia Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 3.com.800 Address: McCann Erickson. FL 33134 USA Tel: +1-305-461-9290 E-mail: mnido@imgworld. 2011 Site: B. 7-13. 14-20.copatelmex.com Media Contact: Sachin Rampal E-mail: sachinr@vccpl. 2011 Site: SDAT Tennis Stadium.com Prize Money: $478.250 Total Financial Commitment: $450. 2011 Site: Complexe Sportif al Amal Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 5.ro Prize Money: €371.ma Tel: +212-(0)522-981262 Web: www.com.900 Total Financial Commitment: $547. Casabalanca-Morocco Tel: +212-(0)522-981262 E-mail: frmt@menara.Dumitru Haradau Tournament Director Bucharest — BCR Open Romania Date: Sept.000 Tournament First Held: 1996 Ticket Hotline: +91-44-2817-0191 Luis Felipe Tavares Tournament Director Costa do Sauipe — Brasil Open Date: Feb.org Prize Money: $398. Edifício Ceilão. Suite 825.

FL 33444 USA Tel: +1-561-330-6000 E-mail: MBaron@YellowTennisBall.500 Total Financial Commitment: $442.swissopengstaad.com Media Contact: Miguel Seabra E-mail: miguel. 18-27. Doha . 2011 Site: Devonshire Park. Roehampton. 2011 Site: Estadio Nacional Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 7.co.com Media Contact: Lisa Franson E-mail: lfsportsmedia@comcast.000 Tournament First Held: 1990 Ticket Hotline: +351-21-3034900 Jean-François Collet Tournament Director Gstaad — Swiss Open Gstaad Date: July 25-31.K. Delray Beach.org Tel: +974-440-9601 Web: www.400 Total Financial Commitment: €415.james@lta.200 Address: 30 NW 1 Avenue.000 Tournament First Held: 1915 Ticket Hotline: + 41 (0)33 748 81 82 26 . 2011 Site: Khalifa Tennis Complex Surface: Plexicushion Hard Court Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 6. Majels Al Tawen St.000 Total Financial Commitment: $1.500 Address: Swiss Open Gstaad.100 Priory Lane.net Tel: +1-561-330-6000 Web: www. 2011 Site: Roy Emerson Arena Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 4.uk Prize Money: €363..250 Total Financial Commitment: €450.911 Address: Qatar Tennis Federation. Baron Tournament Director Karim Alami Tournament Director Doha — Qatar ExxonMobil Open Date: January 3-8.024.org.seabra@lagossports. Postfach 17.aegoninternational. Tel: +447971 141019 E-mail: gavin.000 Address: The Lawn Tennis Association.ch Tel: +41-21-804-10-70 Web: www.qatartennis. 3780 Gstaad.ch Prize Money: €398.fletcher@lta. Switzerland Tel: +41-21-804-10-70 E-mail: info@swissopengstaad. 2011 Site: Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 8. 6 2790-034 Carnaxide Portugal Tel: +351-21303-4900 E-mail: tennis@lagossports.org. Eastbourne Surface: Grass Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 5.Qatar Tel: +974-440-9666 E-mail: visas@qatartennis.estorilopen.ch Media Contact: Cristel Varone E-mail: cv@gcmsa.uk Media Contact: Charlotte James E-mail: charlotte.uk Tel: +61430011798 Web: www.ATP WORLD TOUR 250 Delray Beach — Delray Beach International Tennis Championships Date: Feb.250 Tournament First Held: 1993 Ticket Hotline: +974-440-9601 Gavin Fletcher Tournament Director Eastbourne — AEGON International (Combined Event) Date: June 12-18.250 Total Financial Commitment: €450.org Media Contact: Yousef Al Obaidly E-mail: media@qatartennis.YellowTennisBall.com Tel: +351-21303-4900 Web: www. London SW15 5JQ U.150 Tournament First Held: 1996 Ticket Hotline: 44 [0]844 2097350 João Lagos Tournament Director Estoril — Estoril Open (Combined Event) Date: April 25-May 1.net Prize Money: €398.000 Address: Rua da Barruncheira.500 Tournament First Held: 1993 Ticket Hotline: +1-561-330-6000 Mark S.110.com Prize Money: $442.org Prize Money: $1.

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250 Total Financial Commitment: €450.de Media Contact: Karlheinz Wieser E-mail: presse@mercedescup.cl Prize Money: $398.ru Tel: +7 812 335 40 24 Web: www. 2011 Site: C. Providencia.se Prize Money: €531. 6. Petersburg — St.000 Tournament First Held: 1995 Ticket Hotline: +812 326 5544 Thomas Johansson Tournament Director Stockholm — If Stockholm Open Date: Oct. 190000 Russia Tel: +7 812 335 40 24 E-mail: kovaleva@spbopen. 2011 Site: TC Weissenhof Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 5.ATP WORLD TOUR 250 ‘s-Hertogenbosch — Unicef Open (Combined Event) Date: June 12-18.com Tel: +56-2-234.000 Tournament First Held: 1886 Ticket Hotline: 01805-6666979 (in Germany) +49-711-16543-42 (from abroad) 30 .se Media Contact: Rebecka Hjorth E-mail: presschef@swedishopen. 906.750 Total Financial Commitment: $750.200 Address: Pr Event. Santiago.movistaropen.000 Tournament First Held: 1990 Ticket Hotline: +31-43-3672424 Marcel Hunze Tournament Director Alvaro Fillol Tournament Director Santiago — Movistar Open Date: Jan. 31-Feb.3788 Web: www.000 Address: Galernaya St.nl Tel: +31-70-415-7898 Web: www.3788 E-mail: alvaro@fillol.walker@fillol.ru Media Contact: Anna Kovaleva E-mail: kovaleva@spbopen.nl Prize Money: €398.D. 24-30.250 Total Financial Commitment: €450. 2011 Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 9.com Media Contact: Rafael Walker E-mail: rafael.U.000 Total Financial Commitment: €600.nl Media Contact: Marina Witte E-mail: info@nsp. 20.000 Tournament First Held: 1993* Ticket Hotline: +56-2-234.000 Address: emotion management gmbh germany. St Petersburg.ordina-open.500 Address: Minderbroedersberg 10. San Carlos de Apoquindo.000 Address: Luis Thayer Ojeda 166 OF.de Prize Money: €398. 2011 Site: Kungliga Tennishallen (Royal Tennis Hall) Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 5.spbopen. 411 36 Göteborg Sweden Tel: +46-31-940-250 E-mail: info@stockholmopen. Petersburg Open Site: SCC Peterburgsky Date: Oct.mercedescup. 70192 Stuttgart Germany Tel: +49-711-16543-42 E-mail: info@mercedescup.C.ru Prize Money: $663. Las Condes Surface: Clay Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 4. Kungsportsavenyn 21.de Tel: +43-664-21003-10 Web: www.000 Tournament First Held: 1969 Ticket Hotline: +46(0)771-454600 Edwin Weindorfer Tournament Director Stuttgart — MercedesCup Date: July 11-17.org Tel: +46-708-86-01-21 Web: www. 2011 Site: Autotron Rosmalen Surface: Grass Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 7.3788 *Held in Viña del Mar 2001-2009 Mikhail Rydnik Tournament Director St.250 Total Financial Commitment: $450. 6211 LK Maastricht The Netherlands Tel: +31-43-367-2424 E-mail: info@libema-events. Chile Tel: +56-2-234. 17-23. Parlerstrasse 102.ifstockholmopen.

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OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 2-8 7-8 0-6 5-9 10 1ST — — — 09 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST — 2ND 1ST — 09 — 2ND 1ST 3RD 08 1ST 4TH 1ST 2ND — 3RD 2ND — — 08 1ST 2ND — 2ND 07 3RD 2ND 1ST 3RD — — — — — 07 1ST 1ST — 2ND 06 2ND 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST QF 1ST — 1ST 06 1ST 2ND — 1ST 05 1ST 2ND — — 3RD 1ST QF — — 05 1ST 4TH 1ST 2ND 03 1ST 2ND 1ST — — 2ND 1ST — — 04 1ST — 1ST 1ST 02 — 1ST — 1ST 2ND — — — — 03 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 02 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 01 — 2ND 1ST 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 5-5) CAREER 3-6 INDIAN WELLS MIAMI 6-7 MONTE-CARLO 1-5 ROME 4-5 MADRID 2-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL 6-4 CINCINNATI 5-5 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 0-1 PERSONAL Full name is Jose Javier Acasuso…Nickname is “Chucho”…Began playing tennis at age two when his father. 1-1 (doubles) Challenger: 7-4 (singles) . 2004 – Sopot(CL). 14 that year…Has a 3-8 mark in ATP World Tour finals.085. finishing a year-end best No. but at age 12 decided to concentrate on tennis…As a junior. 1982 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Posadas-Misiones. Top 10: 6-18 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 20 (August 14.614. FINALIST (6). 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 252 (1-3) 2009: 51 (21-21) 2008: 48 (27-26) 2007: 2006: 2005: 64 (22-19) 2004: 66 (18-16) 2001: 87 (8-12) 27 (33-21) 2003: 101 (11-19) 2000: 176 (0-0) 41 (27-26) 2002: 41 (23-19) 1999: 250 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $67.940 in ’06. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 27 (February 6. “Zambo. Brands)…Played two Challengers. 26 at Tunis Challenger where he won title (d.91m) Residence: Buenos Aires. FINALIST (8): 2009 – Viña del Mar(CL). 2002 – Sopot(CL). 2001 – Buenos Aires(CL). Spain. Juan Andres. Andreev) in ’04 and Viña del Mar (d. to Puerta)…His best ATP World Tour Masters 1000 result is SF in ’06 Hamburg*…Has a 7-5 career Davis Cup record (5-3 in singles) in nine titles and played in ’08 final vs. Bucharest (d. took him. all on clay. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-5) AUS. Jose Andres. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine has compiled four Top 50 campaigns. and sister. 4. falling out of Top 200 for first time since rookie campaign in ‘99…After retiring in 2nd RD in Santiago on Feb. Massu) in ’06…Best Grand Slam result is 4th RD at ’05 Roland Garros where he rallied in 2nd RD from a two-sets deficit to beat No.JOSE ACASUSO (ARG) Birthdate: October 20. including personal-best 25-8 mark on clay…Broke Top 20 at No. 27 in ’06…Overall has finished in Top 100 for eight of past 10 seasons…Compiled best season in ’06 by winning a career-high 33 matches. Argentina Weight: 190 (86kg) Career Win-Loss: 191-182 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3. Argentina Height: 6’3” (1. 34 . 2004 – Bucharest(CL). is a housewife…His first instructor was Alberto “Zambo” Gonzalez and says. brother.076 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/8 Career Win-Loss vs. 2002 – Bucharest(CL). 2007 – Sopot(CL). 20 on Aug. 2006 – Stuttgart(CL). Selva Monica. 3 Roddick 8-6 in fifth set (l. 2008 – Buenos Aires(CL). Matches won-lost: ATP: 1-3 (singles). Gabriela. Squillari) in 2002. my grandfather and my father are very special people who I would like to recognize”…Played at Itapua Club and Club Progreso de Posadas in Misiones in his early career…Played basketball and tennis as a child. Palermo(CL). losing to Verdasco in five sets in fourth rubber…Earned a career-high $567. to their grandfather’s (Juan Ruben) tennis club to take lessons…Mother. retired in final round of qualifying at Roland Garros and returned four months later…Played three South American Challengers and went 1-3. received certificate of honor for Sports Achievement in 1992 and South American champion in 1996…Plays right-handed but does everything else left-handed…His favorite surface is clay and considers his serve and forehand as strengths…Coached by countryman and former ATP pro Gustavo Liza (since December 2009). with titles in Sopot (d. CAREER TITLES (3): 2006 – Viña del Mar(CL). was sidelined for almost three months before returning Apr. 2010 IN REVIEW The Buenos Aires resident was bothered by a left knee injury for most of season.

2007 – Båstad(CL). Matches won-lost: ATP: 44-26 (singles). to Nadal)…He won a personal-high 44 matches and one of eight Spaniards to win a title during year…Went 3-8 vs. Acapulco(CL).538. Gstaad. 2009 – Acapulco(CL). Top 10: 10-27 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 11 (July 7. won titles in Costa do Sauipe (d. 9. at 14 years. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 52 (July 5. computers and comedies…Also enjoys football…Speaks Italian and a little English…Fitness trainer is Martin Gonzalez (since 1999) and coached by Jose Perlas (since September 2009). Miami*. Spain Height: 6’0” (1.538. to Nadal) and five QFs…Struggled with on-and-off right hand injury and underwent surgery July 21. Gstaad(CL). 2008 – Costa do Sauipe(CL). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 5-6 13-7 3-6 9-6 10 4TH QF 1ST 3RD 10 4TH QF 2ND 2ND SF 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 09 3RD 3RD 3RD 3RD 09 — 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST — 2ND 2ND 2ND 08 1ST QF 2ND 3RD 08 2ND 3RD 3RD QF 1ST — — — — 07 1ST 2ND 1ST 3RD 07 2ND 3RD 1ST 2ND 2ND 1ST QF — 1ST 06 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 06 — — — QF — 1ST 2ND — 2ND 05 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 05 — 1ST — 3RD — — — — — 04 — 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 37-38) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-3 MIAMI 5-5 MONTE-CARLO 3-4 ROME 9-6 MADRID 5-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-3 CINCINNATI 5-4 SHANGHAI 1-2 PARIS 2-4 PERSONAL Full name is Nicolas Almagro Sanchez…Nickname is “Nico”…Parents are Nicolas and Mercedes…Siblings Juan and Balta are both teachers…Started playing tennis at age eight…Favorite surface is clay…Considers forehand his best shot…Enjoys Spanish music. Vienna.COM 35 . Moya) and Acapulco (d.267. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 28-11 on clay and 14-10 on hard and earned a career-high $1. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 15 (44-26) 2007: 28 (34-27) 2004: 100 (2-7) 2009: 26 (30-24) 2006: 32 (27-20) 2003: 153 (1-1) 2008: 18 (35-17) 2005: 111 (13-22) 2002: 864 (0-0) 2001: 844 (0-0) 2000:T1334 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1. CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has finished in Top 30 for four straight years (‘07–10). Quarterfinalist: Acapulco. 18…Has a 7-2 career mark in ATP World Tour finals.NICOLAS ALMAGRO (ESP) Birthdate: August 21. Safin) in ’06…In ’08. Miami*(w/Robredo). Munich. 1985 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Murcia. Doubles Semifinalist: Buenos Aires(w/Ventura).995 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 7/2 Career Win-Loss vs. FINALIST (2): 2008 – Valencia(CL). winning clay court titles in July in Båstad (d.205. 9 months.83m) Residence: Murcia. 2006 – Valencia(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 7-7) AUS. 11 in July ‘08…Finished in Top 20 that year for first time at No. his second Top 20 ranking in three years…He reached QFs or better eight times during season. Soderling) and two weeks later in Gstaad (d. Spain Weight: 179 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 186-144 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4. his first multiple title season…Repeated titles in Valencia in ‘06–07 and Acapulco in ‘08 (d. reaching a personal-best ranking of No. 10 Monfils)…Won first ATP World Tour title in Valencia (d. all coming on clay…ln ’08. Roland Garros. Semifinalist: Madrid*. earned first ATP points at Spanish Futures where he reached 2nd RD…Made Davis Cup debut vs. Peru in ’08 and is 3-2 all-time. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). reached his first Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros (l. CAREER TITLES (7): 2010 – Båstad(CL). 2007 – Valencia(CL). 15-17 (doubles) Singles Winner: Båstad. to Nadal)…His best ATP World Tour Masters 1000 results are SF at ’10 Madrid* (l.205. 15. Nalbandian No. ‘08 to repair tendon… Compiled 30-8 mark on clay (most wins) in ’08…In ‘00. 2010 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished a year-end best No. No. Gasquet)…Also reached first SF in Madrid* (l. ATPWORLDTOUR. d. Nalbandian).

CAREER FINALIST (1): 2008 – Las Vegas(H). l.424 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0-1 Career Win-Loss vs. 1 South African finished in Top 70 for first time in his career…Challenger success included title in Baton Rouge (d.005. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-3) AUS. 3 Djokovic in 2nd RD before losing to Andreev in next round…Cracked Top 100 that year and was there for seven weeks before finishing season at No.005. to Nadal) and at US Open (l. including his first six ATP tournaments…His best ATP result was SF showing in Atlanta (l. 121 on Mar. 36 . 2-2 (doubles) Challenger: 16-5 (singles). South Africa Height: 6’7” (2. played three years at Morehead State University in Kentucky and will graduate in May 2011…Hobbies include outdoor adventuring and reading…Coached by countryman Louis Vosloo (since April 2010). 175 to No. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. to Lu)…Qualified an ATP World Tour-high nine times during season. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-3 0-1 0-2 2-1 10 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD 10 2ND 2ND 1ST 3RD — 1ST 09 1ST — — — 09 1ST — — — — — 08 1ST — 1ST — 08 — 3RD — — 1ST — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 6-8) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-2 MIAMI 3-2 MADRID 0-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 2-1 CINCINNATI 0-1 SHANGHAI 0-1 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six…Parents Michael and Barbara are retired from an engineering business…He used to play tennis as well as competitively run 800 meter races…Played collegiately at University of Illinois for three seasons (2005-07)…Won 2006 NCAA doubles title…Reached 2007 NCAA singles semifinals and doubles final…Also reached 2007 team final…Earned All-American honors all three years…Spends time training in Chicago area…Younger brother Gregory.03m) Residence: Johannesburg. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 114 (June 8. Singles Semifinalist: Atlanta. Top 10: 1-3 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 58 (October 25. 6-3 (doubles). 10 and became first South African to reach an ATP final since Moodie won Tokyo title in October ‘05…Continued success in his ATP Masters 1000 debut in Miami* where he qualifed and posted biggest win over No. to Gasquet)…Earned a career-high $315. 1986 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Johannesburg. Kamke) and a final in Seoul (l. climbed from No. CAREER IN REVIEW The South African native broke through to reach his first ATP World Tour final in ‘08 as a qualifier in Vegas. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 61 (14-18) 2007: 228 (0-1) 2009: 162 (2-6) 2006: 513 (0-0) 2008: 106 (11-10) 2005: 548 (0-0) 2004:T1175 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $315. not dropping a set en route to title match before losing to Querrey in three sets…Afterwards. Matches won-lost: ATP: 14-18 (singles). 106…Compiled an 11-10 match record on ATP World Tour and 21-12 in Challengers with one title…Has an 83-50 mark in Challengers and 4-5 in finals…Has a 5-1 Davis Cup singles record in three ties. Querrey. to Isner)…Compiled a 14-18 record (11-11 on hard)…Reached career-best 3rd RD in Toronto* (d.KEVIN ANDERSON (RSA) Birthdate: May 18. South Africa Weight: 202 (92kg) Career Win-Loss: 27-35 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $679.

2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 79 (17-19) 2007: 2009: 35 (28-32) 2006: 2008: 19 (43-32) 2005: 33 (36-27) 2004: 50 (28-28) 2001:T991 (0-0) 90 (14-13) 2003: 90 (4-4) 27 (38-30) 2002: 286 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $335.532 in ‘08. 2010 IN REVIEW The Russian finished in Top 100 for eighth straight year. to U. Russia Height: 6’1” (1.103 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/6 Career Win-Loss vs. is a businessman. mother. Ferrer in F). Gstaad. Singles Semifinalist: Costa do Sauipe. Palermo (d. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 7-7 12-5 7-6 6-6 10 1ST — 1ST 2ND 10 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST — — — — 09 3RD 3RD 4TH 1ST 09 4TH 3RD 1ST 1ST — 2ND 2ND 1ST — 08 3RD 2ND 2ND 4TH 08 2ND QF QF 3RD 1ST 3RD 3RD — 2ND 07 1ST QF 1ST 2ND 07 — 1ST 3RD 2ND 1ST — — — — 06 3RD — — — 06 QF 3RD 1ST — — — — — 2ND 05 2ND 3RD 3RD 2ND 05 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST — 1ST 1ST — — 04 1ST 4TH 2ND 1ST 04 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST — 2ND — — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 33-42) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 5-6 MIAMI 8-7 MONTE-CARLO 6-7 ROME 3-6 0-3 MADRID TORONTO/MONTREAL 4-4 CINCINNATI 3-3 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 2-2 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age seven in Moscow at sports center Spartak…Father. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-7) AUS. Volandri) and hometown Moscow (d. Spain. Nadal in QF.168. Matches won-lost: ATP: 17-19 (singles). to Kubot) and as a qualifier in Kuala Lumpur (l. Marina. CAREER TITLES (3): 2005 – Valencia(CL).COM 37 .S. Moscow(IC). 0-2 (doubles). Kuala Lumpur. FINALIST (6): 2008 – Gstaad(CL). No.881. longest three-set final)…His best Grand Slam result is QF at Roland Garros in ’07 (d. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). Top 10: 11-38 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 18 (November 3.85m) Residence: Moscow. on clay and runner-up at Szczecin Challenger (l. FINALIST (1). 2005 – Bucharest(CL). Nikita.) by winning four of five singles matches and clinching fifth and decisive ties vs. Spanish)… Hobbies include hockey and favorite team is HC Dynamo Moscow…Favorite player growing up was Andre Agassi…Considers forehand his best shot and favorite surfaces are clay and Greenset (hard)…Fitness trainer is David Andres and coached by Francisco Fogues (since December 2009). Russia Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 208-185 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3. Belgrade. l. to Djokovic)…Named ‘07 ATP Comeback Player of Year…Underwent left knee surgery to repair cartilage damage on Apr. 2006 – Sydney(H). Palermo(CL). 28. including ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events in Miami* and Monte-Carlo*…Has a 3-6 career mark in ATP World Tour finals. 3 Roddick in 1st RD. ’06 and returned final week of October in Paris*…Has a 13-11 career record in Davis Cup play (10-7 in singles) in 12 ties since ’04 and helped his country to final in ’07 (l. 1983 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Moscow. who also plays tennis…At age 15. to Youznhy)…Also QFs in Buenos Aires. is a housewife…Has one younger brother. moved to Valencia. Valeri. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 59 (July 18. with all of his titles coming in ’05 at Valencia (d. highlighted by SFs in Costa do Sauipe (l. Belgrade and Gstaad. Chile and Germany…Earned a career-high $884. to practice at Altur and Alvarino Tennis Academy…Speaks three languages (Russian. English. CAREER IN REVIEW The Russian finished in Top 50 for five of six years between ‘04-09 (except ’06). 6-10 (doubles) Challenger: 5-3 (singles). Quarterfinalist: Buenos Aires. ATPWORLDTOUR. Kiefer in 3:14. to Cuevas)…Compiled marks of 11-9 on clay and 6-9 on hard courts. Umag(CL). 2004 – Gstaad(CL). including a year-end best No. 19 in ’08…Won a personal-high 43 matches that year and reached QFs or better in eight tournaments.IGOR ANDREEV (RUS) Birthdate: July 14. Doubles Semifinalist: Sydney(w/Korolev). Bucharest(CL).

103) and won three tour level matches for second straight season. 9 No. to Cañas in 3rd RD)…Reached QF in singles and captured Roland Garros junior doubles title in ‘04 (w/Granollers)…Finished No. 1 No.PABLO ANDUJAR (ESP) Birthdate: January 23.910. 71. 25…In ’07.910.80m) Residence: Valencia. all as a qualifier. Volandri) and Bucharest (d. Vliegen). mother. Singles Finalist: Bucharest. 56 No. including Pablo Andujar: RANKING No. reached 2nd RD for third straight year…Qualified five times during season…Went 8-8 in ATP matches and earned a career. 1986 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Cuenca. to Chela)…Won Challenger title in Orbetello…Also runner-up in two others while putting together a 28-17 match record…In only Grand Slam appearance at Roland Garros. CAREER IN REVIEW Prior to ‘10. highlighted by reaching his first ATP World Tour final and a successful Challenger season…In September. nine recorded a year-end best finish. Jose. CAREER FINALIST (1): 2010 – Bucharest(CL). went 4-2 in junior finals and 2-1 following year. Top 10: 0-4 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 71 (November 15. finished just outside Top 100 (at No. qualified in his first ATP tournament in Costa do Sauipe (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 8-8 (singles). 1414 (doubles). reached 2nd RD at Roland Garros (d. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 149 (July 9. Spain Height: 5’11” (1. and sister. 2-2 (doubles) Challenger: 28-17 (singles). 25 No.121 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. to Montanes) and won back-to-back matches on ATP World Tour for first time in Barcelona (l.high $184. the Spaniard compiled his best results in Challenger level tournaments…Has a career mark of 13289 in Challengers and 5-8 in finals…In ’09. l. to Mathieu) for second straight year…In ’08. 88 on Aug. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-1 3-3 0-1 0-1 10 — 2ND — — 09 1ST 2ND 1ST — 08 — 2ND — 1ST PERSONAL Full name is Pablo Andujar Alba…Began playing at age six…Father. 33 No. Spain Weight: 167 (75kg) Career Win-Loss: 15-30 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $674. 7 in world junior rankings in ‘04…In’003. qualified in Bucharest and reached final (l. 42 No. Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros (d. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-1) AUS. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 71 (8-8) 2009: 161 (1-12) 2008: 103 (3-6) 2007: 144 (3-4) 2006: 210 (0-0) 2005: 373 (0-0) 2004: T957 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $184. 72 PLAYER Rafael Nadal* Fernando Verdasco* Nicolas Almagro Albert Montanes Guillermo Garcia-Lopez Marcel Granollers Daniel Gimeno-Traver Pablo Andujar Pere Riba 38 *Equals Previous Best Year-End Ranking . Jose. 71 No. Inma…Has one brother. 15 No. at Valencia (d. SPANIARDS LEAD THE WAY Of the 14 Spaniards to finish in the 2010 Top 100 South African Airways ATP rankings. Ginepri. Dabul)…Compiled a 40-21 mark in Challengers with two titles on home soil in Vigo and San Sebastian…Broke Top 100 for first time and reached No. 2010 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 100 for first time at No. Ana…Enjoys soccer and a fan of Valencia Football Club…Admires play of countrymen Juan Carlos Ferrero and Rafael Nadal…Trains at Altur-Alvarino Tennis Academy in Valencia…Coached by countryman and former ATP pro David Sanchez.

COM 39 . 1 Federer in 3rd RD in Indian Wells*…In August. to Federer)…Advanced to SF at Wimbledon. Munich. 16) and ‘10 (No.050.‘06 (No. 8 on Aug. reaching career-high No. Halle(G). who played Davis Cup…Father Christos owns a clothing store in Cyprus…Mother’s name is Andry…Has a younger sister Zena. 1…In March. Hewitt. CAREER IN REVIEW The Cypriot boasts three Top 20 seasons . Quarterfinalist: Nice. 9. who was adopted when she was one month old…Prefers hard courts…Idol as a kid was Rafter.495 in ’06. Singles Winner: Sydney. Semifinalist: Dubai. 2010 IN REVIEW The Cypriot finished in Top 20 for first time in three years and won fourth career title…Reached QFs or better 11 times…Won title in Sydney (d. ’07 (No. Moscow(IH). 2006 – Beijing(H). ‘05 to correct a congenital problem that caused a pair of muscles to constrict a nerve in his right arm…Limited to 12 tournaments in ‘08. to Troicki)…Only player in 2010 to beat Nadal and Federer while they were No. won first career title in Beijing (d. ATPWORLDTOUR. 20)…In ’06. New Haven. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). beat No. then had 13 Top 10 weeks. 1985 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Limassol.701 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/6 Career Win-Loss vs. but also looked up to Agassi and Sampras…Enjoys playing and watching football. saved three match points in three-sets win over No. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 8-6) AUS. ranked as No. Cyprus Height: 6’0” (1. and favorite team is Apollo in Cyprus…”Man of the Year” in Cyprus in 2005…Trained at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in Paris on an Olympic Solidarity Youth Development Programme Scholarship…Reunited with coach Guillaume Peyre in June 2010 and fitness trainer is Younes Roberto Paez. Matches won-lost: ATP: 43-27 (singles). 1 junior.m…In ‘03. 12). Los Angeles. Cyprus Weight: 181 (82kg) Career Win-Loss: 178-111 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4. 2005 – Basel(IC). CAREER TITLES (4): 2010 – Sydney(H). Finalist: Washington. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 93 (January 7. Ancic) and reached first Grand Slam final at Australian Open (l. Kuala Lumpur. 2007 – Marseille(IH). Cincinnati*. 2-2 (doubles). winning the Australian Open and reaching US Open final in ‘02 and ‘03…Has a 54-13 career Davis Cup record (38-3 in singles) in 35 ties…Earned a career-high $1. 21…Fell to Agassi 7-5 in fifth set in 2nd RD at US Open in the American’s last career win…Won career-high 48 matches in ‘07…Underwent surgery on Feb.MARCOS BAGHDATIS (CYP) Birthdate: June 17. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 20 (43-27) 2007: 2009: 42 (23-16) 2006: 2008: 100 (14-12) 2005: 16 (48-22) 2004: 153 (2-2) 12 (37-20) 2003: 179 (0-0) 56 (11-12) 2002:T1066 (0-0) 2001:T1379 (0-0) 2000:T1182 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $941. FINALIST (6): 2010 – Washington(H). 1 Nadal in Cincinnati* QF en route to SF (l. 2009 – Stockholm(IH).345. missing two months with stress fracture in right wrist and back injury…In ‘08 Australian Open 3rd RD. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 17-6 6-6 12-5 2-5 10 3RD 3RD 1ST 1ST 10 4TH 3RD 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST SF 1ST — 09 4TH 1ST — — 09 — 2ND — — — — — — — 08 3RD 1ST 4TH — 08 3RD — — — — — — — 1ST 07 2ND 4TH QF 1ST 07 2ND 2ND 1ST 3RD 2ND 3RD 3RD — SF 06 05 4TH 2ND 1ST SF 1ST 2ND 1ST RUP 04 — — — 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 28-27) CAREER 6-4 INDIAN WELLS MIAMI 3-4 MONTE-CARLO 0-2 ROME 3-3 MADRID 2-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 2-3 CINCINNATI 8-3 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 4-2 06 QF 3RD — 2ND 2ND 1ST 3RD — — PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age five…Played with his father and older brothers. 2007 – Zagreb(IC). to Federer)…Was 35-18 on hard and 8-6 on clay. to Nalbandian) and Moscow (l. Fish and Gasquet in last three rounds)…Runner-up in Washington (l. Marinos and Petros. lost 4:45 marathon to Hewit that finished at 4:34 a. Vienna. 2006 – Australian Open(H).83m) Residence: Limassol. Top 10: 16-24 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 8 (August 21. Moscow.155.

2010 IN REVIEW The No.78m) Residence: Fort Lauderdale. and later in Bangkok (d. to Nieminen) and St. Semifinalist: Zagreb(w/Schuettler). reached his first ATP World Tour final in Bangkok (l. to eventual champ Hewitt) and ‘s-Hertogenbosch (l. Jorg. 8 Roddick)…Earned a career-high $553. one younger sister. 1 and six-time Grand Slam title winner Boris Becker…Played four years from 2001-05 at Baylor University in Texas and earned All-America honors last three years…Captured NCAA singles title (d. mother. USA Weight: 158 (71kg) Career Win-Loss: 84-110 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. 22 Robredo (l. Quarterfinalist: Delray Beach. Ulrike. first two on grass back-to-back weeks in Halle (d. FINALIST (1): 2007 – Bangkok(IH). No. Germany Height: 5’10” (1. ‘s-Hertogenbosch(w/Lipsky). l. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 53 (29-31) 2009: 40 (14-19) 2008: 130 (11-20) 2007: 87 (21-32) 2004: T949 (0-0) 2006: 58 (9-8) 2003: N/R 2005: 477 (0-0) 2002: N/R 2001: N/R 2000:T814 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $553. 40 in ‘09. Petersburg. Michael Kogan of Tulane) and helped Baylor to its first team title in 2004 (d. to No. 5 Davydenko. Florida. 13 Ljubicic. 3 German finished with his second best year-end ranking just outside Top 50…Won a personal-high 29 matches…Reached three SFs.401 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs.896. Kathrin…No relation to former No. Bangkok. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-3 0-3 4-5 4-4 CAREER 0-3 5-4 2-2 0-2 1-1 1-4 0-2 2-2 10 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND 10 1ST 4TH 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 09 — — 2ND 1ST 09 — 2ND — — — 2ND 1ST 2ND 08 1ST 1ST 2ND — 08 1ST 2ND — — — 1ST — — 07 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 07 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST — 1ST — — 06 — — 2ND 4TH ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 11-21) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID CINCINNATI SHANGHAI PARIS PERSONAL Began playing at age seven…Nicknamed Benni…Father. Grosjean and Agassi in his last match… Closed that season by making biggest jump of any player in Top 100 from previous year. No. Singles Semifinalist: Halle. CAREER TITLES (1): 2009 – ‘s-Hertogenbosch(G). Matches won-lost: ATP: 29-31 (singles). CAREER IN REVIEW The German finished in Top 50 for first time at a year-end best No. 2006. l. qualified at US Open and advanced to Grand-Slam best 4th RD by defeating Volandri. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). to Tursunov) and advanced to SF in Delray Beach and San Jose…Broke Top 50 on Feb. to Tipsarevic). Delray Beach(w/Mayer). 1981 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Merzig. to Nieminen)… Also a QF in Delray Beach (l. 5…In ’06. Petersburg (l. FC Köln and follows NBA Dallas Mavericks because of countryman Dirk Nowitzki…Idolized Becker and Andre Agassi growing up…Voted Sportsman of the Year in November. to Marchenko)…Advanced to personal-best 4th RD in Miami* beating No. 40 . St. No. 0-2 (doubles). ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Top 10: 5-17 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 38 (March 5. 8 Verdasco. works at a retail store. climbing 419 ranking positions…Won ATP Newcomer of the Year…Has an 0-4 Davis Cup singles record in two ties. 15-17 (doubles) Challenger: 2-2 (singles). Doubles Finalist: San Jose(w/Mayer). in his home province Saarland in Germany by 38 percent of the viewers of German local television channel SR…Coached by Jan Stoces (since May 2010). Sluiter)…In ’07. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-5) AUS. highlighted by his first title in ‘sHertogenbosch as a qualifier (d. 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 58 (July 5. works in a tax office. UCLA)…Majored in Finance and International Business and is one semester short of earning his degree… Favorite surface is hard courts and considers his serve and forehand as most important parts of his game… Football and basketball fan and favorite football team is 1.431.BENJAMIN BECKER (GER) Birthdate: June 16.431.

2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 31 (34-25) 2007: 199 (0-1) 2009: 36 (21-18) 2006: 578 (0-0) 2008: 90 (4-15) 2005: 864 (0-0) 2004:T1447 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $682. finished in Top 100 for first time at No. 7-16 (doubles) Challenger: 4-1 (singles). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-3) AUS. Maria Regina. to Nadal)…On grass. Matches won-lost: ATP: 34-25 (singles). ATPWORLDTOUR. but improved with his first Grand Slam wins in both Wimbledon and the US Open that year…During junior career. CAREER TITLES (2): 2010 – Santiago(CL). reached finals in Ecuador and Venezuela in ‘04 and ranked a career-best No. to Mello)…In March. Beck) as a qualifier…In ’08. mother. A. Top 10: 0-9 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 21 (July 26. Costa do Sauipe(w/Daniel). winning three Challenger titles…Made Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros and lost to Nadal in first round. reached his first ATP World Tour final in Costa do Sauipe in February (l. F. Hamburg. 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Tiete. turned in his best ATP Masters 1000 result in Miami* with 4th RD showing (l. the top Brazilian became first player from his country to finish in Top 50 (at No. Brazil Height: 6’2” (1. turned in 3rd RD at Wimbledon (l. 40 in ‘04…In ’09. 3rd RD in Rome* and 4th RD at Roland Garros (l.COM 41 . Monaco in F) and reaching QF in Costa do Sauipe (l. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-2 3-3 3-2 3-3 10 2ND 4TH 3RD 2ND 10 3RD 4TH 1ST 3RD 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND 2ND 09 1ST 1ST — 2ND 09 2ND 1ST — 1ST — — — 2ND — 08 — 1ST 2ND 2ND 08 — — — — — 1ST 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 10-15) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-2 MIAMI 2-2 MONTE-CARLO 0-1 ROME 2-2 MADRID 1-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-2 CINCINNATI 1-2 SHANGHAI 2-2 PARIS 1-1 PERSONAL Full name is Thomaz Cocchiarali Bellucci…Father. to Almagro)…Played well on European clay. Costa Do Sauipe. is a business owner…Has one older sister.355. advancing to QF in Barcelona. winning title in Santiago (d. 36) since Kuerten was No. Singles Winner: Santiago.THOMAZ BELLUCCI (BRA) Birthdate: December 30. Gonzalez in SF.88m) Residence: Sao Paulo. failing to win back-to-back matches…Compiled 21-10 record on clay and 11-14 on hard…Earned a career-high $682. highlighted by his second career ATP World Tour title and personal-high 34 match wins…Went 4-3 in first month. 2010 IN REVIEW The Sao Paulo resident improved his year-end ranking for a sixth straight season. 90. Doubles Semifinalist: Auckland(w/Sa). 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 115 (May 12.070 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Quarterfinalist: Brisbane. FINALIST (1): 2009 – Costa do Sauipe(CL). is a salesman.261. Ildebrando. then compiled 8-2 mark during Latin American clay court circuit. to Robredo) and later that summer earned his first ATP title in Gstaad (d. Barcelona. 15 in world junior rankings in January ‘05…A member of his country’s Davis Cup team since ’07 and has a 7-6 career singles mark in seven ties. Beatriz…Considers serve and forehand as strengths and favorite surface is clay… Future goal is to break Top 20…Coached by countryman and former Gustavo Kuerten mentor Larri Passos (since December 2010).261. 2009 – Gstaad(CL). CAREER IN REVIEW In ‘09. to Soderling)…Returned to clay in July and reached QF in Hamburg…Struggled rest of season with 5-10 record. Brazil Weight: 177 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 59-59 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1.

and two sisters (Dominique and Marie-Sophie)…Tennis idols growing up were Yannick Noah and Jimmy Connors… Also idolized Michael Jordan…Favorite surfaces are indoor hard courts and clay…Likes to play football and ski in his spare time…Favorite football team is Olympic de Marseille…Coached by countryman and former ATP pro Loic Courteau (since December 2010). to Soderling)…In ’07. to Tsonga)…Injured left wrist at US Open. FINALIST (3). 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 15 (September 13. retiring in 2nd RD vs. to Simon) and Lyon (l. 1981 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Bourg en Bresse. reached finals in Casablanca (l. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 3-7 10-9 5-7 3-7 10 2ND 2ND 4TH 2ND 10 2ND 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 3RD — — 09 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD 09 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST QF 1ST 3RD 08 1ST 4TH 1ST 1ST 08 1ST 4TH — — — 1ST 1ST — — 07 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 07 4TH 1ST 2ND 1ST — 1ST 2ND — — 06 3RD QF 2ND 1ST 06 3RD — 1ST — 2ND 3RD 1ST — 3RD 05 1ST 1ST 1ST — 05 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND — — — — — 04 — 3RD 2ND 1ST 04 — 4TH 1ST — — 1ST — — — 03 1ST 1ST — 1ST 03 — — 2ND — — — — — — 02 — 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 32-42) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 5-6 MIAMI 8-6 MONTE-CARLO 3-7 ROME 2-4 MADRID 1-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 3-6 CINCINNATI 5-5 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 4-2 PERSONAL Started playing tennis at age four…Nickname “Bennet”…Parents are Andre. advanced to a Grand Slam-best QF at Roland Garros by defeating Baghdatis and Stepanek (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 26-19 (singles). 15 and won title in Marseille. CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman has finished in Top 50 four times in past five years…Posted a career best 26 wins in ’09 (also in ’10). l.840 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/4 Career Win-Loss vs. Eastbourne. to Haas)…Has a 4-0 career Davis Cup mark in two ties…Has a 6-3 career mark in doubles finals. 2008 – Casablanca(CL). 3 Roddick. France Height: 6’1” (1. reached QF or better on all four surfaces. highlighted by his third ATP World Tour final in Kitzbühel (l. to Ljubicic)…Also SF in Memphis (d. Top 10: 8-22 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 32 (July 12. 270 in ’09. 32 in July…Began year with SF in Sydney and QF in Rotterdam before reaching final on home soil in Marseille (l. including his first at an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 in Cincinnati* (l. Switzerland Weight: 177 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 143-160 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3. and Laurence. to Llodra)…Played well on grass. Doubles Winner: Marseille(w/Llodra). Singles Finalist: Marseille. No.786. who is a lawyer…Has one brother (Antoine). to Garcia-Lopez)…Also a QF in four other tournaments. Quarterfinalist: Rotterdam. Semifinalist: London / Queen’s Club(w/Llodra). to Murray)…In ’08. who briefly played Futures events from ‘04–07. CAREER FINALIST (4): 2010 – Marseille(IH). 42 . 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 44 (26-19) 2009: 46 (26-28) 2008: 43 (22-20) 2007: 68 (22-28) 2004: 64 (14-15) 2001: 271 (1-1) 2006: 40 (24-22) 2003: 140 (3-7) 2000: 423 (0-0) 2005: 167 (5-18) 2002: 255 (0-2) 1999: T1042 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $607. final in Toronto* and QF at Wimbledon (all w/Llodra). who works for a glasses company. and missed rest of season…Reached a career-high doubles ranking of No. Semifinalist: Sydney.562. with 3rd RD at Queen’s and QF at Eastbourne before reaching career-best 4th RD at Wimbledon (l. including SF at ‘s-Hertogenbosch…In ’06. Robredo. Finalist: Toronto*(w/Llodra). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-4) AUS. 2009 – Kitzbühel(CL). 2010 IN REVIEW This Frenchman equaled his personal-high for match wins (26) while reaching a career-best ranking of No. 22-10 (doubles) .JULIEN BENNETEAU (FRA) Birthdate: December 20.86m) Residence: Geneva. Lyon(IC) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). with four of his titles coming on home soil in France…Captured US Open junior doubles title in ‘99 (w/Mahut)…Earned a career-high $749.

2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 87 (8-4) 2009: 324 (2-2) 2008: 459 (0-2) 2007: 698 (0-0) 2006:T1540 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $138. played mostly Futures. Przysiezny. CAREER IN REVIEW The Lithuanian native has compiled his best results in Challengers and Futures tournaments throughout his young career…Has a 39-29 match record in Challengers (2-1 in finals) and 40-23 in Futures events (1-3 in finals)…In ‘09. 6 final ranking): AGE 20 years. 2 months 22 years. 83 No. Genadijus.025 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 1990 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Vilnius. 87 No. 2 months 22 years. 30 Lopez in four sets…In August. Matches won-lost: ATP: 8-4 (singles). Singles Quarterfinalist: San Jose. Jelena. 98 No. Lina. 2 months 22 years. 59 ATPWORLDTOUR. Challengers -. he qualified in San Jose and became first Lithuanian native to reach an ATP QF with wins over Ginepri and Phau before losing to No. within a five week span from April 6-May 11. reached final…Closed season with SF at Champaign Challenger and runner-up at Dominican Republic Futures stop…In '08. Lithuania Weight: 155 (70kg) Career Win-Loss: 10-8 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $186. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1) WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-1 1-1 10 2ND 2ND PERSONAL Full name is Ricardas Berankis… Began playing tennis at age two when he’d follow his older sister. 5 months 20 years. reaching final in Germany #2 in January…Then qualified in four U. captured his first Futures title in Portugal…Ranked as World No. 11 Verdasco…In March. is a taxi driver in Vilnius and his mother. 31 No. to local tennis courts in Vilnius… Goes by nickname "Rycka" back home by friends and family… Father. 9 months 22 years. works in a post office… Speaks Lithuanian. since 2007…Coached by countryman Remigijus Balzekas (since age nine). playing pool. to Sela) and then qualified at US Open. played in Davis Cup tie vs. defeating Sweeting before losing 7-5 in fifth set to No. 2010 IN REVIEW The youngest player (20) in year-end Top 100 is highest-ranked player from Lithuania in history of South African Airways ATP Rankings (since 1973)…Breakthrough season included a 24-12 Challenger match record with two titles.Baton Rouge. Florida. Great Britain and led his country to a win with a pair of singles victories…In June. was runner-up at Vancouver Challenger (l. and won a round in Baton Rouge…In August. 11 months PLAYER Richard Berankis (LTU) Kei Nishikori (JPN) Alexandr Dolgopolov (UKR) Marin Cilic (CRO) Thiemo de Bakker (NED) Ernests Gulbis (LAT) Adrian Mannarino (FRA) Pere Riba (ESP) Thomaz Bellucci (BRA) Mikhail Kukuskin (KAZ) RANK No.COM 43 . 14 No. Here is the under-23 club in the year-end Top 100 (based on Dec. Lithuania Height: 5'9" (1. 119 to No. his maiden ATP World Tour QF and two Grand Slam main draw wins…In first month of season. 72 No. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 759 (March 2. 1 month 22 years. and listening to a variety of music…Considers forehand his best shot and hard courts his favorite surface… Has trained at IMG Bollettieri Academy in Bradenton. Germany and Poland. 1 junior in ‘07 after winning US Open and Orange Bowl titles that year…Has an 11-7 career Davis Cup record (9-5 in singles) in 10 ties. Florida. 43 No.75m) Residence: Bradenton. won Nottingham Challenger on grass (d. YOUNGEST IN YEAR-END TOP 100 In 2010. Richard Berankis was the youngest player to finish in the Top 100 at 20 years. qualified in first ATP tournament in Warsaw and lost to Odesnik in first round… Also qualified in three Challengers in Puerto Rico. Savannah and Sarasota. 85…Earned a career-high $138. 15 Melzer… Closed season with QF at Bratislava and title at Helsinki Challengers (d. Top 10: 0-0 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 85 (November 29.S. advanced to SF at Karshi Challenger and in next outing at Turkey #8 Futures. who retired with back injury)…Afterwards. defeating Ball in four sets before falling in next round to No. 48 No. Russian and English… Became an uncle for first time in 2010 and considers that one of his major highlights of year…Hobbies include spear fishing in lakes of Lithuania. Tallahassee. 1-4 (doubles). climbed from No. 5 months. 24 No. USA/Vilnius. qualified at Sao Paulo Challenger and reached QF followed by SF at Salinas Challenger…In February.251. 2-0 (doubles) Challenger: 24-12 (singles). 5 montsh 22 years. reaching second round in each of them…In '07.RICHARD BERANKIS (LTU) Birthdate: June 21.251. 10 months 22 years. Soeda) and then qualified at Wimbledon. 11 months 22 years.

122. Ferrero. Kuala Lumpur. Indian Wells*. No. Top 10…Earned a career-high $2. 7 Soderling to reach Miami* final (l. 1985 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Valasske Mezirici. Memphis. Washington. Top 10: 20-51 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 6 (October 18. 2008 – Båstad(CL). including Indian Wells* (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 45-26 (singles).211 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/6 Career Win-Loss vs. No. 7 in ‘02) and first to finish No. 2005 – Båstad(CL). 12 Verdasco and No. 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 6 (45-26) 2007: 2009: 20 (36-26) 2006: 2008: 20 (35-22) 2005: 14 (46-24) 2004: 44 (16-15) 2001:T1379 (0-0) 13 (48-24) 2003: 103 (2-2) 25 (34-29) 2002: 532 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $2. earned his biggest title at Paris*. 13 with personal-best 48 match wins despite not winning a title…In ’05. Roland Garros. 1 Federer (saved 1 M. Quarterfinalist: San Jose.96m) Residence: Monte-Carlo. Toronto*. 8 on July 5…Played most tournaments among Top 10 (24)…Went 25-21 on hard. 14-4 on clay and 6-1 on grass and 6-10 vs.509. finished as his country’s top player for first time at No. 4 Murray in 4th Rd. is a doctor…Began playing at age five at tennis center in hometown of Valasske Mezirici (pop. 30. since all of them are tennis fans and have on several occasions come to Prostejov to play…Favorite surface is hard court and his strengths are forehand and serve…Coached by Tomas Krupa (since January 2009). won 18-under national title in Parovbice. CAREER IN REVIEW The Czech has six straight Top 25 seasons and is 5-6 in finals…In ’06. 2006 – Halle(G). FINALIST (6): 2010 – Miami*(H). Semifinalist: Brisbane. 10 Ljubicic in five sets)…In ’04. 3 Djokovic (SF) before falling to Nadal in final…First Czech in Wimbledon final since Lendl in ‘87…Jumped from 13 to No. 1 Federer. Singles Finalist: Miami*. 2004 – Palermo(CL). Czech Height: 6’5” (1. to No. 6 without title since Tim Henman in ‘04… Only Top 10 player to not win ‘10 title…Finalist at Miami* and Wimbledon.122. to Dent)…Has a 24-11 Davis Cup record (14-10 in singles) in 17 ties…Led country to final in ’09 (l. to Federer)…Beat No. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-6) AUS. his first in a Grand Slam…Advanced to six QFs. won first title in Palermo (d. to Spain). including Martin Straka. Mumbai(H). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 12-7 10-7 20-7 14-8 10 09 2ND 4TH SF 1ST RUP 4TH 1ST 3RD 09 2ND RUP 4TH 3RD 1ST 2ND 1ST — 2ND QF 1ST 3RD QF 3RD 3RD 3RD 2ND 10 QF 08 4TH 2ND 3RD 1ST 08 2ND SF — — 2ND 2ND 2ND — 3RD 07 4TH 1ST QF 4TH 07 2ND 3RD SF QF 2ND 1ST 3RD — 3RD 06 2ND 4TH 4TH 4TH 06 4TH 3RD 2ND 3RD SF QF 1ST — QF 05 1ST 2ND 3RD 3RD 05 3RD 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 2ND — 04 2ND 1ST 1ST 4TH 03 — — — 2ND BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 72-52) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 7-6 MIAMI 13-6 MONTE-CARLO 8-6 ROME 6-5 MADRID 5-6 TORONTO/MONTREAL 7-6 CINCINNATI 8-6 SHANGHAI 3-2 PARIS 13-5 04 — — 1ST — 1ST — — — WON — CAREER 1-2 10 RR PERSONAL Father. FINALIST (1). Volandri) and reached QF at Athens Olympics (d. Munich. 6-6 (doubles). Jaromir Jagr and Dominik Hasek. CAREER TITLES (5): 2009 – Munich(CL). Doubles Finalist: Washington(w/Stepanek). was a train engineer. No. Wimbledon. 2005 – Paris*(IC). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). losing in five to Soderling…At Wimbledon defeated six-time champion Federer (QF) and No. mother. 2008 – Tokyo(H).000)…Won national 12-under junior title. Monaco Weight: 200 (90kg) Career Win-Loss: 262-168 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $7. Wimbledon(G). beating five consecutive seeds (Coria.577.P. Gaudio.). 2010 IN REVIEW The top Czech had first Top 10 season…Debuted at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (1-2 in round robin)…First Czech Top 10 finish since Jiri Novak (No. 8 Roddick)…Reached first Grand Slam SF at Roland Garros (d. to Nadal) and Toronto* (l. l.509. where Ivan Lendl once won…Fan of ice hockey and follows Detroit Red Wings…Has met many of Czech players from NHL and 1998 Olympic gold medal team. 2007 – Halle(G). its first since ‘80. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 54 (April 10. Hana.). then moved to Prostejov for more practice partners and better coaching…Won 14-under nationals…At 16. Martin. 44 . Stepanek and No.TOMAS BERDYCH (CZE) Birthdate: September 17.

418. posted biggest win of his career over No. Benneteau)…In June. reached his first ATP QF in Umag (l. to Simon)…Reached a career-high ranking of No. to Gonzalez)… Earned a career-high $236. 6 Davydenko)…In ’07. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-0) AUS. 4-1 (doubles) Challenger: 57-22 (singles). 74…In ’08.522 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Florencia) and two brothers (Nicolas. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 66 (3-3) 2009: 255 (0-0) 2008: 153 (3-16) 2007: 74 (11-15) 2004: 210 (0-0) 2006: 130 (5-17) 2003: 307 (0-0) 2005: 97 (0-1) 2002: 297 (0-0) 2001: 660 (0-0) 2000:T959 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $144. Argentina Height: 6’0” (1. 18 Ferrero on grass in ‘sHertogenbosch (l.CARLOS BERLOCQ (ARG) Birthdate: February 3. mother. ATPWORLDTOUR. Top 10: 0-4 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 66 (November 5. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). Matches won-lost: ATP: 3-3 (singles). Doubles Winner: Stuttgart(w/Schwank). 2010 IN REVIEW The Argentine finished in Top 100 for first time in three years…Worked his way back up by winning 57 matches and three titles on Challenger circuit…His best ATP World Tour result was QF in Costa do Sauipe as a qualifier in February…Won Challenger titles in Tudi (d. won first ATP World Tour title in Stuttgart (w/ countryman Schwank). to Riba)…In doubles. CAREER IN REVIEW The veteran Argentine has played primarily on Challenger level throughout his pro career.970. 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Chascomus. Amadeo is a hairdresser…Comes from one of the biggest families on ATP circuit with three sisters (Mara. Gimeno-Traver) and Reggio Emilia (d. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-2 1-3 0-3 0-2 CAREER 0-2 1-2 10 — — — 1ST 08 1ST 1ST 08 1ST 1ST 1ST — 06 1ST 2ND 07 — 2ND 1ST 1ST 06 1ST 1ST 1ST — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 1-4) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI PERSONAL Full name is Carlos Alberto Berlocq…Began playing at age four…Nicknamed Charlie…Father. Fernanda. to Wessels)…Repeated his QF effort from previous season in Umag and in September advanced to his first ATP SF in Bucharest (l. Carlos is an electrian. 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 80 (June 18. 3615 (doubles).COM 45 . to Phau) and Cancun (l. 66 on Nov.83m) Residence: Buenos Aires. Andujar) while runner-up at Alessandria (l. Granollers) San Benedetto (d. “It would be a dream to have a charity foundation” later in his career…Favorite surfaces are clay and hard and considers volley his best shot… Coached by countryman Wally Grinovero. opened season with QF in Viña del Mar and later won his first Grand Slam match at Roland Garros (d. Guillermo)…Says. reached QF in Viña del Mar (l . 5 that year and finished in Top 100 for first time at No. to No. FINALIST (1). Singles Quarterfinalist: Costa do Sauipe. compiling a 210-111 match record and capturing nine titles in 17 finals…He lost his first seven ATP World Tour matches before registering his first win in Miami* over Young in ’06…In August that year. Argentina Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 22-52 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $960.

is a real estate manager and inventor for experimental kits. 42 during season…Began with QF in Chennai (l. reached four ATP World Tour QFs and won four Challenger titles…Captured first ATP doubles title (w/Schuettler) in Munich and runner-up in Stuttgart (w/Zverev)…In ’09. 74 with a 24-14 mark in Challengers and three titles…Qualified six times on ATP World Tour and overall had 5-8 record…Has never advanced past the second round of a Grand Slam (five times won a round)…Has an 0-2 Davis Cup record in two ties. CAREER IN REVIEW The German finished in Top 100 for first time in ‘07 at No. FINALIST (2). to Cilic) in February…In Dubai.828. to Haider-Maurer) in October…Compiled marks of 18-20 on hard and 2-7 on clay…Earned a career-high $508. 46 . 3-10 (doubles). 1-1 (doubles). Matches won-lost: ATP: 20-28 (singles). Dubai. climbing 96 ranking spots from previous season… Reached first ATP SF in Moscow (d. Top 10: 2-12 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 42 (May 24. mother.MICHAEL BERRER (GER) Birthdate: July 1. Barbara. to Mathieu) and two QFs (‘s-Hertogenbosch. Challenger: 7-1 (singles). to Nadal)…Did not win back-to-back matches until SF in Vienna (l. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). favorite football team is his hometown VfB Stuttgart…Most memorable moment in tennis was winning Heilbronn Challenger in 2007 since it’s close from where he lives and a lot of friends and family were there to support him…Considers favorite surface indoor hard courts and serve his best shot… Elected to two year term to ATP Player Council in June 2008. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-3) AUS. 58 and won a personal-best 20 matches after reaching a career-high No. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 134 (March 2. No. Singles Finalist: Zagreb. Quarterfinalist: Chennai. advanced to QF and posted his first Top 10 win over No. 1980 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Stuttgart. 17 Youzhny.912 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. finished at No. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 3-4 0-2 1-4 1-5 10 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 10 1ST 2ND 3RD 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 09 2ND — — 1ST 09 2ND — — — — — — — 08 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 08 1ST 2ND — — — — — — 07 1ST — 2ND 2ND 06 — — 1ST 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 6-12) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-3 MIAMI 2-2 MONTE-CARLO 2-1 ROME 0-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 1-1 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 0-1 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age seven…Father. Germany Weight: 220 (99kg) Career Win-Loss: 51-84 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1. is a housewife. Los Angeles) while compiling a 30-11 Challenger record with one title…In ’08. 2010 IN REVIEW The Stuttgart native finished a year-end best No. Manfred. 6 Davydenko. older sister Christine is a school teacher…Parents follow every match on line…Follows football closely. Germany Height: 6’4” (1. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 58 (20-28) 2007: 57 (13-12) 2004: 228 (0-1) 2009: 74 (5-8) 2006: 153 (4-11) 2003: 329 (0-0) 2008: 133 (8-22) 2005: 127 (1-2) 2002: 341 (0-0) 2001: 504 (0-0) 1998:T881 (0-0) 2000: 624 (0-0) 1999: 640 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $508. to Baghdatis)…Made Monte-Carlo* 3rd RD (l.828. 57. who retired in 2nd RD (l.93m) Residence: Stuttgart. to Wawrinka) and clinched Challenger title at Heilbronn (d.543. CAREER FINALIST (1): 2010 – Zagreb(IH). l. Semifinalist: Vienna. Golubev) a week before reaching his first ATP World Tour final in Zagreb (l.

2002 (w/Likhovseva). PERSONAL Full name is Mahesh Shrinivas Bhupathi…Played at the University of Mississippi from 1994-95. including back-to-back 56 win seasons in ‘02–03…In ’01. advanced to SF in Toronto*. won third Slam title at Roland Garros (w/Paes)…Alltime with Paes. ATPWORLDTOUR. 1998) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (April 26. Finalist: Miami*. 1 has been one of the most consistent performers over past decade on ATP World Tour…In first two years on ATP World Tour in ‘97-98. they beat No. 26. to MurrayMurray) and followed with title in Paris*…Closed with runner-up at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. including four ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events…They captured their lone title at ATP Masters 1000 Paris* (d. Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. India Height: 6’1” (1. Mixed Champion .2001 (w/Paes). final in Cincinnati * (l. 1999 (w/Paes). including a year-end best No.2004 (w/Mirnyi). 08-09 w/Knowles. Ram) in final week of regular season…Has won at least one ATP title for 14 straight years (since 1997)…After a slow start (1-4). Monte-Carlo*. MONTE-CARLO: Champion . FINALIST (39).2010 (w/Mirnyi). 2002 (w/Mirnyi). ROLAND GARROS: Champion . Finalist . he and Paes received India’s highest honor. HAMBURG: Champion . Valencia.004.MAHESH BHUPATHI (IND) Birthdate: June 7.2001. 1999 (w/Sugiyama). Finalist 2008 (w/Knowles). England Weight: 195 (88kg) Career DoublesWin-Loss: 595-297 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5. to No.85m) Residence: Mumbai. Finalist . to Bryan-Bryan) and SF in New Haven…In November. 2008 (w/Knowles).2009 (w/Mirza). 2008 (w/Knowles). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (46). 1 Bryan-Bryan in QFs before the Indian native retired with left leg injury in second set of final vs. New Haven(all w/Mirnyi). 1998 (w/Paes). 1999) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 6 (34-21) 2007: 21 (29-19) 2004: 7 (53-22) 2009: 7 (39-21) 2006: 30 (23-21) 2003: 4 (56-22) 2008: 6 (45-24) 2005: 19 (36-22) 2002: 4 (56-21) 2001: 6 (46-19) 1998: 3 (55-18) 1995:151 (4-4) 2000: 39 (28-21) 1997: 11 (45-15) 1994: 299 (0-0) 1999: 2 (40-16) 1996: 105 (4-10) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $411. collecting his fourth Slam title at ’02 US Open (w/Mirnyi)…Also owns 13 ATP Masters 1000 titles…His 46 titles have come with 13 different partners. 1 on April 26 that year…Also has won at least 50 matches four times. Nestor-Zimonjic…Did not win backto-back matches again until Wimbledon (3rd RD)…In August. Mixed Champion . earned a career-high $618. 2 in ‘99 when he teamed with Paes to reach finals of all four Grand Slams (first duo to do that since ‘52)…Won titles at Roland Garros and Wimbledon and ranked No. WIMBLEDON: Champion . Cincinnati*. the Padma Shri. Matches won-lost: ATP: 34-21 (doubles) Challenger: 0-1 (doubles).1997 (w/Hiraki). reached fourth final of season in Valencia (l. 2007 (w/Vizner). they turned things around by advancing to final in Miami* where they dropped only one set en route to title match before falling to Dlouhy-Paes in straight sets…In their next tournament in Monte-Carlo*. 1997 (w/Paes). DOUBLES (4-5 in Finals).388.412.1999 (w/Paes). 2001. has a 223-81 match record and are 23-10 in finals. Knowles-A. 2 Nestor-Zimonjic). including three Grand Slam titles…From ‘02–04 won five titles in each of those years. including 23 with Paes…A member of the Indian Davis Cup team since ‘95 and has a 34-20 career record in 34 ties (26-6 in doubles)…In ’99. PARIS: Champion 2010 (w/Mirnyi).2003 (w/Mirnyi).2010 (w/Mirnyi). Finalist 2010 (w/Mirnyi).2005 (w/Pierce). Finalist . won personal-best six titles each season with countryman Paes…Has finished in Top 10 seven times. 1999 (w/Paes). 2006 (w/Hingis). CINCINNATI: Finalist . 2004. Mixed Champion . GRAND SLAM HISTORY BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 19-19 10 09 RUP SF 08 RR 04 RR 03 RR 01 RR 00 99 98 RUP RUP RR 97 RUP (10 w/Mirnyi. CAREER IN REVIEW The Indian doubles specialist and former World No.2009 (w/Knowles). Semifinalist: Toronto*. 1974 Turned Pro: 1995 Birthplace: Madras.COM 47 . MIAMI: Finalist .2005 (w/Hantuchova). 97-01 w/Paes) ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* DOUBLES (4-5 in Finals). MONTREAL/TORONTO: Champion . 03-04 w/Mirnyi.2009 (w/Knowles).1998 (w/Paes). at a ceremony in New Delhi (India’s equivalent of the American Medal of Honor or the British Knighthood)…The Padma Shri is awarded to Indian citizens in recognition of their distinguished service to the nation…Won gold medal in doubles in Asian Games in December 2006 (w/Paes). AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Finalist .2002 (w/Gambill). US OPEN: 2002 (w/Mirnyi). India/London.2003 (w/Mirnyi).2003 (w/Mirnyi). STUTTGART: Finalist . earning singles and doubles All-America honors in ‘95…Teamed with Ali Hamadeh to win the NCAA doubles championship in ‘95 and finished as the No. 2010 IN REVIEW The veteran Indian reunited with Mirnyi for first time since ‘04 and qualified for their third year-end championship together (‘03-04)…They reached six finals. Doubles Winner: Paris*. 1999 (w/Paes).860 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 46/39 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 217 (February 2. Finalist 2009 (w/Knowles). 1998 (w/Paes). 3 in singles…On Mar. Mixed Champion . 1 player in doubles and No. ROME: Champion .

slipped during practice session on May 6 and hit net post. Thomas. CAREER IN REVIEW Had nine straight Top 100 seasons (‘01–09)…In ’06. (passed away in July ‘04) and mother. Tennis Masters CupShanghai(IH). 2003) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010:135 (15-17) 2007: 13 (54-24) 2004: 94 (15-13) 2001: 74 (13-9) 1998:682 (0-1) 2009: 44 (24-21) 2006: 4 (59-25) 2003: 37 (32-26) 2000: 212 (0-4) 2008: 10 (47-24) 2005: 24 (35-21) 2002: 28 (36-24) 1999: 262 (1-4) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $265. Florida. New Haven(H). a former AllAmerican at Harvard. 2009) after parting ways with long-time mentor Brian Barker (since age 12) after US Open. to No. 15 on New York Times Best Seller list…Holds annual charity event that since 2003 has raised more than $3 million for cancer research. and his father. Martin) 48 . Bangkok(IH). had year-end best No. Memorial Research Fund to help support cancer research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering…Hit home runs in batting practice at Major League Baseball stadiums in Miami and Houston…Named Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of Year in 2008…Coached by former ATP pro Kelly Jones (since Sept. 2005 – Washington(H). then ended year early…Has a 21-12 career Davis Cup record (18-11 in singles) in 17 ties since ‘01 and member of winning team in ’07…Earned a career-best $1.J. 2003 – Long Island(H). 2006 – Sydney(H). CAREER TITLES (10): 2007 – Sydney(H). to Federer) and afterwards broke into Top 10 for first time on Mar. Indianapolis(H). Delray Beach. Doubles Semifinalist: Brisbane(w/Roddick). USA Height: 6’1” (1. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-13) AUS. London / Queen’s Club(G). 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 31 (March 31. 2005 – New Haven(H). DOUBLES (1-0 in finals): CINCINNATI Champion . Stockholm(IH). USA Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 331-213 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $7. 6-6 (doubles). Los Angeles. Matches won-lost: ATP: 15-17 (singles). 2002 – Memphis(IH). Top 10: 18-50 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 4 (November 20. London / Queen’s Club(G). Betty. a condition affecting hearing and visionary senses and causing temporary paralysis on one side of his face…Tried to play two events. beat No. Atlanta(w/Isner). Las Vegas(H). Stockholm. 4 ranking (first African-American to finish in Top 4 since Arthur Ashe in ‘75)…Won a personal-best 59 matches and five titles…Finalist at Tennis Masters Cup (l.2002 (w/ T. diagnosed with severe scoliosis (curvature of spine).85m) Residence: Tampa.262 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 10/14 Career Win-Loss vs. where he trains at Saddlebrook Academy…Lists Arthur Ashe as role model…Inspired to pursue tennis after Ashe spoke to the Harlem Junior Tennis Program when he was a student in the program from ages 5-10…Played two seasons at Harvard (‘98–99) before turning pro… Finished as No. 1 Federer at Beijing Olympics (l. Thomas. released book co-authored by Andrew Friedman “Breaking Back: How I Lost Everything and Won Back My Life” and reached No. 2010 IN REVIEW The American finished outside Top 100 for first time since ‘00…Reached four QFs during season…Skipped majority of clay season due to a right knee injury…Best Grand Slam was 3rd RD at US Open. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 21-9 6-7 7-8 22-10 CAREER 3-2 10 2ND — 1ST 3RD 06 RUP 09 4TH 1ST 1ST 3RD 08 QF 2ND 2ND 3RD 07 4TH 1ST 3RD 4TH 06 3RD 3RD 3RD QF 05 2ND 2ND 1ST QF 04 4TH — — — 03 4TH 2ND 2ND 3RD 02 2ND 2ND 2ND 3RD 01 — — — 2ND 99 — — — 1ST BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY* ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* CAREER W-L: 73-60 BEST RESULT: RUP (Cincinnati ‘07. FINALIST (2). Indian Wells ‘06) PERSONAL Full name is James Riley Blake…Began playing tennis at age five with older brother. 20…In ’08. Comeback Player of the Year…In May ’04 at Rome. 1 collegiate player in country after his sophomore season despite losing in ‘99 NCAA singles final to Jeff Morrison of Florida…Voted to ATP Player Council in June 2006 and served as Vice President…In July 2007. Newport(G). 2007 – Delray Beach(H).044. 1 Federer)…Reached first ATP Masters 1000 final in Indian Wells* (l. Cincinnati*(H). 2006 – Indian Wells*(H). Henry…The school renamed its tennis courts in Blake’s honor in 2006…In 1999 moved to Tampa. who was raised in England…Has three half-brothers and one-half sister…At 13. which forced him to wear a back brace 18 hours a day…Attended Fairfield (Conn. Los Angeles(H). Singles Quarterfinalist: Brisbane. to Djokovic in bronze medal match)…In ‘05. New York.) High School along with GRAMMY Award winner John Mayer and PGA Tour pro J.885.JAMES BLAKE (USA) Birthdate: December 28.295 in ’06. Fla. 1979 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Yonkers. 2002 – Washington(H). Houston(CL). 2008 – Delray Beach(H). FINALIST (14): 2009 – Estoril(CL). fracturing vertebrae in his neck that kept him out of action until July…Then fell ill with Zoster. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). Stockholm(IH). past participants have included John Mayer and Boyd Tinsley of Dave Matthews Band…Founded Thomas Blake Sr.894.

42-24 (doubles) Challenger: 9-3 (doubles). C. to eventual champs Melzer-Petzschner)…During summer hard court circuit. went 2-4. US Open. Amritraj) and Mumbai (w/Ghouse)…Has a 5-13 career singles record on tour and 10-16 career mark in Davis Cup competition (8-14 in singles) in 14 ties. adventure sports. Petersburg(w/Qureshi). finished No. 6 in ATP Team Rankings…In October. FINALIST (12). Malika. 1 Bryans in QF before losing to Fish-Knowles…Then prior to US Open.2010 (w/Qureshi). mother.91m) Residence: Bangalore. 2010 IN REVIEW The Indian native teamed with Pakistani Qureshi to form Indo-Pak Express…They captured their first ATP World Tour title together in Johannesburg in February (d. India Weight: 191 (86kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 78-62 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $696.COM 49 . Krishna Bhupathi…Favorite surface is grass and favorite tournament is Wimbledon…Favorite player growing up was Stefan Edberg…Hobbies include golf. is coffee planter. raised money for physically handicapped children at Opportunity School in Coorg…Part-owns a bar “CIRRUS” with friends in Bangalore…Made his Davis Cup debut for India versus Australia in September 2002…With Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi is nicknamed "The Indo-Pak Express"…In June 2010. living in Bombay…Has trained with Mahesh Bhupathi’s father. advanced to first ATP World Tour QF in Newport (d. reached back-to-back SFs in Los Angeles (l.G. Matches won-lost: ATP: 2-4 (singles).018 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 2/12 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 213 (July 23. won four Challenger titles in a row with Qureshi and was runner-up in Mumbai (w/Qureshi)…In singles. St. 2010) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 16 (42-24) 2009: 83 (10-12) 2008: 67 (16-17) 2007: 73 (5-5) 2006: 114 (5-2) 2005: 307 (0-0) 2004: 664 (0-0) 2003: 212 (0-1) 2002: 317 (0-1) 2001: 541 (0-0) 2000: 740 (0-0) 1999: 832 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $289. Amritraj)…In ’07. Los Angeles. Petersburg (w/Mirnyi)…In singles. Doubles Winner: Johannesburg(w/Qureshi). led India to '11 Davis Cup World Group by winning fifth and decisive match against Brazil's Mello in straight sets…Earned a career-high $289. M. Petersburg but again fell in two-breaks against Italian duo Bracciali-Starace…During season won most Match Tie-breaks on ATP World Tour with 16-3 record…Served as alternates for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London…In singles. did not drop a set en route to first Grand Slam final. Washington(w/Qureshi).ROHAN BOPANNA (IND) Birthdate: March 4. 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 13 (November 15. Fish. Pedersen)…In ’06. Thailand…In 2010. reached final in New Haven (l. is housewife…Has older sister. captured his first ATP World Tour title in Los Angeles (w/Butorac)…Also advanced to 3rd RD at Wimbledon (w/R. to Lindstedt-Tecau)…In Flushing Meadows. l. jumped from No.434.434. to Lindstedt-Tecau) and Nice (l. CAREER IN REVIEW The Indian doubles specialist has an 11-9 career record in Challenger finals. Nice. and Moodie-Norman in QFs before falling to World No. PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 11 because his father wanted him to pursue an individual sport. including US Open…In April. to Melo-Soares)…On grass. Atlanta(w/Vliegen). Beck-Levy) and advanced to five other finals. runner-up on home soil in Chennai (w/P. 83 and partnered with Qureshi to win three Challenger titles…Also runner-up in San Jose (w/Nieminen)…In ’08.US Open: Finalist . advanced to title match in St. four hours from Bangalore. Bopanna. Ram)…Reached finals in Newport (w/Qureshi) and St. began taking tennis seriously aged 19…Father. Semifinalist: Marseille(w/Coetzee). was named a "Champion for Peace" by 'Peace and Sport'. watching Bollywood movies…Favorite holiday destination is Koh Samui. ATPWORLDTOUR. advanced to QFs at Wimbledon (l. defeating No. to Bryans) and Washington. India Height: 6’3” (1. 15 to No. to P. New Haven. Finalist: Casablanca. K. 1 Bryan brothers in two tie-breaks…Afterwards. Rashmi. won Dublin Challenger title (d.G. who lives in Coorg. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). a neutral international organization under the High Patronage of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco…Earned ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of Year (w/Qureshi) in 2010 and recipient of 2010 Excellence Award at GQ India Men of the Year ceremony in September. advanced to final in Casablanca (l. including a 2-2 mark in Davis Cup play…In September. including an 8-4 mark with Qureshi…In ‘09. defeating Nestor-Zimonjic in 3rd Rd. GRAND SLAM HISTORY DOUBLES (0-1 in finals) . 1980 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Bangalore.

42 No. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 154 (May 19. works at an insurance company. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-1 0-3 3-1 0-1 10 1ST 1ST 4TH 1ST 09 — 1ST — — 08 — 1ST — — PERSONAL Full name is Daniel Fabian Brands…Father. 2010 Nov. mother.085 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Matches won-lost: ATP: 9-19 (singles). to Mathieu)…Compiled a 35-23 mark in Challengers with one title…In ’08. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2) AUS. 92 DATE May 24. 2010 50 . Philip and Julian…Considers serve as best part of his game and favorite surface is clay and hard courts…Enjoys playing and watching football and hockey…Considers best moment of his career reaching SF at Munich in May 2009 and the third round in Hamburg in July 2009… Players he admired growing up were Pete Sampras. 6. 7 Simon (l. Goran Ivanisevic and Roger Federer…Future goal is to reach Top 30…Coached by countryman Markus Wislsperger. 1-3 (doubles) Challenger: 13-7 (singles).96m) Residence: Deggendorf. Ingrid. to Youzhny)…Also reached 3rd RD in Hamburg. 2010 July 5. 66 No. to Acasuso) in April…Finished with 13-7 mark in Challengers and 9-19 on ATP World Tour… Earned a career high $294. Karl-Bernd. Singles Quarterfinalist: Bangkok. to Tursunov)…In ’07. posting his first Top 10 win over No. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 104 (9-19) 2009: 92 (7-5) 2008: 152 (1-4) 2007: 216 (1-1) 2006: 543 (0-0) 2005: 706 (0-0) 2004:T1109 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $294. Germany Weight: 203 (92kg) Career Win-Loss: 18-29 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $608. 152 Qualified for his first Grand Slam at Roland Garros (l. Simon. 0-2 (doubles). 66 No. 92. 2010 Dec.991. to compatriot Greul). Top 10: 2-2 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 66 (July 5. to Haase) and Almaty Challenger (l. defeating de Bakker before falling to Becker…Won Monza Challenger title (d.DANIEL BRANDS (GER) Birthdate: July 17. climbed to a career-high No. went 29-16 in Challengers and captured his first title at Timisoara to finish in Top 200 for first time at No. CAREER IN REVIEW The German broke through to finish in Top 100 for first time in ‘09 at No. is a housewife…Has three older brothers. 2010 IN REVIEW The German finished in Top 110 for second straight year highlighted by Grand Slam-best 4th RD at Wimbledon (l. Andujar) and reached final in Tunis (l. to eventual finalist Berdych)…Afterwards. 66 on July 5…Also reached QF in Bangkok. GERMANS REACH NEW HEIGHTS Daniel Brands was one of four Germans to reach a career high ranking in the Top 100 of the South African Airways ATP Rankings during 2010: PLAYER Michael Berrer Tobias Kamke Daniel Brands Dustin Brown CAREER HIGH No. reaching his first ATP World Tour SF on home soil in Munich (l. 22. reached finals at Wolfsburg Challenger (l. Germany Height: 6’5” (1. 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Deggendorf.991.

CAREER IN REVIEW The German native jumped 350 spots in ‘09 to be finish at No. Bryan in 1st RD…Did not play another ATP main draw until February ‘10 in Johannesburg. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 53 (November 29. lived there until August 1996. 93 PLAYER Denis Istomin (UZB) Alexandr Dolgopolov (UKR) Mikhail Kukushkin (KAZ) Kevin Anderson (RSA) Robin Haase (NED) Tobias Kamke (NED) Lukasz Kubot (POL) Pablo Andujar (ESP) Pere Riba (ESP) Illya Marchenko (KAZ) Brian Dabul (ARG) Michal Przysiezny (POL) Richard Berankis (LTU) Ivan Dodig (CRO) Marsel Ilhan (TUR) Dustin Brown (GER) Rui Machado (POR) PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age five…Nicknamed “Dreddy” because of his dreadlocked hair…Speaks German. 144 with successful Futures and Challengers results…Had an 1-2 Futures finals mark and 1-4 in Challengers. Matches won-lost: ATP: 6-10 (singles). 70 No. to F. 40-17 (doubles). to Brands) and Aachen (l. highlighted by a pair of ATP World Tour QFs in Johannesburg (d.487. to Sergeyev) in August and in last two weeks of season in Eckental (l. 85 No. when he moved to Jamaica to begin his pro career…In October 2010. 61 No. Ram)…Played in 113 Futures events (five Challengers) from ‘02–08…He compiled a 152-116 match record in Futures (3-8 in finals)…From April ’02-May ’03. 81 No. to Dabul) in July… Compiled a 29-21 match record in Challenger level play and won two titles. Inge.239 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. played his first 29 Futures in Jamaica before going overseas…Qualified for his first ATP World Tour event in Newport in July ’03 and lost to B. Newport. Sijsling) in November…In doubles.96m) Residence: Montego Bay. captured first ATP World Tour title in Metz (w/Wassen)…Went 6-3 in Challenger doubles finals…Earned a career-high $228. winning first title in Samarkand. in Johannesburg (d. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). 86 No. Montpellier(w/Wassen). 59 No.COM 51 . is German…He has two half-brothers. 2010 IN REVIEW The German finished in Top 100 for first time in his career at No. 92. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 92 (6-10) 2009: 144 (0-0) 2008: 499 (0-0) 2007: 456 (0-0) 2006: 563 (0-0) 2005: 636 (0-0) 2004: T810 (0-0) 2003: 529 (0-1) 2002: 736 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $228. Leroy. to Robert) in February and Newport (d. Van der Merwe) in April and Aachen (d. Mayer) in May. 1984 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Celle. 88 No. 65 No. to R. Germany Height: 6’5” (1. Top 10: 0-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 92 (December 6. English and Jamaican…Born in Germany. Chiudinelli. Almaty (l. 19 Querrey.487. No.DUSTIN BROWN (GER) Birthdate: December 8. 67 No. l. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-0) WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-1 1-1 10 1ST 2ND TOP 100 BREAKTHROUGHS In 2010. 90 No. 72 No. changed his nationality to German in rankings…His father. 71 No. Doubles Winner: Metz(w/Wassen). Steve and Dean…Favorite surface is grass and considers serve and forehand his best shots…Idol growing up was Marat Safin…Most inspirational people in his life are his parents…Parents bought him a camper van which he used to drive around Europe between 2004–07… Had no coach for several years but since ‘10 US Open has been working with Daniel Puttkammer. Jamaica Weight: 172 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 6-11 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $335. 92 No. Uzbekistan in August…Also runner-up in Karlsruhe (l. 87 No. is Jamaican and his mother. Semifinalist: Gstaad(w/Bastl). 9-4 (doubles) Challenger: 29-21 (singles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Johannesburg. l. 48 No. ATPWORLDTOUR. Dustin Brown was one of 17 players to finish in the Top 100 of the South Arican Airways ATP Rankings for the first time in their respective career (in ranking order): RANKING No. 40 No.

picked up their ninth Grand Slam title and third US Open trophy without dropping a set.504. Nestor-Zimonjic) to draw level with Woodbridge-Woodforde’s 61 tour-level titles…Won all three doubles rubbers for U. at ATP World Team Championships in Düsseldorf…In next two Grand Slam tournaments. 2003) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 1 (67-13) 2007: 1 (77-9) 2004: 4 (64-17) 2001: 22 (45-23) 1998: 174 (6-6) 1995: 1200 (0-1) 2009: 1 (68. 1 for a record sixth time in past eight years. won bronze medal (d. California. Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London.000 from their Foundation to Qureshi's Foundation to help the victims of the Pakistan floods…Then repeated title in Beijing (d. at Roland Garros and QF at Wimbledon…On August 1.143. highlighted by an 11-0 mark in finals…In January at Australian Open. Toronto*. 1978 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Camarillo.970. 2000) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (September 8. Paris*. Fyrstenberg-Matkowski) and their career-best 20-match winning streak came to an end in SFs in Shanghai* (l. ’09)…In ’09.275.146 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 69/39 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 246 (October 16.18) 2006: 1 (66-14) 2003: 2 (53-21) 2000: 62 (18-17) 1997: 635 (1-7) 2008: 3 (65-18) 2005: 1 (58-18) 2002: 7 (67-21) 1999: 64 (15-15) 1996: 654 (1-4) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1. Marx-Zelenay) and became first team in Open Era to register 600 match wins…During spring clay-court swing. 2000) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (September 8. USA Weight: 202 (91kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 658-221 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $7. lost in 2nd Rd. to Bopanna-Qureshi) before winning Toronto* (d. Huss-Moodie). Monte-Carlo*. became first team to finish No. defeated rivals Nestor-Zimonjic in three sets to clinch their fourth title in Melbourne…In February. Matches won-lost: ATP: 67-13 (as doubles team). Florida. USA Weight: 192 (87kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 671-223 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $7. to Melzer-Paes)…Won fourth career title in Basel…Closed with SF at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London. then lifted Rome* trophy (d. Rome*. Los Angeles. Hamburg*. picked up their sixth Los Angeles title and a record-breaking 62nd team title in their 100th final (62-38 record) with three-set win over Butorac-Rojer…Following week reached QF in Washington (l. Madrid*.BOB BRYAN (USA) Birthdate: April 29. Shanghai*) and have captured three year-end championship titles (‘03–04. capping off with two tie-breaks win over No. US Open. 1978 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Camarillo. Dlouhy-Paes)…Mike won Davis Cup SF vs. they repeated title in Delray Beach (d. Basel. 1 finishes with five and closed year by winning Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London. their seven title of season…In ’08 at Beijing Olympics. 2010 IN REVIEW The American twins finished No.069 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 67/38 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 116 (November 13. Cincinnati*.93m) Residence: Wesley Chapel. Doubles Winner: Australian Open. Delray Beach. repeated Houston title (d. Beijing. Spain with Fish (Bob out with shoulder injury)…Played against each other in Wimbledon mixed doubles final with Bob and Samantha Stosur defeating Mike and Katarina Srebotnik…In ’07. USA Height: 6’3” (1. Roland Garros (once). Paris*…Did not play year-end 52 . tied Woodbridge-Woodforde for most year-end No. Benneteau-Llodra)…Their fine run of form continued at Cincinnati* with a title over Bhupathi-Mirnyi…At US Open. California. 16 seeds Bopanna-Qureshi…Bob became first player to win mixed (w/Huber) and men's doubles title at the US Open since Kevin Curren in ‘82…They donated $10.S. Wimbledon (once) and US Open (three times)…They also have a 17-12 career mark in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 finals (winning all but Indian Wells*. Houston. Clement-Llodra) after a SF loss to eventual gold medalists Federer-Wawrinka…Won second US Open title (d. Florida. 1 four times in five years with a career-best 77-9 record… Won ATP-high and personal-best 11 titles in 15 finals…First team to win at least 10 titles in a season since Woodbridge-Woodforde (12 in ‘96)…Defended Australian Open title and advanced to Wimbledon final…Won career-best five Masters 1000 titles at Miami*. Semifinalist: Shanghai*.91m) Residence: Wesley Chapel.18) 2006: 1 (66-14) 2003: 2 (53-21) 2000: 63 (18-17) 1997: 635 (1-7) 2008: 3 (64-18) 2005: 1 (58-18) 2002: 8 (54-19) 1999: 64 (15-15) 1996: 654 (1-4) MIKE BRYAN (USA) Birthdate: April 29. Madrid*. 2003) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 1 (68-13) 2007: 1 (77-9) 2004: 4 (64-17) 2001: 23 (45-23) 1998: 174 (6-6) 1995: 1200 (0-1) 2009: 1 (68. CAREER IN REVIEW The American twins are the winningest doubles team in Open Era (since ‘68) with 67 titles in 105 finals… They have won most Grand Slam doubles crowns (nine) among active teams on ATP World Tour and have won all four Slam titles at least once at Australian Open (four times). USA Height: 6’4” (1.

national tennis coach.2009. 2008. Fleming-J. both teach tennis and began teaching their sons at age two…Wayne is a lawyer. 2003 (Bob w/Srebotnik).2009 (Bob w/Huber). finished No. 1 individually every week in season and first players to accomplish feat since Woodbridge in ‘96-97…In ’05. 2005. FINALIST (39) GRAND SLAM HISTORY *DOUBLES (9-8 in finals). 2006.2006.2006. 2007.2010. Santoro-Zimonjic)… First team in Open Era to appear in seven straight Grand Slam finals (previous record was five by WoodbridgeWoodforde)…Won 19-straight matches from Wimbledon until Cincinnati* final…Both ranked No. to first Davis Cup final (l. 1 and won five titles in 11 finals. ROLAND GARROS: Champion . 2003.2008.2009. speaker and has been named WTT Coach of the Year three times (Sacramento)…He is involved in various ATP Kids’ Days and clinics and emcee work on tour…Kathy (formerly Blake) was a former player on women’s circuit and played at Wimbledon four times. MADRID: Champion .2008 (Bob w/Stosur). CINCINNATI: Champion . captured first ATP Masters 1000 title in Toronto*…In ’01. ROME: Champion .2010.2010. 2005. to Courier-Woodbridge)…Bob has won seven Grand Slam mixed titles with six partners and Mike two mixed titles…As juniors. 2008 (Bob w/Azarenka).2006.2005.com Fans’ Favorite Team from ‘05-10 and ATP Doubles Team of Year in 2003. Casal-E.2009. Finalist . 2006 (Bob w/Navratilova). broke through to win titles in five finals and were first team of brothers to win four titles in a season (Gulliksons won three in ‘78 and ‘82)…In ’99.2008. 2003 (Mike w/Raymond). Wayne and Kathy. Finalist . FINALIST (38). became world’s first No. OPEN ERA TEAM TITLE LEADERS TEAM 1) B. reached first ATP final in Orlando (l. 13. saving six match points in two round robin matches…Broke Tim and Tom Gullikson’s record of 10 doubles titles by brothers…Made Davis Cup debut in World Group playoff tie in Slovakia…In ’02. Finalist . who is two minutes older… Parents. clinching final (vs. they would alternate defaulting to each other)…In juniors. AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Champion .finale due to Mike’s elbow injury…Both ranked No.COM TITLES 67 61 57 57 44 53 . Finalist . 2007. Bob won a rare “Triple Crown” of NCAA singles. 2005. TORONTO/MONTREAL: Champion .2008. including “Eight Simple Rules”…They participate in an annual Bryan Brothers Foundation Event to raise funds for kids in need in Ventura County and do other charity work and junior tennis clinics all over United States…Bob was named to ATP Player Council in June 2006…They have thrown out first pitch at New York Yankee games twice and at Los Angeles Dodger games three times…Also rang closing bell at New York Stock Exchange in February 2006…Their favorite bands are the Counting Crows and Dave Matthews Band…Voted ATPWorldTour. National Boys’ 18s in ‘95 and ‘96…They have posted a career 16-2 Davis Cup record and were part of winning team in ’07. Finalist . including US Open and U.2007. 2007.2007. INDIAN WELLS: Finalist .2006.2003. Woodbridge-M. highlighted by first US Open title…Second team in 50 years to reach all four Grand Slams finals in a season (Bhupathi-Paes in ‘99)…In ’04. compiled a 66-14 record and won seven titles in 10 finals…Won first Australian Open in third straight final… Runner-up at Roland Garros…Completed career Grand Slam with Wimbledon crown (d. BOB CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (67). 2005. doubles (w/Mike) and team titles…The Bryan Bros. 2004 (Bob w/Zvonareva). 1 sibling team with five titles in eight finals…Won first Grand Slam title at Roland Garros…Won Tennis Masters Cup. Band. ‘05-07. Bob ranked No. Boys’ 18s in ‘96…Brothers won well over 100 junior doubles titles.S. HAMBURG: Champion . McEnroe B. 2010 in Miami)…Coached by former ATP pro David Macpherson (since August 2005). US OPEN: Champion . with Bob on keyboards and Mike on drums and guitar. 2007.2010 (Bob w/Huber). 1 in U. Finalist . 1 individually every week throughout season…In ’06. Davis Cup history…Bob is 4-2 in singles (all dead rubbers). brothers forbidden to play each other in tournament play by parents (if they were to play each other. 2006. PERSONAL Bob’s full name is Robert Charles Bryan…Mike’s full name is Michael Carl Bryan.2010. 09 08 07 06 WON RUP DNP* RR 05 SF 04 03 01 WON WON RR ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* *DOUBLES (17-12 in finals). Mixed Champion . Finalist . Bryan-M. Michelle. WIMBLEDON: Champion . to Spain 3-2) since ‘97…In ’03. 2004.2010. Bryan 2) T. have held concerts at tournaments and charity events around the world…Provided music for ATP Doubles Revolution TV commercial and all original music for Tennis Channel program “No Strings” that they were profiled on…Released “Let It Rip” EP at ‘09 US Open. Finalist . Russia) to finish 4-0 that year…They are winningest team in U. McMillan 5) S.2010. MIKE CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (69).2009. Hewitt-F. 2006.2008. 2…Went 4-0 to help U. Woodforde 3) P. 2005. Mixed Champion . Finalist .S. 2002. 2003. musician. MONTE-CARLO: Champion . reaching mixed doubles QF in 1965…Played at Stanford University from 1997-98 and helped team to NCAA team titles both years…In ‘98. BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 18-7 10 SF *Qualified in 2007 but did not participate due to M.2003.S. featured among the twins in “Doubly Delicious” section of “Sexiest Man Alive” issue of People Magazine…They have appeared in various TV Sitcoms. 2002 (Mike w/Raymond). 2009. Mixed Champion . MIAMI: Champion . 2007. Sanchez ATPWORLDTOUR. featuring David Baron…Performed with the Counting Crows in Tampa in October 2008…In November 2006.S. ‘09-10…Bob Bryan (wife. won seven titles in 11 finals and defended Tennis Masters Cup title to finish No. Finalist . married Dec. Bryan injury. 2004.2008.

Matches won-lost: ATP: 26-29 (singles). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 58 (September 20. Stephanie.JEREMY CHARDY (FRA) Birthdate: February 12. Toronto*. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-1) AUS. to Monfils)…In doubles. jumped up 51 rankings spots to crack Top 100 at No. Guy. 6 Davydenko (l. mother. FINALIST (2). Singles Quarterfinalist: Delray Beach. Gstaad. to Djokovic)…In fall. CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman has continually climbed up rankings since his first ATP tournament in ‘07…He finished in Top 100 for first time in ’08 at No. Top 10: 3-11 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 31 (November 2. Hanescu)…Earlier in year reached first final in Johannesburg (l. Semifinalist: Moscow(w/Dlouhy). 17-18 (doubles) Challenger: 1-1 (singles). France Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 73-71 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. 32 that year and earned a career-high $676. 2010 IN REVIEW The Frenchman posted his second consecutive Top 50 season as he recorded a career-best ATP Masters 1000 result…Opened season 1-5 before reaching Delray Beach QF…Reached 3rd RD in Miami* and Wimbledon…On clay. France Height: 6’2” (1. first Top 10 win) before falling to Almagro…Afterwards. is a banker…Fan of Paris Saint-Germain football club…Idol growing up was Pete Sampras…Considers serve as best shot…Would like to be an actor after his tennis career…Physical trainer is Alain Jacquet and coached by countryman and former ATP pro Frederic Fontang. reached Roland Garros juniors final in ‘05 (w/Bubka). CAREER TITLES (1): 2009 – Stuttgart(CL). No. Haase in F) and finished runner-up at US Open juniors in ‘05 (l.710. reached 3rd RD in Hamburg and QF in Gstaad…Posted career-best ATP Masters 1000 result with QF in Toronto* by beating two consecutive Top 10s No. captured first ATP title in Brisbane (w/ Gicquel) and runner-up in Hamburg (w/ Mathieu). Maryse. 25 more than previous season. is a banker.785 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Doubles Winner: Brisbane(w/Gicquel).88m) Residence: Boeil-Bezing. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 45 (26-29) 2007: 188 (0-3) 2009: 32 (35-28) 2006: 262 (2-2) 2008: 73 (10-9) 2005: 577 (0-0) 2004:T1175 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $578.718. 7 Nalbandian in five sets. Finalist: Hamburg(w/Mathieu). won a personal-best 35 matches. Moscow) and a Grand Slam best 4th round appearance at Roland Garros (d. Bucharest. 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Pau. 3rd RD in Shanghai*…In doubles. 4 in world junior rankings in ‘05…In ‘04. reached QF in Bucharest and. won Eddie Herr International in Florida and SF at Wimbledon juniors (l. is a housewife…Older sister. 54 . to Sweeting)…Finished No. and broke through to capture his first ATP World Tour title in Stuttgart (d. is a French teacher and older brother Thierry. Young in SF. 94 on June 9…In ’09. as qualifier. FINALIST (1): 2009 – Johannesburg(H). 9 Verdasco and No. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-2 6-4 3-3 2-3 10 1ST 1ST 3RD 2ND 10 2ND 3RD 1ST 2ND 1ST QF 2ND 3RD — 09 2ND 3RD 1ST 1ST 09 3RD 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 2ND 3RD 1ST 1ST 08 — 4TH 2ND 2ND 08 — — — — — — — — 1ST 06 — 2ND — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 16-18) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-2 MIAMI 2-2 MONTE-CARLO 0-2 ROME 1-2 MADRID 1-2 TORONTO/MONTREAL 4-2 CINCINNATI 3-2 SHANGHAI 2-2 PARIS 0-2 PERSONAL Began playing at age six…Father. 73 with two ATP World Tour QF appearances (Gstaad.894…Captured Wimbledon junior Championships (d. to Tsonga)…Finished a yearend best No.

765 in ’07…His best result as a junior was winning Latin American Junior Championships. CAREER TITLES (6): 2010 – Houston(CL). Argentina Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 291-241 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5.432. 1979 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Buenos Aires. Felisa Rodriguez. 73 with 31-9 mark in Challengers and one title…Has an 8-5 Davis Cup singles record in nine ties since ‘00…Earned a career-high $987. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-8) AUS. 2001 – Bogota(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). won title in Bucharest (w/Kubot)… Compiled marks of 21-12 on clay and 7-11 on hard. Matches won-lost: ATP: 28-24 (singles). defeating No. Ferrero.91m) Residence: Buenos Aires. is a factory supervisor. equaling Slam best result and earned his fourth title in Acapulco (d. to Henman)…In ’07. won his fifth career title in Houston (d. served three-month doping suspension. Eugenia…Father. Costa) and hard court finals in Sydney (l. FINALIST (2). 14. captured third ATP title in Estoril (d.511. 2002 – Amersfoort(CL). ATPWORLDTOUR. Pedro Emir. Veronica Luz Alonso (married Nov. Kitzbühel(CL). FINALIST (5): 2006 – Acapulco(CL). is a housewife…Enjoys music of rock and roll group Los Redondos from Argentina…Favorite surface is clay…Wife.COM 55 . 2008)…Fitness trainer is Fernando Aguirre and coached by countryman Pablo Fuente (since February 2010). finished in Top 100 for first time at No. 2004) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 34 (May 17. Wimbledon(w/Schwank). Bucharest(CL). advanced to QFs at US Open. Semifinalist: Umag. 6 Kuerten in 2nd RD and Puerta in final…In ’01. 63 and won maiden ATP title in Mexico City (as a qualifier). including a year-end best No. to Srichaphan)…In ’04. Llodra)…Also reached SF in Umag and QF in Vienna…In doubles. A. then won six Challenger titles and moved over 700 places in ATP Rankings…In ’02. 2007 – Acapulco(CL).JUAN IGNACIO CHELA (ARG) Birthdate: August 30. 20 in ’07…In ‘00. 2010 IN REVIEW The Buenos Aires native finished in Top 40 for seventh year in past nine by winning two ATP World Tour titles in same season for first time in his career…In April. mother. Argentina Height: 6’3” (1. 2002 – Sydney(H). Top 10: 17-49 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 15 (August 9. Long Island(H). 2000 – Mexico City(CL). Andujar)…One of four 30-over winners during season (Ljubicic. Bucharest. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 12-9 11-10 3-7 11-9 10 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 10 1ST 2ND — 1ST 2ND 2ND — 1ST 09 — 1ST — 2ND 09 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST — — — 08 1ST 2ND — — 08 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST — — — — 07 3RD 2ND 2ND QF 07 QF QF 2ND QF 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND 06 4TH 1ST 1ST 1ST 06 2ND 4TH 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 3RD 2ND 05 3RD 2ND — 1ST 05 3RD 3RD 1ST 2ND 2ND 1ST 3RD — 04 2ND QF 2ND 1ST 04 QF 3RD 3RD 1ST 2ND 3RD 3RD 1ST 03 2ND 3RD 2ND 3RD 03 2ND 3RD QF 2ND QF 2ND 3RD 1ST 02 2ND 1ST 1ST 4TH 02 3RD QF 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 01 3RD — — — 01 1ST 1ST — — — — — — 00 — 2ND 1ST 1ST 00 — — 3RD 1ST — 1ST 1ST — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 69-75) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 11-10 MIAMI 13-10 MONTE-CARLO 12-9 ROME 6-10 MADRID 6-8 TORONTO/MONTREAL 4-8 CINCINNATI 9-7 PARIS 1-6 PERSONAL Full name is Juan Ignacio Chela…Began playing tennis at age six with his older sister. 143) but came back in ‘09 to finish at No. Moya)…In ’08. 23 and won personal-best 46 matches with title in Amersfoort (d. finished in Top 25 for first time at No. 2004) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 38 (28-24) 2007: 20 (40-25) 2004: 26 (35-26) 2001: 71 (10-10) 1998: 204 (0-0) 2009: 73 (11-14) 2006: 33 (29-27) 2003: 38 (36-27) 2000: 63 (14-18) 1997: 628 (0-0) 2008: 143 (14-12) 2005: 40 (28-26) 2002: 23 (46-29) 1999:131 (0-3) 1996:T1165 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $609. Querrey) and in September added another title in Bucharest (d. Quarterfinalist: Vienna. a herniated-disk injury just five months into season sidelined him rest of way (finishing No. CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine has a 6-5 mark in ATP World Tour finals (all but two on clay) and finished in Top 50 for six straight years from ‘02–07. Safin) and advanced to his first Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros (l. Singles Winner: Houston.391 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/5 Career Win-Loss vs. to Federer) and Long Island (l. Doubles Winner: Bucharest(w/Kubot). 15-13 (doubles) Challenger: 1-1 (singles). Semifinalist: Costa do Sauipe(w/Ventura). 2004 – Estoril(CL).

OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 11-4 7-4 5-4 7-3 10 SF 4TH 1ST 2ND 10 2ND 4TH 3RD 2ND 3RD 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD 09 4TH 4TH 3RD QF 09 3RD 3RD 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST QF 08 4TH 2ND 4TH 3RD 08 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST 3RD QF 1ST — 3RD 07 1ST 1ST 1ST — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 23-27) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 2-3 MIAMI 4-3 MONTE-CARLO 2-3 ROME 2-3 MADRID 4-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 3-3 CINCINNATI 1-3 SHANGHAI 0-2 PARIS 5-3 PERSONAL Nicknamed “Mrnja” by his family and friends…Began playing at age seven with his cousin. 1 in ‘06 and finished at No. Finalist: Munich. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 14 (40-22) 2007: 71 (14-13) 2004:T1447 (0-0) 2009: 14 (48-21) 2006: 173 (5-11) 2008: 22 (37-25) 2005: 600 (0-1) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1. l. No. 2009 – Chennai(H). Vienna. Top 10: 10-20 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 9 (February 22.353. Zagreb(IH). l. 6 Roddick. Zagreb(IH). Singles Winner: Chennai. won first title in New Haven (d. No. 1988 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Medjugorje.98m) Residence: Monte-Carlo. two older Vinko and Goran. Monaco Weight: 180 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 144-93 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3. 22 and spent 11 straight weeks in Top 10…He jumped off to an 18-2 start through first week of March but afterwards went 22-20 rest of year…Went 2-5 vs.210. Roddick. who is “the most inspirational person because of his good advice”…Hobbies include playing football and his favorite teams are AC Milan and Croatia (admires players Kaka and Robinho)… Admires countrymen Goran Ivanisevic and Ivan Ljubicic…Enjoys playing on all surfaces but says hard and grass are best-suited for him because of his height and style of play…Considers backhand his strength…Fitness trainer is Ljubo Antekolovic and coached by Aussie Bob Brett…Practices at Bob Brett Academy in San Remo near French-Italian border. Quarterfinalist: Dubai. 14…Defended '09 titles in Chennai (d. Wawrinka) and Zagreb (d. Washington. 4-7 (doubles). to Murray) and afterwards broke into Top 10 on Feb. 56 . 2010 IN REVIEW The top Croat repeated year-end best ranking of No. Zagreb) while reaching his first Grand Slam QF at US Open (d.376 in ’09. Matches won-lost: ATP: 40-22 (singles). 2009 – Beijing(H). CAREER TITLES (5): 2010 – Chennai(H).MARIN CILIC (CRO) Birthdate: September 28. to eventual champ del Potro)…No. Metz.151. CAREER IN REVIEW The Croat has finished in Top 25 for three straight years (‘08–10) and owns a 5-3 mark in finals…In ’08. Van Der Duim)…Has a 10-10 career Davis Cup record (7-6 in singles) in 10 ties…Earned a career-high $1. 2008 – New Haven(H). Semifinalist: Australian Open. was No. Zagreb.1 junior in ‘06 and rose to the ATP Top 175 by the end of year…As junior.955. 9 on Feb. to Simon) and was No. Top 10 opponents and 30-15 on hard and 9-5 on clay…Surpassed $1 million for second straight year. Bosnia & Herzegovina Height: 6’6” (1. Fish)…Reached his first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 QF in Toronto* (d. 2 in ‘05 (behind Young) and won Roland Garros (d. Tanja who lived in Germany and would come over during summer to his home city and says “I liked playing from the beginning”… Parents Zdenko (father) and Koviljka (mother) are retired…Has three brothers. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 9-6) AUS. l. Berrer)…Advanced to his first Grand Slam SF at Australian Open (d.305 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/3 Career Win-Loss vs. 1…Reached a career-high No. and one younger Mile. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 233 (March 22. FINALIST (3): 2010 – Munich(CL). 6 in aces (558)…In ’09. Vienna(IH). 2 Murray. he won a personal-high 48 matches and two ATP World Tour titles (Chennai.

held one match point)…Also QF in Estoril in May…Made a 3rd RD appearance at Wimbledon (l. 2007 – Nottingham(G). made Wimbledon-best QF run in singles and Australian Open-best runner-up in doubles (w/Llodra)…Lost bronze medal doubles match at Beijing Olympics (w/Llodra)…Has an 18-11 career Davis Cup record (11-9 in singles) in 17 ties…Earned a career-high $848. CAREER TITLES (4): 2006 – Marseille(IH). diploma in mathematics and started to train with Trevor Allan in Marseille…Enjoys eating Lebanese food since his grandmother was born there…Close friend of countryman Sebastien Grosjean and godfather of his son Tom…Coached by countryman Boris Vallejo. Switzerland Weight: 160 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 308-314 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $6. was an amateur football player…Mother. 2003 – ’s-Hertogenbosch(G).2007 (w/Llodra).73m) Residence: Geneva. 1977 Turned Pro: 1996 Birthplace: Aix-en-Provence. 17-18 (doubles) Challenger: 6-7 (singles). reached final in Zagreb (w/O. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 78 (16-24) 2007: 54 (24-26) 2004: 104 (17-24) 2001: 17 (37-28) 1998: 105 (13-25) 1995:655 (0-0) 2009: 63 (14-20) 2006: 42 (27-22) 2003: 32 (31-20) 2000: 18 (36-27) 1997: 101 (10-9) 2008: 97 (11-17) 2005: 71 (18-21) 2002: 38 (32-26) 1999:56 (22-25) 1996: 341 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $447.936. Doubles Finalist: Zagreb(w/Rochus). to Isner. 17 in ’01 with first Grand Slam singles final at Australian Open (saved 2 M. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 12-17) AUS. Matches won-lost: ATP: 16-24 (singles). resumed next day as Santoro won 6-4 6-3 6-7(5) 3-6 16-14…In ’07. France Height: 5’8” (1.790. Lyon(IC). suspended due to darkness at 5-all in fifth set. 2010 IN REVIEW The French veteran finished in Top 100 for 11th time in 12 years (except ’04)…Opened season with 11th career singles final in Auckland (l. INDIAN WELLS: Champion . CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman has five Top 50 seasons (‘00-03.290 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/7 Career Win-Loss vs. 2002 – ’s-Hertogenbosch(G) 2001 – Australian Open(H). 2003 – Metz(IH). Henri.S. Washington(H). Rafter)…In ’04. Quarterfinalist: Estoril. 2000 – Lyon(IC). 3-4 (doubles) Singles Finalist: Auckland. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 13-12 9-13 18-14 20-12 10 1ST 1ST 3RD 3RD 09 2ND 2ND 1ST — 08 1ST 1ST QF 1ST 07 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 06 1ST — 2ND 1ST 05 1ST 2ND 1ST 3RD 04 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 03 — 4TH 2ND 2ND 02 2ND 3RD 4TH 4TH 01 RUP 00 4TH 1ST 2ND 4TH 2ND 4TH QF 99 2ND 2ND 2ND 4TH 98 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 97 — 1ST 3RD — DOUBLES (1-1 in finals). 2001) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 8 (January 28. won first Grand Slam doubles title (w/Llodra) at Wimbledon…In ’08. l.2006 (w/Llodra) PERSONAL Full name is Arnaud Marcel Maurice Clement…Began playing tennis at age seven with his brother Bruno… Father. 1999 – Marseille(IH). Australia)…Won a personal-high 37 matches…In ’00. WIMBLEDON: Champion . Semifinalist: Marseille(w/Mahut). Grosjean. in SF vs.ARNAUD CLEMENT (FRA) Birthdate: December 17.999 in ’01. Marie Michell. to Federer) and US Open (l.P. BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 0-3 07 RR (w/Llodra) 10 2ND 1ST — — — — — 2ND 09 — 1ST — — — — — 3RD ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 54-81) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 7-10 MIAMI 10-13 MONTE-CARLO 4-9 ROME 4-6 MADRID 1-6 TORONTO/MONTREAL9-10 CINCINNATI 9-10 PARIS 8-12 08 1ST 2ND — — — 1ST 2ND — 07 2ND 2ND 2ND — 1ST 2ND 2ND 1ST 06 2ND 2ND 1ST — — 2ND 1ST 2ND 05 2ND 3RD — — — 2ND — 2ND 04 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST — — 1ST 1ST 03 2ND 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 3RD — 02 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 01 3RD 3RD 1ST 1ST — QF 2ND 2ND 00 1ST 2ND 3RD — — 2ND SF 2ND 99 — 2ND 1ST 2ND — 2ND 1ST 1ST 98 — 1ST 1ST 2ND — 1ST 1ST 1ST 97 — — — — — — — 2ND DOUBLES (2-0 in finals). lost 1st RD at Roland Garros in longest-ever match in Paris (6:33). won his first title in Lyon (d.COM 57 . ATPWORLDTOUR. Rochus)… Came from two-sets down in Davis Cup final vs. Serbia to win doubles rubber (w/Llodra). AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Finalist . Top 10: 17-64 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 10 (April 2. FINALIST (7): 2010 – Auckland(H). to Agassi in F)…First Frenchman to reach Australian final since Borotra won in ‘28…Was 4-2 in Davis Cup singles as France reached Davis Cup final (vs. FINALIST (10). PARIS: Champion .2008 (w/Llodra). was an amateur handball player…Got serious about tennis after passing the bac (French high school diploma) in 1995 with a B. to Fish)…In doubles.2004 (w/Grosjean). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (12). ’06) and is 4-7 in singles finals (12-9 in doubles)…Year-end best No.

Troicki)…Also reached five QFs on clay and compiled a 17-4 Challenger record with one title…Had an ATP-best 15-2 tie-break record…In doubles. an Argentine who is a businessman. highlighted by his first indoor ATP World Tour SF in Moscow (l. Argentina Height: 5’11” (1. Bucharest(w/Marrero). Martin (20). CAREER IN REVIEW The top Uruguayan became first player from his country in ‘09 to finish in Top 50 since Marcelo Filippini was No.80m) Residence: Salto. Semifinalist: Rome*(w/Monaco). to Nestor-Zimonjic)…He also advanced to his first ATP singles SF in Viña del Mar (l. won Costa do Sauipe title and runner-up in Estoril (both w/Granollers).569.PABLO CUEVAS (URU) Birthdate: January 1.895 in ’08. Estoril. who is an accountant…Spent much of his childhood in his mother’s native country of Uruguay…Has one younger brother. to Gonzalez) and afterwards broke Top 100 on Feb. Quarterfinalist: Costa do Sauipe. Top 10: 0-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 45 (October 12. 1986 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Concordia.2008 (w/Horna) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 2-2 08 SF (w/Horna) ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 2-7) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI ROME MADRID PARIS CAREER 1-1 1-2 0-2 0-1 0-1 10 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST — 09 — — — — 1ST 08 — 2ND 1ST — — PERSONAL Full name is Pablo Gabriel Cuevas…Began playing at age six at a country club with his parents. FINALIST (2). Lucila. Finalist: Estoril(w/Granollers). 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 14 (April 20. Acapulco. ROLAND GARROS: Champion . 4…In ’07. and Uruguayan mother. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-1 0-2 1-1 2-4 10 1ST 1ST — 2ND 09 — — 2ND 2ND 08 — 1ST — 1ST 07 — — — 1ST DOUBLES (1-0 in Finals). 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 63 (21-22) 2007: 117 (4-1) 2009: 50 (19-15) 2006: 266 (1-1) 2008: 132 (9-15) 2005: 411 (4-1) 2004: T844 (3-1) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $446. Matches won-lost: ATP: 21-22 (singles). Singles Semifinalist: Moscow.346 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs.739. 58 . who also plays futures level events…Hobbies include surfing and playing football…Best moment of his career is winning Roland Garros doubles title (w/Horna) in 2008…Future goal is to reach Top 30 in singles rankings…Considers baseline game and backhand as strengths and favorite surface is clay…Coached by former ATP pro and Argentine native Daniel Orsanic (since March 2008). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). R. Båstad. won his native Uruguay Bowl in 2004 and never played in a junior Grand Slam event… Has a 23-9 career record in Davis Cup play (16-5 in singles) in 14 ties…Earned a career-high $473. won two Challenger titles (Scheveningen and Tunica)…As a junior. Doubles Winner: Costa do Sauipe(w/Granollers). 2010 IN REVIEW The top Uruguayan finished in Top 75 for second straight year and won a personal-high 21 matches. 45 in ‘97…Captured his first Grand Slam doubles title in ‘08 at Roland Garros (w/Horna) and became first South American doubles team to capture a Grand Slam title in Open Era…They qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai and reached SF (l. 20-15 (doubles) Challenger: 17-4 (singles). Bucharest. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-2) AUS. 5-4 (doubles). Oriental del Uruguay Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 61-56 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. Gabriel.

70m) Residence: Buenos Aires. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). compiling a 5-11 match record…Won his first Grand Slam match at Australian Open (d. to Ouahab) in ‘01…Finished No. Jorge. Matches won-lost: ATP: 5-4 (singles). ARGENTINES IN TOP 100 In 2010. OPEN 1-1 ROLAND GARROS 0-1 WIMBLEDON 0-2 US OPEN 0-1 10 — — — 1ST 09 2ND 1ST 1ST — 08 — — 1ST — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 2-1) INDIAN WELLS CAREER 2-1 10 3RD PERSONAL Began playing at age five with a personal coach in Buenos Aires…Parents. Petzschner. Nicolas and Kevin…Considers forehand his strength and clay courts as favorite surface…Good friends with Argentines on tour…Enjoys listening to music and is passionate about Argentinean Rock and Roll and hip hop…Coached by countryman and former ATP pro Mariano Puerta (since December 2010). 20-8 (doubles). Banana Bowl (l. Felder) and Bonfiglio (d. 5 in ‘02. Roland Garros (l.405. Tallahassee (d. 2010 IN REVIEW The Argentine finished in Top 100 for first time in his career. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 85 (5-4) 2009: 169 (5-11) 2008: 105 (3-4) 2007: 150 (0-0) 2006: 258 (0-0) 2005: 371 (0-0) 2004: 288 (0-0) 2003: 449 (0-0) 2002: 803 (0-0) 2001:T1379 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $126. Smyczek). Argentina Height: 5’7” (1. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 79 (January 11. he put together a 41-21 record in Challengers with two titles…He broke Top 100 on July 28 at No. Singles Semifinalist: Newport. had never played an ATP match…Enjoyed an outstanding junior career by winning titles in Italy. played his first extensive season on ATP World Tour. Argentina Weight: 154 (69kg) Career Win-Loss: 13-19 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $615.635 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. to Nishikori)… Qualified for Indian Wells* and posted win over No.BRIAN DABUL (ARG) Birthdate: February 24. Massu). to Ljubicic)…Earned a career-high $126. 1984 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Buenos Aires. 3 in junior world rankings that year (behind Muller and Tipsarevic) and in ‘02 won back-toback Italian titles in Santa Croce (d. compiled a 33-15 match record and won three titles at Salinas (d. and Nora…Has two younger brothers. l. 1-2 (doubles) Challenger: 35-16 (singles). Rochus)…Was first Argentine to reach SFs (or better) in Newport since Javier Frana advanced to final in ‘93…In Challenger play. 96 before finishing at No. 38 No. 105…He advanced to his maiden ATP World Tour QF in Kitzbühel that year (l. to Gasquet)…Finished No. to Muller) in Brazil. 74 No. 27 No. Brian Dabul finished in the Top 100 of the South African Airways ATP Rankings for the first time and was one of seven Argentines in the Top 100: RANKING No. Ouahab)…Also SF at Roland Garros (l. highlighted by his first ATP World Tour SF in Newport (l. 85 PLAYER Juan Monaco David Nabandian Juan Ignacio Chela Carlos Berlocq Eduardo Schwank Brian Dabul ATPWORLDTOUR.405. 21 Simon (l. Top 10: 0-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 82 (March 9. while also finishing runner-up in Sarasota (l. CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine has compiled his best results on Challenger level throughout his eight-year career with a 145111 match record and 6-3 mark in finals…In ‘09. to Berdych)…In ‘08. Portugal and Mexico while reaching finals at Uruguay Bowl (l.COM 59 . 26 No. to Hanescu) and had 3-4 mark in tour level play…Prior to this season. O. Ginepri) and Winnetka (d. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-0) CAREER AUS. to Cuadrado) and Kentucky (l. to Bogdanovic). 66 No. Belgium.

2010 IN REVIEW The Brazillian finished in Top 100 for third straight year…Played mainly in Challengers (33-12 record) and earned three titles.735. to Nadal) in June.450 in ’08. 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 96 (3-10) 2007: 123 (0-2) 2004: 263 (0-1) 2001: 190 (0-0) 1998: 629 (0-0) 1995:T843 (0-0) 2009: 87 (7-13) 2006: 168 (5-16) 2003: 166 (1-3) 2000: 517 (0-0) 1997: 325 (0-0) 2008: 79 (8-15) 2005: 96 (0-2) 2002: 230 (0-1) 1999:354 (0-0) 1996: 392 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $149. Brazil Height: 5’11” (1. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-6) AUS. most among active players on ATP World Tour…Has a 242-145 match record…In ‘09. Matches won-lost: ATP: 3-10 (singles). Marcio. advanced to his maiden ATP World Tour QF in Acapulco…In ’05. Bellucci) and Medellin (d.097 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 2007) and daughter. finished in Top 100 for first time at No. Luciana. all on clay…Posted a 3-10 ATP World Tour match record with a second round appearance in Buenos Aires (l. 60 . who is an attorney…His cousin. Cabal). 79 ranking…He reached his second ATP World Tour QF in Houston and won three Challenger titles in Colombia…He notched first Grand Slam win at Roland Garros by defeating former champion Ferrero. 1-4 (doubles) Challenger: 33-12 (singles). mother. Doubles Semifinalist: Costa do Sauipe(w/Bellucci). is a retired bank clerk…Has one older brother. English.MARCOS DANIEL (BRA) Birthdate: July 4. 2010)… Physical trainer is Marcelo Borges and coached by countryman Marcus Barbosa. compiled a 37-18 Challenger match record with one title in four finals…In ’06. Gizele (married December 7. Mauriceia. who owns a tennis academy and serves as his coach…Has one younger sister. 87 that season…In ’08. at Blumenau (d. David (born April 23. reached a career-high No. Brazil Weight: 175 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 24-63 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. Top 10: 0-6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 56 (September 14. Spanish and Italian)…One of his favorite hobbies is motorcycle racing and also enjoys football…Considers himself a Christian faithful in Jesus Christ who he considers his idol…Also involved with his church at home and helps with charity events…Favorite surface is red clay and considers best shot his backhand…Wife. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 102 (December 5. 2003)…Son. is a retired bank manager. Maria Fernanda (born Feb. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-4 1-5 0-3 0-3 CAREER 0-1 0-1 10 1ST — 1ST — 10 1ST 1ST 09 1ST 1ST — 1ST 08 — 2ND 1ST 1ST 07 — 1ST — — 06 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 05 — 1ST — — 03 1ST — — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 0-2) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI PERSONAL Full name is Marcos Diniz Daniel…Began playing at age five and took sport seriously at age 12…Father. 19. turned in a year-end best No. to Melzer in five sets)…In ’07.143. 96 and as his country’s top player for first time after compiling a 44-16 match record in Challengers with three titles…Has a 4-2 career Davis Cup record (3-2 in singles) in four ties…Earned a career-high $247. Carlos Eugenio Simon is considered best football referee in Brazil…Speaks four languages (Portuguese. 1978 Turned Pro: 1997 Birthplace: Passo Fundo.80m) Residence: Passo Fundo. Knittel). 14 and went on to finish No. Sao Paulo (d. 56 on Sept. to Ferrero) in February and Queen’s Club in London (l. Mario. CAREER IN REVIEW The Brazilian has won 14 Challenger titles throughout his 14-year career. 710 (doubles). who retired (l.

including his first in a Grand Slam at Roland Garros (l.S. captured three ATP World Tour titles in five finals.COM 61 . including Roland Garros for second time in three years and US Open for second straight year. Djokovic in SF. Singles Winner: Doha. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 31 (June 13. to Soderling)…Won Hamburg title in July (d. Melzer) and advanced to seven other SFs. finished a year-end best No. to Montanes). to Robredo) and two weeks later. to Djokovic)…Compiled a career-best 9-5 mark against Top 10 opponents…In ‘07. Valencia (l. 1 Federer for first time in 13 meetings and Soderling in SF en route…He struggled early in season with a left heel injury he suffered in first week in Chennai where he withdrew from second round…Also pulled out of Australian Open. 1 Federer in SF and No. including his second ATP Masters 1000 shield in Miami (d. he beat Gulbis before withdrawing from his 3rd RD match vs. 6 Roddick in SF and No. to Puerta in five sets) and ATPWORLDTOUR. No. to Brands in four sets)…In July in a Davis Cup QF tie vs. ’05…His best Grand Slam of year was QF at Roland Garros (l. then reached QF at Roland Garros (l. Umag. Quarterfinalist: Australian Open. 2 Nadal in final)…Reached final in Estoril (ret. capping season with his biggest career title at year-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (d. he won five titles for second time in his career (’06). Ferrero). 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 22 (30-19) 2009: 6 (57-17) 2008: 5 (56-21) 2007: 4 (53-31) 2006: 3 (69-29) 2005: 5 (56-30) 2004: 28 (33-29) 2003: 44 (30-33) 2002: 85 (12-24) 2001: 79 (6-15) 2000: 134 (3-1) 1999:T658 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $948. to Simon) and Paris* (d.NIKOLAY DAVYDENKO (RUS) Birthdate: June 2.78m) Residence: Volgograd.)…In ‘06. l. Calleri) without dropping a set…Continued strong play at US Open where he reached SF with wins over Murray (4th) and Haas (QF) before falling to eventual champion Federer…In October. vs. Top 10: 35-52 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 3 (November 6. F. to Llodra)… Compiled marks of 26-14 on hard and 2-3 on clay and 4-3 vs. to Becker in 2nd RD)…Then lost in 2nd RD at Wimbledon (l. Valencia. Argentina. 1981 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Severodonezk. to No. Berrer and in March after a bye in Indian Wells*. 27 for first time since May 23. Pölten (d. Nadal in F)…In ‘08. 0-2 (doubles). won his lone title in Moscow (d. then beat No. Paris*. Argentina 3-2) by posting a singles win against The Netherlands in 1st RD. Matches won-lost: ATP: 30-19 (singles). France in QF and Argentina in final ties (did not play SF)…Repeated QF effort at Australian Open (l. including QF at Australian Open and Roland Garros and SF at US Open…Also helped his country to Davis Cup title (d. Mayer)…In August. Ukraine Height: 5’10” (1. 6 Berdych. Semifinalist: Rotterdam. Top 10 opponents. won first title on U. 1 Federer in four sets) and in February reached SF in Rotterdam where he fractured his left wrist in a fall in loss to Soderling on Feb. along with four QF.187. Hrbaty)…He and Nadal were only players to win at least 25 matches on clay and hard courts during year… In ‘05. 2010 IN REVIEW The Russian finished outside Top 10 for first time since ‘04…He extended his streak of at least one ATP World Tour title for eight straight years by opening season with his 20th career title in Doha…He defeated No. top Russian for the first time finished at No. retired in 4th RD with thigh injury to Soderling…During Asian circuit. l. Montpellier.891 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 20/5 Career Win-Loss vs. Monaco) and Warsaw (d. del Potro)…Became first Russian in 40-year history of season finale to capture title…Lost opening round robin match to Djokovic. lost to Nalbandian in straight sets in opening rubber and then defeated Schwank in four sets in fourth rubber…Went 13-13 rest of season and his best results were six QFs. won Sopot title (d. Cincinnati*. to Federer in four sets)…Repeated title at Pörtschach (d. No. Safin) and then claimed first ATP Masters 1000 title in Paris* (d. Pavel). Robredo)…Posted his 300th career match win during Warsaw…Finished runner-up at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai (l. 5…Captured lone ATP title in St. 13…Played Dubai and retired in 2nd RD vs. Federer with left leg injury)…Won clay titles in Pörtschach (d. including his last three indoor tournaments in Montpellier (l. to Murray)…At US Open. Russia Weight: 154 (69kg) Career Win-Loss: 405-249 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $14. Verdasco) and Shanghai* (d.392. to Nalbandian)…In July reached final on clay in Båstad (l. won titles in Kuala Lumpur (d. 2 Nadal. Mathieu) and following week in Umag won title (d. breaking a streak of 29 straight Grand Slam tournaments played (since ’01 US Open)… Came back in February after one month out then in March withdrew from Indian Wells* and Miami*…Was out for two months before returning mid-April on clay…Fell out of Top 10 on Apr. No. CAREER IN REVIEW The first Russian to finish in Top 10 for five consecutive years (‘05–09) has an outstanding 20-5 career mark in ATP World Tour finals…In ‘09. won his second title in three years in Moscow (d. Beijing. including Australian Open for third consecutive time…Compiled a 17-4 record in Grand Slam play with two losses coming to Federer…Played most tournaments (30) among Top 10 for third straight season…Also member of Russian Davis Cup team which reached final (l. saving one match point…Followed with a QF showing at Australian Open (d. soil by winning New Haven (d. 3 and earned a career-high five ATP titles in seven finals while winning a personalhigh 69 matches…Played most tournaments (32) among Top 10…Reached QF or better at 15 tournaments. 9 Verdasco. 2 Nadal in final.S. Troicki…His fracture was diagnosed in Indian Wells…He was sidelined for three months before returning in Halle in June (l. No. first time in his career he won titles in consecutive weeks…His 12-match winning streak ended in QF at Montreal* (l. 4-1 to U. Mathieu)…Advanced to six SF.

2006 – Pörtschach(CL).710 . finished in Top 30 for first time and captured two ATP titles for second straight year. in Munich (d. 2005 – St. Umag(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 12-7) AUS.800 . CAREER TITLES (20): 2010 – Doha(H). Germany…Received Russian citizenship at 18 and moved back to Russia in early 2004…His favorite players growing up were Ivan Lendl and Yannick Noah…Enjoys fishing. FINALIST (5): 2008 – Estoril(CL).731 . 2006 – Estoril(CL). Russia… Born in Severodonezk. then saved three match points in final against Rusedski…In ‘03. broke into Top 10 for first time at No.815 . Moscow(IC). Tennis Masters CupShanghai(IH). Calleri)…Has a 14-9 Davis Cup record in singles (2-2 in doubles) in 16 ties and member of ’06 winning team… Earned a career-high $3.727 . 2006 in Moscow)…Coached by his brother Eduard (since 1992) whose son Philip earned his first career ATP ranking point in 2010. Paris*(IC).724 . football and hockey…Considers clay and rebound ace (hard) his favorite surfaces and strength is his speed…Former Russian President Boris Yeltsin attended his title effort in Moscow in 2004 and his Davis Cup home ties in 2005…Wife. Pörtschach(CL).700 62 . OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 21-9 23-9 7-9 22-10 CAREER 12-8 10 QF — 2ND 2ND 09 09 — QF 3RD 4TH 08 08 4TH 3RD 1ST 4TH 07 RR 08 3RD 07 QF SF 4TH SF 06 RR 06 QF QF 1ST SF 05 SF 06 3RD 4TH 1ST 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST — 05 QF SF 2ND 2ND 04 2ND 1ST 1ST 3RD 03 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 02 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 01 2ND 2ND — 1ST BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY WON RUP ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 86-58) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 5-5 MIAMI 11-6 MONTE-CARLO 10-7 ROME 9-8 MADRID 3-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL 9-7 CINCINNATI 9-7 SHANGHAI 5-1 PARIS 15-7 10 3RD — — — — 3RD QF 2ND QF 09 — — QF 2ND 3RD QF 3RD 07 4TH WON 3RD SF 2ND 3RD SF 2ND — 3RD QF 2ND SF WON — — 3RD SF 3RD 05 2ND 2ND 3RD 1ST 3RD 3RD QF — WON QF 04 1ST 2ND QF 3RD — — — — 2ND 03 — 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST — 1ST 02 — 2ND — 1ST — — — — — PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age seven with his older brother Eduard (born June 1. Ukraine but at age of 15 moved to Salmtal. Irina (married Nov. Estoril(CL). 7 on June 6…In ‘04. No. Sopot(CL). New Haven(H). to Nalbandian)…Afterwards. 2008 – Miami*(H). 2003 – Adelaide(H). 2003 – St. 1970). 25.714 . Moscow(IC).Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai (l. Bastad(CL). Verkerk in F) and in first ATP title on Russian soil in Moscow by winning singles and doubles titles (w/Andreev)…Saved one match point in SF win over Youzhny. 2007 – Moscow(IH).702 .659. Vliegen) and three months later in Estoril (d.768 . Shanghai*(H). captured two ATP titles. Here is a look at the Top 10 players with the best career FedEx Reliability Index (based on minimum of 20 finals played): PLAYER 1) Thomas Muster 2) Nikolay Davydenko 3) Rafael Nadal 4) Thomas Enqvist 5) Pete Sampras 6) Bjorn Borg 7) Jose-Luis Clerc 8) John McEnroe 9) Roger Federer 10) Rod Laver^ ^Played in pre-Open Era finals FINALS W-L 44-10 20-5 43-13 19-7 64-24 63-24 25-10 76-31 66-28 42-18 CAREER INDEX . Pölten(CL).160 in ’09. who was a gifted player himself and has been a big influence in his career…Parents Vladimir and Tatjana live in Volgograd. 5 Schuettler in QF. WINNINGEST PLAYERS IN OPEN ERA FINALS Nikolay Davydenko has the second-best winning percentage in singles finals on the ATP World Tour in the Open Era (since ‘68). FINALIST (2). Warsaw(CL). 2004 – Munich(CL). 2009 – Hamburg(CL). in Adelaide (d. Pölten(CL)CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). Kuala Lumpur(IH). Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London(IH).

putting together a 35-13 match record and earning four titles…He won a pro-best 18 matches in a row during season…Made his Davis Cup debut in first round tie in Argentina and lost to Monaco in second rubber and Chela in dead rubber…Later in year in World Group playoff tie vs. Roland Garros (l. since November 2010. Wimbledon (l.95m) Residence: Gravenzande. 82 in ‘04…Compiled his best results in Challengers. Gawron)…Also won four other junior titles. capping his career with title at Wimbledon juniors (d. Singles Semifinalist: Barcelona. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 43 (28-24) 2009: 96 (3-6) 2008: 250 (4-2) 2007: 407 (1-4) 2006: 468 (1-1) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $534. reached SF (l. CAREER IN REVIEW The Dutchman finished in Top 100 for first time in ‘09 at No. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1) AUS. Top 10 opponents…Earned a career-high $534. to Soderling)…In August in New Haven. Matches won-lost: ATP: 28-24 (singles).276. advanced to first Challenger final at Calatanissetta (l. Top 10: 2-8 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 40 (July 19. to Stakhovsky)…Had 2-6 mark vs. 2010 IN REVIEW The top Dutchman played his first full season on ATP World Tour and cut his ranking in half for his first Top 50 finish…Posted a personal-high 28 match wins and reached his first two ATP World Tour SFs…Began season with first QF in Chennai…In April.COM 63 . 96. to Soderling)…Advanced to 3rd RD in last three Grand Slam tournaments. New Haven. 10 Tsonga and Ferrero (l. ATPWORLDTOUR. to Tsonga).276. letting him join practice at a young age…Has one older (Yori) and one younger brother (Kayo)…Considers clay his best surface and forehand as best shot…Has worked with former Andre Agassi trainer Gil Reyes in Las Vegas from time to time in 2010…Coached by countryman Huib Troost. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 220 (September 17.THIEMO DE BAKKER (NED) Birthdate: September 19. to countryman Huta Galung)…In ’06. advanced to maiden SF in Barcelona with wins over No. climbing from No. The Netherlands Weight: 182 (62kg) Career Win-Loss: 37-37 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $732. 7 Tsonga in four sets in fourth rubber…In ’08. father of Nicole Thijssen (played for junior Fed Cup team) was coach at his club and recognized his talent. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-1 2-1 2-2 2-1 10 1ST 3RD 3RD 3RD 10 3RD 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 07 — — 1ST — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 7-8) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 2-1 MIAMI 1-1 MONTE-CARLO 1-1 ROME 0-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-1 CINCINNATI 1-1 SHANGHAI 1-1 PARIS 0-1 PERSONAL Full name is Thiemo Carsten Jannick de Bakker…Mother Carlieke. The Netherlands Height: 6’5” (1. 250 from previous year…He was first Dutchman in year-end Top 100 since Raemon Sluiter was No. to Mathieu) and US Open (l. Italy and Great Britain…Advanced to SF at Roland Garros (l. 1988 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: The Hague.031 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 3-6 (doubles). beat No. Quarterfinalist: Chennai. introduced her son to tennis when she would bring him to local club where he taught himself how to play…At age six he started practicing with coaches from Dutch Tennis Federation…Earned his first swimming diploma at age three and started playing at a football club at age four…Ruud Thijssen. in Costa Rica. 13 Monfils in first rubber and lost to No. to Bester)…Has a 6-7 career Davis Cup record (6-5 in singles) in six ties. 1 junior in world that year. France. who was his first coach at age eight. Australia. Benneteau)…Finished as No. won first ATP World Tour match in Amersfoort (d.

gave his CLK Mercedes-Benz to his sister. Argentina Weight: 182 (82kg) Career Win-Loss: 141-72 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $6. played semi-pro rugby in Argentina.98m) Residence: Tandil. injuring his right thigh in the match.753. Kitzbühel(CL). ‘06) by defeating Russia’s No. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). was youngest player in Top 10 at No. 8…Helped his country to its third Davis Cup final (1981. to Berdych) to break into Top 10 on Oct. to Murray)…Climbed from No. defeating Nadal (SF) and Federer (F) in five sets…Won titles in Auckland (d. 65 on July 7 to No. to eventual champ Nalbandian)…In ‘06. 44 (at 19 years. 2 months) and reached two ATP QFs. Roddick) and Washington (d. FINALIST (3): 2009-Montreal*(H). winning 28 matches…In Madrid*. losing to Murray in QF…Has a 6-2 Davis Cup singles record in five ties…Earned a career-high $4. Mayer. Minnesota… Returned after eight month absence and lost in 1st RD in Bangkok (l. Julieta…Fitness trainer is Martiniano Orazi and coached by former ATP pro Franco Davin (since March 2008). Los Angeles(H).775. 13 on Sept. English and some Italian…Supporter of Boca Juniors soccer team in Argentina and Juventus in Italy…Favorite surface is hard courts…Says if he wasn’t a tennis player. then moved to hard courts and won back-to-back titles in Los Angeles (d. US Open(H). Julieta…Childhood idol was Pete Sampras…Speaks Spanish. Palito and Delpo…Began playing at age seven with coach Marcelo Gomez…Comes from same hometown (Tandil) as ATP pros Mariano Zabaleta. Argentina Height: 6'6" (1. ‘11. Diego Junquiera and Maximo Gonzalez…Father. OPEN 9-4 ROLAND GARROS 6-4 WIMBLEDON 3-3 US OPEN 13-3 CAREER 4-4 10 4TH ------- 09 QF SF 2ND WON 08 2ND 2ND 2ND QF 07 2ND 1ST 2ND 3RD 06 --1ST --1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 31-19) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY 09 08 RUP RR PERSONAL Full name is Juan Martin del Potro…Nicknames are Enano. defeated No. 9 Robredo for first Top 10 win en route to 3rd RD (l. he was youngest player in year-end Top 100 at No. including a 23-match winning streak…Won consecutive titles in Stuttgart (d. F. 5 for up to nine tournaments that will expire June 20. Rochus) and Tokyo (l. Querrey) and Washington (d. to Davydenko)…In ‘08. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2) CAREER AUS. 5…He captured his first Grand Slam crown at US Open. Roddick) and reached his first ATP Masters 1000 final in Montreal* (l. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 105 (May 25. 5 Davydenko and then Andreev in decisive fifth rubber…Reached Tokyo final (l. 9…Won career-high four ATP titles in five finals and finished as top Argentine and South American for first time while helping his country to Davis Cup final (l. 44 in ‘07 to No. 1988 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Tandil. Top 10: 17-28 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 4 (January 11.087 in ‘09. Russell. in Umag and Basel… Captured Orange Bowl 14s title in ‘02 and played his last junior tournament at Roland Garros in ‘05.273. Melzer) on clay. Blake 10-8 in five sets. CAREER INDIAN WELLS 4-2 MIAMI 8-3 MONTE-CARLO 0-1 ROME 2-2 MADRID 7-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL 4-2 CINCINNATI 2-1 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 4-3 09 QF SF 2ND QF SF RUP --2ND QF 08 --2ND --1ST QF ------3RD 07 2ND 4TH ----3RD 1ST 3RD --2ND 06 --------1ST --------- 64 . and works as a veterinarian. Juan Monaco. 2 months). Troicki) before streak ended with QF loss at US Open (l. Daniel. finished as youngest player in Top 50 at No. to Spain 3-1)…Fell to Lopez in four sets.148 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 7/3 Career Win-Loss vs. 2008Tokyo(H). to Murray)…Closed his 54match win season with final at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (l. won 37 of 45 matches. Washington(H). Matches won-lost: ATP: 3-3 (singles). Patricia. Gasquet) and Kitzbühel (d. compiling a 100-32 match record while winning seven of 10 finals…In ‘09. and mother. climbed from No. 6…In ‘07. 2010 IN REVIEW The Tandil native only played three tournaments due to right wrist injury…Reached 4th RD at Australian Open (d. 2008-Stuttgart(CL). to Cilic in five sets)…Underwent surgery on May 4 in Rochester. CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine put together back-to-back Top 10 campaigns in ‘08-09. to Lopez)…Has protected ranking of No. l. is a teacher…Has one younger sister. 91 (at 18 years. to O. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 257 (3-3) 2009: 5 (54-16) 2008: 9 (46-16) 2007: 44 (28-25) 2006: 91 (10-12) 2005: 159 (0-0) 2004:T1077 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $95. would pursue a career in architecture…After winning his first title in Stuttgart in July 2008. Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London(IH). CAREER TITLES (7): 2009-Auckland(H). which kept him out of reverse singles in Davis Cup final…Struggled with back problems early on (retiring twice)…After 2nd RD exit at Wimbledon. Washington(H).JUAN MARTIN DEL POTRO (ARG) Birthdate: September 23.

advanced to QF in Johannesburg (l. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 108 (8-14) 2009: 126 (10-5) 2008: 204 (2-5) 2007: 1021 (0-2) 2006:T1120 (0-1) 2005:T1367 (0-0) 2004: 740 (0-0) 2003:T1075 (0-0) 2002:T1221 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $189. Ilhan)… Took singles gold at the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi and continued strong season ending push with singles and doubles gold medals at Asian Games in Guangzhou (d. all singles. Istomin.80m) Residence: Austin. 3-3 (doubles) Challenger: 12-8 (singles). Georgia's John Isner) and 2008 (d. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 197 (November 8. qualified in back-to-back weeks at Toronto* (l. 1985 Turned Pro: 2008 Birthplace: Assam. CAREER FINALIST (1): 2009 – Chennai(H). 8-6 (doubles). won both of his singles matches (d. to Baghdatis)…In March. 4-0 in finals)…Has a 5-6 career mark in Davis Cup play. played in 1st RD Davis Cup tie in Russia and lost both matches to Kunitsyn and Youzhny…Following month.P. Gil. USA Weight: 160 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 20-27 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $390. Kendrick) as a qualifier…Also runnerup in Nashville Challenger (l. 202 as a wild card and posted wins over former Top 10 Moya and Karlovic before falling to Cilic…Later in season he reached 3rd RD in Washington. Smith) and All-American honors both times…Considers hard courts his best surface and his tweener as his best shot…Enjoys music of Dave Matthews band and plays music himself… Coached by Scott McCain and Milos Galecic. helped his country get back into Davis Cup World Group for 2011 by defeating top Brazilian Bellucci who retired in fourth rubber due to injury…Then captured Izmir Challenger title in Turkey (d. l. to Kunitsyn) and won first Challenger title in Lexington (d. to Karlovic) and qualified in his first Grand Slam event at US Open (de.904 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. to eventual champ Fish) and followed with SF at Aptos Challenger…Returned to ATP play in Los Angeles and reached 2nd RD (l. reached his first ATP World Tour QF in Washington (l.COM 65 .381. in six ties. to Ginepri)…After a 1st RD loss at US Open. CAREER IN REVIEW The former collegiate star made his breakthrough in opening week of ‘09 season as he advanced to his maiden ATP World Tour final in his hometown of Chennai…He came in ranked No. 96 and was there for 10 weeks before slipping out in November…Compiled an 8-14 match record in tour level play and 12-8 in Challengers with one title…In February. Doubles Semifinalist: Chennai(w/Singh). 2010 IN REVIEW The top Indian finished just outside Top 100 at a year-end best No. to Kendrick)…Has a 36-31 career Challenger match record and 2-2 in finals (33-15 in Futures. doubles w/ Samam Singh)…First player to win gold in singles and doubles in the same year since ‘74…Earned a career-high $189. India Height: 5’11” (1. Top 10: 0-0 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 94 (October 25. defeating No. to Kohlschreiber)…In Davis Cup World Group playoff tie in South Africa.381. to Ferrer) and followed by qualifying into main draw in Dubai (l. to Monfils) and Cincinnati* (l. to Tipsarevic)…In August. to Kim)…In ’08.SOMDEV DEVVARMAN (IND) Birthdate: February 13. van der Merwe and De Voest in five sets) to lead his country in ’10 World Group…Closed season with runner-up in his former collegiate town at Charlottesville Challenger (l. Tennessee's J. ATPWORLDTOUR. Matches won-lost: ATP: 8-14 (singles). lost in 2nd RD in Newport (l. 15 Cilic (l. 108…Broke into Top 100 for first time in August at No. Texas. qualified in Houston and reached 2nd RD (l. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2) ROLAND GARROS US OPEN CAREER 0-1 1-2 10 1ST 1ST 10 1ST 1ST 09 — 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 0-2) CAREER TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 0-1 PERSONAL Grew up in Chennai before attending University of Virginia from 2005-08…Earned a sociology degree in May 2008 and turned pro that summer…Captured NCAA singles title in back-to-back seasons in 2007 (d. to Hewitt in three sets)…Also qualified for first Grand Slam at Roland Garros and lost to Chiudinelli in five sets in 1st RD…In July. Singles Quarterfinalist: Johannesburg.

23 days 20 years. 245 to No. 161 No. reached Orange Bowl final in Miami (l.GRIGOR DIMITROV (BUL) Birthdate: May 16. 98 66 . to Lopez). won three straight Challenger titles at Geneva (d. 1-1 (doubles) Challenger: 30-11 (singles). reached final at Orleans in France (l. 1 Nadal…Following week in Marseille. six months to finish in Top 125 at a year-end best No. France Weight: 180 (82kg) Career Win-Loss: 7-9 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $179. computers and watches…Coached by former ATP pro and Aussie Peter McNamara (since Queen’s Club in June 2010). Andujar) and two more in Bangkok (d. 6 final ranking): AGE 18 years. Bulgaria Height: 6’2” (1. CAREER IN REVIEW The Bulgarian phenom made his first impression on ATP World Tour in February ‘09 in Rotterdam as he defeated No. 87 No. has an 11-3 record (9-1 in singles) in eight ties. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-0) WIMBLEDON CAREER 0-1 09 1ST PERSONAL Began to play tennis at age three with his parents…Nicknamed Junior…Only child of father. Maria. 106 No. 29. Kudryavtsev)…After three events climbed from No. 23 and Sept.933. 173 No. and mother. including back-to-back weeks in September…Compiled outstanding junior results. 5 months 20 years. 156 No. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 106 (3-2) 2009: 287 (4-6) 2008: 482 (0-1) 2007:T1461 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $61. UNDER-21 IN TOP 200 In 2010. Top 10: 0-3 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 106 (Nov. 106…Early in season won three Futures titles. to Berankis)…Has a 37-30 career record in Challengers and 3-1 in finals…Also 47-19 in Futures events with a 6-0 mark in finals…In Davis Cup play. 160 No. 3-4 (doubles). who is a tennis coach. He was one of seven players under the age of 21 to finish in the Top 200 (based on Dec. Kravchuk and d. 6 months 19 years. 23 Berdych in first round before losing in three sets to World No. took No. l. won three Spanish Futures titles. Bogdanovic. 2 months 20 years. finishing as No. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 292 (August 2. Matches won-lost: ATP: 3-2 (singles). who is a sports teacher and former volleyball player…Speaks Bulgarian and English…Considers favorite shot backhand down the line and favorite surfaces are hard court and grass…Fan of Manchester United and favorite tournament is Wimbledon…Ambition is to be World No.924 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 136…In October. 11 months 20 years. 8 Simon to three sets in opening round loss…Was granted a wild card at Wimbledon but was forced to withdraw due to a knee injury…In ’08. 1991 Turned Pro: 2008 Birthplace: Haskovo. 11 months PLAYER Ryan Harrison (USA) Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) Milos Raonic (CAN) Jerzy Janowicz (POL) Frederico del Bonis (ARG) Richard Berankis (LTU) Kei Nishikori (JPN) RANK No. reached second round (d. Dimitar. 1…Idol growing up was Pete Sampras…Hobbies include cars. to Mahut)…Compiled a 40-31 Challenger match record…In only ATP World Tour play outing at Queen’s. 7 months 19 years.88m) Residence: Paris. 26. 3 junior in world in ‘08…Captured Wimbledon and US Open junior titles and advanced to QF at Roland Garros…In ‘07. two in Germany and one in Spain…Then between Aug. 2010 IN REVIEW The young Bulgarian was youngest player at 19 years. Grigor Dimitrov finished as the highest-ranked teenager and second-youngest in the Top 200 South African Airways ATP Rankings.

closing with Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai title (d. including twice at Roland Garros (‘07–08) and Wimbledon (’07. Davydenko) as well as his first Grand Slam crown at Australian Open…Only dropped one set during fortnight in Melbourne. reached SF in Rotterdam (l. Monte-Carlo*. beating Youzhny in a rain-delayed final…He became second player in tournament history (since ‘93) to win back-toback titles…In early March. 2 and was there for six weeks…One week later. Belgrade. to Federer). 2 for 26 weeks during season…Opened first month with QF at Australian Open (l. Monaco Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 324-105 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $20. to Federer)…In back-to-back tournaments. reached his first ATP Masters 1000 final in Indian Wells* (l. 2010 IN REVIEW The Serb compiled another consistent year. Matches won-lost: ATP: 61-18 (singles). finished as youngest player (20) in Top 10 and won five ATP World Tour titles while reaching his first Grand Slam final at US Open (l. Doubles Winner: London / Queen’s Club(w/Erlich). 3 for fourth year in a row. ’10)…In ’09. Blake) and advanced to SF at US Open (l. 3 for three straight years since Wilander form ‘8587…Led ATP World Tour in matches played (97). finishing No. 13 after his US Open runner-up effort…It was his second final at Flushing Meadows (‘07) and en route he beat countryman Troicki in a five-set 1st Rd. 12-4 on clay and 6-2 on grass and went 4-8 vs. to Tsonga in five sets) and then went to No.COM 67 .NOVAK DJOKOVIC (SRB) Birthdate: May 22. Toronto*. to Youzhny) and then two weeks later in Dubai he successfully defended an ATP World Tour title for first time in his career. saving two match points…He lost to World No.m. winning two ATP World Tour titles. his nine-match winning streak came to an end with 4th RD loss to eventual champion Ljubicic…Then lost his opening round match (after a bye) in Miami* to O. 3 on August 16 before returning to No. Federer in SF. Finalist: US Open. to ATPWORLDTOUR. ’10)…Has advanced to SFs (or better) in all four Grand Slam tournaments. which ended at 10:59 p. CAREER IN REVIEW The Serbian native has put his country on the tennis map with outstanding results since making Top 20 breakthrough in ‘06…Finished No. Nadal in SF. won title at Rome* (d. Fish in F)…After a 17-4 start in first three months. reaching QFs or better in all four Grand Slam tournaments for first time in a season. 1…In February. Top 10: 39-50 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 2 (February 1. Federer) and Paris* (d. advanced to final at Queen’s (l. Cincinnati*. to Federer)…In ’07. Basel. Stepanek)…In October he defended his title in Beijing over Ferrer in a rain-delayed Monday final…Following week reached SF in Shanghai* (l. won five ATP World Tour titles in a career-high 10 finals and became first player to finish No.262. to Nadal)…During summer hard court circuit. lost to Verdasco in SF in Monte-Carlo* and QF in Rome*…At his hometown tournament in Belgrade. lost to Federer in three sets in SF…Afterwards slipped to No. he helped Serbia reach Davis Cup World Group QF by beating Americans Querrey (four sets) and Isner (five sets) in a 3-2 win in Belgrade…At Indian Wells*. France 3-2) for first time while going 7-0 in singles play…Also ranked No. Monfils)…In ’08. Beijing. to Llodra)…Was 43-12 on hard. defeating Ljubicic and Cilic in straight sets…In mid-August in Toronto*. fell to Melzer in five sets in QF after holding a two-set lead…In June at Queen's Club in London. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 2009: 2008: 3 (61-18) 2007: 3 (78-19) 2006: 3 (64-17) 2005: 3 (68-19) 2004: 187 (2-3) 16 (40-18) 2003: 676 (0-0) 83 (11-11) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $4. all personal bests…In May. 1987 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Belgrade. Semifinalist: Rotterdam. Rochus. reached QF but retired due to illness and allergies after losing first set to wild card Krajinovic…Pulled out of Madrid* following week due to illness…At Roland Garros.278. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 114 (November 30. won bronze medal at Beijing Olympics (d.88m) Residence: Monte-Carlo. returned to No. under roof and lights on Centre Court…Afterwards. Tsonga in F)… Also a two-time runner-up at US Open (’07. Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. including a final. 3 each season…Has an 18-13 record in finals and captured his first Grand Slam title at ’08 Australian Open (d. Shanghai*. matches won (78) and hard court matches won (53). Singles Winner: Dubai. reached final in Basel (l. 2 on Feb. lost to Malisse in 3rd RD but won doubles title (w/Erlich)…Went on to reach SF at Wimbledon for second time (’07) but fell short against Berdych…Participated in latest finish at All England Club in his 1st RD match against O. Serbia Height: 6’2” (1. that coming in final…In March. Roland Garros. while leading his country to Davis Cup title (d. played well on clay (16-3) with SF in Monte-Carlo* (ret. Top 10 foes.857. to Federer)…Compiled a 19-4 record in Grand Slam play (losing to Federer and Nadal twice each) and 24-7 mark in ATP Masters 1000 tournaments…In March. 2 on Sept. 16 that year and from ‘07–10 has ranked No. 7-5 (doubles). Rochus in three sets…During clay court circuit. picked up title in Indian Wells* (d. Quarterfinalist: Australian Open. runner-up in Cincinnati* (l. Wimbledon. 1 Nadal in four sets in a rain-delayed Monday final…One week later he led Serbia to a 3-2 Davis Cup SF victory over Czech Republic by winning in four sets over Berdych in fourth rubber…Tipsarevic won fifth and decisive rubber (d. lost in Madrid* SF to Nadal in longest best-of-three sets match (4:03) in Open Era (after holding three match points)…In last month. Rome*. battle and then outlasted Federer in five sets in SFs. to Federer in three sets) and 3rd RD in Paris* (l. he helped Serbia reach its first Davis Cup SF with a win over Croatia. Wawrinka) and reached SF at Hamburg and Roland Garros (l. captured four titles in six finals.956 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 18/13 Career Win-Loss vs. won back-to-back titles in Basel (d. to Nadal both times)…On grass. to Murray).

Beijing(H). and a range of products. Murray in SF. Nadal in QF. picked up title in Estoril (d. 1991) and Djordje (born July 17. continued success at Wimbledon where he advanced to SF (ret. Italian. Tennis Masters Cup-Shanghai(IH). attended Niki Pilic Academy in Munich and practiced there for almost two years before returning to Belgrade…Speaks Serbian. 7 on Apr. collected his second Masters 1000 shield in Montreal* where he posted wins over No. Montreal*(H). 3 Roddick (QF). cups. featuring his likeness on mineral water. 2009 – Miami*(H). Rome*(CL). Cincinnati*(H). 2007 – Indian Wells*(H). FINALIST (13): 2010 – US Open(H). Basel(IH). Rome*(CL). 2 Nadal (SF) and No. German and English…Favorite surface is hard courts but considers himself an all around player…Best shot is backhand down the line…His family invited 50 underprivileged Kosovo-Serb children to Belgrade in September 2007 to be courtside for Serbia-Australia Davis Cup World Group tie…Appeared in September 2007 Vogue Magazine…Elected to two-year term in June 2008 to ATP Player Council…Works with physiotherapist Milan Amanovic and Gebhard Phil-Gritsch." which has three restaurants. Halle(G). advanced to Australian Open junior singles and doubles SF (w/Jenkins) in ‘04…Has a 19-6 career singles record (17-5 in singles) in 15 Davis Cup ties since ‘04…Earned a career-high $5. clothing. a tennis academy. Nadal with toe blister)…In August. Nadal)…In July. US Open(H). Basel(IH). candy bars. Paris*(IH). won maiden ATP World Tour title in Amersfoort (d. Indian Wells*(H). 2007 – Adelaide(H). Metz(IH). Srdjan and mother. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 12-5) AUS. 2008 – Australian Open(H). Massu)…Took a nine-match winning streak into his second consecutive ATP final following week in Umag. who used to work with Austrian Thomas Muster…Coached by former ATP pro and Slovak Republic native Marian Vajda (since June 2006). had five first set points and two more in second set before losing each in a tie-break…In October. captured two ATP titles in three finals and finished as youngest player (at 19) in year-end Top 20…Also made breakthrough in Grand Slam play with a QF at Roland Garros (ret. getting past Stepanek in a 4:41 five-set marathon in 2nd RD before not dropping a set in wins over Moya (QF) and Ferrer (SF)…In title match against Federer. up 3-1 in first-set tie-break against Wawrinka…Picked up his second ATP title in Metz (d.689. Bangkok(IH). Gasquet in F) and reached SF at Roland Garros (l. FINALIST (1).Nadal) and followed with title in Miami* without dropping a set (d. Dijana… Owner of company. "Family Sports. Melzer)…In ’05. 68 . Miami*(H). 1995) are both in school and play tennis…Idol growing up was Pete Sampras…At age 12. 2…On clay. vs. retiring with respiratory problems. collected his fifth title in Vienna (d. Cañas in F)…Held serve 58 of 59 games throughout and afterwards went from 10 to No. Vienna(IH). Goran. Robredo in SF. 1 Federer (F) to become first player to defeat World’s Top 3 since Becker in October 1994 in Stockholm…He also became first player to beat Federer and Nadal in same tournament while they were ranked No. among other items…Uncle. one of Top 5 marks on ATP circuit…Went 43-12 on hard and fired a career-high 518 aces to rank No. Belgrade(CL). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 18-5 21-6 20-6 26-6 CAREER 8-7 10 QF QF SF RUP 09 QF 3RD QF SF 09 RR 09 QF 08 07 WON 4TH SF SF 2ND SF SF RUP 08 07 06 1ST QF 4TH 3RD 05 1ST 2ND 3RD 3RD BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY 10 SF 10 4TH 2ND SF QF — SF QF SF 3RD WON RR ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 105-39) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 16-4 MIAMI 12-4 MONTE-CARLO 11-5 ROME 13-3 MADRID 9-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL12-3 CINCINNATI 11-6 SHANGHAI 6-2 PARIS 9-5 05 — RUP — RUP SF 3RD 1ST — RUP WON QF — — SF 3RD SF QF — QF QF WON — — RUP RUP 2ND 2ND 1ST SF — — — — WON 3RD 2ND 2ND 3RD WON RUP 1ST 2ND WON 2ND 08 07 06 PERSONAL Began playing at age four and made pro debut at 16…Nicknamed Nole…Father. 2006 – Umag(CL). No. uncle and aunt were all professional skiers and his father was also an excellent football player…His father wanted him to be a football player or skier but excelled in tennis at an early age…Credits his family as inspiration for giving him so much support and says he wouldn’t be able to be where he is without their help…Younger brothers Marko (born Aug. 2008 – London / Queen’s Club(G).077 in ’08. 5 months…As a junior. CAREER TITLES (18): 2010 – Dubai(H). is tournament director of Belgrade Open in May…He and his family opened a restaurant in Belgrade in April 2009 called “Novak”…Father. Cincinnati*(H). sugar. Beijing(H). vs. Wawrinka)…Posted a 30-13 tie-break record. 20. to Nadal)…On grass. Estoril(CL). 1 and 2…Made his third appearance at US Open and advanced to his first Slam final. 6 in Ricoh ATP MatchFacts…Named ATP Most Improved Player in ‘06 and ’07…In ’06. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). 2006 – Amersfoort(CL). 2009 – Dubai(H). finished as youngest player in Top 100 at 18 years. Monte-Carlo*(CL).

including US Open (l. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 5 (June 22. BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 6-8 10 RR 09 RR 08 07 WON RR (08-10 w/Paes. ROLAND GARROS: Champion . and also captured crown in Estoril…Has a 5-6 career Davis Cup record (3-5 in singles) in eight ties…Earned a career-high $668. 9 individually. to Bryans)…Finished No.2010 (w/Paes). Finalist: Brisbane. GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. advanced to final in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (l. 3-1 (doubles). Moscow(w/Chardy).861 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 8/12 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 73 (April 3. Monaco Weight: 194 (87kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 159-113 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2. CAREER IN REVIEW The Czech Republic native turned in back-to-back Top 100 seasons in singles in ‘05–06 at No. cinema and playing hockey…Father. to Chardy-Gicquel) and QF at Australian Open…In February advanced to final in Dubai (l. to Lindstedt-Tecau)…Winless (0-3) during summer hard court circuit and after 1st Rd.660. Matches won-lost: ATP: 1-1 (singles) Challenger: 0-1 (singles). 2009) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 9 (31-27) 2007: 2009: 6 (31-25) 2006: 2008: 13 (27-18) 2005: 9 (37-17) 2004: 255 (0-0) 20 (32-17) 2003: 373 (0-0) 80 (1-6) 2002: 313 (0-0) 2001: 561 (0-0) 2000: 838 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $414. MIAMI: Champion . likes roller-skating.2009 (w/Paes). Finalist . Natasha. 5 in ATP Doubles Team Ranking and No.85m) Residence: Monte-Carlo. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). Winner: Miami*(w/Paes). reached SFs in Madrid* and final at Roland Garros (l. Ales. won one title and reached four other finals. Bhupathi-Mirnyi)…On clay. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-3 3-3 1-2 0-1 08 1ST — — — 07 2ND 1ST 1ST — 06 1ST 3RD 2ND 1ST 05 — 2ND — — DOUBLES (2-4 in Finals). US Open)…In ’08. 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Pisek. loss at US Open they did not play together again until November at Paris* where they reached QFs…Closed with 0-3 round robin record at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals…Finished No. US OPEN: Champion .2009 (w/Paes). 07 w/Vizner) ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* DOUBLES (1-0 in Finals).COM 69 .2010 (w/Paes) PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age five…Older sister. is a school teacher…Both parents made sacrifices by moving with him to Prague to support his tennis career…Grew up playing on clay courts…Favorite shot is drop shot…Idol growing up was Yevgeny Kafelnikov and also admires Canadian hockey player Mario Lemieux… Fitness trainer is Joe Ivanko and coached by countryman Karel Novacek.LUKAS DLOUHY (CZE) Birthdate: April 9. works in business management and mother. 2007 (w/Vizner). Roland Garros. first joined up with Paes and won title in Bangkok and reached three other finals. 2010 IN REVIEW The Czech native qualified for season-ending championship for third straight year (w/Paes)…In 17 tournaments.678. to Nestor-Zimonjic both times)…On grass. ATPWORLDTOUR. 92 (both years) before moving to doubles full-time in ‘08…In ’09. including Roland Garros…Opened season with runner-up in Brisbane (l. to AspelinHanley) and following month captured title in Miami* (d. Dubai. 5 in ATP Team Ranking…Won maiden doubles title at Costa do Sauipe.2008 (w/Paes). ‘s-Hertogenbosch(w/Paes). 2007 (w/Vizner). Czech Republic Height: 6’1” (1. Barbara was Czech Republic national champion when growing up and now a tennis coach so he followed her example…Enjoyed playing hockey as a teenager and chose tennis over hockey at age 15…In his spare time. FINALIST (12). Finalist .873 in ’09. he teamed with Paes to capture two Grand Slam titles (Roland Garros. reached Grand Slam finals at Roland Garros and US Open with countryman Vizner to finish at No. 8 in ATP Team Ranking…In ’07. Semifinalist: Madrid*(w/Paes).

2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 145 (September 17. CAREER IN REVIEW The Croat has compiled his best results in Challenger tournaments. Bosnia-Herzegovina Height: 6’0” (1. OPEN WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-1 1-1 1-1 10 2ND 2ND 2ND PERSONAL Began playing at age eight…Father. Germany. 182 No.IVAN DODIG (CRO) Birthdate: January 2. Matches won-lost: ATP: 8-7 (singles). 2010 IN REVIEW The Zagreb resident finished in Top 100 for first time at a year-end best No. 17 No. compiled a 19-12 match record. Top 10: 0-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 88 (November 8. highlighted by his second career ATP World Tour QF in Stockholm (l.953. he is one of six Croats in the year-end Top 200: RANKING No. Ivan Dodig made the biggest jump among Croatians in the Top 100 of the South African Airways ATP Rankings. Overall. Kunitsyn) in November and reaching final at Ostrava (l. 1985 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Medjugorje. 21 Andreev and Gulbis before falling to Ancic…Won Sarajevo Challenger (d. 73 No. 192 PLAYER Marin Cilic Ivan Ljubicic Ivo Karlovic Ivan Dodig Franco Skugor Antonio Veic 70 . GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-0) AUS. putting together a 61-53 record and 2-3 mark in finals…Early on worked his way up through Futures success. to Ljubicic) as a qualifer…Qualified five times during season. table tennis and video games…Childhood idol was countryman Goran Ivanisevic…Considers clay his favorite surface and his forehand as favorite shot…Physical trainer is Milos Jelisavcic and coached by Dutchman Jan de Witt…Practices at Gerry Weber Breakpoint Team in Halle. mother. to Hajek) and Kolding (l. Davorka. movies. 23 Ferrero in five sets before losing to Koubek in 2nd RD…In Challenger play. Croatia Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 10-10 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $324. made his ATP debut as a qualifier in Marseille and lost to No.290 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 88 (8-7) 2009: 181 (2-2) 2008: 387 (0-1) 2007: 298 (0-0) 2006: 414 (0-0) 2005: 840 (0-0) 2004:T1160 (0-0) 2003: T934 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $189. 1-3 (doubles) Challenger: 19-12 (singles). to Bogdanovic)…In ’08. 18-7 (doubles).83m) Residence: Zagreb.953. Meffert) and reached finals in Ostrava (l. 3 Djokovic in first round…Has an 8-16 career Davis Cup record (4-6 in singles) in 18 ties…Played 22 rubbers for Bosnia and Herzegovina between April ‘02 and July ‘06 before making debut for Croatia in ‘10. including Australian Open. compiling an 83-51 record and 3-3 mark in finals…In ‘09. 88. 14 No. brothers Zeljko and Mladen…Speaks Croatian and English…Enjoys music. reaching second round each time…His best win of the season came at Australian Open where he beat No. winning title at Astana-2 (d. CROATIANS IN TOP 200 In 2010. qualified in Zagreb and reached his first ATP World Tour QF with wins over No. Rosol) in May…Went 8-7 in ATP play and won a career high $189. 88 No. Tomislav. Wimbledon and US Open. Singles Quarterfinalist: Stockholm.

248. Como (d. losing to Tsonga 10-8 in fifth set…Second half of season highlights included QFs in Umag. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1) ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 2-1 1-1 0-1 10 3RD 2ND 1ST 10 1ST 2ND 3RD 1ST 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 4-5) CAREER MONTE-CARLO 0-1 MADRID 1-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 2-1 CINCINNATI 0-1 SHANGHAI 1-1 PERSONAL Began playing at age three…Nickname is Dolgo…Mother. 131 .83m) Residence: Kiev. 48. Petersburg. Gonzalez. Ukraine Weight: 192 (87kg) Career Win-Loss: 22-28 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $621. l. to Almagro) and followed with first career SF in Eastbourne (l. 1-7 (doubles). climing 83 spots from No. to Llodra)…Also 2nd RD at Wimbledon. was a former ATP pro and coached his son from a young age until 2008…Also has a younger sister.No.248. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. 40 ATPWORLDTOUR. 1988 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Kiev. Ginepri.COM 71 .ALEXANDR DOLGOPOLOV (UKR) Birthdate: November 7. 102 . 35 No. 24 No. l. Alexandr Dolgopolov made the second-biggest jump in the Top 50 South African Airways ATP Rankings. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 232 (June 21.No. Petersburg…Earned a career-high $446. Aranguren) and Trnava (d. Challenger: 17-4 (singles). 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 48 (21-23) 2007: 226 (0-2) 2009: 131 (1-1) 2006: 269 (0-2) 2008: 309 (0-0) 2005:T1523 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $446. CAREER IN REVIEW The Ukraine native has worked his way up to ATP World Tour by compiling successful results in Challenger and Futures level tournaments…Has a 75-45 match record and 5-2 mark in finals in Challengers while compiling a 43-13 Futures match record and undefeated in five finals…In ‘09. 1… Identifies his father as most inspirational person in his life for helping become the tennis player that he is…If he wasn’t a tennis player he would be Rally Car Driver…Coached by Australian Jack Reader. Andujar). Elena.No. St.No. RuizCadenas)…Has an 0-2 mark in Davis Cup play in two ties and made his debut in ’06. 6-4 (doubles). Ouahab)…He posted his first ATP World Tour match win in St. Moscow and St. captured first Challenger title at Sassuolo (d. 2 player from Ukraine (behind Stakhovsky) climbed over 80 spots to finish in Top 50 for the first time. Clement. 36 No. to Zeballos)…In ’07. highlighted by personal-high 21 match wins…Reached career-high No. Maria…Speaks Russian and English… Hobbies include car racing…Considers clay his favourite surface…Ambition is to be ranked No. 39 on July 19…Enjoyed Challenger success in first three months with title in Meknes and finals in Tangier and Marrakech…Had 17-4 match record in Challengers…Reached 3rd RD at Roland Garros (d. F. Here are the biggest ranking improvements in the Top 50: PLAYER IMPROVEMENT 2009 . won three Challenger titles in Orbello (d. Quarterfinalist: Umag. 48 No. 90 . Top 10: 0-5 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 39 (July 19. Matches won-lost: ATP: 21-23 (singles). Ukraine Height: 6’0” (1. 131 in 2009 to No. 133 . Moscow. was a gymnast who earned a gold and silver medal at the European Championships…Father.2010 1) Andrey Golubev (KAZ) 2) Alexandr Dolgopolov (UKR) 3) Ernests Gulbis (LAT) 4) Yen-Hsun Lu (TPE) 5) Denis Istomin (UZB) +97 +83 +66 +63 +62 No.600 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Petersburg in October (d.No. Oleksandar. Singles Semifinalist: Eastbourne. RANKING IMPROVEMENT IN TOP 50 In 2010. 98 .

18 Monfils. Colombia Height: 6’1” (1.Compiled marks of 9-12 on hard. Gulbis.041. posted his first Top 10 win over No. to Haas)…In ’07.. Colombia Weight: 169 (76kg) Career Win-Loss: 56-74 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1. is a housewife…Sister. to Tursunov)…Has a 95-60 career match record in Challengers with a 6-6 mark in finals…Has a 27-9 career Davis Cup record (18-3 in singles) in 19 ties. compiled a 25-11 match record in Challengers. 81…In ’09. Los Angeles. Elsa. to Murray) in July…His best Grand Slam showing was a career-best 3rd RD at Australian Open (l. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 3-2 4-5 3-6 1-3 10 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST 10 1ST 2ND — 1ST 2ND — 09 — — 1ST 1ST 09 — — — 2ND — 1ST 08 2ND 2ND 1ST — 07 2ND 3RD 1ST 1ST 1ST — 07 — 1ST 2ND — 06 — — 1ST 1ST — — 06 — 2ND 2ND 2ND 04 — 2ND 2ND — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 6-13) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-2 MIAMI 3-2 MADRID 0-2 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-4 CINCINNATI 1-2 PARIS 0-1 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six with father Jorge. l. Andreev. who also coaches Santiago Giraldo. to Almagro)…In limited Challenger play. highlighted by three titles…Qualified into main draw eight times during season.85m) Residence: Bogota. Kelly played at Florida Gulf Coast under a tennis scholarship…Brother Sebastian trains at Sanchez-Casal Academy and plays junior events in Florida…Likes soccer and supports the Atletico Nacional team in Colombia…Favorite music is hip-hop and rock (especially U2)…Goal in tennis is to reach the Top 10…Finished high school in Cali in 2001 (Los Angeles de San Fernando)…Tennis idols were Boris Becker and Pete Sampras…Prefers to play on hard courts and best shot is the backhand…Coached by Marcos Gorriz. 64 Giraldo) finished just outside Top 100 after reaching a career-high No. 58 during year on April 19…Tied a personal-high with 14 match wins (also in '07) and his best ATP World Tour result was QFs in 's-Hertogenbosch (d. No. Florida… Mother.041. Ljubicic. to Stepanek)…In ’08. to Malisse) in June and in Los Angeles (d. l.170 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs.ALEJANDRO FALLA (COL) Birthdate: November 14. 84 and in ’09 at No.. 6 Davydenko at Wimbledon and first by a Colombian man…Also beat del Potro at US Open (l. 72 . including Wimbledon (l. his best ATP World Tour result was QF in Washington (l. to Souza) in April…In August. reached final in his hometown of Bogota (l. 1983 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Cali. reached 3rd RD in Washington (l. 47) in ‘82…Reached his first ATP World Tour SF in Lyon (d. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. in ‘07 at No. No. 14 Ljubicic. to Tipsarevic) and qualified in Cincinnati* (d. CAREER IN REVIEW The Colombian has finished in Top 100 twice. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 105 (14-20) 2007: 84 (14-17) 2004: 125 (5-7) 2009: 81 (3-9) 2006: 108 (8-8) 2003: 279 (0-0) 2008: 182 (8-11) 2005: 238 (2-2) 2002: 563 (1-0) 2001:T1379 (1-0) 2000:T1334 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $315. a tennis coach at Sanchez-Casal Academy in Naples. to Kohlschreiber)…Did not win another match rest of season. 0-10 (doubles) Challenger: 4-3 (singles). 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 130 (August 3. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-3) AUS. 2 Colombian (behind No. 1-1 (doubles).201. 3-4 on grass and 2-4 on clay…Earned a career-high $315. l. 84) since Jairo Velasco (No. to Gicquel)…Qualified in eight ATP events in ‘09 and ‘07 to lead the circuit…In ’06. won a career-high 14 matches (also in ’10) and became first player from his country to finish in Top 100 (at No. losing six in a row…Lost to Fish in five sets in Davis Cup World Group playoff tie in September. Marach. l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 14-20 (singles). Singles Quarterfinalist: ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Top 10: 2-13 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 58 (April 19.

fell in QF to Soderling in four sets. did not reach a final but since winning first Slam title at ’03 Wimbledon. Top 10 opponents (most wins during year). 2. Nadal)…Compiled marks of 47-7 on hard. ending his record of reaching 23 straight Grand Slam SFs (since ’04 Wimbledon)…On June 7. returned at Toronto* where he beat Berdych (QF) and Djokovic (SF) in three-setters before falling to No. Matches won-lost: ATP: 65-13 (singles). Finalist: Madrid*. CAREER IN REVIEW Regarded by many as game’s greatest ever player with a record 16 Grand Slam titles (in 22 finals). having been No. ’09). to Nadal)…At Roland Garros. 2 on Oct. Soderling) in his 11th attempt and became sixth man in history to win all four Grand Slam titles in his career…One month later. Cincinnati*.698. Singles Winner: Australian Open. 2003) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 2 (65-13) 2007: 1 (68-9) 2009: 1 (61-12) 2006: 1 (92-5) 2008: 2 (66-15) 2005: 1 (81-4) 2004: 1 (74-6) 2001: 13 (49-21) 1998: 302 (2-3) 2003: 2 (78-17) 2000: 29 (36-30) 1997:T700 (0-0) 2002: 6 (58-22) 1999: 64 (13-17) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $7. 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. Semifinalist: Doha. Top 10: 135-64 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (February 2. advanced to SF although he squandered two match points in fifth set loss to Djokovic in 3:44…Afterwards fell to No. including at least one crown for eight straight years…In first 16 Grand Slam events of career. 2010 IN REVIEW 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. tying him with Agassi and one short of Nadal’s record…At US Open. breaking him for first time in final game…It was longest fifth set in a final in Grand Slam history…He served a personal-best 50 aces and earned ATPWORLDTOUR. nine on clay (two on carpet)…One of three players to finish No. 1 for fifth time in six years…Became first player (since Lendl in ‘89) to reclaim year-end top spot after losing it for a year…He captured four titles in seven finals during year and became first player to take part in three five-set Grand Slam finals in a season…He captured Roland Garros (d. Wimbledon. 1 at least five times (‘04-07. 10-4 on clay and 8-2 on grass…Went tour best 16-6 vs. joining Sampras (six) and Jimmy Connors (five)…In ‘09. he dropped to No.358 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 66/28 Career Win-Loss vs. Estoril. Switzerland Height: 6’1” (1. 1981 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Basel. 4 on Open Era titles list…In first two ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments. 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. 2-2 (doubles). 2004) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 24 (June 9. 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 mark of Borg and Sampras…His 66 career titles is No. 3 on Sept. 4 in Open Era titles list…His 44 hard court titles is two behind Agassi’s mark and also a winner of 11 titles on grass. Toronto*. (falling to Berdych in a third set tie-break after holding match point on Mar. lost in opening round to Gulbis in Rome*. including 10 finals in a row from ’05 Wimbledon to ’07 US Open and 18 of 19 through ’10 Australian Open (except ’08 Australian Open)…Has a 66-28 career mark in finals and No.ROGER FEDERER (SUI) Birthdate: August 8. Quarterfinalist: Roland Garros. ‘03…In mid-August. Paris*. finished No. reached SF in Doha (l. US Open. reached SF in Estoril (l. Halle. 1 for 285 weeks (one week shy of equalling Sampras' all-time record)…On grass in Halle reached final. Stockholm. 18… Then made his first appearance in Stockholm in 10 years and won his 64th tour-level title over F. Basel. Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. reached 3rd RD in Indian Wells* (losing to Baghdatis in a third set tiebreak after holding three match points) and followed with 4th RD exit in Miami*.289. 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. has reached final in 22 of past 30 Slam tournaments (going into ‘11)…The only player to reach all four Slam finals in a season three different years (‘06-07. reaching five finals…On July 5. 16…The following week he snapped a seven month title drought by winning Cincinnati* for fourth time (d. 10. 4 Murray in rain-interrupted final…Returned to No.COM 73 . ’09).060. Djokovic)…In Paris*. he won a record-breaking 15th Grand Slam title at Wimbledon. to Montanes) and final in Madrid* (l. 3 ranking for first time since Nov. dropped to No. 30…During clay court circuit in May. falling to Hewitt.85m) Residence: Bottmingen. Mayer…It was 18th different country he has won a tour level title…In addition. 2 on Aug. 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. Shanghai*. won 29 of 33 matches during a seven tournament span. where he collected his sixth crown in seventh straight final at the All England Club as he outlasted Roddick 16-14 in fifth set. 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. to Davydenko) and followed with his 16th career Grand Slam crown at Australian Open (d. Switzerland Weight: 187 (84kg) Career Win-Loss: 738-174 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $61. 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.

1 for second straight year highlighted by an ATP-best 11 titles (along with Nadal). Dubai (d. Sampras. 1 for third straight year highlighted by an ATP-best 12 titles. to Nadal)…In Halle. 3 after Bangkok title and became only fifth player in history of ATP Rankings (since 1973) to rank No. including his fifth straight US Open crown (d. became first player to win five straight titles since Bill Tilden captured six in a row from ‘20-25…In November. second-best behind Lendl’s 18 straight final appearances in ‘81-82…His five losses came to two players — No.to Nadal in 3:50)…In Rome*. Gonzalez) without dropping a set (first Slam title without losing a set) and first player to win a Slam title in such fashion since Borg at Roland Garros in ‘80 (fourth player in Open Era to do so)…In March. became first player to win three straight US Open titles since Lendl in ‘85-87 with his four-set win over Roddick…In October captured Tokyo title (d. Myla Rose and Charlene Riva were born on July 23…Returned in August and won Cincinnati* (d. Hewitt) and Miami* (d. finished No. to Nadal)…In his next clay court showing in Rome*. 20…After Nadal loss. including two Grand Slam and a record four ATP Masters 1000 crowns…Clinched No. 81-4) since McEnroe (. Roddick). Blake in F)…Ended year with a 29-match winning streak…In ‘05. Ferrer) in last five years…In 06. finished No. Finished No. including three Grand Slam crowns for third time in four years…Began year with a repeat title at Australian Open (d. US Open (d. Roland Garros (for third straight year) and Wimbledon…Won a career-best 21 of 25 matches on clay…Then moved to grass and won Halle title (d. ending a 40-match winning streak at Flushing Meadows…Played six (4-2) five-set matches. Lendl. Indian Wells* (d. including three Grand Slam crowns for second time in three years and four ATP Masters 1000 titles for second straight season…Competed in 16 finals in 17 tournaments played and won a career-high 92 matches (92-5). won fourth straight title there and at All England Club dropped his only set to Nadal in title match to capture his fourth consecutive Wimbledon title…Went undefeated on grass (12-0) for fourth straight year to set record for longest grass court winning streak (48)…Captured Toronto* title (d. Agassi) and Bangkok (d.965. his career-best 41-match winning streak (going back to ‘06 US Open) came to an end with his opening round loss to Cañas at Indian Wells*…Repeated runner-up effort in Monte-Carlo* (l. first player to accomplish that feat since Laver in ‘61-62… Joined Laver as only players to win at least three Grand Slam titles in two different seasons (Laver won Grand Slam in ‘62. Nadal). Ljubicic). Hewitt)…Compiled best match winning percentage in a season (.his 60th tour-level title…In process he reclaimed top ranking (on July 6) after Nadal’s run of 46 consecutive weeks at No. 1 for a fourth straight year and became only fourth player since 1973 to end year at No. (l.Aug. 18 after holding top spot since Feb. Connors (5) and McEnroe (4)…Also first player in history to reach all four Grand Slam finals in back-to-back years…Won an ATP-best eight titles (in 12 finals). 82-3) in ‘84…His record unbeaten streak in finals of 24 came to an end with his five-set loss to Nalbandian at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai…His 35-match winning streak also came to an end…By capturing five Grand Slam titles within last two years. captured four titles in eight finals. reached first final (l. defeated Nadal in final for first time on clay (1-6) to break his rival’s 81-match winning streak on the surface…At Roland Garros. 1 came to an end on Aug. dropped one set en route to final. Gonzalez at both)…Closed season by winning third Tennis Masters Cup in four years (d. advanced to 17 consecutive finals. Hamburg*. Safin). reached QF in Beijing Olympics (l. 1 on Oct. Gasquet)…At US Open.953. ‘06. Ljubicic). Roddick). against Nadal before falling in a fifth set tie-break in 5:05…At Roland Garros. Djokovic) and then at US Open. a career high…In ’08. most by a player since Lendl compiled a 106-9 mark in ‘82…Became first player since Sampras in ‘93-94 to win three straight Slam titles…His 12 titles were most in a season since Muster in ‘95…Became first player in Open Era (since ‘68) to win at least 10 titles three straight years…Also first player to reach all four Grand Slam finals in a year since Laver in ‘69…Advanced to six straight Grand Slam finals going back to ‘05 Wimbledon. withdrew from QF (vs. Nadal in SF. his twin daughters. Henman) before winning his sixth different Masters 1000 title in Madrid* and followed with his first title in his birthplace of Basel (d. Murray)…Went 50-1 on hard courts for season with only loss to Safin…After Australian Open SF loss to Safin 97 in fifth. 1 every week during calendar year (Connors. Monte-Carlo*. held 2 M. 1…During five weeks off following Wimbledon. compiled a 25-match winning streak with titles in Rotterdam (d. 2 Nadal in finals of Dubai. Blake)…Repeated title at Miami* (d. Murray)…Each of his runner-up showings came to rival Nadal. rallying from two sets down to win in five…Streak ended on clay in 74 . compiled a match record of 247-15 (. ‘04 (previous mark was 160 weeks by Connors)…At US Open. Rome* and Roland Garros and to 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 ATP Masters 1000 matches since Hamburg* in May ‘05 (along with ‘05 Cincinnati*. to Blake) and earned gold medal in doubles (w/Wawrinka)…His record streak of 237 consecutive weeks at No. became first player since Laver in ‘68-69 to win five in consecutive seasons…Also became first player since Budge in ‘37-38 to win Wimbledon and US Open back-to-back years…In two of his four losses. held at least one match point…His other losses came to Nadal in SF at Roland Garros on June 3 and to Nalbandian in fifth set tie-break on Nov. Miami*) before Nadal ended streak with his four-set win in Monte-Carlo*…Also had won nine consecutive ATP Masters 1000 finals since ‘04…Fell to Nadal in Dubai final and loss broke his Open Era record 56-match hard court winning streak going back to ‘05 Australian Open. 1 at least four consecutive years.P. 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 Borg as only players to win at least five straight crowns in Open Era…Became first player since Bill Tilden in ‘20s to capture four straight US Open titles with straight-sets win over Djokovic…It was his 12th career Grand Slam crown…Posted a 15-1 mark in Grand Slam tie-breaks during year…Closed with fourth Tennis Masters Cup title (d. lost in 3rd RD to Volandri and afterwards parted ways with coach Tony Roche…At Hamburg*.943) with Nadal only player to beat him more than once during that stretch…Going back to June ‘05. Cincinnati* (d. ‘69)… Also first player since Lendl in ‘81-82 to win at least 80 matches in back-to-back seasons… From ‘04-06. compiled a 35-match winning streak with titles in Halle (d. at Monte-Carlo*. to Safin in SF)…Moved on to Indian Wells* and became first player to win three straight tournament titles (d. 2. joining Sampras (6). Ljubicic)…Made clay court debut in MonteCarlo* and lost only one set en route to his first final (l. 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)…It also ended a record 65-match winning streak on grass and it was his first loss in a grass court final (10-1)…In August. ’06 Indian Wells*. lost in fiveset final to No. Wimbledon (d. Blake) at Paris* due to back injury for first time in a tournament after 763 matches…In ’07. 6 del Potro.

8 in 88…Won titles in Sydney and Vienna. US Open(H)..620 in ’07. Dubai(H). Cash. Gstaad(CL). Basel(IC). Hamburg*(CL). Roland Garros(CL). Miami*(H). Halle(G). compiled one of best seasons in nearly two decades. Wimbledon(G). Tennis Masters Cup(H). Dubai(H). 2005 – Tennis Masters Cup(IC). Wimbledon(G). Philippoussis)…Went 12-0 on grass…Lost only one set during fortnight. Cincinnati*(H). Australian Open(H). saved a personal-best 7 M. Hamburg*(CL). Gasquet)…At Roland Garros. in 1st RD win over Draper (l. who died in a car accident two months earlier…”This title is for him. 1 since Lendl won 11 in ‘85 and his . Halle(G). Indian Wells*(H). to Nalbandian) and SF at Australian Open in ‘98…Closed junior career with title at Orange Bowl in Miami (d. 2009 – Madrid*(CL). 1 junior in the world in ‘98… Won Wimbledon junior singles (d. Vienna(IH). capturing an ATP-best 11 titles in as many finals. 2007 – Australian Open(H). grass and hard courts in a season and first since Borg in ‘79 to win consecutive titles on those surfaces…Had winning streaks of at least 10 four different times. Rotterdam(IH). Wimbledon(G). US Open(H). Andreev) and Toronto* (d. to Nalbandian in 2nd RD)… Won singles (d. Basel(IH). Roddick)…Streak ended with his lone 1st RD loss of year to Hrbaty at Cincinnati*…Lost to Berdych in 2nd RD at Athens Olympics on Aug.925 match winning percentage was highest since Lendl compiled same mark in ‘86…Had an 18-2 record in finals over past two years after going 4-6 previous three…Became first player since Wilander in ‘88 to win three Grand Slam titles in a season…Also 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). 1 afterwards for first time on Feb. Basel(IH). Halle(G).130. 1…Won Australian Open (d. Hamburg*(CL).” he said…In ’01. 2006 – Dubai(H). to Henman)…In ‘00. FINALIST (28): 2010 – Madrid*(CL). was youngest player (18 yrs. Roland Garros(CL). 2005 – Doha(H). to Enqvist)…Lost in bronze medal match to Di Pasquale at Sydney Olympics…In ’99. Wimbledon(G). surpassing mark of 12 held by Hall-of-Famers Borg and McEnroe…First player to win multiple titles on clay. Wimbledon(G). hard) and also won indoors en route to ATP circuit-best 78 match wins…On clay was runner-up in Rome* and Gstaad…At Cincinnati*.P. Safin) and became No. Basel(IH). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 54-7 43-11 55-6 56-6 CAREER 34-7 10 09 WON RUP QF WON QF WON SF RUP 08 SF 07 06 WON RUP WON WON WON RUP RUP RUP WON WON WON 05 SF SF 02 4TH 3RD 1ST 1ST WON WON WON 1ST WON WON 4TH 4TH WON 4TH 04 03 01 3RD QF QF 4TH 00 3RD 4TH 1ST 3RD 99 — 1ST 1ST — BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY 10 09 WON SF 08 RR 07 06 05 04 03 02 75 WON WON RUP WON WON SF ATPWORLDTOUR. Ivanisevic. and earned first Masters 1000 title in Hamburg…Reached finals in Milan and at Miami*…Dedicated his Vienna title to his first coach Peter Carter. US Open(H). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 17-14) AUS. 2 and clinched year-end top spot earliest ever on Sept. CAREER TITLES (66): 2010 – Australian Open(H). 2002 – Milan(IC). Stockholm(IH). 2001 – Rotterdam(IH). Fish) and Wimbledon (d. saving three M.P. including three Grand Slam and three Masters 1000 victories…His 11 titles were most by a year-end No. with titles at Cincinnati*. earned first ATP World Tour title in Milan (d. Roddick) to become first player since Muster (12) in ‘95 to win at least 10 titles…Won longest tie-break in year-end championship history. Tennis Masters Cup(H). 2008 – Monte-Carlo*(CL). his first Swiss title in Gstaad (d. 2001 – Milan(IC). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). 2009 – Australian Open(H). US Open and Bangkok…Sprained his right ankle while practicing on Oct. Miami*(H). Dubai(H). Vienna(IH). to Corretja) and then defeated Sampras 7-5 in fifth on Centre Court in Wimbledon 4th RD. 2006 – Doha(H). Kafelnikov. 2008 – Estoril(CL). Basel(IH). Hamburg*(CL). Wimbledon(G). Borg) to win junior and men’s title at Wimbledon…Also reached final at US Open (l.)…Won Hamburg title for third time in four years (d. US Open(H). to Nadal)…Won titles in Halle and Wimbledon for third year in a row to remain undefeated on grass since ‘03 (36-0)…On hard courts.) to finish in Top 100…Compiled outstanding junior results. to Rosset) and later runner-up in native Basel (l. 17. Cincinnati*(H). Halle(G). 11 in Basel and withdrew from Madrid*. Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London(IH). captured an ATP-high seven titles in nine finals. Roland Garros(CL). 4 mos. 13 after winning first US Open crown (d. Halle(G). lone double winner during year…In ’02. 2003 – Rome*(CL). Hewitt)…Added title in Bangkok (d. Agassi)…Claimed titles on three different surfaces (clay. FINALIST (4). Boutter last three rounds)…Advanced to first Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros (l. grass. ending his 31-match winning streak at All England Club (l. Moya) and doubles titles in Vienna. including his first Grand Slam crown at Wimbledon (d. Gstaad(CL). Tennis Masters Cup(IH). Coria)…Has a 37-11 career Davis Cup record (27-6 in singles) in 18 ties since ‘99…The all-time leader in career prize money with over $60 million earned a career-high $10. Madrid*(IH). Canada*(H). 2002 – Sydney(H). US Open(H). Bangkok(IH). Cincinnati*(H). Shanghai*(H). including 23 in a row from June 7-Aug. Rome*(CL). Basel and Paris* before returning in Shanghai for Tennis Masters Cup…In ’04. Hewitt)…Only Grand Slam loss came to Kuerten in 3rd RD at Roland Garros…Then won four consecutive titles — repeat efforts in Halle (d. 6) and appear in year-end championship since Hlasek was No. I miss him a lot. 2007 – Monte-Carlo*(CL). Munich(CL). Basel(IC). US Open(H). defeating Safin 20-18 in SF…In ’03. Labadze) and doubles titles (w/O. Hamburg*(CL). 2000 – Marseille(IH). 2004 – Australian Open(H). Madrid*(IH). Tennis Masters Cup(IH). Montreal*(H). reached first ATP final in Marseille (l. Tokyo(H). Halle(G). Bangkok(IH).Monte-Carlo* where French teen Gasquet rallied to win in a third set tie-break (10-8. Indian Wells*(H). Miami*(H). Cincinnati*(H). Indian Wells*(H). defeating every member of year-end Top 10…Established Open Era record by winning 13 straight finals (going back to ‘03). Dubai(H). became first Swiss player to finish in Top 10 (at No. reached his first SF (l. his last loss of year…Won first US Open (d. Basel(IC). Roland Garros(CL). Wimbledon(G). Roddick). Toronto*(H).COM . finishing as No. Monte-Carlo*(CL). Toronto*(H). did not lose serve…Capped year with undefeated run at Tennis Masters Cup in Houston (d. and in his last two wins. Rochus) that year…One of four players (Edberg. 2003 – Marseille(IH).

Secretary General Kofi Annan…In April 2006. Mirka Federer (Vavrinec) is a former WTA Tour player and they met at 2000 Sydney Olympic Games…They married on Apr. RUP . 02.W. 2009)…Coached by former ATP pro and Pete Sampras mentor Paul Annacone (since September 2010) and also works with Swiss Davis Cup captain Severin Luthi (since 2008)…Physiotherapist is former ATP World Tour trainer Stephane Vivier (since October 2009). 04. autographed racquet used in US Open final to ATP’s TennisKatrina. Robert.2003 (w/Mirnyi) PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age eight…Mother. 2009 in Basel…Twin daughters. Malawi and Zimbabwe…Enjoys being an ambassador for global promotion of tennis and is inspired by the cultural diversity of the world…Donated several autographed items to various fundraising auctions and made a personal donation to tsunami relief efforts in January 2005…Helped organize All-Star Rally for Relief.2002 (w/Mirnyi). (one of six athletes in Top 30)…Named in Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People in World in May 14. Player of Year and Ambassador for Tennis award winner in 2004-06…Named 2003 “Swiss of the Year” by his country’s TV audience…Won Laureus World Sportsman of Year from 2004-07…Close friend of Vogue Editor-In-Chief Anna Wintour…She has attended his matches at Wimbledon and the US Open and he accompanied her to Fashion Week in New York City following 2006 US Open…Named GQ’s “International Man of the Year” for 2005 in Germany…Speaks English. initiated Roger Federer Foundation which supports disadvantaged children in South Africa and other African countries (such as Ethiopia and Zimbabwe) promoting sport for young people…In March 2005. named UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador…Carried Swiss flag in opening ceremonies of Athens Olympics in 2004 and Beijing Olympics in 2008 (on his birthday)…Named ATP Player of Year and earned Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship award from 2004–08 and ATPWorldTour.T. 05. 11. Lynette.. playing cards and table tennis.com on-line auction for the American Red Cross’ Hurricane Katrina relief efforts and it fetched a winning bid of $25. ALL-TIME GRAND SLAM TITLE LEADERS AUSTRALIAN OPEN PLAYER W-L 1) Roger Federer 4-1 2) Pete Sampras 2-1 3) Roy Emerson 6-1 4) Bjorn Borg 0-0 Rod Laver 3-1 6) Bill Tilden 0-0 7) Rafael Nadal 1-0 ROLAND GARROS W-L 1-3 0-0 2-1 6-0 2-1 0-2 5-0 WIMBLEDON W-L 6-1 7-0 2-0 5-1 4-2 3-0 2-2 US OPEN W-L 5-1 5-3 2-1 0-4 2-2 7-3 1-0 OVERALL W-L 16-6 14-4 12-3 11-5 11-6 10-5 9-2 76 . is Swiss and they met on a business trip (they both worked for a pharmaceutical company)…Has one sister Diana. is a fervent fan of hometown football team FC Basel…In 2003. Swiss German. 30 in a list of the 100 most influential people in the world of sports in Business Week Magazine in U. French and some Swedish and Italian…Golf superstar Tiger Woods attended ‘06 US Open final and both athletes met for first time…Received 2006 Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of Year award and named 200607 BBC Sports Overseas Personality of Year (also in ‘04)…In October 2007.ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 224-68. with proceeds to benefit UNICEF’s tsunami efforts…In September 2005. MIAMI: Champion . 2007 issue…Recipient of U. was on hand at United Nations in New York to announce 2005 as “International Year of Sport and Physical Education” with U.S. is South African and father. South Africa. Tanzania. 2007 in his birthplace of Basel…Elected to two-year term in June 2008 to ATP Player Council…Elected to a second term from June 2010 to June 2012…Wife.A. his parents opened a multipurpose sports site that consists of two tennis courts. an exhibition event in Indian Wells. South Africa and in November 2005. Mali. Academy Outstanding Athlete in 2005-06 presented by USA Today and MSNBC (voted by fans)…Had a stamp of him released by Swiss Post on April 10.07. a basketball and netball court as well as a football ground in small municipality of Zwide…The Roger Federer Foundation spends $1 million a year on education in Ethiopia. Calif. Charlene Riva and Myla Rose (born July 23. voted No. German.08) DOUBLES (1-1 in Finals): INDIAN WELLS: Finalist . he made a surprise visit to children in townships near Port Elizabeth.665…In November 2004.N. who is two years older…Idol growing up was Boris Becker and favorite player was Pete Sampras…Enjoys sitting on the beach. 17-12 in finals) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 29-7 MIAMI 36-10 MONTE CARLO 21-9 ROME 19-10 MADRID 27-7 TORONTO/MONTREAL26-7 CINCINNATI 23-6 SHANGHAI 4-1 PARIS 10-7 10 3RD 4TH — 2ND 07 06 05 2ND WON WON 4TH WON WON RUP RUP RUP QF QF 3RD RUP — RUP WON SF RUP WON — RUP QF 2ND RUP WON — WON WON 3RD WON 2ND WON RUP — — — — — SF 2ND QF 3RD — — 09 SF SF 3RD SF 08 SF QF 04 01 1ST 3RD QF RUP QF — — 2ND QF 2ND RUP 1ST 3RD — SF QF — WON SF 1ST — 1ST 2ND 1ST — — — — — — QF QF 2ND WON 2ND 03 02 3RD 00 — 2ND 1ST 1ST — 1ST 1ST — 1ST 99 — 1ST 1ST — — — — — — HAMBURG: 24-9 (WON .S. and fitness trainer Pierre Paganini during off season.com fans’ favorite from 2003–10…I.

‘s-Hertogenbosch(G). Finalist: Buenos Aires. Robredo). 10 Tsonga and No. 2002 – Umag(CL). in early March. Spain Weight: 160 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 353-212 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $9. Rome*. Top 10 opponents…In ’06. Czech Republic) and was 6-0 in singles…Was runner-up in Dubai and Barcelona. 5 Soderling in QF before falling to then-No. Valencia. reached SFs in Bastad (l. 1982 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Javea. he earned title in Acapulco (d. 5 Murray. CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has been a consistent performer on ATP World Tour.353. Granollers in F)…At Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London. (l. Soderling in SF. 13…In October. to Verdasco) before advancing to his first ATP Masters 1000 final in Rome*…Defeated three Top 10 players – No. captured two ATP titles in three finals and advanced to QF in two Grand Slam tournaments (Australian Open. Nalbandian. picking up titles in Auckland (d. Almagro) and Tokyo (d. No. to Federer)…In ’09. Top 10: 28-54 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 4 (February 25. 2002 – Bucharest(CL).. Top 10 opponents…Earned a career high $2. Barcelona. finishing in Top 20 for six consecutive years from ‘05-10…Has a 9-10 mark in ATP World Tour finals and his best season came in ’07 when he won a careerhigh three titles and finished No. Beijing(H). won his first career indoor title in his hometown of Valencia (d. won a career-best 61 matches. Tokyo(H). 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 7 (60-24) 2007: 2009: 17 (45-23) 2006: 2008: 12 (44-23) 2005: 5 (61-23) 2004: 48 (29-31) 2001: 219 (0-0) 14 (41-26) 2003: 71 (20-27) 2000: 407 (0-0) 15 (43-29) 2002: 59 (10-6) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $2. Spain Height: 5’9” (1. l.353. to Moya)…Has a 13-4 career Davis Cup singles record in 11 ties and member of winning team in ‘08-09. Semifinalist: Johannesburg. Madrid*. to Andreev)…In ’02. 2008 – Valencia(CL). captured first ATP title in Bucharest (d. Coria. equalled best performance at Wimbledon by reaching 4th RD. Singles Winner: Acapulco. lost first singles rubber in five sets to Monfils…In last clay event. to Golubev)…The following week in Beijing. saving one match point in fourth set…Broke into Top 10 for first time on Jan.593. No. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. 30…Was in Top 10 for five weeks during year…In ’05. 2008 – Barcelona(CL). and finished with 31-7 mark on clay (most wins in 2010)…At US Open reached 4th Rd. 2 Spaniard behind Nadal finished in Top 10 for first time in three years highlighted by capturing two ATP World Tour titles and reaching three other finals…In February. FINALIST (10): 2010 – Buenos Aires(CL). to Soderling). 7 Berdych. he reached clay final in Buenos Aires (l. helped defending champion Spain beat Switzerland 4-1 with two singles wins over Wawrinka and Chiudinelli…In April. to Nadal) and Barcelona (l. 2003 – Sopot(CL).842 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 9/10 Career Win-Loss vs. Bastad(CL). Barcelona(CL). Argentina 3-1)…In ’07.593. won title in Stuttgart (d. Acasuso) in a five-hour marathon. 2007 – Auckland(H). 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 42 (October 24. 5-5 (doubles). Valencia(IH). Kuala Lumpur. Doubles Semifinalist: Buenos Aires(w/Ramirez Hidalgo). Beijing. first season he didn’t win a title since ’05…In ’08. 2006 – Stuttgart(CL). to Soderling in five sets)…In Davis Cup QF tie in France. Rome*(CL). reached SF in Kuala Lumpur (d. defeated No. reached lone final in his hometown Valencia (l. Acasuso) while reaching his maiden final in just his second ATP event in Umag (d. 11 Cilic and No. Gasquet)…Went 9-7 vs.DAVID FERRER (ESP) Birthdate: April 2. ATPWORLDTOUR. Ferrero in three sets)…In Davis Cup 1st Rd. Båstad. 4 Murray en route to SFs in Madrid* (l. helped country to Davis Cup title (d.525. 2009 – Dubai(H). to Djokovic) and closed season by reaching final at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai (l. l. lost in 3rd RD to Melzer…On grass. Matches won-lost: ATP: 60-24 (singles). 2005 – Valencia(CL). 9 Verdasco – in straight sets before losing to Nadal in a final twice interrupted by rain… Followed up by defeating No. 5…That year he also advanced to a Grand Slam-best SF at US Open (l. 2007 – Tennis Masters Cup-Shanghai(IH). FINALIST (1). Monte-Carlo*. Roland Garros)…Also helped Spain to its first Davis Cup title in four years (d. to Federer in three sets)…At Roland Garros. to countryman Ferrero)…During week he recorded his 300th tour-level match win with a QF victory over Andreev…The following week. Båstad (d. 2 Djokovic in a rain-delayed Monday final…In November. resumed strong clay-court form from February in his first three tournaments on European clay in April…Reached back-to-back SFs at Monte-Carlo* (l.75m) Residence: Valencia. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). rallying fom two sets to one and a 1-5 deficit.COM 77 . CAREER TITLES (9): 2010 – Acapulco(CL). went 0-3 in round robin play…Finished with 2616 mark on hard and went 7-14 vs. falling to countryman Verdasco in a fifth set tie-break…Afterwards broke Top 10 on Sept.

8 78 . is an accountant. and his mother. 3 2007. Pilar. 2002-04 No. Juan Carlos Ferrero’s Academy in Villena before moving back to Javea while practicing in Denia…Father. ‘97 No. is an elementary school teacher…Older brother. with their year-end best ranking: TOP 10 PLAYER FINISHES Rafael Nadal 6 Carlos Moya 5 Manuel Orantes 4 Sergi Bruguera 3 Juan Carlos Ferrero 3 Alex Corretja 2 David Ferrer 2 Jose Higueras 2 Tommy Robredo 2 Alberto Berasategui 1 Albert Costa 1 Emilio Sanchez 1 YEAR-END YEARS BEST RANKING 2005-10 No. 5 1979. David Ferrer finished in the Top 10 for the second time in his career. 1 1997-98. 5 1974-77 No. 3 1998. 9 1990 No. ‘10 No. SPANIARDS IN TOP 10 In 2010. basketball and is big fan of FC Barcelona…Enjoys reading and keeps every book…Coached by countryman Javier Piles. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 14-8 18-8 13-8 15-8 CAREER 4-4 10 2ND 3RD 4TH 4TH 10 RR 10 2ND 4TH SF 09 3RD 3RD 3RD 2ND 07 RUP 08 QF QF 3RD 3RD 07 4TH 3RD 2ND SF 06 4TH 3RD 4TH 3RD 05 1ST QF 1ST 3RD 04 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 03 1ST 2ND 2ND 1ST BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 94-67) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 8-8 MIAMI 15-8 MONTE CARLO 17-7 ROME 12-8 MADRID 8-8 TORONTO/MONTREAL 5-7 CINCINNATI 11-7 SHANGHAI 3-2 PARIS 5-6 09 4TH 4TH 3RD RUP 1ST SF 2ND 1ST 2ND 3RD 3RD 3RD 2ND 3RD — 08 3RD 2ND QF 2ND 2ND 3RD 2ND — 2ND 07 QF 4TH QF 1ST 2ND 2ND QF — QF 06 2ND SF QF 1ST 2ND 1ST QF — 2ND 05 3RD SF QF SF QF 2ND 2ND — QF 04 1ST 1ST — 3RD 1ST 2ND 1ST — 1ST 03 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 2ND — — — — PERSONAL Born in Javea but moved to Gandia at age 13. ‘83 No. Here are the13 Spaniards to finish in the Top 10 since the inception of the South African Airways ATP Rankings in 1973. 4 1993-94. then two years later to Barcelona to attend Catalan Tennis Federation…Spent nine months at Equelite. ‘00 No. Javier. 7 1994 No.GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-8) AUS. 4 2001-03 No. is a tennis coach and former Spanish junior champion (under 13)…His other favorite sports are football. Jaime. 7 2006-07 No. 8 2002 No.

Top 10: 39-57 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (September 8. matching best finish by a Spanish player in history of ATP Rankings (since 1973)…Won four titles in a careerhigh seven finals and led his country to Davis Cup final (lost 3-1 to Australia) with a 4-3 singles mark during year…Lost five-set matches to Hewitt and Philippoussis in final…First player since Lendl in ‘80 to win at least 30 matches on clay (33-5) and hard courts (30-12) in same season…Lost only one opening round match in 20 tournaments…In each Grand Slam tournament. Spain Height: 6’0” (1. 2010 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 30 for ninth time in 11 years. finished out of Top 50 for first time since his rookie campaign in ‘98…Runner-up in Auckland (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 33-14 (singles). CAREER IN REVIEW The veteran Spaniard has been one of most consistent performers on ATP World Tour. to Hewitt)…Missed March due to chicken pox…Did not play a tournament prior to Roland Garros after injuring his right wrist and ribs in a fall while practicing on May 8 in Spain…Came in as defending champion in Paris and lost to Andreev in 2nd RD…In ’03. which was second-best on ATP circuit during year (Hewitt-17)…Won title in Estoril then put together a stretch of three straight finals. 8 and held top spot for eight weeks before finishing a year-end best No. turned in a career-best result at that time (20-3 record)…Reached final at US Open with wins over former champions Hewitt (QF) and Agassi (SF)…First Spaniard to reach US Open final since Manuel Orantes won title in ‘75…By reaching final. Costa)…Closed season with runner-up effort at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai where he lost an epic five-set battle to No. did not drop a set en route to Cincinnati* final and defeated three Top 10 players — No. Kubot). (4-2 in ATP Masters 1000 finals) and a four-time winner in ’01 and ’03…Captured his lone Grand Slam crown at Roland Garros in ’03 (d. Buenos Aires. highest year-end by a Spaniard since Corretja (No. to Ginepri in five sets)…Went 0-2 on grass. Hamburg. to Federer)…In ’06. Kuerten) before the streak was snapped by countryman Albert Portas at Hamburg*… ATPWORLDTOUR. Zverev)…Also withdrew from US Open with right shoulder injury…Missed three months of action…In ’07.394. finished in Top 25 for eighth time in 10 years and broke a 110-tournament title drought by winning Casablanca crown (d. l. to Montanes). to Federer)…Reached lone final in Rotterdam (l. No. 1 Roddick by 26 points in Race going into year-end event but went 0-3 in round robin…In ’02. l. winning in Barcelona (d. finished with his first Top 10 showing at No. 6 in Spain…Compiled marks of 28-7 on clay and 5-5 on hard courts. Quarterfinalist: Monte Carlo*. to Ferrer)…Returned to European clay in April and best result was QF in Monte-Carlo* (d. Serra)…In ’08. to Melzer)…He underwent left knee and right wrist surgery on Oct. Moya) and Rome* (d. highlighted by first Grand Slam final at Roland Garros (l. reached final in Barcelona (l. won two ATP titles in five finals. finished out of Top 30 for first time in five years and best Slam showing was SF at Australian Open (l. second-longest of career (won 16 in a row during ‘02) in February as he won titles in Costa do Sauipe (d. highlighted by three ATP World Tour titles for first time since ‘03…He compiled a 14-match winning streak. 3 in ‘03…Also won a personal-best 67 matches that year and won ATP Masters 1000 titles in Monte-Carlo* (Coria) and Madrid* (d. Starace)…One month later he finished season with 3rd RD at US Open (l. 18…In ’05. to Nadal) and Vienna (d. to A. 5. 3 since Corretja in ‘98. 2003) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 198 (February 3. 3) in 1998…Also compiled a career-best 16-match winning streak. QF in Hamburg (l. Daniel) with leg injury and in 2nd RD at Wimbledon with a hamstring injury (vs. 4 and became first Spaniard since Bruguera in ‘93-94 to appear in Top 5 in back-to-back seasons…Won Hong Kong (d. 5 Blake (2nd). Ferrer) and reached final in Acapulco (l.292 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 15/18 Career Win-Loss vs. to Kohlschreiber) and handed Nadal his lone clay court loss (24-1) of year in 2nd RD of Rome*…Retired in 1st RD at Roland Garros (vs.COM 79 . Massu)…In ’09. No. Verkerk) and later that year reached final at US Open (l. to Roddick)…After Open he became No. Singles Winner: Costa do Sauipe. Umag. Nalbandian in QF. became first Spaniard to finish No. Moya)…Injured his right ankle while practicing on off-day at Roland Garros but recovered to reach final…In ’01.320.83m) Residence: Villena. then resumed clay success in mid-July with SF in Stuttgart (l. 1980 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Onteniente. to Ljubicic) and lost to eventual champion nine times during year…Helped his country back into ‘06 Davis Cup World Group by winning fifth and decisive rubber against Italy’s Bracciali…In ’04.JUAN CARLOS FERRERO (ESP) Birthdate: February 12. to Cañas)…Best Slam result was QF at Wimbledon (l. 2003) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 29 (33-14) 2007: 24 (34-23) 2004: 31 (23-16) 2001: 5 (57-21) 1998: 345 (0-0) 2009: 23 (35-20) 2006: 23 (28-23) 2003: 3 (67-21) 2000: 12 (46-26) 1997: 671 (0-0) 2008: 55 (21-15) 2005: 18 (46-27) 2002: 4 (48-25) 1999: 43 (16-8) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $731. 2 Nadal (QF) and No. Buenos Aires (d. Spain Weight: 160 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 454-239 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $13. to Nadal)…Also reached 3rd RD at Roland Garros (l. 1 in ATP Rankings…Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Houston and trailed No. to F. Mayer) and title in Umag (d. including three straight Top 5 campaigns from ‘01-03…He owns a 15-17 career record in finals. 7 Robredo (SF) — before falling to Roddick…His ranking improved from 31 to No. Finalist: Acapulco. 1 Hewitt 6-4 in final set…Lost first two sets before winning next two and led 3-1 in final set but Hewitt rallied to repeat as champion…Finished at No. 10 Tsonga. Semifinalist: Stuttgart. finishing in Top 25 eight times. became second Spaniard (Moya in ‘99) to hold No. 1 on Sept. best result was runner-up in Costa do Sauipe (l.

reached QF (l. Hong Kong(H). Alicante. 43…Captured first ATP title in Mallorca. 2001. “Equelite-Juan Carlos Ferrero” in his hometown of Villena. US Open(H). Roland Garros(CL). made biggest ranking improvement in Top 50 from previous year. received its first Michelin Star in 2011 Spain & Portugal Michelin Guide…The product selection and the creativity shown in restaurant menu contributed to hotel restaurant’s first recognition…Friend of countryman and pro golfer Sergio Garcia…Received Spain’s 2003 “National Sportsman of the Year” award on Sept. 2009 – Casablanca(CL). Gstaad(CL). to eventual winner Safin)…In ’99. 2004 – Rotterdam(IH). 2002 – Monte-Carlo*(CL). Bangkok(IH). Buenos Aires(CL). moving 302 positions from No. 2000 – Dubai(H). opened tennis school. Eduardo. 2005 – Barcelona(CL). 30. losing again to eventual champion Kuerten…In ‘00. to Kuerten) and led Spain to its first Davis Cup title ever…Posted wins over Australia’s Rafter and Hewitt to clinch 3-1 final Cup victory…At Olympics in Sydney. to promote future tennis talents between ages 14 and 21…Bought an old cottage and refurbished into “Hotel Ferrero” in July 2007 in Bocairente. Estoril(CL). Rosario. 2008 – Auckland(H). Barcelona(CL). 1 and two-time Roland Garros champion Jim Courier…Likes to collect motor bikes and cars (his favorite is a Renault Spider)…Fan of Real Madrid football team…Draws his tennis inspiration from his mother. 2007 – Costa do Sauipe(CL). Madrid*(IH). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 20-10 33-10 22-10 20-11 CAREER 5-7 10 1ST 3RD 1ST 3RD 03 RR 10 3RD 4TH QF 1ST — — — — — 09 1ST 2ND QF 4TH 02 RUP 08 4TH 1ST 2ND — 01 SF 08 4TH 3RD 3RD 3RD — — — — — 07 2ND 3RD QF 1ST 06 3RD 3RD 3RD 2ND 05 3RD 3RD 4TH 1ST 04 SF 2ND 3RD 2ND 01 2ND WON RUP SF 4TH 2ND 3RD RUP 3RD 3RD 03 QF 02 — 00 3RD SF — 4TH 99 — — — 1ST BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 122-73) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 8-9 MIAMI 10-9 MONTE CARLO 31-8 ROME 16-7 MADRID 10-8 TORONTO/MONTREAL13-9 CINCINNATI 15-9 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 7-7 HAMBURG: 12-6 (RUP . 80 . Barcelona(CL). 2006 – Cincinnati*(H). 345 to No. Safin) to capture an ATP title during year…Named ‘99 ATP Newcomer of Year…Reached Roland Garros junior final in ‘98 (l. 2003 – Monte-Carlo*(CL). Kitzbühel(CL). advanced to his first Grand Slam SF in his debut at Roland Garros (l. who passed away when he was 17…In Oct. Vienna(IH). 2004 from King Juan Carlos in Madrid…It is highest sporting accolade by Spanish government…Fitness trainer is Miguel Maeso and coached by Antonio Martinez (since 1989) and Samuel Lopez (since October 2009). 2001 – Hamburg*(CL).2001) 09 — — — — 2ND 3RD 1ST 1ST — 07 4TH 2ND SF 2ND 3RD 1ST 3RD — 1ST 05 2ND 4TH SF — 1ST 3RD RUP 2ND — — — 3RD 06 3RD 2ND 3RD 1ST 2ND 2ND 04 — — 1ST — 2ND 1ST 2ND — — 01 1ST 4TH WON WON 2ND SF 2ND WON WON QF — 3RD 2ND QF 2ND SF 2ND — — — 3RD 2ND 3RD 03 02 2ND 1ST 3RD 3RD 00 1ST 2ND QF 3RD — 3RD 1ST — SF 99 — — — — — — — — 2ND PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age seven with his father. CAREER TITLES (15): 2010 – Costa do Sauipe(CL). to Di Pasquale)…Made indoor breakthrough at Paris* where he reached his first SF (l. 2001 – Dubai(H). who often travels with son…Has two sisters. Umag(CL). 50 minutes south from Valencia (features 12 luxury suites)…In November 2010. to Safin).All three finals were five-sets and for year played in an ATP-high eight five-set matches (4-4)…Continued strong play at Roland Garros where he advanced to SF for second straight year. 11 Corretja in three sets in his fifth career event…Qualified and advanced to SF in Casablanca in ATP debut…One of three teenagers (Hewitt. 2002 – Roland Garros(CL).760 in ’03. to Gonzalez)… Has a 17-6 singles and 0-1 doubles record in 16 Davis Cup ties and member of winning team in ‘00 and ‘04…Earned a career-high $3. FINALIST (18): 2010 – Acapulco(CL). Rome*(CL). Tennis Masters Cup-Shanghai(IH). 2003 – Sydney(H). 2009 – Umag(CL). reached ATP finals in Dubai (l.026. defeating No. 1999 – Mallorca(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 21-17) AUS. Ana and Laura…As a youngster. Valencia(CL). admired play of former No. to Kiefer) and Barcelona (l.

ranked No. was 3-2 as U. Stacey Gardner (married September 28. 2008 – Indian Wells*(H). CAREER IN REVIEW The American has six Top 50 seasons in eight years and is 5-12 in finals…In ’09. fell to No. Colombia in 3-2 Davis Cup World Group win…Was 5-1 in five-sets. to Roddick in third-set tie-break. held 2 M. Atlanta(H). Rochus) and Atlanta (d. Minnesota. 47 to win Comeback Player of the Year…Won Houston as wild card. Atlanta. Isner in F)…Career-best 11-match win streak ended in Washington 3rd RD (l. won first title in Stockholm (d. 20. 2003 – Stockholm(IH). Semifinalist: Sydney. is teaching pro. No. INDIAN WELLS: Champion . ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati(H). Cincinnati*. to Spain)…In ’03. l. 2003 – Delray Beach(H). 9-6 (6-5 in singles) in nine ties. FINALIST (12): 2010 – London / Queen’s Club(G). 2010 IN REVIEW No.)…Held serve 74 straight games and extended streak to 92 games at US Open…In Davis Cup. with career-high 40 match wins…Fell to No. 1 Federer. reached final (l. 25-10 on hard. beating No.P.878. who helped him lose 30 pounds prior to 2010 season. Sally. New Haven(H). then finished No. 15…In ’04. mother. 2004 – San Jose(IH). Fla. O. including Cincinnati* (l. Florida.2009 (w/Roddick) PERSONAL Father. Meredith…Moved from Minnesota to Vero Beach. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 14 (July 6. FINALIST (1). won first title in three years at Delray Beach…Had left knee surgery Sept. Finalist: London / Queen’s Club. Halle(G). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 7-7) AUS. Soderling) and three-time finalist. won Athens Olympics silver (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 40-14 (singles). ATPWORLDTOUR. Doubles Winner: San Jose(w/Querrey). 3 Djokovic)…Reached QF at US Open (d. 341 on Feb.858 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/12 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10. No. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). Top 10: 20-37 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 16 (November 15.724. to No. ending season…In ’08. 2007 – New Haven(H). USA Height: 6’2” (1. 212…In ’05. Washington(w/Knowles).88m) Residence: Tampa. No. 8 Verdasco (2nd RD). at age four in ‘85…Lived with Andy Roddick in ‘99…Played basketball and tennis with Roddick at Boca Prep…Avid golfer…In ‘04. to Massu in five sets)… In Davis Cup singles. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 12-8 2-5 8-8 12-10 10 1ST 2ND 2ND 4TH 10 2ND 4TH — — 2ND — RUP 09 3RD 1ST 3RD — 09 2ND 2ND — 2ND 2ND — — — 08 3RD 2ND 1ST QF 08 07 QF — 1ST 2ND 06 — — 3RD 2ND 06 3RD 2ND — — 2ND — 2ND — 05 2ND 1ST — 1ST 05 2ND 2ND — — — — — — 04 1ST — 2ND 2ND 04 4TH 2ND — — 2ND — 1ST 2ND 03 3RD 1ST 3RD 2ND 03 — 3RD 1ST 2ND 3RD 1ST RUP 02 2ND — — 2ND 02 1ST 2ND — — — — — — 01 — — 1ST 1ST 01 2ND — — — — — — — 00 — — — 1ST 00 — 2ND — — — — 1ST — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 45-45) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 13-9 MIAMI 9-9 MONTE CARLO 0-1 ROME 3-4 MADRID 7-7 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-2 CINCINNATI 11-7 PARIS 2-3 — 07 2ND 1ST — — — 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST — 1ST 1ST — 2ND RUP 1ST DOUBLES (1-0 in Finals). No. 4 Davydenko. No.MARDY FISH (USA) Birthdate: December 9. to Querrey)…Back-to-back titles in Newport (d. 2009 – San Jose(IH). Athens Olympics(H). 2009 – Delray Beach(H). Roddick in SF.S. Semifinalist: Memphis(w/Knowles). 9 Blake in 3rd RD. to Roddick)…In ’06. Cincinnati*(H). 13 Roddick (SF) (l. Delray Beach. 2008)… Fitness trainer is Christian LoCascio. 5-3 vs. Tom. Singles Winner: Newport. 28. 4-2 on clay and 20-5 in tie-breaks…Earned career-high $933. USA Weight: 178 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 232-174 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4.COM 81 . to Nadal)…In ’07. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 16 (40-14) 2009: 55 (21-17) 2008: 23 (32-23) 2007: 39 (24-23) 2006: 47 (22-18) 2005: 227 (6-11) 2004: 37 (29-20) 2003: 20 (39-25) 2002: 81 (11-11) 2001: 141 (5-8) 2000: 304 (3-4) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $933. 1981 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Edina. runner-up at Indian Wells* (d. 11-2 on grass. Nottingham(G). 1…Went 285 after Roland Garros…Runner-up at Queen's (l. 2 American had first Top 20 since ‘03. 108 on Mar. first Slam QF at Australian Open (l. underwent left wrist surgeries on June 13 and Sept. 7 Nalbandian. l. to Cilic)…Cincinnati* finalist. to Federer)…Had two five-set singles wins vs. hit 370-foot home run to right in batting practice at New York Mets’ Shea Stadium…Hosts Mardy’s Tennis and Jake’s Music Fest with country music star Jake Owen…Wife. housewife…Younger sister. 2006 – Houston(CL). 4 Murray (QF) and No.878. CAREER TITLES (5): 2010 – Newport(G). 21-12 (doubles).

mother Silvana is a housewife…Has one younger sister. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). compiled his best results on clay. Warsaw and Umag) and winning two Challenger titles…Also advanced to his first ATP QF in Viña del Mar (l. 2010 IN REVIEW The No.469. 9 Verdasco in 1st RD (l. Singles Quarterfinalist: Costa Do Sauipe. 5-12 (doubles) Challenger: 18-3 (singles). including a year-end best No. 5-3 (doubles). to Wawrinka) and Wimbledon where he beat No. to Ventura)…In ’07. Fulvia.141 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. fan of Inter Milano and Genoa and idols are football player Ivan Zamorano. to Benneteau)…Also earned three Challenger titles. Italy Height: 5’10” (1. reaching SF in Stuttgart (d. English.469.78m) Residence: Arma di Taggia.305. 15 seed Monfils in five sets. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-3 2-3 3-3 0-3 10 1ST 3RD 3RD 1ST 10 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND — 2ND 09 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 09 1ST — 3RD 2ND 2ND — 2ND — 08 1ST — 1ST 1ST 08 2ND — — — 1ST — — — 07 — 1ST — — 07 — — — — — 3RD — — 06 — — — 1ST — — — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 11-16) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 2-3 MIAMI 0-1 MONTE CARLO 2-2 ROME 1-3 MADRID 1-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 3-2 SHANGHAI 1-1 PARIS 1-1 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age four…Nickname is Fogna…Father. advancing to three ATP World Tour SFs (Costa do Sauipe. reaching 3rd RD in back-to-back events in Kitzbühel (l. CAREER IN REVIEW The Italian has finished in Top 100 for four straight years (‘07-10). 1987 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Sanremo. l. to Hanescu) and QF in Bucharest…In ’08. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 55 (16-26) 2009: 54 (20-26) 2008: 92 (16-18) 2007: 94 (5-7) 2006: 249 (2-5) 2005: 302 (0-1) 2004: 786 (0-0) 2003:T1082 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $424. 82 . while compiling an 18-3 match record…Went 9-14 on clay. No. two on home soil and one in Chile. l. to Seppi) and in Montreal* where he posted win over No.FABIO FOGNINI (ITA) Birthdate: May 24. Fulvio. 3 Italian (behind Starace and Seppi) finished in Top 60 for second straight year…His best ATP World Tour result was QF in Costa do Sauipe in February…Turned in Grand Slam personal-best 3rd RD at Roland Garros (d. 94 with a combination of successful ATP (5-7) and Challenger results (34-17 record)…Qualified in five ATP tournaments. Top 10: 1-13 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 54 (November 30. 14 Murray before losing to Federer…Has a 5-2 career Davis Cup singles record in five ties. Italy Weight: 163 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 59-83 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. 54 in 2009 when he won a personal best 20 matches. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-5) AUS. No. finished in Top 100 for first time at No. owns his own company. motorbike star Valentino Rossi and football world champion Marco Materazzi…Enjoys playing on all surfaces and considers best shots his forehand and backhand…Fitness trainer is Ennio Capano and coached by Pablo Martin. who is a student…Speaks four languages: Italian. Spanish and French…Hobbies include football. Doubles Finalist: Acapulco(w/Starace). 4-10 on hard and 3-2 on grass…Earned a career-high $424. Matches won-lost: ATP: 16-26 (singles). 11 Davydenko. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 110 (March 8.

Poland Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 243-183 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1. Beijing. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (11).325 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 11/18 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 317 (August 12.2007. Barcelona.MARIUSZ FYRSTENBERG (POL) Birthdate: July 8. winning at least one title for eight straight years. Bhupathi-Knowles)…They have won four titles on home soil in Warsaw. Vienna.640. CAREER IN REVIEW The Warsaw native has collected 11 ATP World Tour doubles titles (in 29 finals) with countryman Matkowski since ‘03…They won two ATP World Tour doubles title from ‘07-09 and their biggest title came at ’08 Madrid* (d. Marta (married July 28. Finalist .2010. Warsaw Vienna. FINALIST (18) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 6-8 10 09 08 SF RR SF (all w/ Matowski) 06 RR *ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* DOUBLES (1-2 in finals). Eastbourne Madrid*. Zdzislaw. 1980 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Warsaw. to Bryans)…In October they advanced to four straight finals. last coming in ’08…They have an overall 240-181 doubles record…They have reached year end championship three times (2006.640.2008. Fleming-Skupski) prior to Wimbledon…They struggled in their next six tournaments with a 2-6 mark until getting to US Open where they reached QFs (l. Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London(all w/Matkowski). to Nestor-Zimonjic)…Their finals streak ended with 1st Rd. SHANGHAI: Finalist . Beijing (l. Doubles Winner: Eastbourne. Poland Height: 6’4” (1.578. 2010 IN REVIEW The Polish doubles specialist teamed with Matkowski to qualify for their fourth season-ending championship in past five years (except ’07)…Reached SFs at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. Sopot Bucharest Sopot Costa do Sauipe Sopot ATPWORLDTOUR. including three on Asian circuit…They were finalists in Kuala Lumpur (l. loss in Valencia…Finished No. Shanghai*. MADRID: Champion . Father. Roland Garros and US Open in ’10…Member of Polish Davis Cup team and has a 22-9 career record (15-4 in doubles) in 23 ties. to Melzer-Paes)…Continued strong play in Europe with runner-up in Vienna (l. to Bhupathi-Mirnyi)… They got to a slow start (15-14) through first week of June before capturing their lone ATP World Tour title of season in Eastbourne (d. Finalist: Kuala Lumpur. 4 in ATP Doubles Team Ranking and No. 12 individually…Earned a career-high $361. Here’s a look at their titles: YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 TITLE(S) Eastbourne Kuala Lampur. ’08-09) and their best Grand Slam results are SF appearance at Australian Open in ‘06 and QFs at ’09 Australian Open. and older brother Darek…Speaks Polish. to CermakMertinak). 2009 (all w/Matkowski) PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age seven…Nickname is Fryta…Mother Ewa. Semifinalist: Miami*.COM 83 .93m) Residence: Warsaw. Matches won-lost: ATP: 38-28 (doubles). to Bryans) and ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai* (l. 2002) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 10T(October 11. 2007 in Warsaw) POLISH DOUBLES SUCCESS Mariusz Fyrstenberg and his countryman Marcin Matkowski have combined to caputre 11 ATP World Tour titles during their career. English and Spanish… Enjoys reading and ski jumping… Admires Spaniard Juan Carlos Ferrero…Favorite surface is clay and considers best shot an overhead smash… Wife. 2010) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: T12 (38-28) 2009: 18 (34-27) 2008: 15 (38-27) 2007: 24 (39-25) 2006: 16 (43-32) 2005: 54 (20-20) 2004: 49 (25-20) 2003: 88 (5-1) 2002: 165 (1-1) 2001: 298 (0-2) 2000: 619 (0-0) 1999: 693 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $361.

Georgia Height: 6’2” (1. Besiki. Russia/Naples. Romania and beat Crivoi in dead rubber…In ’08. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-2) AUS. in Rotterdam. highlighted by QF appearance in New Haven in August (l. 7 Gonzalez in five sets for first Top 10 win at US Open…In doubles.523. both on clay…Made Davis Cup debut in 1st RD vs.514. advanced to a personal best four QFs. 2010 IN REVIEW The Russian finished in Top 100 for second time in three years. to Istomin)…Turned in his best career Grand Slam result at Roland Garros where he qualified and reached 4th RD with wins over Koellerer. Georgian. made breakthrough by reaching his first ATP QF in Memphis and 3rd RD at Indian Wells* (l. 1 Pete Sampras…Hobbies include playing football and basketball…Does not have a favorite surface (enjoys playing on all) and considers return as strength in his game…Considers his wife and parents as most inspirational people in his life…Former coach Andrei Kesarev trained him for nine years for free since he couldn’t afford a coach…Wife. Zagreb. Spanish and English…His idols growing up were Michael Jordan and sixtime World No. who plays pro basketball for Tbilisi Dynamo. Amersfoort and Bucharest…Also won four Challenger titles and compiled a 29-10 mark…In ’07. 65 in ‘08. CAREER IN REVIEW The Russian finished a year-end best No. 3-6 (doubles) Challenger: 16-11 (singles).TEYMURAZ GABASHVILI (RUS) Birthdate: May 23. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 118 (September 10. USA Weight: 182 (82kg) Career Win-Loss: 54-100 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. 84 . Ana. Georgia and moved to Moscow at age nine…Father. Zemlja and No. Maria (married June 28. winning a personal-best 13 matches (also in ’09)…In February ’09. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Levan.88m) Residence: Moscow. 5-8 (doubles). 8 Roddick in straight sets before losing to Melzer in four sets…Went 10-17 in ATP level play and 16-11 in Challengers with four SF showings. to Haas)…Beat No. Florida. Matches won-lost: ATP: 10-17 (singles).240 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. of North Florida in Jacksonville and graduated in 2009…Trained at Barcelona Total Tennis Club for the past ten years. 1985 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Tbilisi. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-3 4-3 1-3 2-5 10 1ST 4TH 2ND 1ST 09 2ND 2ND — — 1ST — — 09 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 07 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST — — 1ST 08 — — — 1ST 06 — — 1ST 1ST — 1ST 3RD 07 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 06 — — — 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 6-12) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-2 MIAMI 2-2 MONTE CARLO 0-2 ROME 0-2 MADRID 0-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 PARIS 1-2 PERSONAL Began playing at age six at school…Born in Tbilisi. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 80 (10-17) 2007: 120 (10-28) 2004: 254 (0-2) 2009: 106 (13-24) 2006: 102 (6-12) 2003: 288 (0-0) 2008: 65 (13-13) 2005: 141 (2-4) 2002: T882 (0-0) 2001:T951 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $319. who is a student…His uncle was a Soviet Union champion in diving…Speaks Russian. Top 10: 2-10 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 59 (February 2. 59…His best ’09 results were QFs in Casablanca and Bastad. reached maiden ATP final at Indianapolis (w/Karlovic)…Has an 1-2 Davis Cup record in two ties (1-1 in singles)…Earned a career-high $337. Ecaterina. is a retired auditor.833 in ’09. Doubles Semifinalist: St. Petersburg(w/Elgin). mother. 2008) played at Univ. and one younger sister. he reached a career-high No. is a retired doctor…Has one younger brother. Singles Quarterfinalist: New Haven.

reached SF in San Jose (l. Semifinalist: Estoril.006. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 33 (31-23) 2007: 2009: 41 (28-27) 2006: 2008: 62 (21-22) 2005: 90 (13-22) 2004: 128 (5-7) 69 (15-20) 2003: 239 (0-1) 91 (19-26) 2002: 360 (0-0) 2001: T878 (0-0) 2000:T1126 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $701. 2010 IN REVIEW The Spaniard enjoyed best season. 1983 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: La Roda (Albacete). is a teacher…Mother. 33…Broke into Top 30 for first time in career in October…Won personal-high 31 matches. Tokyo.532 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/1 Career Win-Loss vs. to Andreev)…In ’07. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 88 (April 26. to Gil)…In doubles. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-3) AUS.635. Spain Weight: 180 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 132-148 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2. 2009 – Kitzbühel(CL). hard-Delray Beach)…In ’06. 1 Nadal in SF (saved 24 of 26 break points)…Appeared in his first ATP Masters 1000 QF in Shanghai* (l. to Malisse) and a trio of QFs…Also claimed Scheveningen Challenger title (d. to Kim)…In ’04. Quarterfinalist: Casablanca. Singles Winner: Bangkok. Juan Garcia Ballesteros. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 6-6 4-7 5-6 3-6 10 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 10 4TH 2ND 1ST 3RD 3RD — — QF 09 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND 09 1ST 1ST — — 1ST 1ST 3RD 1ST 08 3RD 2ND 3RD 2ND 08 2ND 1ST — — — — — — 07 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST 07 3RD 2ND 3RD — — — — — 06 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 05 — — 1ST — — — — — 05 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 04 — 2ND — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 19-20) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 6-4 MIAMI 2-4 MONTE CARLO 1-3 ROME 2-1 MADRID 2-2 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 2-1 SHANGHAI 3-2 PERSONAL Nickname is Guille or Willy…Began playing tennis at seven years old…Father. Doubles Winner: Doha(w/Montanes). 5 Carlos Moya in first round of 2005 Australian Open. 9-12 (doubles).006. reached first ATP SF in Umag (l. won first career title in Doha (w/Montanes)…Earned careeer-high $701. and also posted biggest win of his career over No. made Australian Open debut and recorded first Top 10 win over No. Montanes)…In doubles. reached three ATP World Tour QFs on as many surfaces (clay-Estoril. ATPWORLDTOUR. CAREER TITLES (2): 2010 – Bangkok(IH). to Roddick) and Gstaad (l. Agassi. reached first ATP doubles final in Umag (w/Portas)…In ’05. to Llodra)…Reached to SF in Estoril (l.88m) Residence: La Roda (Albacete). is a nurse…Has one younger brother. turned in SF in Delray Beach (d. which allowed him to break Top 100 for first time…Fitness trainer is Francisco Garcia Rebolloso and coached by Juan Manuel Esparcia Clemente. Juan…Enjoys playing football and skiing…Supports FC Barcelona…Practices often with fellow resident Juan Carlos Ferrero…Athletes who inspired him are Zinedine Zidane.GUILLERMO GARCIA-LOPEZ (ESP) Birthdate: June 4. to Djokovic)… Reached his first grass court final in June in Eastbourne (l. Paqui Lopez Cuesta. Top 10: 7-22 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 29 (October 18. FINALIST (1): 2010 – Eastbourne(G). CAREER IN REVIEW The La Roda (Albacete) native finished in Top 50 for first time at No. Benneteau)…Also a SF in Eastbourne and QF in five others…In ’08. 5 Moya (l. Shanghai*. l. his first on hard court. including 10 of 12 matches on Asian circuit…Captured title in Bangkok (d. finishing a year-end high No. Spain Height: 6’2” (1. Semifinalist: Bangkok(w/Chiudinelli). Nieminen). FINALIST (3). grass-Nottingham.COM 85 . Matches won-lost: ATP: 31-23 (singles). 41 in ‘09 while winning his first ATP World Tour title in Kitzbühel (d. Pete Sampras and Michael Jordan…Favorite movie is Gladiator and book is Da Vinci Code…His favorite surface is clay and best shot is backhand down the line…Says greatest match he has ever seen was countryman Sergi Bruguera’s five-set win over Jim Courier in 1993 Roland Garros final… Considers his biggest win over No. to Cañas). Finalist: Eastbourne.

indoor-carpet)…Was most titles by a Frenchman since Guy Forget’s six in ‘91…In ’09. 2006 – Toronto*(H).284. and as a way to build a future…Coached by countryman Eric Deblicker (since Aug. 2006 – Nottingham(G). 8 in '07 with 49-24 record and Grand Slam-best SF at Wimbledon (d. Switzerland Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 222-143 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4. Maryse. ‘09). to Haehnel)…In doubles. 16-8 on clay. 2008 – Stuttgart(CL). ‘05…In Feb. 2005 – Hamburg*(CL). Matches won-lost: ATP: 38-22 (singles). 1-1 (doubles).2004 (w/Golovin) ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 50-42) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 7-5 MIAMI 1-5 MONTE CARLO 10-6 ROME 4-4 MADRID 2-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 9-5 CINCINNATI 4-5 SHANGHAI 2-2 PARIS 5-3 Hamburg: 6-4 (RUP . Singles Winner: Nice. missed May-July with three-month doping suspension…In ’08. 2 Nadal were only teenagers to finish in Top 20…In ’04. 1 junior in ‘02. 8 in the final week after SF at Paris*…In ’05. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). Gstaad.159 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/8 Career Win-Loss vs. was on cover of French Tennis Magazine (Feb. to Youzhny) and Roland Garros (l.RICHARD GASQUET (FRA) Birthdate: June 18.790 in ’07. 1 junior and first since Arnaud Di Pasquale in ‘97…Has a 5-5 career Davis Cup singles record (0-1 in doubles) in eight ties…Earned a career-high $1. which aims to help adolescents who struggle to find their place in society and who suffer from a lack of confidence…It will use sport as a way to bring underprivileged youths back to health and enable them to rediscover the joys of life. mother. No. Gstaad(CL). including three titles in '06 on three surfaces (grass. Doubles Semifinalist: Metz(w/Roger-Vasselin). Casablanca. who ran tennis club in Serignan. Francis.2005) 10 1ST 1ST 2ND — — 1ST 3RD 3RD 2ND 09 3RD — — 3RD — — — 1ST — 08 4TH 2ND 3RD 1ST 3RD QF 2ND — — 07 4TH 3RD QF 2ND 2ND 2ND 2ND — SF 06 4TH 2ND — — 2ND 05 — — SF 2ND — RUP 2ND 1ST 2ND — — 3RD — 03 — 1ST 1ST — — — — — 1ST 02 — — 2ND — — — — — — CAREER 1-2 07 RR 86 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age four with father. Verdasco)…Finalist in Sydney (l.85m) Residence: Neuchatel. 7…Has a 6-8 finals record. Finalist: Sydney. 2007 – Mumbai(H). Basel. Mirnyi)…He and No. ‘08. ‘96)… Discovered by former ATP pro Pierre Barthes who ran the nearby Cap d’ Agde tennis camp…Rugby fan and supports hometown Beziers team…Moved to Switzerland in Sept. clinched final berth at Tennis Masters Cup. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-11) AUS. France Height: 6’1” (1. climbing from 13 to No. to Murray)…Went 20-14 on hard. FINALIST (2). to Baghdatis) and Gstaad (l. Top 10: 13-38 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 7 (July 9. to Almagro)…Lost 2-0 set leads in 1st RD of Australian Open (l. was youngest player (16) in yearend Top 200…No. CAREER TITLES (6): 2010 – Nice(CL). 2007 – Estoril(CL).596. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 30 (38-22) 2007: 2009: 52 (22-15) 2006: 2008: 24 (32-22) 2005: 8 (49-24) 2004: 109 (13-15) 2001:T1303 (0-0) 18 (34-21) 2003: 93 (2-8) 16 (31-11) 2002: 166 (1-5) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $657. Lyon(IC). clay. launched The Richard Gasquet Foundation. reached first ATP final in Metz (l. to Federer)…Afterwards reached career-high No. Recouderc) and US Open (d. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 8-7 4-7 11-5 10-5 10 1ST 1ST — 4TH 09 3RD — — 1ST 08 4TH — 4TH 1ST 07 4TH 2ND SF 2ND 06 1ST 2ND 1ST 4TH 05 — 3RD 4TH 4TH 04 1ST 1ST 1ST — 03 1ST 1ST — — 02 — 1ST — — BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY DOUBLES: ROLAND GARROS: Mixed Champion . 2004 – Metz(IH). Belgrade. 2005 – Nottingham(G). won first title in Nottingham (d. did not win an ATP title for first time since ’04…In ’07. Tokyo(H). l. won Roland Garros mixed title (w/Golovin)…In ’02. also teaches tennis…At nine. CAREER IN REVIEW Top French player for three straight years (‘05-07) while finishing in Top 20. 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 45 (April 7. winning Roland Garros (d. FINALIST (8): 2010 – Sydney(H). Baghdatis)…Fifth Frenchman to finish as World No. including year-end best No. . Gstaad(CL). 2010 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished in Top 30 for fifth time in six years…Made QFs or better eight times…Won sixth career title in Nice (d. 5 Roddick. Quarterfinalist: Brisbane. 1986 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Beziers.894. 3-4 (doubles) Challenger: 5-1 (singles).

to Federer)…In ’06.690. Rui. 6-7 (doubles) Challenger: 25-13 (singles). 157 No. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 105 (September 20. Top 10: 0-4 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 66 (May 25. captured Milan Challenger title (d. 155 No. who is studying communications at university…Enjoys computers. won junior title in Argentina and Portugal while reaching final in Brazil…In last junior tournament. is a mathematics teacher…Has one younger sister. video games.78m) Residence: Sintra. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. to Melzer l. reached QF at Orange Bowl…Finished No. 1985 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Lisboa. 2 Portuguese native (behind No. reached first ATP World Tour SFs in back-to-back weeks in Costa do Sauipe and Johannesburg…In ’08. 117 No. LOW-RANKED FINALISTS IN 2010 In 2010. to eventual champion Nalbandian)…Captured first Challenger title in June at Sassuolo (d. to Simon l. CAREER FINALIST (1): 2010 – Estoril(CL). is a director of an insurance company. Ana. to Montanes 7-5 in third set)…Became first Portuguese man to reach an ATP singles final…One month later. Gonzalez)…Posted an ATP record of 12-13 and 25-13 in Challengers. Portugal Height: 5’10” (1.FREDERICO GIL (POR) Birthdate: March 24. M. won title in Bolivia and reached two finals in his home country in ‘02…Following year. Portugal Weight: 167 (76kg) Career Win-Loss: 42-43 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $862. 133 No. Singles Finalist: Estoril. to Montanes d. made ATP debut in Estoril as a wild card and reached QF (l. 13-6 (doubles).953 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Mother. 105 TOURNAMENT Vienna Metz Estoril Washington Bucharest RESULT l. internet. Baghdatis l. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-3 CAREER 0-1 2-1 10 1ST — 1ST 1ST 10 1ST — 09 — 1ST 1ST 1ST 09 — 3RD 08 — 1ST 1ST 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 2-2) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI PERSONAL Began playing at age five…Father. CAREER IN REVIEW The Portuguese native finished ‘09 as highest ranked player from his country at No. gadgets and golf…Idol growing up was Andre Agassi…Considers hard his favorite surface… Coached by countryman and former ATP pro Joao Cunha-Silva for third time (since mid-January 2010). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-1) AUS. compiled a career-best 37-19 record in Challenger play with two titles…Also reached QF at ATP event on home soil in Estoril (l. 93 Machado) finished just outside Top 100…Played in 12 ATP level tournaments and in May broke through to reach his first ATP World Tour final on home soil in Estoril (l. to Chela ATPWORLDTOUR.235 in ’09. Frederico Gil was one of five players ranked outside the Top 100 to reach an ATP World Tour final: PLAYER Andreas Haider-Maurer Mischa Zverev Frederico Gil David Nalbandian Pablo Andujar RANKING No. Matches won-lost: ATP: 12-13 (singles). 10 in world junior rankings in ‘03…Has a 25-13 career mark in Davis Cup play (15-8 in singles) in 16 ties…Earned a careerhigh $284. appeared at Roland Garros. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 101 (12-13) 2007: 143 (1-5) 2009: 69 (18-18) 2006: 155 (4-2) 2008: 111 (3-4) 2005: 272 (3-1) 2004: 632 (1-0) 2003:T1002 (0-0) 2002:T1221 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $255. Fraile)…Has a 140-90 career record in Challengers and 6-1 in finals…During junior career. 69 in history of ATP World Tour Rankings (since ‘73)…He was also first player from Portugal in year-end Top 100 since Nuno Marques in ‘95…In February ’09.COM 87 . Wimbledon and US Open in 1st RD against Jeremy Chardy (losing each time)…In ’08. Carlota.

2010 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 100 for third year in a row with a season-ending best No. went 2-4 in ATP play with wins over Calleri in Viña del Mar and then-No. reaching QF in Acapulco and putting together 21-9 record in Challengers with two titles…In ’07. 95. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1) AUS. 88 .930. Djokovic. Baghdatis) in Switzerland and won five other titles in a row before losing in final at Italian Open juniors (l. to Almagro)…Had a 12-2 Challenger match record with one title…Went 12-13 on clay and 6-10 on hard courts…Earned a career-high $420. basketball and his favorite is football…Considers clay his favorite surface and forehand and serve as best shots…Coached by countryman Israel Sevilla (since July 2010). 4 in world junior rankings in ‘03…Has a 151-98 career record in Challengers and 6-6 in finals.930.85m) Residence: Nules. Spain Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 36-59 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. 3-12 (doubles) Challenger: 12-2 (singles). Singles Semifinalist: Stuttgart. Spain Height: 6’1” (1.DANIEL GIMENO-TRAVER (ESP) Birthdate: August 7. Gstaad. Carlos (older) and Miguel and Victor (younger)…Hobbies include watching motorsports. is a chemist. Koellerer)…During junior career. Marisol. 1985 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Valencia. highlighted by 41-19 match record in Challengers with two titles…Also advanced to first ATP World Tour QF in Pörtschach (l. to Tsonga)…Finished No. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-2 2-3 1-2 2-2 CAREER 0-1 1-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 10 1ST 2ND 1ST 3RD 10 1ST 2ND 1ST — 1ST 2ND 09 1ST 2ND 2ND 1ST 09 — — — 1ST — — 05 — 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 2-6) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE CARLO ROME MADRID SHANGHAI PERSONAL Began playing at age two…Father. 66 Djokovic in Barcelona…In ’05.158 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. reached final at Guayaquil Challenger (l. Italy (d. Top 10: 1-6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 53 (September 13. 0-1 (doubles). to Ljubicic)…In ’09. Matches won-lost: ATP: 18-25 (singles).002. 72. to Monfils) and Gstaad (l. Javier. 56…Won a personalhigh 18 matches and advanced to Grand Slam-best 3rd RD at US Open (l. l. to Lapentti) and SF in four other events…In ’06. CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard made Top 100 breakthrough in ‘08 by finishing No. Mother. Castellon. captured first Challenger title at Cordenons. in ‘03 won European Championships (d. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 153 (September 21. to Ferrer)…He broke through to reach back-to-back SF appearances in Stuttgart (l. qualified for first Grand Slam at Roland Garros and lost to countryman Hernandez in four sets…In ’04. is a nurse…Has three brothers. to Almagro)…Also a QF at Roland Garros (d. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 56 (18-25) 2007: 173 (0-0) 2009: 72 (9-20) 2006: 270 (2-4) 2008: 95 (7-7) 2005: 193 (0-1) 2004: 178 (0-2) 2003: 790 (0-0) 2002:T1066 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $420. improved to No.

finished in Top 150 for first time (at No. Colombia Height: 6’2” (1. Colombia…Older sister Carmina works as a Latin Ameican marketing director for SCA in Mexico and used to play Fed Cup for Colombia…Likes to watch movies (comedy). to Koellerer)…In ’07. 2010 IN REVIEW The top Colombian finished in Top 100 for first time. put together a 38-14 mark with three Challenger titles and finished as No. to Cilic) in January and in ‘s-Hertogenbosch in June…Went 16-4 in Challenger play and won title in Pereira (d. Colombia Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 29-43 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $727. Lapentti) from four finals…Member of Colombian Davis Cup team and has a 10-6 career singles record in 11 ties. 0-10 (doubles) Challenger: 16-4 (singles) .SANTIAGO GIRALDO (COL) Birthdate: November 27. Top 10: 0-4 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 54 (June 21. 81 Falla)…His lone tour level win came in Davis Cup tie vs. 139) and improved his year-end ranking for third straight year…Enjoyed an excellent season on Challenger circuit (25-11 mark). went 19-17 in Challengers and reached Fürth Challenger final (l.942. Saretta) and Quito (d. Lorenzi)…Represented Colombia in Davis Cup World Group playoff tie vs. G. listen to music (reggae). beating No. Elsa and Ed…Older brother Daniel (30) works in customs for the local government in Pereira. Singles Quarterfinalist: Chennai.942. and read (drama)…His idol is former Colombian President Alvaro Uribe…Considers hard courts as favorite surface…If he wasn’t a tennis player he would be a politician or journalist…Fitness trainer is Javier Benet and coached by former ATP pro Marcos Gorriz (same as Falla). 1987 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Pereira. 2 Colombian (behind No. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-1 0-4 0-1 0-1 10 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 10 — 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 09 — 1ST — — 09 1ST — — — — — — 08 — 1ST — — 08 2ND 1ST — — — — — 07 — 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 6-9) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-2 MIAMI 1-2 ROME 2-1 MADRID 1-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 0-1 PARIS 1-1 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age five…Nicknamed “Santi”…Most inspirational people in his life are his parents. ‘s-Hertogenbosch. USA in September. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 64 (20-24) 2009: 107 (1-4) 2008: 163 (4-9) 2007: 139 (1-5) 2006: 176 (3-1) 2005: 322 (0-0) 2004: 764 (0-0) 2003:T1405 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $378. Uruguay…Qualified at Roland Garros for third straight year and lost to Istomin in 1st RD…In ’08. highlighted by a personal-high 20 match wins…His best ATP World Tour results were QFs in Chennai (l.COM 89 . winning two titles in Bogota (d. CAREER IN REVIEW The Colombian has compiled his best results in early part of his career in Challengers with a 129-61 match record and 7-5 in finals…In ’09. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 147 (July 20. ATPWORLDTOUR.88m) Residence: Bogota. Matches won-lost: ATP: 20-24 (singles). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-5) AUS. 21 Querrey in straight sets before losing fifth and decisive rubber to Fish 8-6 in fifth set…Compiled marks of 9-15 on hard and 7-5 on clay…Earned a career-high $378.509 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs.

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GOLUBEV (KAZ)
Birthdate: July 22, 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Volzhskij, Russia Height: 6’1” (1.85m) Residence: Bra, Italy Weight: 177 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 38-46 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,288,630 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 33 (October 4, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 123 (November 8, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 36 (24-21) 2007: 171 (1-1) 2009: 133 (7-19) 2006: 337 (0-0) 2008: 94 (6-5) 2005: 399 (0-0)

2004: 647 (0-0) 2003:T1266 (0-0)

2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $723,166. Matches won-lost: ATP: 24-21 (singles), 13-14 (doubles) Challenger: 14-6 (singles), 1-3 (doubles). Singles Winner: Hamburg. Finalist: Kuala Lumpur. Doubles Semifinalist: Båstad(w/Istomin), Kuala Lumpur(w/Istomin). 2010 IN REVIEW The top player from Kazakhstan was named ATP Most Improved Player of Year after climbing from No. 133 in ‘09 to a year-end best No. 36, highlighted by a personal-high 24 match wins…In July, captured his first ATP World Tour title in Hamburg without dropping a set (d. Melzer)…Also posted first Top 10 win over No. 6 Davydenko en route…In October, advanced to final in Kuala Lumpur (l. to Youzhny) with wins over Soderling and Ferrer…Went undefeated in five Davis Cup singles matches to help his country into ‘11 World Group for first time…Compiled marks of 13-13 on clay and 11-5 on hard…Earned a career-high $723,166. CAREER IN REVIEW The Kazakhstani broke Top 100 in ‘08 and finished at No. 94 (from No. 171 previous year), highlighted by his first ATP World Tour final in St. Petersburg (l. to No. 4 Murray) as a qualifier…Fell out of Top 100 in ’09 to No. 133…In ’08, won first Grand Slam match at US Open (d. Evans, l. Nalbandian)…In ’07, posted a 25-18 Challenger match record…Qualified for his first ATP tournament in Basel and defeated Delic before losing to Mathieu in second round in three sets…Has a 79-51 match record in Challengers and 3-3 in finals, 94-52 in Futures (4-6 in finals)…Has a 12-2 career Davis Cup record (9-1 in singles) in six ties. CAREER TITLES (1): 2010 – Hamburg(CL). FINALIST (2): 2010 – Kuala Lumpur(IH); 2008 – St. Petersburg(IH). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-0)

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PERSONAL Began playing at age six…Father, Alexander, and mother, Marina, are doctors…Has one younger brother, Denis…Born in Volzhskij, Russia and moved to Bra, Italy when he was 15 after friend Igor Eremin invited him to live and train there…Bra locals nickname him "Andrea"…Resides and trains most of year in Italy…In June 2008, changed his nationality to represent Kazakhstan in Davis Cup competition..."I accepted to play for Kazakhstan for three years"…Speaks Russian, Italian and English…His goal is to be World No. 1…Off court interests include Playstation and watching his favorite soccer team Juventus…Favorite players are Pete Sampras, Marat Safin and Roger Federer…Considers indoor hard courts his favorite surface and serve and forehand his best shots…Coached by Italian Massimo Puci (since 2002).

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GONZALEZ (CHI)
Birthdate: July 29, 1980 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Santiago, Chile Height: 6’0” (1.83m) Residence: Santiago, Chile Weight: 180 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 364-193 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $8,731,544 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 11/11 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 27-49 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 5 (January 29, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 25 (July 4, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 68 (15-9) 2007: 7 (37-24) 2004: 23 (42-21) 2001: 135 (5-10) 1998: 714 (0-1) 2009: 11 (39-16) 2006: 10 (49-22) 2003: 35 (37-24) 2000: 115 (9-5) 1997:T1343 (0-0) 2008: 15 (39-15) 2005: 11 (49-23) 2002: 18 (40-22) 1999: 362 (3-1) 1996:T1294 (0-0)
2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $305,498. Matches won-lost: ATP: 15-9 (singles), 4-3 (doubles) . Singles Semifinalist: Santiago, Acapulco. Quarterfinalist: Houston. 2010 IN REVIEW The Chilean had ninth straight Top 100 season…Played last match at US Open and underwent right hip surgery surgery on Oct. 4…Sidelined for three months, from Roland Garros to New Haven…Reached SFs in Santiago (l. to Bellucci) and Acapulco (l. to Ferrer). CAREER IN REVIEW The Chilean had six Top 20 finishes in eight years (‘02-09, except ’03-04), including year-end best No. 7 in ’07… In ‘07, reached career-high No. 5 on Jan. 29 after lone Grand Slam final at Australian Open (l. to Federer)…Won career-high 49 matches in ‘05 and ‘06…Has an 11-11 career mark in finals, winning at least one title for five of six years between ‘04-09 (except ’06)…Eight of his 11 titles have come on clay…In ‘08 Beijing Olympics, lost to Nadal in gold medal match after saving three match points in 11-9 third set SF win over Blake…First player to collect one of each medal in tennis, with gold in doubles (w/Massu) and bronze in singles in ‘04…In ’07 Australian Open, defeated Hewitt (3rd RD), No. 5 Blake (4th RD), No. 2 Nadal (QF) and No. 12 Haas (SF) before falling to Federer…In ’06, became first Chilean to finish in Top 10 since Rios in ‘99…In ’05, won career-high three titles on three surfaces…Only player to finish in Top 25 in singles and doubles…In ’03, won ATP World Team Chp. title, joining John McEnroe as only players to go undefeated (8-0) at event…In ‘00, won first title at Orlando as a qualifier (d. Massu) in first all-Chilean final since Jaime Fillol d. Ricardo Acuna in ‘82 Itaparica…In ‘98, was No. 4 in singles world junior rankings and No. 2 in doubles…Captured Roland Garros juniors (d. Ferrero) and won doubles (w/de Armas) in ‘98…Won US Open junior doubles (w/Massu) in ‘97…Has a 29-12 career Davis Cup record (18-6 in singles) in 20 ties since ‘98…Earned career-high $1,437,130 in ’07. CAREER TITLES (11): 2009 – Viña del Mar(CL); 2008 – Viña del Mar(CL), Munich(CL); 2007 – Beijing(H); 2005 – Auckland(H), Amersfoort(CL), Basel(IC); 2004 – Viña del Mar(CL); 2002 – Viña del Mar(CL), Palermo(CL); 2000 – Orlando(CL). FINALIST (11): 2008 – Beijing Olympics(H); 2007 – Australian Open(H), Rome*(CL); 2006 – Vienna(IH), Madrid*(IH), Basel(IC); 2005 – Viña del Mar(CL); 2004 – Amersfoort(CL); 2003 – Washington(H), Metz(IH); 2002 – Basel(IC). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 15-14)

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CAREER W-L: 86-66 BEST RESULT: RUP (Rome ‘06, Madrid ‘05)
PERSONAL Full name is Fernando Francisco Gonzalez Ciuffardi…Father, Fernando, is a former manager of a flour mill in Santiago and helps with his son’s business affairs…Mother, Patricia, a native Italian, is a housewife…Has one older sister, Patricia, who played at Miami-Dade College, and one younger sister, Jessica, who is studying to be a veterinarian in Santiago…Elected to ATP Player Council for June ‘10 - June ‘12 term…Carried his country’s flag at Beijing Olympics opening ceremony in 2008…Won Chilean National Sports Award in 2003 for winning ARAG ATP World Team Championship title (w/Massu, Rios) and presented by Chile’s president… After 8.8 magnitude struck hometown of Santiago on Feb. 27, 2010, returned home to assist relief effort… Three-time winner of “Condar de Oro” award as his country’s top sportsman (2004, ‘07-08).
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GRANOLLERS (ESP)
Birthdate: April 12, 1986 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Barcelona, Spain Height: 6’3” (1.91m) Residence: Barcelona, Spain Weight: 169 (76kg) Career Win-Loss: 54-71 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,966,999 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-3 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 41 (November 15, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 5 (October 11, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 42 (21-22) 2007: 128 (2-2) 2009: 91 (16-25) 2006: 160 (0-2) 2008: 56 (15-20) 2005: 286 (0-0)

2004: 397 (0-0) 2003: 508 (0-0) 2002: T957 (0-0)

2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $726,936. Matches won-lost: ATP: 21-22 (singles), 34-21 (doubles) Challenger: 19-7 (singles), 12-4 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Valencia. Semifinalist: Bucharest. Quarterfinalist: Santiago. Doubles Winner: Chennai(w/Ventura), Costa do Sauipe(w/Cuevas). Finalist: Estoril(w/Cuevas), Bucharest(w/Ventura). Semifinalist: Casablanca(w/Lopez), Madrid*(w/Troicki), US Open(w/Robredo). 2010 IN REVIEW The Barcelona native finished in Top 50 for first time at a year-end best ranking No. 42, capped off with a personal-high 21 match wins…His best result was a second career ATP World Tour final…Also reached QF in Santiago in February before Challenger success next month with final in Rabat and SF in Marrakech…Closed final two months with strong results, including a SF in Bucharest and reaching Valencia final (l. to Ferrer) as a qualifier…Also reached Challenger final in Todi and winner in Tarragona…In doubles, finished No. 21 after climbing as high as No. 5 with two titles and two runner-up finishes as well as a QF at Wimbledon and SF at US Open (w/ Robredo)…Earned a career-high $726,936. CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has finished in Top 100 for three straight years, breaking through in century club for first time in ‘08 at No. 56…He captured his first ATP World Tour title that year in Houston (d. No. 8 Blake in three sets)…Also reached first ATP doubles final there (w/Cuevas)…Afterwards, jumped from No. 84 to No. 54…Member of winning Spanish Davis Cup team (d. Argentina 3-1), although he did not play…Qualified into an ATP circuit-best (along w/Hernych) six events…In ’09, reached SF in Chennai and captured three doubles titles with as many partners…In ’07, finished in Top 150 for first time, highlighted by maiden ATP QF in Valencia…Compiled an excellent season on Challenger circuit (34-22 record), reaching three finals in Montevideo (l. to Ventura), Belo Horizonte (l. to Devilder), Bucharest-2 (l. to Hanescu)…In doubles, won nine Challenger titles…In ’06, captured first Challenger title in Barcelona (d. Hernandez) in October…Played his only junior Grand Slam tournament at Roland Garros in ‘04 and captured doubles title (w/Andujar). CAREER TITLES (1): 2008 – Houston(CL). FINALIST (1): 2010 – Valencia(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). FINALIST (5). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-1)

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INDIAN WELLS MONTE CARLO ROME MADRID PARIS

PERSONAL Full name is Marcel Granollers Pujol…Began playing at age five…Father, Javier, is a commercial director and mother Montse, is a teacher…Also has a younger brother, Gerard, who reached a career-high ATP Ranking of No. 684 in August 2008…Speaks Spanish and English…Enjoys football and supports R.C.D. Espanyol… Considers clay his favorite surface…Coached by countryman and former ATP pro Oscar Serrano.

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Birthdate: August 30, 1988 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Riga, Latvia Height: 6’3” (1.91m) Residence: Jurmala, Latvia Weight: 169 (76kg) Career Win-Loss: 89-86 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,914,592 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 6-25 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 24 (October 18, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 130 (November 23, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 24 (31-20) 2007: 61 (10-14) 2004:T1339 (0-0) 2009: 90 (20-26) 2006: 139 (4-2) 2008: 53 (24-22) 2005: 451 (0-2)
2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $689,920. Matches won-lost: ATP: 31-20 (singles), 2-2 (doubles). Singles Winner: Delray Beach. Semifinalist: Memphis, Rome*. Quarterfinalist: Doha, Barcelona, Madrid*, Bangkok. 2010 IN REVIEW The Latvian finished in Top 25 for first time in his career at No. 24, highlighted by his first title in Delray Beach (d. Karlovic) without dropping a set…Reached SF in Memphis (l. to Querrey), his first SF since his debut in St. Petersburg in October ‘06…Also made first ATP Masters 1000 SF in Rome* (d. No. 1 Federer on seventh match pt.), losing to Nadal…Lost to Federer in QFs in Madrid*…Reached QFs or better seven times during season… Compiled marks of 18-15 on hard and 11-5 on clay…Earned a career-high $689,920. CAREER IN REVIEW The Latvian has finished in Top 100 four straight years…In ‘08, turned in a Grand Slam-best QF showing at Roland Garros, defeating No. 8 Blake in 2nd RD en route (l. to Djokovic)…Reached first ATP Masters 1000 QF in Cincinnati*(d. No. 8 Blake again, l. to Djokovic)…Finished year at No. 53…In ’09, slipped to No. 90 and his best results were QFs in Tokyo and St. Petersburg…In ’07, finished in Top 70 for first time, winning 10 ATP matches and went 23-4 in Challengers with three titles…In US Open debut, advanced to 4th RD (d. No. 8 Robredo, l. to Moya)…Broke Top 50 in October after Mons Challenger title…Closed season with QF in St. Petersburg…In ’06, ranking improved over 300 spots in a season highlighted by his first ATP SF in St. Petersburg (l. to Ancic)… Member of Latvian Davis Cup team and has a 17-8 career record (12-4 in singles) in 12 ties. CAREER TITLES (1): 2010 – Delray Beach(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-2)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-3 MIAMI 1-2 MONTE CARLO 1-2 ROME 5-2 MADRID 4-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-3 CINCINNATI 5-2 SHANGHAI 0-2 PARIS 2-1

PERSONAL Began playing at age five when his grandmother first brought him to a tennis court…Father, Ainars, is an investment businessman and former basketball player; mother, Milena, is a drama theatre actress…Has three sisters, Elina, who is older and finished her law degree in England; Laura and Monika who are younger and both play tennis; and one younger brother, Kristops, who is attending the Saddlebrook Academy in Florida to pursue golf…Grandfather was a starter on former Soviet Union national basketball team which won European Championships…Speaks Latvian, Russian, English and a little German…Enjoys playing football, basketball and hockey…Considers hard courts his favorite surface and serve and backhand drop shot his best shot…Used to work with former ATP pro Niki Pilic and trained at Pilic’s Tennis Academy in Munich (from age 12-18)…Coached by former ATP pro Hernan Gumy of Argentina (since mid-September 2009) and physiotherapist is Michal Novotny (since July 2010).
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Birthdate: April 3, 1978 Turned Pro: 1996 Birthplace: Hamburg, Germany Height: 6’2” (1.88m) Residence: Bradenton, Florida, USA Weight: 195 (88kg) Career Win-Loss: 462-255 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $9,979,980 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 12/9 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 40-68 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 2 (May 13, 2002) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 127 (February 18, 2002) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 375 (3-4) 2007: 12 (39-17) 2004: 17 (37-22) 2000: 23 (36-22) 1997: 41 (22-17) 1994:T1192 (0-0) 2009: 18 (31-17) 2006: 11 (49-21) 2002: 11 (45-21) 1999:11 (47-26) 1996: 196 (4-3) 1993:T1072 (0-0) 2008: 84 (18-14) 2005: 46 (33-24) 2001: 8 (57-21) 1998: 34 (41-26) 1995: T1198(0-0)
2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $69,899. Matches won-lost: ATP: 3-4 (singles), 1-0 (doubles) . 2010 IN REVIEW The German played in four tournaments in first two months before undergoing season-ending right hip surgery on Feb. 21 in Vail, Colorado…One month later on Mar. 23, underwent right elbow surgery in New York…Opened season with 3rd RD at Australian Open (d. Greul, Tipsarevic, l. to No. 10 Tsonga)…Reached 2nd RD in San Jose and lost in 1st RD in Memphis and Delray Beach before being sidelined. CAREER IN REVIEW The Bradenton, Florida resident has finished in Top 20 seven times, including a year-end best No. 8 in ‘01 with a personal-best four titles…Has a 12-9 record in finals…Ranked a career-high No. 2 on May 13, ‘02…Has four SFs in Grand Slam play (‘99, ’02 ’07 Australian Open, ’09 Wimbledon) and three US Open QFs (‘04, ’06-07)…His biggest title came at former ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Stuttgart* in ’01 (d. Mirnyi)…In ‘96, youngest player in Top 50 at 19…Won first title in Memphis in ’99 (d. Courier)…Missed ’03 after right rotator cuff surgery in New York on Dec. 20, ‘02…Also had arthroscopic surgery on same shoulder on July 18, ’03… Returned in ’04 with clay title in Houston (d. No. 2 Roddick) and climbed from No. 349 to No. 145 afterwards…Saw limited play in ‘08 due to a shoulder injury, slipping to No. 84, and returned to action in ‘09 with his first grass title in Halle and followed with SF at Wimbledon…Compiled a 22-8 Davis Cup record (19-7 in singles) in 16 ties from ‘9808…Earned silver medal in singles in ‘00 Sydney Olympics and he lists that achievement among his best…Named ‘04 ATP Comeback Player of Year after climbing to No. 17 from being unranked previous year…Earned a career-high $1,544,640 in ’01 and won a personal-best 57 matches that year. CAREER TITLES (12): 2009 – Halle(G); 2007 – Memphis(IH); 2006 – Delray Beach(H), Memphis(IH), Los Angeles(H); 2004 – Houston(CL), Los Angeles(H); 2001 – Adelaide(H), Long Island(H), Vienna(IH), Stuttgart*(IH); 1999 – Memphis(IH). FINALIST (9): 2002 – Rome*(CL); 2000 – Munich(CL), Sydney Olympics(H), Vienna(IH); 1999 – Auckland(H), Stuttgart (CL), Grand Slam Cup-Munich(IH); 1998 – Lyon(IC); 1997 – Lyon(IC). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 20-17)

CAREER 10 AUS. OPEN 25-10 3RD ROLAND GARROS 15-9 — WIMBLEDON 20-10+ — US OPEN 30-13 —
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CAREER W-L: 115-86 BEST RESULT: WON (Stuttgart ‘01); RUP (Rome ‘02)
PERSONAL Full name is Thomas Mario Haas…Began playing at age four with his father, Peter, who is Austrian and a former European champion in judo and ex-schoolmate of Hollywood star and former Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger, who came to watch a match in Los Angeles in 2001…Following 2004 Los Angeles win, Haas went to the Governor’s house for celebratory dinner…Mother, Brigitte, and two sisters, Sabine and Karin… Moved to Bradenton, Fla. to attend Nick Bollettieri Academy at age 11 and has been there full-time since he was 13…Was No. 11 junior in world ranking in singles in 1995…Reached Orange Bowl 18s final (l. to Zabaleta) in ‘95…Enjoys golf, waterskiing and driving fast cars…Favorite football team is Bayern Munich and Hamburger SV…Admires achievements of countryman Boris Becker…Broke his right ankle in December 1995 (surgery on Jan. 10, ‘96) and his left ankle in December 1996, which also required surgery…Finished high school in Bradenton, Fla. in May 1996…Flew with Blue Angels squadron over stadium court in Indian Wells in 1998…Father opened a tennis academy in Kitzbühel in 1999…Received American citizenship on Jan. 27, 2010 in Tampa and has dual citizenship…Fiancé Sara Foster (actress), daughter Valentina (born Nov. 14, 2010).

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COM 95 . 115…He reached four ATP World Tour QFs (Chennai.226 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 2 Dutchman (behind de Bakker) had a breakout year jumping from No.ROBIN HAASE (NED) Birthdate: April 6. 56 on April 28 year before finishing No.039. 10 Berdych…In ’06. Zagreb and Valencia) and won a Challenger title…Underwent right knee surgery in July ’08 and then underwent surgery again in May ’09…Missed first 10 months before returning to reach a pair of Challenger SFs in Jersey and Helsinki. 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: The Hague.039. The Netherlands Height: 6’3” (1. and one older sister. Eric. Como) for an impressive 16-match winning streak…His best ATP World Tour result was QFs in Basel (l. Djokovic) in November…Earned a career-high $247. Singles Quarterfinalist: Basel. CAREER IN REVIEW The Dutchman made his ATP World Tour breakthrough in ‘08 when he won a personal-best 14 matches and reached a career-high No. Matches won-lost: ATP: 9-12 (singles). 447 to No. both as qualifiers in his only tournaments of season…In ’07. movies and hanging with friends when he is not traveling…Also loves all sorts of sports including basketball and ice hockey…His idol growing up was Andre Agassi…Has no preference on surface but would consider clay his favorite surface… Coached by countryman Dennis Schenk. including Montreal* where he posted his first Top 10 win over No. to Eschauer)…Also second round in four other tournaments. 65 in just a year and was voted ATP Comeback Player of the Year…Finished with season-best five Challenger titles and 32-8 match record. who travels with him. won first Challenger title in Nashville (d. are both retired…Has one older brother. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. The Netherlands Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 37-40 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $698. 2-5 (doubles) Challenger: 32-8 (singles). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). 1 and advanced to his first ATP World Tour SF in Amersfoort (l. Manerbio. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-2 0-2 1-2 0-1 10 1ST 1ST 2ND — 08 2ND 1ST — 08 2ND 1ST 1ST — 07 — 1ST 2ND 07 — — — 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 2-4) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-1 MIAMI 0-2 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-1 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at 2 1/2 years old…Nickname is "Schlobber"…Plays tennis right-handed but is actually left-handed…Father. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 130 (June 9. ATPWORLDTOUR. was Dutch No. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-4) AUS. including three in a row (San Marino. Pless)…Has a 9-6 career Davis Cup record (9-3 in singles) in six ties. Rotterdam. Inga. Axel and mother. Top 10: 2-3 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 56 (April 28. 13-4 (doubles).91m) Residence: The Hague. Annie. who worked for General Electric and Nike. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 65 (9-12) 2007: 112 (13-12) 2004:T1253 (0-0) 2009: 451 (0-0) 2006: 164 (1-3) 2008: 115 (14-13) 2005: 970 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $247. who teaches German…Enjoys reading.

Eva. Radka. Baghdatis)…Prior to Paris. Stepanek.80m) Residence: Olomouc. 103)…Has a 3-2 career Davis Cup record (2-2 in singles) in four ties. played in ATP World Team Championship in Düsseldorf and won three of four matches…In ’08. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 189 (May 1. Dlouhy)…In ’07. 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 95 (13-21) 2007: 240 (5-14) 2009: 103 (2-2) 2006: 76 (2-4) 2008: 479 (0-1) 2005: 355 (0-0) 2004: 614 (0-0) 2003: 326 (0-0) 2002: 216 (0-0) 2001: 414 (0-0) 2000:T641 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $272. 96 . Matches won-lost: ATP: 13-21 (singles). who is a student…Nicknamed Hajecek. 2-8 (doubles) Challenger: 8-4 (singles). 76 with a 33-8 match record in Challengers and four titles…Won his first Grand Slam match that year at US Open (d. hockey superstar Jaromir Jagr…Considers clay his favorite surface and backhand his best shot…Says. Youznhy)…In June. including 8-3 in finals…He broke through to finish in Top 100 for first time in ‘06 at a year-end best No. Hajos and Gejza…Hobbies include playing football and watching hockey…Growing up. posted a Grand Slam-best third round showing at Roland Garros (d. Svatopluk. who retired due to stomach illness)…In July.615. vs. Chile and won second rubber in straight sets (d.JAN HAJEK (CZE) Birthdate: August 7. mother. Johansson. played in Davis Cup QF tie vs. is a school teacher…Has one younger sister. won title at Prostejov Challenger (d. Czech Republic Height: 5’11” (1. climbed 376 ranking spots with 36-16 match record in Challengers and three titles to finish just outside Top 100 (at No. l. CAREER IN REVIEW The Olomouc native has compiled his best results in Challenger level play with a 116-81 match record. 479…In ’09. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). suffered a right knee injury that sidelined him for two months as he slipped to No. 1-1 (doubles). his goal is “to get into Top 50 of ATP Rankings and to stay there as long as I can”…Coached by countryman Igor Brukner. admired Andre Agassi along with countryman. Singles Quarterfinalist: Munich. Becker. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2) AUS. 2010 IN REVIEW The Czech Republic native finished in Top 100 for the first time since ‘06 and won a personal-high 13 ATP level matches…His best ATP World Tour result was QFs in Munich in May (d. Ulihrach ret.789 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Czech Republic Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 22-42 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $760. Top 10: 0-4 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 71 (November 6. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-2 2-2 0-2 1-2 CAREER 0-1 0-2 0-1 10 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 10 — 1ST 1ST 07 1ST 3RD 1ST — 07 1ST 1ST — 06 — — — 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 0-4) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI ROME PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six with his father. 1983 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Olomouc. Capdeville)…Earned a career-high $272. T. who is a tennis coach.615.

fishing and swimming (competed until he was 12)…Idols as a child were Ilie Nastase. Romania Weight: 194 (87kg) Career Win-Loss: 149-162 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2. 26 on July 6. ATPWORLDTOUR. ’09…In ’09. to Chardy) and a QF in five other tournaments while posting a personal-best 27 match wins…In ’08. defeating No. he reached final in Stuttgart (l. Then I saw two tennis courts and started to play tennis instead”…Father. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). turned in a Grand Slam-best QF result at Roland Garros (d. 4 Murray).COM 97 . Cristina. and mother. 10 Wawrinka in SF. No. captured his first ATP World Tour title in Gstaad. to Federer) and reached SF in New Haven and Bucharest…In ’04. Constantin. 3-5 (doubles) Challenger: 1-1 (singles). Romania Height: 6’6” (1. Petersburg (l. returned to Top 100 with three Challenger titles and 30-10 match record In ’06.775. 1 Romanian finished just outside Top 50 and reached his fourth career ATP World Tour final for a fourth consecutive year…Did not win back-to-back matches until April when he advanced to final in Casablanca (l. Wimbledon and Cincinnati* (l. 48 in ’09…His personal-high is No. are engineers. CAREER IN REVIEW The Bucharest native has been a consistent Top 100 performer for most of his career. CAREER TITLES (1): 2008 – Gstaad(CL). Andreev in final…In ’07. 2009 – Stuttgart(CL). to No. FINALIST (2). 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 117 (July 21.674. I was tall but they told me that I was too young. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 3-7 13-7 8-6 2-6 10 2ND 3RD 3RD 2ND 10 2ND 1ST 1ST 3RD 3RD 3RD 1ST — — 09 2ND 4TH 3RD 1ST 09 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 1ST 08 1ST 2ND 2ND 2ND 08 2ND 1ST — — 2ND — — — — 07 1ST 1ST — — 06 — 1ST 1ST 1ST — — — — — 06 1ST — — — 05 1ST 2ND 3RD 2ND 2ND — — — 1ST 05 2ND QF 2ND 1ST 04 2ND 1ST — — — — — — 2ND 04 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 03 — — — 2ND — — — — 2ND 03 — 3RD 3RD 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 21-34) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-5 MIAMI 1-6 MONTE CARLO 3-4 ROME 4-5 MADRID 4-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL 4-2 CINCINNATI 0-2 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 1-4 PERSONAL Began playing at age seven…Says. 36 in ’05. enjoys swimming… Hobbies include football (fan of Steaua Bucharest). Roland Garros (l. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 8-6) AUS. Youznhy)…Compiled marks of 16-13 on clay and 8-10 on hard…Went 0-7 vs. Top 10 opponents.944 in ’09. Matches won-lost: ATP: 26-24 (singles). 2010 IN REVIEW The No. to Djokovic)…Finished with a QF appearance in St.98m) Residence: Bucharest. FINALIST (3): 2010 – Casablanca(CL). reached first ATP SF in Scottsdale and won Rome Challenger…Member of Romanian Davis Cup team since ‘01 and has an 16-15 career record (14-12 in singles) in 18 ties…Earned a career-high $627. 3 Djokovic). l. finishing in that club for seven of past eight years (except ’06)…He has finished in Top 50 three times – No. sat out most of season with torn stomach ligaments and back problems (0-7 mark)…In ’05. Irina. 50 in ’08 and No. to No. to Wawrinka)…Had 3rd RD exits at Madrid* (l. younger sister. Singles Finalist: Casablanca. Quarterfinalist: St. Goran Ivanisevic and Pete Sampras…Favorite shot is backhand and enjoys playing on clay and grass…Fitness trainer is Cezar Honceriu and coached by Firicel Tomai (since 1996). Petersburg. “When I was seven years old I went to a basketball club and wanted to start playing.VICTOR HANESCU (ROU) Birthdate: July 21. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 51 (26-24) 2009: 48 (27-33) 2008: 50 (23-23) 2007: 77 (8-9) 2004: 88 (19-25) 2001: 210 (0-0) 2006: 643 (0-7) 2003: 70 (15-13) 2000: 479 (0-0) 2005: 36 (26-25) 2002: 170 (5-3) 1999:T1237 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $495. 2007 – Bucharest(CL). 1981 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Bucharest.387 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/3 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 4-26 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 26 (July 6. Nalbandian in 4th RD.

1 for every week during year and seventh player to finish No. to Safin)…Had most ATP World Tour Masters 1000 match wins (23)…Advanced to SF at US Open (l. to Roddick)… In ’05. Sampras) and ’02 Wimbledon (d. Queen’s (d. including Sydney. Matches won-lost: ATP: 22-12 (singles). to Karlovic) since Manuel Santana in ‘67…Finalist in Los Angeles…In ’02. then defeated Federer in SF and Ferrero 6-4 in fifth set in final (had trailed 1-3 in last set)…Overcame chicken pox to claim San Jose title (d. advanced to Madrid* final (w/Knowles). defeating Roddick (QF). earned four titles and finished as No. captured Las Vegas title (d. Philippoussis) and Indian Wells* (d. won his 25th career title at Queen’s (d. Semifinalist: Houston(w/Healey). finished as youngest player (20 yrs. Henman. 2000) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 54 (22-12) 2007: 21 (35-16) 2004: 3 (68-18) 2001: 1 (80-18) 1998: 113 (10-9) 2009: 22 (34-20) 2006: 20 (33-15) 2003: 17 (37-10) 2000: 7 (61-19) 1997: 722 (0-1) 2008: 67 (20-11) 2005: 4 (37-9) 2002: 1 (61-15) 1999:22 (44-20) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $531. ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Tokyo…Won first Grand Slam title at US Open. Sampras in SF. 1 ranking after 75 straight weeks on Apr. captured his 28th career title in Halle. lost No. 27…Won back-to-back titles in Scottsdale (d. Melzer in F)…Suffered back injury in his opening round at Indian Wells* (l. beat Baghdatis after four hours and 45 minutes at 4:34 a.) and first Australian to finish No. 1 for at least two straight years…Co-leader in titles (w/Agassi) with five and led circuit with 61 match wins. Henman in F). Wimbledon (QF) and US Open (F)…Also lost to eventual winner Gaudio in QF at Roland Garros…Won his first European indoor title in Rotterdam…Compiled a 16-match winning streak with titles in Washington and Long Island before US Open loss to Federer…Runner-up at Tennis Masters Cup in Houston (l. Henman in F)…Won third straight Queen’s title…Streak of 10 straight finals won come to an end with runnerup at Cincinnati* (l. returned from left hip surgery previous season to improve from No. overtaking Kuerten who came in with 48-point lead…First Aussie to win year-end championship…Led ATP with 80 match wins and was co-leader (w/Kuerten) with six titles. to Sampras)…Won first 98 . to Tipsarevic) and sidelined two months… Then reached back-to-back SF at Hamburg* (l. Houston. to Federer)…In ’03. finished out of Top 25 for first time since his rookie season in ‘98…His streak of winning at least one ATP title for 10 consecutive years came to an end…Underwent left hip surgery Aug. 3-2 to France)…In ‘00. Quarterfinalist: Sydney. 12 in Houston…In June. CAREER IN REVIEW The Aussie has been a consistent performer throughout his career. to Safin)…Finalist at Indian Wells* (l. breaking a 15-match losing streak against Federer in final…Has won at least one title for 12 of past 13 years (except ’08)…Reached another 4th RD at Wimbledon (l.666. Nalbandian) and Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai…Went 2-1 in round robin play. 1 campaigns in ‘01-02… In those years. highlighted by his second career clay court title in Houston (d. 1 Federer at Australian Open (4th RD).LLEYTON HEWITT (AUS) Birthdate: February 24.. Singles Winner: Halle. including Wimbledon…In ’08. l. including Grand Slam crowns at ’01 US Open (d. reaching QF (l. to Monfils)…In ’06.843. including back-to-back No. to Moya)…Also finalist at Paris* (l. highlighted by titles at Wimbledon (d. Australia Height: 5’11” (1. 22. Nalbandian)…In ’09. including 20th of his career in Sydney…Fell to eventual champion No. 24…Fell at his home in Sydney on May 9 and cracked a rib…Missed one month…Lost to Federer in SF at US Open in seventh straight Grand Slam event (‘04-05) where he lost to eventual champion…Underwent left big toe surgery in early October…Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai but withdrew due to arrival of first child…In ’04.m…In ’07. 29 after 4th RD showing at Australian Open and returned Apr.80m) Residence: Nassau. 2010 IN REVIEW The top Australian finished just outside Top 50 for only second time since ‘99…Underwent right hip surgery on Jan. 10-4 (doubles) . Blake)…Reached back-to-back finals in San Jose and Las Vegas…Injured right knee at Toronto* and played in last tournament at US Open. Doubles Finalist: Barcelona(w/Knowles). to Federer)…Injured his right big toe there and underwent surgery on Mar. Kafelnikov (SF) and Sampras (F)…Led his country to Davis Cup final (l. won lone title in Sydney and followed with his first final at Australian Open (d. won four titles. to Mathieu) and then suffered a right hand injury during Davis Cup tie vs. 16 in Melbourne…In first Slam at Australian Open 3rd RD. 1981 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Adelaide. 2001) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 18 (October 23. Agassi)…Won first career ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title in Indian Wells* (d. became fourth player to rank No. finished in Top 8 in five of six years.702 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 28/14 Career Win-Loss vs. Sampras in SF. 1 Aussie for first time…Led his country to Davis Cup final (l. 67 to No. Safin in SF. to Djokovic)…Last tournament was 1st RD at US Open (l. Roddick in SF. 3-1 to Spain)…Achieved first Grand Slam SF at US Open (l. 1 in history of ATP Rankings…Accomplished feat by winning his career-best sixth title of year at Tennis Masters Cup in Sydney (d. Kuerten)…Became first defending champion at Wimbledon to lose in opening round (l. Top 10: 60-60 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (November 19. to Nadal in 7-5 in third set) and Pörtschach (l. finishing in Top 25 in 10 of 12 past years on ATP World Tour…Has a 28-14 mark in finals and his 28 titles is fourth-most among active players going into ‘11…From ‘00-05. Nadal. Odesnik)…Also a SF in Memphis and Tokyo and four-time QF. Belgium on Sept. to Agassi)…In ’01. 8 mos. 17…Did not play rest of year…In doubles. Bahamas Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 542-193 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $18. Grosjean). compiled a 141-33 match record and won 11 titles.

2005 – Sydney(H). 2001 – Sydney(H). 2000 – Stuttgart*(IH). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 30-15) AUS. 2006 – London / Queen’s Club(G). was a physical education teacher…Has one younger sister. 2007 – Las Vegas(H). Caddied for Greg Norman at Australian PGA event…Supporter of many children’s charitable foundations in Australia . London / Queen’s Club(G). who was No. BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 13-5 05 04 02 01 00 DNP^ RUP WON WON RR ^Qualified but did not play due to birth of daughter 10 — — — 2ND — 2ND — — 09 2ND 2ND 1ST — 1ST QF 2ND — 08 4TH 2ND — — — — — — 07 2ND — — 1ST QF SF — — 06 3RD 2ND — — 2ND — — — 05 RUP ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 121-61) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 27-10 MIAMI 15-10 MONTE CARLO 2-3 ROME 9-6 TORONTO/MONTREAL 8-9 CINCINNATI 26-9 SHANGHAI 1-1 PARIS 8-4 STUTTGART: 7-3 (RUP 00) — — — 1ST SF — — 00 2ND 2ND SF SF SF — 1ST — — — 2ND 3RD SF 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND RUP 1ST RUP SF 1ST — — — — — QF — RUP 2ND — WON WON SF 04 3RD 3RD 3RD 2ND 3RD 03 02 01 99 2ND 2ND — — — — — 3RD 98 1ST 1ST — — — — — — PERSONAL Full name is Lleyton Glynn Hewitt…Played Australian Rules Football until age 13. Tennis Masters CupHouston(H). Paris*(IC). won Adelaide title as youngest tour winner (16 yrs. 2008)…Reunited with coach Tony Roche in November 2010 (worked previously from July 2007-August 2009) and also working with former ATP pro Joshua Eagle. Wimbledon(G). 6 mos. France) with 4-2 mark in his debut during year…Won first title on clay in Delray Beach (d. Cherilyn. ATPWORLDTOUR. Malisse) and runner-up in Adelaide…In ’98. 2010) and son. 11. Bec Cartwright (married July 21. Cruz (born Dec. 1 junior in Australia in 2000. and other personal appearances around the world…The Australia Post launched a commemorative Lleyton Hewitt stamp in January 2002 prior to the Australian Open and in 2004 featured a Lleyton Hewitt Limited Edition post card during the Australian Open…Named Young Australian of the Year in Jan. 10 mos.) since Chang in ‘88 and lowest-ranked (550) winner in ATP history…In ’97.. US Open(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). Indian Wells*(H). CAREER TITLES (28): 2010 – Halle(G). Tennis Masters Cup-Shanghai(IH).619. and won her first Challenger title in Canberra in 2004…Good friend of fellow Aussie golfers Greg Norman and Aaron Baddeley…In December 2003. made Special Olympics his primary charitable cause by becoming a global ambassador for the organization with the primary mission of helping Special Olympics double their international membership by 2005 via clinics and public appearances as he travels the world. London / Queen’s Club(G). 2004 – Cincinnati*(H). 2005 in Sydney) is an Aussie actress…Daughters. 11 mos. to Bruguera)…In brief junior ranks.) to win a Slam doubles crown in Open Era…In ’99. 19. took part in Special Olympics World Summer Games in Dublin in 2003.COM 99 . 2009 – Houston(CL). Tokyo(H). 1 Aussie in 18-under division in ‘96 and captured Australian National Grasscourt 18s that year…Also Australian National Hardcourts 18s champion…Has a 44-12 career Davis Cup record (36-9 in singles) in 29 ties since ‘99 and member of winning teams in ‘99 and ‘03…Earned a career-high $4. among others…In August 2002. 1983). Indian Wells*(H). 2005 – Australian Open(H).. 23. commercial shoots. FINALIST (14): 2006 – San Jose(IH). Indian Wells*(H). Mia Rebecca (born Nov. and invites Special Olympics athletes to tennis tournaments. ‘s-Hertogenbosch(G). Sydney(H). 2002 – Cincinnati*(H). Rotterdam(IH). 2004 – Sydney(H).the Starlight Foundation and the McGuinisses-McDermott Cancer Foundation.386 in ‘02. Glynn. Scottsdale(H).2000 (w/Mirnyi). is a former Aussie Rules Football player and his mother. 2003 – Los Angeles(H). 2003 – Scottsdale(H). Jaslyn (born Feb. Scottsdale(H). helped his country to Davis Cup title (d. Long Island(H). 2003 as part of annual Australia Day honors…Vogue/GQ (Australia) Sportsman of the Year in 2003…Named Australia’s male athlete of the year in 2002 at the Australian Sports Awards…Voted Most Popular South Australian athlete for three consecutive years (2001-03)…Wife.Grand Slam doubles title at US Open (w/Mirnyi)…Youngest male (at 19 yrs. Tennis Masters Cup-Sydney(IH). Lyon(IC).) qualifier in history of Australian Open (l. launched Special Olympics Tennis Program in Shanghai during 2002 Masters Cup. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 27-14 28-11 38-11 41-10 10 4TH 3RD 4TH 1ST 09 1ST 3RD QF 3RD 08 4TH 3RD 4TH — 07 3RD 4TH 4TH 2ND 06 2ND 4TH QF QF 05 — SF SF 04 RUP 4TH 4TH 1ST 01 3RD QF 3RD 4TH QF QF 1ST WON 4TH RUP QF SF WON 03 02 00 4TH 4TH 1ST SF 99 2ND 1ST 3RD 3RD 98 1ST — — — 97 1ST — — — DOUBLES (1-0 in Finals). Washington(H). then pursued tennis career… Enjoys golf and Australian Rules Football (Adelaide Crows fan)…Father. US Open(H). 2002 – San Jose(IH). 1998 – Adelaide(H). became youngest (15 yrs. 2000 – Adelaide(H). London / Queen’s Club(G). ranked as No. Las Vegas(H). 2005) and Ava Sydney (born Oct. 1999 – Adelaide(H). 29. FINALIST (4).. 1999 – Delray Beach(CL). US OPEN: Champion .

to Monaco) and Barcelona (l. 0-1 (doubles) Challenger: 18-8 (singles).365. Klec)…In ’07. Turkey Weight: 172 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 7-13 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $312. mother. Top 10: 0-0 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 90 (November 1. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 90 (5-10) 2009: 156 (2-3) 2008: 212 (0-0) 2007: 320 (0-0) 2006:T1370 (0-0) 2005:T1367 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $176. Uzbekistan Height: 6’3” (1. won a pair of Futures titles on home soil. including Turkey for the first time with Marcel Ilhan. beat No. and qualified for two ATP World Tour level tournaments…Made his first Grand Slam appearance at US Open. had a 2-1 Futures mark in finals and reached first Challenger final at Karshi (l. a record 37 countries are represented in the year-end South African Airways ATP Rankings. including Australian Open and Wimbledon where he reached second round in both…Also qualified in Miami* where he lost in second round (l. OPEN WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-1 1-1 1-1 CAREER 1-1 0-1 10 2ND 2ND — 10 2ND 1ST 09 — — 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 1-2) MIAMI SHANGHAI PERSONAL Began playing at age six…Born in Samarkand (second-largest city in Uzbekistan) and resides in Istanbul… Father.365. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 564 (May 25. Here are the seven countries that joined the Top 100 in 2010 (from 2009): Japan Kazakhstan Lithuania^ Poland South Africa Turkey^ Uzbekistan^ ^First time ever in year-end Top 100 (since 1973) 100 . TURKEY IN THE TOP 100 In 2010. reached final at Izmir Challenger (l. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-0) AUS. to Stoppini). Matches won-lost: ATP: 5-10 (singles).91m) Residence: Istanbul. defeating Rochus in five sets before losing in second round to Isner…One month later in Bangkok. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. 1 Turk became first player from his country to finish in Top 100…His best results came on Challenger level with an 18-8 match record and one title…Qualified a career-best six times into main draw. Russian and English…Away from tennis.080 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. to Devvarman)…Went 5-10 in ATP tournaments and earned a career-high $176. Riba) and followed with runner-up on home soil in Izmir (l. 40 Becker before losing in next round to Melzer…In ’08. 1987 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Samarkand.MARSEL ILHAN (TUR) Birthdate: June 11. CAREER IN REVIEW The top player from Turkey has worked his way up to ATP World Tour level with successful Challenger and Futures results…Has compiled a 52-30 career mark in Challengers with a 2-3 record in finals while putting together an 85-36 total in Futures and a 6-4 finals mark…In ’09. Madiya…Speaks Turkish. to Istomin)…Has a 15-7 career Davis Cup record (13-4 in singles) in 16 ties. also in Turkey. won Challenger title at Banja Luka (d. to Hewitt)…In September. went 2-3 in Futures finals and captured first Challenger title in Ramat Hasharon (d. enjoys playing Playstation…Idol growing up was Russian Yevgeny Kafelnikov…First coached by Veliev Setyaya…His favorite shot is forehand cross court and favorite surface is hard courts…Career ambition is to finish inside the Top 100 for 10 consecutive years…Credits Alexander Piskunov with his improvement as a junior and now coached by Can Uner since June 2007. Kahor (is deceased).

)…Played four years and earned All-American honors each season at Univ. 23-11 (doubles) .North Carolina USA Height: 6’9” (2. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 19 (38-24) 2007: 107 (8-5) 2009: 34 (27-18) 2006: T843 (0-0) 2008: 145 (11-19) 2005: 967 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1. golf. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). 2010 IN REVIEW The American reached career-high four finals and finished in Top 20 for first time with a personal-high 38 match wins…Led ATP World Tour in aces (1. to Querrey) and Atlanta (l.066. Semifinalist: Beijing. Finalist: Rome*(w/Querrey). reached two QFs…Won first doubles title in Newport (w/Fish)…In ’07. is a real estate agent…Has two older brothers. Belgrade (l. won first title in Auckland (d. OPEN 3-3 ROLAND GARROS 2-2 WIMBLEDON 1-2 US OPEN 7-4 10 4TH 3RD 2ND 3RD 09 1ST — — 4TH 08 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 07 — — — 3RD ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 17-17) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 6-3 MIAMI 2-3 ROME 1-1 MADRID 2-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-1 CINCINNATI 3-4 SHANGHAI 1-2 PARIS 1-2 10 4TH 3RD 2ND 3RD — 2ND 2ND 2ND 09 4TH 2ND — — 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 08 2ND 1ST — — — 2ND — — 07 — — — — — 1ST — — PERSONAL Full name John Robert Isner…Began playing tennis at age nine…Father. mother Karen. to Federer)…Won opening set in a tie-break. diagnosed with mononucleosis and did not hit for 40 days…In ’08.000 aces in a season (since ‘91)…Best Grand Slam result was 4th RD at Australian Open (l. a teaching tennis pro. 1985 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Greensboro. CAREER IN REVIEW The American made Top 50 breakthrough in ‘09.JOHN ISNER (USA) Birthdate: April 26. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-2) CAREER AUS.2010 (w/Querrey) 101 . to Murray)…Set records with three-day marathon 1st RD win at Wimbledon on June 25 over Nicolas Mahut in 11 hours. Atlanta(H). 6…Made Grand Slam debut at US Open and reached 3rd RD (l. 5 Roddick in 3rd RD (l. had SF in Beijing (l. Jordan. ATPWORLDTOUR.066.COM DOUBLES (0-1 in Finals): ROME: Finalist . 193 on Aug.839. FINALIST (1). 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 27 (May 17. basketball and watching ESPN…Says if he wasn’t a tennis player he would probably be a basketball player…Idol was former NBA star Karl Malone…Wears a size 15 shoe…Considers hard courts as favorite surface and his forehand and serve as strengths…Coached by former ATP pro Craig Boynton (since March 2009) and fitness trainer is Kyle Morgan. 839 after four-year career at University of Georgia…Won titles in first pro event. 2007 – Washington(H).6 average) and played in 19 tie-breaks (12-7 mark). Clement. Top 10: 4-13 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 18 (July 5. CAREER TITLES (1): 2010 – Auckland(H). climbing over 110 ranking spots to earn Most Improved Player Award…Reached a pair of SFs (Indianapolis. 18 on July 5…In January. 5 Roddick in final… Fired non-Grand Slam tournament record 144 aces during week (since 1991)…Jumped to No. before winning 70-68 in fifth set…Reached a career-high No. reached NCAA singles final. FINALIST (4): 2010 – Memphis(IH). Washington) and four QFs…Turned in a 4th RD showing at US Open. is a builder. Belgrade. Robert. to Querrey). which was Federer’s only tie-break loss in Grand Slam play (15-1) during year…Fired 255 aces in 13 matches (19. Florida. Calif…In July. won first Challenger title in Lexington and climbed from No. serving 113 aces. won record five straight matches in third set tiebreak before losing to No. losing to Virginia’s Somdev Devvarman in a third set tie-break but led his squad to NCAA team title…Also won NCAA doubles title…Hobbies include playing poker. 416…Following week. Doubles Winner: Memphis(w/Querrey). saved one match point)…Runner-up in Memphis (l. to Fish in third set tie-break)…In fall. Belgrade(CL).06m) Residence: Tampa. Singles Winner: Auckland. Semifinalist: Indian Wells*(w/Querrey). to Monfils)…Made Davis Cup debut and went 0-2 in singles and 2-0 in doubles in two ties…Compiled marks of 29-13 on hard. to Verdasco)…In May. Quarterfinalist: Montpellier.048)…Fifth player to hit at least 1. of Georgia from 2004-07…School’s all-time leader in singles and doubles wins…In May 2007. Atlanta(w/Blake). USA Weight: 245 (111kg) Career Win-Loss: 84-66 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. five minutes. to Djokovic) and QF in Montpellier (l. Finalist: Memphis.633 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/4 Career Win-Loss vs. a builder who works with his father (all three attended North Carolina State Univ. Atlanta. firing 38 aces in fifth set tie-break win over No. Matches won-lost: ATP: 38-24 (singles). a Futures in Chico. 745 to No.839. as wild card in Washington. turned pro in June ranked No.935. and Nathan. 8-10 on clay and 1-1 on grass while winning most tie-breaks with 34-18 mark…Earned a career-high $1.

88m) Residence: Moscow.114. made his Grand Slam debut at Australian Open and lost to No. to Baghdatis)…In ’08 went 2-2 in Challenger finals. 1986 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Orenburg. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 40 (32-29) 2009: 102 (16-18) 2008: 107 (6-2) 2007: 224 (2-1) 2006: 200 (2-3) 2005: 192 (2-1) 2004: T931 (0-0) 2003: N/R 2002: N/R 2001:T1166 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $590. 2010 IN REVIEW The top player from Uzbekistan and No. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 4-4 2-2 2-2 3-2 10 3RD 2ND 3RD 2ND 10 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 09 2ND 2ND 1ST 3RD 08 2ND — — — 06 1ST — — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 1-5) CAREER MIAMI 0-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 1-1 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 0-1 PERSONAL Began playing at age five…Nicknamed Deni…Father. reached QF on clay in Hamburg (l.766. Semifinalist: San Jose. and 3rd RD at Wimbledon (l. in San Jose (w/ Sela) as well as Båstad and Kuala Lampur (both w/ Golubev)…Compiled marks of 20-19 on hard. Petersburg (l. Marchenko) and Karshi (d. Matches won-lost: ATP: 32-29 (singles). compiled 18-13 mark in Challengers and won back-to-back titles in Bukhara (d. 12-19 (doubles) Challenger: 3-1 (singles). 102 . captured first Challenger title at Bukhara and advanced to three SFs…Member of his country’s Davis Cup team and has a 21-12 career record (16-4 in singles) in 13 ties since ‘05.583 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Eastbourne. first ATP final in New Haven (l. Weintraub) and Karshi (d. mother. Kuala Lumpur(w/Golubev). to Nadal).DENIS ISTOMIN (UZB) Birthdate: September 7. Båstad. to Garcia-Lopez). reached 3rd RD at Queen’s (l. to Verdasco)…On grass. winning on home soil in Bukhara (d. Top 10: 0-6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 39 (August 30. to Golubev). Ilhan)…In ’06. 2 Asian (behind No. SF in Eastbourne (l. Klaudiya Istomina. to Tursunov) in June and later St. Singles Finalist: New Haven.766. Doubles Semifinalist: San Jose(w/Sela). Elgin)…Went 4-0 in Davis Cup play…In ’07. Russia Height: 6’2” (1. Moscow. Russia Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 60-54 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. travels with and coaches her son…Has a younger brother Anton…Speaks English and Russian…Suffered a leg injury in a car accident travelling to a Futures event in Tashkent in April 2001. 7-3 on grass and 5-7 on clay…Earned a career-high $590.…Had a 14-12 mark in Challengers and runner-up in Tashkent (l. to Safin) in October. 102) in ‘09 with 16 match wins on ATP World Tour…Reached his first ATP QF in Eastbourne (l. CAREER IN REVIEW The Uzbekistani finished just outside Top 100 (at No. Quarterfinalist: Hamburg. underwent surgery which required as many as 80 stiches and spent three months in the hospital…Did not touch a racquet for two years. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 103 (July 19. 1 Federer in straight sets…Turned in four SFs in Challenger play…In ’05. to Baghdatis)…Reached three doubles SF. CAREER FINALIST (1): 2010 – New Haven(H). to Stakhovsky)… Advanced to SF in Moscow (l. is a businessman. to Berdych)… During summer. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-2) AUS. resuming training in April 2003…Likes football (supports Real Madrid) and playing pool. 35 Lu) became first player from his country to finish in Top 50 by improving over 60 ranking spots…Won a personal-high 32 matches…Reached 3rd RD at Australian Open in January and following month advanced to SF in San Jose (l. Oleg.

Matches won-lost: ATP: 7-8 (singles).572.572. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 440 (May 7.220 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Here are the winners since 2000: 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 Tobias Kamke (GER) Horacio Zeballos (ARG) Kei Nishikori (JPN) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) Benjamin Becker (GER) Gael Monfils (FRA) Florian Mayer (GER) Rafael Nadal (ESP) Paul-Henri Mathieu (FRA) Andy Roddick (USA) Olivier Rochus (BEL) ATPWORLDTOUR. 1986 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Lubeck. 67…Compiled a 7-8 match record on ATP World Tour and 35-18 in Challengers with titles at Granby (d. English and French…Parents. He is the third German to earn the award in the last seven years.TOBIAS KAMKE (GER) Birthdate: May 21. Seppi. to Gabashvili) and qualified in his first Grand Slam event at Wimbledon (l. to Darcis) and qualified in his first ATP World Tour stop in Stockholm (l. reached a pair of SFs and and QFs in Challengers… Tried to qualify in seven tour level tournaments but never got through…In ’08.COM 103 . are teachers…Likes playing on all surfaces and favorite shots are serve and volley…Considers Wimbledon his favorite tournament…Idol growing up was countryman Michael Stich…Hobbies include football (supports Hamburger SV). reached final…Has a 59-35 Futures record and 3-1 in finals. Phillip. ATP NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR In 2010. 2010 IN REVIEW The ATP World Tour Newcomer of the Year made one of biggest climbs in rankings. 254 in ‘09 to yearend best No. Raonic) and Tiburon (d. ‘Toppi’ and ‘Klaus’…Speaks German. from No. Germany Weight: 163 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 7-10 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $380. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 67 (7-8) 2009: 254 (0-0) 2008: 270 (0-1) 2007: 208 (0-1) 2006: 443 (0-0) 2005: 722 (0-0) 2004: T801 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $214. Lutz and Margit. following in footsteps of his older brother. Garcia-Lopez. who works for a TV station… Nicknames are ‘Tobi’. advanced to his first Challenger final in Helsinki (l. to Seppi four sets)…In ’07. compiling 92-77 match record and 2-4 in finals since ‘05…In ‘09. Tobias Kamke was voted ATP World Tour Newcomer of the Year. Harrison)…Qualified for his first Grand Slam event at Wimbledon and reached 3rd RD (d. to Nieminen)…Played primarily in Futures from ‘04-06 and in his first Futures event on home soil in June ’04. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-0) ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-1 2-2 0-1 10 2ND 3RD 1ST 08 — 1ST — PERSONAL Started playing tennis aged five. 6 Berdych in Basel (l. to Tsonga)…Posted first Top 10 win of his career over No. CAREER IN REVIEW The German has worked his way up to ATP World Tour with successful results on Challenger circuit. Top 10: 1-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 67 (November 15. l. playing cards and hanging out with friends…Trains in Wahlstedt. 0-1 (doubles) Challenger: 35-16 (singles).80m) Residence: Lubeck / Hamburg. Germany Height: 5’11” (1. 4-7 (doubles). to Gasquet)…Earned a career-high $214. Germany…Supported by Schleswig-Holstein…Physical trainer is Soeren Kuhn…Coached by Maik Schürbesmann (in 2008) and Ralph Grambow (since 2009). was runner-up at Karlsruhe Challenger (l.

1979 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Zagreb. to Murray). Top 10: 12-33 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 14 (August 18. to Gulbis)…Also reached 4th RD at Australian Open (l. 22 in ’07 when he won a personal-best three ATP World Tour titles on as many surfaces in four finals… Earned his first title in Houston (d.08m) Residence: Zagreb. Alsi (married Mar. Memphis. second-most since ’91. Nottingham(G). Slovakia 3-2)…Has a 10-8 career record (7-6 in singles) in 11 ties since ‘00…Earned a career-high $738. Verdasco. Singles Finalist: Delray Beach. Gordana. CAREER IN REVIEW The Croat finished in Top 40 three straight years and led ATP in aces from ‘07-09…His best year-end ranking was No. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-12) AUS. Quarterfinalist: Doha. Anna.601 in ’08. FINALIST (1). 44 for nine months or nine tournaments once he returns in ‘11. led tour in aces (1. to Nadal)…Snapped 11match losing streak in five sets (d. Stepanek in 1st RD)…Will have protected ranking of No. broke through to reach a Grand Slam-best QF at Wimbledon (l.08m) to rank in Top 100 in history of ATP Rankings (since 1973)…Wears size 16 shoes…Father. 2007 – San Jose(IH). reaching QFs in Doha. Vlado.333. 14 on Aug. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 44 (April 10. who used to play when she was younger…Hobbies include basketball and favorite team is Miami Heat and his dream is to practice with them…Wife. USA Weight: 230 (104kg) Career Win-Loss: 178-159 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3. Stockholm(IH). member of his country’s first Davis Cup championship team (d. fired a Cup record 78 aces in route to 16-14 in fifth set loss to Stepanek…In ’08. works in agriculture… Has one older sister. 7-5 (doubles). suffered left knee injury on June 10 at Queen’s qualifying 1st RD and went 1-5 rest of year…In ’05.662. is Jamaican. is a meteorologist. Johansson) on hard en route to career-high 43 match wins…In ’09. Croatia Height: 6’10” (2.318). Croatia/Miami. l. afterwards climbing to career-high No. Zagreb and Memphis.) and reached first ATP Masters 1000 SF in Cincinnati* (d. T. along with final in Delray Beach (l. 2010 IN REVIEW The Croatian finished in Top 75 for seventh time in past eight years (except ’06) despite missing last six months with an Achilles injury…Played last event in Madrid* in mid-May and underwent surgery to repair torn left Achilles on July 22…Began first two months with 13-5 mark. repeated title in Nottingham (d. and averaged 20.408 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/3 Career Win-Loss vs.6 per match…In ’06. 1 Federer. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 7-7 2-6 9-7 5-7 10 4TH — — — 10 2ND 3RD — — 2ND — — — — 09 2ND 1ST QF 1ST 09 3RD 2ND 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 08 3RD 1ST 1ST 3RD 08 3RD 2ND 2ND 3RD QF — SF — 1ST 07 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 07 — 1ST — — 3RD 2ND 1ST — 2ND 06 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 06 2ND 1ST 1ST — — — — — — 05 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 05 2ND 1ST 1ST — QF 1ST — — — 04 2ND 1ST 4TH 1ST 04 1ST 1ST — 3RD 1ST 1ST 3RD — — 03 — — 3RD 3RD ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 33-40) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 4-6 MIAMI 1-7 MONTE CARLO 2-4 ROME 5-3 MADRID 9-6 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-4 CINCINNATI 7-4 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 2-3 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six…Tallest player (6’10”. 2007 – Houston(CL). 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 73 (17-9) 2007: 22 (43-21) 2004: 59 (18-26)2001: 231 (0-1) 1998: 681 (0-0) 2009: 37 (23-23) 2006: 99 (17-19) 2003: 74 (9-7) 2000: 299 (2-0) 1997:T1343 (0-0) 2008: 25 (31-26) 2005: 72 (17-23) 2002: 175 (1-4) 1999: 602 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $331. Florida. Clement) on grass and Stockholm (d. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). 2005 – London / Queen’s Club(G). CAREER TITLES (4): 2008 – Nottingham(G). 29. saving one M. 104 .IVO KARLOVIC (CRO) Birthdate: February 28. No. 2. Matches won-lost: ATP: 17-9 (singles). to Federer)…In 5:59 Davis Cup SF battle. 2005). mother. FINALIST (3): 2010 – Delray Beach(H). Zabaleta) on clay and later won in Nottingham (d. 18…In ’07. Zagreb. Doubles Semifinalist: Australian Open(w/Vemic).P.

1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Augsburg. 2008 – Halle(G). 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 51 (November 10. CAREER TITLES (2): 2008 – Auckland(H). to Clement) in January and in Metz (l. Sandra and Gerlinde…Prefers clay and hard courts…Enjoys driving cars.COM 105 . No. reached first ATP Masters 1000 QF in Monte-Carlo* (l. CAREER IN REVIEW The German is a two-time winner on ATP World Tour. Top 10: 15-33 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 22 (September 28. Ferrero)…His best Grand Slam result is 4th RD three times – ‘05. Monte Carlo*. ATPWORLDTOUR. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 34 (37-24) 2007: 32 (33-27) 2004: 92 (6-10) 2001: 764 (0-0) 2009: 27 (40-25) 2006: 60 (24-20) 2003: 209 (1-3) 2000:T1334 (0-0) 2008: 28 (32-21) 2005: 93 (12-25) 2002: 268 (0-3) 1999:T1302 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $684.730. 12-8 on clay and 4-2 on grass. 28)…Also a runner-up in Metz (l.78m) Residence: Altstaetten. FINALIST (2): 2009 – Metz(IH). advanced to first ATP SF in Gstaad and reached QF on four different surfaces…In ’04. to Monfils)…In ’08. on clay in Monte-Carlo* (l. Singles Semifinalist: Auckland. Simon) in September…Made two ATP Masters 1000 QFs.435 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/2 Career Win-Loss vs. 22 on Sept. to Nadal) and followed with home soil title in Munich…One of three players (Malisse. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 11-6 7-6 6-6 7-8 10 3RD 3RD 3RD 2ND 10 3RD 3RD QF 2ND 1ST QF 3RD 1ST 1ST 09 2ND 4TH 3RD 3RD 09 4TH 1ST 2ND 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 08 4TH 1ST 1ST 2ND 08 3RD 2ND 3RD — 2ND 1ST QF — 3RD 07 2ND 2ND 1ST 3RD 07 2ND — QF — — 1ST 2ND — — 06 2ND 2ND 3RD 1ST 06 3RD — — — — — — — — 05 4TH 1ST 1ST 1ST 05 — 1ST — — — — — — — 04 — — — 2ND 03 — — — 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 36-34) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 8-5 MIAMI 1-4 MONTE CARLO 9-4 ROME 2-2 MADRID 3-2 TORONTO/MONTREAL 4-4 CINCINNATI 6-3 SHANGHAI 0-2 PARIS 2-3 PERSONAL Full name is Philipp Eberhard Hermann Kohlschreiber…Began playing tennis at age four…Parents Maria and Gerhard…His father used to operate a gas station…His mother is a kindergarten teacher…Two sisters. to Nadal)…Also a QF in four events on three different surfaces…Reached 3rd RD in first three Grand Slam events…Compiled marks of 21-14 on hard. finished in Top 100 for first time and reached first ATP QF in Auckland…Has a 10-6 career Davis Cup record (8-4 in singles) in eight ties. won a personal-best 40 matches while finishing a year-end high No. 2007 – Munich(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 8-5) AUS. Germany Height: 5’10” (1. to Federer)…In ’07. finished as top German for first time at No. Toronto*. 7 Blake in SF.818. Metz. Grosjean) to win singles and doubles titles at same event…In ’06. capturing titles in Munich in ‘07 (d. to Ferrer) and on hard courts in Toronto* (l. Youzhny) and in Auckland in ’08 (d. Matches won-lost: ATP: 37-24 (singles).PHILIPP KOHLSCHREIBER (GER) Birthdate: October 16. Switzerland Weight: 154 (69kg) Career Win-Loss: 185-158 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3. Halle. Quarterfinalist: San Jose. l. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). 28 and advanced to first grass final in Halle (d. 2010 IN REVIEW The top German finished in Top 35 for fourth straight year and made eight QF appearances or better…Best result was SFs in Auckland (l. 27 (reached a career-best No. Munich. swimming and playing with his dogs… Favorite movie is “Lord of the Rings”…Follows football and hockey…Fan of FC Bayern Munich…Fitness trainer is Marco Panicci and coached by Miles Maclagan (since October 2010). ’08 at Australian Open and ’09 Roland Garros…In ’09. 5-15 (doubles). FINALIST (2).

Creed and Scott Stapp… Favorite surfaces are hard and clay courts and considers backhand his favorite shot.EVGENY KOROLEV (KAZ) Birthdate: February 14. 6 Davydenko. began playing tennis at age four with his father. Las Vegas. won personal-high 20 ATP level matches…Broke through to reach first ATP SF in Las Vegas (d. is a housewife and sometimes travels to tournaments…Has one older brother. l. Alexey. 6 Blake.370.85m) Residence: Moscow. who still coaches him and used to play hockey…Changed nationality to Kazakhstan in January 2010…Mother. 30 to repair stress fracture and damaged tendon…His best ATP World Tour result was QF in New Haven (l.286. Warsaw…Pushed Berdych to five sets in Wimbledon debut…Also made first appearance at US Open and reached 2nd RD (d. Brands. German and English…Started learning English at age seven with a private tutor…Favorite players growing up were Pete Sampras. Irina. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 4-4 1-4 1-4 1-4 CAREER 3-3 1-3 0-2 1-2 0-1 10 3RD 1ST 2ND 1ST 10 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 09 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 08 1ST 1ST — 2ND — 08 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 07 3RD 2ND — — — 07 1ST — 1ST 1ST 06 — — 1ST — — 06 — 2ND — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 5-11) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID PERSONAL Raised in Moscow. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 113 (March 22. Russia Height: 6’1” (1. to de Bakker)…Began season by reaching 2nd RD in Doha and Sydney and Grand Slam-best 3rd RD at Australian Open (d. to Gonzalez in five sets). Bemelmans)…In ’07. CAREER FINALIST (1): 2009 – Delray Beach(H). Top 10: 2-14 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 46 (February 22. CAREER IN REVIEW The Kazakhstan resident broke through in ‘09 to finish a year-end best No. 53. l. to Almagro) and reached QF in Sydney (as a qualifier). Andre Agassi and Stefan Edberg…Hobbies include hockey and enjoys playing or skating anytime he has a chance…Likes hard rock and favorite groups are Metallica. highlighted by reaching his maiden final in Delray Beach (l. Ozzy Osbourne. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 140 (12-20) 2007: 83 (20-24) 2004: 458 (0-0) 2009: 53 (18-19) 2006: 100 (8-8) 2003:T1150 (0-0) 2008: 113 (13-17) 2005: 184 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $293. Matches won-lost: ATP: 12-20 (singles). 2010 IN REVIEW The Kazakhstan slipped out of Top 100 late in season after a right elbow injury sidelined him after US Open…Retired (vs. Moscow and Basel…In ’08. advanced to second career ATP SF in Valencia (l. Metz)…Underwent a hernia operation in May and missed one month…In ’06. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-5) AUS. to Monfils)…Closed season with repeat title at Aachen Challenger (d. to Robredo)…Also compiled a 17-9 Challenger record with one…Has a 59-33 career match record in Challengers and is 5-1 in finals…Never played junior circuit and picked up his first ATP points at age 15 in three German Challengers…Earned a career-high $381. Bangkok. to Grosjean) and Bastad (l. l. finished in Top 100 for first time and turned in a pair of QF results in Marseille (No. Amersfoort. Evgeny. won 13 ATP matches and went 8-2 in Challenger play with one title…On clay. Soderling. 21 Berdych. to Fish) as a qualifier…Also reached SF in Houston and QFs in Metz. Querrey) and advanced to four QFs (Sydney. Russia Weight: 180 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 71-88 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. Singles Quarterfinalist: New Haven. 106 . No. 7-8 (doubles). 1988 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Moscow. Doubles Semifinalist: Doha(w/Stakhovsky). who is his physio therapist and helps with his business matters and considers him his best friend (works in Moscow)…Speaks Russian. Nishikori) at US Open and underwent surgery on Sept. Valencia.805 in ’09. Sydney(w/Andreev). No.288 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs.

Dorota…Has a younger sister. who is studying physiotherapy…Strengths of game are serve. Matches won-lost: ATP: 15-25 (singles). Bucharest.Shanghai*. Semifinalist: Rome*. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 7 (September 27.COM 107 . 6 in ATP Team Rankings (w/Marach) and No. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). captured Oberstaufen Challenger title…Has a 135-121 career record in Challengers and 2-3 in finals…His best junior Grand Slam result was QF at Wimbledon in singles and doubles in ‘00…Member of Polish Davis Cup team and has a 20-6 career record (16-6 in singles) in 17 ties. 10 individually…Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London and went 1-2 in round robin play… Earned a career-high $702. Valencia (all w/Marach). 41 on April 12…Posted a career-best 4th RD at Australian Open followed by his second career ATP World Tour final in Costa do Sauipe (l.084 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/2 Career Win-Loss vs. to Djokovic)…He was first Polish singles finalist on ATP World Tour since Wojtek Fibak in Basel in ‘83…Reached No. Poland Weight: 190 (86kg) Career Win-Loss: 39-51 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. Quarterfinalist: Doha. return and forehand and favorite surfaces are clay and slow hard courts…Players he admired growing up were Yevgeny Kafelnikov. CAREER IN REVIEW The Pole broke through to reach his first ATP World Tour singles final in ‘09…In May ’09. Stefan Edberg and Jonas Bjorkman…Future goals are to rank in Top 50 in singles and Top 10 in doubles…Considers some of best moments of his career so far: reaching singles final in Belgrade in 2009. including Rome* and Cincinnati*…Finished No.91m) Residence: Lubin.394. and went 2-1 in season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London…Finished No.780. 2009 – Belgrade(CL). 1982 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Boleslawiec. 3rd round at US Open in 2006. Top 10: 1-5 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 41 (April 12. 6 Andy Roddick in Beijing in 2009 and winning doubles titles in Casablanca. reaching SFs at Australian Open. beating No. Poland Height: 6’3” (1. reached final (l. 38-24 (doubles) Challenger: 1-1 (singles). Doubles Winner: Santiago. Acapulco. CAREER FINALIST (2): 2010 – Costa do Sauipe(CL). is a football coach. ATPWORLDTOUR. Janusz. OPEN 2-1 ROLAND GARROS 0-2 WIMBLEDON 1-1 US OPEN 2-2 CAREER 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-2 1-1 10 4TH 1ST 2ND 1ST 10 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST — 09 — 1ST — — 09 — — — — 1ST 1ST 2ND 06 — — — 3RD CAREER 3-3 (w/Marach) 10 RR 09 RR ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 1-9) MIAMI MONTE CARLO ROME MADRID CINCINNATI SHANGHAI PARIS PERSONAL Began playing at age nine…Father. won titles in Santiago and Acapulco while reaching four SFs. 101…Also broke out in doubles. winning first three titles of his career (w/Marach). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-4) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY* CAREER AUS. Paulina. 7 in team rankings…In ’08. Finalist: Costa do Sauipe. 89 in November before finishing No. mother. Casablanca. FINALIST (4). 2010 IN REVIEW The top Polish player finished in Top 100 for first time at No. Singles Finalist: Costa do Sauipe.394. Cincinnati*.LUKASZ KUBOT (POL) Birthdate: May 16. as a lucky loser in Belgrade. to Ferrero)…In doubles. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 70 (15-25) 2007: 222 (2-3) 2009: 101 (9-9) 2006: 120 (5-8) 2008: 223 (0-0) 2005: 136 (3-1) 2004: 258 (3-3) 2003: 331 (1-1) 2002: 499 (0-0) 2001: 394 (1-1) 2000: 654 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $702. Vienna. 70 with a personal-high 15 match wins…Reached a career-high No. Belgrade and Vienna in 2009.

GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-0) US OPEN CAREER 0-1 CAREER 1-1 10 1ST 09 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 1-1) MIAMI PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six with father Alexander who coached him until age 17…Mother. Top 10: 1-2 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 58 (November 1. 1-2 (doubles) Challenger: 32-14 (singles). Petersburg. reaching 2nd RD…Qualified and won Barletta Challenger title (d. Ekaterina…Likes to play on hard courts. CAREER TITLES (1): 2010 – St. Petersburg title (d. to Montanes in 3rd RD)…Qualified in back-to-back weeks in Moscow and St. Mikhail Kukushkin was the fifth and final first-time winner of the season on the ATP World Tour as he captured the St. Petersburg. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 387 (November 1. Petersburg 108 . Quarterfinalist: Bangkok. FIRST-TIME WINNERS CIRCLE In 2010. 132 previous year…He captured his first ATP World Tour title in St. to Youzhny)…In July. Russia Height: 6’0” (1. 24 Jarkko Nieminen and Pablo Cuevas (l. to Ledovskikh)…Has a 9-1 career Davis Cup singles record in six ties. 6-13 (doubles). Marchenko) in Russia…In ’08. Petersburg(IH). Youzhny).83m) Residence: Astana. Sergeyev) and Samarkand (d.378. Matches won-lost: ATP: 17-8 (singles). Pashanski) in Italy…In ’07. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 59 (17-8) 2009: 132 (7-7) 2008: 149 (4-4) 2007: 203 (0-1) 2006: 767 (0-0) 2005:T1523 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $281. including a 14-6 record on hard courts…Posted impressive Challenger match record of 32-14 with titles in Braunschweig (d. Daniel) and Penza (d.378. Kravchuk) and a runner-up in Istanbul…Earned a careerhigh $281. Singles Winner: St.759 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs. best shots are ground strokes…Moved to Kazakhstan in 2008…Has no specific goals in terms of rankings or results but just wants to give his best on the court…Likes movies and reading Russian books…Best friends on the tour are Davis Cup teammates Andrey Golubev and Yuri Schukin…Coached by Argentine Gabriel Markus since December 2010. Tatiana…Has one older sister. Jorquera)…Qualified for first ATP tournament in St. 2 Kazakhstani player (behind Golubev) finished in Top 60 for first time in his career after jumping from No. qualified in Moscow and advanced to his first ATP World Tour SF (l. best results came in Challengers. Petersburg (d. captured Penza Challenger title (d. picking up back-to-back titles at Saransk (d. 1987 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Volgograd. Youzhny) and became second player from Kazakhstan to win an ATP title (Golubev won Hamburg in July)…Finished with a personal-high 17 match wins. 2010 IN REVIEW The No.MIKHAIL KUKUSHKIN (KAZ) Birthdate: December 26. Petersburg (l. CAREER IN REVIEW The Kazakhstan resident has worked his way up to ATP World Tour with successful Challenger results…Has compiled an 88-50 Challenger career record and 6-1 in finals…In ‘09. Here are the first-time winners in 2010: PLAYER John Isner (USA) Ernests Gulbis (LAT) Andrey Golubev (KAZ) Viktor Troicki (SRB) Mikhail Kukushkin (KAZ) TOURNAMENT Auckland Delray Beach Hamburg Moscow St. qualified and won his first ATP World Tour matches in Barcelona with wins over No. Kazakhstan Weight: 159 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 28-20 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $563.

ATPWORLDTOUR. Singles Quarterfinalist: Moscow. 2005). 71 to No.179.80m) Residence: Moscow. l. 3-2 (doubles). Golubev. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-3 0-3 2-6 1-5 10 2ND 1ST 1ST --09 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 2ND 09 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 08 1ST 1ST ------------- 08 ----1ST 1ST 07 1ST 1ST ------------- 07 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 06 --1ST ------------- 06 ----2ND 1ST 03 ----1ST --- 02 ------1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 4-13) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-3 MIAMI 1-4 MONTE CARLO 0-1 ROME 0-1 MADRID 0-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 1-1 SHANGHAI 1-1 PERSONAL Started to play tennis at age seven since there were two hard and two clay courts just a few hundred meters from where he lived…Went to the courts with friends where coach saw him and asked him to come to train… Raised by his grandparents. Nikolay Kislovskiy and are big tennis fans after traveling with him early in his career to tournaments…Trains in Moscow at CSKA (since age 18)…Originally from Vladivostok on eastern coast of Russia. to Kiefer)…In '04. CAREER IN REVIEW The Russian made Top 50 breakthrough in ‘08 with first title and a year-end best No. 2010)…Coached by Allen Fox. reached first final in Nottingham (w/Tursunov)…In '05. 47…Reached SF at Pörtschach and Washington…Won a Donetsk Challenger and reached two other finals…Made his Davis Cup debut in SF tie vs. reached a career-high No. first Top 100 finish with SFs at Moscow and St. reached first ATP SF in Moscow (l. Safin) and broke into Top 50 from No. 1981 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Vladivostok. Irina (married Dec. Petersburg…In doubles. Argentina (w/Tursunov) to beat Cañas-Nalbandian 8-6 in fifth set…Also reached SF at Roland Garros (w/Tursunov)…In '07. (born May 16. FINALIST (3). (grandmother). Andreev. Italian and Russian…Considers hard courts as favorite surface and best part of his game are groundstrokes and baseline play…Wife. Top 10: 0-9 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 35 (July 6. 44 finish…In '09.COM 109 .239 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs. to Zeballos) and QF in Memphis (l. made Davis Cup singles debut vs. son. earned first title in Moscow (d. Petersburg (l. Russia Weight: 165 (75kg) Career Win-Loss: 68-108 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2. to Sela)…In '08. Alexander.143. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 100 (6-14) 2009: 104 (16-31) 2008: 44 (15-14) 2007: 125 (16-24) 2004: 161 (2-2) 2006: 93 (10-15) 2003: 196 (0-3) 2005: 130 (3-2) 2002: 139 (0-1) 2001: 388 (0-0)1998: 448 (0-0) 2000: 256 (0-0) 1999: 308 (0-2) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $250. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2) AUS. 2010 IN REVIEW The Russian finished Top 100 for third time in past five years…Compiled his best results in Challengers with a 23-13 match record. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 49 (June 9. Ninel Kislovskaya. Matches won-lost: ATP: 6-14 (singles). 5-5 (doubles) Challenger: 23-13 (singles). CAREER TITLES (1): 2008 – Moscow(IH). won first ATP World Tour title in Moscow (w/Tursunov). reached maiden ATP QF in Moscow…Has a 2-4 career Davis Cup record in four ties…Earned a career-high $495. Atlanta and Washington…In March. more than a nine hour flight from the capital… Enjoys watching hockey when at home…Swam and played basketball as a youth…Is known to be an excellent gourmet cook of Italian foods and loves going to good restaurants…Used to work with Riccardo Piatti and became interested in cooking with Piatti’s mother…Speaks English. India in 1st RD and defeated Devvarman in four sets in opening match…In doubles. to Istomin)…Also qualified in Dubai. Doubles Winner: Moscow(w/Tursunov). and (grandfather). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). 8. winning two titles and runner-up at one other…Went 6-14 in ATP level play and his best result was QF in Moscow as a qualifier (d.243 in '08. Russia Height: 5'11" (1.IGOR KUNITSYN (RUS) Birthdate: September 30. 35 on July 6 with SFs in St. achieved a personal-best 16 match wins (also in ’09) and reached three QFs…In '06.

4 Karol Kucera No.675. SLOVAKS IN TOP 100 In 2010. 22…Later advanced to QFs in Halle (l. finished in Top 150 for first time at No. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-3 1-1 1-2 0-1 CAREER 0-1 0-1 0-1 10 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 10 1ST 1ST 1ST 09 — — 1ST — 08 1ST — — — 07 1ST — — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 0-3) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MADRID PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six with his father. to Chardy)…Ended season with Challenger runner-up in Ortiseti (d. 22. 82) and won four Futures titles during season…In ’08. 1988 Sept. 1998 Oct. Zagreb. 28. Baghdatis. 1987 110 .675.86m) Residence: Bratislava. CAREER IN REVIEW The Bratislava resident made Top 100 breakthrough in ‘09 with a 32-11 match record in Challengers and two titles…Climbed 236 positions from previous year (No.602 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Chardy. highlighted by 30-21 Challenger campaign and one title and two runner-up efforts…Early in his career. Ljubicic. 60 Branislav Stankovic No. 34 Karol Beck No. 13. 36 Jan Kroslak No. Lukas Lacko finished as the top player from his country for the second straight year. Ladislav and mother Dagmar (both teachers)…Has one younger sister. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 89 (19-22) 2007: 138 (1-3) 2009: 82 (3-5) 2006: 225 (2-0) 2008: 318 (1-4) 2005: 423 (0-0) 2004:T1034 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $340. to Petzschner) and Atlanta (d. Singles Quarterfinalist: Chennai. 2010 IN REVIEW The top Slovak finished in Top 100 for second year in a row…Advanced to four ATP World Tour QFs in first two months in Chennai (l. to Petzschner) and reached a career-high No. Czech and English…Considers hard courts and grass as favorite surfaces. Top 10: 0-2 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 60 (February 22. 1987 Aug. Hewitt. 0-2 (doubles). l.to Anderson)…Won first Grand Slam match at Roland Garros (d. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-4) AUS. Atlanta. 22. Matches won-lost: ATP: 19-22 (singles). 60 on Feb. to Petzschner) and Memphis (d. 14. 318 to No. 6 Dominik Hrbaty No. Yani. excelled in Futures tournaments. l. 1999 Feb. forehand and serve as strengths and winning Seoul Challenger in ‘09 to move into Top 100 for first time as biggest moment of his career…Goal is to move into Top 30…Coached by Tibor Toth and fitness trainer is Ladislav Olasz. Memphis. l . 2005 Sept. advanced to three Challenger QFs and went 1-4 in tour level play…In ’07. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 170 (July 5. compiling a 78-25 match record. 86 DATE Feb. 18. 138. l. 14. l. Slovakia Height: 6’1” (1. Halle. Here is a look at the Slovaks to rank in the Top 100: PLAYER CAREER HIGH Miloslav Mecir No. Dominika…Speaks Slovak. Przysiezny) as a qualifier…Went 19-22 in ATP level events and earned a career high $340. 12 Marian Vajda No.LUKAS LACKO (SVK) Birthdate: November 3. including 8-5 in finals…His best junior result was SF at Roland Garros…Has a 9-9 career Davis Cup record (9-7 in singles) in nine ties. 52 Lukas Lacko No. Slovakia Weight: 185 (84kg) Career Win-Loss: 26-34 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $646. 28. 2004 Sept. to Sela). Zagreb (d. 2010 Dec. 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Piestany. to Youznhy) and followed with 2nd RD at Wimbledon (d. 3-7 (doubles) Challenger: 7-7 (singles).

Madrid*(IH). Vienna(IH). 3 on May 1. 26 to No. Monaco Weight: 202 (91kg) Career Win-Loss: 401-271 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $9.) before beating El Aynaoui for first ATP title… Reached final of Wimbledon Juniors in ‘96. Marseille(IH). FINALIST (13): 2010 – Montpellier(IH). runner-up in Zagreb (l.COM 111 . CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (4). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 10-17) AUS. 2007 – Zagreb(IC). Gonzalez)…Had most indoor match wins (20-5) on ATP circuit for second straight year…Led ATP circuit in aces (929)…In ’05.289. Monte-Carlo*. Ferrero) without losing his serve in 57 games…In ’04. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 70 (May 16. 1979 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Banja Luka. Llodra) and QF in seven other tournaments. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 20-14 on hard and 6-3 on clay. 2005 – Metz(IH).549 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 10/13 Career Win-Loss vs. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. 2009 – Lyon(IH). losing to Vladimir Voltchkov…Has a 36-19 career Davis Cup record (23-13 in singles) in 22 ties since ‘98… Earned a career-high $1. won two ATP titles (Doha. earned a bronze medal in doubles (w/Ancic) at Athens Olympics…In ’01. 5)…Reached a personal-best No. 2006 – ]Miami*(H). to Federer). Dubai(H). Slovak Republic 3-2)…Won back-to-back indoor titles in Metz (d. 14 Cilic) earned his 10th ATP World Tour title. finished in Top 25 for first time at No. 2004 – Doha(H). CAREER IN REVIEW The Croat has finished in Top 25 in six of past seven seasons (except ’08) since ‘04. at ATP Masters 1000 event in Indian Wells*. Rotterdam(IH). 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 17 (26-19) 2007: 18 (44-23) 2004: 22 (37-24) 2001: 37 (29-22) 1998: 293 (2-3) 2009: 24 (32-23) 2006: 5 (61-20) 2003: 42 (29-25) 2000: 91 (23-22) 1997: 287 (1-4) 2008: 45 (19-18) 2005: 9 (57-24) 2002: 49 (29-29) 1999: 77 (11-14) 1996: 573 (1-1) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1. Stockholm. Matches won-lost: ATP: 26-19 (singles). 8 Roddick (F)… Afterwards went from No. 2 Djokovic (4th RD). 1 Kuerten in 1st RD and Safin in three tie-breaks in SF (saving 1 M. 29 in Montpellier…Went 5-4 vs. Umag. highlighted by ATP titles in Chennai (d. defeating No.P. Paris*(IC). to Ferrer) and Stockholm (l. 2006 – Chennai(H). Rotterdam(IH). Rotterdam)…In ’06. including back-to-back Top 10 campaigns in ‘05 (at No. Zagreb(IC). Quarterfinalist: Dubai. Singles Winner: Indian Wells*. CAREER TITLES (10): 2010 – Indian Wells*(H). 2001 – Lyon(IC). 6-7 (doubles). biggest of his career. 22 and went 6-1 in matches decided in a final set tie-break…Reached lone final in opening week in Doha (l. ‘s-Hertogenbosch(G). to Stakhovsky)…In ’07. won a career-best 61 matches and advanced to QF (or better) in 13 tournaments. 4-0 in doubles) in Davis Cup play (the best record since McEnroe went 12-0 in ‘82 for the United States) in leading Croatia to title (d. Semifinalist: Beijing. including first seven through April. Moya) and Zagreb (d. to Baghdatis in five sets)…In ’09. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 11-11 15-11 6-10 8-11 CAREER 2-4 10 3RD 3RD 1ST 1ST 06 RR 09 2ND 1ST — 1ST 05 RR 08 1ST 4TH 1ST — 07 1ST 3RD 3RD 3RD 06 QF SF 3RD 1ST 05 2ND 1ST 1ST 3RD 04 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST 03 1ST 3RD 2ND 2ND 02 3RD 1ST 2ND 2ND 01 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 00 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 99 — — — 2ND BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY ATPWORLDTOUR. to Monfils) and SF in Beijing (l.713. No.IVAN LJUBICIC (CRO) Birthdate: March 19. 2007 – Doha(H). Koubek) in February…Repeated title in Vienna (d. Madrid* and Shanghai*…In ’08. 9) and ’06 (at No. Monfils) and Vienna (d. 2 Croat (behind No. Bosnia-Herzegovina Height: 6’4” (1. picked up title in Lyon (d. 3 Nadal (SF) and No. Finalist: Montpellier.93m) Residence: Monte-Carlo. ‘s-Hertogenbosch) and two runner-up finishes (Zagreb. including Indian Wells*. ‘06…Has a 10-13 career mark in ATP World Tour finals. Vienna(IH).619. 2005 – Doha(H). reaching at least one final in eight of past 10 years (except ’02-03)…His best Grand Slam result was SF at Roland Garros in ’06 when he lost to eventual champ Nadal…Also advanced to QF at Australian Open that year (l. to Escude)…In doubles. 2008 – Zagreb(IH).167 in ’06. compiled an 11-1 record (7-1 in singles. broke through in Lyon by defeating No. Top 10: 39-64 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 3 (May 1. 13…Also runner-up in Montpellier (l. Bangkok(IH). all in October…Recorded 400 singles matches in his career on Oct.251.

16 DATE July 4. 2004). is a housewife…Has one older brother. 1991 112 . elected as European player representative on ATP Board…Then resigned position on Jan. CROATS IN TOP 100 Ivan Ljubicic is the second-highest ranked Croat in the history of the South African Airways ATP Rankings (since 1973). 5. 2009). is an electrician. Leonardo (born Nov. 2006 July 10. 3 No. Hazira. 7 No. 22. 3 in May 2006.ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 112-78) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 20-7 MIAMI 17-11 MONTE CARLO 15-11 ROME 10-8 MADRID 13-7 TORONTO/MONTREAL 4-7 CINCINNATI 12-10 SHANGHAI 4-2 PARIS 9-8 08 4TH 2ND 1ST 2ND 3RD QF 2ND 3RD — 1ST — QF — — — — 1ST 2ND — 2ND QF — 2ND 2ND 2ND WON QF 10 09 07 QF SF 3RD 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND — 2ND 06 QF RUP QF 1ST 2ND 3RD QF — — 05 4TH 4TH 1ST 3RD RUP 1ST 1ST — RUP 04 1ST 3RD 3RD 2ND SF 2ND 2ND — 2ND 03 — 1ST 3RD QF 1ST 1ST 2ND — — 02 1ST 2ND 1ST 3RD 3RD 1ST 2ND — 2ND 01 — QF 1ST 1ST — 2ND QF — 2ND 00 — 1ST — — — — — — — 99 — — 3RD — — — 2ND — — PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age nine…Father. 20. son. 8. is one of seven Croats to rank in the Top 20: PLAYER Goran Ivanisevic Ivan Ljubicic Mario Ancic Marin Cilic Niki Pilic Ivo Karlovic Goran Prpic CAREER HIGH No. Marko. 12 No. 31. 1994 May 1. Aida (married Nov. who reached a career-high No. Italian and English…Escaped war-torn Bosnia at age 13 in 1992 and was one of the several players taken to Italy by a club that was reaching out to help children…Began serving on ATP Player Council since 2002 and elected Vice-President from ‘04-06 and President from ‘06-08…In August 2008. 9 No. 2008)…Coached by Italian Riccardo Piatti (since June 1997) and fitness trainer is Dailbor Sirola (since Sept. 18. 2008 July 29. 14 No. 2010 Oct. Vlado…Speaks Croatian. Ljubicic. and mother. 2006 Feb. 2 No. 2009 to give full attention on playing…Was first active player to serve on Board since Paul Annacone in 1993…Named 2007 ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of Year for his off-court work with Special Olympics…Wife. 1931 Aug.

beating No. 27-13 (doubles) Challenger: 7-2 (singles). son.COM 113 .P.2003 (w/Santoro) PERSONAL Began playing at age six…Father Michel played four years with Paris Saint-Germain football club…Mother. 3 Coria)…Repeated Aussie Open doubles title and runner-up at Roland Garros…In ’03.318. Quarterfinalist: London / Queen’s Club.2006 (w/Clement). No. Singles Winner: Marseille.2010 (w/Benneteau). Doubles Winner: Marseille(w/Benneteau). 2008 – Adelaide(H). Sylvaine…Has older brother Yann…As teen. 5 Soderling in third set tie-break (held three M.576. Rotterdam(IH). 2003). defeated Monaco in singles and won doubles (w/Clement)…Won doubles titles in Marseille and Toronto* (w/Benneteau). 2004 – Adelaide(H). including Tennis Masters Cup…Finished No. 2010 IN REVIEW The Frenchman compiled best season. 23. won first ATP doubles title in Mallorca (w/Nargiso)…Doubles finalist at Wimbledon juniors in ‘98 (w/A. PARIS: Champion . Manon (born Mar. CAREER IN REVIEW The French left-hander has had three Top 50 seasons…Is 5-4 in singles finals and 18-16 in doubles finals…In ’08. Finalist . d. 2004 – ’s-Hertogenbosch(G). won Australian Open doubles title and reached final at Tennis Masters Cup…In ’02.)…In Davis Cup QF play vs. 3 Djokovic (3rd RD). Ram) and ‘97 US Open juniors (w/Lisnard)…Owns an 18-9 Davis Cup record (15-5 in doubles) in 20 ties…Earned career-high $899. AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Champion . Finalist: Toronto*(w/Benneteau). Finalist .2003 (w/Santoro).2008 (w/Clement). won three doubles titles. practiced with Georges Deniau. Eastbourne(G).618 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/4 Career Win-Loss vs. Lyon(IH). defeated No. CAREER 2-9 8-11 5-10 8-7 10 2ND 1ST 2ND 3RD 09 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 08 1ST 4TH 1ST 2ND 07 1ST 3RD 2ND 2ND 06 1ST 1ST — — 05 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 04 — 4TH 1ST 4TH 03 1ST 1ST 2ND — 02 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 01 — 1ST 1ST — 00 2ND 1ST 2ND — BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 7-6 07 05 04 03 RR WON DNP^ RUP (07 w/Clement. including Wimbledon (w/Clement)…Had three successful seasons with Santoro…In ’05. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN DOUBLES (3-3 in Finals). Garcia-Lopez)…Reached first ATP Masters 1000 SF in Paris*.91m) Residence: Rueil Malmaison.MICHAEL LLODRA (FRA) Birthdate: May 18.2004 (w/Santoro). 03 w/Santoro) ^Qualified but did not play due to Santoro injury ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* CAREER W-L: 20-41 BEST RESULT: SF (Paris ‘10) DOUBLES (2-4 in Finals). France Height: 6’3” (1. Matches won-lost: ATP: 29-22 (singles). Spain. ROLAND GARROS: Finalist . 0-1 (doubles). HAMBURG: Finalist 2005 (w/Santoro). Semifinalist: Paris*. coach of Forget and Hlasek. 2005 – ’s-Hertogenbosch(G). Camille (married Sept. FINALIST (4): 2009 – Marseille(IH). 10 Verdasco…In SF tie vs. 2003 (w/Santoro). Eastbourne. 2007)…Reunited with coach Olivier Malcor for 2011 and fitness trainer is Fred Descamps. FINALIST (16). before losing to No. No. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (18). who taught him serve and volley…Wife. Top 10: 8-25 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 23 (November 15. 9. MONTREAL/TORONTO: Finalist . GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-7) AUS. reached first singles final in Adelaide (l. with first Top 25 finish. 11 Davydenko (QF). CAREER TITLES (5): 2010 – Marseille(IH). Argentina.477 in ‘08. Semifinalist: London / Queen’s Club(w/Benneteau). 05. 2004) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 23 (29-22) 2007: 92 (13-18) 2004: 41 (20-12) 2001: 90 (6-11) 1998: 703 (0-0) 2009: 67 (17-16) 2006: 98 (4-10) 2003: 173 (2-10) 2000: 162 (5-7) 1997:T941 (0-0) 2008: 40 (23-21) 2005: 139 (10-22) 2002: 103 (12-17) 1999:265 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $849. won four doubles titles. daughter. 8 Soderling. WIMBLEDON: Champion . 3-2 to Serbia)…Won doubles match (w/Clement) but lost fifth and decisive rubber to Troicki…Captured his first singles title on home soil in Marseille (d. MONTE-CARLO: Finalist . No.2007 (w/Clement). ATPWORLDTOUR. 9 individually…In ’04. doubles finalist at Australian Open…In ‘00. 2004). 5 in Doubles Race and year-end best No. 5. was only player to win multiple singles (2) and doubles (3) titles…In ’07.2004. ROME: Champion . two titles and personal-high 29 match wins… Helped country to Davis Cup final (l. to Hrbaty) and won first title in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (d. 1980 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Paris. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 8 (June 14. France Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 141-166 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $5. Teo (born Sept.2005 (w/Santoro). 2002 (w/Santoro). Benneteau)… Won title in Eastbourne (d.

20 on Jan. 114 . 2006 – Gstaad(CL). 6-5 on clay and 5-3 on grass. Spain Weight: 187 (84kg) Career Win-Loss: 234-237 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $5. 2010 IN REVIEW The Spanish left-hander finished in Top 35 for sixth time in eight years. CAREER TITLES (2): 2010 – Johannesburg(H). 2004 – Dubai(H). to Murray)…His best ATP Masters 1000 result was QF in Rome* in May (l. Cañas)…His career-high ranking is No. highlighted by second career ATP World Tour title in Johannesburg (d. 9 del Potro in singles and clinched title in doubles (w/Verdasco)…That year. 4 Ferrer (QF) and No. reached final of Orange Bowl 16s (l. Monfils in SF. ’05…His best Grand Slam result was QF at Wimbledon (l. FINALIST (3). Spain Height: 6’2” (1. ‘08 and ‘09… Earned a career-high $865. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 10-8 5-10 20-9 11-9 10 3RD 1ST 3RD 4TH 10 3RD 3RD 1ST QF 3RD 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 09 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 09 1ST 3RD 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST SF 1ST 08 2ND 1ST QF 1ST 08 2ND 3RD 1ST 1ST QF 2ND 1ST — 2ND 07 2ND 1ST 3RD 4TH 07 2ND 4TH — — QF — 1ST — 1ST 06 3RD 1ST 1ST 2ND 06 1ST 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST — — 05 3RD 1ST QF 2ND 05 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST — 2ND 04 1ST 4TH 3RD 3RD 04 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND 2ND — QF 03 3RD 1ST 4TH 1ST 03 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST QF QF 2ND — 2ND 02 — 2ND 4TH 2ND 02 — 2ND — — 3RD — — — — 01 — 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 51-69) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 4-8 MIAMI 8-9 MONTE CARLO 3-7 ROME 3-7 MADRID 14-9 TORONTO/MONTREAL 5-7 CINCINNATI 2-8 SHANGHAI 4-2 PARIS 6-7 PERSONAL Full name is Feliciano Lopez Diaz-Guerra…Began playing tennis at age five with father. No. mother. advanced to first ATP final in Dubai (l. to Gulbis)…Also advanced to 3rd RD at Australian Open (l. beat No. 2005 – New Haven(H). Doubles Semifinalist: Dubai(w/Robredo). 31. Semifinalist: London / Queen’s Club. to Fish) in June and Los Angeles in late July (l. to Coria) in ‘97 and runner-up at European 18s junior championships (l. ’08-09…In ’08. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 12-8) AUS. Top 10: 19-47 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 20 (January 31.FELICIANO LOPEZ (ESP) Birthdate: September 20. 7 Roddick) and at Indian Wells* (l.88m) Residence: Madrid. 7 Soderling) and Miami* (l. Feliciano. 2004) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 32 (26-24) 2007: 35 (27-25) 2004: 25 (33-27) 2001: 159 (2-5) 1998: 548 (0-1) 2009: 47 (17-24) 2006: 81 (19-29) 2003: 28 (34-31) 2000: 269 (0-1) 1997: 559 (0-0) 2008: 31 (27-26) 2005: 34 (31-28) 2002: 62 (18-16) 1999: 277 (0-0) 1996:T1294 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $721. accepted role as himself in Spanish family/humorous soap opera.816 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/4 Career Win-Loss vs. to Vinciguerra) in ‘99…Also SF at Orange Bowl 18s (l.518. 1981 Turned Pro: 1997 Birthplace: Toledo. is a nurse…Younger brother. to Fish)…Had 15-16 record on hard. FINALIST (4): 2008 – Dubai(H). to Hewitt) in ’05 and ’08 (l. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). including a year-end best No.779 in ’06. Singles Winner: Johannesburg. 10 Berdych (2nd RD). Robert in F) in February…Also advanced to SFs at Queen’s Club in London (l. “Los Serrano”…Coached by countryman and former ATP pro Francisco Clavet (since September 2009). CAREER IN REVIEW The Madrid native has finished in Top 50 in seven of past eight years (except ’06). 25 in ’04 when he captured his first ATP World Tour title in Vienna (d. who is a tennis coach. Belen Diaz-Guerra. to Coria) in ‘99…Won Spanish Championships in July ‘03. 5 Davydenko (SF)) before falling to No. to Federer)…As a junior. 2004 – Vienna(IH). to No. to Safin)…A member of winning Davis Cup teams in ‘04. played tennis before enrolling at a university where he studies business…A big fan of Real Madrid football team…At home he enjoys going out with friends to movies and to discos…Considers his serve best shot and hard court his favorite surface…In February 2008. 2005) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 37 (November 1. Matches won-lost: ATP: 26-24 (singles). 9-15 (doubles). defeating Nadal…Has a 10-13 career Davis Cup record (3-6 in singles) in 16 ties and member of championship teams in ‘04. Los Angeles. 6 Roddick in three sets… In ’04. to No. reached lone final in Dubai where he beat three Top 10 opponents (No. Quarterfinalist: Rome*.366. Victor.

75m) Residence: Barcelona.407. 79 PLAYER Marc Lopez Marcel Granollers Tommy Robredo David Marrero Santiago Ventura Nicolas Almagro Rafael Nadal ‘10 TITLES 3 2 0 2 2 0 1 ATPWORLDTOUR. 44 No. 56 No.522 Two-handed backhand Career Doubless Titles/Finalist: 4/2 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 106 (May 10. runner-up at Ettlingen Challenger (d. mother. also reached QFs in Valencia and Sopot (d. dropped one set en route to second title together (’09 Doha)…He also won titles (w/Marrero) in Estoril (d. compile a 37-20 match record and finish a career-best No.Indian Wells: Champion. to M. 2004) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 14 (November 15. runner-up at Vigo Challenger (l. Eduardo. boyhood idol Bruguera and A. Riba)…In ’07. Crivoi)…In ’05. ChardyMathieu) in July…Reached first indoor final in Montpellier (w/Schwank) in late October…Turned in his best Grand Slam result at Roland Garros by reaching QF (w/Riba)…Played two ATP singles matches and lost in 1st RD in Estoril and Bangkok…Earned a career-high $306. concentrating solely on doubles to win three titles. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-1) ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON CAREER 1-3 0-1 08 1ST — 04 1ST 1ST 03 2ND — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* DOUBLES -. Marc Lopez was the highest-ranked of the seven Spaniards in the ATP World Tour Doubles Top 100: RANK No. won first Challenger title at Budapest-2 (d. Garcia)…In ’03. 1982 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Barcelona. Semifinalist: Casablanca(w/Granollers). 2010 IN REVIEW The Barcelona native compiled his best season on ATP World Tour. 34 No. Matches won-lost: ATP: 0-2 (singles). SPANIARDS IN DOUBLES TOP 100 In 2010. 15 No. 15…In March. won his last Challenger title at Tanger (d. No.MARC LOPEZ (ESP) Birthdate: July 31. FINALIST (2). 13 Safin) and 3rd RD in Barcelona…In ’09. 143) and ’04 (at No. Doubles Winner: Indian Wells*(w/Nadal). 37-20 (doubles) Challenger: 1-1 (singles). CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has compiled his best singles results on Challenger level with a 156-121 match record and a 4-3 mark in finals…Has a 21-29 singles record in ATP World Tour play…His best year-end ranking was No. Cuevas-Granollers) in May and in Hamburg (d. Spain Height: 5’9” (1.407. Finalist: Montpellier(w/Schwank). Valencia(w/Marrero). won a pair of Challenger titles at Telde Las Palmas (d. Gonzalez)…In ’06. defeating top seeds NestorZimonjic…The duo. ’04…That year. Delfino). 22 No. 106 on May 10. Estoril.COM 115 . Spain Weight: 157 (71kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 59-35 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $958. Dorsch) and Brasov (d. 126 in ‘01 when he qualified and reached SF in his ATP main draw debut in Stuttgart*. A. Pilar Tarres…Says biggest moment of his career was winning first ATP Masters 1000 title in Indian Wells (w/Nadal) in March 2010…Enjoys going to movies and listening to music. 2010) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 15 (37-20) 2007: 151 (0-1) 2009: 62 (13-10) 2006: 309 (2-1) 2008: 158 (3-1) 2005: 635 (0-0) 2004: 203 (4-2) 2003: 611 (0-0) 2002: 240 (0-0) 2001: 247 (0-0) 2000: 551 (0-0) 1999: T797 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $306. Martin before losing to Cañas…Finished in Top 150 in ’03 (at No. 2010 (w/Nadal) PERSONAL Began playing tennis with his older brother. Hamburg(w/Marrero). 1-1 (doubles). partnered with Nadal as a wild card in Indian Wells* and captured his first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crown. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). 142)… Reached a career-high ranking of No. playing together for only fifth time. Raul (eight years older)…Raul went on to become a tennis coach with the Catalan Tennis Federation…Father. 40 No. defeating Coria.

FINALIST (2). finished outside Top 100 until reappearing in ’08 at No. 64…That year compiled his best results in Challenger level play with a 38-9 match record and three titles in six finals…In February. Semifinalist: Beijing(w/F.441 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. l. Singles Quarterfinalist: Johannesburg. to Monfils)…Prior to Wimbledon. but served as coach…Earned a career-high $547.620. to Lim)…After Wimbledon. won title at Tashkent Challenger (d.680. 72…In August. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 3-6 0-3 6-7 1-4 10 1ST 1ST QF 1ST 10 2ND 2ND 3RD 1ST 2ND 09 3RD 1ST 1ST 1ST 09 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST — 08 1ST — 1ST 2ND 08 1ST 1ST — — — 07 2ND 1ST 1ST — 04 — — — 1ST — 06 1ST — 1ST — 05 1ST — 2ND — 04 — — 2ND 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 7-12) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 2-3 MIAMI 2-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 2-2 CINCINNATI 0-3 SHANGHAI 1-1 PERSONAL Began playing at age eight…Nicknamed himself Rendy since his English teacher had a difficult time with his given first name so he chose that name…Says if he wasn’t playing tennis. 2010)…Coached by Dirk Hordorff (since 2003). 2010 IN REVIEW Finished as top Asian player on ATP World Tour with first year-end Top 50 ranking…Reached a career-high No. finished in Top 100 for first time at No. 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Taipei. Anderson)…In doubles. 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 35 (15-20) 2007: 103 (7-15) 2009: 98 (10-23) 2006: 103 (2-7) 2008: 64 (11-15) 2005: 160 (6-8) 2004: 86 (5-10) 2003: 199 (3-1) 2002: 194 (0-0) 2001:T598 (2-1) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $547. 116 . Wimbledon. Chinese Taipei Height: 5’11” (1. his best ATP World Tour result was the 3rd RD in Toronto* (l. Montcourt)…Has an 18-12 career Davis Cup record (13-7 in singles). No. 6-2 (doubles). posted biggest win of his career over No. 7 Roddick 9-7 in fifth set. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 7-3) AUS.80m) Residence: Taipei. 33 in Nov. Doubles Finalist: Chennai(w/Tipsarevic). who is a computer engineer…His parents are in business…Aspires to be the first Chinese to reach the Top 10…Favorite surface is hard courts…Wife. 6 Murray en route to 3rd RD (l. Chinese Taipei Weight: 163 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 61-100 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. reached Chennai final (w/Tipsarevic)… Missed October’s Asian games with back injury. CAREER IN REVIEW The top player from Chinese Taipei has finished in Top 100 in past three years and four overall in his career… Most of his success during his 10-year career has come in Challenger level tournaments with a 231-106 match record and is 13-14 in finals…His 13 titles is second among active players. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). to Djokovic) in July…First Asian player to reach QF at Wimbledon since Shuzo Matsuoka at in ‘95…Also QF in Johannesburg in February (l. won Athens Challenger (d. turned in his first of two ATP QF results in San Jose (later in Indianapolis)…Reached four straight Challenger finals from mid-April to May 25… Afterwards improved ranking from No. only behind Daniel (14)…In ’04. 10-9 (doubles) Challenger: 18-4 (singles).YEN-HSUN LU (TPE) Birthdate: August 14. Mayer). 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 86 (January 31. Matches won-lost: ATP: 15-20 (singles). 24 (d. Top 10: 3-10 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 33 (November 1. 4. 86 with a 37-11 Challenger record and three titles…In next three years. to Melzer) at Beijing Olympics…In October. Chien Chung-wen (married Dec. 109 to No. 1…Compiled a 15-20 match record on tour and 18-4 in Challengers with two titles…Best Grand Slam result was QFs at Wimbledon (d.620. Basel(w/Tipsarevic). Schuettler) in April and runner-up at Busan Challenger in May (l. he said he’d likely be back in school studying…Has one older brother. to Kohlschreiber) and won second Challenger title in Seoul on Oct.

25. South Africa in ‘03. PORTUGUESE IN TOP 100 Rui Machado is one of the three Portuguese players to finish in the Top 100 in the history of the Top 100 South African Airways ATP Rankings (since 1973): PLAYER Frederico Gil Nuno Marques Rui Machado RANKING No. to Andreev)…Earned a career-high $112. to Dolgopolov) in February…His best ATP World Tour result came in May on home soil in Estoril where he reached QF (l.468 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 2010 YEAR-END HIGH No. Portugal Weight: 143 (64kg) Career Win-Loss: 15-20 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $373. mother. Delgado) in October…Finished season with a SF and two QFs during Latin American clay court circuit…Reached final in Meknes (l. Gonzalez) and US Open (l. David. and qualified into Grand Slam tournaments at Roland Garros (d. Del Bonis) in April and in Asuncion (d. 0-1 (doubles) Challenger: 44-20 (singles). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-3) ROLAND GARROS US OPEN CAREER 1-1 1-2 09 08 2ND — 1ST 2ND PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six after parents brought him a tennis racquet from a trip to the United States… Speaks Portuguese. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 93 (6-3) 2009: 124 (3-5) 2008: 165 (3-3) 2007: 791 (0-2) 2006: 521 (1-1) 2005: 296 (2-4) 2004: 459 (0-1) 2003: 479 (0-1) 2002: T899 (0-0) 2001:T1007 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $112. 66 No. Spanish and English…Father. to F.COM 117 . Singles Quarterfinalist: Estoril. 1984 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Faro. Vliegen. l. to Koellerer)…In ‘08. 2009 Sept. 8. is a kindergarten teacher…Brother David is also a businessman…Favorite surfaces are clay and outdoor hard courts…Considers forehand his best shot and favorite tournaments are Roland Garros and Estoril…Idol growing up was Stefan Edberg…Currently trains in Lisbon and Barcelona…Hobbies are surfing the internet and following the financial markets…Would be a businessman if he weren’t a tennis player…Best memory was to play his first Grand Slam main draw at 2008 US Open…Trainer is Rui Leal and coached by countrymen Bernardo Mota and Paulo Figueiredo. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 186 (November 1. is a businessman. Munoz-de la Nava).RUI MACHADO (POR) Birthdate: April 10. Daniel. CAREER IN REVIEW The Lisbon resident has compiled his best pro results in Challenger and Futures level tournaments…He has a 93-62 career match record and is 4-1 in Challenger finals along with 111-67 match total and 7-5 in Futures finals…In ‘09.78m) Residence: Lisbon. 69 (2009) No. Top 10: 0-0 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 89 (November 8. 1995 Nov. 86 No. 92 (1995) No. 89 DATE May 25. captured Challenger titles at Meknes (d. 2010 IN REVIEW Finished as Portuguese No. first of his career. made his Grand Slam debut by qualifying into main draw and defeating de Voest before losing to No. l.742. to countryman Gil)…Also qualified and won a round in Costa do Sauipe (d. 93 (2010) ATPWORLDTOUR.742. Rosa. 18-17 (doubles). 13 Verdasco in five sets…Has a 9-13 career Davis Cup record (9-12 in singles) in 17 ties and made his debut vs. Marrero) and Athens (d. 1 and in Top 100 for first time in his career…Compiled his best results on Challenger level with 44-20 match record and two clay titles. Napoli (d. Portugal Height: 5'10" (1. Matches won-lost: ATP: 6-3 (singles).

to Querrey)…Had a 22-23 overall match record with an 11-16 mark on hard. Novak)…Suffered right wrist injury in ‘07 after winning ATP singles and doubles titles in two of his first three tournaments. Top 10: 14-30 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 19 (August 12. Quarterfinalist: Houston. to Baghdatis)…Reached QFs in Houston. 8-3 on grass and 3-4 on clay. Florida. l. 1999 – Delray Beach(CL).025. Delray Beach(H). qualified into first ATP event in Philadelphia and lost to No. ROLAND GARROS: Champion . Rochus) 10 — 1ST — — — 2ND — 1ST 09 — — — — — — — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 33-53) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 7-7 MIAMI 6-9 MONTE CARLO 1-6 ROME 3-3 MADRID 1-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 6-7 CINCINNATI 4-7 PARIS 4-6 08 2ND 3RD 1ST — — — — — 06 3RD 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST QF 1ST 1ST 05 1ST 2ND 2ND — — 3RD 1ST 1ST 04 2ND 3RD 1ST — 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 03 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST — 1ST 2ND — 02 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD 2ND 1ST 3RD 2ND 01 — — — — — 1ST 2ND 3RD 00 — 2ND — — — — — — 99 3RD 1ST — — — — 1ST — PERSONAL At age 13. 2004) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 60 (22-23) 2007: 109 (10-4) 2004: 47 (23-26) 2001: 33 (38-23) 1998: 161 (8-7) 2009: 94 (4-5) 2006: 37 (31-24) 2003: 56 (18-21) 2000: 127 (7-7) 1997: 847 (0-0) 2008: 162 (9-12) 2005: 48 (22-20) 2002: 25 (32-23) 1999: 142 (12-10) 1996: 815 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $389. USA Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 236-205 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4. Washington. 8 Berdych. reached two ATP finals and three SFs…In '04. Delray Beach(H). CAREER TITLES (3): 2007 – Chennai(H). to Stakhovsky) and Washington (d. 0-2 (doubles). CAREER IN REVIEW The Belgian finished in Top 50 for five of six years…Year-end best No. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 11-12) AUS. Atlanta(CL). Koubek) and Delray Beach (d. to Nalbandian)…First Belgian to finish in Top 25…Has a 3-8 finals record and won first title in Delray Beach in '05 (d. advanced to first final (l. 118 . Rochus) at Roland Garros…In '98. Rochus) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY* CAREER 1-2 04 RR (w/O. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 5-9 12-8 14-10 17-10 10 1ST 2ND 3RD 1ST 09 2ND — 1ST — 08 1ST — 2ND — 07 1ST — — 2ND 06 2ND 1ST 2ND 3RD 05 1ST 2ND 2ND 4TH 04 1ST 4TH 4TH 1ST 03 3RD 3RD 1ST 4TH 02 2ND 4TH SF 3RD 01 — 3RD 2ND 4TH 00 — — — 2ND 99 — 1ST 1ST 3RD DOUBLES (1-0 in Finals). 2005 – Delray Beach(H). Atlanta.2004 (w/O. Atlanta.XAVIER MALISSE (BEL) Birthdate: July 19. 2 Nadal. Belgium Height: 6’1” (1. 2001 – Delray Beach(H). Matches won-lost: ATP: 22-23 (singles).239. Lyon(IC). 1980 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Kortrijk. 182 in '08 but returned to Top 100 in '09…31-10 match record in Challengers and 2/4 in finals…In '06. Metz. O. London / Queen’s Club. made choice to play tennis over football…Older brother Olivier is a lawyer in Belgium…Likes to play basketball. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). Pölten(CL). 2002) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 28 (June 7.065 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/8 Career Win-Loss vs. FINALIST (8): 2006 – Adelaide(H). 6 Blake)… Became first player to do so twice in a season since Kafelnikov in ‘96…Slipped to No. Queen’s Club and Metz…Best Grand Slam showing was 3rd RD at Wimbledon (l. FINALIST (1). Doubles Semifinalist: Johannesburg(w/Darcis). 25 in ‘02 with Grand Slam-best SF at Wimbledon (l. became first Belgian doubles Grand Slam champion (w. 2004 – St. in Chennai (d.85m) Residence: Sarasota. 2010 IN REVIEW The top Belgian finished in Top 100 for eighth time in 10 years and Top 60 for first time since ‘06…Best results were SFs at ‘s-Hertogenbosch (l. 4-6 (doubles) Challenger: 3-3 (singles). to Novak) and jumped from 361 to No. 1998 – Mexico City(CL). enjoys water-skiing and jet-skiing…Began playing golf in 1997 and is a single-digit handicap… Entered Nick Bollettieri Academy in 1997 and trains there part of season…Trains with Maxime Braeckman. Singles Semifinalist: ‘s-Hertogenbosch. 1 Sampras 7-5 in third set…In Mexico City. No. 179…Reached QF at Wimbledon Juniors and 3rd RD at Roland Garros juniors in ‘97…Has a 12-10 career Davis Cup record (12-6 in singles) in 13 ties. No. No.

who has played 10 Futures events between 2006-10. FRENCHMEN IN TOP 100 In 2010. Lacko. joining 10 other Frenchmen in the year-end South African Airways ATP Rankings Top 100. 2-4 (doubles). Julien.039. admired fellow left-hander Marcelo Rios…Enjoys playing on all surfaces and does not have a favorite surface…Considers volley as best shot…Says best place he enjoys playing in is in his home country…Fan of Paris St. reached a career-high No. The French contingent: RANKING No. Brieuc Challenger (l. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 83 (2-4) 2009: 180 (0-4) 2008: 131 (3-3) 2007: 367 (0-0) 2006: 444 (0-0) 2005: 913 (0-0) 2004:T1097 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $148. compiling a 28-12 match record while going 2-2 in finals…In August reached three finals in a four week span. teaches tennis. to Bohli). Top 10: 0-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 88 (September 14. Thomas and Morgan. Darcis)…Qualified for his last ATP event in Montpellier (d. Germain soccer team…Favorite actors are Jean Dujardin.COM 119 . to Ouanna)…Closed season with first Challenger title at Jersey. Florent. Adrian Mannarino had his first Top 100 season. 23 No. in Recanti (l. 44 No. Lopez) in August…Qualified at Wimbledon and lost to countryman Gicquel in his debut…In ’06-07. Iris…While growing up. Great Britain (d. France Weight: 145 (65kg) Residence: Soizy. has three older brothers. Annie. CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman has compiled his best results on Challenger and Futures level tournaments. to Ouanna) in April and at Segovia Challenger (l. with a 70-48 match record and 3-5 mark in Challenger finals while putting together an 101-54 match total and 6-5 in Futures finals…His best ATP World Tour result came in ‘08 when he qualified in Metz in his second career event and advanced to SFs without dropping a set before falling to countryman Mathieu in two tie-breaks…Following week reached final at Rennes Challenger (l.039. to Isner)…Earned a career-high $148. 13 No. 12 No. 88 on Sept. 97 PLAYER Gael Monfils Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Michael Llodra Richard Gasquet Gilles Simon Julien Benneteau Jeremy Chardy Florent Serra Arnaud Clement Adrian Mannarino Paul-Henri Mathieu ATPWORLDTOUR. Only Spain. Riba in five sets. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-0) AUS. had a 2-2 Futures finals mark in each season. 45 No. l. one younger sister. Jamel Debbouze and Thomas Ngijol…Coached by father. is a former school teacher. to Gimeno-Traver) and winner in Istanbul (d. 29 No. 83…Compiled his best results in Challengers. A. Matches won-lost: ATP: 2-4 (singles). 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 362 (November 26. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-1 CAREER 0-1 10 — — — 2ND 08 1ST 09 1ST 1ST 1ST — 08 — 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 0-1) PARIS PERSONAL Began playing at age five…Father.797 Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 1988 Height: 6’0” (1. Beck)…In ’09.ADRIAN MANNARINO (FRA) Turned Pro: 2005 Birthdate: June 29.83m) Birthplace: Soizy. 2010 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished in Top 100 for first time in his career at a year-end best No. l. had more. to Verdasco)…In October. 78 No. won title at Mons Challenger (d. to F. Kukushkin)… Qualified for his first Grand Slam at US Open. mother. 83 No. 0-1 (doubles) Challenger: 28-12 (singles). France Plays: Left-handed Career Win-Loss: 5-11 Two-handed backhand Career Prize Money: $406. 41 No. reaching second round (d. with 14. 14…Reached final at St. Segovia (l. Florent. 69 No.

Acapulco. playing cards and enjoying a glass of sweet wine…Idols growing up were Andre Agassi. 2009). Austria Weight: 172 (78kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 129-96 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. won first in Bucharest (w/Mertinak)…Also runner-up in Casablanca (w/Kubot)…In ’06. (w/Kubot) 120 . Semifinalist: Rome*. 11 individually while earning a career-high $326. 82 in singles in August ‘06 and stopped playing singles full-time after ’08 season…Since concentrating solely on doubles.383 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 8/6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 82 (August 7. has captured seven titles over past three years. 6 in ATP Doubles Team Rankings (w/Kubot) and No. to Cuevas-Granollers) and closed with title in Acapulco (d. to Schwank-Zeballos)…In October. Valencia. Finalist: Costa do Sauipe. advanced to third SF in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 play in Shanghai* (l. All w/Kubot unless noted.130.395. Roger Federer and countryman Thomas Muster…Favorite surfaces are clay and slow hard courts…Considers his forehand as best shot… Best moment of his career so far is reaching SFs at Australian Open in 2009 and qualifying for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London…Coached by Panamanian wife Jessie Marach (married Juy 4. to Fyrstenberg-Matkowski)…Finished No. Matches won-lost: ATP: 38-26 (doubles) Challenger: 0-1 (doubles). Austria Height: 6’1” (1. followed up with QFs in Stuttgart and Sopot…In doubles. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-3) AUS. claimed second ATP World Tour title in Acapulco (w/Mertinak)…Won four Challengers (w/Kubot)… In ’07. 2010 IN REVIEW The Austrian doubles specialist teamed with Kubot to win two ATP World Tour titles in three finals and qualify for their second straight Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London where they went 1-2 in round robin play… They jumped off to a career-best 14-3 start in first two months of action.OLIVER MARACH (AUT) Birthdate: July 16. is a housewife…Has one older sister. Michaela…Hobbies include meeting up with friends. won Rimini Challenger singles title…In doubles. won title in Santiago (d. Pete Sampras. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-1 CAREER 3-3 06 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 10 RR 05 1ST — — — 09 RR 02 — 1ST — — BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six…Nicknamed Oli by friends and family…Father. in Pörtschach and Kitzbühel (w/Suk) and in Båstad (w/Kas)…Has a 3-0 career singles record in Davis Cup play in two ties. Cincinnati*. mother. made breakthrough year on ATP World Tour that earned him his first-ever Top 100 ranking before finishing a year-end best No. to Bryans)…Closed clay court circuit with QF at Roland Garros (l.85m) Residence: Graz. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 8 (October 18. 111…Posted a personal-best 13 ATP level match wins (13-16) and also compiled a 13-8 Challenger record with one title (Rome)…Reached first ATP QF at Pörtschach. to Bhupathi-Mirnyi)…In final Grand Slam event at US Open. 1980 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Graz. Starace-Zeballos) followed with runnerup in Costa do Sauipe (l. reached three ATP finals. Munich(w/Ventura). Belgrade and Vienna…Qualified for season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London and went 2-1 in round robin play…In ’08. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). reached QFs (l. Hans-Karl. Hildegard.130. works for an electronic planning company. Vienna. 2010) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 11 (38-26) 2009: 13 (46-27) 2008: 76 (8-10) 2007: 48 (14-10) 2006: 40 (21-17) 2005: 160 (0-1) 2004: 206 (0-0) 2003: 453 (0-0) 2002: 163 (0-3) 2001: 253 (1-1) 1998: 798 (0-0) 2000: 261 (1-1) 1999: 826 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $326. including personal-best three in ’09 with Kubot…Won 41 matches while capturing titles in Casablanca. Doubles Winner: Santiago. Fognini-Starace)…Did not win back-to-back matches again until May at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome* where they reached SFs (l. CAREER IN REVIEW The Austrian reached a career-high No.In February. Shanghai*. FINALIST (6). reaching three straight finals during Latin American clay court circuit…. to Nestor-Zimonjic)…Then lost in 1st RD at Wimbledon…Took a break before returning together in August in Cincinnati* they advanced to SFs (l.

there have been five Ukrainians to reach the Top 100 since 1990: PLAYER CAREER HIGH Andrei Medvedev No. l. Quarterfinalist: Zagreb.COM DATE May 16. to Istomin) in June…In October. including Illya Marchenko. 31 Alexandr Dolgopolov No. to Tsonga) in February and in Eastbourne (l. 1991 121 . CAREER IN REVIEW The Ukrainian has worked his way up to ATP World Tour with success in Challengers and Futures level tournaments…Has a 47-40 career Challenger record and is 49-23 in Futures…Has an 1-3 mark in finals in both…In ‘09. Petersburg. Golubev and Korolev before falling to Tipsarevic…Captured his first Challenger title in Istanbul (d. Kravchuk and Becker before losing to eventual champion Kukushkin in St. 1-1 (doubles) Challenger: 2-2 (singles) . reached first Challenger final at Bukhara (l. Igor. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 403 (October 13. 2010 June 10. Ukraine Weight: 172 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 24-26 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $484. 2010 July 19. 1994 Sept. qualified and advanced to SF with wins over Istomin. to Kukushkin) and Astana Challengers (l. Overall. Marseille. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-1 0-1 1-0 0-1 10 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 10 2ND 1ST 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 1-3) CAREER MIAMI 1-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 PARIS 0-1 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age seven…Father. 2010 July 19. to Golubev)…Qualified into his first ATP World Tour event in Marseille (l. Moya.288.85m) Residence: Donetsk. a record three players form Ukraine finished in the Top 100 South African Airways ATP Rankings. Top 10: 0-2 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 67 (July 19. to Davydenko) and continued with QF in Marseille (l. 27. a manager and former ice skater who took part in the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics…Admired Lleyton Hewitt growing up and now Roger Federer…Goal is to rank in top 20…Favorite surface is hard and best shot is his backhand…Likes computer games.288. UKRANIANS IN TOP 100 In 2010. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. Ukraine Height: 6’1” (1. in only his second ATP tournament in Moscow. music (rock) and movies (Bruce Willis)…Coached by Orest Tereschuk since July 2009 and Frenchman Pier Gauthier since March 2010. 67 Dimitri Poliakov No. Vassili and mother Anna are both engineers…Has one older brother. 1987 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Dneprodzerzhinsk. Matches won-lost: ATP: 18-21 (singles). to Istomin) and SF in two other Challengers…Made Davis Cup debut vs. 3 Ukrainian (behind Stakhovsky. 39 Illya Marchenko No. to Zverev)…In '08.571 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 81 (18-21) 2009: 120 (5-5) 2008: 222 (1-0) 2007: 510 (0-0) 2006: 446 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $306.ILLYA MARCHENKO (UKR) Birthdate: September 8. Portugal and won dead rubber…In '06. 93 ATPWORLDTOUR. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-0) AUS. 4 Sergiy Stakhovsky No. won title and reached final in back-to-back Futures events in Nigeria…Has a 3-3 career Davis Cup singles record in five ties. F. Mayerand runnerup at Penza (l. Dolgopolov) finished in Top 100 for first time highlighted by second career ATP World Tour SF…Won personal-high 18 ATP level matches…Qualified in his first Grand Slam event at Australian Open (d. defeated Istomin. Petersburg SF…Earned a career high $306. Singles Semifinalist: St. Eastbourne.

4-2 (doubles). No. Montanes) and Gstaad (d. 2007 – Moscow(IH). Aude…From 1997-2000 trained at Nick Bollettieri Academy in Bradenton. Patrick. mother.179 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/4 Career Win-Loss vs. beat Kuerten to win titles in back-to-back weeks…First Frenchman to do that since Leconte in ‘86…Underwent arthroscopic surgeries on both knees in ‘97 and ‘98. Russia’s Youzhny)…Earned a career-high $699. Top 10: 10-47 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 12 (April 7. highlighted by a yearend best No. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 103 (September 15. Seppi) while posting a personal-best 46 match wins…Reached a career-high No. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 97 (11-20) 2007: 25 (46-24) 2004: 121 (10-11) 2001: 147 (0-2) 1998:T1342 (0-0) 2009: 33 (28-29) 2006: 55 (23-28) 2003: 83 (16-23) 2000: 272 (2-3) 2008: 32 (32-28) 2005: 47 (28-29) 2002: 36 (23-16) 1999:512 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $392. 2003 – Palermo(CL). before moving back to Paris…Admired Boris Becker growing up…Favorite surfaces are hard and clay. Doubles Finalist: Hamburg(w/Chardy). Lyon(IC). became lone qualifier during season to win an ATP title (d. defeating Robredo in three sets…Has a 4-8 career Davis Cup singles record in six ties and lost fifth and decisive rubber in ’02 final (vs. losing to Cañas 8-6 in fifth set (in 5:04)…In ’04. FINALIST (1).85m) Residence: Geneva. Rufin. to Tursunov)…Also QF at Beijing Olympics (l. France Height: 6’1” (1. to Federer).899. to Nadal)…Reached 3rd RD for first time at US Open (d. 122 . 2002 – Moscow(IC). Gstaad(CL). to Gonzalez)…In ’05. CAREER IN REVIEW The Strasbourg native finished in Top 50 four out of five years from ‘05-09 (except ’06). l. to eventual winner Nadal)…Reached Roland Garros 3rd RD. who is a coach in Strasbourg…Father.202. 1982 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Strasbourg. reached Wimbledon 4th RD (l. 12 on Apr. reached first ATP Masters 1000 SF in Montreal* (d. Hewitt. 25 in ’07 when he won titles in Casablanca (d. Switzerland Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 219-213 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4. Fla. improved over 100 ranking positions to win Newcomer of the Year…In Long Island. 2008 – Metz(IH). missing several months…Captured Roland Garros junior title in ‘00. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). ’08 and was runner-up in Metz (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 11-20 (singles). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 6-9) AUS. 7. l.PAUL-HENRI MATHIEU (FRA) Birthdate: January 12. is a dentist. Schalken) and following week in Lyon.770 in ’07. 2010 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished in Top 100 for sixth straight year and for eighth time in past nine years (except ‘04)… After a 2-9 start through May. Yveline. 5 Roddick in 1st RD. CAREER TITLES (4): 2007 – Casablanca(CL). FINALIST (4): 2009 – Hamburg(CL). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 7-6 14-9 10-8 6-9 10 — 1ST 4TH 3RD 10 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 2ND — — 09 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST 09 3RD 3RD 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 3RD 1ST 1ST 08 4TH 4TH 3RD 2ND 08 3RD 4TH 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST — 1ST 07 1ST 3RD 4TH 1ST 07 3RD 4TH 1ST — 3RD 3RD 1ST — 1ST 06 4TH 3RD 1ST 2ND 06 3RD 1ST 2ND 2ND — 1ST 1ST — 3RD 05 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 05 4TH 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST SF 2ND — 3RD 04 — — — 3RD 04 — — — — — — — — 1ST 03 — 1ST 1ST 1ST 03 — 1ST 1ST 1ST — 2ND 2ND — 1ST 02 1ST 4TH 2ND 1ST 01 — 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 42-58) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 10-6 MIAMI 7-7 MONTE CARLO 1-7 ROME 2-6 MADRID 2-5 TORONTO/MONTREAL 8-7 CINCINNATI 5-7 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 4-7 PERSONAL Full name is Paul-Henri Mathieu…Nicknamed “Paulo”…Began playing tennis at age three and a half with his older brother Pierre-Yves. retired in 1st RD match in Chennai due to left wrist injury and returned six months later in July…In ’02. posted three-set 2nd RD win over Sampras and last player to beat 14-time Grand Slam champion in his career…In Moscow. is a housewife…Also has one older sister.

4 in ATP Doubles Team Ranking and No.MARCIN MATKOWSKI (POL) Birthdate: January 15. to Cermak-Mertinak). including three on Asian circuit…Finalists in Kuala Lumpur (l. 82 ATPWORLDTOUR.568. 11. 2009 (w/Fyrstenberg). CAREER IN REVIEW The Polish doubles specialist has collected 11 ATP World Tour doubles titles (in 29 finals) with fellow countryman Mariusz Fyrstenberg since ‘03…They won two ATP World Tour doubles title from ‘07-09 and their biggest title came at ’08 Madrid* (d.2010. Zbigniew. Finalist .COM DATE April 9. 2000) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 10 (October 11. 11. 3 Lukasz Kubot No. to Melzer-Paes)…Continued strong play in Europe with runner-up in Vienna (l. ’08-10) and their best Grand Slam results are a SF appearance at Australian Open in ‘06 and QFs at ’09 Australian Open. Barclays ATP World Tour Finals(all w/Fyrstenberg). 27. last coming in ’08…They have an overall 233-172 doubles record…They have reached year-end championship four times (‘06. to Bryans)…In October they advanced to four straight finals. 2010 Oct. to Bryans) and Shanghai* (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 38-28 (doubles). Beijing. FINALIST (18).640. Vienna. PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age eight…Father.990 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 11/18 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 647 (September 11. Marcin Matkowski reached a career-high No.640. 7 Mariusz Fyrstenberg No. 2010 Oct. Semifinalist: Miami*. and Roland Garros and US Open in ’10… Member of Polish Davis Cup team and has a 22-9 career record (15-4 in doubles) in 23 ties. to Bhupathi-Mirnyi)…They got off to a slow start (15-14) through first week of June before capturing their lone ATP World Tour title of season in Eastbourne (d. Shanghai*. Doubles Winner: Eastbourne. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (11). 2010 123 . to Nestor-Zimonjic)…Their finals streak ended with 1st RD loss in Valencia…Finished No.88m) Residence: Szczecin. 10 Marcin Matkowski No. POLES IN TOP 100 DOUBLES In 2010.2008 (w/Fyrstenberg). Jolanta…Has one younger sister Dominika… Speaks Polish and English…Went to college at UCLA from 2001-03 before turning pro…Enjoys going to movies and reading books. BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 10 9 08 06 6-8 SF RR SF RR (all w/Fyrstenberg) ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* DOUBLES (1-3 in finals). Beijing (l. 2010 IN REVIEW The Polish native teamed with countryman Fyrstenberg to qualify for their fourth season-ending championship in past five years (except ’07)…Reached SFs at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (l. 1981 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Barlinek. 81 Mateusz Kowalczyk No. Poland Height: 6’2” (1. Finalist: Kuala Lumpur. MADRID: Champion . mother. Bhupathi-Knowles)…They have won four titles on home soil in Warsaw. SHANGHAI: Finalist . especially by Grisham. Fleming-Skupski) prior to Wimbledon…They struggled in their next six tournaments with a 26 mark until getting to US Open where they reached QFs (l.2007 (w/Fyrstenberg). 10 in the ATP Doubles Rankings. Five of the six Polish players to rank in the Top 100 in doubles reached a career-high ranking in 2010: PLAYER CAREER HIGH Wojtek Fibak No. Poland Weight: 182 (82kg) Career Win-Loss: 238-186 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. 1979 Sept. 12 individually…Earned a career-high $361. 2010 July 19. Clancy and Brown…His idol growing up was Pete Sampras and says hard courts are his favorite surface…Considers his serve and forehand as best part of his game. Barcelona. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 12 (38-28) 2007: 23(36-26) 2004: 52 (23-19) 2001: 292 (0-2) 1998: 765 (0-0) 2009: 17(35-29) 2006: 17 (43-32) 2003: 97 (5-1) 2000: 659 (0-0) 2008: T15(38-27) 2005: 52 (19-19) 2002: 204 (1-1) 1999:1282 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $361. 10 Tomasz Bednarek No. 2010 July 19.

6 Davydenko)…Won both of his matches in Davis Cup playoff tie vs. and his mother. 3 Davydenko in 2nd RD in Halle…In ’06. 34 Kohlschreiber) finished in Top 50 for first time since ‘04 and won 23 matches (most since ’06) and went 15-2 in Challengers…Reached 3rd RD at Australian Open and QF in Rotterdam while also claiming Challenger titles in Noumea and Sunrise…Also reached 3rd RD at Wimbledon…Returned to clay and advanced to QF in Stuttgart and SF in Hamburg…Claimed singles win against South Africa to help his country remain in Davis Cup World Group…Late in season reached 3rd RD in Shanghai* and final in Stockholm (l. Ferreira and J. Thailand. to Federer)…Compiled marks of 13-13 on hard and 8-4 on clay…Earned a career-high $513. Germany Height: 6’3” (1. 35 in ‘04…In ’09. No. 2006 – Sopot(CL). to Monfils)… Best ATP Masters 1000 result was 4th RD in Miami…Helped lead his country to its fourth ATP World Team Championship title…In ’04. advanced to QF with wins over Arthurs. Sabine. to No. Michael…Idolized Boris Becker and Pete Sampras as a child…Trained as a junior with the German Tennis Federation…Turned professional at age 17 after completing school…A football fan. 2004) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 128 (July 11. 124 .955. is a teacher. highlighted by win over No. made ranking jump of 283 positions from previous season as he compiled a 43-16 Challenger match record and won two titles in five finals…In ’08. Semifinalist: Hamburg. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-3) AUS. Matches won-lost: ATP: 23-18 (singles).327. made four ATP QF appearances. Coria in SF.FLORIAN MAYER (GER) Birthdate: October 5. his favorite team is Bayern Munich…Trains at Tennis Base in Oberhaching outside Munich…Coached by countryman Tobias Summerer (since October 2009). CAREER FINALIST (3): 2010 – Stockholm(IH). 27 and advanced to first ATP SF in Estoril (l. Bernd. climbing over 200 ranking positions from previous year… Reached career-high No.91m) Residence: Bayreuth. Germany Weight: 180 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 112-124 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2. played until May before a finger injury sidelined him for rest of season…Played last tournament in Casablanca…Underwent surgery on second finger on his left hand in mid-June…In ’07. Doubles Semifinalist: Beijing(w/Lu). 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 37 (23-18) 2009: 61 (3-6) 2008: 344 (2-10) 2007: 2006: 2005: 55 (18-25) 2004: 35 (19-19) 2001:T874 (0-0) 57 (26-21) 2003: 254 (0-0) 75 (21-25) 2002: 476 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $513. achieved a career-high 26 match wins with runner-up in Sopot for second straight year (l. lifting Germany back into World Group in 2007…In ’05. Singles Finalist: Stockholm. made one of biggest jumps in Top 50. advanced to first ATP World Tour final in Sopot (d. CAREER IN REVIEW The German has finished in Top 75 for six of past seven years (except ’08). 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Bayreuth. Top 10: 6-22 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 33 (September 27.064 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/3 Career Win-Loss vs. l. Quarterfinalist: Stuttgart. to Grosjean)…Named ATP Newcomer of the Year…Has a 4-3 Davis Cup singles record in four ties. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. Nieminen. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 7-7 1-4 10-5 2-5 CAREER 2-5 6-5 1-2 0-2 0-1 0-2 3-2 10 3RD — 3RD 1ST 10 1ST 2ND — — — 1ST 3RD 09 2ND — — — 09 — — — — — — 2ND 08 1ST — — — 08 1ST 1ST — — — — — 07 3RD 1ST 2ND 1ST 07 2ND 3RD 1ST — — 1ST — 06 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND 06 2ND 1ST — — — — — 05 1ST 1ST 3RD 1ST 05 1ST 4TH 2ND 1ST — — — 04 2ND 2ND QF 2ND 04 — — — 1ST 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 15-23) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE CARLO ROME MADRID CINCINNATI SHANGHAI PERSONAL Began playing at age five…Nicknamed “Flo”…His father. to Chela)…In Wimbledon debut. Johansson (l. 2005 – Sopot(CL). 33 on Sept.955. highlighted by year-end best No. 3 Coria. is a shop manager…Has one younger brother. 3-10 (doubles) Challenger: 15-2 (singles). 2-1 (doubles). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). 2 German (behind No.

Bellucci.LEONARDO MAYER (ARG) Birthdate: May 15. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 88 (July 5. 189…In ’06. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-2) AUS. his best Grand Slam result… In doubles. 2010 IN REVIEW The Argentine finished in Top 100 for second straight year and reached a career-high No. reaching a careerhigh No. advanced to QFs or better in four Challengers.542 in ’09. 13-7 (doubles) Challenger: 3-1 (singles). to eventual winner Sweeting). including a final in Puebla (l. to Kendrick)…One of top juniors in world in 2005. captured five titles in ’05. l.969. advanced to first ATP World Tour final in San Jose (w/Becker). to Hanescu)…Finished with 26-22 Challenger record and in Top 200 for first time at No. most likely a goalkeeper…Coached by former ATP pro Emiliano Redondi. mother. 5…Reached QF at US Open (d. to Cilic)…His best ATP World Tour result came in Nice in May when he advanced to SFs (d. 0-1 (doubles). Bellucci) and Puebla (d.to Verdasco)… Also QF in Sydney (l. l .88m) Residence: Buenos Aires. CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine made Top 100 breakthrough for the first time in ‘09 at year-end best No. 1987 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Corrientes. Considers clay as favorite surface and forehand as strength…Favorite hobby is playing football…Lists Maradonna as the most inspirational person in his life…If he wasn’t a tennis player he would be a football player. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-1 3-2 1-2 1-2 10 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 10 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 09 — 2ND 2ND 2ND 09 — — — — 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 2-6) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 0-1 MIAMI 0-1 ROME 0-1 MADRID 1-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-2 PERSONAL Full name is Leonardo Martin Mayer…Nicknamed Leo…Began playing tennis at age nine…Father. to Benneteau) and Delray Beach (l. including Roland Garros and Orange Bowl (both w/Massa)…Has a 1-3 career Davis Cup record (1-2 in singles) in three ties…Earned a careerhigh $323. ATPWORLDTOUR. Argentina Height: 6’2” (1. Argentina Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 31-40 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $808. Delray Beach. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Singles Semifinalist: Nice. qualified and beat Gremelmayr before losing in next round to Melzer…In ’07. Orlando. captured Challenger titles at Cuenca (d. 51 on June 7 after his Grand Slam best 3rd RD showing at Roland Garros (l. works in a bank. 2 ranking in June before finishing No.153 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. finished just outside Top 100 at No. to Ball)…Also QF on three different surfaces in Acapulco (clay). Semifinalist: Delray Beach(w/Becker). Veronica…. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 94 (13-21) 2007: 189 (0-0) 2009: 75 (17-18) 2006: 292 (0-0) 2008: 102 (1-1) 2005: 718 (0-0) 2004:T1339 (0-0) 2003:T1405 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $315. Top 10: 0-6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 51 (June 7.COM 125 . Estela. is a teacher…Has two brothers Gabriel and Walter. Matches won-lost: ATP: 13-21 (singles). to eventual champion Gulbis)…Closed season with an eight-match losing streak after Roland Garros to finish season…Did not play after 1st RD exit at US Open due to back injury…In doubles. 102 with 44-21 Challenger match record and one title in four finals…In his ATP World Tour debut in Kitzbühel. 75…He won a personalhigh 17 matches and advanced to first ATP World Tour SF in Los Angeles (l. Doubles Finalist: San Jose(w/Becker). Olenjniczak) and reached final at Graz (l. Eastbourne (grass) and New Haven (hard)…In ’08. one sister. Querrey. Quarterfinalist: Sydney.

126 . 70 highlighted by his maiden ATP World Tour title in Delray Beach…En route to title he defeated top three seeds of Spadea (F). 2005) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 118 (July 11. Brazil Weight: 161 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 50-71 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1. 112 at year-end…His best ATP result that year was SF on home soil in Costa do Sauipe and QF in Los Angeles…From ‘05-09 did not finish in Top 100 until resurgence in ‘10…Has played well throughout his career in Challengers with a 220-145 match record.143. 50 on July 25 before slipping to No.834. Ito)…Went 7-11 in ATP World Tour level tournaments with highlights a 2nd RD US Open appearance (l. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-3 0-3 0-2 4-3 10 — 1ST 1ST 2ND 10 2ND 1ST — — — 06 1ST — — — 09 — 1ST — — — 05 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 07 — 2ND — — — 04 1ST 1ST — 3RD 05 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 04 — 2ND — — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 5-10) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-2 MIAMI 3-5 ROME 0-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-1 CINCINNATI 0-1 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six at Equestrian Club of Campinas with local pros…Campinas is a cultural city. 2 Brazilian (behind No. CAREER TITLES (1): 2004 – Delray Beach(H). 8-6 (doubles). won a personal-high 16 matches on ATP World Tour and reached career-best No.75m) Residence: Campinas. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-1) AUS. to Ferrero) and qualifying for back-to-back ATP Masters 1000 stops in Indian Wells* and Miami*. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. 0-1 (doubles) Challenger: 28-8 (singles). including 12-8 in finals…Earned his first ATP ranking point in ‘96 at age 15 (as a wildcard) by playing in his hometown Challenger in Campinas. one hour drive from Sao Paulo…Nicknamed “Papagayo. Brazil Height: 5’9” (1. Singles Semifinalist: Costa do Sauipe. Alves)…Also reached finals in Campos do Jordano (l.721 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs.” which means parrott in English…The nickname was given to him by his close friends because he doesn’t talk much (very reserved)… Younger brother Henrique played briefly at Futures level and reached career-high No.673 in ’05. 861 in 2002…They have played doubles together in couple of events…Considers hard courts his favorite surface…Coached by Carlos Albano since 2008. Fish (2nd RD) and Ancic (SF)…His best Grand Slam came at US Open (prior to Delray Beach) as a qualifier and reaching 3rd RD (l. van der Merwe) and Curibita (l. Top 10: 0-10 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 50 (July 25.RICARDO MELLO (BRA) Birthdate: December 21. Schwank) and Salvador (d. 31 Bellucci) finished in Top 100 for first time in six years…Compiled his best results on Challenger level (28-8 record) with a pair of titles in Sao Paulo (d. to Haas)…In ’05. Matches won-lost: ATP: 7-11 (singles). 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 76 (7-11) 2007: 251 (5-7) 2004: 70 (11-8) 2001: 149 (2-1) 1998:T1085 (0-0) 2009: 151 (0-3) 2006: 133 (4-9) 2003: 138 (5-8) 2000: 309 (0-0) 1997:T1343 (0-0) 2008: 199 (0-0) 2005: 112 (16-23) 2002: 134 (0-1) 1999:460 (0-0) 1996:T1294 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $171. Meffert) along with SF in Brasilia (l. losing to Kuerten in 1st RD…Has an 8-5 Davis Cup career singles record in nine ties…Earned career-high $257. CAREER IN REVIEW The Brazilian broke into Top 100 in ‘04 when he finished a year-end best No. 1980 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Campinas.

CAREER TITLES (3): 2006 – Bucharest(CL). a Grand Slam-best SF result at Roland Garros (d. Matches won-lost: ATP: 51-25 (singles). Top 10: 11-44 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 11 (November 15. Shanghai*. 11) and doubles (No. Shanghai*(w/Paes).2010 (w/Petzschner). who finished No. is a saleswoman…Has one younger brother. Rudolf. Bangkok. 2005 – St. mother. to Nadal) and personal-high 51 match wins…Played in most combined matches (130)…Also won first Grand Slam doubles title (w/Petzschner) and qualified for season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London…Only player to finish in Top 15 in singles (No. Bayern Munich and Austria Wien. Pölten(CL). Madrid*. l. snapping a streak of 20 straight Slams played (missed seven weeks)…In ’06. l.2010 (w/Paes). FINALIST (7): 2003 – Newport(G). Stuttgart. Semifinalist: Brisbane(w/Petzschner). PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age nine…Father. highlighted by a repeat title in hometown of Vienna (d. Stuttgart(w/Kohlmann). 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 11 (51-25) 2007: 60 (23-25) 2004: 39 (27-27) 2001: 167 (1-1) 1998:T1190 (0-0) 2009: 28 (36-29) 2006: 41 (33-26) 2003: 79 (14-20) 2000: 370 (0-5) 2008: 34 (30-26) 2005: 54 (26-26) 2002: 90 (10-11) 1999:465 (1-1) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $2.788. Semifinalist: Zagreb. Wimbledon(w/Petzschner). Pless) in ‘99…Has a 22-28 career Davis Cup record (14-19 in singles) in 22 ties since ‘99. FINALIST (13). 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 6 (September 13. Volandri)…In ’05. 1981 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Vienna. Rotterdam. 8)…Advanced to QFs or better 13 times…Runner-up in Hamburg (l. Umag. Dubai. Metz(IH). Roland Garros.JURGEN MELZER (AUT) Birthdate: May 22. 1 Nadal. won first title in Bucharest (d. SHANGHAI: Champion . Petersburg (w/Knowle)…In ’04. Michael Stich and Patrick Rafter…Hobbies include watching favorite football teams. 2010 – Vienna(IH). Michaela. Singles Winner: Vienna. 434 in 2010…Speaks German.037. Finalist: Bangkok(w/Erlich).83m) Residence: Vienna.084. Quarterfinalist: Auckland. reached first final in Newport (l. 10 in ATP Doubles Team Rankings…Earned a career-high $2. 2008 – Kitzbühel(CL). Djokovic in QF. HaiderMaurer). to Monaco)…Won doubles title in Zagreb (w/Petzschner) and finished No. to Ginepri)…Captured Wimbledon junior title (d.437 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/7 Career Win-Loss vs. suffered a left wrist injury in Halle and withdrew from Wimbledon. CAREER IN REVIEW The Austrian has nine straight Top 100 seasons.037. 30-23 (doubles). Finalist: Hamburg. 2009 – Vienna(IH). 2006 – Houston(CL). Paris*. finished as top Austrian for first time…Reached first ATP Masters 1000 QFs in Hamburg* and Toronto*…In ’03. won first doubles title in St. 2007 – Las Vegas(H). 2010 IN REVIEW The top Austrian finished in Top 20 for first time. Doubles Winner: Zagreb. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (9). CAREER 8-8 13-8 10-9 11-9 10 1ST SF 4TH 4TH 09 3RD 3RD 3RD 2ND 09 3RD 2ND 1ST 3RD 2ND 1ST 2ND 3RD — 08 2ND 3RD 3RD 3RD 07 2ND 2ND — 2ND 07 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD — 1ST 06 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 06 1ST 1ST — — — — — — — 05 3RD 3RD 3RD 1ST 04 3RD 2ND 1ST 3RD 04 1ST 3RD — — — QF 1ST — 3RD 03 1ST 1ST 2ND 2ND 02 — — 1ST 2ND 00 — — 1ST — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 37-45) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 4-7 MIAMI 4-7 MONTE CARLO 1-4 ROME 2-4 MADRID 5-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL 3-5 CINCINNATI 4-5 SHANGHAI 5-2 PARIS 4-3 10 4TH 3RD 2ND 1ST QF 1ST 2ND QF QF 08 2ND 2ND — — — — — — — 05 3RD 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST — — BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 1-2 10 RR (w/Petzschner) DOUBLES (1-0 in finals). 2010 – Hamburg(CL). to Golubev)…Reached Shanghai* QF (d. ATPWORLDTOUR. and playing golf…Voted Sportsman of Year in Austria in 2010… Fitness trainer is Jan Velthuis and coached by former ATP pro Joakim Nystrom. English and French…Childhood idols were Stefan Edberg. WIMBLEDON: Champion . is a businessman and former mayor of Deutsch-Wagram. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 12-10) AUS. Austria Weight: 178 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 252-222 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $5. Gerald. No.COM 127 .084. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN DOUBLES (1-0 in finals). Austria Height: 6’0” (1. including five of last seven in Top 50…Is 3-7 in finals…In ’07.

. and son Demid (born Nov. Belarus Height: 6’5” (1. detailing Max’s life and tennis stories throughout his career…In May 2004. 7…Teamed with Bhupathi for first time since ‘04 and reached final at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (l. reached three straight finals in Valencia (l. 1. 2003 (w/Federer).2006 (w/Bjorkman). his father released a book entitled. 05-07 w/Bjorkman. Ram). final in Cincinnati* (l. Mixed Champion .2003 (w/Bhupathi). is a senior basketball player at Univ. STUTTGART: Champion .232. to Agassi)…In doubles.2003 (w/Bhupahti).847 that year…Won Tennis Masters Cup title in Shanghai in ‘06 (w/Bjorkman)…Has an overall 37-34 ATP Doubles record and has won titles with 14 different partners…Member of Belarussian Davis Cup team since ‘94 with 50-29 career record (24-18 in singles) in 40 ties…Has most match wins and most ties played in country’s history. 2000 (w/Hewitt). 2006. Mixed Champion . 28. Barclays ATP World Tour FinalsLondon.2006. N. to Nestor-Zimonjic)…They were 1-5 in finals. ROLAND GARROS: Champion . to Murray-Murray). 2002 (w/ Federer). ROME: Champion . 23 in ‘03 at 40-28 with lone ATP singles title in Rotterdam (d. 2009)…Coached by father. CAREER TITLES (1): 2003 – Rotterdam(IH). Nestor-Zimonjic)…Reached SF in Toronto*.2010. was voted to a four-year term as vice-president of Belarus Tennis Federation…In February 2004. Nottingham(G). Cincinnati*. PERSONAL Full name is Maxim Nilolaevich Mirnyi…Nicknamed “The Beast” by former ATP pro Alex Reichel for his size and fearless play…Began playing at age six…Went to Brooklyn. CINCINNATI: Champion . 2002 (w/Bhupathi). Melashka “Melanie” (born Dec. Ram.238.2010 (w/Bhupathi). MIAMI: Champion . 1985). Finalist . MONTREAL/TORONTO: Champion-2003 (w/Bhupathi). MADRID: Champion . USA/ Minsk. New Haven(all w/Bhupathi). HAMBURG: Champion .2010. Finalist — 2009 (w/A. 128 . Sluiter)…Best Grand Slam singles result was QF at US Open in ‘02 (l. Ram) to improve title streak to 12 straight years before closing with runner-up in season finale in London. Williams). 2003 (w/Bhupathi). Valencia. 1998 (w/S. Knowles-A. named UN AIDS Ambassador for Belarus…In September 2003. was a competitive swimmer…In November 2001. INDIAN WELLS: Finalist .2002 (w/Bhupathi). CAREER IN REVIEW The Belarusian finished in Top 100 singles rankings for eight consecutive years from ‘99-06 with year-end best No.” which means “Peaceful Tennis” in Russian. 2005 (w/Bjorkman). Matches won-lost: ATP: 32-21 (doubles) Challenger: 0-1 (doubles). 2010 IN REVIEW The Belarus native finished in Top 10 in doubles for first time in four years at No.949 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 37/34 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 18 (August 18. 10.2003 (w/Bhupathi). Tatiana. Xenia (nicknamed Ksusha) and married July 10. Finalist .1998 (w/S. who was on the Russian national junior volleyball team in mid-1960s. Ram). Timothy (born Sept. Finalist: Miami*. 2007). daughters.2002 (w/Bhupathi). Peter (born Aug.2009 (w/A. 2004 in Minsk. “Mirnyi Tennis.10 w/Bhupathi) 06 05 WON RR 04 RR 03 RR ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* DOUBLES (15-10 in finals).2009 (w/A. in March 1992 to train at IMG-Bollettieri Tennis Academy…Also spends part of year in his native Minsk…Brother. after an epic Davis Cup win over Russia.2001(w/Stolle).894. has earned four Grand Slam titles — two each at Roland Garros and US Open…Reached No. US OPEN: Champion . Monte Carlo*.96m) Residence: Bradenton. 2010 (w/Bhupathi). 2005 (w/Bjorkman). of Maine at Machias…Step-brother. Finalist . to Dlouhy-Paes)…Also runner-up in Monte-Carlo* (Bhupathi retired with left leg injury in second set of final vs.2005 (w/Bjorkman). 1 in doubles in June ‘03 and earned a career-high $1. Finalist . 2003) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (June 9. Semifinalist: Toronto*. 16. 2001 – ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Stuttgart(IH). 2004 (w/Bjorkman). Paris* (d. 03-04. received highest State Honorary Title for his achievements in sports by Belarus president A. Belarus president awarded him with highest government title “Orden Otechestva”…Wife.2006.2004 (w/Bhupathi).2000 (w/Kulti). WIMBLEDON: Finalist . Florida. Nikolai. FINALIST (3): 2005 – Memphis(IH).2006. Fla.Y. 15. Williams). MONTE CARLO: Champion . to Bryan-Bryan) and SF in New Haven…In November.MAX MIRNYI (BLR) Birthdate: July 6. Lukashenko…In November 2002. Belarus Weight: 205 (92kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 509-259 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $8. Finalist . in 1991 before moving to Bradenton. Ram). PARIS: Champion . reaching three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title matches…Started 1-4 before advancing to final in Miami* (l. 2004) and Petra (born Mar. 2000)…Mother. 2005 (w/Bjorkman). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (37). 1977 Turned Pro: 1996 Birthplace: Minsk. 2003) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 7 (32-21) 2009: 11 (27-19) 2008: 32 (25-20) 2007: 16 (31-22) 2006: 3 (57-14) 2005: 4 (53-17) 2004: 10 (38-22) 2003: 1 (65-19) 2002: 3 (54-19) 2001: 2000: 1999: 11 (38-20) 9 (40-22) 32 (29-12) 1998: 125 (7-13) 1995: 314 (1-0) 1997: 85 (11-16) 1996: 167 (1-3) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $408. DOUBLES (4-4 in finals). GRAND SLAM HISTORY BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 14-13 10 09 07 RUP RUP RR (09 w/A. Doubles Winner: Paris*.2007 (w/Azarenka). FINALIST (34).2007 (w/Bjorkman). Finalist . AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Finalist . 2005 (w/Bjorkman).

Båstad(CL). including 28 on clay (second to Nadal’s 31)…Also advanced to a Grand Slam-best 4th RD at Roland Garros (l. Finalist: Santiago. Mara. Semifinalist: Buenos Aires. Cristina. FINALIST (2). Doubles Semifinalist: Santiago(w/Arnold Ker). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-4) AUS. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 41 (January 5.JUAN MONACO (ARG) Birthdate: March 29.COM 129 . 2008 – Viña del Mar(CL). 21 to a career-high No. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 26 (30-20) 2007: 2009: 30 (36-26) 2006: 2008: 47 (28-20) 2005: 23 (41-19) 2004: 72 (16-13) 2001: 791 (0-0) 70 (18-23) 2003: 319 (0-0) 88 (17-25) 2002: 605 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $761. 2009 – Buenos Aires(CL). falling to Ferrero both times…Played on winning ATP World Team Championship team…Played through clay season with left wrist injury until Roland Garros.472. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 5-6 7-7 0-3 3-7 CAREER 5-4 6-7 4-3 6-5 6-4 2-2 4-2 3-4 10 3RD 1ST — 1ST 10 QF 3RD 2ND 2ND 3RD 1ST SF 2ND 09 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 09 — 2ND 3RD QF 3RD — 1ST 2ND 08 3RD 1ST — 1ST 08 3RD 3RD 2ND 2ND 1ST — — 2ND 07 1ST 4TH 1ST 4TH 07 1ST 2ND — — 3RD 3RD — 1ST 06 2ND 3RD — 1ST 06 — 1ST — 1ST — — — — 05 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 05 2ND 1ST — 2ND — — — — 04 — 2ND — 1ST 04 — 3RD — — — — — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 41-35) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE CARLO ROME MADRID CINCINNATI SHANGHAI PARIS PERSONAL Started playing at age six…Father. then sidelined for nearly three months before returning in Cincinnati*…Lost five straight matches before SF in Shanghai and QF in Valencia…Went 16-9 on clay and 14-11 on hard…Earned a career high $761. ATPWORLDTOUR. Andres…Enjoys spending time at home in Tandil with family and friends…Fellow ATP players Mariano Zabaleta. CAREER TITLES (3): 2007 – Buenos Aires(CL). Hector.309. Quarterfinalist: Indian Wells*. 1984 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Tandil. Kitzbühel(CL). with final in Santiago (l. Juan Martin del Potro and Diego Junqueira also originate from Tandil…Enjoys playing football…Favorite sports to follow are football and basketball…Favorite teams are Estudiantes de la Plata and the San Antonio Spurs…Favorite football players are Chelo Carrusca and Jose “el Principe” Sosa…In the NBA. to Bellucci) and back-to-back SFs in Buenos Aires and Acapulco. including a year-end best No. to Puerta)…Has a 2-4 Davis Cup singles record in five ties. reached first ATP final in Casablanca (l. Shanghai*. 2010 IN REVIEW The top Argentine finished in Top 30 for third time in four years. is a businessman…Mother. Pörtschach(CL). is an architect…Has one sister.309. Bucharest(CL). highlighted by 10th career final…Advanced to QFs or better six times and reached his first ATP Masters 1000 SF in Shanghai* (l. Argentina Height: 6’1” (1. Top 10: 9-28 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 14 (February 4. 14 on Feb. he’s a fan of Emanuel Ginobili…Favorite surface is clay…Grew up idolizing Andre Agassi and countryman Mariano Zabaleta…Also enjoys going to the cinema…Favorite movies are “Gladiator” and “Lord of the Rings” series…Favorite actors are Robert De Niro and Al Pacino…Favorite book is “El Eternauta”…Favorite magazine is “El Grafico”…Favorite TV show is “Los Roldan”. Valencia. Acapulco. Argentina Weight: 169 (76kg) Career Win-Loss: 186-146 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3. to Cañas) and US Open (l.85m) Residence: Buenos Aires. to Djokovic)…Reached three finals in ‘09 and two in ’08…At Viña del Mar. and brother. Pörtschach(CL). Matches won-lost: ATP: 30-20 (singles). 4…In ’05. 10-4 (doubles).736 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/7 Career Win-Loss vs. 23 in ‘07 when he won three titles and personal-high 41 matches. Acapulco(w/Zeballos). FINALIST (7): 2010 – Santiago(CL). CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine has finished in Top 50 for four straight years. 2005 – Casablanca(CL). to Murray)…Was 10-3 on clay in February. sprained his left ankle in doubles final and had to withdraw from next day’s singles final…Went from No. Rome*(w/Cuevas). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2).

Tokyo. Roland Garros and Wimbledon…Has a 4-2 career Davis Cup singles record in five ties. had first ATP Masters 1000 final in Paris* (l.546. Johannesburg. Paris*(IH). Semifinalist: Brisbane. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 7-2) AUS.93m) Residence: Trelex.GAEL MONFILS (FRA) Birthdate: September 1. CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman has six straight Top 50 seasons and is 3-10 in finals…In ’09. to Almagro)…Spent 14 weeks in Top 10…Injuries included right wrist (at Aust Open). Tokyo(H).842. also had right foot injury. including runner-ups at Paris* for second straight year (d.989 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/10 Career Win-Loss vs. Murray. Stuttgart (ret. Nice. Paris*.303. Montanes w/right ankle injury) and Tokyo (l. defeating Tipsarevic in opener before losing to Djokovic…Reached SFs or better six times and was 1-3 in finals. Madrid*. reached Grand Slam best SF at Roland Garros (l. to Soderling). vs. Finalist: Stuttgart. Mayer) and runner-up in Metz and Lyon…Junior No. Top 10: 18-32 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 9 (March 2. Matches won-lost: ATP: 46-20 (singles). Sylvette. US Open. Daryl…Considers Arthur Ashe his favorite player…If he didn’t play tennis he would play basketball…Fan of NBA’s Detroit Pistons and favorite basketball player is Carmelo Anthony… Best friends are countrymen Josselin Ouana.546. Paris*(IH). 2008 – Vienna(IH). Singles Winner: Montpellier. Doubles Semifinalist: Montpellier(w/Ouanna). Valencia. 1986 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Paris. left knee (before Roland Garros). Marseille. 9 on Mar. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 193 (November 1. 5-10 (doubles). Ljubicic)…Missed two months from March to May with left hand injury…Reached QF at US Open (l. to Nadal)…Was 36-14 on hard and 8-4 on clay…Earned a career-high $1. 130 . 2010 IN REVIEW The top Frenchman finished in Top 15 for third straight year with personal-high 46 match wins…Helped France to Davis Cup final (l. Switzerland Weight: 177 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 187-209 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4. 23. to Nadal)…Won title in Montpellier (d. reached career-high No. Verdasco. Quarterfinalist: Rotterdam. Rufin. stress fracture in left foot and sprained right ankle in Madrid*…In ’05. France Height: 6’4” (1. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 12 (46-20) 2007: 2009: 13 (42-19) 2006: 2008: 14 (30-17) 2005: 38 (21-21) 2004: 231 (3-2) 46 (20-19) 2003: T947 (0-0) 31 (25-22) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1. l.303. comes from island of Guadeloupe and is agent for France Telecom…Mother. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Paterne Mamata…Coached by Australian Roger Rasheed (since July 2008). climbed 200 ranking spots and named Newcomer of the Year…Won first title in Sopot (d. Lyon(IC). to Djokovic)…Broke Top 10 on Feb. 2 with final in Acapulco (l. 3-2 to Serbia). 1 in ‘04 with titles at Australian Open. 2007 – Pörtschach(CL). 2005 – Metz(IH). CAREER TITLES (3): )2010 – Montpellier(IH). a former football player. Federer. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 8-5 15-6 6-4 11-5 10 3RD 2ND 3RD QF 10 2ND — — — QF 3RD 1ST 2ND RUP 09 4TH QF — 4TH 09 2ND 4TH 1ST — — 2ND 1ST 3RD 08 — SF — 4TH 07 3RD 3RD 3RD — 07 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST — — — — — 06 1ST 4TH 1ST 2ND 06 3RD 2ND 1ST SF 1ST — 2ND — 1ST 05 2ND 1ST 3RD 1ST 05 2ND 4TH 1ST — 1ST — 3RD — — 04 — — — — — — — — 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 40-38) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 2-6 MIAMI 6-5 MONTE CARLO 2-5 ROME 4-2 MADRID 6-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL 3-3 CINCINNATI 4-5 SHANGHAI 3-2 PARIS 10-5 08 1ST 2ND 3RD — QF 1ST 2ND — RUP 3RD PERSONAL Full name Gael Sebastien Monfils…Nicknamed “Lamonf”…Father. FINALIST (10): 2010 – Stuttgart(CL). comes from island of Martinique and is a nurse…Has one younger brother. left wrist (at Queen’s)…In ‘08. 2009 – Metz(IH). 2005 – Sopot(CL. 2006 – Doha(H). to Federer) and finished in Top 20 for first time…Missed two months with right knee injury…Withdrew from Wimbledon with right shoulder injury…In ’07. 2009 – Acapulco(CL). retired with back injury in Queen’s QF.

to Verdasco). Semifinalist: Auckland. CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has finished in Top 50 for four straight years and owns a 5-4 career mark in ATP World Tour finals…Has won five straight finals since starting off with an 0-4 record in title matches…In ‘09. won clay titles in Estoril (d. repeated title in Estoril (d. Bucharest(CL).579. saving two match points) and Bucharest (d. runner-up in Acapulco (l. 2008 – Amersfoort(CL). including a personal-best 4th RD at US Open (l. 1980 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Sant Carles de la Rapita. FINALIST (4). 2010 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished a year-end best No. Matches won-lost: ATP: 37-24 (singles). techno music. Monaco) and collected 24 match wins for third straight year…In ’08. Montpellier. reached fourth ATP final in Casablanca (l. 25 highlighted by a pair of ATP World Tour titles for second straight season…Also won a personal-high 37 matches and overall reached SFs or better six times. 1 Federer in SF. Jonathan. CAREER TITLES (5): 2010 – Estoril(CL). Doubles Winner: Doha(w/Garcia-Lopez).405 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/4 Career Win-Loss vs. Bucharest. Spain Weight: 155 (70kg) Career Win-Loss: 180-194 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3. he advanced to 3rd RD or better at all four events.COM 131 . Darcis) and won first doubles title in Casablanca (w/Ventura)…In ’07. Spain Height: 5’9” (1.ALBERT MOÑTANES (ESP) Birthdate: November 26.838. ATPWORLDTOUR. Quarterfinalist: Monte Carlo*. No. Fran…Enjoys watching rally car racing and football (favorite team is FC Barcelona)…Enjoys action movies. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-1) AUS. Montpellier-first indoor)…In May. and one younger brother. 9-19 (doubles) Challenger: 1-1 (singles). to Mathieu) to finish in Top 50 for first time…In ’06. Stuttgart. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 3-9 12-9 6-9 4-9 CAREER 2-3 4-7 6-4 4-5 0-4 0-1 1-3 10 3RD 3RD 3RD 4TH 10 3RD 2ND QF 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 09 1ST 1ST 3RD 1ST 09 2ND 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST — 2ND 08 1ST 2ND 2ND 1ST 08 1ST 2ND — — 1ST — — 07 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 07 — 1ST — 2ND 1ST — 1ST 06 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 06 — 2ND — — — — — 05 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 05 — — 2ND 1ST — — — 04 1ST — 2ND 1ST 03 — 1ST — — — — — 03 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 02 — 2ND 1ST 3RD — — — 02 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 01 — 3RD — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 20-29) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID SHANGHAI PARIS PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six at club de tenis San Carles de la Rapita…Father. mother. broke through to earn his first ATP title in Amersfoort (d. including two on hard courts (Auckland. Juan Francisco. is a house wife…Has one older brother.75m) Residence: Barcelona. Monfils) in July…In Grand Slam play. Blake. d. going out with friends on holidays…His favorite surface is clay and considers his forehand as best shot…Coached by Narcis Pelach (since September 2008). to Nadal)…In ’04. Gil) and Stuttgart (d. 2005 – Acapulco(CL). Gstaad. reached four QFs on clay and advanced to 3rd RD at Roland Garros for third time (’01-02)…In ’05. to Soderling)…One of five Spaniards to win at least two titles during year and eight overall…Was 22-12 on clay and 13-11 on hard while earning a career-high $888. a petroleum company. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 73 (July 23. 2004 – Valencia(CL). Buenos Aires. finalist in Valencia (l.579. is a supervisor of REPSOL. Elodia. FINALIST (4): 2007 – Casablanca(CL). Stuttgart(CL). 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 25 (37-24) 2007: 46 (24-24) 2004: 95 (11-17) 2001: 65 (12-8) 1998:T793 (0-0) 2009: 31 (24-21) 2006: 86 (11-18) 2003: 81 (10-16) 2000: 175 (0-0) 2008: 46 (24-23) 2005: 74 (10-19) 2002: 80 (17-24) 1999: 289 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $888. Top 10: 5-25 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 22 (August 2. Singles Winner: Estoril. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). 2009 – Estoril(CL). 2001 – Bucharest(CL).

to Santoro)…In ’06. Stockholm. FINALIST (7).931 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 6/7 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 57 (October 10.2009 (w/D. Petersburg…Doubles finalist in Delray Beach (w/Haggard)…In ’04. 12 in singles and No. 8 in doubles in 1998…Considers serve and volley best part of his game…Wife. 30. Matches won-lost: ATP: 37-28 (doubles). Bryans. 4 in doubles rankings in 1999 as a junior and reached NCAA semifinals…Inducted into Boise State Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007…At Auburn-Montgomery he finished at No. 1979 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Durban. to MelzerPetzschner)… During summer. to Nestor-Zimonjic)…On grass.WESLEY MOODIE (RSA) Birthdate: February 14. daughter. Roland Garros. South Africa Weight: 200 (90kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 167-125 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2. Ancic in F. winning title in Estoril and reaching finals in Doha and ATP Masters 1000 Paris*…Sidelined with a knee injury for three summer months…In ’07. Bryans)…In ’09. 2009) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 14 (37-28) 2007: 2009: 10 (41-24) 2006: 2008: 14(28-16) 2005: 61(17-11) 2004: 167 (6-7) 47(17-19) 2003: 176 (3-3) 24 (17-14) 2002: 192 (0-1) 2001: 202 (0-0)1998:1388(0-0) 2000: 279 (0-0) 1999: — (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $297. Norman). at Queen’s (w/Youzhny) and ‘s-Hertogenbosch (w/Norman)…Runner-up at Roland Garros (w/Norman)… In ’08.saved two M. 63 in ’05) before concentrating on doubles in ‘08…Reached a career-high No. 6 in ATP Doubles Team Rankings (w/Coetzee).96m) Residence: Durban. CAREER TITLES (1): 2005 – Tokyo(H).2008 (w/Coetzee) PERSONAL Full name is Wesley Arthur Moodie…Nicknamed “Wes”…Began playing tennis at age six…Father. is a professor. they reached final four in Gstaad and Cincinnati* and QFs at US Open…Also reached SFs in Metz and Stockholm…Finished No. ‘05 after capturing his lone ATP World Tour singles crown in Tokyo (d Nieminin in SF-saved four M. 2005) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 8 (August 3. 10 in doubles and won a personal-high 41 matches with a pair of grass court titles. is an administrator at Natal University in Durban…Has two older brothers. CAREER IN REVIEW The South African finished in Top 100 in singles twice (No.. Danica Jade (born Nov. advanced to singles QFs in Washington and St. Wimbledon. who is a minister in South Africa…Looked up to Stefan Edberg while growing up…Likes going to beach and playing guitar…Enjoys watching international cricket and rugby…Most memorable experience was winning Wimbledon doubles title (w/Huss) in 2005…Likes to play on grass and indoors…Played two years at Auburn-Montgomery in Alabama from 1997-98 before transferring to Boise State University in Idaho where he played for two years from 1999-2000…Received Associate of Arts degree…Earned collegiate All-American honors all four years of college…Led Boise State to Big West conference title and finished No. finished a year-end best No. 2006). ROLAND GARROS: Finalist . ‘05 w/ Huss) ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* DOUBLES (0-1 in finals).2005 (w/Huss) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 3-6 10 RR 08 RR 05 RR (‘10 w/ Norman ‘08 w/ Coetzee. 82 in ’03. mother. finished No. 2010 IN REVIEW The Durban native teamed with Norman to qualify for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals where they went 1-2 in round robin play…Reached seven SFs but no finals…Spent first three months with other partners…They reunited in April at Monte Carlo* where they reached SFs (l. reached first ATP QF in Los Angeles…Has an 18-7 career Davis Cup record (14-5 in singles) in 15 ties since ‘02…Earned a career-high $538. ‘s-Hertogenbosch(w/Norman). (all w/Norman). Marcia (married Dec. WIMBLEDON: Champion . No. Paris: Finalist . advanced to SF in Newport (l. Gstaad.)…Also claimed his biggest doubles title that year at Wimbledon (w/Huss) and became first team to win title as qualifiers (d. 57 in singles on Oct. Keith. who is a graphic designer in London. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). l. 6. won titles in Adelaide and Valencia (w/Perry)…In singles. d. Margaret. 10. 7 in ATP Doubles Team Ranking and No. had SFs in 's-Hertogenbosch and Wimbledon (d.355. and Brian. South Africa Height: 6’5” (1. Metz.P. to Nestor-Zimonjic)…Reached SF at Roland Garros (l. Tony. Semifinalist: Monte Carlo*.489 in ’05. Doubles Finalist: Houston(w/Huss).P. 132 . GRAND SLAM HISTORY DOUBLES (1-1 in finals). 14 individually. Cincinnati*.405. 2003).

lost to No. 4 afterwards… Compiled a personal-best 14-match winning streak with two Davis Cup wins vs. Top 10: 42-31 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 2 (August 17. Singles Winner: Toronto*. 1 in SF…Climbed from No. Simon in F). Youzhny). to Federer)…First British man to reach Australian final since John Lloyd in ‘77 and first Briton to advance to at least two Grand Slam finals in 72 years…After struggling in March-April with early exits in Dubai (2nd RD). 15 seed Berdych in 4th RD…In June at Queen's Club in London. 2 on July 18. in Toronto*. Shanghai*. CAREER IN REVIEW The Dunblane native has captured 16 ATP titles. to F. Austria…Won second straight ATP Masters 1000 title in Madrid* (d. Top 10 opponents…In doubles. Scotland Height: 6’3” (1. Nadal in SFs)…At US Open. Indian Wells* (4th RD). Blake)…First British player since Bunny Austin in ‘38 to earn title at Queen’s Club…Did not drop a set. Finalist: Australian Open. Golubev) ATPWORLDTOUR.ANDY MURRAY (GBR) Birthdate: May 15. Los Angeles. Doubles Winner: Valencia(w/Murray). to Federer)…Became first British player to win five titles in a year in Open Era and first Briton to appear in a Grand Slam final since Rusedski at US Open in ‘97…First British player to finish in Top 4 in 36-year history of ATP Rankings…Posted a 35-6 record from Wimbledon through end of season. to Nadal)…Split with coach Miles Maclagan on July 27…In late July took a wild card into Los Angeles and lost to Querrey in final (after holding one match point)…In mid-August. Djokovic)…First British player in tournament’s 25-year history to win title…Had career-best QF run at Roland Garros (l. who also had two titles as a Canadian)…Went 2-1 in round-robin mark at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals… Missed qualifying for SF round since he lost tie-break to del Potro by one game…Finished No 9 in aces with a career-high 575…In ’08. 8 Roddick (F)…Held serve 47 of 50 games throughout tournament…Defeated No. Federer in SF.COM 133 . surpassing Greg Rusedski (13. Federer again)…Closed with QF in Paris* (l. avanced to third QF of season in Madrid*. 2 Federer (SF) and No. Quarterfinalist: Indian Wells*.046. Miami* (2nd RD). 4 for a third straight season. including six ATP Masters 1000 crowns in his career…Owns most titles in Open Era by a British man…A two-time Grand Slam finalist (‘08 US Open. 2 Federer in SF for fourth consecutive time since losing to Swiss in ’08 US Open final…Claimed title at Miami* (d. Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. to Ljubicic) and followed with his sixth career ATP Masters 1000 title in Shanghai* and did not drop a set in five matches (d. Madrid*. losing to Ferrer…At Roland Garros. ‘05…Reaggravated a left wrist injury during September Davis Cup tie vs Poland and withdrew from Tokyo and Shanghai*…Returned to action in Valencia and captured his sixth title (d. 6-4 (doubles). handing Nadal his first loss as World No. Petersburg (d. 2 on Aug. ’10 Australian Open. becaming first British man to win 14 titles in Open Era. only lost serve twice in tournament…Reached SF at Wimbledon (l. 7-5 win over Federer in final…Became first player to win back-to-back Canadian titles since Agassi in ‘94-95…En route he became fifth different player to defeat Federer and Nadal in same tournament (d.91m) Residence: London. 17 (held for four weeks)…Highest-ranked British player in ATP history (since 1973) and first player besides Federer and Nadal in top two since Hewitt was No. l. 1 Nadal in Rotterdam final to capture his 10th title…In March. picked up fourth ATP World Tour Masters 1000 trophy in Montreal* to rise to a career-high No. won five ATP World Tour titles (second to Nadal’s eight) and reached his first Grand Slam final at US Open (l. Djokovic)… Runner-up at US Open. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 89 (April 2. Djokovic. Monte-Carlo* (2nd RD) and Rome* (3rd RD). lost to Fish in 3rd RD but followed with SF at Wimbledon for second year in a row (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 46-18 (singles). Cincinnati*. 3 for four weeks)… Began campaign at Australian Open where he advanced to his first final with win over Nadal in QF (retired with knee injury) dropping only one set en route to final (l. led ATP World Tour with six titles and . to Nadal)…Beat No.805. 6 to No. teamed with brother Jamie to win first ATP title in Valencia. 6-2 on grass and 6-4 on clay and went 7-5 vs.857 match winning percentage (66-11 record)…Reached QFs or better in 13 of 18 tournaments and posted a personal-best 14-6 mark against Top 10 opponents…Defended his title in Doha with back-to-back wins over No. highlighted by a pair of ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles and his second Grand Slam runner-up effort…He ranked in Top four all but five weeks during season (No. Wawrinka. repeated crown in St. l. to Nadal) then won first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title in Cincinnati* (d. 1 Nadal in a third set tie-break…Compiled marks of 34-12 on hard. England Weight: 185 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 267-94 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $13. Semifinalist: Wimbledon. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 2009: 2008: 4 (46-18) 4 (66-11) 4 (58-16) 2007: 2006: 2005: 11 (43-14) 2004: 514 (0-0) 17 (40-25) 2003: 546 (0-0) 65 (14-10) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $4. Paris*. defended title with a 7-5.967. lost to Wawrinka in 3rd RD in four hour match…Returned in October and reached QFs in Beijing (l. Gonzalez)…Won first career grass title at Queen’s (d. reached final at Indian Wells* (l.298 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 16/8 Career Win-Loss vs. reaching QF or better in eight of nine tournaments…Was 23-3 after US Open…Advanced to SF at Toronto* (d. to Federer both times)…In ’09. 2010 IN REVIEW The Scotsman finished No. to Roddick)… Became ninth different British male to reach SF since abolishment of Challenge Round in ‘22…In August. to Monfils) and SF at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London where he lost to No. 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Dunblane. Beijing.

421. is a former Scottish national coach and father. l. climbed into Top 50 for first time at No. 2009 – Doha(H). Croatia…Finalist at Metz (l. Shanghai*(H). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 12-5 9-4 19-5 17-6 CAREER 7-4 10 RUP 4TH SF 3RD 10 SF 10 QF 2ND 2ND 3RD QF 09 4TH QF SF 4TH 09 RR 09 08 1ST 3RD QF RUP 07 4TH — — 3RD 06 1ST 1ST 4TH 4TH 05 — — 3RD 2ND BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY 08 SF 08 06 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD SF QF — 3RD 05 — — — — — — 2ND — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 93-38) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 15-5 MIAMI 10-4 MONTE-CARLO 5-4 ROME 2-5 MADRID 13-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL18-3 CINCINNATI 14-5 SHANGHAI 5-0 PARIS 8-5 07 SF SF SF 3RD — 2ND 2ND 1ST QF WON 3RD WON WON SF 2ND QF SF WON 1ST WON — — — QF 3RD QF QF RUP 4TH WON 2ND PERSONAL Full name is Andrew Murray…Began playing at age three…Mother. 4 Roddick in SF. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). St. captured title in St.057 in ’09. Marseille(IH). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 10-5) AUS. to Gasquet) and QF at Cincinnati* (d. No. 2009 vs. l. 11 Hewitt in a third set tiebreak…Saved two match points against Hewitt to become youngest player to capture an ATP title during year. defeating countryman Henman in 1st RD in third set tie-break…Won US Open junior title (d. “Entourage” and favorite actor is Will Ferrell…Played first full men’s singles match with roof closed at Wimbledon on June 29. Stakhovsky) and advanced to doubles SF (w/brother Jamie) in ‘04…Finished No. to Clement). to Nalbandian)…Qualified for first Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai and went undefeated in round robin play before losing to Davydenko in SF…In ’07. Srichaphan in SF. 2005 – Bangkok(IH). London / Queen’s Club(G). Madrid*(IH). to Roddick)…Turned in back-to-back SF showings at Indian Wells* and Miami*…Suffered a back injury in 1st RD doubles match at Monte Carlo* and missed one month…In second outing back at Hamburg*. Karlovic in F) and next week reached SF in Memphis (l. reaching SF or better in five of first six events…Runner-up in Doha…Defended title in San Jose (d. physiotherapist Andy Ireland. Judy. falling to Wawrinka in straight sets…Won doubles rubber in that tie (w/Rusedski). Wawrinka…Works with fitness trainers Matt Little and Jez Green. 8 in June…Jumped off to a 23-5 start through March. William is a Retail Area Manager…Has one older brother Jamie (born Feb. SF in Newport (l. reaching No. 1 Federer)…Reached QF in Basel. Cincinnati*(H). winning at 18 years. defeating No. Petersburg (d. Miami*(H). injured his right wrist while leading Volandri 5-1 and was forced to retire…Sidelined for nearly three months before coming back at Montreal*… Was 16-4 after US Open…Led Great Britain into ‘08 Davis Cup World Group by winning both singles matches vs. 13. final in Washington (l. 65…First teen from Great Britain to finish in year-end Top 100 since Buster Mottram in ‘74…Became youngest Briton ever to play a Davis Cup tie at 17 years. FINALIST (1). on May 15. to Baghdatis). 2006 – Washington(H). 5 Roddick. Rotterdam(IH). l. who also plays on the ATP circuit…Grew up playing football and tennis and once was offered to play with Glasgow Rangers… His favorite movie is The Girl Next Door and favorite musician is 50 Cent…Based in Barcelona from age 15-17… Considers US Open best place he’s played…Awarded 2004 BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year Award… Twice named LTA’s Young Player of the Year…Favorite surface is clay and considers his serve as best part of his game…Big fan of TV comedy show. No. FINALIST (8): 2010 – Australian Open(H). 9 months of age…Afterwards. made biggest jump of any player in Top 100 from previous year.\. 2008 – Doha(H). l. finished in Top 20 for first time at No. 293 days when teaming with Sherwood to defeat Israel’s Erlich-Ram in March…Made Davis Cup singles debut against Switzerland in World Group playoff. 2007 – Doha(H). Petersburg(IC). 2006 – San Jose(IH). to Roddick)…One of only two players (Nadal) during year to defeat Federer. Montreal*(H). 11 Gonzalez. SF at Toronto* (l. 2008 – US Open(H). to Robredo). No. 3 Roddick in SF and No. 2009 – Indian Wells*(H). Verdasco)…In ’06. CAREER TITLES (16): 2010 – Toronto*(H). Petersburg(IH). ending the Swiss 55-match winning streak in North America…Advanced to 4th RD at US Open (d. finished in Top 15 for first time…Broke Top 10 in April and was there for nine weeks. 1 Federer. No. 17 and was second-youngest player (behind Djokovic) to finish in year-end Top 20… Captured his first title in San Jose in February. went 28-11 after Roland Garros…Reached 4th RD at Wimbledon (d. 2007 – San Jose(IH). Metz(IH). 10 in world junior rankings in ‘04…Has an 11-6 career Davis Cup record (10-1 in singles) in nine ties…Earned a career-high $4. Valencia(IH). 134 . St. 47…After starting off with a 12-14 match record. Los Angeles(H). climbing 449 spots to No. 1986). to Gimelstob). to No. beating Allegro-Federer…Reached first final in Bangkok (d. to Davydenko)…Began working with former Top 10 ATP pro Brad Gilbert in Washington (July 31) and went 19-8 with him…In ’05.and reached QF at Paris* (l.

927) and is 175-7 (.s against Troicki in SFs. 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 2009: 2008: 1 (71-10) 2007: 2 (66-14) 2006: 1 (82-11) 2005: 2 (70-15) 2004: 51 (30-17) 2001: 818 (0-0) 2 (59-12) 2003: 47 (14-11) 2 (79-10) 2002: 235 (1-1) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $10. where he was top seed. London / Queen’s Club.85m) Residence: Manacor. Roland Garros (5). Madrid*) along with Roland Garros for fifth time in six years (d. he won a record-breaking 18th ATP Masters 1000 title when he beat Federer 64 76(5) in Madrid* final…At Roland Garros. Spain Weight: 188 (85kg) Career Win-Loss: 472-101 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $37.RAFAEL NADAL (ESP) Birthdate: June 3. including a 9-2 mark in Grand Slam title matches. Mallorca. which was No. Toronto*.396. at US Open. Czech Republic 5-0)…At Aussie Open. Murray)…Did not return until Indian Wells* in March when he reached back-to-back SFs at Indian Wells* (l. 2. 22-0 on clay and 9-1 on grass along with 22-7 tie-break record…Went 11-5 vs. dropping one set in seven matches…He became third Spaniard after Santana (‘65) and Orantes (‘75) to win US Open title…Second player to win Grand Slam titles on three different surfaces at least twice. Bangkok. Berdych) to become first Spaniard in history to win the Wimbledon title twice…At Toronto* reach SFs (l. held two match points) and followed with a QF at Australian Open where he retired with a right knee injury (vs. Quarterfinalist: Australian Open. Lopez). Miami*. 11 months. Rome*. Singles Winner: Monte Carlo*. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 26 (August 8. 1986 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Manacor. Soderling)…He returned to No. won Australian Open (d. 2 ranking for four years…Despite missing more than two months with knee problems he compiled a 5-3 mark in finals and ranked No. falling to eventual champions in both…Snapped an 11-month title drought in Monte-Carlo*. CAREER IN REVIEW The talented Spaniard is emerging as one of game’s all-time greats in only eight full years on ATP World Tour…Has a 43-13 record in finals. to Federer)…Opened with a runner-up in Doha (l. he defeated Djokovic in four sets in a Monday rain-delayed final to win his first title in Flushing Meadows. becoming first player in Open Era to win a tournament title for six straight years…The 14 games he lost in five matches was fewest he has dropped en route to a title in his career…Two weeks later won fifth title in Rome*…At age 23 years.171. 6-3 (doubles). Tokyo.998. Madrid*. break points saved (69%) and points won returning second serve (55%)…Earned an ATP record $10. and led in second serve points won (60%). beat rival Federer in five sets and countryman Verdasco in SF in a marathon 5:14 battle to become ATPWORLDTOUR. Rome* (5) and Stuttgart (2)…Also owns best clay court record in Open Era with a 203-16 mark (.998.162 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 43/13 Career Win-Loss vs. including his first Grand Slam crown at Roland Garros (d. Matches won-lost: ATP: 71-10 (singles). youngest player in Open Era to win all four Grand Slam titles and first player to win three straight Grand Slam titles in same year since ‘69 when Rod Laver pulled off Grand Slam…He went 22-0 in spring clay court season. Federer) and three ATP Masters 1000 titles (Indian Wells*.961) since ‘05…He is 11-9 in hard court and 3-2 in grass court finals…All-time leader (since ‘90) with 18 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles and owns an 186-38 match record since playing his first event in ’03 Monte-Carlo*…Won career-high and teenage record 11 titles (in 12 finals) in ’05. to Ljubicic in third set TB) and Miami* (l. to eventual champion Murray)…After a QF loss in Cincinnati* (l. Rome*. Semifinalist: Indian Wells*. has been ranked No. 2010 IN REVIEW The Mallorca native finished as ATP World Tour No. Mallorca. Monte-Carlo*. Barcelona (5). to Roddick in three sets). losing twice to Federer . Monfils in F)…His streak of reaching QFs or better in 15 straight tournaments ended in Shanghai* where he lost to Melzer in 3rd RD…Compiled marks of 40-9 on hard. winning three ATP Masters 1000 titles (Monte Carlo*. behind Wilander…Has a 107-1 career record in Grand Slam play after winning first set…In early October. winning at least one crown for last six years (since ‘05)…He is one of seven players in history to win at least nine Grand Slam titles…Has an all-time best 29-2 record in clay court finals. reached SFs in Bangkok (l.COM 135 . Cincinnati*. 1 for first half of season…Helped his country to Davis Cup title for third time in six years (d. to F. Roland Garros. Top 10: 72-38 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (August 18. 1 on June 7 and stayed there rest of season…As of Dec. becoming first player to win a “Clay Slam” in a season. Puerta)… In ’09. Wimbledon. Verdasco) until Barclays ATP World Tour Finals title match (l. to Davydenko.to Baghdatis). Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. Spain Height: 6’1” (1.’07 Hamburg* and ‘09 Madrid*…Has multiple clay court titles in Monte-Carlo* (6). Lopez)…Won second title at Wimbledon (d. Rome*)…Became first player in ATP Rankings history (since 1973) with No. to Garcia-Lopez) and then followed with his seventh title in Tokyo (saved two M. 27. he became second man (after Borg) in history to win five or more Roland Garros titles…Did not drop a set during fortnight…The Spaniard's 24-match winning streak came to an end in QFs at Queen’s (l.P. US Open. 1 for 76 weeks in his career…Opened first three months with a 16-4 mark without a title before winning 55 of his next 61 matches from second week in April at MonteCarlo* (d. Doubles Winner: Indian Wells*(w/M. Finalist: Doha.171. 1 for second time in three years as he wrapped up top ranking after winning his first US Open title…Led ATP World Tour with seven titles in nine finals…He’s won at least five titles for six straight years…Seventh man in history to complete a career Grand Slam. Top 10 opponents…Finished a careerbest in service games won (90%).

Gaudio). only to lose 6-1 in fifth set…In April. won five titles (four over No. 4 Murray)…During clay-court campaign. saved two match pts. 1 Federer in five sets in first ATP Masters 1000 final…Held a two set lead and came within two points of victory in third set. became first left-hander to finish No. became first player to finish No. Gonzalez)…Spent a record 160 straight weeks at No. won back-to-back titles in Båstad (d. to Federer)…Extended Open Era record 62match clay court winning streak. breaking into Top 10 on Apr. ‘08…Advanced to first SF at US Open (l. Coria) and captured only indoor title at Madrid*. captured a teenage record 11 titles. career-high 82 match wins. ‘05 to Aug. Kendrick) before Federer broke in opening game of match…The loss ended his unbeaten streak of 14 consecutive finals won going back to Miami* where he lost a five-set battle to Federer on Apr. reached SF (l. defeated Querrey and Roddick in Davis Cup SF to lead Spain into final…Clinched year-end No. Berdych)…In ’08. ‘08…It was also only his second career loss in a clay final (29-2). Karlovic. Montanes)…In Miami*. to Andreev in QF of Valencia)…In March. 4 Murray…Saved five match points (most in his career) in 4th RD win over Nalbandian en route to Indian Wells* title (d. captured his first ATP Masters 1000 crown in Monte Carlo* (d. won first hard court title (d. Federer) while reaching his first Wimbledon final (l. 7-6(9)…At Roland Garros.first Spaniard to win Australian title…Reached final in Rotterdam and injured his right knee in three-set loss to No. 2 from July 25. 23 Soderling …It was also his first loss in a best-of-five set match on clay in his career (49-1)…As defending champ. 1 ranking on Aug. Djokovic) and Wimbledon. Robredo)…In ’05. Kiefer in F)… Following week in Cincinnati*. which he obtained after earning gold medal at Beijing Olympics (d. rallying from a two-sets deficit for first time in his career in final against Ljubicic to win 7-6 in fifth set…Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in 136 . Martin) and Acapulco (d. including his first Grand Slam crown and four Masters 1000 titles…Became first teenager to finish No. both coming to Federer…In SFs. to Federer)…One of three players to win at least 20 matches on clay and hard courts during year (Davydenko. to Murray)…Later in month. Ferrer) and for first time at Hamburg* (d. 2 on July 25…In Montreal*. No. most in Open Era…Then dropped only three sets en route to becoming youngest back-to-back champion at Roland Garros since Borg in ‘74-75…On grass. Rome)…Was 31-1 on clay and compiled an Open Era record 81-match clay court winning streak with a loss to Federer in Hamburg* final . 1 came to an end on July 6 when Federer took over top ranking…Sidelined for nine weeks before coming back in Montreal* with QF (l. 25…Continued success in Rome* and outlasted Coria in a 5:14 marathon (longest final in Open Era) decided in a fifth set tie-break…Afterwards improved to No. Djokovic)…First player since Borg from ‘78-81 to win at least three straight titles at Roland Garros…Runner-up at Paris* (l. 3. fell to No. 14… Won 400th career match in opening rubber of Davis Cup final (d. had his 31-match winning streak in Paris snapped with a four-set 4th RD loss to No. 2 since Boris Becker in ‘86 and highest year-end ranking ever by a Spaniard (at time)…Won eight of his 11 titles on clay and compiled an ATP-best 50-2 clay court record. ‘05 (l. Agassi)…His 16-match winning streak ended with opening round loss to Berdych in Cincinnati*… Won his 10th title in Beijing (d. Federer)…Lost his only clay match in 2nd RD at Rome* (l. 17. his last loss on clay came on April 8. Robredo)…Did not begin season until mid-February due to left foot injury going back to previous November…Tied Borg with his 16th career teenage title in Rome*. reaching No. to Nalbandian)…Loss in Paris snapped 25-match unbeaten streak in that city…Closed with SF at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai (l.his first-ever loss in a clay final…Prior to that. finishing with 36 consecutive match wins…Won titles in Costa do Sauipe (d. Davydenko) with tendinitis in right knee and withdrew from Tennis Masters Cup and Davis Cup final due to injury…In doubles. 1 Federer) in six finals…First player since Agassi in ‘94-95 to finish season No. Argentina) by winning all three of his matches during year…Advanced to SF or better in all four Grand Slam tournaments for first time in his career…Began year with a 22-6 record in first six tournaments before going 60-5 rest of season…Won titles at Monte Carlo* (d. Barcelona (d. 2 days to win Grand Slam title since Sampras won ‘90 US Open…Also first teenager to win Roland Garros since Chang (17) in ‘89…His 24match winning streak came to an end with 1st RD loss on grass in Halle to Waske…In July. 76(5). 18. retiring with a sore back after two sets against eventual champion Hewitt…Then followed with a runner-up effort at Wimbledon (l.) and Roland Garros (four sets)…He was the only player at the time to have defeated Federer more than once since Swiss superstar took over No. Monte Carlo. surpassing Vilas’ mark of 53 in 1977…In March. due to tendinitis in both knees…His 46-week reign at No. Federer)…Repeated clay court titles with wins over Federer at Monte Carlo* in four sets. reached QF at Queen’s. 3 Djokovic) and reached final in Madrid* (l. to Simon)…Retired in 3rd RD at Paris* (vs. ending his career-best 32-match winning streak…His result guaranteed No. 2 in back-to-back years…Unbeaten on clay (26-0) and repeated his Roland Garros title (d. defeating five-time champ Federer in a 4:48 marathon (9-7 in fifth set) in longest final at All England Club…Became first Spaniard to capture Wimbledon title since Manuel Santana in ‘66…Three weeks later won Toronto* (d. Federer). won his fourth career ATP title at Monte Carlo* (w/Robredo) and was lone double winner during season…In ’07. Roddick. Rome* (five sets in 5:05. 1 since J. most matches (93) played and a 17-6 mark against Top 10 opponents…Also helped his Spain to Davis Cup title (vs. 5…First player to win French title in main draw debut since Wilander in ‘82…First teenager at 19 years. Berdych) and Stuttgart (d. Coria) and won first title in his home country in Barcelona (d. to Ferrero)…Captured his fourth straight Roland Garros crown (d. ‘05…Went 2-1 at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai round-robin action to reach SF (l. he saved three match points in longest three-set match (4:03) on ATP World Tour in Open Era. 3 on Aug. No. ‘05 and was there for four weeks before returning to No. won titles at Queen’s (d. won his first title at Indian Wells* (d. 2 on Sept. withdrew from Queen’s and Wimbledon. to Federer)…Only player to win 30 matches on clay (31-1) and hard courts (31-12)…In ’06. 1 in February ‘04…Repeated title effort in Barcelona (d. McEnroe in ‘84. 17 for first time since July 18. to Federer)…Entered final having held serve a personal-best 80 consecutive service games going back to 2nd RD (vs. prevailing over Djokovic 3-6. including his third straight Roland Garros crown and three ATP Masters 1000 titles (Indian Wells. won title in Monte-Carlo* (d. 2 for three consecutive years in history of ATP Rankings…Won six titles in nine finals. Federer) and became first player since Borg in ‘78-81 to accomplish feat…Also first player since Borg in ‘80 to win without dropping a set in Paris…On grass. won in Dubai (d. to Djokovic). Murray in SF. Ferrero). 1 at Madrid* with SF effort (l. to del Potro)…Afterwards slipped to No. to Federer)…Loss ended a 33-match winning streak on clay going back to May 7. in addition to becoming first Spaniard to end season as world’s top player in history of ATP Rankings (since ‘73)…Became first player since Borg in ‘80 to win Roland Garros and Wimbledon titles in same year…Led ATP circuit with eight titles in 10 finals.

Shanghai*(H). Bastad(CL). to Hrbaty)…In 1st RD Davis Cup tie vs. 2007 – Indian Wells*(H). Roland Garros(CL). Monte-Carlo*(CL). Barcelona(CL). Roland Garros(CL). 2004 – Auckland(H).874.751…In ’04. Rome*(CL). London / Queen’s Club(G). MONTE-CARLO: Champion . FINALIST (3).. which competed in 2002 World Cup…Also played on two other World Cup teams in 1994 and ’98…Earned ATP Newcomer of Year in 2003. beat No. Rome*(CL). Rome*(CL). Tokyo(H). Rome*(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 14-3) AUS.08. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 25-5 38-1 29-4 28-7 CAREER 8-8 10 QF 09 08 07 WON SF QF WON 4TH WON WON WON — WON RUP WON SF SF 4TH 06 — 04 3RD WON WON — RUP 2ND — QF 3RD 2ND 05 05 4TH 03 — — 3RD 2ND BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY 10 09 08 07 06 RUP RR DNP^ SF SF DNP^ ^Qualified but did not play due to injury ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 186-38. ‘08 (didn’t play final) and ’09. l. named for Spain’s Crown Prince Felipe…Elected to ATP Player Council from June 2010-June 2010…Coached by his uncle Toni Nadal and fitness trainer is Rafael Maymo…Also travels part of season with former ATP pro Francisco Roig. Roland Garros(CL). 6 mos. Barcelona(CL). Wimbledon(G). Monte-Carlo(CL). Lopez). Kucera. Roland Garros(CL). 2008 – Chennai(H). 2006 – Dubai(H). 2010 (one week after winning Wimbledon)…Won Prince of Austrias award in 2008. Madrid*(IH). ATPWORLDTOUR. 47 with 2-4 Challenger final mark…Qualified for first ATP Masters 1000 event in Monte-Carlo* (d. Canada*(H). U. 2008 – Monte-Carlo*(CL). Indian Wells*(H). captured his first ATP title in Sopot (d. 2005 – Costa do Sauipe(CL). Barcelona(CL). won fifth and decisive rubber over Stepanek and later in year clinched SF victory by defeating France’s Clement in fourth rubber…In Miami*. Madrid*(CL). Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. 18-6 in finals) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 26-4 MIAMI 21-7 MONTE CARLO 34-1 ROME 27-1 MADRID 21-6 TORONTO/MONTREAL21-5 CINCINNATI 11-7 SHANGHAI 5-2 PARIS 9-3 WON SF QF RUP WON WON WON WON WON 2ND WON RUP SF SF QF WON 10 SF SF 09 08 07 06 WON SF 05 — QF 2ND RUP WON WON WON WON WON WON QF QF WON SF 3RD WON 2ND QF — — RUP — 1ST — — QF 3RD — SF RUP SF SF — QF 04 3RD 4TH — — 2ND 1ST 1ST — — 03 — — 3RD — 1ST — — — — HAMBURG: 11-2 (WON . CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). Paris*(IH). Sebastian. Miami*(H). Beijing(H). 10 mos. 2009 – Australian Open(H). 2004 – Sopot(CL).S. Wimbledon(G). Beijing Olympics(H). CAREER TITLES (43): 2010 – Monte-Carlo*(CL). Sa Punta. Monte-Carlo*(CL).. Wimbledon(G). is a business partner with two brothers of a restaurant. as he beat No.) to register a singles victory in Cup final for winning nation.Shanghai but withdrew with left foot injury…Earned a teenage record $3. ATP Most Improved Player of Year in 2005 and ATP Player of Year in 2008 and ‘10…Also recipient of Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship Award in 2010…Attended Spain’s winning World Cup final match in South Africa on July 11. Acasuso)…In ‘03. won first ATP match in his hometown Mallorca (15 yrs. who is his long-time coach…Used to play with two-handed forehand and backhand before his uncle made him change at age nine or 10 to a one-handed forehand…Father. Ana Maria…Has one younger sister Maria Isabel…Comes from same island (Mallorca) as countryman Carlos Moya…The city of Manacor is second-biggest on island of Mallorca…His other uncle. 2009 – Rotterdam(IH). Barcelona(CL). 3-2)…Youngest player (18 yrs. 1 Federer in 3rd RD…Reached QF in Estoril where he suffered a left ankle injury (stress fracture in ankle joint) on Apr. and owner of a glass and windows company. Roland Garros(CL). Miguel Angel Nadal. Rome*(CL). Vidres Mallorca…Mother. captured first ATP title in Umag (w/Lopez Moron)…In ’02. 2006 – Wimbledon(G). to finalist Coria in 3rd RD)…Missed Roland Garros after injuring elbow during practice…Made Wimbledon debut and became youngest player at 17 to reach 3rd RD since 16-year-old Becker in 1984… Reached first ATP QF in Båstad and then first ATP SF in Umag…In doubles. key part of Spain’s Davis Cup title effort (d. 15 in his three-set win over Gasquet…Returned almost three months later on July 6 in Båstad QF…In August. finished in Top 50 for first time at No. defeating Ramon Delgado…Went 37-3 in Futures. US Open(H). INDIAN WELLS: Champion . is a former professional football player with stints at FC Barcelona.). Monte-Carlo*(CL). Stuttgart(CL). RUP 07) DOUBLES (2-0 in Finals). Barcelona(CL).COM 137 . Real Mallorca and Spanish national team. Acapulco(CL). Madrid*(CL). Hamburg*(CL). 2 Roddick in four sets… Reached first ATP final in Auckland (l. Czech Republic.2010 (w/M.2008 (w/Robredo) PERSONAL Full name is Rafael Nadal Parera…Nicknamed “Rafa”…Plays left-handed but writes right-handed…Began playing tennis at age four with his uncle Toni. Stuttgart(CL). 2007 – Hamburg*(CL). Montreal*(H). winning six titles in his native country…Played his only junior Grand Slam event at Wimbledon in ‘02 and reached SF…Has a 16-5 career Davis Cup record (14-1 in singles) in 11 ties and member of winning team in ‘04. 2005 – Miami*(H). Costa. FINALIST (13): 2010 – Doha(H).

including No. Top 10: 33-47 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 3 (March 20. 1 Federer and No. 3 Djokovic and Federer… Became only third player (Becker. 5 Soderling in Toronto…Earlier in season he reached QF in Buenos Aires (w/o to Montanes) and Monte Carlo*…Returned to action in February after nine months out (hip surgery). finished out of Top 50 at No.DAVID NALBANDIAN (ARG) Birthdate: January 1. lost to France’s Monfils in 2nd rubber…After missing six straight Grand Slam tournaments. Safin. Davydenko)…Reached SF at Australian Open (l. beat Ferrer in opening rubber but lost in doubles (w/Calleri)… Went 14-3 during European indoor circuit with title in Stockholm (d.. then missed next six weeks…Won 15 of 20 matches upon return. Top 10 opponents. Basel. came in No. losing only to Wawrinka twice…Failed to reach at least one Grand Slam QF for first time in six years…Became first player to defeat No. Nieminen)…Withdrew in Barcelona with right hip injury prior to QF showdown with Nadal…Lost in 1st RD in Estoril.S. 3 on Mar. to Federer) and Paris* (l. finished in Top 10 for first time at No. Miami* and Rome*…Helped his country to first Davis Cup final (lost 3-2 to Russia) since 1981 (l. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 27 (28-10) 2007: 9 (31-18) 2004: 9 (34-14) 2001: 47 (17-9) 1998:T1342 (0-0) 2009: 64 (14-7) 2006: 8 (44-19) 2003: 8 (42-20) 2000: 248 (0-2) 2008: 11 (44-16) 2005: 6 (44-19) 2002: 12 (36-24) 1999:T526 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $597. to Tsonga)…In ’07. to Baghdatis in five sets).80m) Residence: Cordoba.391. reached a career-high No. Argentina Height: 5’11” (1. then underwent right hip surgery on May 13 in Spain and was sidelined rest of year…In ’08. 11…Led his country to Davis Cup final (l. Toronto*. Matches won-lost: ATP: 28-10 (singles). reached QFs or better five times… Career-best 11-match winning streak ended with a QF loss to Murray in Toronto*…During streak. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 105 (October 5. 6 in ’05 and reached a career-high No. to Novak)…In ’03. 1 Federer in a fifth set tie-break (in 4:33)…Became first Argentine to win year-end championships since ‘74 when Vilas won Masters title…Began season with his third straight QF at Australian Open (l. 10-8 in fifth set to Hewitt)…Advanced to Wimbledon QF. Russia…At Roland Garros ret. rallying from a two-sets deficit for first time in his career against Murray in 3rd RD (l. to eventual champion Federer)…Injured his right ankle while practicing for February Davis Cup tie…Played one rubber then one match in Dubai in March. 20 and captured fifth ATP title in Estoril (d. 1-0 (doubles). soil in Washington (d. Johansson)…Reached QF at US Open (l. highlighted by runner-up in Rome* (l.S. also won fifth and decisive rubber over Sweden’s Vinciguerra in first round tie…In semi-finals. to U.046. 2 Argentine (behind No. to T. 9 year-end position…Posted a 13-2 record after US Open. a late season surge enabled Argentine to finish in Top 10 for fifth straight year…Captured back-to-back ATP Masters 1000 titles in Madrid* and Paris* to go from No. then also missed over two months between April and July (hamstring injury). reached 3rd RD at US Open. 3-1 to Spain) by winning five of six singles matches during year…In the final. 8 and qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Houston…Reached two finals (Montreal*. CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine put together five straight Top 10 seasons (‘03-07)…Only Vilas has more consecutive Top 10 finishes by an Argentine with nine (from ‘74-82)…Finished a year-end best No.107 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 11/10 Career Win-Loss vs. to Hewitt)…In ’09. ’06…Has an 11-10 record in finals and has won two titles in a season four times… Has advanced to SFs in all four Grand Slam tournaments and his best result was a runner-up at Wimbledon in ’02 (l. accounting for all six wins in Madrid* and Paris*…In ’06. No. 26 Monaco) came back from hip surgery to improve his title winning streak to six years by capturing his first crown on U. advancing to QF or better in six of last seven tournaments. 3 ATP Ranking on Mar. Argentina Weight: 175 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 334-158 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $10. won two (Buenos Aires. 11)…Went 6-3 vs. 20. 2 Nadal twice in a tournament en route to his two fall indoor titles and first player to beat both in an ATP final…In Madrid*.)…Won both of his singles matches in final vs. Singles Winner: Washington. l. to Moya) and career-best SF at Roland Garros (d. Nadal. Quarterfinalist: Monte Carlo*. including back-to-back SF in Madrid* and Basel…In ’04. Soderling) and back-to-back finals in Basel (l. reached QF at Australian Open (l. 25 to his No. vs Federer with a pulled stomach muscle at 2-5 in the third set…In ’05. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. 25 and unseeded before knocking off in succession.He returned for Davis Cup in July and beat Russia’s Youzhny in fifth and decisive rubber in QF tie…In March. 1982 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Cordoba. to eventual champ Federer)…Finished season with a 19-7 record.. came into Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai (in place of injured Roddick) and captured title by overcoming a two-set deficit in victory over No. 117 and dropped only one set…Afterwards jumped to No. Djokovic) since 1994 to beat Top 3 players in same tournament…Put together an incredible week in Paris* by dropping only one set in six matches (average opponent ranking No. Baghdatis)…Entered as a wild card ranked No. 45…Overall. to Safin) and Basel (l. 64 for first time since rookie campaign in ‘00…Opened season by capturing his 10th title in Sydney (d. Stockholm) in a career-high five finals…Finished out of Top 10 for first time in six years at No. Basel) while compiling a 13-4 record in Grand Slam play and 14-7 in ATP Masters 1000 action…He and countryman Coria became first Argentines to 138 . to Gaudio)…Tore abdominal muscle on June 18…Missed two months before returning in Toronto*…Withdrew from Athens Olympics due to left thigh injury…Closed with runner-up finishes at Madrid* (l. 6 Davydenko in Davis Cup and No. beat six Top 25 opponents. Kuerten.

finish in Top 10 in same season since No. 4 Vilas and No. 6 Clerc in 1982…Reached QF at Australian Open (d. Federer, l. to Schuettler)…Advanced to SF in Hamburg*…Withdrew from three European summer clay tournaments due to an abdominal injury…At US Open, came within one point of reaching final in five-set SF loss to Roddick…Won first two sets and held match point in third set tie-break before Roddick rallied to win 6-3 in final set…Did not play in Davis Cup SF vs. Spain due to left wrist and abdominal injuries…Returned to action in Basel where he did not lose a set en route to final but withdrew from title match (vs. Coria) due to tendinitis in his left wrist…Closed season at Tennis Masters Cup, going 1-2 in round robin play…In ’02, finished as top Argentine and top South American for first time…Won first ATP World Tour title in Estoril (d. Nieminen)…Played his first pro grass tournament at Wimbledon and surprised tennis world by reaching final…Became first Argentine to reach final and first South American in title match since Peru’s Alex Olmedo won title in ‘59… Won back-to-back five-set matches over Lapentti (QF) and Malisse (SF)…Made his Centre Court debut in final against Hewitt and All England Club allowed him to warm up on famed court prior to match…Hewitt won 61 63 62 in most lopsided final since 1984…Made Davis Cup debut in Moscow and won six hour, 20 minute doubles match (w/Arnold), 19-17 in fifth set over Kafelnikov-Safin…Won title in Basel (d. F. Gonzalez)…In ’01, jumped over 200 positions in rankings to finish in Top 50 for first time…Reached SFs in Umag and Sopot and back-to-back QFs in Bogota and Viña del Mar…Won first Challenger title in Salinas (d. Agenor)… Qualified for his first Grand Slam event at US Open and beat Escude in five sets before losing to Kafelnikov in 3rd RD… Reached first ATP final in Palermo (l. to Mantilla)…Compiled outstanding junior results, winning US Open title (d. Federer) and Eddie Herr International in ‘98, runner-up at Roland Garros (l. to countryman Coria) and SF at Wimbledon in ‘99…Won Wimbledon junior doubles title in ‘99 (w/Coria)…Finished No. 3 in singles and No. 6 in doubles in ‘98 junior world rankings…Has a 31-10 career Davis Cup record (20-5 in singles) in 19 ties… Earned a career-high $2,273,486 in ‘05 and put together five years with earnings over $1 million. CAREER TITLES (11): 2010 – Washington(H); 2009 – Sydney(H); 2008 – Buenos Aires(CL), Stockholm(IH); 2007 – Madrid*(IH), Paris*(IH); 2006 – Estoril(CL); 2005 – Munich(CL), Tennis Masters Cup(IC); 2002 – Estoril(CL), Basel(IC). FINALIST (10): 2008 – Acapulco(CL), Basel(IH), Paris*(IH); 2004 – Rome*(CL), Madrid*(IH), Basel(IC); 2003 – Montreal*(H), Basel(IC); 2002 – Wimbledon(G); 2001 – Palermo(CL). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 16-11)

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CAREER 24-8 20-7 17-6 19-9 CAREER 6-6

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 13-8 MIAMI 9-10 MONTE-CARLO 16-8 ROME 10-6 MADRID 19-5 TORONTO/MONTREAL14-7 CINCINNATI 7-6 PARIS 12-4

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PERSONAL Full name is David Pablo Nalbandian…Began playing tennis at age five…Comes from Cordoba, second-largest city in Argentina…Father, Norberto, is deceased; mother, Alda, is a housewife; brothers, Javier and Dario, who is a tennis coach…His Armenian grandfather built a cement court in his backyard, where David learned to play against his two older brothers…Hobbies are fishing and watching rally races, a tradition in Cordoba (spent one week in 2001 in San Remo)…Enjoys fishing, playing football and big fan of River Plate team…Favorite bands are U2 and Coldplay…Went bungee jumping in Vienna on Oct. 13, 2004 from the 152 meter high Danube Tower…In 2002, went swimming with sharks in Melbourne…Named one of “50 Most Beautiful in the World” in People en Espanol in June 2005…In September 2007, partnered professional driver Marcos Ligato and launched Tango Rally Team, which competed at the Rally World Championships in Andalgala, a small city of Catamarca, in northeast Argentina…He was not expected to get into a car — he merely came to support his team in Andalgala Masters…But he drove a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX and lost a knockout round against fellow Argentine and would-be champion Alejandro Cancio, who defeated Ligato in the finals (route was almost one-mile long)…Established David Nalbandian Foundation, which provides programs and projects for people with disabilities, oriented towards health and sports…Coached by countryman and former ATP pro Luis Lobo (since March 2009) and fitness trainer is Mariano Seara.

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DANIEL

NESTOR

(CAN)

Birthdate: September 4, 1972 Turned Pro: 1991 Birthplace: Belgrade, Yugoslavia Height: 6’3” (1.91m) Residence: Nassau, Bahamas Weight: 190 (86kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 781-299 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $9,140,752 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 71-46 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 58(August 23, 1999) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (August 19, 2002) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 3 (58-19) 2009: T3 (58-16) 2008: 2 (49-21) 2007: 3 (55-21)

2006: 2005: 2004: 2003:

5 (50-20) 8 (43-18) 2 (67-16) 7 (58-17)

2002: 2 (67-16) 2001: 10 (40-15) 2000: 13 (41-11) 1999: 27 (31-16)

1998: 7 (45-17) 1997: 18 (32-18) 1996: 11 (34-14) 1995: 10 (35-18)

1994: 63 (15-12)1990: T510 (0-1) 1993: 133 (7-4) 1989: T739 (0-1) 1992: 282 (0-2) 1991: 375 (0-1)

2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $905,429. Matches won-lost: ATP: 58-19 (doubles). Doubles Winner: Sydney, Rotterdam, Monte-Carlo*, Barcelona, Roland Garros, Vienna, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. Finalist: Australian Open, Indian Wells*, Madrid*, Basel. Semifinalist: London/Queen’s Club, Beijing. 2010 IN REVIEW Active doubles title leader at seven…Teamed with Zimonjic to finish as No. 2 team (7-4 in finals)…Won Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (d. Bhupathi-Mirnyi)…Reached finals at Australian Open final (l. to Bryan-Bryan) and Indian Wells* (l. to M. Lopez-Nadal)…On clay, won Monte-Carlo*, finalist at Madrid* and won Roland Garros (d. DlouhyPaes)…His sixth Slam, third with Zimonjic…Finished No. 3 in indivdiually, his 10th straight Top 10 campaign. CAREER IN REVIEW Has won at least four titles for 11 straight years…Has won each Grand Slam – Australian Open (‘02), Roland Garros (‘07, ’10), Wimbledon (‘08-09) and US Open (‘02)…All-time leader with 24 ATP Masters 1000 titles and three year-end championships (‘07-08, ‘10)…Finished as No. 1 team in ‘02 and ‘04 (w/Knowles) and ’08 (w/Zimonjic)…In ’09, won career-high nine titles, including five ATP Masters 1000 titles (w/Zimonjic)…’08, won first Wimbledon title to complete a career Golden Slam…Won Tennis Masters Cup to clinch No. 1 team ranking… ’07, won first Roland Garros title…Won Tennis Masters Cup and finished No. 2 (w/Knowles)…Won 600th career match in Montreal*…Had a 40-29 finals mark (w/Knowles) and won at least one title together in 13 of 14 years…In ’06, captured five titles in 10 finals, finishing at No. 3 (w/ Knowles)…Finalist at Tennis Masters Cup…In ’05, missed four months after left wrist surgery on June 17…In ’04, finished (w/Knowles) as year-end No. 1…Surpassed 300 wins together…In ’03 Davis Cup, beat No. 17 Kuerten…In ’02, finished No. 1 (w/Knowles) with six titles…In ’01, won four titles with three partners…In 2000, underwent left shoulder surgery…Won four doubles titles with three partners…Won gold medal at Sydney Olympics (w/Lareau)…In ’99, finished in Top 100 in singles at No. 85 with Grand Slam-best 4th RD at Wimbledon…In ’98, runner-up at year-end championship, Roland Garros and US Open…In ’96, reached first ATP singles SF in Newport…Qualified ATP-best seven times…Won four doubles titles…In ’95, reached first Slam doubles final at Australian Open…Made ATP World Doubles Chp. debut (all w/Knowles)…In ’94, won first doubles title in Bogota (w/Knowles)…In ‘92, beat No. 1 Edberg in five sets in Davis Cup singles…Has a 42-19 career Davis Cup record (27-4 in doubles) in 38 ties since ‘92 and holds Canadian records for most wins and most ties played…Earned a career-high $1,111,822 in ’09. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (71). FINALIST (46). GRAND SLAM HISTORY
DOUBLES (6-8 in Finals). AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Champion - 2002 (w/Knowles); Finalist - 2010 (w/Zimonjic), 2003, 1995 (w/Knowles); Mixed Champion - 2007 (w/Likhovtseva); ROLAND GARROS: Champion - 2010 (w/Zimonjic), 2007 (w/Knowles); Finalist - 2008 (w/Zimonjic), 2002, 1998 (w/Knowles); WIMBLEDON: Champion - 2009, 2008 (w/Zimonjic); Finalist - 2002 (w/Knowles); US OPEN: Champion - 2004 (w/Knowles); Finalist - 1998 (w/Knowles).

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CAREER 27-19

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*DOUBLES (24-11 in finals). INDIAN WELLS: Champion — 2006, 2005, 2002, 1997, Finalist — 2010, 2008 (w/Zimonjic); MIAMI: Champion — 2002; MONTE CARLO: Champion-2009 (w/Zimonjic); ROME: Champion — 2009 (w/Zimonjic), 2006, 1997, Finalist — 2008 (w/Zimonjic), 2001 (w/Stolle); HAMBURG: Champion — 2008 (w/Zimonjic), 2003, 1996, Finalist — 2006, 2001 (w/Stolle); MONTREAL/TORONTO: Champion —2010, 2008 (w/Zimonjic), 2000 (w/Lareau), Finalist — 2002; CINCINNATI: Champion — 2009 (w/Zimonjic), 2004, 1998, 1996; MADRID: Champion — 2009 (w/Zimonjic), 2005, 2004, 2002, Finalist — 2010 (w/Zimonjic); PARIS: Champion-2009 (w/Zimonjic), Finalist — 2007 (w/Zimonjic), 2000 (w/Haarhuis) (all w/Knowles except where noted).

PERSONAL Born in Yugoslavia, moved in 1976 to Canada…Fan of Montréal Canadiens (NHL) and Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL)…Competed in 1996, 2000 and 2004 Olympics…Named ATP Doubles Team of Year in 2002 and 2004 (w/Knowles) and 2008 (w/Zimonjic)…In 2003, hosted first Daniel Nestor Celebrity Charity event and since its inception has raised over $700,000 for North York General Hospital and Tennis Canada Go for Gold Fund charities…Wife, Natasha (married July 24, 2005); daughter, Tiana Alexis (born Dec. 15, 2008).

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JARKKO

NIEMINEN (FIN)
Birthdate: July 23, 1981 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Masku, Finland Height: 6’1” (1.85m) Residence: Masku, Finland Weight: 172 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 287-224 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $4,894,978 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/9 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 9-49 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 13 (July 10, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 42 (January 28, 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 39 (30-27) 2007: 27 (33-27) 2004: 77 (20-18) 2001: 61 (7-2) 1998:T1342 (0-0) 2009: 88 (12-15) 2006: 15 (55-27) 2003: 36 (41-29) 2000: 308 (3-1) 1997:T1190 (0-0) 2008: 38 (26-28) 2005: 30 (33-22) 2002: 40 (27-27) 1999: 590 (0-1)
2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $585,773. Matches won-lost: ATP: 30-27 (singles), 15-18 (doubles) Challenger: 9-2 (singles), 2-1 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Bangkok. Semifinalist: Delray Beach, Stockholm. Quarterfinalist: Metz, Montpellier. Doubles Winner: Gstaad(w/Brunstrom). Finalist: Stockholm(w/Brunstrom). Semifinalist: Australian Open(w/Kohlmann). 2010 IN REVIEW This Finn recorded 10th consecutive Top 100 season and finished in Top 40 for fifth time in six years…Reached SF in Delray Beach before title at Marrakech Challenger…Snapped six-match tour event losing streak with 1st RD win at Wimbledon (d. Koubek, l. to Murray)…Finished season with a 15-6 mark after US Open 1st RD loss, reaching QF or better in five straight ATP events – QF in Metz, runner-up in Bangkok (l. to Garcia-Lopez), QF in Tokyo, SF in Stockholm and QF in Montpellier…In doubles, reached SF at Australian Open (w/ Kohlmann), won Gstaad and runner-up in Stockholm (both w/Brunstrom)…Went 24-16 on hard and 5-8 on clay. CAREER IN REVIEW The Finnish native has ranked in Top 100 for 10 straight years with his best year-end ranking No. 15 in ‘06 when he compiled a 55-27 match record…That year captured his maiden title and later in season advanced to his second Grand Slam QF at Wimbledon (l. to Nadal)…Afterwards, reached a career-high No. 13 on July 10…In ’05, posted his first Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros with win over No. 7 Agassi in 1st RD…In ’09, opened first month with runner-up in Sydney (l. to Nalbandian)…Underwent right wrist surgery on May 13 and returned on Aug. 24…In ’08, runner-up in Adelaide (l. to Llodra)…In ’07, finalist in Basel (l. to Federer)…In doubles, captured first ATP title in Mumbai (w/Lindstedt)…In ’06, finished in Top 20 (No. 15), winning a career-high 55 matches and capturing his and Finland’s first ATP title in Auckland (d. Ancic)…Finalist in Stockholm (l. to Blake)… Reached his first ATP Masters 1000 QF in Indian Wells* (l. to Srichaphan)…In ’05, retired with torn stomach muscle (vs. Federer) in Australian Open 3rd RD…Missed one month…Advanced to four SFs…In ’04, reached SF in Adelaide, Dubai and Beijing…Suffered broken right wrist on Apr. 19 during 1st RD match in Monte-Carlo*… Slipped and fell towards end of match and had to withdraw prior to 2nd RD against Moya…Missed 11 weeks before returning to action in Båstad…In ’03, finalist in Munich (l. to Federer)…In ’02, first Finnish player to end season in Top 50 at No. 40…Finalist in Estoril (l. to Nalbandian) and Mallorca (l. to Gaudio)…In ’01, became first Finn in year-end Top 100 since Veli Paloheimo in 1991…Qualified and reached final in Stockholm (l. to Schalken), in only second ATP event…First Finn in ATP final since Leo Palin in Sofia in December ‘81…Won ‘99 US Open junior title over Denmark’s Kristian Pless…Finished No. 9 in junior world rankings that year…Has a 4220 career Davis Cup record (33-9 in singles) in 24 ties…Earned a career-high $894,565 in ’06. CAREER TITLES (1): 2006 – Auckland(H). FINALIST (9): 2010 – Bangkok(IH); 2009 – Sydney(H); 2008 – Adelaide(H); 2007 – Basel(IH); 2006 – Stockholm(IH); 2003 – Munich(CL); 2002 – Estoril(CL), Mallorca(CL); 2001 – Stockholm(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 15-8)

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CAREER 13-9 10-7 11-7 8-9

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CAREER W-L: 43-51 BEST RESULT: QF (Indian Wells ‘06, Toronto ‘06, Paris ‘06)
PERSONAL Began playing at age four with his parents…Father, Kauko, and mother, Leena, are retired chemists…Has one older sister, Anna-Riikka, who is an editor at a publishing company…Speaks Finnish, Swedish and English… Enjoys hockey, badminton, football…Former No. 1 Bjorn Borg watched his 2001 Stockholm final and said, “‘I think he could become a great personality”…Wife, Anu Weckstrom is former No. 1 badminton player in Finland (married June 11, 2005)…Both members of Finland’s 2004 Olympic team…In November 2007, served in Finnish army…Elected to ATP Player Council from June 2010-June 2012…Coached by Jan de Witt (since June 2010).
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KEI

NISHIKORI (JPN)
Birthdate: December 29, 1989 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Shimane, Japan Height: 5’10” (1.78m) Residence: Bradenton, Florida, USA Weight: 160 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 26-32 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $583,791 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 56 (February 2, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 513 (October 11, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 98 (3-9) 2009: 420 (4-6) 2008: 63 (16-12)

2007: 281 (3-5) 2006: 605 (0-0)

2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $170,534. Matches won-lost: ATP: 3-9 (singles), 1-1 (doubles) Challenger: 27-4 (singles), 0-1 (doubles). 2010 IN REVIEW The top player from Japan returned to Top 100 by climbing 322 ranking positions from previous season… Underwent right elbow surgery in August ‘09 and did not return full-time until April (although he played one tournament in February)…Was unranked on April 12 for his first Challenger tournament at Tallahassee and reached QF…In Challengers, was 27-4 with four titles…Went 3-9 in tour level play with all three wins coming in Grand Slams… Won back-to-back titles in Savannah and Sarasota…Afterwards, went from No. 649 to No. 244…Made Roland Garros debut by defeating Giraldo in five sets (l. to No. 3 Djokovic)…Qualified at US Open and beat Korolev then Cilic in 4:59 marathon before retiring with a groin injury to Montanes in second set of 3rd RD…In November, closed season with title in Knoxville without dropping a set (d. Kendrick). CAREER IN REVIEW The young Japanese star broke through in ‘08 to capture his first ATP World Tour title and finish a year-end best No. 63 with a 16-12 match record…In February ‘09, reached a career-high ranking of No. 56 before going out with a right elbow injury…Played first three months before being sidelined rest of season…Underwent surgery in August…In ’08, moved over 200 ranking spots to finish as youngest player in year-end Top 100 at No. 63 and earn Newcomer of the Year honors…Became first Japanese player to finish in Top 100 since Shuzo Matsuoka was No. 57 in ‘95…Qualified into sixth career ATP event in Delray Beach and defeated four straight Americans — Delic, Reynolds, Querrey and No. 12/top seed Blake — to become first Japanese titlist since Matsuoka in Seoul in April ‘92…Saved four match points against Querrey in SF…Afterwards, jumped from No. 244 to No. 131…At 18 years, 1 month, 19 days old, also youngest player to win an ATP title since Hewitt (16 years, 10 months, 18 days) in Adelaide on Jan. 11, ‘98…In April, won clay court Challenger title at Bermuda (d. Troicki)…Broke into Top 100 at No. 99 on April 28…Returned to ATP action on grass at Queen’s Club and reached 3rd RD (l. to Nadal)…At US Open, defeated Monaco, Karanusic, and No. 4 Ferrer in five sets for first Top 10 win to reach 4th RD (l. to del Potro)…Afterwards, jumped 45 spots to No. 81…In final two tournaments, reached 3rd RD in Tokyo (l. to Gasquet) and SF in Stockholm (l. to Soderling)…Captured Roland Garros junior doubles title in ‘06 (w/Massa) and ranked as high as No. 7 in singles that year…Has a 2-1 Davis Cup singles record in two ties…Earned a career-high $303,269. CAREER TITLES (1): 2008 – Delray Beach(H). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-1)

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CAREER 0-1 1-1 0-2 5-2 CAREER 0-2 0-1

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI

PERSONAL Began playing at age five…Mother, Eri, is a piano teacher; father, Kiyoshi, is an engineer…Has one older sister, Reina, who graduated from college and works in Tokyo…Moved from Shimane, Japan, to US at age 14, to train at the Bollettieri Acadamey in Florida and didn’t speak a word of English when he arrived…Came to academy as a member of Masaaki Morita Tennis Fund group, which consists of a select few Japanese players sponsored by Mr. Morita, CEO of Sony…A former roommate of Zachary Gilbert, son of ex-ATP Top 10 pro Brad Gilbert…Favorite surfaces are hard and clay courts and considers best shot his forehand…Named 2008 ATP Newcomer of Year…Trains at academy under guidance of Nick Bollettieri and his staff.

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DICK

NORMAN

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Birthdate: March 1, 1971 Turned Pro: 1991 Birthplace: Waregem, Belgium Height: 6’8” (2.03m) Residence: Waregem, Belgium Weight: 210 (95kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 84-69 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1,766,784 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 3/2 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 85 (November 6, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 10 (April 26, 2010) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010 17 (39-31) 2009: 15 (25-14) 2008: 104 (1-1) 2007: 99 (5-2)

2006: 209 (2-3) 2005:1696 (1-0) 2004: 974 (0-1) 2003: 576 (0-0)

2002: 195 (0-0) 2001: 329 (0-1) 2000: 464 (0-0) 1999: NR

1998: 1388 (0-0) 1997: 481 (0-1) 1996:1288(0-7) 1995:136 (9-7)

1994:188 (0-0) 1993:578 (0-0) 1992:166 (2-1) 1991: 800 (0-0)

2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $327,043. Matches won-lost: ATP: 39-31 (doubles) Challenger: 0-1 (doubles). Doubles Semifinalist: Doha(w/Kas), Dubai(w/Kas), Monte Carlo*, Roland Garros, s-Hertogenbosch, Wimbledon, Gstaad, Cincinnati*, Metz, Stockholm. All with Moodie 2010 IN REVIEW The Belgian native teamed with Moodie to qualify for season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London where they went 1-2 in round robin play…Did not reach a final, but did advance to seven SFs…They first joined up in ‘09 and in first three months of ’10 season they were with other partners…They reunited in April at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo* where they reached SFs (l. to Nestor-Zimonjic)…They lost three opening round matches in a row before turning things around with SF at Roland Garros (l. to Nestor-Zimonjic)…They played well on grass with SFs in 's-Hertogenbosch and Wimbledon (d. Bryans, l. to Melzer-Petzschner)…During summer, they reached final four in Gstaad, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati* and QF at US Open…Their best results in final two months were SF showings in Metz and Stockholm…Finished No. 7 in ATP Doubles Team Ranking and No. 17 individually in doubles…Earned a career-high $327,043. CAREER IN REVIEW The veteran Belgian has finished in Top 100 in singles twice, at No. 96 in ‘02 and No. 94 in ’05…Reached a career-high No. 85 in November ‘06…Has compiled his best results in Challengers with a 266-211 match record and 13-11 mark in finals…Has concentrated on doubles over past two years…Made his Grand Slam debut at Wimbledon in ‘95 and advanced to 4th RD with wins over former champs Cash and Edberg before losing to Becker…In doubles, advanced to his first Grand Slam final at Roland Garros in ‘09 (w/Moodie), losing to DlouhyPaes in three sets…Won titles that year in Johannesburg (w/Cerretani) and ‘s-Hertogenbosch (w/Moodie)… Also SF at Wimbledon (w/Moodie)…Finished No. 9 in ATP Team Rankings and served as alternates for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London…In ’07, captured his first ATP World Tour doubles title in Chennai (w/Malisse)…Has a 5-5 career Davis Cup record (3-3 in singles) in six ties since making his debut in ‘95. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-5)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six…Father, Beni, an engineer; mother, Kris, is an ex-tennis coach…Has two sisters, Inge and Ilse…Nicknamed “Big D” and stands as third-tallest player (6’8”, 2.03m) on tour behind Croatia’s Ivo Karlovic (6’10”, 2.08m) and John Isner (6’9”, 2.06m)…In addition to native language, speaks four other (Dutch, French, English, German)…Player he admired growing up was John McEnroe…Enjoys playing squash and backgammon and going to movies…Favorite surface is (indoor) carpet…His biggest tennis moment came in 1995 when he defeated former No. 1 Stefan Edberg in 2nd RD at Wimbledon before losing to Boris Becker in 4th RD…He and partner, IIse Van Parys, have two daughters, Nanou (born Oct. 30, 2007) and Manon (born Aug. 26, 2009).

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1999 (w/Raymond). Qualified in 03 w/Rikl but did not participate due to injury. captured three titles in five finals…Missed final four months with a non-malignant brain lesion…In ’02. 2003 (w/Navratilova). Jennifer. 2003 (w/Navratilova). 1 junior ranking… Member of Davis Cup squad since ‘90 and has an 86-31 career record in 47 ties (38-9 in doubles)…Has won 24 straight doubles Davis Cup matches (w/Bhupathi)…Earned a career-high $888. Aiyana (born Apr. including Roland Garros…In ‘00. 2006 (w/Damm). Mixed Champion . CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (44). was a member of Indian field hockey team in the 1972 Munich Olympics. captured his lone ATP World Tour singles title in Newport (d. CAREER IN REVIEW The Indian star has finished in Top 10 doubles rankings five times…Year-end No. Finalist — 2007 (w/Damm). which goes to Indian citizens in recognition of their distinguished service to nation (equivalent of American Medal of Honor or British Knighthood)…Captured gold medal in doubles at Asian Games (w/Bhupathi) in December 2006…Daughter. the Padma Shri. 144 ATPWORLDTOUR. has captured six Grand Slam doubles titles (6-5 in finals). 73 on Aug. 1999 (w/Bhupathi). 2003 (w/Rikl). to Aspelin-Hanley) and ‘s-Hertogenbosch (l. Doubles Winner: Miami*(w/Dlouhy). Mixed Champion . 2001. won six titles (w/Bhupathi)…In ’96. 06-07 w/Damm. won Roland Garros and Wimbledon (w/Bhupathi)…First team to reach finals of all four Slams in same year since ‘52…Finished as No. won US Open (w/Damm) and runner-up at Australian Open…In ’05. 97-01 w/Bhupathi) ^ 05 03 01 RUP DNP^ RR 00 99 98 RUP RUP RR 97 RUP ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* DOUBLES (9-3 in finals) — INDIAN WELLS: Champion — 2007 (w/Damm). Wimbledon (‘99) and US Open (‘06)…In ’08. with whom he compiled 223-81 match record and 23-10 mark in finals…In career. won two titles in five finals…Runner-up at Tennis Masters Cup (w/Zimonjic)…In ’04. winning his last two in ‘09 at Roland Garros and US Open (w/Dlouhy)…Also won at Australian Open (‘99). 1999 (w/Bhupathi). GRAND SLAM HISTORY BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 16-22 10 RR 09 RR 08 RR 07 SF 06 SF (08-10 w/Dlouhy. Semifinalist: Madrid* (w/Dlouhy). won two titles (w/Damm) and SF at Tennis Masters Cup…In ’06. Finalist — 2001 (w/Bhupathi).LEANDER PAES (IND) Birthdate: June 17. 2004 (w/Rikl). Vece.2010 (w/Black). Roland Garros. Roland Garros (‘99.2009 (w/Dlouhy). WIMBLEDON: Champion . CINCINNATI: Champion — 2001 (w/Bhupathi).240 in ’97. CAREER TITLES (1): 1998 – Newport(G). 1999) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 5 (32-20) 2009: 8 (28-17) 2008: 10 (41-26) 2007: T12 (40-19) 2006: 2005: 2004: 2003: 12 (33-20) 12 (36-19) 13 (42-18) 13 (36-15) 2002: 2001: 2000: 1999: 33 (24-23) 9 (38-15) 85 (18-14) 1 (48-14) 1998: 4 (55-16) 1997: 14 (44-17) 1996: 89 (5-13) 1995: 76 (13-10) 1994: 142 (5-8) 1993: 89 (8-8) 1992: 214 (4-1) 1991: 477 (3-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $479. earned four titles and reached two finals…In ’03. Florida. captured his 40th ATP tour level title in Bangkok and reached US Open final (w/Dlouhy)…In ’07. 1 in ‘99 with Bhupathi. 3.888. won two titles and was runner-up at ATP World Doubles Chp. Shanghai*(w/Melzer). STUTTGART: Finalist — 1998 (w/Bhupathi). MADRID: Finalist — 2005 (w/Zimonjic). Mixed Champion . to Chardy-Gicquel). 24…First Indian in singles Top 100 and to win a title since Krishan in ‘90…Won ‘90 Wimbledon junior title and reached No. Godwin) and reached a career-high No.2006 (w/Damm). won four titles. ROME: Champion — 1998 (w/Bhupathi). Dubai. 1998) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (June 21. ‘s-Hertogenbosch (w/Dlouhy). SHANGHAI: Champion — 2010 (w/Melzer) PARIS: Champion — 1998 (w/Bhupathi). US OPEN: Champion .2010 (w/Dlouhy). 1999 (w/Bhupathi). singles SF at Atlanta Olympics and earned bronze medal…Went 99-98 in singles before committing to doubles in ‘01…In ’98. Finalist .78m) Residence: Mumbai. Dubai (l. was captain of the basketball team…Has most Olympic appearances by an Asian athlete with five…Carried Indian flag during opening ceremonies of 2000 Sydney Olympics and won singles bronze in Atlanta…In 2001.2010 (w/Black). ROLAND GARROS: Champion . he and Bhupathi received India’s highest honor.2008 (w/Black). USA Weight: 171 (77kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 556-295 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5. FINALIST (32).986. 1 ranked team and No.2008 (w/Dlouhy). PERSONAL Father. Finalist . 1 individually…In ‘98 won six doubles titles (w/Bhupathi)…In ’97. to Lindstedt-Tecau)…Won title in Shanghai* (w/Melzer) in first-time pairing.COM .439 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 44/32 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 73 (August 24.2009 (w/Dlouhy). (w/Bhupathi)…Tore tendon in right wrist and missed three months…In ’99. Finalist: Brisbane. won two titles (w/Bhupathi)…In ’01. Mixed Champion . AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Finalist . MONTREAL/TORONTO: Champion — 2004. and mother. India/Orlando. 05 w/Zimonjic. Matches won-lost: ATP: 32-20 (doubles) Challenger: 3-1 (doubles). including Roland Garros…Runner-up in Brisbane (l. 1999 (w/Bhupathi). 1973 Turned Pro: 1991 Birthplace: Calcutta. 2006). 2010 IN REVIEW The veteran Indian won a title for 14th straight season and qualified w/ Dlouhy for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals for third consecutive year (0-3 in round robin)…Won Miami* and reached four other finals. MONTE CARLO: Champion — 2005 (w/Zimonjic). ’01). India Height: 5’10” (1. MIAMI: Champion — 2010 (w/Dlouhy). DOUBLES (6-6 in Finals).1999 (w/Bhupathi).

PHILIPP PETZSCHNER (GER) Birthdate: March 24. won first Challenger title in Rennes (d. 11. Muller) and qualified for first Grand Slam at US Open where he rallied from two sets down to beat countryman Becker before falling to No. Munich. FINALIST (2). 125 to No. won Zagreb and first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon (w/Melzer)…Suffered right ankle injury on Sept. CAREER TITLES (1): 2008 – Vienna(IH). Wimbledon(w/Melzer). Finalist: Stuttgart(w/Kas). Dewi (Married Dec. Germany Height: 6’1” (1. Behrend in final)…Idols growing up were Goran Ivanisevic and Seve Ballesteros…Considers hard courts his best surface. 17 Youzhny in four sets during fourth rubber…Played mostly Challengers from ‘01-07. 72. Singles Semifinalist: Zagreb. 2010 IN REVIEW The German finished a year-end best No. son. Doubles Winner: Zagreb(w/Melzer). Russia and lost to No. OPEN 0-2 ROLAND GARROS 1-2 WIMBLEDON 5-3 US OPEN 3-3 10 1ST 1ST 3RD 2ND 09 1ST 2ND 3RD 2ND 08 — — 2ND — 07 — — — 2ND CAREER 1-2 10 RR (w/Melzer) DOUBLES (1-0 in Finals).074 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 0-1 (doubles). 35 on Sept. Lopez and Monfils…Third qualifier to win title during season…Afterwards climbed from No. Germany Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 50-61 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1.10 Haas in four sets…Missed over two months with shoulder injury…Made Davis Cup debut in SF vs. Petsche…Comes from Bavarian city of Bayreuth. his first Top 100 appearance…In doubles. WIMBLEDON: Champion . Munich (clay) and Halle (grass)…Reached 3rd RD at Wimbledon for second straight year and at ATP Masters 1000 events in Miami* and Monte Carlo*…In doubles. Semifinalist: Brisbane(w/Melzer). in Zagreb and Memphis (hard). 12 in Austrian league match and came back two months later for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London where they went 1-2 in round robin play…Went 22-16 in doubles.2010 (w/Melzer) ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 9-11) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-1 MIAMI 2-1 MONTE-CARLO 2-1 MADRID 1-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 2-2 CINCINNATI 1-2 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 0-1 10 2ND 3RD 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST — — 09 — — — — 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST PERSONAL Began playing at age four with his father who had a tennis school…Turned pro at 18…Nicknamed Picasso. Memphis. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2).85m) Residence: Pulheim. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 57 (21-19) 2009: 80 (15-25) 2008: 66 (10-9) 2007: 184 (1-2) 2006: 307 (0-0) 2005: 307 (0-2) 2004: 394 (1-1) 2003: 327 (2-3) 2002: 395 (0-0) 2001: 762 (0-0) 2000:T1247 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $702. 14…In ’08. ATPWORLDTOUR. 2009).058.058. 57 in singles and No. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 19 (August 2.COM 145 . 22-16 (doubles) Challenger: 1-1 (singles). especially indoors. and best shots are his serve and forehand…His favorite movis is The Legend of Bagger Vance and actor is Jason Statham…Enjoys playing golf (has 14 handicap) and football…Wife. was one of two Germans (Kohlschreiber) to win a title…Breakthrough came as qualifier in Vienna by posting first Top 10 win over Wawrinka in opening round and continued with victories over Hernych.830. compiling a 68-55 match record and 1-4 in finals…Has a 2-2 Davis Cup record (2-1 in doubles) in three ties. playing 13 events w/Melzer…Finished No. Moya. 20 in doubles…Reached four singles SFs on three different surfaces. same as countryman Florian Mayer…Captured German national championship in 2004 (d. reached first final in Vienna (w/Peya) and advanced to QF at Wimbledon (w/Peya) and US Open (w/Kas)…In ’07. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 6-5) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER AUS. 1984 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Bayreuth. missed two months with a left wrist stress fracture before returning in late April…Best result was QF in Metz in September…Reached a career-high No. Halle. 10 in ATP Team Rankings and earned a career-high $702. Aziz…Coached by Dutchman Jan Velthuis. Munich(w/Kas). Top 10: 2-9 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 35 (September 14. Matches won-lost: ATP: 21-19 (singles). CAREER IN REVIEW The German has finished in Top 100 for three straight years…In ’09.

386. 0-1 (doubles) Challenger: 27-14 (singles). at Biella (d. Top 10: 1-12 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 59 (June 19. compiling his best results on Challenger level. to Lee)…In doubles. Italian and Greek…At age 17. 1979 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Darmstadt. CAREER IN REVIEW The German has finished twice in Top 100 during his career. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 55 (April 23. compiled a 34-22 match record in Challengers. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 102 (9-13) 2007: 181 (4-10) 2004: 151 (5-4) 2009: 111 (12-17) 2006: 78 (16-26) 2003: 157 (1-4) 2008: 117 (3-4) 2005: 82 (10-14) 2002: 151 (1-6) 2001: 182 (2-4) 1998: 440 (0-1) 2000: 209 (0-4) 1997: 738 (0-0) 1999: 326 (3-2) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $191. Singles Quarterfinalist: Bucharest. in ‘05 at No. Aileen (two years younger)…Enjoys a variety of food such as Indonesian. San Jose. is German and a housewife. reached QF in Tokyo and runner-up at Ljubijana Challenger…Earned a career high of $348.75m) Residence: Weilerswist. Chinese (dim sum). Awie (pronounced Arvie). 78…Has compiled his best results in Challenger play with a 214-182 record and 4-9 in finals…In ‘06. advanced to first ATP World Tour SF in Tokyo (l. won a personal-best 16 matches on ATP World Tour. to Ancic) and won Busan Challenger title in Korea…In ’04. 82 and ’06 at No.BJORN PHAU (GER) Birthdate: October 4. captured German national indoor junior championships and was invited with three other players to join Mercedes-Benz junior team…Considers speed his strength and best shot his crosscourt forehand (along with backhand down line)…Favorite surface is hard courts…Growing up he admired speed of Michael Chang.626. Germany Weight: 154 (69kg) Career Win-Loss: 66-109 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. Germany Height: 5’9” (1. groundstrokes of Andre Agassi and mental toughness of Boris Becker (used to practice with him)…Coached by Robert Orlik. both on clay…Reached QFs or better in eight Challenger tournaments…Went 27-14 in Challengers and 9-13 in ATP World Tour play with his best result QF in Bucharest (l. to Schuettler)…Reached a career-high No. reached fourth ATP SF in Houston and QF in Chennai and St. Bolelli) and Alessandria (d. reached final in Munich (w/Peya) and QF at Roland Garros (w/Peya)…In ’05. to Berdych) and final at Seoul Challenger (l. 2010 IN REVIEW The German veteran finished just outside Top 100. reached final at one Challenger and SF in two others…In ’06. Petersburg…In ’08. is Indonesian and a chemist…Parents met at a German university in early 1970s…Has one sister. 9 Agassi (l. winning a pair of titles in Italy. 59 on June 19 that year…In ’09. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-2) AUS. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 2-5 0-3 0-3 3-7 10 — — — 1ST 10 1ST — — — 09 1ST — 1ST 1ST 09 1ST 3RD — — 08 — — — 1ST 07 1ST — — — 07 1ST — — 1ST 06 — 2ND 1ST 1ST 06 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 05 — 2ND — — 05 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 03 1ST — — — 01 — — — 2ND 00 — 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 4-11) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 0-3 MIAMI 2-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 0-1 PERSONAL Began playing at age four…Mother. father. reaching two finals and best ATP result was SF in Beijing…In ’07. highlighted by SF in Casablanca and QFs in Chennai. reached QF in Tokyo (l. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Dubai and Tokyo…In Dubai. Berlocq). posted first Top 10 win over No. to eventual champ Chela). Gisela. 4-3 (doubles).695 in ‘06. 146 . Matches won-lost: ATP: 9-13 (singles).378 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs.

grass) and indoor courts…Growing up he admired Michael Stich…Considers his serve and forehand as strengths…Considers his best moments thus far in his career as beating Great Britain's Daniel Evans in fifth and deciding Davis Cup singles match in September 2009 and defeating No. Bloomfield)…Has a 10-7 career Davis Cup singles record in 11 ties. to Lu) and also won a Davis Cup match against Latvia in September…His victory at All England Club was his first in a Grand Slam tournament…Earned a career-high $205. 109 Jerzy Janowicz No. 70 Kubot) finished in Top 100 for first time with a year-end best No. 41 Michal Przysiezny No. 10 Lukasz Kubot No. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 171 (March 5. 2010 ATPWORLDTOUR. qualified for first Grand Slam tournament at US Open (l. 1984 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Glogow.594. 76 Wojtek Kowalski No. 607 and highlights included three straight Futures titles. 1988 Nov. 2010 Nov. mother. is a school director…Has one younger sister. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-4) ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-1 1-1 0-2 10 1ST 2ND 1ST 07 — — 1ST PERSONAL: Began playing tennis at age nine when he found a wood racket in his garage…Nicknamed Olowek…Father. 2 ranked Pole (behind No. Berrer) and winner at Wrexham Challenger (d. Marta…Speaks Polish. Poland Height: 6’1” (1. one in Germany and two in Belarus and title at Helsinki Challenger as a qualifier (d. started season ranked No. POLES REACH CAREER HIGHS In 2010.MICHAL PRZYSIEZNY (POL) Birthdate: February 16.770 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. 1977 April 12. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. 2010 July 25.594. Michael Przysiezny finished in the Top 100 South African Airways ATP Rankings for the first time in his career. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 86 (2-15) 2009: 184 (1-3) 2008: 619 (2-3) 2007: 230 (4-3) 2006: 263 (4-3) 2005: 405 (1-0) 2004: 342 (0-3) 2003: 456 (0-0) 2002: 781 (0-0) 2001: T1303 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $205. Brieuc and Kazan) in five finals en route to a 34-10 match record…Struggled on ATP World Tour with a 2-15 mark…Posted biggest career win over No. CAREER IN REVIEW The Polish native has worked his way up to ATP World Tour with best results in Challenger and Futures level tournaments…He has a 78-64 challenger match record and 5-2 mark in finals while putting together an 116-66 Futures record (7-3 in finals)…In ’09. 15. Bohli) in final event of year…In ’07. Poland Weight: 185 (84kg) Career Win-Loss: 14-30 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $472. Top 10: 0-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 76 (November 15. Matches won-lost: ATP: 2-15 (singles). 86…Won three Challenger titles (Ortisei. 15 Ljubicic at Wimbledon (l. 22. St. 6-6 (doubles). 161 DATE July 25. 15 Ivan Ljubicic in the first round at Wimbledon in 2010…His goal in 2011 is to break into Top 50…Used to train in Barcelona and Prague but now works out in Wroclaw with his coached Pawel Stadniczenko…Physical trainer is Krzystof Platek and Dariusz Los. is an engineer specialist and introduced tennis to his son. Here is a look at the five highest-ranked Polish players in the history of the ATP Rankings (since 1973): PLAYER CAREER HIGH Wojtek Fibak No. 0-6 (doubles) Challenger: 34-10 (singles). Miroslaw.COM 147 .85m) Residence: Wroclaw. Czech and English…Enjoys fast surfaces (hard. Elzbieta.

to Blake)…In doubles.096. 3 American won career-high four titles (on three different surfaces) in five finals en route to his first Top 20 finish…His four titles were third-most on tour (behind Nadal's seven. 29. Finalist: Houston. 2008 – Las Vegas(H). Chris. 2009 – Los Angeles(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). 3 in aces (739)…In 08. a housewife…Father. London / Queen’s Club(G). 2008 at Dolphins Stadium in Miami…Coached by David Nainkin. to Murray)…On Aug. causing deep cut that required stitches…Cut narrowly missed damaging nerves that could have ended his career…Finished No. 25 with a personal-high 41 match wins…Won Los Angeles (d.252.269 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/5 Career Win-Loss vs. Newport(G). 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 23 (May 17. 1987 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: San Francisco. USA Height: 6’6” (1. l. 2010 IN REVIEW The No.SAM QUERREY (USA) Birthdate: October 7. who is an outstanding volleyball player at Thousand Oaks High School…Had a full scholarship offer to play at Univ. Los Angeles. USA Weight: 200 (90kg) Career Win-Loss: 133-106 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2.)…Was 19-14 on hard. repeated title in Los Angeles (d. Semifinalist: Indian Wells*(w/Isner). 2009 – Auckland(H). won singles (d. New Haven(H). became first American to reach at least three finals in a row since Roddick advanced to four straight in '04…In late September.98m) Residence: Las Vegas. Doubles Winner: San Jose(w/Fish).096. Isner) and doubles (w/Isner)…Runner-up in Houston (l. Ball) and runner-up in four others . FINALIST (5): 2010 – Houston(CL). saving one M. Nevada. beat Isner again for Belgrade title (saving one match point)…Earned his first career grass court title at Queen’s (d. Belgrade. was drafted by Detroit Tigers but chose to play college baseball instead…Has one younger sister Ellen. Fish)…Followed with 4th RD at Wimbledon (l. No. advanced to his first SF in Indianapolis and three QFs to break into Top 50…At Indianapolis. Memphis(w/Isner). to Nadal)…Made Davis Cup debut vs. FINALIST (1). turned in a 4th RD showing (d. Newport (l. Federer’s five)…In Memphis. reached SF in Delray Beach and Indianapolis…Won first title in Las Vegas (d. London / Queen’s Club. won 19 ATP matches. 11-8 on clay and 9-2 on grass…Earned personal-best $1. 10 Blake in QF for first Top 10 victory (l. No. to Ginepri) and New Haven (l. to Djokovic)…At US Open. to del Potro). CAREER INDIAN WELLS 6-5 MIAMI 3-5 MONTE-CARLO 3-1 ROME 0-2 MADRID 1-2 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-3 CINCINNATI 7-5 SHANGHAI 1-1 PARIS 1-3 10 3RD 2ND — 1ST 1ST 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 09 3RD 2ND — 1ST 2ND 1ST 3RD — — 08 2ND 2ND QF — — 1ST 2ND — 2ND 07 2ND 2ND — — — — QF — 1ST 06 2ND 1ST — — — — 1ST — — . OPEN 4-4 ROLAND GARROS 0-4 WIMBLEDON 4-4 US OPEN 9-5 10 1ST 1ST 4TH 4TH 09 1ST 1ST 2ND 3RD 08 3RD 1ST 1ST 4TH 07 3RD 1ST 1ST 1ST 06 — — — 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 23-27) 148 DOUBLES (0-1 in Finals). jumped more than 600 ranking positions with three Challenger titles…Has an 1-4 career Davis Cup singles record in three ties…As a junior. reached QF at US Open juniors in ‘04 and Roland Garros juniors in ‘05…Also won back-to-back junior hard court titles at USTA Spring Championships and Easter Bowl in April ‘05… CAREER TITLES (6): 2010 – Memphis(IH). 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 18 (39-24) 2009: 25 (41-23) 2008: 39 (28-26) 2007: 63 (19-22) 2006: 127 (6-11) 2005: T756 (0-0) 2004: N/R (0-0) 2003: T1405 (0-0) 2002: N/R (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1. Blake…Advanced to QF in Cincinnati* (l.252. Matches won-lost: ATP: 39-24 (singles).P. Indianapolis(H). Singles Winner: Memphis. Spain and lost to Nadal in four sets and Lopez in dead rubber…In ’07. Belgrade(CL). finished in Top 25 for first time at No. vs. to Chela)…In May. Los Angeles(H). to Ram).Finalist . Anderson)… Advanced to QF at Monte-Carlo* (l.2010 (w/Isner) PERSONAL: Full name is Sam Austin Querrey…Began playing tennis at age four when introduced by his mother. 14 Karlovic. Indianapolis (l. beat No. 23-14 (doubles). reached QF at US Open (w/Kendrick)…In ’06. of Southern California before deciding to turn pro in June 2006…Hobbies include playing basketball. CAREER IN REVIEW The American has finished in Top 40 for past three seasons…Has a 6-5 record in finals…In ‘09. 4 Murray. California. Finalist: Rome*(w/Isner). table tennis and golf…A Los Angeles Clippers (NBA) fan…Favorite surface is hard courts and considers serve and forehand his strength…Hit two home runs in batting practice on Mar. Semifinalist: San Jose. Mike. to Tursunov in SF)…Fired a career-high 34 aces.982. is a mortgage banker. ROME .Auckland (l. 1. suffered season-ending right arm injury in Bangkok when glass table he was sitting on collapsed. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-3) CAREER AUS. Top 10: 8-26 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 18 (November 15. including a record 10 in a row. to Verdasco)…With LA title.

Triple gold medalist at first Islamic Solidarity Games in Saudi Arabia in 2005. 10 that year…In doubles. would have been "a cricketer or a pilot"…Supports Liverpool and Real Madrid football clubs…Favorite sporting personalities are Michael Jordan and Mohammad Ali…Recipient of many awards including: President’s Award for Performance by the Government of Pakistan on 14 August 2004. advanced to his first ATP World Tour QF (d. DOUBLES (0-1 in Finals). Selected as a "Champion of Peace" by Peace and Sport World Forum. 18 individually. St. to Fish-Knowles)…Runner-up at New Haven (l. played mostly Challenger and Futures level tournaments…Has a 46-17 career Davis Cup record (29-13 in singles) in 17 ties. jumped from No. to Moya in 1st RD) and reached ATP doubles final in Newport (w/Bopanna) and went 3-2 in Challenger finals…In '07. to Melo-Soares)…Advanced to QF at Wimbledon (l. 1 Bryans in two tie-breaks…Afterwards. runner-up for the 2003 Anne Frank Award For Moral Courage by the Anne Frank Trust. Pakistan Height: 6’0” (1. when he started playing tennis…Speaks Urdu. to Norman)…Then reached final at Nottingham Challenger (l. defeating No. and MoodieNorman in QF before falling to World No. including US Open…Advanced to final in Casablanca (l.218. 15 to No. to A. Fish. Wimbledon and Newport…Reached 2nd RD in first two events and posted his highest-ranked win over No. 1 tennis player…Brother Zain (businessman and sports writer) and sister Shiza Hassan (a fashion clothing designer)…Runs a family-run charity 'Haq Foundation'…Educated at Punjab University Lahore…Goals in tennis "to make it a popular sport in Pakistan. 1980 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Lahore. a SF in Indianapolis (w/Querrey) and a 3rd RD at Wimbledon appearance (w/P. 39-22 (doubles) Challenger: 7-4 (doubles). 2010) YEAR-END ATP RANKING DOUBLES HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 18 (39-22) 2007: 100 (2-2) 2009: 59 (8-8) 2006: 365 (2-2) 2008: 85 (9-13) 2005: 164 (2-1) 2004: 136 (1-0) 2003: 187 (1-5) 2002: 102 (6-2) 2001: 171 (3-1) 1998: T1000 (0-0) 2000: 211 (0-0) 1999: 365 (0-1) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $266. Petersburg (l. to Lindstedt-Tecau) then did not drop a set en route to first Grand Slam final at US Open. 125 on Dec. Monaco in 2010…Coached by Robert Davis (since 1998). Matches won-lost: ATP: 1-1 (singles). to Lindstedt-Tecau) and Nice (l. a former Pakistan No. presented the Prince Henrik Medal of Honour by the Royal Kingdom of Denmark…Mother is Nosheen Ihtsham. CAREER IN REVIEW The top Pakistani played mostly ATP qualifying and Challengers in singles tournaments in ‘08-09 before dedicating to doubles full-time in ‘10…Has compiled a 94-113 singles match record in Challengers (1-1 in finals) and 172-70 in Futures (15-5 in finals)…In ‘09. Doubles Winner: Johannesburg(w/Bopanna). his best singles results came on grass. GRAND SLAM HISTORY PERSONAL Enjoyed cricket and swimming before aged 12. Pakistan Weight: 172 (78kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 73-57 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $793. FINALIST (7). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1).COM 149 . to win a Grand Slam and to win a gold medal for Pakistan at the Asian Games"…Favorite surface is grass…Favorite shot is backhand volley and tournament is Wimbledon…Idols growing up were Stefan Edberg and Boris Becker…If he wasn't a tennis player. 1 Bryans in QF (l. qualifying in three tournaments in Halle. Petersburg(w/Bopanna). Beck-Levy) and advanced to five other finals. K. 6 in ATP Team Rankings…Runner-up in St. Amrirtraj)…In '08.AISAM-UL-HAQ QURESHI (PAK) Birthdate: March 17. An)…Reached a career-high No. New Haven. UK. Washington(w/Bopanna). Semifinalist: Los Angeles.526 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 1/7 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 125 (December 10. Nice. Salam Pakistan Youth Award by President of Pakistan on 14 August 2007. to Bracciali-Starace)…Led ATP with 16-3 Match Tie-Break record…Served as alternates for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London…Finished No. Finalist: Casablanca. Jones)…Closed season with title at New Delhi Challenger (d. to Bryans) and Washington. qualified at US Open (l.83m) Residence: Lahore. 2010 IN REVIEW The Pakistani native teamed with Indian Bopanna to form Indo-Pak Express…Captured their first title together in Johannesburg in February (d. ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year Award for 2002 and 2010 (w/Bopanna). US OPEN: 2010 Finalist (w/Bopanna). ranked No. both career-bests…Earned a career-high $266. to eventual champs Melzer-Petzschner)…Reached back-to-back SFs in Los Angeles (l. 59 in doubles with eight Challenger finals (4-4). Punjabi and English…Nickname is "Somi"…Raised in a sporting family…Father is Ihtsham-ul-Haq. ATPWORLDTOUR. reached first ATP final in Mumbai (w/Bopanna)…From ‘98-06. Healey. 11 Gasquet in Halle…In Newport. defeating Nestor-Zimonjic in 3rd Rd. US Open. l. 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 16 (November 8. 8 in ATP Team Rankings and No. a businessman.218.

reached his last Tour QF in Bucharest…Has compiled a 259-160 match record in Challengers with an 8-8 mark in finals…Earned a career-high $321. Granollers)… Also reached finals in Rijeka (l. l.537. Here is a look at the leaders: PLAYER 1) Carlos Berlocq (ARG) 2) Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo (ESP) 3) Rui Machado (POR) 4) Pere Riba (ESP) 5) Filippo Volandri (ITA) 6) Albert Ramos-Vinolas (ESP) 7) Blaz Kavcic (SLO) 8) Go Soeda (JPN) 9) Brian Dabul (ARG) Tobias Kamke (GER) W-L 57-22 47-20 44-20 43-14 39-18 38-23 37-19 36-15 35-16 35-17 TITLES 3 3 2 3 2 2 3 1 3 2 150 . 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 70 (November 19. Top 10 opponents in ’06 and his highest-ranked win came over No. mother. No. in Pozoblanco (d. Matches won-lost: ATP: 1-4 (singles). Doubles Semifinalist: Buenos Aires(w/Ferrer).465 in ’06. Viña del Mar. to No. 56 in ’06 when he won a personal-high 25 matches…His best Grand Slam result came at Roland Garros where he reached 4th RD (d. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 77 (1-4) 2007: 131 (9-18) 2004: 133 (7-19) 2001: 152 (1-1) 1998:T625 (0-0) 2009: 157 (4-10) 2006: 56 (25-20) 2003: 80 (5-11) 2000: 349 (0-0) 2008: 118 (1-6) 2005: 116 (5-5) 2002: 145 (0-3) 1999: 376 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $126. No. 11 Gonzalez) in February.83m) Residence: Alicante. to Ljubicic)…Cracked Top 50 at No. 2 that year…Posted a 3-3 mark vs. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-3) AUS.931 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Bautista-Agut). Przysiezny) and SF four other times…Went 1-4 in ATP World Tour play with his lone win in Santiago (d. is a housewife…Has two older sisters. Crivoi. Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo compiled the second-most Challenger match wins (47). Kosice (d. 1978 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Alicante. Krajinovic) and Rabat (d. Top 10: 3-12 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 50 (October 2. Spain Height: 6’0” (1. 2916 (doubles).346. 5 Blake in New Haven…His best result is SFs five times – Casablanca in ’07. 50 on Oct. Rebeca and Raquel…Enjoys all sports and going out with his friends…Considers clay as favorite surface…Coached by Diego Dinomo. CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has put together three Top 100 year-end rankings. owns a sports shop. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (3). Kavcic) and St. 77 in ‘10 and a season-ending best No. Jose Maria. Spain Weight: 163 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 58-97 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. CHALLENGER MATCH WINS LEADERS In 2010. 80 in ‘03. 2010 IN REVIEW The Alicante native finished in Top 100 for first time since ‘06…Compiled a 47-20 match record and won three Challenger clay court titles. Brieuc (d.RUBEN RAMIREZ HIDALGO (ESP) Birthdate: January 6. 3-4 (doubles) Challenger: 47-20 (singles). l. Ferrer. Amersfoort and Palermo in ’06 and Sopot in ’03…In ’09. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-2 3-3 0-3 0-5 CAREER 0-1 0-2 1-1 2-2 10 — — — 1ST 08 — — 2ND — 09 — — — 1ST 07 — 1ST — — 07 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 06 — — — 3RD 06 — 4TH 1ST 1ST 04 1ST 1ST — 1ST 04 1ST 1ST 1ST — 03 — — — 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 3-6) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME PERSONAL Full name is Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo…Began playing tennis at age eight with his parents…Father. Jeanine.

ending in the Top 100 for the first time.83m) Residence: Barcelona. 42 No. Brasov (l. Pedro Ramon Riba Camarasa. Munich and Roland Garros. Lopez).352. Bytorn (d. Ramos-Vinolas) and reaching finals at Tanger (l. 1988 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Barcelona. Ramos-Vinolas) and Banja Luka (l. 2010 IN REVIEW The Spaniard broke through to finish in Top 100 for first time in his career…Posted a 43-14 match record (all on clay) in Challengers and won three clay titles. 4-7 (doubles) Challenger: 43-14 (singles). SPANIARDS ON THE RISE Pere Riba posted his career-best South African Airways ATP Ranking this season. works for TV3 in Barcelona and mother.302 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Bagnis) and Cancun (d. 71 No. Merce. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 81 (June 7. to Rufin)…Qualified three times in ATP World Tour events in Barcelona (1st RD). Maria Rosa Madrid Roca. to M. to de Bakker) and Florianopolis (l. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 72 (6-14) 2009: 121 (2-3) 2008: 157 (0-0) 2007: 267 (1-1) 2006: 642 (0-0) 2005: T909 (0-0) 2004: T1077 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $244. Darcis). is a student…Speaks Spanish. broke out by winning Seville Challenger title (d. Berlocq)… Also reached back-to-back finals in Seville (l. Ilhan) along with two SF appearances…Went 6-14 in ATP World Tour level play with 2nd RD results in Santiago. clay his best surface and favorite tournaments are Roland Garros and Madrid*…Future goal is to break into Top 10…Favorite tennis memory was his victory in Davis Cup juniors in ‘04…Trains in home town of Barcelona with countrymen and former ATP pros David De Miguel and Jordi Arrese…Physical trainer is Jose “Mestre” Salvat. Top 10: 0-0 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 72 (November 22. 1 No. 15 No.COM RANK No. in Barletta (d. plus a 3rd RD finish in Hamburg…Earned a career-high $244.352. Spain Height: 6’0” (1. 56 151 . to Navarro)…Also went 2-1 in Spanish Futures finals…In '07. played primarily Futures events in Spain. qualified for first ATP tournament in Umag and lost to Moya in 2nd RD…Had 1-5 mark in Futures finals…From ‘04-06. Spain Weight: 156 (70kg) Career Win-Loss: 9-18 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $446. 21-12 (doubles). Hamburg and Bucharest (2nd RD in both)…In '08. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-1) ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-1 0-1 0-1 CAREER 0-1 10 2ND 1ST 1ST 10 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 0-1) MADRID PERSONAL Began playing at age six…Nicknamed “El Mago”…Father.PERE RIBA (ESP) Birthdate: April 7. is a housewife…Younger brother. Italian and English…Supports Real Zaragoza…Considers forehand best shot. Matches won-lost: ATP: 6-14 (singles). 72 No. Burzi) and runner-up at Medjugorge (l. won first Challenger title in Seville (d. He is the youngest of the six Spaniards 25-years-old or younger in the 2010 year-end Top 100: AGE 22 24 24 24 25 25 PLAYER Pere Riba Rafael Nadal Marcel Granollers Pablo Andujar Nicolas Almagro Daniel Gimeno-Traver ATPWORLDTOUR. CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has worked his way up to ATP World Tour level competition with successful Challenger and Futures results…Has a 120-76 match record in Challengers and 5-6 in finals…Has also compiled a 94-58 total in Futures events and 4-7 in finals…In ‘09.

along with No. won two titles and served as first alternate for Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai…In ’06. retiring in Barcelona and pulled out of Rome* and Madrid*. MONTE-CARLO: Champion . 2005 – Estoril(CL). 2008 – Båstad(CL). received Men’s Health “Most Stylish Man” in Spain award. including Hamburg* in ’06…Year-end best ranking of No. Beijing(H). 2006 – Hamburg*(CL). 5 Moya) finished in Top 20 for first time…Won title in hometown of Barcelona (d. 2007 – Sopot(CL). Indian Wells*. 1 Hewitt in five sets and three-time champion Kuerten before losing to defending champion Costa in five sets…In ’01. Matches won-lost: ATP: 20-23 (singles). Lopez).TOMMY ROBREDO (ESP) Birthdate: May 1. Spain Height: 5’11” (1. 3-2) by posting two singles wins in 1st RD and SF ties…In ’03. 1982 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Hostalric. a tennis coach.80m) Residence: San Cugat del Valles. Metz. Spain Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 397-251 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $8. 2003 – Stuttgart(CL).)…Father.675 in ’06. 2 Spaniard (behind No. Buenos Aires(CL). ’05. joining Federer (11). except ’08) and is 9-7 in finals…Eight of his titles have come on clay.732.A. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 50 (20-23) 2007: 10 (49-26) 2004: 13 (43-25) 2001: 30 (37-20) 1998: 514 (0-0) 2009: 16 (46-25) 2006: 7 (49-29) 2003: 21 (38-26) 2000: 131 (0-2) 2008: 21 (37-23) 2005: 20 (44-24) 2002: 30 (32-26) 1999: 243 (2-2) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $658. ’09 Roland Garros. 2006 – Barcelona(CL). 2007 – Auckland(H). Angel. Gaudio in five sets)…Also helped his country win Davis Cup title (d. he and his father met the band at Wembley Arena in London…Mother. No. Miami*(w/Almagro).356.363 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 9/7 Career Win-Loss vs. was a big fan of the The Who and named his son after the group…In June 2007. 18 Ferrero…In ’04. 2001 – Casablanca(CL). won Båstad…In doubles. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 16 (April 20. No. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 10-4) AUS. U. FINALIST (7): 2008 – Warsaw(CL). 2001 – Sopot (CL). to Nadal)…In ’05. CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 20 for five of six years (‘04-09. was an assistant tennis coach and now a housewife…Supports FC Barcelona and favorite player is Puyol…Considers forehand his best shot and clay is favorite surface but knows it is absolutely necessary to play on all surfaces…Appeared in “People en Español” in September 2007 issue and “UK Cosmopolitan” magazine in July 2007…In October 2007. Top 10: 16-66 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 5 (August 28. broke into Top 10 on May 8 shortly after reaching Barcelona final (l.2008 (w/Nadal) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 1-2 06 RR PERSONAL Full name is Tommy Robredo Garces…Began playing tennis at age five…Grew up playing on hard courts at Olot Swimming Club and at age 14 first played on clay courts at Spanish Federation Tennis Center in Barcelona (C. Dolores. 2004 – Barcelona(CL). 2 Nadal. DOUBLES (1-0 in Finals). won first title in Sopot (d. No. and ’07 Australian Open…In ’09. 20-16 (doubles). won back-to-back titles in Costa do Sauipe and Buenos Aires…In ’08. Doubles Semifinalist: Dubai(w/M.R. won Orange Bowl 16-under in ‘98 and in ‘00 reached final at Roland Garros (l. one of four Spaniards in year-end Top 20. FINALIST (5). CAREER TITLES (9): 2009 – Costa do Sauipe(CL). Ljubicic (10) and Roddick (10) as only active players with such a streak…Did not win title for first time since ‘05…Fewest match wins (20) since ‘00…Reached SF in Båstad and two QFs…Struggled with back injury in spring. 2010 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished his 10th consecutive Top 50 season.S. 8 months in year-end ATP Top 30…In juniors. 7 in ’06…Won 49 in ‘06 and ’07… Five-time Grand Slam QF – ‘03. ’07.454. 152 . to Mathieu)…Has an 8-11 career Davis Cup record (5-7 in singles) in 13 ties…Earned a career-high $1. won his second title at Monte Carlo* (w/Nadal)…In ’07. reached first Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros by beating No. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). Bastad(CL). US Open(w/Granollers). Portas) and finished as second-youngest player (behind Roddick) at 19 years. Singles Semifinalist: Båstad. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 14-10 29-10 9-10 25-10 10 1ST 1ST 1ST 4TH 09 4TH QF 3RD 4TH 08 2ND 3RD 2ND 4TH 07 QF QF 2ND 3RD 06 4TH 4TH 2ND 4TH 05 3RD QF 1ST 4TH 04 1ST 4TH 2ND 4TH 03 1ST QF 3RD 1ST 02 2ND 3RD 1ST 3RD 01 1ST 4TH 2ND 4TH ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* CAREER W-L: 104-77 BEST RESULT: WON (Hamburg ‘06). Metz(IH). Quarterfinalist: Auckland. 15 Ferrer.

to Verdasco in three sets)…. to its first Davis Cup title since ‘95 by going 6-0 in Cup play as U.612. 1 Federer in QF in Miami* (l. back into ‘06 World Group by wins over ATPWORLDTOUR. Miami*. 1982 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Omaha. to Blake)…Dropped out of Top 10 on July 10 for first time since Oct. Houston.917. suffered a 2nd RD loss to Tipsarevic in four sets. 9 (at No. McEnroe-41)…In ’09. won his lone title in Memphis and runner-up in Doha. 11) and slipped to No.S. Top 10 opponents.S. 2010 IN REVIEW Top American finished in Top 10 for a ninth straight year. to Ljubicic in two tie-breaks)…Then in Miami*. reached final in San Jose (l. history (behind J. 2003) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 50 (January 11. led U.COM 153 .S. to Fish)…Fell out of Top 10 on Aug. won Cincinnati* title (d. Basel.S. to Federer) and runner-up in Memphis (l. Russia). put together solid results at first two ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments with runner-up in Indian Wells* (d. holding 37 straight service games. CAREER IN REVIEW One of most consistent performers in U. did not drop serve until final game of match. but withdrew after one match due to a right ankle injury…In ‘07. Stepanek)…Followed at Australian Open with QF. captured three ATP World Tour titles (San Jose. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 8 (48-18) 2009: 7 (48-15) 2008: 8 (49-18) 2007: 6 (54-16) 2006: 6 (49-20) 2005: 3 (59-14) 2004: 2 (74-18) 2003: 1 (72-19) 2002: 10 (56-22) 2001: 14 (42-16) 2000: 158 (4-5) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1. 4-2 on grass and 2-1 on clay…No. to champion Davydenko)…Only clay event was Rome* retiring in SF with right shoulder injury…Withdrew from Roland Garros. 13 in Shanghai*…In ’08. each time losing to Federer…Has been a stalwart for U. Beijing) in four finals posting wins over Top 3 players for first time in a season…Ended 11-match losing streak to No. 1 Connors. 9 after Cincinnati…Overall was out of Top 10 for four weeks…At US Open. 2 in aces (815)…Went 4-5 vs. led U. 1 that year with personal-high six titles in eight finals and was No. 114 Gabashvili…On grass.026. Finalist: San Jose. to Simon)… Missed Toronto* after he found out he was struggling with a mild case of mononucleosis…Returned in Cincinnati* and posted wins over No. tennis history with a 29-19 mark in singles finals. Paris*. to Fish) and followed with 3rd RD in Washington (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 48-18 (singles). Ferrero) and reached fourth career Grand Slam final at US Open (l. Wimbledon and Washington…At All England Club. Memphis. 13 following week before returning on Aug. Davis Cup team with 31-11 singles record in 23 ties from ‘01-09 and led team to title in '07 (d. to Federer)…Went 18-2 during summer after teaming up with former No. Washington and 20th of his career in Lyon… Runner-up at Wimbledon and Cincinnati*…In Davis Cup. Semifinalist: Atlanta. falling to Cilic in five sets…In February. Tokyo. Texas. to Haas)… Won title at Queen’s for fourth time in five years and won title in Washington…In ’06. during year for first time since ‘01 debut…Went 0-3 in Barclays ATP World Tour Finals…Compiled marks of 42-15 on hard. Quarterfinalist: Australian Open.ANDY RODDICK (USA) Birthdate: August 30. 23 at No. 5 Soderling and No. Top 10: 35-61 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (November 3.In March. which first occurred Oct. including Wimbledon three times (‘04-05. USA Weight: 195 (88kg) Career Win-Loss: 555-181 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $19. Singles Winner: Brisbane.697 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 29/19 Career Win-Loss vs. lost in 3rd RD to Sela at Queen’s and followed with 4th RD exit at Wimbledon to Lu 9-7 in fifth set…In July took a wild card into Atlanta and reached SFs (l.S.S. 28.88m) Residence: Austin. Dubai. 1 in service games won (91%) and No.S. won title in Beijing and reached SF in Tokyo…Qualified for sixth straight Tennis Masters Cup. USA Height: 6’2” (1. 4-4 (doubles). defeated Russia 4-1 in final…First American to go undefeated and lead his country to Cup title since Sampras (6-0) in ‘95…Advanced to SF at Australian Open for third time (l. which clinched Russia’s victory…In ’05. Indian Wells*. won titles in San Jose. ’09) and US Open in ’06. its first crown since ‘95…He is second-winningest player in U. Garcia-Lopez)…Returned for final two weeks and reached SF in Basel and QF in Paris*…Did not play Davis Cup for U. l. joining Federer as only active players to accomplish the feat…He and Federer are also only active players to win at least one title for 10 straight years…Opened season in Brisbane. dropped opening rubber to Safin and lost a 17-15 five-setter (4:48) vs. defeated Nadal in SF and Berdych in final to win tournament for second time (‘04)…Dropped serve just twice in six matches. Cincinnati*. ‘02. Soderling in SF. ending a streak of 28 consecutive Grand Slams played…In October. holding 61 of 63 service games…It was his first ATP Masters 1000 title since Cincinnati* in ‘06 and fifth overall…Jumped off to a Tour-best 26-4 start through April 4…Did not play on clay until Roland Garros where he lost in 3rd RD to No. 2. capturing his first title Down Under (d. Nebraska. winning a title every year since ‘01…His biggest title was his lone Grand Slam crown at ’03 US Open where he beat Nalbandian in five sets in SFs (saving one match point) and Ferrero in final…Also last American to win a Slam singles title… Finished No. 1 for a total of 13 weeks before handing over top reigns to Federer on Feb. before Federer won 16-14 in fifth set in longest decisive set in Grand Slam final history…Hit career-high 43 aces in QF win over Hewitt en route… Qualified for year-end championship but withdrew due to left knee injury. his earliest exit since a 1st RD in ‘05…Returned to action in October and reached QFs in Tokyo followed with 2nd RD retirement (right groin) in Shanghai* (vs. for four weeks before returning after Cincinnati* title…In Davis Cup SF in Moscow. Tursunov. ‘04…Has been runner-up in four other Grand Slam events. 3 Djokovic en route to SFs (l. Doubles Semifinalist: Brisbane(w/Blake). including runner-up in Indianapolis (l. Queen’s.

Lee)…First American to capture back-to-back clay titles since Courier in ‘92…Won first hard court title in Washington…Reached US Open QF (l. run to QF included wins over former No. 2009 – Doha(H). 8 mos. including Wimbledon (l. Miami*(H). 2001 – Atlanta(CL). among others…The Andy Roddick Youth tennis program in San Antonio. 2006 – Cincinnati*(H). youngest player (19) in ATP Top 20 and first American teen to win at least three titles in same season since Sampras won four in ‘90…Made Davis Cup debut in 1st RD in Switzerland…In Miami*. 2007 – London / Queen’s Club(G). Houston(CL). Bangkok(IH). Jimmy Buffett. 2009) was model on cover of Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue in 2010…Travels with former ATP trainer Doug Spreen and coached by former ATP pro Larry Stefanki (since December 2008). 2006 – Indianapolis(H). 2004 – San Jose(IH). Texas at age 4 1/2. Voltchkov) on Sept.S. Indianapolis(H). Houston(CL).. to first Davis Cup final since ’97…Recorded world’s fastest serve at 155 mph in Davis Cup SF (vs. Beijing(H). 2007 – Memphis(IH).) and second overall (behind Hewitt.. Indian Wells*(H). becoming second tennis player (Chris Evert) and only 12th athlete (at the time) in three decades to do so…Father. Jerry. 1 in history of ATP Rankings (since 1973)…Sixth American to finish No. Toronto*(H). who trained and lived with Roddick in 1999…Favorite music includes Dave Matthews Band and John Mayer…Wife. Lyon(IC). is director of Andy Roddick Foundation. Indianapolis(H). is an investor. Indianapolis) and runnerup in four other tournaments. 2009 – Memphis(IH). 2005 – Wimbledon(G). 3 mos. 1 junior.Belgium’s Rochus brothers. Cincinnati*(H). London / Queen’s Club(G). Wimbledon(G). Poelten(CL). Washington(H). 2005 – San Jose(IH). captured four titles (San Jose.. 2003. Blanche. FINALIST (3). youngest player (18 yrs. 1 (Sampras-6 times. Miami*(H). 5-4 in finals) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 25-8 MIAMI 31-9 MONTE-CARLO 2-2 ROME 14-7 MADRID 5-7 TORONTO/MONTREAL25-7 CINCINNATI 29-8 SHANGHAI 1-2 PARIS 13-7 08 2ND SF — — — — — SF — QF 3RD — SF 3RD SF 2ND — 2ND 2ND — QF — QF RUP SF WON QF 10 09 07 SF QF — 3RD — QF 3RD — — 06 4TH QF — QF 3RD — — — 05 SF 2ND — 3RD 2ND 1ST — SF 04 QF 03 QF WON 3RD — 1ST 1ST 2ND — 3RD RUP WON RUP SF — 3RD 01 — QF — — — WON RUP QF WON QF 1ST — — — SF QF 2ND 02 — 2ND 3RD SF 2ND 00 — 2ND — — — — 1ST — — DOUBLES (1-0 in Finals). including five setter against Olivier (4:32)…Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup and withdrew due to back injury…In ’04. was an accomplished spring board diver and a member of U.) in year-end Top 200…As No. 2002 – Memphis(IH). London / Queen’s Club(G). CAREER TITLES (29): 2010 – Brisbane(H). (20 yrs. then moved to Boca Raton at age 10…Returned to Austin in November 2003…Played varsity basketball in high school alongside Davis Cup teammate Mardy Fish. McEnroe-4. Wimbledon(G). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-16) AUS. Dubai(H). Houston(CL). in 2001) to finish No. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). Cincinnati*(H). 24…In ’03. ‘92)…Also won Houston title without dropping a set (d. Senior National Team…A University of Nebraska football fan…Moved to Austin. Washington(H). US Open(H). Toronto*(H). 1 junior since Brian Dunn in ‘92. Texas assists 150 disadvantaged children and provides scholarships at all levels of schooling…Won 2004 ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award…Brother John was All-American tennis player at University of Georgia (1996-98). 2008 – Los Angeles(H). Lionel Richie. which has raised over $11 million for nearly 10 charities since 2001…His foundation is supported by Elton John. US Open(H). Agassi-1)…Won six titles on three different surfaces in eight finals…Won Austrlian Open record 21-19 in fifth set in QF win over El Aynaoui…In ’02. Miami*. 1s Rios and Sampras…Made clay debut in Atlanta and dropped one set en route to first title…First American teen to win an ATP title since Chang (Feb. and mother. 2003 – Memphis(IH). 154 .2009 (w/Fish) PERSONAL Full name is Andrew Stephen Roddick…Nicknamed “A-Rod”…Hosted the comedy program Saturday Night Live on November 8. London / Queen’s Club(G). to Cañas)…In ’01. Connors-5. 2003 – St. to Federer)…Led U. INDIAN WELLS: Champion . youngest American to finish in year-end Top 10 since Chang in ‘92…Won Memphis and Houston titles…Finalist in Delray Beach…Reached first ATP Masters 1000 final in Toronto* (l. Houston(CL). 3 mos. Queen’s. Washington(H). 17. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 34-9 9-9 37-10 36-10 CAREER 8-11 10 QF 3RD 4TH 2ND 10 RR 09 SF 4TH RUP 3RD 08 3RD — 2ND QF 07 SF 1ST QF QF 07 SF 06 4TH 1ST 3RD RUP 05 04 03 SF QF SF 2ND 2ND 1ST RUP RUP SF 1ST QF WON 05 04 DNP+ SF 03 SF 02 2ND 1ST 3RD QF 01 — 3RD 3RD QF 00 — — — 1ST BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY 09 08 DNP^ RR 06 RR ^Qualified but w/d due to injury +Played one RR match before w/d due to injury ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 148-60. youngest American (21 yrs. Courier-1. Washington(H). won Australian Open and US Open without dropping a set…First American to win Australian juniors since Buchholz in ‘59…First American No. 2004 – Houston(CL).S. FINALIST (19): 2010 – San Jose(IH). 2002 – Delray Beach(H). to eventual titlist Hewitt)…In ‘00. 2008 – San Jose(IH). Montreal*(H). now head coach at University of Oklahoma…Oldest brother Lawrence. a chiropractor. Brooklyn Decker (married Apr.

MICHAEL

RUSSELL (USA)
Birthdate: May 1, 1978 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan, USA Height: 5’8” (1.73m) Residence: Houston, Texas, USA Weight: 155 (70kg) Career Win-Loss: 41-94 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,314,085 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-10 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 60 (August 13, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 222 (November 12, 2001) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 99 (11-23) 2007: 72 (10-19) 2004: 244 (0-0) 2001: 88 (8-17) 1998: 288 (0-2) 1995: T1273 (0-0) 2009: 83 (2-4) 2006: 145 (0-2) 2003: 496 (1-1) 2000: 156 (1-6) 1997: 346 (0-0) 2008: 259 (3-5) 2005: 363 (0-0) 2002: 160 (5-15) 1999: 228 (0-0) 1996: NR
2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $322,770. Matches won-lost: ATP: 11-23 (singles), 4-10 (doubles) Challenger: 10-4 (singles). Singles Quarterfinalist: San Jose, Atlanta. 2010 IN REVIEW The oldest full-time American on ATP World Tour finished in the Top 100 for the third time in four years… Compiled an 11-23 match record in ATP World Tour level events with first two career QFs in San Jose (l. to Querrey) and Atlanta (l. to Isner)…His best Grand Slam result was 2nd RD at Wimbledon (d. Riba, l. to Fognini in five sets)…Won Honolulu Challenger (d. Zemlja) in January and went 10-4 in Challengers…Earned a careerhigh $322,770. CAREER IN REVIEW The American has compiled his best results on Challenger level with a 208-133 match record and a 12-6 mark in finals…Early on in his career, performed well in Futures events with a 91-24 record (9-2 in finals)…His best Grand Slam result came at Roland Garros in ‘01 when he qualified and defeated Mahut in 1st RD, Bruguera in 2nd RD and Malisse in first five-set match in 3rd RD before facing No. 1 Kuerten…Led by two sets and held match point at 5-3 in third set before losing 36 46 76(7) 63 61 to eventual champion…Finished in Top 100 for first time at No. 88…In ’09, compiled a 42-15 match record in Challengers and won three titles in six finals…In ’07, finished in Top 100 for first time since ‘01 winning 10 ATP level matches and 19-2 mark in Challenger play with three titles…Qualified for Australian Open and took Hewitt to five sets in opening round…Best ATP result came at Indian Wells* advancing to 4th RD with wins over Gicquel, No. 12 Berdych and Garcia-Lopez before losing to Chela…Reached 3rd RD in Washington and Tokyo…First player to qualify in four different Grand Slam events in succession (‘00 Wimbledon, US Open; ‘01 Aust. Open, Roland Garros). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-3)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 6-3 MIAMI 2-2 MADRID 0-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-4 CINCINNATI 0-1 PARIS 0-1

PERSONAL Full name is Michael Craig Russell…Nicknames include “Mussell,” “Wheels” and “Iron Mike”…Began playing tennis at age five with his father, George, a member of Univ. of Michigan’s Big 10 Conference championship team in 1965…Mother, Carole, attended Univ. of Michigan and is an English teacher…Older brother David, played collegiately at Princeton and attended Harvard Business School…Grew up in Michigan and graduated as Valedictorian at Saddlebrook (Fla.) High School in spring 1995…Ranked #1 in U.S. Boys’ 18-Under in 1996… Named NCAA Rookie of the Year and finished No. 7 in collegiate rankings at University of Miami before turning pro in 1998…Favorite food is sushi and Mexican, enjoys working out and favorite place to visit is Hawaii… Considers hard cours his favorite surface…Wife, Lilly (married Nov. 10, 2007) is a fitness competitor.

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SCHUETTLER (GER)
Birthdate: April 25, 1976 Turned Pro: 1995 Birthplace: Korbach, Germany Height: 5’11” (1.80m) Residence: Altstaetten, Switzerland Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 322-324 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $7,193,528 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/8 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 19-38 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 5 (April 26, 2004) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 40 (July 11, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 84 (12-17) 2007: 130 (7-13) 2004: 42 (29-30) 2001: 43 (33-31) 1998: 111 (12-15) 1995: 445 (0-1) 2009: 85 (16-29) 2006: 95 (11-21) 2003: 6 (71-30) 2000: 45 (23-29) 1997: 123 (5-2) 1994:T772 (0-0) 2008: 30 (21-23) 2005: 89 (18-24) 2002: 33 (41-30) 1999: 48 (23-29) 1996: 329 (0-0)
2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $284,955. Matches won-lost: ATP: 12-17 (singles), 5-7 (doubles) Challenger: 16-8 (singles), 0-2 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: London / Queen’s Club. Quarterfinalist: Los Angeles. Doubles Semifinalist: Zagreb(w/Becker). 2010 IN REVIEW The oldest player in year-end Top 100…Reached SF at Queen’s and QF in Los Angeles…Was 16-8 in Challengers and reached back-to-back Greek finals in Athens (l. to Lu) and Rhodes (l. to Sela)…Went 12-17 in ATP play. CAREER IN REVIEW The German has finished in Top 100 in 10 of past 11 seasons (except ‘07) and in Top 50 seven times, including six in a row from ‘99-’04…Has 4-8 lifetime record in finals…Finished year-end best No. 6 in ‘03 with 71-30 record…Won titles in Tokyo and Lyon that year while reaching his lone Grand Slam final at Australian Open (l. to Agassi)…Qualified for season-ending Tennis Masters Cup in Houston in ’03 and defeated No. 1 Roddick in round robin play before losing to Agassi in SF…His last final came at Monte-Carlo* in April ‘04 (l. to Coria) and his last title came in Lyon in October ‘03…In ’08, advanced to SF at Wimbledon (l. to Nadal)…Voted ATP Most Improved Player of Year in ‘03 and ATP Comeback Player of Year in ‘08…Has a 9-9 career Davis Cup record (9-6 in singles) in 11 ties since ‘99…Earned a career-high $1,875,002 in ’03. CAREER TITLES (4): 2003 – Tokyo(H), Lyon(IC); 2001 – Shanghai(H); 1999 – Doha(H). FINALIST (8): 2004 – Monte-Carlo*(CL); 2003 – Australian Open(H), Costa do Sauipe(H); 2002 – Munich(CL); 2001 – Hong Kong(H), St. Petersburg(IH); 2000 – Doha(H); 1999 – Chennai(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (5). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 8-7)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 10-10 MIAMI 4-10 MONTE CARLO 6-7 ROME 3-5 MADRID 0-8 TORONTO/MONTREAL 5-5 CINCINNATI 9-4 SHANGHAI 2-1 PARIS 2-5

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age nine…Parents Karl and Klara; sister, Marita…His most memorable tennis moment came when he was nine years old watching countryman Boris Becker capture Wimbledon in 1985…Enjoys computers, football, basketball, watching movies and hanging out with friends…Big fan of Michael Jordan… Enjoys reading John Grisham novels and lists “There’s Something About Mary” as his favorite film…Considers return and backhand as strengths and hard courts…Coached by Dirk Hordorff (since 1992).

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SCHWANK (ARG)
Birthdate: April 23, 1986 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Rosario, Argentina Height: 6’0” (1.83m) Residence: Rosario, Argentina Weight: 182 (82kg) Career Win-Loss: 32-54 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,166,737 Two-handed backhand Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-6 Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 48 (June 7, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 36 (September 13, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 74 (14-24) 2009: 118 (3-14) 2008: 58 (15-15)

2007: 175 (0-1) 2006: 294 (0-0) 2005: T976 (0-0)

2004: T1253 (0-0) 2003: T1324 (0-0)

2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $549,531. Matches won-lost: ATP: 14-24 (singles), 18-15 (doubles) Challenger: 9-1 (singles), 1-2 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Santiago, Acapulco, Barcelona. Doubles Winner: Stuttgart(w/Berlocq). Finalist: Montpellier(w/M. Lopez). Semifinalist: Wimbledon(w/Chela), US Open(w/Zeballos). 2010 IN REVIEW The Argentine finished in Top 75 for second time in three years…Broke Top 50 for first time at No. 48 on June 7…His best ATP World Tour results were QFs on clay in Santiago, Acapulco (l. to Gonzalez) and Barcelona (d. Hewitt, l. to Soderling)…Began season with a final at Sao Paulo Challenger and followed with title at Bucaramanga Challenger…Reached 2nd round at US Open (l. Clement), his lone Grand Slam match win of year…A member of winning ATP World Team Championship in Düsseldorf…In doubles, won first ATP World Tour title in Stuttgart (w/Berlocq)…Went 12-11 on clay and 2-11on hard courts…Earned a career-high $549,531. CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine broke through in Top 100 for first time in ‘08 when he finished a year-end best No. 58, highlighted by a personal-high 15 match wins and maiden ATP World Tour SF…Also, reached QFs in three other tournaments and advanced to a Grand Slam-best 3rd RD at Roland Garros as a qualifier, defeating former champ Moya in five sets in 1st RD and Granollers (l. to Mathieu)…Went 25-5 in Challengers and won three straight titles…In ’09, slipped to No. 118 and still earned two Challenger titles…In ’07, finished in Top 200 for first time, winning three Futures titles and one Challenger…Enjoyed an outstanding junior career in ‘04, finishing as No. 2 player in world (behind Monfils) and winning five titles in six finals…Biggest title was Banana Bowl in Brazil (d. Andujar)…Has an 81-32 career match record in Challengers and 7-5 in finals…Also 81-29 in Futures with a 9-2 mark in finals. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-0)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 0-1 MIAMI 1-2 MONTE CARLO 0-2 MADRID 1-2 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 SHANGHAI 0-1

PERSONAL Full name is Eduardo Jonatan Schwank…Began playing at age four…Father, Rolando, is deceased…Mother, Marta and has three older brothers, Leonardo, Gerardo and Edoardo…Big fan of Boca Juniors football team… Considers clay his best surface and forehand as best shot…Biggest moment in his career thus far is reaching 3rd RD at Roland Garros in 2008 (d. former champ Moya in five sets in 1st RD)…Coached by former ATP pro and countryman Martin Rodriguez.

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SELA (ISR)
Birthdate: April 4, 1985 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Kiryat Shmonna, Israel Height: 5’9” (1.75m) Residence: Tel Aviv, Israel Weight: 144 (65kg) Career Win-Loss: 62-74 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,276,879 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 3-7 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 29 (July 20, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 122 (February 22, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 75 (16-20) 2009: 43 (18-22) 2008: 91 (17-23)

2007: 66 (10-5) 2006: 240 (0-2) 2005: 171 (1-2)

2004: 260 (0-0) 2003: 325 (0-0) 2002: 472 (0-0)

2001: T1379 (0-0)

2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $283,050. Matches won-lost: ATP: 16-20 (singles), 4-6 (doubles) Challenger: 17-3 (singles), 22 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Chennai. Quarterfinalist: London / Queen’s Club. Doubles Semifinalist: San Jose(w/Istomin). 2010 IN REVIEW The top Israeli finished in Top 100 for a fourth consecutive year…Began season with SF appearance in Chennai (l. Wawrinka) and two months later reached 3rd RD at Indian Wells*…In June, advanced to QF at Queen’s Club in London (d. No. 7 Roddick, l. to Schuettler)…Won a pair of Challenger titles in Rhodes (d. Schuettler) and Vancouver (d. Berankis) en route to 17-3 match record. CAREER IN REVIEW The Tel Aviv resident broke through in ‘09 to finish in Top 50 for first time at a year-end best No. 43, highlighted by a personal-high 18 match wins and Grand Slam-best 4th RD showing at Wimbledon (l. to No. 7 Tsonga)… Became first player from his country to finish in Top 50 since Amos Mansdorf was No. 25 in ‘93…Reached a career-high No. 29 in July and helped Israel to Davis Cup SF for first time…In February, advanced to his second ATP World Tour SF in Memphis (l. to Stepanek)…Became first Israeli to reach 4th RD or better in a Grand Slam since Mansdorf (QF)at ’92 Australian Open…Followed with four-set win over Russia’s Youzhny in second rubber of QF tie (Israel lost to Spain in SF)…In ’08, finished in Top 100 for second straight year at No. 91, highlighted by maiden ATP World Tour final in Beijing (d. No. 5 Ferrer, No. 16 Robredo, l. to Roddick)…Became first Israeli to reach an ATP final since Levy in Nottingham in June ‘01…Helped Israel into ‘09 Davis Cup World Group by winning both his singles matches vs Peru (d. Miranda, Horna)…In ’07, first player from his country to finish in Top 100 since Levy in ‘01…Compiled a 33-14 match record in Challenger play with two titles and went 10-5 (all on hard courts) in ATP level competition…Led his country back into Davis Cup World Group in ‘08 by winning both of his singles matches in playoff tie (was 5-1 during year)…Finished strong by winning both of his matches over Chile’s Massu (in 5:07) and Gonzalez in five-sets marathon (5:01) to lead Israel into World Group…He is first player to win two five-hour plus Davis Cup matches in same tie…Has a 13-10 career Davis Cup singles record in 12 ties…Earned a career-high $393,989 in ’09. CAREER FINALIST (1): 2008 – Beijing(H). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-2)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-2 MIAMI 3-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 0-1 SHANGHAI 0-1

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age seven at Israel Tennis Centre in Kiryat Shmonna…Father, Michael, is a bus driver; mother, Anca, is a nurse…Has two brothers (Ofer, tennis coach and Nir, real estate agent) and sister (Shirley)… Admires former Israeli No. 1 Amos Mansdorf and Roger Federer…Enjoys going to the beach and surfing in Netanyia, Israel…Likes football and supports teams of Kiryat Shmonna and Manchester United…Favorite shot is backhand and prefers hard courts…Best tennis memory is beating Fernando Gonzalez in five hour marathon match in Davis Cup in his home country in September 2007 as Israel beat Chile to reach 2008 World Group… Coached by countryman Eyal Ram (since 2010).

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SEPPI

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Birthdate: February 21, 1984 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Bolzano, Italy Height: 6’3” (1.91m) Residence: Caldaro, Italy Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 144-172 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,914,765 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 5-37 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 27 (July 7, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 77 (November 2, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2010: 52 (24-28) 2009: 49 (24-31) 2008: 35 (30-30)

2007: 50 (22-24) 2006: 75 (20-30) 2005: 69 (19-17)

2004: 135 (5-10) 2003: 285 (0-2) 2002: 346 (0-0)

2001: T803 (0-0) 2000: T1126 (0-0)

2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $563,331. Matches won-lost: ATP: 24-28 (singles), 12-18 (doubles) Challenger: 9-3 (singles), 2-2 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Hamburg, Umag. Quarterfinalist: Båstad. Doubles Finalist: Båstad(w/Vagnozzi), Tokyo(w/Tursunov). Semifinalist: Nice(w/Starace). 2010 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Italian (behind Starace) finished in Top 75 for sixth straight year…Failed to win back-to-back matches until July before reaching QF in Båstad (l. to No. 5 to Soderling)…Advanced to consecutive SFs in Hamburg (l. to Melzer) and Umag (l. to Ferrero)…Won title at Kitzbühel Challenger (d. Crivoi)…In doubles, reached second final at Båstad (w/Vagnozzi), falling to Lindstedt-Tecau…Went 14-10 on clay and 9-15 on hard. CAREER IN REVIEW The Caldaro resident finished in Top 50 for three straight years (‘07-09), including a year-end best No. 35 in ‘08 when he won a personal-high 30 matches…In ’09, reached SFs in Belgrade and Umag…In ’08, his best finish was SF in Hamburg* and four QFs…In ’07, finished in Top 50 for first time at No. 50 highlighted by his first final in Gstaad (l. to Mathieu)…In March, reached final at Sunrise Challenger…In October, reached first ATP indoor SF in Vienna with wins over Baghdatis and No. 13 Ljubicic (l. to eventual winner Djokovic)…In ’06, compiled his first 20-win season (20-30) while reaching a pair of ATP SFs (Sydney, Nottingham)…Defeated No. 4 Hewitt in QF of Sydney for his second career Top 10 win…Reached SF on grass in Nottingham (d Hrbaty, Murray, l. to Bjorkman)…In doubles, reached first final in Zagreb (w/Sanguinetti)…In ’05, finished in Top 100 for first time at No. 69 and reached his first ATP SF in Palermo (l. to Andreev)…Advanced to his second QF at Hamburg* (l. to Gasquet)…Played in Davis Cup World Group playoff against Spain, beating Ferrero before falling to Nadal…In ’04, reached first QF as wild card in Palermo (l. to Berdych)…Has an 11-9 career Davis Cup record (9-8 in singles) in 12 ties since ‘04…Earned a career-high $653,275 in ’08. CAREER FINALIST (1): 2007 – Gstaad(CL). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 7-8)

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ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 33-40)

CAREER INDIAN WELLS 4-5 MIAMI 2-6 MONTE-CARLO 6-6 ROME 4-6 MADRID 2-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 3-3 SHANGHAI 2-1 PARIS 2-5

PERSONAL Nickname is Andy…From German-speaking region of Italy, but also speaks Italian and English…Mother, Marialuise, works in a sporting goods shop; father, Hugo, works in transport business and has a younger sister, Maria…Hobbies are football and skiing…Considers clay and hard courts as favorite surfaces and considers forehand as best shot…Idol growing up was Yevgeny Kafelnikov…Coached by Massimo Sartori (since 1995) and fitness trainer is Lisa Sartori (wife of his coach).

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OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 4-6 6-7 3-5 5-6 10 3RD 2ND 2ND 2ND 10 2ND 3RD 2ND — — — — 1ST 2ND 09 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 09 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST — — 08 2ND 3RD 2ND 2ND 08 1ST — — — 1ST — 2ND — 2ND 07 2ND 2ND 2ND 2ND 07 2ND 3RD 1ST — — — — — — 06 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 06 1ST 3RD 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST 3RD — 1ST 05 1ST 2ND — 2ND 05 — — — — — 2ND — — 1ST 04 — 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 20-31) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 2-5 MIAMI 6-4 MONTE-CARLO 2-4 ROME 1-2 MADRID 1-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-3 CINCINNATI 3-3 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 2-4 PERSONAL Full name is Florent Lucien Serra…Began playing tennis at age seven with his father. Andreev) in ‘05 and Adelaide (d. 50 in ’05 and his all-time high ranking is No. capturing titles in Bucharest (d. 2005 – Bucharest(CL). moved to Paris to train at Roland Garros under national training program…Wanted to continue his studies and did some correspondence courses to focus on English.752 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Martine.422. Murray) for first time and in Miami* (l. 2010 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished in Top 100 for sixth consecutive year. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-4) AUS. to Hanescu) in April…Reached 3rd RD at Australian Open (l. 36 on June 26. is a secretary…Tennis was always his sport of choice and he remained in Bordeaux until he was 18 in order to finish his degree in economics with honors…After finishing his studies. France Height: 5’11” (1. highlighted by SF in Casablanca (l. 1-8 (doubles) Challenger: 5-4 (singles). Jean-Luc.FLORENT SERRA (FRA) Birthdate: February 28. advanced to final in Casablanca (l. Hrbaty) in ’06…His best year-end ranking was No. Matches won-lost: ATP: 19-27 (singles). Top 10: 5-23 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 36 (June 26. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 109 (September 10. reached SFs in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Bucharest…In ’05. made third-biggest jump into Top 50 from previous year. advanced to a Grand Slam-best 3rd RD at Roland Garros…Best ATP result was Estoril (l. 160 . to Federer)…Has played in 21 straight Grand Slam tournaments going into ‘11…Went 10-16 on hard and 8-8 on clay courts. Singles Semifinalist: Casablanca. who was born in Casablanca. CAREER TITLES (2): 2006 – Adelaide(H). but realized that it was too difficult while focusing on a pro tennis career…Admired Thomas Enqvist and Carlos Moya growing up…Favorite surface is clay and best shot is forehand…Fitness trainer is Paul Quetin and coached by countryman Boris Vallejo (since November 2009).325. got him involved at his local tennis club in Bordeaux…Mother. improving 159 spots…Won first ATP title in Bucharest and added two Challenger titles… Has a career mark of 108-83 in Challenger tournaments and 3-3 in finals…Earned a career-high $449. to Davydenko)…In ’07. ’06…In ‘09.133 in ’09.80m) Residence: Gland. 1981 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Bordeaux. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman is a two-time ATP World Tour title winner. posted win over No. Switzerland Weight: 171 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 114-145 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2. 5 Davydenko in Amersfoort en route to QFs…Also QF in Moscow…In ’06. 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 69 (19-27) 2009: 65 (24-29) 2008: 59 (20-24) 2007: 91 (16-24) 2006: 61 (23-26) 2005: 50 (10-10) 2004: 209 (2-3) 2003: 220 (0-2) 2002: 202 (0-0) 2001: 313 (0-0) 2000: 536 (0-0) 1999:T852 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $408. to Ferrero) and won a personal-best 24 matches…In ’08. in addition to title Down Under. FINALIST (1): 2009 – Casablanca(CL).

Mother Mireille is a doctor…Older brother Jean-Marie is an engineer…Favorite French player is Cedric Pioline…Hobbies include video games. 1 Nadal in SF. 2008 – Casablanca(CL). saying. reached first ATP final in Valencia (l. Federer and Djokovic during season…Played most tournaments (29) among Top 10…In ’07. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-2) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER AUS. won first two ATP titles in Marseille and Bucharest…In ’06. Simon) finished in Top 10…Led ATP with 14 match wins after losing first set… Debuted at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai reaching SF (l. No. FINALIST (2): 2008 – Madrid*(IH). to Nadal)…Won first Asian title in Bangkok (d. Troicki)…Also had three SFs and five QFs. works for an insurance company. rollerblading and movies…Enjoys all surfaces and considers backhand his best shot…Friends on tour include fellow Frenchmen Gael Monfils. Zverev). 1984 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Nice. making it first time since ‘86 two Frenchmen (Tsonga. Tursunov) and Bucharest (d. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Josselin Ouanna…As a kid. Semifinalist: Valencia.82m) Residence: Neuchatel.489 in ’08.GILLES SIMON (FRA) Birthdate: December 27. Washington. Beijing. Roddick) to beat top trio of Nadal. Timothé (born September 2. including Cincinnati* and Shanghai*…In ’08. always dreamed of playing on a packed center court and winning Roland Garros…Fiancé. Montpellier. Kohlschreiber. Moya)…Runner-up at Madrid* (d. son. Quarterfinalist: Eastbourne.425. Singles Winner: Metz. OPEN 8-4 ROLAND GARROS 3-5 WIMBLEDON 7-5 US OPEN 8-5 CAREER INDIAN WELLS 4-4 MIAMI 3-5 MONTE-CARLO 2-4 ROME 4-3 MADRID 6-2 TORONTO/MONTREAL 6-4 CINCINNATI 6-5 SHANGHAI 2-2 PARIS 4-5 10 — — 3RD 3RD 10 2ND 2ND — — — 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 09 QF 3RD 4TH 3RD 09 3RD 4TH 2ND 3RD 3RD 3RD QF QF 3RD 08 3RD 1ST 3RD 3RD 08 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 07 1ST 2ND 2ND 2ND 06 3RD 1ST 1ST 2ND 06 — 1ST 3RD — — 1ST 2ND — 1ST 05 — 1ST — — 05 — — — — — — 2ND — — CAREER 2-2 08 SF ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 41-37) 07 3RD 3RD 1ST 3RD RUP — SF — 2ND — — — 3RD 2ND PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six…Nickname is Gilou…Inspired by Chang. 2010 IN REVIEW The Frenchman posted fifth straight Top 50 finish despite being limited to just four events in first half of year due to a right knee injury…Was 0-4 in ATP action before returning in June…In first stop back reached QF in Eastbourne and 3rd RD at Wimbledon (l. ATPWORLDTOUR. CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman had back-to-back Top 15 seasons in ‘08-09. 3-2 on grass and 1-2 on clay courts. 2006 – Valencia(CL). 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 44 (23-17) 2009: 15 (45-29) 2008: 7 (51-27) 2007: 29 (35-26) 2006: 45 (24-24) 2005: 124 (6-6) 2004: 174 (0-1) 2003: 480 (0-0) 2002: T1345 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $532. to Granollers)…Won pair of dead rubbers as France reached Davis Cup final…Compiled 19-13 mark on hard. Bucharest(CL).COM 161 . to Nalbandian) and Beijing (l. 7 in ’08 when he won a personal-high 51 matches and three of his seven career titles…In ’09. Indianapolis(H).535 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 7/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Benneteau). reached QF at Australian Open (l. to Djokovic)…One of three players (Murray. to Murray)…Broke into Top 10. 2010)…Fitness trainer is Paul Quetin and coached by former ATP pro Thierry Tulasne. to Djokovic) and SF in Valencia (l. 0-3 (doubles) Challenger: 4-1 (singles). l. Top 10: 12-27 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 6 (January 5. including a year-end best No. 500 level events with QFs in Washington (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 23-17 (singles). France Height: 6’0” (1. 2007 – Marseille(IH). Indianapolis (d.413. “He showed me that you don’t have to be tall in order to be a great player”…Father. to Almagro)…Has a 2-2 career Davis Cup singles mark in three ties…Earned a career-high $1. Bucharest(CL). CAREER TITLES (7): 2010 – Metz(IH). 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 117 (January 28. 2009 – Bangkok(IH). Daniel. Carine.217. won titles in Casablanca (d. Switzerland Weight: 155 (70kg) Career Win-Loss: 184-130 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4. to Murray)…Best results came from a title in Metz (d.

527. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). Stockholm. l. Sweden Height: 6’4” (1.to Berdych)…During European clay-court swing. to No. 5 ranking on July 5…Remained in that spot every week through Nov. Malisse) and reached final in Marseille (l. reached SFs in Valencia and captured first ATP Masters 1000 title in Paris* (d. lost in 3rd RD in Toronto* (l. Kuala Lumpur. 0-3 (doubles).527. 2010 IN REVIEW The top Swede is first player from his country to finish in Top 10 back-to-back years since Enqvist in ‘99-00…He captured two ATP World Tour titles and reached three other finals.ROBIN SODERLING (SWE) Birthdate: August 14. 2008 – Rotterdam(IH). returned to clay and came up short of defending title in Båstad (l . while winning a personal-high 57 matches…Moved to a career-high No. Båstad(CL). Monaco Weight: 192 (87kg) Career Win-Loss: 272-161 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $9. turned in his first SF results at Indian Wells* (d. 15 Youzhny (l . Stockholm(IH). Monfils)…Saved three match points in SF win over Llodra…At Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London. Quarterfinalist: Marseille. Singles Winner: Rotterdam. where as No. to Nalbandian) and Cincinnati* (l. Monaco) and SFs in four other tournaments. Wimbledon. Shanghai* and Stockholm…In last two weeks. Beijing. to Roddick) before reaching QFs at US Open for second straight year (l. 4 Murray. claimed second title in Milan (d. 8 Roddick) and Miami*.93m) Residence: Monte-Carlo. 8. CAREER TITLES (6): 2010 – Rotterdam(IH). to Federer)…In ’08. 11 Gonzalez and No. where he beat No. 14…In July. finished as No. 1 Swede for first time at No. Federer with a four-set win…At Wimbledon reached QF (l. Roland Garros. 2004 – Marseille(IH). Top 10: 24-49 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 4 (November 15. Shanghai*. to Federer again)…Helped his country back into Davis Cup World Group by winning two singles matches in play-off tie against Italy’s Fognini and Bolelli…In October. and QFs four other times. including Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. advanced to consecutive QFs in Kuala Lumpur. lifted his native country to ATP World Team Cup title in Düsseldorf by winning all four singles matches…In ’07. to Darcis)…On clay. 5…In February. including Roland Garros for second straight year. 2005 – Milan(IC). Beijing.731. Stepanek)…In ’04. Båstad. highlighted by reaching his first Grand Slam final at Roland Garros…Was No. won first ATP title in Lyon (d. 12…Earned his fourth career ATP World Tour title in Båstad (d. Paris*. 25 going in and went to No. 17 by winning title in Lyon (d. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN 162 CAREER 2-5 15-7 12-8 13-8 10 1ST RUP QF QF 09 08 2ND — RUP 3RD 4TH 2ND QF 1ST 07 1ST 1ST 3RD — 06 — 1ST 1ST 2ND 05 1ST 2ND 1ST 3RD 04 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 03 — — 3RD 1ST 02 — — — 2ND . Top 10 opponents and earned a career-high $3. to Llodra) and Memphis (l. to Verdasco) and went 1-3 before Roland Garros. jumping over 100 places…Reached first ATP final in Stockholm (l. his first at US Open (l. Semifinalist: Indian Wells*. Memphis(IH). Matches won-lost: ATP: 57-22 (singles). Mayer in singles rubbers although Sweden lost 3-2…In first two ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments. Roland Garros(CL). 2004 – Lyon(IC). to No. 2006 – Memphis(IH). Valencia. defeated Schwank and L. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 7-8) AUS. to del Potro). 2009 – Båstad(CL). CAREER IN REVIEW The Swede broke into Top 10 in ‘09. Argentina. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 109 (May 11. reached Barcelona final (l. Miami*. to Nadal) and afterwards rose to No. Benneteau) and reaching three other indoor finals…Led ATP circuit with 23 indoor match wins (23-7)…Returned from August ‘07 left wrist injury in February and reached back-to-back finals in Rotterdam (l. No.to Almagro)…In August. to Haas)…In ’05. made breakthrough on ATP circuit.099.288 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/10 Career Win-Loss vs. US Open. 2008 – Lyon(IC). 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 5 (57-22) 2009: 8 (49-21) 2008: 17 (45-21) 2007: 41 (27-16) 2006: 25 (35-23) 2005: 81 (16-18) 2004: 34 (31-28) 2003: 59 (10-6) 2002: 176 (1-5) 2001: 443 (1-1) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $3. 5 seed reached final for second straight year (l. 4 for two weeks before finishing a year-end best No. went 1-2 in round robin play…Compiled marks of 39-15 on hard. to Hrbaty)…In ’03. finished in Top 50 despite missing final three months with a left wrist injury…In ’06. 2003 – Stockholm(IH). Finalist: Barcelona. 1984 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Tibro. 2 Nadal in straight sets)…In QF he snapped a 12-match losing streak vs. 2009 – Roland Garros(CL). Paris*(IH). finishing at No. FINALIST (1). finished in Top 20 for first time at No. FINALIST (10): 2010 – Barcelona(CL). 14-6 on clay and 4-1 on grass…Went 6-9 vs. Youzhny)…In 1st RD Davis Cup tie vs. 25…Runner-up in Memphis (l. collected title in Rotterdam (d.731. to Fish) and advanced to SF in Shanghai*…Qualified into first Grand Slam at US Open and reached 2nd RD…Advanced to SF at Hamilton and Grenoble Challengers… Has a 13-4 career Davis Cup record (12-3 in singles) in nine ties.

Last year he was the first Swede to finish in the Top 10 since Magnus Norman was No. 4 and Thomas Enqvist was No. 1995 September 22. Johansson)…Enjoys playing table tennis…Speaks Swedish. TOP 10 SWEDISH SUCCESS Robin Soderling is the 17th Swede in the history of the South African Airways ATP Rankings (since August 1973) to break into the Top 10. 7 No. mother. 1991 April 17. 4 No. Sandra. 1 No. 1988 October 8. 7 No. 1984 June 10. 2010 July 22. is a housewife…Has one older sister. 2000 November 3. 4 junior in world in ‘01. and ends his second straight season there. 9 No. 2005 July 29. BrittInger. Monaco)…Also won European Junior Championships and reached doubles final (w/C. who is a teacher…Ranked as No. 4 No. 1986 March 25. 10 No. 1 No.COM 163 . 10 August 23. 2002 March 31. 4 No. 1977 August 13. Bo. 1990 September 12. 1986 February 14. is a lawyer. 1985 September 19. English and some German…Coached by Italian and former ATP pro Claudio Pistolesi (since December 2010). 1997 November 15.BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 3-4 CAREER INDIAN WELLS 9-6 MIAMI 7-4 MONTE-CARLO 6-6 ROME 4-6 MADRID 5-5 TORONTO/MONTREAL 5-6 CINCINNATI 8-6 SHANGHAI 5-2 PARIS 11-4 10 RR 10 SF SF — 3RD 2ND 3RD 3RD QF 09 SF 08 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST 2ND 3RD 3RD — 2ND 07 3RD — QF 2ND — 1ST — — — 06 3RD — 3RD — 3RD 1ST 3RD — 2ND 05 — — 1ST 1ST — 2ND 2ND — — 04 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 2ND 3RD — QF ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 66-50) 09 2ND 2ND 1ST 3RD 2ND — 1ST QF WON QF PERSONAL Full name is Robin Bo Carl Soderling…Began playing tennis at age five…Father. 6 No. 1988 June 12. 2 No. 10 No. 1991 ATPWORLDTOUR. 5 No. 10 No. 6 No. highlighted by winning Orange Bowl title (d. 1 No. Here is a look at the Swedes to rank in the Top 10: PLAYER CAREER HIGH DATE Bjorn Borg Stefan Edberg Mats Wilander Magnus Norman Jonas Bjorkman Thomas Enqvist Robin Soderling Anders Jarryd Kent Carlsson Henrik Sundstrom Thomas Johansson Joakim Nystrom Joachim Johansson Magnus Gustafsson Magnus Larsson Mikael Pernfors Jonas Svensson No. 1999 November 15. 9 in 2000.

Rochus and No. 2009 – St. improved ranking from No. Czech. winning four ATP World Tour titles in as many finals…In ‘09. Semifinalist: Doha(w/Korolev).SERGIY STAKHOVSKY (UKR) Birthdate: January 6. basketball and table tennis…Also enjoys swimming and spending time with friends at the cinema. Kuala Lumpur(w/Youzhny). bowling or playing billards… Favorite players growing up were Patrick Rafter and Pete Sampras…Also admired countryman Andrei Medvedev and watched a lot of his matches…Physiotheraptist is Karol Guman. claimed title in Halle (w/ Youzhny)…Earned a career-high $650. is a retired university economics teacher. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). to Lopez)…In doubles. is a urology professor.838. 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 52 (November 15. 18-20 (doubles) Challenger: 0-1 (singles). who plays tennis and is younger…Supports Ukraine Institute of Cancer…Speaks five languages — Ukranian. Dabul. 2008 – Zagreb(IH). Doubles Winner: Halle(w/Youzhny). 209 to No. 1-1 (doubles). Ukraine Height: 6’4” (1. 58) in ‘00…In March. 123…In ’06. Aleksandr (a doctor. Singles Winner: ‘s-Hertogenbosch. who is older). claimed first grass title in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (d. reached a career-best 3rd RD at US Open with fifth set tie-break win over Harrison (l. Matches won-lost: ATP: 27-25 (singles). 2010 IN REVIEW The top Ukrainian finished in Top 50 for first time highlighted by a career-high ranking (No. 29 Ancic before losing to Soderling…Has a 19-10 career Davis Cup record (11-7 in singles) in 11 ties. especially football. Istomin)…In final Grand Slam event. CAREER IN REVIEW The Ukraine native has finished in Top 75 past three seasons.838. Zeballos.539. l. Ljubicic)…He was first lucky loser to win an ATP title since Christian Miniussi in November ‘91…Also first Ukrainian ATP titlist since Medvedev in May ‘97 in Hamburg*… Afterwards. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 46 (27-25) 2009: 60 (16-14) 2008: 74 (7-4) 2007: 262 (2-3) 2006: 180 (1-6) 2005: 185 (3-3) 2004: 369 (0-1) 2003: 534 (0-0) 2002: T1345 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $650. CAREER TITLES (4): 2010 – ’s-Hertogenbosch(G). Petersburg (d. Slovakia Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 56-56 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1. Has two brothers. Olga. qualified and won title in St. advanced to first ATP QF with wins over C. to Djokovic)…In ’08. lost to Rusedski of Great Britain 9-7 in fifth set in 2nd RD tie on clay and lost to Murray in reverse match…Best win came in October over No. Dominik Dan and Minaev…Enjoys all ball sports. advanced to QF on clay in Nice…One month later. reached 3rd RD in Miami*…In May. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-4) AUS. became first Ukrainian to finish in Top 100 at No. New Haven. and Leonard. Petersburg(IH). 164 . 31) and a pair of titles…In March. Tipsarevic)…Was 1-6 after that until claiming New Haven title in August (d. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-2 1-2 0-2 2-2 10 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD 10 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 09 1ST 2ND — 1ST 09 2ND 1ST — — — — 08 — — 1ST — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 6-8) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 2-2 MIAMI 2-2 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-1 CINCINNATI 0-1 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 1-1 PERSONAL Began playing at age six in Kiev Olympic Stadium…Father.424 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-10 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 31 (September 27. 1986 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Kiev. Sinkevich. saving match point)…Qualified four times during season. New Haven(H). Quarterfinalist: Nice. Slovak.93m) Residence: Bratislava. won his first ATP World Tour title at Zagreb as lucky loser (d. including Roland Garros where he won his first Grand Slam match (d. in Davis Cup play. mother. Eduard. 21 Tursunov in 1st RD of Moscow before losing to Clement in 2nd RD…In ’05. 74 since Medvedev (No. Russian and English…Enjoys reading Russian classics with some easy reading mixed in and favorite writers are Bulgakov.

Martin)…In ’05. Semifinalist: Nice(w/Seppi). Valencia. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). Singles Finalist: Umag. won title in St. 1981 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Benevento. 4-2 (doubles). 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 47 (November 1. to Ferrero) and at Genova Challenger…Late in year. CAREER FINALIST (3): 2010 – Umag(CL). ATPWORLDTOUR. 23-16 (doubles) Challenger: 20-8 (singles).536. turned things around in Casablanca with SF (l. Nice. No. Hamburg. Petersburg (w/ Bracciali) and reached finals in Santiago (w/Zeballos) and Acapulco (w/Fognini)…Earned a career-high $560. was finalist in Lugano and Turin Challengers…Reached QF in Hamburg then reached final in Umag (l. Kitzbühel(CL). 2007 – Valencia(CL). to Almagro) and Kitzbühel (l. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 0-5 6-6 1-7 1-7 CAREER 1-4 1-5 1-3 6-6 0-1 0-2 10 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 10 1ST 1ST — 2ND — 1ST 09 1ST 2ND 2ND 1ST 09 2ND 1ST — 1ST — — 08 — 1ST 1ST 1ST 08 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND — — 07 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 07 — 2ND — 3RD 1ST 1ST 06 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 06 — — 2ND 2ND — — 05 1ST — 1ST 1ST 05 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND — — 04 — 3RD 1ST 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 10-22) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID PARIS PERSONAL Began playing at age eight…Nickname is “Poto”…Idols include Andre Agassi and soccer great Roberto Baggio…His father. Doubles Winner: St. Finalist: Santiago(w/Zeballos). works for Italian government and his mother. finished in Top 100 for first time at No. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-5) AUS. is a teacher…Has two younger brothers. Båstad(w/Bracciali). FINALIST (3). Quarterfinalist: Sydney. reached SF in Valencia (l. Francesco and Gianluca…Prefers playing on clay or hard courts and playing outdoors… Fitness trainer is Stefano Baraldo and coached by countryman Umberto Rianna. Semifinalist: Casablanca. upset Monfils to reach Nice SF (l. Acasuso l. 15 that year…In ’08. CAREER IN REVIEW The Italian has finished in Top 100 for six of past seven years (except ’05). finished in Top 50 for first time highlighted by first two ATP World Tour final appearances in Valencia (l. Bucharest. best ATP finish was SF in Sopot (d. 27 on Oct. Italy Height: 6’2” (1.88m) Residence: Cervinara. Buenos Aires and St. 10 Grosjean before losing in five sets to Safin…Has an 18-5 Davis Cup record (13-1 in singles) in 13 ties. to Monfils)…Qualified in Auckland and reached QF along with QF in Gstaad…In ’04.719. Italy Weight: 185 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 127-146 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2.050 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/3 Career Win-Loss vs. Acapulco(w/Fognini). Moya.POTITO STARACE (ITA) Birthdate: July 14. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. to Ferrer)…In doubles. to Gasquet)…In June. Angelantonio. Rosa. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 47 (26-25) 2007: 31 (26-25) 2004: 76 (10-9) 2009: 62 (16-24) 2006: 84 (13-17) 2003: 218 (0-1) 2008: 70 (19-25) 2005: 108 (17-20) 2002: 188 (0-0) 2001: 386 (0-0) 1998:T1244 (0-0) 2000: 471 (0-0) 1999:T1085 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $560. to Federer)…In ’06. Petersburg(w/Bracciali). to Monaco)…His best Grand Slam result came at Roland Garros where he reached 3rd RD (l. to Wawrinka)…Following month. 31 in ‘07 when he reached his first two ATP World Tour finals…Ranked a careerhigh No. Top 10: 2-17 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 27 (October 15. 1 Italian finished in Top 50 for second time in career (’07) after reaching his third career ATP World Tour final and also posting strong Challenger results…Reached QF in Sydney before losing seven straight ATP matches…In April.COM 165 . 76 and compiled a 23-7 record in Challenger play with three titles…Reached 3rd RD in Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros as a qualifier defeated Tursunov. Matches won-lost: ATP: 26-25 (singles). Petersburg… Advanced to doubles QF at Roland Garros (w/A.536. including Top 75 for past four…His best year-end ranking was No. best ATP results were QF in Pörtschach. his best ATP result was SF in Kitzbühel and QFs four times…In ’07.

brother. Top 10: 21-46 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 8 (July 10. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (13). C. Semifinalist: Tokyo.163. CAREER IN REVIEW The Czech Republic native finished in Top 30 for five straight years from ‘05-09. Quarterfinalist: New Haven. 2 Czech (behind Berdych) finished out of Top 50 for first time in eight years…Reached 11th career final in Brisbane (l. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. 2006 – Hamburg*(CL). Monaco Weight: 167 (75kg) Career Win-Loss: 276-195 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $6.RADEK STEPANEK (CZE) Birthdate: November 27. San Jose(IH). Moscow. Basel. Ho Chi Minh City(IC). 8 on July 10 after Grand Slam-best QF at Wimbledon (l. 2 Petr Korda (since December 2008). is a librarian. reached first ATP final at Paris*…In ’03. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 12-18) AUS. Vlastimil.430.85m) Residence: Monte-Carlo. 2002) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 62 (18-16) 2007: 30 (27-22) 2004: 33 (30-27) 2001: 547 (0-1) 1998: 164 (0-1) 1995:1065 (0-0) 2009: 12 (47-21) 2006: 19 (30-15) 2003: 46 (27-25) 2000: 275 (0-0) 1997: 381 (0-0) 2008: 26 (33-23) 2005: 21 (45-26) 2002: 63 (17-14) 1999:162 (2-4) 1996: 483 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $386. 2005 – Milan(IC). US OPEN: Finalist .2002 (w/Novak). who is a tennis coach. to No. mother.06) 10 2ND — — — — 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD 09 2ND 4TH 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 3RD QF SF 08 3RD 4TH 1ST SF 2ND 1ST 1ST — 2ND 07 2ND 4TH 2ND 2ND 1ST SF 2ND — — 06 2ND 4TH 2ND 3RD — — — — — 05 2ND 4TH 2ND QF QF 1ST 1ST — SF 04 1ST 3RD 1ST 2ND — — — — RUP 03 1ST 4TH 1ST 3RD — 1ST 1ST — 1ST 02 — — — — — 3RD — — 2ND CAREER 0-2 08 RR PERSONAL Nicknamed “Steps” by his countrymen…Began playing at age three with his father. to Bjorkman)…Won first title in Rotterdam (d. reaching two SFs…Has an 18-10 career Davis Cup record (9-2 in doubles) in 12 ties…Earned a career-high $1. Matches won-lost: ATP: 18-16 (singles). CAREER TITLES (4): 2009 – Brisbane(H). 2010 in Prague)… Coached by countryman and former World No. ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 70-59) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-8 MIAMI 15-7 MONTE-CARLO 3-7 ROME 15-7 MADRID 3-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL 6-7 CINCINNATI 3-6 SHANGHAI 3-2 PARIS 15-7 HAMBURG: 6-4 (RUP . 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 13 (September 16. finished Top 30 for fourth straight season…Served as alternate at year-end finale and went 0-2 in round robin play (in place of Roddick)…In ’06. is a policeman…Admired Ivan Lendl while growing up… Hobbies are playing football. finished in Top 25 for first time…In ’04. Nicole Vaidisova is a former WTA Tour pro (married July 17. FINALIST (7): 2010 – Brisbane(H). finished in Top 50 for first time. 12 in ‘09 with personal-high 47 match wins and won titles in Brisbane and San Jose…Helped his country to its first Davis Cup final (l. Martin. 1978 Turned Pro: 1996 Birthplace: Karvina.677. finished Top 20 for first time and broke into Top 10 at No. floorball and hockey (wanted to be a goalie as a youngster)…His favorite NHL players are countrymen Jaromir Jagr and Dominik Hasek…Considers his serve as best shot…Wife. Doubles Finalist: Washington(w/Berdych). 7 Roddick)…Also a SF in Tokyo (l. 2004 – Paris*(IC). 2007 – Los Angeles(H).713 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/7 Career Win-Loss vs. to Spain) since ‘80…In ’08. 10-8 (doubles) Challenger: 5-2 (singles). 166 . 2008 – San Jose(IH).154 in ’09. Hana. to Monfils) and QFs in New Haven and Moscow…Missed two and a half months due to mononucleosis…Went 17-16 on hard courts and 1-0 on clay. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 10-8 11-7 15-8 9-8 10 1ST — — 1ST 09 3RD 3RD 4TH 4TH 08 1ST 4TH 3RD 3RD 07 3RD 2ND 1ST 2ND 06 2ND 3RD QF — 05 3RD 3RD 2ND 2ND 04 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 03 3RD 2ND 3RD 3RD 02 — — 3RD 1ST BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY DOUBLES (0-1 in Finals). 2006 – Rotterdam(IH). FINALIST (10). Singles Finalist: Brisbane. Czech Republic Height: 6’1” (1. 2009 – Memphis(IH). Rochus)…Runner-up at Hamburg*…Suffered a neck injury while practicing in Toronto* and sat out rest of year…In ’05. including a year-end best No.

Quarterfinalist: Dubai. 4 Murray. Veljko. 65 with a Challenger record of 31-8 with four titles…No. 38 in ‘09 when he won a personal-best 30 matches…Ranked a career-high No. Top 10: 9-22 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 33 (May 12. who still works with him…Father. l. Pavel. Semifinalist: Chennai. Moscow(w/Troicki). 2010 IN REVIEW The No. reached first final in Chennai (w/ Lu) and later in Moscow (w/ Troicki). No. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 49 (25-23) 2009: 38 (30-25) 2008: 49 (26-21) 2007: 52 (19-22) 2006: 65 (10-20) 2005: 138 (11-15) 2004: 116 (5-7) 2003: 141 (5-4) 2002: 203 (1-1) 2001: 636 (2-0) 2000: T1082 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $534. Singles Finalist: ’s-Hertogenbosch. 28 Troicki) finished in Top 50 for third straight year while helping his country to its first Davis Cup title (d. 6 Gonzalez in 3rd RD. 33 on May 12. Serbia Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 134-138 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2. No. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 6-6 5-7 9-7 3-7 10 2ND 1ST 1ST 3RD 10 2ND 2ND — 1ST — 1ST — 2ND — 09 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST 09 1ST 3RD 2ND 2ND 1ST — — — — 08 3RD 1ST 4TH 1ST 08 1ST QF 3RD 1ST — 1ST 1ST — 1ST 07 1ST 3RD 4TH 2ND 07 3RD 2ND — — — — — — 2ND 06 2ND 1ST 1ST — 06 2ND — — — — — — — 1ST 05 2ND 2ND 3RD 1ST 04 — 1ST 1ST 1ST 03 — — — 1ST ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 18-23) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-5 MIAMI 7-4 MONTE-CARLO 3-2 ROME 1-3 MADRID 0-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-2 CINCINNATI 0-1 SHANGHAI 1-1 PARIS 1-3 PERSONAL Began playing at age six and at age eight began playing at “AS” New Belgrade Tennis Club with Russian coach Roman Savochkin. St. ‘08…Reached his first final in Moscow (l. Serbia Height: 5’11” (1. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-6) AUS. and 3rd RD at US Open (d. English and Russian…In 2006 completed university in Belgrade. 2009 – Moscow(IH). CAREER IN REVIEW The Serbian finished in Top 65 for past five years. to Monfils)…Reached QF in St. Matches won-lost: ATP: 25-23 (singles).031 in ‘09.COM 167 . to Stakhovsky)…Reached SF in Los Angeles. 3 Serbian (behind No. CAREER FINALIST (2): 2010 – ’s-Hertogenbosch(G). finished in Top 100 for first time at No. France 3-2)…Went 3-1 in singles in three ties…Reached SF in Chennai (l. Los Angeles. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 69 (November 8. l. highlighted by year-end best No. 2010 in Belgrade)…Coached by German Dirk Hordorff (since Sept. to Youzhny) in ‘09…In ’08. to Cilic) then QF in Dubai (d. Biljana (married July 4. who is a college student…Speaks Serbian. 2 in world junior rankings in ‘01…Captured Australian Open juniors title and reached QF at Roland Garros…Has a 32-14 career Davis Cup record (25-12 in singles) in 28 ties… Earned a career-high $661. to Ferrero) and first ATP SF in Moscow…In ’06. QF in Washington D. Washington. Petersburg. Petersburg…In doubles. advanced to first Grand Slam 4th RD at Wimbledon with three straight five-set wins (d.232. 2009) and fitness trainer is Bernardo Carberol and physio is Mark Boada. to Youzhny)…Advanced to first grass final in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (l. house music and reading psychiatry books of Nietzsche and Dostojevski…Has a tattoo on his left arm with enscription “Beauty will save the world” from Dostojevski…Idols growing up were Agassi and Kafelnikov…Prefers playing on slow hard courts and clay…Wife. mother.C. is a housewife…Has one younger brother (by two years). Vesna. 1984 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Belgrade. including Miami*…Opened with 3rd RD at Australian Open where he lost to Federer 10-8 in fifth set in a 4:27 battle…In ’07. Roddick. No. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). 18-17 (doubles) Challenger: 3-1 (singles). studying Sports Management…Enjoys snowboarding. l.JANKO TIPSAREVIC (SRB) Birthdate: June 22. finished in Top 50 for first time at No. 3 Djokovic.087 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Semifinalist: Basel(w/Lu).774. is a professor. Doubles Finalist: Chennai(w/Lu).80m) Residence: Belgrade. 49 highlighted by four ATP World Tour QFs showings. ATPWORLDTOUR.

New Haven. 2008 – Washington(H). CAREER TITLES (1): 2010 – Moscow(IH). Baghdatis) in his third final…Helped Serbia win its first Davis Cup title by clinching fifth and decisive rubber over France’s Llodra…Reached another four SFs. SF in Zagreb and QFs three times…In ’08. 9 Roddick (l. Tokyo. Top 10: 3-24 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 24 (August 3.93m) Residence: Belgrade. 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 28 (37-30) 2009: 29 (32-29) 2008: 57 (21-20) 2007: 122 (5-7) 2006: 207 (1-1) 2005: 343 (0-0) 2004: T795 (0-0) 2003: T958 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $915. 2 Nadal). to No. Semifinalist: Madrid*(w/Granollers). Singles Winner: Moscow.219. 3-1 in finals)…Has an 8-5 career Davis Cup record (6-5 in singles) in eight ties. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). 2-3 in finals) and Futures (52-25 record. reached his first ATP World Tour SF in Umag. 1986 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Belgrade. finished in Top 100 for first time and advanced to his first ATP final in Washington. who also works with Jarkko Nieminen. New Haven (l. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. then lost to Cilic and Stepanek in next two ties…Earned a career-high $915. Germany… Coached by Jan de Witt (since 2005). Mila. to Pavel)… Compiled a 20-14 record in Challenger play with one runner-up showing…Played first five years as a pro in Challengers (59-33 match record. 3 Djokovic in 2nd RD (l.271. to Simon). Quarterfinalist: Zagreb. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 2-3 3-3 4-3 3-3 10 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST 10 4TH 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND — — 09 2ND 2ND 3RD 2ND 09 3RD 4TH 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 2ND 08 1ST 1ST 2ND 3RD 08 — 2ND — — — — — — 1ST 07 1ST — — — — — — — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 14-19) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-3 MIAMI 4-3 MONTE-CARLO 1-2 ROME 2-2 MADRID 0-2 TORONTO/MONTREAL 1-2 CINCINNATI 1-2 SHANGHAI 1-1 PARIS 1-2 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age five with countryman Nenad Trifunovic as his coach…Nicknamed Vik…Speaks Serbian and English…Inspired by Andre Agassi who was his childhood idol…Father. and mother. 29 highlighted by his second ATP World Tour final in Bangkok (l. Serbia Height: 6’4” (1. Finalist: Moscow(w/Tipsarevic). FINALIST (1). to Djokovic)…His 37 wins is a career-best…Defeated Isner in four sets in opening Davis Cup rubber. to Istomin). Belgrade. Matches won-lost: ATP: 37-30 (singles). to del Potro)…In ’07. Doubles Winner: Bangkok(w/Kas). 19-16 (doubles). to No. Tokyo (l. CAREER IN REVIEW The Serb made Top 50 breakthrough in ‘09 by finishing year-end best No. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-4) AUS.219. Aleksandar. in Doha (l. Basel. an economist…Lived and practiced in Boca Raton. Florida from age 13-15…Enjoys all sports…When he was younger he used to play football and wasn’t sure whether he would continue with tennis since football was his favorite sport…Fan of Partisan Belgrade team…Favorite shot is serve and considers hard courts his favorite surface…Practices at Gerry Weber Breakpoint Base in Halle/Westfalen. is Russian (lawyer). 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 49 (October 25. 168 . Semifinalist: Doha.VIKTOR TROICKI (SRB) Birthdate: February 10. 2 Serb improved his year-end ranking for seventh straight year…Captured his first career ATP World Tour title in Moscow (d. Serbia Weight: 189 (85kg) Career Win-Loss: 96-87 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2. 1 Nadal after holding two match points) and Basel (l. posting first Top 10 win over No. FINALIST (2): 2009 – Bangkok(IH).208 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/2 Career Win-Loss vs. defeating No.

Wimbledon.316 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/1 Career Win-Loss vs. 38 to No. Baghdatis)…Has a 7-1 career Davis Cup record (6-1 in singles) in four ties…Earned a career-high $1. 2 Frenchman (behind No. 12 Monfils) finished in Top 15 for third straight year. is a former handball player (European handball) and chemistry teacher. Evelyne. 2 junior in world (behind Baghdatis)…Reached SF at Australian Open juniors in ‘02-03 along with Roland Garros and Wimbledon in ‘03…Won US Open junior title (d. to Benneteau) and Montpellier (l. 2010 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Nadal (SF) before falling in four sets to No. Djokovic in QF. climbed from No. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 13 (31-16) 2009: 10 (53-20) 2008: 6 (34-14) 2007: 43 (14-10) 2006: 212 (0-0) 2005: 345 (0-1) 2004: 157 (2-2) 2003: 386 (0-0) 2002: 504 (0-0) 2001: 898 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1. Enzo. including maiden ATP Masters 1000 crown in Paris*(d.151. 3 Djokovic in final…Afterwards. CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman has compiled back-to-back Top 10 seasons at No. to Federer). Barcelona. Marseille(IH). Top 10: 15-19 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 6 (November 17.552 in ’09. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). Tokyo(H). ‘04 to March ‘05 with a herniated disc. ATPWORLDTOUR. then suffered two injuries to his right shoulder later in year…Also sidelined with back and abdominal injuries from October to February ‘06…Finished ‘03 as No.JO-WILFRIED TSONGA (FRA) Birthdate: April 17.166. won two titles. Quarterfinalist: Miami*. 18…Advanced to SF in Casablanca. 9 Murray (1st Rd. 7 from No. 4-4 (doubles). 1985 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Le Mans. younger brother. defeated No. only played eight tournaments…Missed five months from Nov. 6 in ‘08 and No. ret. Switzerland Weight: 200 (90kg) Career Win-Loss: 134-63 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5. combining for five titles while reaching his first Grand Slam final at Australian Open in ‘08…Became first Frenchman to finish in the Top 10 in consecutive years since Noah from ‘85-87…In ’09. mother. vs. is a business student…Says he got strength from his father and kindness from his mother…Named 2007 ATP Newcomer of Year and 2008 ATP Most Improved Player of Year…The 2008 Masters 1000 final in Paris* against Nalbandian was second highest audience on French TV Canal+ in 2008 for a Sunday sports program. Rome*.3 million viewers on match point…Coached by countryman and former ATP pro Eric Winogradsky and fitness trainer is Guillaume Mazella. Youzhny w/right hip injury…Sidelined for three months with left knee patella tear…Returned to action in October…Played four events (5-4 mark) and closed with SF in Montpellier…Compiled marks of 19-10 on hard. limited to eight tournaments due to reoccuring back and abdominal problems…Sidelined from May to mid-September…In ’05. finished in Top 50 for first time at No. 8-5 on clay and 4-1 on grass.Australian Open (d. Djokovic)…In ’07. peaking at 1. Marseille and Tokyo…In ’08. Marseille (l.818. won a personal-high 53 matches and captured titles in Johannesburg. Simon) with right knee injury that kept him out for three months following surgery on May 27…Upon return. Marseille. Matches won-lost: ATP: 31-16 (singles). Nalbandian)…Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai with Paris* title and broke into Top 10 for first time at No. Paris*(IH).). No. FINALIST (1): 2008 – Australian Open(H). 43…Was 14-10 in ATP play and 24-5 in Challengers with four titles…In ’06. OPEN 15-4 ROLAND GARROS 6-3 WIMBLEDON 8-3 US OPEN 7-3 CAREER 1-2 10 SF 4TH QF — 08 RR 09 QF 4TH 3RD 4TH 08 RUP — — 3RD 07 1ST — 4TH 3RD 05 — 1ST — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 34-21) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY PERSONAL Nicknamed “Ali”…Father. CAREER TITLES (5): 2009 – Johannesburg(H). l. 8 Gasquet (4th Rd. Montpellier. 2008 – Bangkok(IH). is a teacher. 10 in ’09. highlighted by three SFs -. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-0) CAREER AUS. winning first ATP title in Bangkok (d. 14…At Australian Open. France Height: 6’2” (1. Didier. Singles Semifinalist: Australian Open. Shanghai*. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 33 (October 26. to Monfils)… Reached QFs five other times…In Roland Garros 4th RD.126.88m) Residence: La Rippe.) and No. went 16-4 in six tournaments. but withdrew prior to SF match (vs.COM CAREER INDIAN WELLS 5-3 MIAMI 7-3 MONTE-CARLO 1-1 ROME 2-3 MADRID 2-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 3-1 CINCINNATI 0-1 SHANGHAI 4-2 PARIS 9-3 10 4TH QF 3RD QF 2ND — — QF — 09 3RD QF — 1ST 2ND SF 2ND 3RD QF 08 4TH 3RD — 1ST 3RD — — — 07 — — — — — — — — WON 2ND 04 — — — — — — — — 2ND 169 .

OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 4-5 6-6 12-7 8-8 10 — 1ST 1ST 1ST 09 3RD 3RD — — — 1ST — — 09 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 08 2ND 4TH 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD 3RD 2ND 08 2ND 3RD 3RD 3RD 07 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 07 3RD 2ND 3RD 1ST 06 2ND 4TH 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD 2ND 3RD 06 2ND 3RD 4TH 3RD 05 1ST — — — — — 1ST 3RD 05 — 2ND 4TH 2ND 04 1ST 1ST — — — — 1ST — 04 1ST 1ST 3RD 2ND 03 — — — 3RD ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 22-36) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-6 MIAMI 7-5 MONTE-CARLO 0-3 ROME 1-3 MADRID 0-3 TORONTO/MONTREAL 4-4 CINCINNATI 3-5 PARIS 4-4 PERSONAL Full name is Dmitry Igorevich Tursunov…Moved to U.928 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/2 Career Win-Loss vs. CAREER IN REVIEW The Russian has finished in Top 100 for seven straight years from ‘03-09. Quarterfinalist: Tokyo. Matches won-lost: ATP: 6-9 (singles). Bangkok(IH). Finalist: Tokyo(w/Seppi). Top 10: 8-27 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 20 (October 2. Singles Semifinalist: St.S. Jackie Chan. 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 197 (6-9) 2007: 34 (28-23) 2004: 80 (12-17) 2001: 153 (3-1) 1998: T1273 (0-0) 2009: 89 (14-17) 2006: 22 (45-31) 2003: 98 (2-3) 2000: 359 (0-0) 2008: 27 (34-22) 2005: 61 (17-15) 2002: 331 (0-0) 1999: 639 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $218. 2 that year…Has a 6-4 mark in ATP World Tour finals. to Berdych)…In 1st RD at US Open. 10…Did not make his season debut until Roland Garros in late May and went 0-3 in tour level play before winning his first match in August in Washington (d. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 11-5) AUS. 11. 1982 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Moscow. Doubles Winner: Moscow(w/Kunitsyn). from Moscow when he was 12 1/2 and his tennis base is the Gorin Tennis Academy in the Sacramento area…Introduced to tennis by his Father. Petersburg (l. missed six months with back injury…Has an 8-9 career Davis Cup record (6-3 in singles) in 10 ties…Earned a career-high $856. Igor. helped his country to Davis Cup final with a 4-0 singles record in three ties…In ’04. 0-1 (doubles). to No.069 in ’08. Semifinalist: Bangkok(w/Wachiramanowong). CAREER TITLES (6): 2009 – Eastbourne(G). to Nadal)…In October. was hampered by an ankle injury which sidelined him after US Open…Underwent surgery on Sept.582. 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 36 (June 16. played two weeks on home soil and lost in 1st RD in Moscow to eventual champion Troicki and following week advanced to SF in St. 2008 – Sydney(H). highlighted by year-end best ranking of No. 170 . 10-6 (doubles) Challenger: 3-2 (singles). 10 Youzhny in third set tie-break). 2010 IN REVIEW The Moscow native returned from a severe left ankle injury in ‘09 to finish in Top 200…Underwent his third surgery in past two years on Feb. Dancevic)…In ’06. l. Metz)…In ’09. USA Weight: 180 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 161-138 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3. FINALIST (2): 2008 – Indianapolis(H).638. who now coaches and has a tennis inventory buisness…Mother. Will Ferrell and Owen Wilson…Obsessed with anything automotive…Considers groundstrokes as best part of his game and fast surfaces as favorite…Works with innovative fitness trainer Jason Stacy. California. l. 2006 – Los Angeles(H). FINALIST (4). 2006 – Mumbai(H).DMITRY TURSUNOV (RUS) Birthdate: December 12. Metz(IH). Gabashvili. winning at least one title from ‘0609…Won multiple titles in ’07 (Indianapolis. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). ’09…Won his sixth title in Eastbourne (d. lost to No. 2007 – Indianapolis(H). Gasquet. Russia Height: 6’1” (1. reached first ATP SF in Washington…Sidelined for final three months with back injury…In ’02.85m) Residence: Roseville. Gulbis. Bangkok) and ’08 (Sydney. 20 on Oct. 15 Melzer in five sets…Then traveled to Asia where he advanced to QFs at Bangkok Challenger and ATP World Tour stop in Tokyo (d. Petersburg. Svetlana is an accountant and his older brother Dennis (seven years older) helps his father out…A big fan of actors. a former engineer for an Institute of Nuclear Reseach. 22 in ‘06 when he won a personal-high 45 matches and his first ATP World Tour title…Reached a careerhigh No.

3 Spaniard (behind Nadal and No. Andreev)…Also runner-up in Nottingham (l. OPEN 12-7 ROLAND GARROS 14-7 WIMBLEDON 13-8 US OPEN 20-8 CAREER INDIAN WELLS 8-7 MIAMI 11-8 MONTE CARLO 6-6 ROME 11-6 MADRID 7-8 TORONTO/MONTREAL 8-6 CINCINNATI 3-7 SHANGHAI 0-2 PARIS 4-7 10 4TH 4TH 1ST QF 10 3RD QF 09 SF 4TH 4TH QF 08 2ND 4TH 4TH 3RD 08 3RD 2ND 1ST 3RD 2ND 2ND 3RD — 3RD 07 2ND 4TH 3RD 3RD 07 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 3RD 2ND — 1ST 06 2ND 2ND 4TH 3RD 06 3RD 3RD 1ST 2ND 1ST 3RD 1ST — 1ST 05 2ND 1ST 2ND 4TH 05 2ND 3RD 1ST QF 2ND — — — 2ND 04 1ST 2ND 2ND 2ND 04 1ST 2ND — — 3RD 1ST 1ST — 1ST 03 — — 1ST 3RD 03 — 3RD — — 1ST — 1ST — — BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 0-3 09 RR ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 66-62) 09 QF QF RUP QF SF QF 3RD QF 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 3RD 3RD PERSONAL Full name is Fernando Verdasco Carmona…Began playing at age four with father. 7 Ferrer) finished in Top 10 for second straight year…Reached QFs or better 10 times…Won titles in San Jose (d. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-8) CAREER AUS. Petersburg(IC). Matches won-lost: ATP: 43-22 (singles). 9 after reaching career-high No. Top 10: 14-48 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 7 (April 20. Semifinalist: Rome*. Nice(CL). 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 9 (43-22) 2009: 9 (52-25) 2008: 16 (47-27) 2007: 26 (34-28) 2006: 35 (32-26) 2005: 33 (35-28) 2004: 36 (31-25) 2003: 107 (7-12) 2002: 173 (1-2) 2001: 462 (0-0) 2000: T1334 (0-0) 1999: T1031 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1. Finalist: Monte Carlo*. FINALIST (2). Roddick) and Barcelona (d. Quarterfinalist: Acapulco. Washington. 2009 – New Haven(H). finishing No. clinching tie with a five-set win over Acasuso…Won doubles match and finished 3-1 (w/Lopez) during year…Did not win a title from ‘05-07 but reached finals in St. CAREER TITLES (5): 2010 – San Jose(IH). Miami*. Båstad. Top 10. 2007 – St. 2009 – Brisbane(H). to Moya)…Has a 12-9 career Davis Cup record (5-5 in singles) in 12 ties and member of winning team in ‘08-09. to Karlovic) and helped his country to Davis Cup title (d.290. to Gasquet)…One of eight Spaniards to win title…Alternate at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals…Was 22-7 on clay and 21-14 on hard…Went 5-3 vs.545 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/8 Career Win-Loss vs. 2004 – Valencia(CL). Spain Height: 6’2” (1. FINALIST (8): 2010 – Monte-Carlo*(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). Spain Weight: 202 (91kg) Career Win-Loss: 282-195 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $7. Barcelona. Olga. Soderling)…Reached first ATP Masters 1000 final in Monte-Carlo* (l. Querrey) and runner-up in Brisbane and Kuala Lumpur…In ’08.365. Singles Winner: San Jose. 2008 – Nottingham(G). to Nadal)…Runner-up in Nice (l. which had two hard courts in the backyard…Father and mother. US Open. CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has ranked in Top 40 for seven straight years and made Top 10 breakthrough in ‘09.COM 171 . 2010 IN REVIEW The No. No. 3 Ferrero in SF. Montanes in F) and runner-up in Acapulco (l.88m) Residence: Madrid. Argentina 3-1). finished in Top 20 for first time at No. Petersburg in ’07 (l. to Gaudio)…In ’04. 4-7 (doubles). earned his first ATP World Tour title in Valencia without dropping a set (d. ATPWORLDTOUR. 2004 – Acapulco(CL). own a restaurant in Madrid…Has two sisters. 4 Murray and No. beating No. 2008 – Umag(CL). 16 and won title in Umag (d. Nice. Jose.FERNANDO VERDASCO (ESP) Birthdate: November 15. 6 Tsonga before falling to Nadal in five-sets (5:14) marathon… His lone title came in New Haven (d. Sara and Ana…Close friend of Feliciano Lopez…Favorite football team is Real Madrid…His favorite non-tennis destination is Miami and holidays there…Considers forehand best shot…Posed nude for Cosmopolitan Magazine in July 2008 issue to raise awareness of male cancer for Everyman Campaign…Has trained part-time with Gil Reyes in Las Vegas from 2008-10…Fitness trainer is Vincent Calvo and works with his father Jose. 7 on April 20…Won a personal-high 52 matches and reached Grand Slam-best SF at Australian Open. 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Madrid. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 31 (February 2. 2005 – Kitzbühel(CL).971. Kuala Lumpur(IH). Barcelona(CL). at their home. to Murray) and Kitzbühel in ’05 (l.

2004 – St. 2005 – Palermo(CL). Pölten (d. CAREER TITLES (2): 2006 – Palermo(CL). Matches won-lost: ATP: 4-6 (singles) Challenger: 39-18 (singles).83m) Residence: Livorno. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-2) AUS. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). Lapentti) and won a personal-high 34 matches…Also runner-up in Buenos Aires (l. 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 120 (May 15. Bucharest(CL). to Haase) and Trani (l. including a year-end best No. 38 in ‘06 when he captured his second ATP World Tour title in Palermo (d. Donatella.FILIPPO VOLANDRI (ITA) Birthdate: September 5. Pölten(CL). 2003 – Umag(CL). El Amrani)…Also runner-up back-to-back weeks in San Marino (l. Renato. to Gulbis). N. 1981 Turned Pro: 1997 Birthplace: Livorno.046. Palermo(CL). Malisse) and reached finals in Umag (l. to Huta Galung) in August…Posted an overall Challenger record of 39-18…His best ATP result came in Rome* as he reached 3rd RD (l. No. manager of a pharmaceutical company and mother. 12 Berdych before losing to Gonzalez…In ’04. FINALIST (6): 2006 – Buenos Aires(CL). to Canas) and Palermo (l. to Melzer) that year…Has a 2-6 career record in ATP World Tour finals. CAREER IN REVIEW The Italian native has finished in Top 50 for five straight years from ‘03-07. Top 10: 8-20 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 25 (July 23.695. l.091 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/6 Career Win-Loss vs. 3-2 (doubles). 2010 IN REVIEW The veteran Italian finished in Top 100 for sixth time in last eight years…Played mainly Challengers winning a pair of titles on home soil in Rome (d. 172 . all coming on clay…Has a career mark of 134-94 on clay and 12-61 on other surfaces…His best Grand Slam and ATP Masters 1000 results came in ’07 as he reached 4th RD at Roland Garros (d. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-5 6-6 1-6 1-5 CAREER 0-5 2-4 7-6 13-10 0-2 0-2 1-2 08 1ST 1ST 1ST — 10 — — — 3RD — — — 07 1ST 4TH 1ST 1ST 09 — — — 1ST — — — 06 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 08 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST — — — 05 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 07 1ST 2ND 1ST SF 1ST 1ST 2ND 04 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND 06 2ND 3RD 1ST 2ND — — — 03 — 1ST 1ST 1ST 05 1ST 1ST QF 2ND 1ST 1ST — 04 1ST — 1ST 3RD — — 1ST 03 — — QF QF — — — 02 — — — 1ST — — — 01 — — — 1ST — — — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 28-37) INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID CINCINNATI PARIS PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age seven because his sister was playing and aunt was a tennis teacher…Father. captured his first ATP title in St. Donatella…First coaches were his aunt (Susanna Paoletti) and Piero Cocchella…Likes soccer (supports Milan AC and Livorno teams) and going to movies (thriller and action films)…Admired Stefan Edberg but admits his game has little in common with the Swede's…Likes clay as a surface and favorite shot is the forehand…Likes tennis because it's an individual sport and for the opportunity to travel and see different places…Dream is to win Roland Garros…Coached by Fabrizio Fanucci (since 1997). No. to Berdych)…Has a 10-7 career Davis Cup singles record in 10 ties since ‘01…Earned a career high $472.705 in ’06. Ouahab) in April and in June (d. Italy Weight: 161 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 146-155 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2. to Robredo) and SF in Rome* with wins over Gasquet. 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 91 (4-6) 2007: 40 (20-25) 2004: 43 (30-23) 2001: 212 (2-3) 1998: 525 (0-0) 2009: 218 (0-3) 2006: 38 (34-27) 2003: 48 (18-18) 2000: 167 (0-0) 2008: 104 (10-20) 2005: 39 (28-28) 2002: 154 (0-2) 1999: 264 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $119. to Moya) and Bucharest (l. housewife…Has one older sister. 1 Federer and No. 7 Ljubicic. Italy Height: 6’0” (1. 2004 – Umag(CL).

83m) Residence: St. FINALIST (6): 2010 – Chennai(H). 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 21 (36-19) 2009: 21 (31-20) 2008: 13 (38-21) 2007: 36 (21-24) 2006: 30 (33-24) 2005: 55 (16-16) 2004: 162 (0-7) 2003: 169 (2-4) 2002: 690 (0-0) 2001: T1044 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $862. 2010)…Coached by former ATP pro Peter Lundgren (since mid-July 2010). 2 (behind Federer) finished in Top 25 for third straight year. Hanescu) and runner-up in Chennai (l. the right path. Singles Winner: Casablanca. Switzerland Weight: 174 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 177-135 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4. reached first ATP final in Gstaad (l. Semifinalist: Belgrade. Isabelle is Swiss. 2008 – Doha(H).COM 173 . 1985 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Lausanne. was sidelined for three months with a right knee injury during Davis Cup practice on Feb. Stockholm. ’08 and remained there for 22 straight weeks…In ’09. earned his first ATP World Tour title in Umag as Djokovic retired (breathing difficulties) in ’05. Vienna(IH). 2007 – Stuttgart(CL). 12. Quarterfinalist: Rome*. and mother. to Youzhny in five sets)…Compiled marks of 19-12 on hard and 17-6 on clay. Alexia (born Feb. l. Rome*(CL). 2010 IN REVIEW The Swiss No. CAREER IN REVIEW The Swiss native has finished in Top 30 in four of past five years (except ’07). No. in Stuttgart (l. 13 in ‘08 when he reached finals in Doha and Rome*…Won doubles gold medal at Beijing Olympics (w/Federer)… Won a personal-high 38 matches that year and reached a career-high ranking of No. beat countryman Federer for first time en route to SF at MonteCarlo*…In ’07. including a year-end best No. 8 and underwent surgery following day…Came back and reached two finals. highlighted by his second title and first Grand Slam QF…Won title in Casablanca (d. Matches won-lost: ATP: 36-19 (singles).018. US Open. 9 on June 9. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1).678.810 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/6 Career Win-Loss vs. Wolfram is German. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 14-9) AUS. 2005 – Gstaad(CL).428 in ’08. and two younger sisters Djanaee and Naella. to Nadal) and Vienna (l. to follow with my tennis. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 8-5 10-6 8-6 14-6 10 3RD 4TH 1ST QF 10 — 3RD 3RD QF 3RD 2ND 2ND 2ND 3RD 09 3RD 3RD 4TH 1ST 09 4TH 4TH SF 3RD 3RD 3RD 1ST 3RD 1ST 08 2ND 3RD 4TH 4TH 08 QF 2ND 1ST 07 3RD 2ND 1ST 4TH 06 2ND 1ST 3RD 3RD 06 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST — — 3RD — 2ND 05 — 3RD 1ST 3RD 05 — — — 2ND — 1ST — — 2ND ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 52-41) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 7-3 MIAMI 4-4 MONTE-CARLO 6-4 ROME 11-6 MADRID 5-4 TORONTO/MONTREAL 6-5 CINCINNATI 3-4 SHANGHAI 3-2 PARIS 6-6 07 — — — RUP 1ST 3RD 1ST 3RD 2ND — 1ST — — 2ND 3RD PERSONAL Began playing at age eight…Surname Wawrinka is of Polish decent but Wawrinka is only Polish by ancestry… Nicknamed Stan…Father. 4 Andy Murray in 3rd RD. to Cilic)…Won Challenger title on home soil in Lugano in early June (d. helping handicapped people…Grandparents are Czech…Has one older brother Jonathan. Switzerland Height: 6’0” (1. both work in an organic farm. CAREER TITLES (2): 2010 – Casablanca(CL). FINALIST (3).” he says about it…Started playing international junior events at age 14 and then began satellite circuit following year…Hobbies include movies and music…Considers clay best surface and his best shot backhand… Daughter. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 90 (November 6. Finalist: Chennai. to Djokovic)…In ’06. 2-8 (doubles) Challenger: 5-0 (singles). Starace)…Advanced to QF at US Open (d. Barthelemy.STANISLAS WAWRINKA (SUI) Birthdate: March 28. Top 10: 13-37 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 9 (June 9. ATPWORLDTOUR. are students and they play tennis…Stopped attending school at age 15 in order to focus on tennis full-time…“It was the natural line for me. to Gaudio)…Captured ‘03 Roland Garros junior title…Has a 12-15 career Davis Cup record (11-9 in singles) in 13 ties…Earned a career-high $988. 2006 – Umag(CL). who teaches tennis.

to Pless)…Has an 18-17 career Davis Cup record (13-11 in singles) in 23 ties. who has played mostly pro Futures events in his career from 1998-2000…Childhood hero was Stefan Edberg and “liked his mentality”…At age 13. Lubov. Russia Weight: 172 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 339-244 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $8. 2004 – St.MIKHAIL YOUZHNY (RUS) Birthdate: June 25. Quarterfinalist: Miami*. to Kukushkin)…Reached second SF at US Open (‘06). Cilic) and Kuala Lumpur (d. Golubev)…Finalist in St. FINALIST (10): 2010 – Rotterdam(IH). 4 Davydenko. Davis Cup final in Moscow in 1995 and posed for photos with U. 15-15 (doubles). 2009 – Moscow(IH). 2004 – Beijing(H). 2 Nadal) and reached QF at Australian Open (d. St. CAREER IN REVIEW The Russian has nine consecutive Top 50 year-end rankings. Mikhail. Yulia (married Nov. Andrei. was a ballboy for Russia-U.349. Semifinalist: Kuala Lumpur(w/Stakhovsky). w/ right thigh injury vs. including four Top 20 finishes…Is 7-9 lifetime in finals and has pair of SFs at US Open (‘06 and ’10)…In ‘07. Doubles Winner: Halle(w/Stakhovsky). Top 10: 25-55 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 8 (January 28.900. went into US Open ranked No. Finalist: Rotterdam. 28…In ’07. won title in Chennai (d. 8 on Jan. Petersburg. Soderling)…Runner-up in Dubai (l. 1982 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Moscow. 2009 – Munich(CL). 2007 – Dubai(H). No. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (7). to Tsonga) to reach career-high No. to Djokovic)…Won titles in Munich (d. Kuala Lumpur.433 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 7/10 Career Win-Loss vs. is an economist…Has one older brother. 24)…In ‘05.S. 2008 in Moscow)…Fitness trainer is Oleg Mosiakov and coached by Boris Sobkin (since age 10). Petersburg and runner-up in Beijing…Reached QF at Athens Olympics…In ’02. losing to Nadal…Went 2-4 vs.064. 2007 – Rotterdam(IH). 54 and reached SF (went to No. 2008 – Chennai(H). No. 2010 IN REVIEW The top Russian had career-best year with first Top 10 finish and two titles in five finals…Won 300th career match in February en route to final in Rotterdam (ret. Semifinalist: US Open. Russia Height: 6’0” (1. won Rotterdam and reached two finals…In ’06.900. 2002 – Stuttgart(CL). won St. Roland Garros. St. 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 10 (43-19) 2007: 19 (50-24) 2004: 16 (42-27) 2001: 58 (20-20) 1998: T1105 (0-0) 2009: 19 (42-28) 2006: 24 (25-21) 2003: 43 (29-27) 2000: 113 (6-8) 2008: 33 (28-22) 2005: 44 (23-23) 2002: 32 (31-24) 1999: 327 (0-1) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1.S. Kuala Lumpur(IH). won a personal-high 50 matches with two finals…In ’09. Gstaad. Petersburg(IH). Sampras and Todd Martin…Gives military style salute to fans after big wins with racket above his head with left hand and salute with right…Wife. members Courier. Singles Winner: Munich. 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 43 (September 11. Valencia(IH). Dubai. reaching final of Australian Open juniors in ‘99 (l. Dubai(H). 2002 – St. FINALIST (3). 22. mother. l. Tipsarevic) and reached three finals…In ’08. captured first title in Stuttgart (d. Tokyo(H). Petersburg(IC). passed away. . Munich(CL). reached seven ATP QFs… In ’04. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 30-12 on hard and 12-5 on clay…Earned a career-high $1. Petersburg(IH). Cañas) and led country to Davis Cup title with decisive match win over France’s Mathieu…Compiled outstanding junior results.83m) Residence: Moscow. Petersburg (l. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-9) AUS. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 16-9+ 15-10 19-10 18-8 10 3RD QF 2ND SF 10 — QF 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND 09 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 09 1ST 2ND — 2ND — 3RD 2ND — — 08 QF 3RD 4TH — 08 3RD 4TH 2ND — 1ST 2ND 1ST — 1ST 07 3RD 4TH 4TH 2ND 07 2ND 3RD 2ND 3RD 2ND 3RD 2ND — QF 06 1ST 2ND 3RD SF 06 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND — 2ND 2ND — — 05 2ND 2ND 4TH 3RD 05 2ND 2ND — 1ST 1ST 1ST QF — — 04 1ST 3RD 1ST 3RD 04 4TH 1ST — 1ST 1ST 2ND 2ND — QF 03 4TH 2ND 2ND 1ST 03 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 3RD — 1ST 02 3RD 1ST 4TH — 02 — — — — 3RD — — — — 01 3RD 1ST 4TH 3RD 01 — — 3RD — — — — — — +w/o in 2010 not included ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* (Career W-L: 50-64) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 4-7 MIAMI 7-8 MONTE-CARLO 3-6 ROME 4-7 MADRID 3-7 TORONTO/MONTREAL 8-8 CINCINNATI 9-8 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 6-5 174 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age six…Father.349. won Moscow (d. CAREER TITLES (7): 2010 – Munich(CL). Matches won-lost: ATP: 43-19 (singles).

Roland Garros. finalists in Madrid* and winners at Roland Garros (d. his fourth straight Top 5 campaign. track. 2008 (w/Nestor). ATPWORLDTOUR. Matches won-lost: ATP: 59-23 (doubles) . MONTE CARLO: Champion .COM 175 . BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 14-7 10 09 WON RR (08-10 w/Nestor. mother. 2004 (w/Bovina).2010 (w/Nestor). 2008 (w/Nestor). MADRID: Champion-2009 (w/Nestor). CAREER IN REVIEW The Serbian doubles specialist has 39 career titles and in ‘09 captured a career best nine titles in 11 finals with Nestor while compiling a 61-17 match record…Has finished in Top 20 for seven straight years…Has captured three Grand Slam crowns (all w/Nestor)…Earned his first Slam title at Wimbledon in ‘08 and repeated title following year…In ‘09. TORONTO: Champion .203. 05 w/Paes) 08 06 WON RR 05 RUP ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY* *DOUBLES (11-8 in finals) . 2…In ’08. 2004 (w/Knowle). CINCINNATI: Champion . PERSONAL Began playing at age nine…Nicknames include “Ziki. Finalist .2007 (w/Nestor). Dlouhy-Paes)…It was his third Slam crown…Broke five-month title drought in Vienna in October and followed with runner-up in Basel…Finished tied No.384. 2009 (w/Nestor). Serbia Weight: 200 (90kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 457-235 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5. 2006 Finalist (w/Santoro).2008 (w/Nestor). 2007 (w/Santoro). Zimo. 1. Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. FINALIST (25). Indian Wells*. 2008 in Belgrade)…Twins. Mixed Champion . 2004 (w/Henman). basketball and handball as kid…Childhood heroes were Michael Jordan and Carl Lewis…Enjoys music of U2. WIMBLEDON .2010. five of his titles came at ATP Masters 1000 events (Monte-Carlo*. Cincinnati*.INDIAN WELLS: Finalist . captured titles in Monte-Carlo* and Barcelona.653 One-handed backhand Doubles Titles/Finalist: 39/25 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 176 (March 29. doubles and mixed national championships…Has a 36-17 career Davis Cup record (23-8 in doubles) in 37 ties since ‘95…Was playing captain in ‘03-04…Earned a career high $1.2009 (w/Nestor). Monte-Carlo*. reached a career-high No. Mixed Champion .91m) Residence: Belgrade.2006 (w/Santoro).2008 (w/Sun). Mina (married May 24. Mirko. Rotterdam. Finalist . clinching top spot with win over Bryan Brothers in Tennis Masters Cup final in Shanghai…In singles. Finalist .345 in 2009. Paris*) and finished No. 3 Bhupathi-Mirnyi in final…Also helped his country to its first Davis Cup title (d.2010 (w/Nestor). defended Rotterdam title and one month later. 2006 (w/Santoro). reached final at Indian Wells* (l.2008 (w/Nestor).2010 (w/Nestor). Beijing (all w/Nestor). Nevenka. 3. Zimone”…Father.NENAD ZIMONJIC (SRB) Birthdate: June 4. Madrid*. Igor…Played football.m.2008 (w/Nestor). is a bank employee…Has older brother. finished No.(w/Paes). 06 w/Santoro. 2006 (w/Srebotnik). and Luna (daughter) two minutes later on Dec. Basel. Serbia Height: 6’3” (1. to M. 2005 (w/Paes). ROME: Champion . to Bryan-Bryan)…In February. HAMBURG: Champion . Finalist . 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 3 (59-23) 2009: 3 (61-17) 2008: 1 (49-18) 2007: 5 (49-17) 2004: 18 (32-24) 2001: 32 (33-20) 1998: 116 (0-2) 1995: 364 (0-0) 2006:11 (42-19) 2003: 32 (31-21) 2000: 29 (32-21) 1997: 203 (0-1) 1994: 474 (0-0) 2005:11 (33-22) 2002: 51 (20-15) 1999: 86 (14-12) 1996: 254 (1-0) 1993: 981 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $922. Finalist: Australian Open. picked up title in Sydney and reached Australian Open final (l.Champion 2009.2010. is a civil engineer. Dire Straits and Seal… Considers fast clay and hard courts favorite surfaces and best shot is serve…Credits former pro Robert Seguso with providing assistance and guidance early in career…Wife. PARIS: Champion . GRAND SLAM HISTORY DOUBLES (3-4 in Finals).2009 (w/Nestor). 2 team…Closed season by capturing title at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London where they defeated top-ranked Bryan brothers in SFs and No. Leon (son) born 3:11 p. 18s and men’s (twice) in singles. Finalist . 1999) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (November 17.2010. 176 in March ‘99 and his best Grand Slam result was 3rd RD at Wimbledon that year…Won Yugoslavia 16s. Lopez-Nadal)…On clay. 2008…Elected to ATP Player Council from June 2010 to June 2012. Semifinalist: London / Queen’s Club. Madrid*. Barcelona. Rome*. 1976 Turned Pro: 1995 Birthplace: Belgrade. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (39). Vienna. ROLAND GARROS: Champion .2008 (w/Nestor). 3 in doubles individually.199. Doubles Winner: Sydney. AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Finalist . France 3-2)… Lost five-set match (w/Troicki) to Clement-Llodra in final…In January. 2005 . 2010 IN REVIEW The Serb teamed with Canadian Nestor to compile a 7-4 mark in finals and finish as No.2009 (w/Nestor).

reaching his first ATP World Tour SF in Moscow in addition to four QFs…In February. to Simon) in October…Went from No. 2010 IN REVIEW The German finished in Top 100 for fourth year in a row highlighted by his maiden ATP World Tour final in Metz (l. CAREER IN REVIEW The German broke through to reach a career-high No. 1-6 (doubles) Challenger: 7-9 (singles).526. defeated No.91m) Residence: Monte-Carlo. a former Davis Cup player for the former Soviet Union… Family moved from Moscow to Germany in 1991…Mother. to Verdasco)…In doubles. Sascha. to Wawrinka)…Then reached QF on clay at Umag (l. 3-6 (doubles).753 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. No. 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS) 2010: 82 (13-18) 2009: 78 (15-24) 2008: 80 (18-22) 2007: 80 (6-8) 2006: 157 (3-3) 2005: 552 (0-0) 2004: 690 (0-0) 2003: 776 (0-0) 2002:T1345 (0-0) 2010 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $318. 155 to No. is also a former player…Both parents coach at a tennis club in Hamburg (UHC)…Has one younger brother. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). Quarterfinalist: Halle. highlighted by five ATP World Tour QF finishes. Russia Height: 6’3” (1. CAREER FINALIST (1): 2010 – Metz(IH). finished at No. Doubles Semifinalist: Houston(w/Zeballos). compiling a 26-15 Challenger record with three titles to finish in Top 100 for first time at No. Stakhovsky. 45 in June ‘09. 7 Simon before losing to Federer…Has played better indoors (23-18. Semifinalist: Marseille. 361) on ATP World Tour in his career…In ’08. improved his ranking for a fifth straight season. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER 1-4 0-3 3-3 0-2 10 1ST 1ST — — 10 1ST — — — — 3RD 09 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 09 1ST 1ST QF 1ST 1ST 1ST 08 1ST 1ST 3RD 1ST 07 2ND — 1ST — ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 5-9) CAREER INDIAN WELLS 0-2 MIAMI 0-1 ROME 3-1 TORONTO/MONTREAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 0-1 SHANGHAI 2-2 PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age two with father Alexander. 1-6 on clay). 5 Ferrer in Rotterdam for first Top 10 win before losing to Karlovic in QF…At Wimbledon turned in a Grand Slam-best 3rd RD (d.805. Ferrero. 80 for second straight year. 176 . Irina. l. GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-3) AUS.MISCHA ZVEREV (GER) Birthdate: August 22. won ATP titles in Halle and Tokyo (w/Youzhny) and was a finalist in Stuttgart (w/Berrer)…In ’07. Singles Finalist: Metz. who is a promising junior player…Speaks Russian. Matches won-lost: ATP: 13-18 (singles).010 in ‘09. including his first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 in Rome* as a qualifier…Posted wins over Berdych. 80…His best ATP result was a QF in Newport (l. to eventual champion Santoro)…Has a 60-47 career match record in Challengers and 4-1 in finals while 59-38 in Futures events and 4-0 in finals…Earned a career high $464. Top 10: 4-6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 45 (June 8. to Llodra) in February and QF in Halle (l. to Verdasco) and on hard courts at New Haven (l. l. Mathieu and No. 6 Davydenko. to Becker) in June…Qualified in Shanghai* and reached 3rd RD (d.561) compared to outdoors (32-57. 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 44 (June 8. 115 afterwards…Also a SF in Marseille (l. 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Moscow. FINALIST (3). Peya. German and English…Nicknamed Misch…Likes fishing and NBA (supports Miami Heat)…Admired his father who according to players such as Alexander Volkov and Yevgeny Kafelnikov played like a cat on the court’…Favorite surface is indoors and favorite shots are serve and volley…Coached by his father. . to Monaco)…Went 13-18 in ATP events (10-11 on hard. Monaco Weight: 178 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 55-75 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1.

PLAYER BIRTHDAYS JANUARY David Nalbandian 1-82 Pablo Cuevas 1-86 Stefan Koubek 2-77 Ivan Dodig 2-85 Santiago Ventura 5-80 Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo 6-78 Sergiy Stakhovsky 6-86 Michael Kohlmann 11-74 Paul-Henri Mathieu 12-82 Ruben Bemelmans 14-88 Marcin Matkowski 15-81 Carlos Salamanca 15-83 Albert Ramos-Vinolas 17-88 Olivier Rochus 18-81 Horia Tecau 19-85 Robert Farah 20-87 Ivan Sergeyev 20-88 Nicolas Mahut 21-82 Pablo Andujar 23-86 Adrian Ungur 25-85 Izak Van der Merwe 26-84 Daniel Munoz-De La Nava29-82 Julian Reister Matthias Bachinger Karol Beck Dudi Sela Jonathan Erlich Robin Haase Pere Riba David Marrero Thomas Schoorel Lukas Dlouhy Andy Ram Rui Machado Juan Pablo Brzezicki Marcel Granollers Simon Greul Josselin Ouanna Roberto Bautista-Agut Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Alex Bogomolov Jr.COM 177 . Eduardo Schwank Taylor Dent Rainer Schuettler Juan Sebastian Cabal John Isner Horacio Zeballos Julian Knowle Bob Bryan Mike Bryan 2-86 2-87 3-82 4-85 5-77 6-87 7-88 8-80 8-89 9-83 10-80 10-84 12-82 12-86 13-81 14-86 14-88 17-85 23-83 23-86 24-81 25-76 25-86 26-85 27-85 29-74 29-78 29-78 1-78 1-82 7-92 8-89 9-83 11-74 15-87 15-87 16-82 16-91 17-80 18-80 18-86 18-88 21-84 21-86 22-81 22-81 22-82 22-87 23-85 24-87 25-82 27-88 30-83 Benjamin Becker Leander Paes Marcos Baghdatis Richard Gasquet Carsten Ball Richard Berankis Janko Tipsarevic Mikhail Youzhny Yuri Schukin Eric Prodon Adrian Mannarino 16-81 17-73 17-85 18-86 20-87 21-90 22-84 25-82 26-79 27-81 29-88 1-79 1-80 4-78 6-77 8-80 11-89 14-81 14-83 14-87 16-80 17-82 17-87 19-80 20-83 21-81 21-85 21-86 22-87 23-81 23-89 24-85 25-83 29-80 31-82 2-83 2-85 7-83 7-85 8-81 8-85 9-77 14-83 14-84 16-81 18-87 21-85 22-87 25-81 30-79 30-82 30-88 31-79 1-86 4-71 4-72 5-81 5-84 7-86 8-87 Marco Chiudinelli Tomas Berdych Yuichi Sugita Conor Niland Thiemo de Bakker Feliciano Lopez Franco Skugor Andrej Martin Marcelo Melo Marin Cilic Grega Zemlja Igor Kunitsyn 10-81 17-85 18-88 19-81 19-88 20-81 20-87 20-89 23-83 28-88 29-86 30-81 4-79 5-83 5-90 6-85 7-82 7-87 8-85 10-79 11-79 16-83 19-81 26-85 3-87 7-88 12-77 13-90 14-76 14-76 14-83 15-79 15-83 26-80 26-87 27-78 27-87 28-83 3-87 8-82 8-84 9-81 12-82 15-81 17-77 20-81 21-80 26-87 27-84 27-88 27-90 28-79 28-80 29-89 30-87 JULY Julio Silva Michael Berrer Marcos Daniel Max Mirnyi Mariusz Fyrstenberg Martin Klizan Potito Starace Igor Andreev Ryan Sweeting Oliver Marach Bobby Reynolds Daniel Brands Xavier Malisse Maximo Gonzalez Victor Hanescu Filip Polasek Martin Fischer Andrey Golubev Jarkko Nieminen Donald Young Lukas Rosol Stephane Bohli Fernando Gonzalez Marc Lopez OCTOBER Bjorn Phau Florian Mayer Federico Del Bonis Jesse Huta Galung Robby Ginepri Sam Querrey Simone Bolelli Nicolas Massu Michal Mertinak Philipp Kohlschreiber Ivan Navarro Alexandre Kudryavtsev FEBRUARY Carlos Berlocq Rogerio Dutra Da Silva Andreas Beck Jaroslav Pospisil Viktor Troicki Juan Carlos Ferrero Jeremy Chardy Somdev Devvarman Wesley Moodie Evgeny Korolev Michal Przysiezny Antonio Veic Andreas Seppi Konstantin Kravchuk Lleyton Hewitt Santiago Gonzalez Brian Dabul Bruno Soares Ivo Karlovic Florent Serra 3-83 3-84 5-86 9-81 10-86 12-80 12-87 13-85 14-79 14-88 16-84 18-88 21-84 23-85 24-81 24-83 24-84 27-82 28-79 28-81 1-71 4-80 5-87 13-84 17-80 18-84 19-77 19-79 22-87 24-84 24-85 25-80 28-85 29-84 30-77 2-82 2-83 NOVEMBER Lukas Lacko Alexandr Dolgopolov Paul Hanley Jerzy Janowicz Ramon Delgado Frantisek Cermak Alejandro Falla Robert Kendrick Fernando Verdasco Albert Montanes Matthew Ebden Radek Stepanek Santiago Giraldo Edouard Roger-Vasselin MAY Michael Russell Tommy Robredo Ryan Harrison Benoit Paire Gilles Muller Simon Aspelin Andy Murray Leonardo Mayer Lukasz Kubot Grigor Dimitrov Stephane Robert Michael Llodra Kevin Anderson Tatsuma Ito Ivo Minar Tobias Kamke Jurgen Melzer Eric Butorac Thiago Alves Novak Djokovic Teymuraz Gabashvili Fabio Fognini Victor Crivoi Joao Souza Simone Vagnozzi AUGUST Nikola Ciric Ilija Bozoljac Jan Hajek Daniel Gimeno-Traver Roger Federer Marinko Matosevic Alessio Di Mauro Yen-Hsun Lu Robin Soderling Denis Gremelmayr Igor Sijsling Nicolas Almagro Mischa Zverev Jean-Julien Rojer Juan Ignacio Chela Andy Roddick Ernests Gulbis Peter Luczak DECEMBER Tim Smyczek David Guez Dustin Brown Mardy Fish Dmitry Tursunov Paolo Lorenzi Arnaud Clement Julien Benneteau Ricardo Mello Mikhail Kukushkin Gilles Simon Attila Balazs Milos Raonic James Blake Diego Junqueira Kei Nishikori Thomaz Bellucci MARCH Dick Norman Rohan Bopanna Blaz Kavcic Steve Darcis Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi Rajeev Ram Robert Lindstedt Ivan Ljubicic Andreas Haider-Maurer Philipp Petzschner Frederico Gil Olivier Patience Stanislas Wawrinka Juan Monaco Marc Gicquel JUNE Nikolay Davydenko 2-81 Rafael Nadal 3-86 Nenad Zimonjic 4-76 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 4-83 Rik De Voest 5-80 Mahesh Bhupathi 7-74 Marsel Ilhan 11-87 Christopher Kas 13-80 John Millman 14-89 SEPTEMBER Gael Monfils Mark Knowles Daniel Nestor Filippo Volandri Go Soeda Denis Istomin Illya Marchenko APRIL David Ferrer Paul Capdeville ATPWORLDTOUR.

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Victor/ROU 52 Seppi. Brydan/AUS 215 Peya. David/ESP 8 Roddick. Adrian/ROU 187 Massu. Frederico/POR 102 Phau. Victor/DOM 220 Knittel. Alexander/GER 239 Lindahl. Alex/USA 249 Lammer. Marinko/AUS 139 Pospisil. Ramon/PAR 196 Patience. Gregoire/FRA 234 Tavares. Ernests/LAT 25 Montanes. Dieter/GER 231 Kuznetsov. Benjamin/GER 54 Hewitt. Carlos/COL 173 Harrison. Sergiy/UKR 47 Starace.Marcel/ESP 43 de Bakker. Antonio/CRO 193 Cabal. Dusan/CZE 229 Goffin. Uladzimir/BLR 224 Zopp. Rainer/GER 85 Dabul. Tim/USA 172 Salamanca. Ryler/USA 237 Hocevar. Pablo/URU 180 . Federico/ARG 161 Janowicz. 6. Guillaume/FRA 204 Millman. Greg/AUS 1 Nadal. Kei/JPN 99 Russell. Grigor/BUL 107 Bolelli. Daniel/GER 105 Falla. Juan Ignacio/ARG 39 Nieminen. Milos/CAN 157 Ouanna. Laurent/FRA 206 Millot. Simon/GER 131 Koubek.. Gilles/FRA 42 Granollers. Jo-Wilfried/FRA 14 Cilic. Karol/SVK 104 Brands. Fabio/ITA 56 Gimeno-Traver. Igor/NED 128 Young. Daniel/ESP 57 Petzschner. Vincent/FRA 207 Polansky. Rafael/ESP 2 Federer. Jesse/USA 227 Ventura. Marco/ITA 236 DeHeart. Ricardo/BRA 77 Ramirez Hidalgo. Eric/FRA 146 Kravchuk. Leonardo/ARG 95 Hajek. Martin/AUT 134 Muller. Sam/USA 19 Isner. Konstantin/RUS 147 Munoz-De LaNava. Alex/USA 167 Minar. David/BEL 230 Kindlmann. Julian/GER 115 Kendrick. Santiago/COL 65 Haase. Daniel/ESP 148 Junqueira. Juan Pablo/ARG 176 Crivoi. James/GBR 202 Gensse. Ryan/USA 117 Chiudinelli. James/USA 136 Bohli. Arnaud/FRA 79 Andreev. Lukas/CZE 165 Capdeville. Dmitry/RUS 198 Ciric. Jurgen/EST 225 Zampieri. Yuichi/JPN 181 De Voest. John/USA 20 Baghdatis. Michal/POL 87 Berankis. Rui/POR 94 Mayer. Nick/SWE 240 Hernych. Pere/ESP 73 Karlovic. Ivan/CRO 18 Querrey. Juan Carlos/ESP 30 Gasquet. Robert/COL 191 Balazs. Yannick/BEL 246 Rochette. Lukasz/POL 71 Andujar. Benoit/FRA 153 Ball. Alexander/AUT 216 El Amrani. Tatsuma/JPN 185 Ram. Santiago/ESP 228 Lojda. Lleyton/AUS 55 Fognini. Potito/ITA 48 Dolgopolov. Gael/FRA 13 Tsonga. Izak/RSA 175 Brzezicki. Ilija/SRB 150 Alves. Paul-Henri/FRA 98 Nishikori. Teymuraz/RUS 81 Marchenko. Michael/FRA 24 Gulbis. Jerzy/POL 162 Di Mauro. Matthias/GER 189 Silva. Alexandre/RUS 160 Del Bonis. Adrian/FRA 84 Schuettler. Marc/FRA 152 Paire. Robert/USA 116 Sweeting. Stephane/FRA 123 Ramos-Vinolas. Simone/ITA 180 Sugita. Feliciano/ESP 33 Garcia-Lopez. Fernando/CHI 69 Serra. Roberto/ESP 171 Smyczek. Stefan/AUT 132 Mahut. Fernando/ESP 10 Youzhny. John/AUS 205 Recouderc. Giovanni/ECU 211 Cipolla. Alexandr/UKR 49 Tipsarevic. Nicolas/ESP 16 Fish. Julien/FRA 45 Chardy. Mikhail/KAZ 60 Malisse. Rik/RSA 182 Skugor. Andrey/RUS 232 Semjan. Olivier/FRA 197 Tursunov. Mischa/GER 83 Mannarino. Ivan/CRO 89 Lacko. Paolo/ITA 144 Ginepri. Joao/BRA 112 Kavcic. Tobias/GER 68 Gonzalez. Steve/BEL 110 Zeballos. Guillermo/ESP 218 Decoud. Jarkko/FIN 40 Istomin. Mardy/USA 17 Ljubicic. Jesse/NED 126 Schukin. Igor/RUS 80 Gabashvili. Jaroslav/CZE 140 Korolev. Sebastian/ARG 219 Estrella. Robby/USA 145 Prodon. Viktor/SRB 29 Ferrero. Xavier/BEL 61 Anderson. Ricardo/BRA 238 Flock. Andrej/SVK 178 Bemelmans. Juan/ARG 27 Nalbandian. Ruben/ESP 78 Clement. Philipp/GER 35 Lu. Jan/CZE 96 Daniel. Radek/CZE 63 Cuevas. Stephane/SUI 137 Luczak. Marcos/BRA 97 Mathieu. Jorge/CHI 223 Ignatik. Horacio/ARG 111 Souza. Albert/ESP 124 Roger-Vasselin. Jan/CZE 241 Martin. Martin/SVK 156 Raonic. Rogerio/BRA 159 Kudryavtsev. Jeremy/FRA 46 Stakhovsky. Andy/GBR 5 Soderling.SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS 2010 ATP RANKINGS (YEAR-END) SINGLES (As of Dec. Igor/RUS 101 Gil. Nikolay/RUS 23 Llodra. Yuri/KAZ 127 Sijsling. Marsel/TUR 91 Volandri. Bernard/AUS 209 Cook. Caio/BRA 226 Witten. Filip/SRB 214 Klein. Oscar/ESP 222 Aguilar. Bjorn/GER 103 Beck. Andy/USA 9 Verdasco. Nicolas/CHI 188 Bachinger. Franco/CRO 183 Ebden. Edouard/FRA 125 Huta Galung. Somdev/IND 109 Darcis. Laurent/FRA 247 Rochus. Philipp/GER 58 Berrer. Kevin/USA 244 Rieschick. Blaz/SLO 113 Rochus. Filippo/ITA 92 Brown. Jurgen/AUT 12 Monfils. Ryan/USA 174 Van der Merwe. Richard/FRA 31 Bellucci. Thomaz/BRA 32 Lopez. Josselin/FRA 158 Dutra Da Silva. Augustin/FRA 203 Rufin. Michael/SUI 250 Jones. Go/JPN 121 Gremelmayr. Victor/ROU 177 Martin. Leonardo/POR 235 Crugnola. Conor/IRL 130 Greul. Donald/USA 129 Niland. Marco/SUI 118 Dent. Simone/ITA 108 Devvarman. Nicolas/FRA 133 Fischer. Guillermo/ESP 34 Kohlschreiber. Janko/SRB 50 Robredo. Ivo/CRO 74 Schwank. Alberto/ESP 242 Sousa. Matteo/ITA 213 Krajinovic. Florian/GER 38 Chela. Denis/UZB 41 Simon. Andreas/ITA 53 Becker. Roger/SUI 3 Djokovic. Gilles/LUX 135 Blake. Marcos/CYP 21 Wawrinka. Kevin/RSA 62 Stepanek. Lester/USA 210 Lapentti. Florent/FRA 70 Kubot. Bobby/USA 164 Rosol. Robin/SWE 6 Berdych. Nikola/SRB 199 Sergeyev. Albert/ESP 26 Monaco. Stanislas/SUI 22 Davydenko. Carsten/AUS 154 Beck. Matthew/AUS 184 Ito. Ivo/CZE 168 Schoorel. Thiago/BRA 151 Gicquel. Ivan/ESP 195 Delgado. Tommy/ESP 51 Hanescu. Alessio/ITA 163 Reynolds. Thomas/NED 169 Guez. Alejandro/COL 106 Dimitrov. Attila/HUN 192 Veic. Peter/AUS 138 Matosevic. Andreas/AUT 120 Soeda. Marek/SVK 233 Burquier. Robin/NED 66 Berlocq. Diego/ARG 149 Bozoljac. Denis/GER 122 Robert. Guillermo/ESP 201 Ward. Rajeev/USA 186 Ungur. Novak/SRB 4 Murray. Paul/CHI 166 Bogomolov Jr. Eduardo/ARG 75 Sela. Flavio/ITA 212 Viola. Andreas/GER 155 Klizan. David/FRA 170 Bautista-Agut. Illya/UKR 82 Zverev. Julio/BRA 190 Farah. Carlos/ARG 67 Kamke. 2010) 64 Giraldo. Thiemo/NED 44 Benneteau. Bastian/GER 221 Hernandez. Mikhail/RUS 11 Melzer. Taylor/USA 119 Haider-Maurer. Pablo/ESP 72 Riba. Tomas/CZE 7 Ferrer. Lukas/SVK 90 Ilhan. Michael/USA 100 Kunitsyn. Juan Sebastian/COL 194 Navarro. Ruben/BEL 179 Vagnozzi. Yen-Hsun/TPE 36 Golubev. Marin/CRO 15 Almagro. Joao/POR 243 Kim. Andrey/KAZ 37 Mayer. David/ARG 28 Troicki. Maximo/ARG 142 Zemlja. Michael/GER 59 Kukushkin. Richard/LTU 88 Dodig. Dustin/GER 93 Machado. Peter/CAN 208 Tomic. Reda/MAR 217 Olaso. Olivier/BEL 114 Reister. Sebastian/GER 245 Mertens. Brian/ARG 86 Przysiezny. Ivan/UKR 200 Alcaide. Evgeny/KAZ 141 Gonzalez. Dudi/ISR 76 Mello. Christophe/BEL 248 Kuznetsov. Grega/SLO 143 Lorenzi.

SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKINGS YEAR-END HISTORY TOP 10 SINGLES (SINCE 1973) 2009 1 Roger Federer (SUI) 2 Rafael Nadal (ESP) 3 Novak Djokovic (SRB) 4 Andy Murray (GBR) 5 Juan Martin del Potro(ARG) 6 Nikolay Davydenko (RUS) 7 Andy Roddick (USA) 8 Robin Soderling (SWE) 9 Fernando Verdasco (ESP) 10 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) 2008 1 Rafael Nadal (ESP) 2 Roger Federer (SUI) 3 Novak Djokovic (SRB) 4 Andy Murray (GBR) 5 Nikolay Davydenko (RUS) 6 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (FRA) 7 Gilles Simon (FRA) 8 Andy Roddick (USA) 9 Juan Martin del Potro(ARG) 10 James Blake (USA) 2007 1 Roger Federer 2 Rafael Nadal 3 Novak Djokovic 4 Nikolay Davydenko 5 David Ferrer 6 Andy Roddick 7 Fernando Gonzalez 8 Richard Gasquet 9 David Nalbandian 10 Tommy Robredo 2006 1 Roger Federer 2 Rafael Nadal 3 Nikolay Davydenko 4 James Blake 5 Ivan Ljubicic 6 Andy Roddick 7 Tommy Robredo 8 David Nalbandian 9 Mario Ancic 10 Fernando Gonzalez 2005 1 Roger Federer 2 Rafael Nadal 3 Andy Roddick 4 Lleyton Hewitt 5 Nikolay Davydenko 6 David Nalbandian 7 Andre Agassi 8 Guillermo Coria 9 Ivan Ljubicic 10 Gaston Gaudio 2004 1 Roger Federer 2 Andy Roddick 3 Lleyton Hewitt 4 Marat Safin 5 Carlos Moya 6 Tim Henman 7 Guillermo Coria 8 Andre Agassi 9 David Nalbandian 10 Gaston Gaudio 2003 1 Andy Roddick 2 Roger Federer 3 Juan Carlos Ferrero 4 Andre Agassi 5 Guillermo Coria 6 Rainer Schuettler 7 Carlos Moya 8 David Nalbandian 9 Mark Philippoussis 10 Sebastien Grosjean (SUI) (ESP) (SRB) (RUS) (ESP) (USA) (CHI) (FRA) (ARG) (ESP) (SUI) (ESP) (RUS) (USA) (CRO) (USA) (ESP) (ARG) (CRO) (CHI) (SUI) (ESP) (USA) (AUS) (RUS) (ARG) (USA) (ARG) (CRO) (ARG) (SUI) (USA) (AUS) (RUS) (ESP) (GBR) (ARG) (USA) (ARG) (ARG) (USA) (SUI) (ESP) (USA) (ARG) (GER) (ESP) (ARG) (AUS) (FRA) 2002 1 Lleyton Hewitt 2 Andre Agassi 3 Marat Safin 4 Juan Carlos Ferrero 5 Carlos Moya 6 Roger Federer 7 Jiri Novak 8 Tim Henman 9 Albert Costa 10 Andy Roddick 2001 1 Lleyton Hewitt 2 Gustavo Kuerten 3 Andre Agassi 4 Yevgeny Kafelnikov 5 Juan Carlos Ferrero 6 Sebastien Grosjean 7 Patrick Rafter 8 Tommy Haas 9 Tim Henman 10 Pete Sampras 2000 1 Gustavo Kuerten 2 Marat Safin 3 Pete Sampras 4 Magnus Norman 5 Yevgeny Kafelnikov 6 Andre Agassi 7 Lleyton Hewitt 8 Alex Corretja 9 Thomas Enqvist 10 Tim Henman 1999 1 Andre Agassi 2 Yevgeny Kafelnikov 3 Pete Sampras 4 Thomas Enqvist 5 Gustavo Kuerten 6 Nicolas Kiefer 7 Todd Martin 8 Nicolas Lapentti 9 Marcelo Rios 10 Richard Krajicek 1998 1 Pete Sampras 2 Marcelo Rios 3 Alex Corretja 4 Patrick Rafter 5 Carlos Moya 6 Andre Agassi 7 Tim Henman 8 Karol Kucera 9 Greg Rusedski 10 Richard Krajicek 1997 1 Pete Sampras 2 Patrick Rafter 3 Michael Chang 4 Jonas Bjorkman 5 Yevgeny Kafelnikov 6 Greg Rusedski 7 Carlos Moya 8 Sergi Bruguera 9 Thomas Muster 10 Marcelo Rios 1996 1 Pete Sampras 2 Michael Chang 3 Yevgeny Kafelnikov 4 Goran Ivanisevic 5 Thomas Muster 6 Boris Becker 7 Richard Krajicek 8 Andre Agassi 9 Thomas Enqvist 10 Wayne Ferreira (AUS) (USA) (RUS) (ESP) (ESP) (SUI) (CZE) (GBR) (ESP) (USA) (AUS) (BRA) (USA) (RUS) (ESP) (FRA) (AUS) (GER) (GBR) (USA) (BRA) (RUS) (USA) (SWE) (RUS) (USA) (AUS) (ESP) (SWE) (GBR) (USA) (RUS) (USA) (SWE) (BRA) (GER) (USA) (ECU) (CHI) (NED) (USA) (CHI) (ESP) (AUS) (ESP) (USA) (GBR) (SVK) (GBR) (NED) (USA) (AUS) (USA) (SWE) (RUS) (GBR) (ESP) (ESP) (AUT) (CHI) (USA) (USA) (RUS) (CRO) (AUT) (GER) (NED) (USA) (SWE) (RSA) 1995 1 Pete Sampras 2 Andre Agassi 3 Thomas Muster 4 Boris Becker 5 Michael Chang 6 Yevgeny Kafelnikov 7 Thomas Enqvist 8 Jim Courier 9 Wayne Ferreira 10 Goran Ivanisevic 1994 1 Pete Sampras 2 Andre Agassi 3 Boris Becker 4 Sergi Bruguera 5 Goran Ivanisevic 6 Michael Chang 7 Stefan Edberg 8 Alberto Berasategui 9 Michael Stich 10 Todd Martin 1993 1 Pete Sampras 2 Michael Stich 3 Jim Courier 4 Sergi Bruguera 5 Stefan Edberg 6 Andrei Medvedev 7 Goran Ivanisevic 8 Michael Chang 9 Thomas Muster 10 Cedric Pioline 1992 1 Jim Courier 2 Stefan Edberg 3 Pete Sampras 4 Goran Ivanisevic 5 Boris Becker 6 Michael Chang 7 Petr Korda 8 Ivan Lendl 9 Andre Agassi 10 Richard Krajicek 1991 1 Stefan Edberg 2 Jim Courier 3 Boris Becker 4 Michael Stich 5 Ivan Lendl 6 Pete Sampras 7 Guy Forget 8 Karel Novacek 9 Petr Korda 10 Andre Agassi 1990 1 Stefan Edberg 2 Boris Becker 3 Ivan Lendl 4 Andre Agassi 5 Pete Sampras 6 Andres Gomez 7 Thomas Muster 8 Emilio Sanchez 9 Goran Ivanisevic 10 Brad Gilbert 1989 1 Ivan Lendl 2 Boris Becker 3 Stefan Edberg 4 John McEnroe 5 Michael Chang 6 Brad Gilbert 7 Andre Agassi 8 Aaron Krickstein 9 Alberto Mancini 10 Jay Berger (USA) (USA) (AUT) (GER) (USA) (RUS) (SWE) (USA) (RSA) (CRO) (USA) (USA) (GER) (ESP) (CRO) (USA) (SWE) (ESP) (GER) (USA) (USA) (GER) (USA) (ESP) (SWE) (UKR) (CRO) (USA) (AUT) (FRA) (USA) (SWE) (USA) (CRO) (GER) (USA) (CZE) (USA) (USA) (NED) (SWE) (USA) (GER) (GER) (CZE) (USA) (FRA) (CZE) (CZE) (USA) (SWE) (GER) (CZE) (USA) (USA) (ECU) (AUT) (ESP) (CRO) (USA) (CZE) (GER) (SWE) (USA) (USA) (USA) (USA) (USA) (ARG) (USA) 1988 1 Mats Wilander 2 Ivan Lendl 3 Andre Agassi 4 Boris Becker 5 Stefan Edberg 6 Kent Carlsson 7 Jimmy Connors 8 Jakob Hlasek 9 Henri Leconte 10 Tim Mayotte 1987 1 Ivan Lendl 2 Stefan Edberg 3 Mats Wilander 4 Jimmy Connors 5 Boris Becker 6 Miloslav Mecir 7 Pat Cash 8 Yannick Noah 9 Tim Mayotte 10 John McEnroe 1986 1 Ivan Lendl 2 Boris Becker 3 Mats Wilander 4 Yannick Noah 5 Stefan Edberg 6 Henri Leconte 7 Joakim Nystrom 8 Jimmy Connors 9 Miloslav Mecir 10 Andres Gomez 1985 1 Ivan Lendl 2 John McEnroe 3 Mats Wilander 4 Jimmy Connors 5 Stefan Edberg 6 Boris Becker 7 Yannick Noah 8 Anders Jarryd 9 Miloslav Mecir 10 Kevin Curren 1984 1 John McEnroe 2 Jimmy Connors 3 Ivan Lendl 4 Mats Wilander 5 Andres Gomez 6 Anders Jarryd 7 Henrik Sundstrom 8 Pat Cash 9 Eliot Teltscher 10 Yannick Noah 1983 1 John McEnroe 2 Ivan Lendl 3 Jimmy Connors 4 Mats Wilander 5 Yannick Noah 6 Jimmy Arias 7 Jose Higueras 8 Jose-Luis Clerc 9 Kevin Curren 10 Gene Mayer 1982 1 John McEnroe 2 Jimmy Connors 3 Ivan Lendl 4 Guillermo Vilas 5 Vitas Gerulaitis 6 Jose-Luis Clerc 7 Mats Wilander 8 Gene Mayer 9 Yannick Noah 10 Peter McNamara 1981 1 John McEnroe 2 Ivan Lendl 3 Jimmy Connors 4 Bjorn Borg 5 Jose-Luis Clerc 6 Guillermo Vilas 7 Gene Mayer 8 Eliot Teltscher 9 Vitas Gerulaitis 10 Peter McNamara (SWE) (CZE) (USA) (GER) (SWE) (SWE) (USA) (SUI) (FRA) (USA) (CZE) (SWE) (SWE) (USA) (GER) (CZE) (AUS) (FRA) (USA) (USA) (CZE) (GER) (SWE) (FRA) (SWE) (FRA) (SWE) (USA) (CZE) (ECU) (CZE) (USA) (SWE) (USA) (SWE) (GER) (FRA) (SWE) (CZE) (USA) (USA) (USA) (CZE) (SWE) (ECU) (SWE) (SWE) (AUS) (USA) (FRA) (USA) (CZE) (USA) (SWE) (FRA) (USA) (ESP) (ARG) (RSA) (USA) (USA) (USA) (CZE) (ARG) (USA) (ARG) (SWE) (USA) (FRA) (AUS) (USA) (CZE) (USA) (SWE) (ARG) (ARG) (USA) (USA) (USA) (AUS) 1980 1 Bjorn Borg 2 John McEnroe 3 Jimmy Connors 4 Gene Mayer 5 Guillermo Vilas 6 Ivan Lendl 7 Harold Solomon 8 Jose-Luis Clerc 9 Vitas Gerulaitis 10 Eliot Teltscher 1979 1 Bjorn Borg 2 Jimmy Connors 3 John McEnroe 4 Vitas Gerulaitis 5 Roscoe Tanner 6 Guillermo Vilas 7 Arthur Ashe 8 Harold Solomon 9 Jose Higueras 10 Eddie Dibbs 1978 1 Jimmy Connors 2 Bjorn Borg 3 Guillermo Vilas 4 John McEnroe 5 Vitas Gerulaitis 6 Eddie Dibbs 7 Brian Gottfried 8 Raul Ramirez 9 Harold Solomon 10 Corrado Barazzutti 1977 1 Jimmy Connors 2 Guillermo Vilas 3 Bjorn Borg 4 Vitas Gerulaitis 5 Brian Gottfried 6 Eddie Dibbs 7 Manuel Orantes 8 Raul Ramirez 9 Ilie Nastase 10 Dick Stockton 1976 1 Jimmy Connors 2 Bjorn Borg 3 Ilie Nastase 4 Manuel Orantes 5 Raul Ramirez 6 Guillermo Vilas 7 Adriano Panatta 8 Harold Solomon 9 Eddie Dibbs 10 Brian Gottfried 1975 1 Jimmy Connors 2 Guillermo Vilas 3 Bjorn Borg 4 Arthur Ashe 5 Manuel Orantes 6 Ken Rosewall 7 Ilie Nastase 8 John Alexander 9 Roscoe Tanner 10 Rod Laver 1974 1 Jimmy Connors 2 John Newcombe 3 Bjorn Borg 4 Rod Laver 5 Guillermo Vilas 6 Tom Okker 7 Arthur Ashe 8 Ken Rosewall 9 Stan Smith 10 Ilie Nastase 1973 1 Ilie Nastase 2 John Newcombe 3 Jimmy Connors 4 Tom Okker 5 Stan Smith 6 Ken Rosewall 7 Manuel Orantes 8 Rod Laver 9 Jan Kodes 10 Arthur Ashe (SWE) (USA) (USA) 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1983 June 6. 21 Yrs. 29.. there have been 88 changes at the top. 1983 June 13. 1999 May 3. 1992 Sept. 2000 Sampras 10 Nov. 8.. 1984 June 18. 9 Mos. 2003 Nov. 23. 2. 1973 Thomas Muster Feb.. 1982 Nov. 1992 Oct. 21 Yrs. 1981 Aug. 12.. 1977 Connors Apr.. 30. 1990 Andre Agassi Apr. 1990 Stefan Edberg (8) Bold denotes first time at No. 6 Mos. 13. 2003 Safin Kuerten Safin Kuerten Lleyton Hewitt (20) 4 5 3 30 75 Aug. 1989 Lendl Agassi 2 Hewitt 5 Agassi 12 Juan Carlos Ferrero (21) 8 Andy Roddick (22) 13 Feb. 4. 1985 Lendl Sept. 11 Mos. 2001 Apr. 1996 Feb. 1982 Jan. 29. 11 Mos.. 1980 Aug. 1973 Ilie Nastase (1) June 3.. 10. 1993 Jimmy Connors July 29. 12.. 21 Yrs. 1 Age when reaching No..SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKINGS HISTORY OF NO. 13. 24 Yrs. 1999 Sept. 1996 Apr. 1996 John Newcombe June 3. 2001 Feb. 1988 Mats Wilander (7) Jan. 21 Yrs. 1996 Mar. 1 on August 23. 23. 1983 Feb. 2 Mos. 3 Mos. 1973. 24. 1983 Boris Becker Jan. 11 Mos. 20. 1984 Aug.. 1999 June 14. 2001 Marat Safin Nov. 2 Mos. 1998 Roger Federer Feb. 1999 30 12 Agassi 2 Thomas Muster (13) 1 Sampras 3 Muster 5 Sampras 102 Marcelo Rios (14) Sampras Rios Sampras Carlos Moya (15) Sampras 4 15 2 20 2 5 Yevgeny Kafelnikov (16) 6 Sampras 3 Agassi 3 Patrick Rafter (17) 1 Sampras 6 Agassi 52 PLAYER Pete Sampras (USA) Roger Federer (SUI) Ivan Lendl (CZE) Jimmy Connors (USA) John McEnroe (USA) Bjorn Borg(SWE) Andre Agassi (USA) Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) Rafael Nadal (ESP) Stefan Edberg (SWE) Jim Courier (USA) Gustavo Kuerten (BRA) Ilie Nastase (ROM) Mats Wilander (SWE) Andy Roddick (USA) Boris Becker (GER) Marat Safin (RUS) Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP) John Newcombe (AUS) Yevgeny Kafelnikov (RUS) Thomas Muster (AUT) Marcelo Rios (CHI) Carlos Moya (ESP) Patrick Rafter (AUS) WEEKS NO. with 24 players holding the ranking of No. 1 for the first time: PLAYER REACHED NO. 5 Mos. 2008 Rafael Nadal (24) July 6. 7.. 13. 11. 3. 28. 26. 1974 AGE 20 Yrs. 2. 27. 13. 28. 18. 1999 Ilie Nastase Aug. 1999 Mar. 2. 8. 5. 23 Yrs. 29. 13. 2003 May 12. 15. 1999 Aug. 11. 1991 Sept. 2001 Apr. 1 Mo. 18. 24 Yrs. 12. 1992 Boris Becker (9) Edberg Becker Edberg Jim Courier (10) Edberg Courier Edberg Courier 3 20 9 22 6 3 22 3 27 TOTAL WEEKS AT NO. 1982 Nov. 2003 Bjorn Borg Aug.. 8. 28 Yrs. 1980 Andy Roddick ** Nov. 2004 Roger Federer (23) 237 Aug. 19. 22 Yrs. 28. 22 Yrs. 1985 McEnroe Sept. 1992 Apr. 31. 9 Mos. 2 Mos... 1974 Rafael Nadal Aug. 9. 14. 23. 18.. 22. 1. 1. 1998 Aug. 8 Mos. 1998 Mar. 11. 12. 1993 Courier 3 Sept. 27. 2000 Gustavo Kuerten (19) 8 Jan. 30. 1984 July 9. 1980 Mar. 1996 Feb. 2 Mos. 19. 24. 3. 30. 1999 July 5.. 10. 19. 30 Yrs.1 The ATP World Tour utilizes a 52-week Ranking System that is used for entries and seedings called the South African Airways ATP Rankings. 1995 Sampras Jan. 22 Yrs. 13. 24 Yrs. 1974 John Newcombe (2) 8 July 29. 28. 1998 Apr. 1983 Feb. 1983 May 16.. 12. RANK DATE PLAYER WEEKS NO. 1 Mo. 1984 June 11. 1 *(includes week of December 27. 24 Yrs. 4 Mos. The figures below highlight the achievements of the players over the past 36 years. 1985 Lendl Aug. 15. 2003 June 16. 1981 Sept. 1991 Feb. 1991 Feb. 8 Mos. 9. 23. 1992 Mar. 2010 Federer Nadal 46 48 30 (as of Dec. 26 Yrs. 3. 1977 Bjorn Borg (4) Aug. 15. 20 Yrs. 2001 Apr. 1 Bold denotes active player **Roddick was younger than Borg when reaching No. 1983 Dec.. 2 Mos. 1993 Sampras 82 Apr. 1992 Pete Sampras Apr. 1995 Andre Agassi (12) Nov. 21 Yrs. 10. 1979 Borg Mar. 1993 Pete Sampras (11) 19 Aug. 1982 Nov. 10. 12. 1984 John McEnroe (5) Borg McEnroe Borg McEnroe Borg McEnroe Connors McEnroe Connors McEnroe Connors McEnroe Connors Ivan Lendl (6) Connors McEnroe Connors McEnroe Lendl McEnroe Lendl McEnroe Lendl McEnroe Lendl McEnroe 1 84 6 7 34 3 20 1 46 2 2 58 7 1 1 11 1 1 2 11 3 1 3 17 6 4 9 13 1 3 5 53 1 2 157 20 80 24 Apr. 22 Yrs. 5 Mos. 9. 6 Mos. 4. 1999 Ivan Lendl Feb.. 8 Mos. 1983 July 4. 1991 Juan Carlos Ferrero Sept. 1977 Jim Courier Feb. 2004 Carlos Moya Mar. 11 Days Sept. 1980 Aug. 2 Mos. 2009 June 7. 1979 Connors July 9.. 1988 Gustavo Kuerten Dec. 12. 2010) Aug. 1 40 Jan. 25 Yrs. 1999 Patrick Rafter July 26. 28. 1998 Aug. 2000 John McEnroe Mar.. 2010) Aug. 1996 Mar. 22 Yrs. 10.1 Lleyton Hewitt Nov. 31. 18. 1983 Jan. 23. 3. Since Ilie Nastase became the first No. 2. 15 Days 21 Yrs. 19. 1 182 . 2003 Sept. 1983 Oct. 12. 26. 1980 July 6. 2000 Marat Safin (18) 2 Dec. 15. 1981 July 20. 27 Yrs. 20. 6.. 14. 2003 Mats Wilander Sept. 23 Yrs. 30. 1974 Jimmy Connors (3) 160 Aug. 1984 Mar. 13. 1999 July 26. 1995 Yevgeny Kafelnikov May 3. 2008 Marcelo Rios Mar. 1983 Feb.. 9. 23. 1991 July 8. 1 286 285 270 268 170 109 101 80 76* 72 58 43 40 20 13 12 9 8 8 6 6 6 2 1 AGE WHEN REACHING NO.. 3. 2001 Nov. 1979 Borg May 21. 2000 Stefan Edberg Aug.

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Julien/FRA 39 Melo. Frantisek/CZE 25 Mertinak.Michael/Nieminen. 6. Bruno/BRA 36 Butorac. Andre/BRA 72 Damm. Brian/USA 92 Stepanek.Tommy 19 Butorac.Michael 17 Fish. Mahesh/IND 7 Mirnyi. Mardy/USA 47 Starace. Eduardo/ARG 38 Benneteau. Ruben/ESP 121 Tursunov.Eric/Rojer. Wesley/RSA 15 Lopez. Alexander/AUT 104 Oswald. Mark/BAH 29 Llodra.Marcel/Ventura. Tomas/CZE 141 Montanes.Jarkko 26 Chela. Michail/RUS 114 Moser. Brian/ARG 135 Gil.Oliver 7 Moodie. Pierre-Ludovic/CAN 128 Ljubicic.Mahesh/Mirnyi. Rik/RSA 112 Marray.Andy 16 Benneteau. Philipp/GER 69 Youzhny.Carsten/Guccione. Andy/ISR 24 Cermak. Chris/AUS 130 Golubev.Eduardo 26 Karlovic.Igor 29 Schwank. Jeff/RSA 124 Van der Merwe.Ross/Kerr. Yen-Hsun/TPE 89 Cerretani. Andy/GBR 132 Beck. Leos/CZE 82 Karlovic.Pablo/Granollers. Julian/AUT 33 Zeballos. Sebastian/ARG 118 Huey. Karol/SVK 133 Siljestrom. Lukas/CZE 10 Kubot. Yves/SUI 120 Ramirez Hidalgo. Philipp/GER 21 Lindstedt.Janko/Troicki. Stephen/AUS 61 Clement.Potito 48 Garcia-Lopez. Peter/AUS 146 Gong.Marc/Nadal.Mikhail 25 Kohlmann. Ken/GBR 78 Kerr.Andy/Murray.Mark 18 Granollers.Bruno 15 Knowle. Leonardo/ARG 100 Vagnozzi.Marcin 5 Dlouhy.Travis 33 Fleming. Leander/IND 6 Bhupathi. Dmitry/RUS 122 DeHeart. 2010) 1 Bryan. Scott/USA 60 Huss. Sergiy/UKR 55 Troicki. Michael/GER 43 Polasek. Denis/UZB 138 Fognini. Travis/USA 76 Chardy. Martin/CZE 73 Fleming. Juan Sebastian/COL 143 Raja.2010 ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS (YEAR-END) (As of Dec. John/USA 32 Knowle. Jamie/GBR 108 Riba.Johan/Nieminen. 2010) 1 Bryan. Treat Conrad/PHI 119 Allegro.Filip 22 Melzer. Jean-Julien/AHO 42 Kohlmann. Harsh/IND 140 Berdych. Filip/SVK 44 Ventura. David/ESP 41 Rojer.Rajeev 32 Gonzalez.Sam 14 Melo.Johan/Rojer. Arnaud/FRA 62 Cuevas. Purav/IND 144 Hensel. Santiago/MEX 51 Hutchins. Kaden/AUS 145 Luczak.Santiago/Rettenmaier. Ilija/SRB 137 Istomin.Julien/Llodra. Jarkko/FIN 49 Kas.Horacio 30 Hutchins.Eric/Ram.Jurgen/Paes. Dick/BEL 18 Qureshi.Leander 6 Kubot. Mao-Xin/CHN 146 Li. Potito/ITA 48 Nieminen. Michael/FRA 30 Querrey. 6. Juan Ignacio/ARG 53 Brown.Jean-Julien 20 Lopez. Michal/SVK 26 Aspelin.Robert/Tecau. Santiago/ESP 45 Erlich.Simon/Luczak.Radek 40 Cuevas. Izak/RSA 125 Tavares. Frank/GER 115 Munoz-De La Nava.Eduardo/Zeballos. Philipp/AUT 105 Ball.Yen-Hsun/Tipsarevic.Max 4 Fyrstenberg. Daniel/CAN 3 Zimonjic.Santiago 47 Fognini. Mariusz/POL 12 Matkowski. Mike/USA 3 Nestor.Albert 49 Tipsarevic. Colin/GBR 74 Ferreiro. Dusan/SRB 65 Wassen. Albert/ESP 142 Cabal. Paul/AUS 28 Knowles. Andrey/KAZ 131 Murray. Flavio/ITA 127 Duclos.Marcel/Robredo.Christopher/Norman.Jurgen/Petzschner. David/USA 103 Peya.Jean-Julien 35 Bracciali.COM 45 Brunstrom. Jurgen/AUT 9 Dlouhy.David 21 Damm. Andreas/SWE 134 Dabul. Ryler/USA 123 Coetzee. Marcel/ESP 23 Ram. Andreas/ITA 87 Shamasdin. James/USA 90 Becker. Leonardo/POR 126 Cipolla. Marcelo/BRA 40 Marrero.Leonardo/Zeballos.Marcel 41 Ball. Rajeev/USA 68 Marx. Alessandro/ITA 150 Gicquel.Mardy/Knowles.Peter 2010 ATP Doubles Team Title Leaders 1 2 3 4 Team Bryan-Bryan Nestor-Zimonjic Lindstedt-Tecau Kubot-Marach Melzer-Petzschner Butorac-Rojer Lopez-Marrero 35 teams with 1 title No. Feliciano/ESP 102 Martin. David/CZE 94 Slanar.Daniel/Zimonjic. Robert/SWE 22 Granollers. Lukasz/POL 11 Marach.Simon/Hanley.Andy 37 Murray. Jonathan/GBR 113 Elgin. Rohan/IND 17 Norman. Carlos/ARG 81 Friedl.Potito 36 Knowles. Martin/GER 110 Monaco. Simone/ITA 101 Lopez.Paul 13 Isner. Simon/SWE 27 Hanley.

M/Drewett.L/Marach.J/Rikl.L/Paes.M 8 Dlouhy.J 10 Holm.M/Nestor.B/Bryan.P 9 Curren.B 9 Mayer.R 3 Jones.J 3 Novak.R 4 Fitzgerald.P 2003 1 Bryan.D/de Jager.D/Olhovskiy.M/Mirnyi.S 2 Fleming.J/Rikl.R 3 Davis.M 4 Adams.M 4 Fyrstenberg.T/Gullikson.P 2009 1 Bryan.P 7 Kafelnikov.K/Denton.M/Suk.J/Petzschner.K 5 Dlouhy.T 4 Casal.J/Rikl.G/Hlasek.M/Nestor.S/Sanchez.A 9 Clement.E/Leach.K 2002 1 Knowles.H/Taroczy.M 2 Bhupathi.M 4 Fleming.D/Warder.D 1997 1.G 10 Hlasek.J/Bjorkman.P 4 Suk.K 6 Pala.P/McEnroe.K/Seguso.M/Matkowski.G 5 Woodbridge.M/Nestor.S/Knowle.S 1992 1 Woodbridge.M/Paes.L 7 Erlich.M/Knowles.Cl 9 Etlis.B/Ullyett.C/Visser.H/Taroczy.G 5 Forget.T/Woodforde.M/Mirnyi.S 4 O'Brien.W/Ullyett.S/Pate.M 10 Santoro.F/Friedl.M/Paes.S/Taygan.F/Mertinak.E 1990 1 Aldric.M/Santoro.P/Visser.B 6 Curren.D 4 Hanley.L 9 Melo.M 3 Bhupathi.J/Jarryd.T 4 Edmondson.D 7 Curren.E 9 McEnroe.W/Ullyett.P/Warder.D 5 Bhupathi.P/van Rensburg.T/Woodforde.K/Seguso.M 3 Bjorkman.P 8 Adams.S/Jarryd.J/Haarhuis.J 2 Jarryd.P 10 Kafelnikov.S/Jarryd.L/Zimonjic.M 3 Black.M/Paes.O 7 Moodie.R 9 Becker.J 5 Novak.A 5 Nijssen.J/Woodbridge.J 5 Bhupathi.D 4 Bjorkman.J/Wilander.M/Paes.T/Woodforde.J/Moodie.A/Palmer.M/Tarango.P 2 Woodbridge.T/Suk.R 6 Delaitre.J/Ram.M/Masur.G 1984 1 Edmondson.M 2 Nestor.L/Paes.M/Paes.E 7 Broad.M 4 Knowles.T/Woodforde.M 1991 1 Fitzgerald.D 2 Bjorkman.A/Llodra.L 6 Kubot.S/Sanchez.D/de Jager.P/Smid.K/Leach.P 2005 1 Bryan.A 2 Casal.C 8 Casal.R/Melville.N 7 Arthurs.JL 9 Eagle.P 7 Bryan.W/Ullyett.L 8 Davis.J/Rosset.G/Michibata.M 2 Eltingh.D 9 Connell.L/Talbot.T 2 Johnson.S/Suk.H/Jarryd.R 2 Annacone.A 10 Kulti.T 5 Nystrom.A 10 Ferreira.S/Knowle.M/Stewart.R 3 Haarhuis.M/Knowles.R 6 Annacone.J 6 Casal.M/Suk.A 8 Casal.U/Stich.J/Woodforde.J/Kulti.C 7 Cahill.P/Smid.A 10 Aspelin.S/Perry.M 1985 1 Flach.A 8 Fyrstenberg.L 5 Black.F/Zimonjic.S 7 Ho.S/Melville.M 6 Black.Nestor.T 10 Dlouhy.A 8 Leconte.E/Galbraith.K 5 Erlich.M/Matkowski.C 8 Johnson.D 8 Evernden.W/Ullyett.M 4 Johnson.M/Paes.E 2 Flach.P/Ullyett.T/Suk.M 6 Galbraith.J/Haarhuis.N/Tillstrom.Y 4 Edberg.D 4 Lareau.B 8 Lobo.G/Galbraith.R 5 Black .L 1983 1 Fleming.P 3 Leach.P 6 Damm.J 2 Flach.W/Hanley.P/Kafelnikov.J 9 Palmer.L/Marach. Woodbridge.L 2 Lareau.G/Fleming.T/Woodforde.J 9 Davis.D 3 Fitzgerald.B 10 Ferreira.P/Fitzgerald.R 4 Slozil.K 5 Santoro.M/Matkowski.P 10 Nystrom.W 8 DeVries.M/MacPhie.A 8 Flach.E 5 Fitzgerald.S/Sanchez.L 184 .R/Pugh.M 1986 1 Gildemeister.F 7 Damm.P/Ullyett.D 8 Bopanna.W/Woodforde.A 5 Forget.D 9 Donnelly.J 1996 1 Woodbridge.M/Ram.S 10 Donnelly.D 1998 1 Eltingh.JL 7 Bjorkman.M 8 Courier.M/Donnelly.S 9 Haarhuis.F 9 Bjorkman.Y 9 Buehning.N 6 Damm.P 8 Haarhuis.A 6 Coetzee.K 4 Slozil.C 7 Curren.G/Noah.P 7 Lareau.J/Ullyett.L 5 Mirnyi.S 7 Edberg.J/Wilander.M 1989 1 Leach.Y/Vacek.Y/Vacek.D/Kratzmann.M/Warwick.R/Pugh.A 9 Aspelin.R 2000 1 Woodbridge.M 8 Erlich.L 8 Nijssen.M/Matkowski.J/Florent.N 3 Bhupathi.P/Palmer.A 6 Cermak.P/van Rensburg.B/Stark.A 6 Aldrich.G/Hlasek.P 10 Palmer.P/Witsken.K/Pate.T/Woodforde.N 3 Bhupathi.G 3 Knowles.D/Norval.M/Smid.M 10 Melzer.M 3 Black.F/Zimonjic.J/Haarhuis.C/Motta.W/Ullyett.R 10 Cannon.P/McEnroe.J/Witsken.M/Nestor.L/Vizner.L/Sanchez.M 9 Arthurs.F 6 Paes.S/O'Brien.B/Bryan.F 7 Stolle.K/Denton.J 4 Hanley.J 9 Norval.B 7 Edberg.D 6 Ferreira.T/Suk.J/Ram.M/Nestor.B/Bryan.A 1993 1 Connell.O 8 Fyrstenberg.K/Seguso.R/Stark.K/Leach.K 5 Bhupathi.F 10 Graham.J 1995 1 Woodbridge.M/Mirnyi.B/Bryan.P 2 Eltingh.K 2008 1 Nestor.P/Stolle.M/.T 3 Bryan.D 5 Knowles.G/DePalmer.W 9 Flach.D/Montana.J 4 Connell.L/Sanchez.M/Santoro.P/Vizner.S/Perry.A 7 Nijssen.R/Pugh.E 3 Nystrom.J 10 Eagle.G/Galbraith.D 5 Ferreira.D 4 Bhupathi.A 4 Grabb.T 7 Doohan.S 5 Slozil.S 6 Adams.B 9 Hill.P 7 Paes.D 7 Edberg.M 6 Llodra.E 7 Nijssen.J/Jarryd.T 6 Kirmayr.T 7 Jensen.U/Stich.G/Rodriguez.Y 10 Novak.W/Norman.A 2 Flach.M/Sa.D/Palmer.J/Vizner.O/Santoro.P/Ullyett.P 5 Apell.N 2006 1 Bryan.E 7 Kratzmann.C 8 KratzmannM/Masur.D 9 Bjorkman.M 3 Knowles.J/Reneberg.L 2004 1 Knowles.E/Leach.R/Qureshi.E/Leach.P/McEnroe.A/Macpherson.J/Haarhuis.L/Paes.M 2 Nestor.S/Pate.J/Kulti.D 10 Soares.J 6 Adams.E 9 Cash.H/Taroczy.M 2 Knowles.M 2 Bjorkman.H/Gomez.J 4 Connell.M 10 Casal.T 5 Gunthardt.M/Nestor.S/Pate.K 10 Novak.T/Suk.P/Smid.E/Siemerink.G 8 Cahill.D 3 Leach.T/Woodforde.A 9 Cermak.K/Seguso.M 1988 1 Leach.D 8 Damm.P 2 Bhupathi.ATP DOUBLES TEAM RANKINGS TOP 10 HISTORY (1983-2010) 2010 1 Bryan.B/Connell.M/Nestor.D 10 McEnroe.S/O’Brien.J/Mirnyi.B/Bryan.L 3 Woodbridge.M 2 Eltingh.D 8 Bjorkman.J/Woodbridge.M/Suk.D 2 Davis.M 4 Bjorkman.J 10 DePalmer.W/Hanley.J/Mirnyi.J 4 Kafelnikov.M 2 Black.M 9 Aspelin.M 4 Dlouhy.J 2 Aldrich.R 10 Casal.P/van Rensburg.G/Michibata.C/Vacek.A 5 Jensen.D 2 Bryan.M 3 Knowles.J/Ram.P 3 Connell.J/Mirnyi.C 9 Riglewski.D 4 Connell.J/Reneberg.C 6 Mecir.S/Sanchez.A 5 Annacone.W/Kafelnikov.M/Mirnyi.L 7 Bjorkman.J/Rafter.L 6 Ferreira.M 5 Dlouhy.Y 6 Steyn.S/Sanchez.P/Visser.D 6 Leach.S/Sanchez.J/Jarryd.J/Witsken.P 3 Woodbridge.G/Galbraith.M 4 Ferreira.B/Bryan.M 6 Casal.D/Olhovskiy.M 9 Moodie.M 1987 1 Casal.C 3 Edmondson.K/Seguso.M 7 Kubot.D/Palmer.W/Hanley.Y 7 Johnson.J/Woodbridge.D/Zimonjic.F/Mertinak.D/Zimonjic.J/Haarhuis.P/Palmer.N 9 Pimek.M 1999 1 Bhupathi.F/Taygan.T/Woodforde.M/Nestor.K 7 Damm.B/Bryan.J/Rafter.R 3 Forget.E/Leach.M/Santoro.J/Wilander.M 8 Knowles.L/Vizner.P/Visser.F 6 Arthurs.T 10 Cermak.Y/Vacek.J/Haarhuis.T/Woodforde.J/Stepanek.J/Sampras.S/Sanchez.C 8 Etlis.R 3 Lozano.J/Ram.M 2 Grabb.M/Nestor.L/Warder.P 8 Erlich.S/Sanchez.T 10 Riglewski.T/Woodforde.S/Jarryd.B/Bryan.J/McEnroe.D/Zimonjic.D/Warder.L/Jensen.S/Jarryd.S/Sanchez.B/Bryan.J 6 Eltingh.B 10 Masur.A 8 Knowles.S 8 Gundthardt.G/Michibata.D 3 Aspelin.J/Florent.R 2001 1 Bjorkman.L/Rikl.M 2 Ferreira.H 3 Gullikson.B/Zivojinovic.J/Jarryd.K/Seguso.G/Rodriguez.J/Woodbridge.P 5 Flach.C 6 Casal.J/Stolle.J 3 Flach.N 2 Bryan.J 5 Forget.H/Noah.D 5 Llodra.D/Kratzmann.T/Steven.W/Stolle.K 4 Knowles.K/Pate.B/Bryan.S/O’Brien.M 10 Black.K/Seguso.W 7 Fyrstenberg.M 6 Gundhardt.M 9 Lozano.J 2007 1 Bryan.F 10 Graham.A 3 Woodbridge.N 10 Lobo.T 4 Black.G/Noah.M 2 Bjorkman.M/Stewart.N/Muller.K/Kriek.C 8 Eagle.W/Norman.S/Sanchez.E 1994 1 Eltingh.A/Simonsson.T 5 Llodra.

1977 July 11. 1991 Feb. 1985 Feb. 1992 Nov. 2003 Sept. 25. 8. 1988 Apr. 2002 June 9. 25. 14. 1987 Mar. 2010 TODD WOODBRIDGE (25) 2 Jarryd 4 Woodbridge 4 Grabb 4 1 KELLY JONES (26) Grabb 2 Woodbridge 2 MARK WOODFORDE (27) 11 RICHEY RENEBERG (28) 5 Grabb 6 Reneberg 8 Woodbridge 18 PATRICK GALBRAITH (29) 3 Woodbridge 1 GRANT CONNELL (30) 11 2 PAUL HAARHUIS (31) BYRON BLACK (32) 1 2 Haarhuis Connell 2 Haarhuis 7 Connell 4 7 Black Gabraith 1 JONATHAN STARK (33) 6 Haarhuis 18 JACCO ELTINGH (34)-Haarhuis 10 Woodforde 11 Eltingh-Haarhuis 13 7 Woodbridge Eltingh-Haarhuis 1 49 Woodbridge Woodbridge-Woodforde 52 24 Woodbridge 44 Eltingh Haarhuis 12 MAHESH BHUPATHI (35) 2 Haarhuis 4 Bhupathi 2 LEANDER PAES (36) 39 7 JARED PALMER (37) ALEX O’BRIEN (38) 5 Woodbridge 20 Woodforde 10 Woodbridge 26 JONAS BJORKMAN (39) 29 DONALD JOHNSON (40) 11 4 Johnson-Palmer Palmer 1 Johnson-Palmer 5 MARK KNOWLES (41) 8 DANIEL NESTOR (42) 11 Knowles 31 MAX MIRNYI (43) 13 BOB-MIKE BRYAN (44-45) 6 15 Mirnyi Bryan-Bryan 18 Bjorkman 14 Nestor 3 Knowles-Nestor 21 Bjorkman 3 Knowles-Nestor 5 Bjorkman 28 64 Bryan-Bryan Mirnyi 11 Bryan-Bryan 64 Nestor 9 6 Bryan-Bryan Nestor 2 Bryan-Bryan 2 NENAD ZIMONJIC (46) 11 Bryan-Bryan 15 Nestor-Zimonjic 3 Bryan-Bryan 14 Nestor-Zimonjic 11 Bryan-Bryan 9 Nestor-Zimonjic 15 Bryan-Bryan 3 Nestor-Zimonjic 10 Bryan-Bryan 20 (as of Dec. 1986 Nov. 1986 Nov. 2001 July 9. 13. 1993 June 14. 15. 20. 1987 July 6. 2010) WEEKS AT NO. 30. 31. 1990 Nov. 1993 Oct. 1989 Sept. 1998 Feb. 1999 May 10. 30. 1990 July 23. 10. 1988 May 9. 2. 1990 Mar. 31. 1992 July 20. 23. 1995 June 12. 21. 1994 Jan. 2000 Oct. 1986 Mar. 1992 Player Weeks at No. 1993 Nov. 18. 1986 Aug. 1994 July 25. 1986 Feb. 1986 June 9. 16. 1977 May 23. 1984 Aug. 25. 1984 Aug. 1986 Sept. 1989 Apr. 8. 27. 30. 2009 Sept. 1984 June 11. 17. 13. 1985 Sept. 27. 2002 May 13. 1992 Oct. 13. 1984 Aug. 17. 14. 26. 19. 2004 Sept. 2008 Sept. 28. 20. 29. 1990 Nov. 20. 2010 May 17. 1985 Dec. 24. 1988 Apr. 2007 July 7. 23. 1. 1992 Mar. 16. 1994 Aug. 10. 2005 Mar. 1982 Feb. 1987 Aug. 2009 Feb. 2. 1977 July 25. 1995 Oct. 1982 Mar. 19. 2004 June 7. 21. 2009 May 18. 21. 2008 Nov. 17. 1979 Mar. 1987 May 11. 1993 Jan. 28. 24. 1990 Nov. 30. 1984 Dec. 1. 16. 2004 Feb. 4. 1976 Apr. 3. 20. 24. 2002 June 24. 1984 Mar. 2010 June 7. 17. 1986 Feb. 1989 May 15. 11. 9. 12. 1999 June 21. 1995 Oct. 22. 26. 2010 Aug. 1985 Sept. 1992 Aug. 9. 5. 1994 Mar. 14. 19. 17. 1995 Sept. 7. 17. 16. 1993 Apr. 2. 1992 Mar. 1992 Sept. 1986 Jan. 1986 Mar. 1977 Feb. 1986 Mar. 1981 June 15. 1987 Apr. 8. 27) 205 115 107 85 84 74 69 68 65 62 62 50 40 39 39 34 27 26 25 20 19 19 17 17 17 15 13 13 13 11 9 8 8 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 1 YEAR-END DOUBLES NO. 15. 1992 Nov. 17. 12. 1991 July 8. 2002 Nov. 1992 May 4. 1994 Feb. 2007 Apr. 2. 1994 Sept. 1986 Oct. 25. 26. 29. 2001 Jan. 1985 Dec. 28. 1976 Apr. 1. 1987 Aug. 1999 Mar. 1989 Sept. 1992 June 15. 1. 6. 2004 Oct. 19. 24. 12. 1977 July 4. 1994 May 9. 22. 2000 Jan. 14. 1981 April 27. 1 185 . 13. 1999 Apr. 1993 Nov.ATP DOUBLES RANKINGS HISTORY OF NO. 1981 Feb. 5. 2002 Aug. 1987 Aug. 2003 Feb. 2009 June 8. 1995 Nov. 1 doubles ranking (270 weeks) longer than any player since the ATP doubles rankings began in 1976. 1 BOB HEWITT (1) 6 RAUL RAMIREZ (2) 54 FREW McMILLAN (3) 4 Ramirez 6 McMillan 1 Ramirez 2 McMillan 80 TOM OKKER (4) 11 JOHN McENROE (5) 97 STAN SMITH (6) 8 McEnroe 4 3 PAUL McNAMEE (7) McEnroe 33 PETER FLEMING (8) 3 McEnroe 108 1 Fleming McEnroe 11 Fleming 8 McEnroe 1 5 Fleming McEnroe 13 34 TOMAS SMID (9) ANDERS JARRYD (10) 4 ROBERT SEGUSO (11) 1 Jarryd 2 Seguso 2 KEN FLACH (12) 1 Seguso 8 Flach 1 6 Seguso Jarryd 1 2 Seguso Jarryd 3 Seguso 1 Jarryd 1 Seguso 7 Flach 3 STEFAN EDBERG (13) 11 YANNICK NOAH (14) 2 SLOBODAN ZIVOJINOVIC (15) 1 ANDRES GOMEZ (16) 1 4 Zivojinovic Gomez 3 Zivojinovic 2 Gomez 9 4 Edberg Noah 8 Jarryd 3 Noah 8 5 Jarryd Seguso 1 Noah 1 Seguso 31 Jarryd 3 3 Seguso Jarryd 47 EMILIO SANCHEZ (17) 2 Jarryd 4 4 Sanchez JIM GRABB (18) 1 JIM PUGH (19) 12 McEnroe 2 Jarryd 18 DANIE VISSER (20) 8 9 RICK LEACH (21) Pugh 8 PIETER ALDRICH (22)-Visser 3 Pugh 4 8 Aldrich-Visser Pugh 1 Aldrich-Visser 1 Pugh 1 7 Aldrich-Visser DAVID PATE (23) 25 JOHN FITZGERALD (24) 33 Jarryd 1 Fitzgerald 1 Jarryd 8 6 Fitzgerald Jarryd 3 July 6. 23. 1989 June 12. 1. 14. 1 ranking: Date of Rank Mar. 1990 Nov. 4. 16. Here's a chronology of the No. 2009 Nov. 8. 24. 2003 Oct. 21. 2005 Nov. 2002 Apr. 7. 12. 1989 June 19. 1994 Feb. 1 John McEnroe (USA) Bob & Mike Bryan (USA) Todd Woodbridge (AUS) Daniel Nestor (CAN) Anders Jarryd (SWE) Frew McMillan (RSA) Mark Woodforde (AUS) Jonas Bjorkman (SWE) Paul Haarhuis (NED) Jacco Eltingh (NED) Mark Knowles (BAH) Raul Ramirez (MEX) Robert Seguso (USA) Nenad Zimonjic (SRB) John Fitzgerald (AUS) Max Mirnyi (BLR) Leander Paes (IND) Tomas Smid (CZE) Danie Visser (RSA) Jim Pugh (USA) David Pate (USA) Donald Johnson (USA) Pieter Aldrich (RSA) Yannick Noah (FRA) Grant Connell (CAN) Peter Fleming (USA) Jared Palmer (USA) Stefan Edberg (SWE) Andres Gomez (ECU) Jim Grabb (USA) Richey Reneberg (USA) Tom Okker (NED) Rick Leach (USA) Byron Black (ZIM) Stan Smith (USA) Slobodan Zivojinovic (YUG) Bob Hewitt (RSA) Emilio Sanchez (ESP) Jonathan Stark (USA) Ken Flach (USA) Alex O’Brien (USA) Mahesh Bhupathi (IND) Patrick Galbraith (USA) Paul McNamee (AUS) Kelly Jones (USA) 270 221 (as of Dec. 1 (22 players) 2010 Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 2009 Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 2008 Nenad Zimonjic 2007 Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 2006 Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 2005 Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 2004 Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor 2003 Max Mirnyi 2002 Mark Knowles 2001 Jonas Bjorkman 2000 Mark Woodforde 1999 Leander Paes 1998 Jacco Eltingh 1997 Todd Woodbridge 1996 Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde 1995 Todd Woodbridge 1994 Paul Haarhuis 1993 Grant Connell 1992 Mark Woodforde 1991 John Fitzgerald 1990 Piet Aldrich-Danie Visser 1989 Anders Jarryd 1988 Anders Jarryd 1987 Robert Seguso 1986 Andres Gomez 1985 Robert Seguso 1984 Tomas Smid 1983 John McEnroe 1982 John McEnroe 1981 John McEnroe 1980 John McEnroe 1979 John McEnroe 1978 Frew McMillan 1977 Frew McMillan 1976 Raul Ramirez Bold denotes active player Bold denotes first time at No. 26. 16. 1993 Mar.1 John McEnroe has held the No. 1999 June 7. 2000 June 12. 1997 Mar. 1992 Oct. 12. 8. 2008 Feb. 1990 Jan. 1986 May 19. 1. 1985 Sept. 2008 Oct. 1986 Sept. 2005 Apr. 1994 Mar. 30. 10. 1981 May 25. 1986 Sept. 6. 3. 2000 May 8. 3. 1992 Feb. 18. 1990 May 28. 2. 1985 Oct. 11. 1985 Oct. 1984 Sept. 1989 Jan. 19. 1996 Oct. 1990 Sept. 15. 1990 Aug. 8. 2005 Jan. 1995 Mar. 20. 14. 10. 2002 May 20. 1979 Apr. 1994 June 6. 1987 Feb. 2008 Nov. 26.

Marsel ......................006 38 Gulbis......$378.......................135 192 Alves.969 90 Falla... Kei .....$255................$294..929 141 Hernandez..... Paul-Henri ...$289..................................$1................................ Andreas ........... Lukasz ......$190.. Oliver .......... Horia.....$204.905 176 Gonzalez..........596 172 Brunstrom....$392.... Daniel .................690 112 Kunitsyn..........................$228.......... Frantisek ......... Mahesh ...........$172.. Florian .... Philipp . Rui.....$1............... Bruno......$114...$152..742 185 Guez................ Michael ............ Dustin .............412 71 Serra..309 31 Ferrero...314 178 Navarro..$495........$240........$115...................................$1.............$560............. Dick.....$326......349 12 Monfils..........$151.......... Marcos ............$102.................$293.$244........143.$922.................$335........612 11 Youzhny...286 99 Bopanna.......509.$408...767 196 Tomic..955 61 Berrer................. Andreas.. Oscar......$549...538 16 Tsonga............... Alexandr .$284..$281.................................. Edouard ..$361......536 52 Becker.....779 177 Zemlja.......$315.......$102.................................942 77 Chiudinelli. Jarkko.................039 114 Robert............571 167 Polasek.. Andy ..............230 180 Erlich. Michael.......... Adrian.... Guillermo ...........$130.....................930 69 Dlouhy........................$214..............105 154 Harrison..........970 19 Bryan.....$171.173 189 Kendrick....... Leonardo .............. Brian......$731....$888.......413 59 Hewitt.............130 86 Russell................................... Wesley ............................$148.562 46 Nalbandian..............................$723... Sam ...$331....950 184 Machado..... Rajeev.........$689...232 58 Simon.... Santiago ...................$118....346 171 Hutchins.................$905...$322.261 41 Robredo..... Arnaud ............ Mike............$701....$4.....405 170 Ramirez Hidalgo.......288 95 Gonzalez...............$420..................600 56 de Bakker.... Jurgen .917........615 106 Ram..............$361...... Pablo............................498 155 Reister......514 88 Zverev...... Laurent ........ Yen-Hsun .........$389.....................$682......718 143 Ilhan.166...........$227.........$3................. Thiemo........................$144....$578.......... Eric....................... Christopher. Pere .$101...... Stephen .......$205...................................................... Tobias . David ..................736 136 Dodig...........................$108..... Carlos...................................................... Lukas .........................................$4...511 45 Benneteau.. Taylor ...$2...................$181...............................900............... Novak ...........$1.........................$189..............................$132...$112.................................. Ivan........ Simone....620 55 Zeballos......................050 102 Kukushkin.....................................723 186 Murray.... Gael............. Julian ............. Robert .........423 150 Soares.....328 157 Daniel... Richard ..................................991 98 Korolev.............................com 186 ...434 100 Schuettler................ 2010) 1 Nadal............278.........143. Dmitry ...$197......... Daniel.... Potito .....................634 125 Tursunov..205..................$315..... Juan........... Robin ....................675 81 Andreev........................ Rik .304 145 Rojer....$590...............$176.......870 190 Huss..899 161 Berlocq........674 63 Paes......661 160 Kohlmann. Lukas .....325 72 Mirnyi....$99.......572 127 Beck......................668 115 Riba..... Igor...$1.....496 85 Marach......... Nicolas................ Bernard ............. Santiago ........$126.......... Marcelo ...$101....$414........... Dusan.................................333 83 Norman.............$209..................$228........... Andreas .........$10. Fabio .$192.................... Mikhail .$95......$250.766 48 Nieminen....$149....678 70 Bhupathi....151 17 Cilic.. Fernando ...... Florent...$7.289 3 Djokovic.........$245...... Marcos ...............$121........................ Andrey ......$258...........................355 97 Brands......407 94 Marchenko.$116.....039 159 Koubek....365 10 Roddick......469 68 Gimeno-Traver..... Robin ........875 122 Bolelli.. Illya ..ATPWorldTour................. Martin...........$266....429 27 Montanes..$1...582 133 Knowle..855 169 Dabul.......$265....$239........ David .........920 39 Kohlschreiber.............. Denis .......................... Ruben ....$126...............$272....... Simon...365 144 Marrero.......$1...........................$933.418 162 Berankis...............971.................122 130 Ventura...105 173 Koellerer...$165..... Marcin .....$597.......... Juan Ignacio ...$114..... Teymuraz. Olivier.......$650............431 53 Schwank................. Nicolas . Michael .533 119 Aspelin......................$424.............593...............$508.. Stanislas ....043 84 Rochus..041 91 Anderson............$95.............392 22 Baghdatis...........$155...............708 146 Mello.......541 168 Young......... Gilles ....839 21 Davydenko......096 14 Ljubicic.... Kevin............ Josselin ..........................005 92 Greul.$247...$547............998 2 Federer.706 118 Hanley...066..266 198 Raonic..........................944 152 Melo............................... Mardy .........433 142 Roger-Vasselin.. Roger ..394 36 Petzschner...........487 124 Mertinak.................. Simon ............................................... Bjorn ..............$534.......................157 181 De Voest..640 80 Lacko.............................$305.318 30 Monaco.... Michal ... Marc..............$702.....$534......970 20 Isner...$184..........$684. Bob ...........$657..... Xavier.......................... David.............................. Jean-Julien ........ Blaz .$176........$171.................. Jo-Wilfried....... Rainer ...................................596 43 Stakhovsky..712 132 Mahut.............636 134 Phau........................ Michael ....................... Grega ..........................672 123 Brown..................... Joao ........................030 93 Lopez..............$98....$447....$327.............$326..... Donald........$116.....168 82 Karlovic....................037.... Ivo ..... Philipp ..512 110 Dent..875 182 Ramos-Vinolas. Jonathan ................... Jan . Igor. Milos ..............648 156 Haider-Maurer.. Daniel ..151.....$154.........$1.878 24 Zimonjic..................... Guillaume ............$658.....739 66 Dolgopolov.......579 28 Wawrinka...............196 149 Sweeting..$408. Feliciano . Ryan ...........$120........ Viktor........2010 YEAR-END PRIZE MONEY LEADERS (As of Dec........$1...... Mariusz ...............$189................. Ivan ............... Richard................... Nicolas............ Tomas .................... Ivan ....910 139 Lorenzi...$167....... Janko ..$119........251 163 Kas...... Ernests ..........$941.....................$588.........352 116 Tecau..731.............................120 104 Ginepri........................248 67 Fognini... Johan ....$218.$546..353 7 Berdych.... Marc ........... Stephane........ Lleyton ......................$108...$340....$135...................130 128 Przysiezny.................$915.............................780 117 Cermak..............828 62 Hanescu........... Marin ...... Nenad.....$1...678 29 Llodra......698.........$99...162 121 Ram........232 73 Mathieu....$553......527 6 Ferrer........ Michal ......$513.. Rafael ......................968 140 Butorac....................340 78 Matkowski................ David ......638 126 Kamke......... Daniel .............. Jeremy ....$721...... Fernando ...$411.............. Albert............. Marcel .........................$446..$191.046..403 111 Gil......... Mikhail .......122 8 Melzer...........$532...381 138 Andujar..........$121..................$203...... Paolo .... Frederico ............. 6..898 153 Gonzalez.............357 193 Sijsling................$306.. Thiago ..$108.................$174.955 101 Sela..$229...........$761.......$136......... Pablo........................640 79 Fyrstenberg.........086 197 Souza...........770 87 Gabashvili.........394 32 Granollers.... Evgeny .............. Horacio ....718 50 Seppi.....834 147 Nishikori....152 120 Beck. Rohan .....058 37 Garcia-Lopez........................143 113 Haase.182 194 Massu. Sergiy.........$274..............$386.................... Marco ..$531...251........899 74 Malisse. Tommy .....................498 96 Moodie...........................................030 183 Fischer.... Albert ......................................594 129 Knowles..................218 108 Blake...$115....778 151 Vliegen.......$2..$146.......................$563.........774 199 Del Potro........................ Santiago ....046 47 Istomin... Ryan ..........394 148 Darcis........... Aisam-Ul-Haq ....$948...............619 15 Almagro.518 35 Kubot.... John .. James .............171. Alejandro ............ Filip ...................239 75 Stepanek.$109..................046 175 Rochus..166 34 Lopez. Maximo ............. Peter ..........430 76 Giraldo....................507 107 Qureshi....405 49 Chardy.........................$1......$702.........084 9 Verdasco.................. Dudi.$129..........$240....... Nikolay ........$241...............................$283... Victor ......$849.. Filippo ....885 109 Lindstedt. Jamie ....$271.............953 137 Devvarman... Igor ..546 13 Querrey.$106..........$446...................................$145.......$261....301 174 Volandri.. Juan Martin..............386 135 Ball.......................570 188 Rufin......$319..785 195 Munoz-De La Nava.......... Andy .. Robert....$318......861 166 Bozoljac................$308...531 54 Lu....$315.....857 4 Murray......698 131 Gicquel................ Jordan ...........................805 89 Mayer.......936 65 Cuevas...378 103 Luczak.....775 164 Kavcic................219 26 Nestor..... Radek ........... Daniel...$99...384 25 Troicki........ Robby..................... Benoit ........$130.......818 40 Bellucci..$138.$232.. Thomaz ............666 60 Mayer........................$112...............................................$479.......$150... Leander .............................. Stefan ............ Julian .. Benjamin. Julien ............$306.....................331 51 Starace.......... Andy....... Mischa..$115.....$373...141 165 Ouanna..........$162.......269 *For Top 10 Prize Money history please visit www......805 5 Soderling..273 200 Kerr.............$2....252... Christophe ..345 23 Fish...............303.........955 18 Bryan.......888 64 Clement.. Eduardo .735 158 Mannarino...$193. Steve ....$297...... Paul ...... Karol......$95..$276....$726...$180...$862................ Ricardo ..356 42 Gasquet... Ross .....936 33 Golubev...722 179 Vemic...$607............. Max ......... Kristof ...........$1....... Somdev . Carsten.......654 187 Paire.... Juan Carlos .276 57 Tipsarevic......221 191 Recouderc.........$609..... Ilija ..........201 105 Hajek................. Mark..$181..$170....838 44 Chela....

.294....293 77 Larsson....... Mark.016............... John .....179 118 Ullyett. Grant........432...........528 61 Johansson...............538 199 Fromberg.$11.....441 178 Sanguinetti....................782................660.......108 109 Sanchez...$43........ Hicham ..........509..........................$8...........$3....$10........$5................362............ Mikhail .......... 2010) 1 Federer.508 189 Fibak...... Arnaud ......262......................403 190 Starace...... Gilles ....881........................$3...............$4...$5...$4...... Vincent .354 31 Nalbandian.. Marcelo ....900 30 Corretja. Roger ..972....904 184 Gottfried............ Max ...131............ Robin ......... Lukas ...262 64 Philippoussis...$4................$2..587 144 Arazi.......$3......$14..... Alberto........... Sandon........730.......775 95 Tsonga... Gael ..........710.553........... Andres ......430...........$4........132 35 Haas............$14.............. Christophe . Luis ............700..COM 135 Novacek.... Gustavo ....$5.651........ Younes ......676.............$3.......$2..110....451 120 Baghdatis............935........$5..134. Jimmy ...970 21 Ferrero......600............$18....$2....934 81 Llodra...788.$3...719..........$4.$5..............$9.........269 177 Portas..$8.. Wally.$10..................067 86 Lopez.....461...$4............701 121 El Aynaoui..396... Guillermo ..496 126 Leconte.417 8 Edberg..$9... Ivan .........$3.614.......... Jan-Michael ..125 97 Spadea.......$7. Nenad .$7.298 20 Moya.................... Daniel ... Yannick........... Tim .....025.193..575 90 Wheaton.... Sargis .752 41 Soderling.. Juan Carlos ..........$19...............442 132 Calleri....895.....990..843............... David........$3...$21.........542 26 Bruguera.................$3..... Davide ........ Paul...... Brian.. Guy ...159....... Henri ..... Magnus..........695......842 39 Ljubicic.......$12...... Alex ......207.684.............$3....672 195 Dlouhy.$2..$5..917........ Jim.605 48 Martin.. Jurgen .......571..$8..........$6...150 162 Olhovskiy..... Richey ..............212 157 Black.. Michael ......786...164 151 Srichaphan...$3......514 185 Gerulaitis..... Cyril...685...$5.$2..024..........385...$3. Mardy ............. Sebastien ...155 159 Washington.......... Sam ... Marin...........$3......$6..$3...... Julien ...........076 143 Gambill.. Fernando.... Marcos ..$7.$3....288 42 Rusedski.$4.. Pete..447 137 Smid. Todd ...058 28 Enqvist....313.247 108 Reneberg.....753..............545..$13.......439 75 Coria...............773 139 Karlovic....$7...732 Note: 455 players have earned $1 million or more.... Stefan ....816 87 Sanchez.. Thomas . Arnaud .........241 63 Blake......... Tommy . Nicolas .....663...........$11....358 2 Sampras...............091 193 Galbraith.... Sergi.. Jim .031.. Agustin ..... Vitas....$3..........$5......................................$3.. Andrei ....$5.......146 60 Schuettler. Thomas ..............279.........894.. Bob.......842.........$8..$6..778.....$7.......549 40 Nestor...841 43 Mirnyi.......... Guillermo .................867 161 Escude.......$3......................... Andrei................865 160 Stark................. Jason ........$4...774..577..$4... Kevin .797 7 Lendl......595............ Ivan . David. Nicolas .$3.089 122 Malisse.......459......995 116 Simon...$3......465 58 Verdasco.. Leander ..$4.........$6..921.......$3.... Stefan ....... Stanislas............077..$3....885 129 Montanes........ Kenneth..915...$4.976......387 187 Tipsarevic......$5....$10.........$3....$25.......320.... Nicolas ..... Richard ...... Kevin ......891 18 Courier..693 112 Leach......552......... Anders........... Paradorn .......388..................916.............736 150 Palmer.926......$3..254..$4.... Tomas..812.975 5 Becker....$23...$2...839 156 Stoltenberg..284................ Jose ..332...605...289.479 172 Rikl.........$7...$3. Victor .......... Miloslav...........$3....480...986... Nicolas ...028 92 Zimonjic.............132 19 Murray.. Tim ........... Martin ............718 168 Costa.. Daniel . Yevgeny . Nicklas......$2......$9........$4.. Potito..... Jonas .060........$5...596 127 Andreev........ Todd.. Marat .682 183 Delaitre....................775............. Marc-Kevin ...$3.417 80 Forget.. Alberto ..................... Richard ............858 105 Berasategui...094 113 Massu.618..247 175 Carlsen......$3....635... Wojtek .883...$2..TOTAL CAREER PRIZE MONEY LEADERS (As of Dec.. Tommy ..138..632............................. Nikolay ... Jiri..$2.....$4........ Paul-Henri.......$2......898 73 Gaudio......300........ Radek .....$2.........126.064.$3...........187..$2.448.662....489 107 Norman....... Dominik . Javier ......535 117 Mathieu.107 32 Woodbridge..............181 115 Almagro..729...026..021..103 128 Martin...........140...........$7..........050 191 Goellner.... Karel . Cedric.. Fernando ....................050................ Xavier ...........$10.956 6 Kafelnikov...............$5.......$5.....211 56 Bryan......$2.....$4. Petr .610 101 Gasquet.......... Wayne ...........411.......................$3..................$10.....................055.........$4.159 102 Monfils....065.$12.... Mark ....103 67 Rosset..510 174 Boetsch............$5.$37................... Jarkko .......316 96 Kucera.099..............$4.134..944. Emilio...980 36 Ferreira.....................060 83 Chela.........803....363 45 Gonzalez.$3..$6...$2..$4.967.....$3..946 166 Carbonell.632 12 Roddick....305 155 Koubek..........425 34 Santoro....285.......840 131 Stolle...... Mahesh ... Patrick . Sebastien ...280....762...289 ATPWORLDTOUR......274.........064..290 69 Del Potro..771 38 Ferrer.....................087 188 Rochus..............$14.........$4.....731..............437 79 Damm.168......063.......$6. Michael.........................069 57 Kiefer....696 74 Paes....401 91 Pavel................. Juan Martin .635....136 194 Mayotte.$13.810 125 Prinosil. Francisco ...........969.$2........630. Janko ............620 163 Fitzgerald......751 141 Suk..$3.........316 170 Chesnokov.897....617 37 Rios.257 173 Curren...923..$9......$3..........$6..347...$11.$4..941 9 Djokovic.. MaliVai .....................725...641 29 Korda..378............353......061.....408 140 Borg.............653 93 Schalken...........751..........$5.........$3............730..873....$3...$7....... Andreas...240.713 72 Lapentti........323 179 Vicente.$3..$4................ 6...$3...... Richard .......... Filippo ...220.128 23 McEnroe......... Andrea ..$9..669.....157..............$10. Novak .440.......080...065 123 Ancic.$8........ Goran.........$8............$5..192........ Juan.....................292 22 Stich..........545 59 Bryan.......... Jakob ......618 82 Gilbert. David ..........387 133 Kohlschreiber.798 94 Black....... Alex ........... Tomas ... Magnus ..388 104 Fish...........472.. Magnus .......928 146 Ginepri...... Patrick.............914.097 182 Lareau.. Jan .. Jonathan...290.......$61..202............771 119 Rochus....790.....................894..$2...$19. Lleyton .....748 186 Hanescu............839.....989 103 Vacek............... Albert .......$4.........584 167 Masur.217...........$3......$20... Mariano...............267........879..655 152 Noah........ Olivier...721.....956 10 Ivanisevic.. Carlos . Fabrice ... Olivier .........732........$3..127 165 Kulti............648........034......765 181 Connell.. Michael ....489 3 Nadal..$8....$14.....................579 11 Chang....... Sjeng .$5...............$3................860 85 Jarryd..........238.........199..$7......613 55 Berdych......540 136 Krickstein........713........216.......$4........693 68 Clement.. Jacco ...........803 50 Youzhny.$6....................... Brad ...677................ bold indicates active players.$4....................... Albert ......$4.. Wayne ....228 54 Novak...........$5..... John .....$3.. Guillermo.....644 145 Tursunov.......$2.......275...188 171 Gaudenzi.697 13 Hewitt...788...140 147 Ulihrach...840...$2...$3.........................063.... Bohdan ....199 27 Rafter. Nicolas .............435 134 Tarango.. Andrei ....738 138 Arthurs.........145.....$7...........582.......$5............... David ........... Patrick.....482 197 Garcia-Lopez..537..................373.......880 98 Eltingh..... Rick ..391 84 Bhupathi. Karol....132 24 Muster..................740 200 Sargsian....... Bjorn .$2.....152..... Philipp ....980 176 Querrey..395 88 Mantilla.686 124 Wawrinka..$7................$3...471...$4.......985........$9.....603..$8..........202 65 Pioline....574 25 Henman............699.........350..876.... Rafael .....391.....366...........302 148 O'Brien.................$7.............................040 47 Woodforde....602...641....... Robby ......... Carlos ..$2. Andre ... Gaston .807..........$31...........$2.127...............084....258 158 Grabb..........................................838.864 99 Vilas..612.....$2..189 169 McEnroe...214 89 Canas.560 71 Stepanek............575........339.....687.... Jo-Wilfried ....245 33 Krajicek..............130 111 Siemerink....162 4 Agassi................$5....... Jeff......$6.....................305........ Guillermo .721.......$4........861 196 Horna...$6. Alexander..$3....$2....291 17 Davydenko.....811 110 Gomez..208...225.................532 198 Mecir Sr..186.. Juan Ignacio . Mats .....443........272 164 Zabaleta. Thomas.. Mario .......749..$8..620 76 Hlasek............. Dmitry . 187 .256 52 Haarhuis.. Boris ............834 114 Clavet.. Mike ..............$4........911......044..$12.......$10.... Fernando .......... Andrei .....239..$2.... Tomas .982....724.786 154 Cilic...882 100 Nieminen.....660 153 Volkov........ Wayne..$5.262....$3... Aaron.686 180 Seppi.........$13...530 142 Acasuso.........949 44 Robredo............ Feliciano .....702 14 Kuerten......$3...415 149 Monaco..187 106 Gustafsson.000 15 Bjorkman...655.011 53 Costa..795 192 Volandri.....405 130 Benneteau..044........ Ivo.029 62 Hrbaty...........$5..$7.....979......118..................433 51 Wilander..... Byron ...................$3. Felix. Andy ...323 16 Safin............576....................$20.............427.. Albert .....775................018. Jared .. Rainer ..........................204...$14....029 66 Knowles..$2.................$5....$3.........................$9...544 46 Connors.....525.......... David ....$5.......... Andy ........455 49 Grosjean.....451 78 Melzer....632..$3......535..012.$2...... James . Greg ... Mark ........................ Marc .....095..148 70 Medvedev....504...........$19........... Igor.

TOP 50 ALL-TIME OPEN ERA TITLE LEADERS Includes ATP World Tour. T. Bryan 2. Grand Slam Cup SINGLES 1 JIMMY CONNORS 2 IVAN LENDL 3 JOHN MCENROE 4 ROGER FEDERER 5 PETE SAMPRAS 6 BJORN BORG 7 GUILLERMO VILAS 8 ANDRE AGASSI 9 ILIE NASTASE 10 BORIS BECKER 11 ROD LAVER 12 THOMAS MUSTER 13 RAFAEL NADAL 14 STEFAN EDBERG 15 STAN SMITH 16 MICHAEL CHANG 17 ARTHUR ASHE MATS WILANDER 19 JOHN NEWCOMBE MANUEL ORANTES KEN ROSEWALL 22 TOM OKKER 23 ANDY RODDICK 24 LLEYTON HEWITT 25 VITAS GERULAITIS 26 YEVGENY KAFELNIKOV 27 JOSE-LUIS CLERC BRIAN GOTTFRIED 29 JIM COURIER YANNICK NOAH 31 EDDIE DIBBS GORAN IVANISEVIC HAROLD SOLOMON 34 ANDRES GOMEZ 35 NIKOLAY DAVYDENKO BRAD GILBERT GUSTAVO KUERTEN CARLOS MOYA 39 THOMAS ENQVIST 40 NOVAK DJOKOVIC MARCELO RIOS MICHAEL STICH 43 ALEX CORRETJA RICHARD KRAJICEK RAUL RAMIREZ 46 VIJAY AMRITRAJ ANDY MURRAY 48 WAYNE FERREIRA JUAN CARLOS FERRERO WOJTEK FIBAK JOSE HIGUERAS MARC ROSSET GREG RUSEDSKI MARAT SAFIN EMILIO SANCHEZ ROSCOE TANNER NOTE: BOLD DENOTES ACTIVE PLAYER TOTAL 109 94 77 66 64 63 62 60 57 49 47 44 43 41 39 34 33 33 32 32 32 31 29 28 27 26 25 25 23 23 22 22 22 21 20 20 20 20 19 18 18 18 17 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 DOUBLES 1 TODD WOODBRIDGE 2 TOM OKKER JOHN MCENROE 4 FREW MCMILLAN 5 DANIEL NESTOR 6 MIKE BRYAN 7 BOB BRYAN MARK WOODFORDE 9 PETER FLEMING 10 BOB HEWITT 11 RAUL RAMIREZ 12 STAN SMITH 13 MARTY RIESSEN 14 ANDERS JARRYD 15 TOMAS SMID 16 JONAS BJORKMAN BRIAN GOTTFRIED PAUL HAARHUIS SHERWOOD STEWART 20 MARK KNOWLES 21 ILIE NASTASE 22 EMILIO SANCHEZ 23 WOJTEK FIBAK 24 SERGIO CASAL 25 MAHESH BHUPATHI RICK LEACH 27 JACCO ELTINGH BOB LUTZ 29 JOHN NEWCOMBE 30 LEANDER PAES 31 MARTIN DAMM 32 NENAD ZIMONJIC 33 ROD LAVER MAX MIRNYI 35 PATRICK GALBRAITH 36 MARK EDMONDSON 37 KEN FLACH KEVIN ULLYETT 39 ANDRES GOMEZ 40 PAVEL SLOZIL CYRIL SUK 42 HEINZ GUNTHARDT 43 ROY EMERSON JOHN FITZGERALD DAVID RIKL 46 ROBERT SEGUSO 47 JOHN ALEXANDER GUY FORGET GEOFF MASTERS JARED PALMER TOTAL 83 78 78 74 71 69 67 67 66 65 62 61 60 58 55 54 54 54 54 53 51 50 48 47 46 46 44 44 41 43 40 39 37 37 36 35 34 34 33 32 32 31 30 30 30 29 28 28 28 28 Team 1. Grand Prix. Sanchez Open Era Team Title Leaders No. Bryan-M. WCT. McEnroe B. Woodforde 3. 67 61 57 57 44 188 . S. B. Casal-E. Fleming-J. McMillan 5. Hewitt-F. P. Woodbridge-M. Grand Slam.

‘06) Madrid ('08).COM Rafael Nadal (18) Roger Federer (17) Andy Murray (6) Novak Djokovic (5) Pete Sampras (11) Marcelo Rios (5) Thomas Muster (8) Michael Chang (7) Gustavo Kuerten (5) Andy Roddick (5) Marat Safin (5) Juan Carlos Ferrero (4) Nikolay Davydenko (3) Thomas Enqvist (3) Carlos Moya (3) 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 189 . Miami (‘07). Hamburg (‘02. Cincinnati ('08). Miami (‘90. Titles Tournaments 7 Cincinnati (‘95-96. ‘09-10) Cincinnati (‘05. of those winners. Monte-Carlo (‘98). Rome (‘99) Cincinnati (‘03. ‘04-05. Miami (‘04. Indian Wells (‘01). ‘10). Monte-Carlo (‘99-00). Rome (‘02) Hamburg (‘08). ‘99). Miami ('08). Toronto (‘00) Rome (‘01). ‘10). Shanghai ('09) Cincinnati (‘00). Miami (‘98). Rafael Nadal Andre Agassi Roger Federer Pete Sampras Thomas Muster Michael Chang Andy Murray Boris Becker Jim Courier Novak Djokovic Gustavo Kuerten Marcelo Rios Andy Roddick Marat Safin Stefan Edberg Juan Carlos Ferrero Andrei Medvedev Nikolay Davydenko Thomas Enqvist 18 17 17 11 8 7 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 Carlos Moya Sergi Bruguera Andrei Chesnokov Guillermo Coria Alex Corretja Wayne Ferreira Guy Forget Lleyton Hewitt Goran Ivanisevic Richard Krajicek David Nalbandian Patrick Rafter Michael Stich Juan Aguilera Tomas Berdych Guillermo Cañas Roberto Carrertero Albert Costa Sebastien Grosjean 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 Tommy Haas Tim Henman Thomas Johansson Petr Korda Ivan Ljubicic Felix Mantilla Magnus Norman Karel Novacek Andrei Pavel Mikael Pernfors Mark Philippoussis Cedric Pioline Albert Portas Tommy Robredo Greg Rusedski Emilio Sanchez Robin Soderling Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Chris Woodruff 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 WINNERS OF MULTIPLE MASTERS 1000 TITLES Player (Total) Andre Agassi (17) Diff. Paris (‘09) Cincinnati (’92. Rome (‘08). ‘96-97). Monte-Carlo (‘02-03). Indian Wells (‘92. ‘95-96. Rome (‘05-07. ‘07. Montreal/Toronto ('09-10). Hamburg (‘00). Rome (‘94) Hamburg (‘99).ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 CAREER TITLE LEADERS There have been 57 different winners of the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments since 1990. ‘10). 32 have won more than one title. Madrid (‘05). Indian Wells (‘04-06). ‘02. Montreal (‘03) Madrid (‘04). Paris (‘94. ‘08. Indian Wells (‘94-95). Stuttgart (‘99) Cincinnati (‘02). Madrid (‘06. ‘95-96). Monte-Carlo (‘92. Madrid (‘03) Paris ('06). ‘97). ‘09). Paris (‘95. ‘06). ‘94-95). Paris (’96). Miami (‘93-94. Monte-Carlo (‘97). Rome (‘04) ATPWORLDTOUR. Miami (‘97). ‘01-03). Miami (‘92). Shanghai (‘10) Indian Wells (‘08). ‘04). ‘00). Toronto (‘04. Montreal (‘07). Montreal/Toronto (‘92. ’99). ‘09). ‘04). Indian Wells (‘07. Miami (‘09). ’97. Madrid (‘02). ‘95-96) Cincinnati (‘93-94). Paris (‘00. Toronto (‘90) Cincinnati (‘01). Rome (‘90. Montreal/Toronto (‘05. Rome (‘98) Essen (‘95). Indian Wells (‘98). Miami (‘05-06). ‘07). Monte-Carlo (‘05-08. ‘09-10).

7-6(1) 6-1. 7-6(2) 6-1. 6-1. Bryan/Bryan Bryan/Bryan d. 7-6(3). (31) Juan Carlos Ferrero (1) Roger Federer d. Erlich/Ram Bryan/Bryan d. (1) Rafael Nadal (3) Andy Murray d.Lopez/Nadal d. (1) Roger Federer (12) Tommy Robredo d. 6-3. 6-4 7-6(4). 6-2 6-2. 6-2 W/O 6-4.ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 FINALS SINCE 1990 Year 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 Tournament Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Rome Madrid Toronto Cincinnati Shanghai Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Rome Madrid Montreal Cincinnati Shanghai Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Rome Hamburg Toronto Cincinnati Madrid Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Rome Hamburg Montreal Cincinnati Madrid Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Rome Hamburg Toronto Cincinnati Madrid Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Rome Hamburg Montreal Cincinnati Madrid Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Rome Hamburg Toronto Cincinnati Madrid Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Singles Final (Rank) (26) Ivan Ljubicic d. 7-5 6-3. Hanley/Ullyett Bhupathi/Vizner d. 6-3 6-3. (8) David Nalbandian (2) Rafael Nadal d. 6-7(4). 6-1 6-4. 6-1 RET Black/Ullyett d. Nestor/Zimonjic Nestor/Zimonjic d. Fyrstenberg/Matkowski Nestor/Zimonjic d. 6-7(3). (51) Richard Gasquet (12) Andy Roddick d. (1) Roger Federer (2) Rafael Nadal d. 6-4 1-6. 6-2 6-4. 6-2 Black/Ullyett d. 6-2. 6-1. (31) Rafael Nadal (17) Rafael Nadal d. 6-2 6-2. 6-1 7-6(5). (63) Radek Stepanek (1) Lleyton Hewitt d. 13-11 6-2. 6-4 6-4. 7-6(1). Bryan/Bryan 7-5. 6-3 3-6. Black/Ullyett 6-1. (14) Gael Monfils (1) Rafael Nadal d. 6-4 6-2. 7-5 6-2. Bryan/Bryan Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. 6-2 Knowles/Nestor d. (36) Mardy Fish (4) Andy Murray d. 13-11 6-3. Bryan/Bryan Bryan/Bryan d. 6-3 Clement/Grosjean d. 6-2 3-6. 6-3. (3) Guillermo Coria (1) Roger Federer d. 6-3 6-4. Fyrstenberg/Matkowski Bryan/Bryan d. 6-3 3-6. 4-6. Erlich/Ram Fyrstenberg/Matkowski d. 6-0 7-5. Llodra/Santoro 6-3. 2-6. Bryan/Bryan 6-4. (10) David Nalbandian (7) Marat Safin d. Bhupathi/Knowles Bryan/Bryan d. 6-2. 6-4 6-4. (5) Carlos Moya (3) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. 4-6. 6-2 7-5. (1) Roger Federer (2) Rafael Nadal d. 6-4 6-2. 7-6(5) Knowles/Nestor d. (5) Andy Roddick (2) Rafael Nadal d. 6-4 7-5. (3) Novak Djokovic (1) Rafael Nadal d. 6-7(2). 6-4. 6-1 Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. 6-4 6-7(4). 6-1. Paes/Rikl 6-2. Knowles/Nestor 6-3. 10-7 6-4. 6-7(4). 5-7. 10-5 7-5. 7-6(3) Knowles/Nestor d. 6-2 Bryan/Bryan d. (11) Guillermo Coria (1) Roger Federer d. 7-5 3-6. (16) Gael Monfils (3) Novak Djokovic d. Nestor/Zimonjic Knowles/Nestor d. 6-4 6-4. (1) Roger Federer (4) Andy Murray d. 3-6. 6-3 Bhupathi/Paes d. 10-7 6-2. Bryan/Bryan 6-3. 6-1. Benneteau/Llodra Bryan/Bryan d. 6-4. Erlich/Ram 6-3. 10-8 6-2. Isner/Querrey Bryan/Bryan d. Bhupathi/Mirnyi Nestor/Zimonjic d. 6-3. Bryan/Bryan 6-3. 6-3. 5-7. 2-6. (2) Lleyton Hewitt (1) Roger Federer d. 6-1 Bhupathi/Mirnyi d. Nestor/Zimonjic Dlouhy/Paes d. 6-4 6-2. (9) Guillermo Coria (7) Rafael Nadal d. 7-6(4) Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. 10-7 6-4. Aspelin/Moodie Bhupathi/Knowles d. 6-3 Bjorkman/Woodbridge d. Santoro/Zimonjic 6-7(0). 10-6 4-6. 6-4. 7-6(2). (4) Guillermo Coria (4) Guillermo Coria d. 6-3. 6-1 Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. 6-4 Bryan/Bryan d. Black/Ullyett 6-3. (3) Roger Federer (2) Roger Federer d. 6-3 6-4. Hanley/Ullyett Erlich/Ram d. Bryan/Bryan Nestor/Zimonjic d. 7-6(12) 7-5. 6-2 4-6. Mirnyi/Ram Mirnyi/Ram d. 6-3 Black/Ullyett d. 6-3. 6-3 6-3. 14-12 6-7(4). 6-4 6-3. 7-5. 6-2 6-4. 6-1 7-5. 6-3 Knowles/Nestor d. Mirnyi/Ram Nestor/Zimonjic d. Knowles/Nestor 2-6. 6-0 7-6(3). Granollers/Robredo Erlich/Ram d. (10) Fernando Gonzalez (5) Nikolay Davydenko d. 6-4 6-3. (2) Andy Roddick (11) Andre Agassi d. 6-3. 7-6(2). 10-7 6-3. 6-3 6-3. 7-6(4). (8) David Nalbandian (1) Roger Federer d. Santoro/Zimonjic 6-2. 6-4 Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. (6) Rainer Schuettler (9) Carlos Moya d. 6-3. Benneteau/Gasquet Santoro/Zimonjic d. Paes/Zimonjic 6-3. 7-6(6) 6-3. (3) Novak Djokovic (1) Rafael Nadal d. 6-4 7-5. 6-3 6-3. 6-2 7-6(6). 5-7. (14) James Blake (1) Roger Federer d. 7-5. 7-6(5) 7-5. Bryan/Bryan Nestor/Zimonjic d. (6) Juan Martin Del Potro (1) Roger Federer d. 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. 6-3 6-4. 6-2 7-6(4). (6) Ivan Ljubicic (2) Rafael Nadal d. 7-5 6-3. 7-6(6) Llodra/Santoro d. (8) James Blake (25) David Nalbandian d. 6-4. 6-4. 3-6. (20) Tomas Berdych (3) Rafael Nadal d. 6-1 6-1. (10) Lleyton Hewitt (9) Marat Safin d. Llodra/Santoro Result 7-6(8). 6-3 Hanley/Ullyett d. Arthurs/Hanley 4-6. 6-4 6-4. Bryan/Bryan 7-5. 6-3. 6-4 6-4. 6-2 6-2. 7-6(4) 6-3.Ram Fish/Roddick d. (56) Richard Gasquet (2) Rafael Nadal d. 6-2. 2-6. 6-2 6-4. 6-3. Bhupathi/Mirnyi Bryan/Bryan d. 7-6(3) 6-7(5). 7-6(5). 4-6. 6-3 Henman/Zimonjic d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 6-2. (3) Novak Djokovic (4) Andy Murray d. (17) David Ferrer (3) Rafael Nadal d. Bryan/Bryan Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. 6-2 Bhupathi/Mirnyi d. Nestor/Zimonjic Bryan/Bryan d. 2-6. 6-4 3-6. 4-6. 7-5 7-6(3). (10) Tim Henman (3) Andy Roddick d. Bjorkman/Mirnyi 6-3. 3-6. 7-6(3) 6-2. (98) Mardy Fish (4) Nikolay Davydenko d. Knowles/A. 15-13 6-2. Etlis/Rodriguez 6-3. 7-5 Paes/Zimonjic d. (26) Guillermo Coria Result 7-6(3). 4-6. 6-2 Clement/Llodra d. 4-6. 6-3. Coetzee/Moodie Damm/Paes d. 7-6(2) 6-1. 6-2. (8) Andy Roddick (8) Andy Roddick d. 6-3. (55) Guillermo Canas (2) Rafael Nadal d. Damm/Paes Bryan/Bryan d. Nestor/Zimonjic Bryan/Bryan d. (1) Roger Federer (21) David Nalbandian d. Bhupathi/Knowles Nadal/Robredo d. 6-1 7-6(2). 5-7. 3-6. (3) Roger Federer (5) Robin Soderling d. (1) Roger Federer (1) Roger Federer d. 6-2 6-3. 7-6(5). 6-7(3). (6) Fernando Gonzalez (1) Roger Federer d. Bryan/Bryan Bryan/Bryan d. 6-3. 6-3 6-4. 7-6(5) Doubles Final M. Knowles/Nestor 6-1. (24) Stanislas Wawrinka (2) Rafael Nadal d. Hanley/Ullyett 6-3. 6-0 Bryan/Bryan d. 6-4 6-0. (37) Nicolas Kiefer (9) Andy Murray d. Fisher/Huss Nestor/Zimonjic d. Bryan/Bryan Benneteau/Tsonga d. (4) Andy Murray (4) Andy Murray d. Bhupathi/Mirnyi Melzer/Paes d. 6-3 6-2. Bhupathi/Knowles Bjorkman/Ullyett d. 7-5 6-3. 7-6(4) 6-4. 6-4. (1) Roger Federer (3) Novak Djokovic d. 7-6(5) 7-5. 6-3. 7-6(5). 7-6(2). 6-0 7-6(5). (16) Gilles Simon (14) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga d. 7-6(6) 190 . 6-3 7-5. (2) Rafael Nadal (4) Novak Djokovic d. 7-5 Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. Black/Ullyett 3-6. (1) Roger Federer (2) Rafael Nadal d. 10-7 7-5. 6-2. 6-2 6-1. (13) Novak Djokovic (10) Novak Djokovic d. 6-3. Erlich/Ram 6-1. 6-3 6-2. (2) Rafael Nadal (2) Rafael Nadal d. 6-4 6-4. 7-6(6) 6-2. 6-2 6-4. 7-5 3-6. Arthurs/Hanley 2-6. 6-3. 6-2 6-4. Fyrstenberg/Matkowski Bhupathi/Mirnyi d. 7-5 4-6. 6-0 7-6(2). (16) Radek Stepanek (1) Roger Federer d. Bryan/Bryan Nestor/Zimonjic d. 6-2 2-6. (12) Ivan Ljubicic (50) Tomas Berdych d. 3-6. Bryan/Bryan 6-3. 4-6. 6-4 7-5. 10-8 6-4. 6-4 6-3. 7-5 6-7(5). (7) Andre Agassi (1) Roger Federer d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 6-2. 6-4 4-6. 6-4 6-7(7). 0-6. 6-4. 6-3 Federer/Mirnyi d. (24) Gustavo Kuerten (2) Andre Agassi d. (10) Ivan Ljubicic (1) Roger Federer d. 7-6(8) 6-3. 6-4 6-2. 2-0 RET 6-2. (3) Novak Djokovic (2) Roger Federer d. (27) Dominik Hrbaty (1) Roger Federer d. 7-6(5) 6-4. 7-6(2) 6-4. 6-4 6-3. (4) Novak Djokovic (8) Nikolay Davydenko d. (12) Fernando Verdasco (3) Rafael Nadal d. (2) Rafael Nadal (1) Roger Federer d. 6-2 2-6. 6-3. (2) Rafael Nadal (3) Novak Djokovic d. Black/Ullyett 6-7(2).

(41) Mardy Fish 4-6. 6-4 E. 6-3 (8) Marcelo Rios d. (9) Alex Corretja 6-2. 6-4 Bhupathi/Gambill d. 7-6(6) (42) Albert Portas d. 6-1. 6-7(5). 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. 7-6 (38) Andrei Medvedev d. 6-3 Bhupathi/Paes d. (6) Gustavo Kuerten 6-1. 7-6(6) (18) Thomas Enqvist d. 6-3. 6-4. Adams/Steven 6-2.McEnroe 6-3. (144) Harel Levy 6-2. 7-5 (16) Mark Philippoussis d. 6-2 W. 6-1 (4) Magnus Norman d. 7-6(6) W.Ferreira/Leach d. (8) Lleyton Hewitt (2) Marat Safin d. 2-1 RET (11) Richard Krajicek d.Ferreira/Tarango 7-6(0). 6-2 (14) Gustavo Kuerten d. Ferreira/Leach 7-6(4). 6-4 Lareau/O'Brien d. (7) Patrick Rafter 6-1. (2) Andre Agassi 7-5. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 6-2. (9) Marcelo Rios 7-5. (3) Michael Chang 7-6(4). (9) Richard Krajicek 7-6(3). 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. 6-4. 6-4. 6-2. 3-6. 6-3. 4-6. 7-5. 6-2 Mirnyi/Stolle d. 6-4 Damm/Hrbaty d. (8) Richard Krajicek 6-1. 0-6. 6-4 Galbraith/Haarhuis d. 7-6(5). 7-5 (1) Andre Agassi d. 6-4 Escude/Santoro d. (10) Thomas Enqvist 6-4. (18) Alex Corretja 6-4. (13) Gustavo Kuerten 7-5. 6-4 (2) Thomas Muster d. 7-6(5). 6-4. 6-2. 6-2. 4-6. Bjorkman/Kulti 2-6. 5-7. 6-4. 7-5 Black/Bjorkman d. (21) Nicolas Massu 6-3. 6-2. 7-5. 6-3 (16) Guillermo Coria d. 7-6(5) (2) Pete Sampras d. Stolle/Suk 3-6. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 6-3.Black/Stolle d. (5) Roger Federer 7-5. 7-6(5) Blake/Martin d. 6-1. Llodra/Santoro 6-1. Delaitre/Santoro 6-1. 6-4. E. 6-2 Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. 7-6 (3) Patrick Rafter d. Novak/Rikl 6-2. Becker/Gambill 6-1. 4-6. 6-3 (9) Marat Safin d. 6-4 (18) Carlos Moya d. 6-2 (26) Albert Costa d.2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1995 1995 Rome Hamburg Montreal Cincinnati Madrid Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Rome Hamburg Toronto Cincinnati Madrid Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Rome Hamburg Montreal Cincinnati Stuttgart Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Rome Hamburg Toronto Cincinnati Stuttgart Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Hamburg Rome Montreal Cincinnati Stuttgart Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Hamburg Rome Toronto Cincinnati Stuttgart Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Hamburg Rome Montreal Cincinnati Stuttgart Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Hamburg Rome Cincinnati Toronto Stuttgart Paris Indian Wells Miami (47) Felix Mantilla d. 6-1. 6-3 Bjorkman/Rafter d. 5-7. (1) Pete Sampras 6-4. 3-6. 3-6.Ferreira/Leach 7-6(6). (48) Mariano Zabaleta 6-7(5). (25) Richard Krajicek 6-2. (14) Marat Safin 6-4. 7-5.Black/Ferreira 7-6(5). (4) Patrick Rafter 6-4. 7-6(1). 6-3.Black/Ullyett 7-5. Knowles/Nestor 7-6. Philippoussis/Rafter 7-6. 6-3 O'Brien/Palmer d. Bhupathi/Mirnyi 6-3. 6-4 Lareau/O'Brien d. Woodbridge/Woodforde 6-4. (12) Andy Roddick 6-4. Eltingh/Haarhuis 6-4. Leach/Stark 6-2. (16) Cedric Pioline 6-3. 6-3 (7) Richard Krajicek d. 2-1 RET Delaitre/Henman d.Black/Stolle d. 7-6 (15) Alex Corretja d. (53) Hicham Arazi 6-3. Nestor/Stolle 7-6(2). (6) Goran Ivanisevic 3-0 RET Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 7-5 W. W. (8) Yevgeny Kafelnikov 6-4. (7) Tommy Haas 6-3. 6-1. 6-2 (22) Thomas Johansson d. Haarhuis/Nestor 6-4. 6-3 (14) Tommy Haas d. 6-3. Broad/Norval 6-3. 6-2 Lobo/Sanchez d. 6-0 Novak/Rikl d. 6-4 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 6-1. 3-6. 6-7(5). 6-1 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. 6-4 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 6-1. 6-3 Bhupathi/Paes d. 6-4. 6-3 (6) Boris Becker d. 7-6(8) Woodbridge/Woodforde d. (14) Roger Federer 6-3. Johnson/Palmer 6-4. 7-6(4). (9) Patrick Rafter 7-6(3). 4-6. (4) Patrick Rafter 7-6(7). E. 2-6.Ferreira/Kafelnikov 6-4. Nestor/Stolle 6-4. 6-3. 7-5 (13) Greg Rusedski d. 7-6(4) Bryan/Bryan d. 6-3 Black/Bjorkman d. 6-3 Bhupathi/Mirnyi d. 6-1 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 7-5 Bryan/Bryan d. Eagle/Florent 6-3. 5-7. O'Brien/Stark 6-2. 6-3 Knowles/Nestor d. 7-6(3) (2) Gustavo Kuerten d. E. 7-5 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. 6-3. (15) Richard Krajicek 7-6(6). Adams/de Jager 6-7(6). 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. 6-2 Novak/Rikl d. MacPhie/Tebbutt 1-6. 5-7. 7-5 (14) Roger Federer d. Pimek/Talbot 6-2. E.Black/Ullyett 6-2. Johnson/Norval 3-6. (74) Sebastien Grosjean 4-6.Ferreira/Siemerink d. 6-4 (10) Wayne Ferreira d. 6-3 (43) Andrei Pavel d. 7-6(10) (7) Andy Roddick d. 6-2. 6-3 (2) Andre Agassi d. 6-4. (6) Yevgeny Kafelnikov 7-6(3). (4) Yevgeny Kafelnikov1-6. 6-4 (10) Andre Agassi d. 6-3 Bhupathi/Mirnyi d. 10-7 (9) Andre Agassi d. Llodra/Santoro 6-3. (1) Lleyton Hewitt 7-5. 6-4 E. 6-4. (6) Gustavo Kuerten 6-3. (6) Greg Rusedski 6-3. 6-4 7-6(6). (34) Marat Safin 7-6(1). 6-2 E. 3-6. Eagle/Florent 3-6. (10) Jonas Bjorkman 6-3. 6-2. 6-2 (143) Roberto Carretero d. 7-5 Ho/Steven d. 6-4 (12) Cedric Pioline d. Arthurs/Hanley 7-5. 6-7(15). Adams/de Jager 6-7. 3-6. 6-0. E. 4-6. 6-2 (9) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Kafelnikov/Vacek 6-4. 6-1 (19) Gustavo Kuerten d. Lareau/O'Brien 7-6. 6-3 (26) Alex Corretja d. 6-3 (7) Gustavo Kuerten d. 7-6(7). 7-6(2). 4-6. 1-6. 6-4. (4) Yevgeny Kafelnikov 6-2. (20) Albert Costa W/O Bhupathi/Paes d. Haarhuis/Stolle 6-3. 6-1 (4) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. (68) Paul Haarhuis 7-5. 6-4 Damm/Grabb d. 6-3. 6-3. (26) Carlos Moya 7-5. 6-0 Damm/Suk d. (35) Sergi Bruguera 7-6(6). (4) Carlos Moya 5-7. 6-2. 6-4 (19) Guillermo Canas d. 7-6(4) (8) Sebastien Grosjean d. Woodbridge/Woodforde 6-3. 7-6(5) (1) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. (13) Marcelo Rios 6-4. 7-6 (10) Marcelo Rios d. 6-3. 6-3. (4) Thomas Muster 6-3. Eltingh/Haarhuis 3-6. 6-4. 7-6(5). 7-6(5). 6-2 (3) Andre Agassi d. 6-4 (17) Petr Korda d. (31) Andre Agassi 7-5. Bhupathi/Paes 6-3. 6-4 Bjorkman/Woodbridge d. Bhupathi/Mirnyi 6-4. (6) Juan Carlos Ferrero 4-6. 6-2. 4-6.COM 191 . Grabb/P. Knowles/Nestor 7-6. 6-0 7-6(7). 6-4. 7-6(3) Woodbridge/Woodforde d. Haarhuis/Kafelnikov 6-3. 6-3. 7-6(3) Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 6-3. 7-6(4) (4) Andy Roddick d. 6-4. 6-3 (12) Thomas Enqvist d. 6-3. 3-6. 4-6. 7-6 ATPWORLDTOUR. (43) Todd Woodbridge 6-2. 6-2 Arthurs/Kratzmann d. 7-6 (5) Michael Chang d.Ferreira/Leach 6-4. (19) Jan-Michael Gambill 7-6(4). (1) Pete Sampras 3-6. 7-5 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. 6-4 Bjorkman/Woodbridge d. Arthurs/Stolle 6-7(4). 6-3. 6-4. 6-3. Haarhuis/Stolle 6-4.Ferreira/Leach d. 7-6 (1) Pete Sampras d. 6-7(2). Johnson/Palmer 6-3. 7-5 (57) Chris Woodruff d. 6-0. (1) Pete Sampras 3-6. (2) Pete Sampras 1-6. 6-4. Kuerten/Pioline 6-3. B. 2-6. 6-4. 4-6. W. 3-6. 6-4. (3) Pete Sampras 7-6(5). 7-6(8) Kulti/Mirnyi d. 6-3 (1) Lleyton Hewitt d. (31) Agustin Calleri 6-3. 7-6(6) (4) Andre Agassi d. 6-3 Bhupathi/Paes d. 6-3 Knowles/Nestor d. 6-0.Ferreira/Leach 6-7. (9) Jiri Novak W/O Knowles/Nestor d. 7-6 (3) Marcelo Rios d. (11) Tim Henman 6-1. 6-3. Federer/Mirnyi 6-4. Haarhuis/Palmer 2-6. 7-6(2) Arthurs/Hanley d. (21) David Nalbandian 6-1. W. (1) Gustavo Kuerten 3-6. 6-2. (26) Albert Costa 6-3. (43) Bohdan Ulihrach 4-6. Black/O'Brien 6-3. 6-3 (1) Pete Sampras d. (15) Felix Mantilla 6-0. 6-2 Knowles/Nestor d. (66) Alex Corretja 2-6. (53) Max Mirnyi 6-2. 6-3 Lareau/O'Brien d. 7-5. Forget/Hlasek 6-2. 7-6 (2) Andre Agassi d. 6-4 (1) Pete Sampras d. 2-6. 6-3 (1) Pete Sampras d. 4-6. 4-6. 1-0 RET Johnson/Montana d. 6-3 (2) Thomas Muster d. (16) Tim Henman 7-6(5). 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. Muller/Norval 6-4. 5-7. Philippoussis/Rafter 7-6. Haarhuis/Palmer (7) Marcelo Rios d. 7-5 Bjorkman/Woodbridge d. 6-3 (31) Tim Henman d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 6-2. 7-6(2). 7-6(6). (24) Dominik Hrbaty 6-4. 7-5 (2) Thomas Muster d. (14) Mark Philippoussis 3-6. 6-4. 7-6(3). 6-1 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 6-3. 7-6(6) E. 6-3 Johnson/Montana d. Bhupathi/Paes 3-6. 2-6. 6-4. 6-3 Lareau/Nestor d. (1) Lleyton Hewitt 7-6(4). 6-3 Novak/Rikl d. 3-6. 3-6. 7-6(3) (8) Thomas Enqvist d.Ferreira/Galbraith 6-1. 4-6. Damm/Prinosil 7-6(3). 6-1 Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. 6-4. 6-3 (7) Andre Agassi d. 6-4 (19) Wayne Ferreira d.Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. 7-6(4). 7-6(3).Ferreira/Leach d. 7-5 (3) Marcelo Rios d. 6-4 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. 6-4 Bjorkman/Rafter d. 6-3 Black/Connell d. (5) Marat Safin 6-1. 6-3. Martin/Reneberg 6-4. (191) Andrei Pavel 6-2. 6-2 (3) Michael Chang d. Knowles/Nestor 4-6. 7-5. Damm/Hrbaty 6-3. 6-3 (1) Gustavo Kuerten d. 2-6. Leach/Stark 6-3. Eltingh/Haarhuis 7-6. Bhupathi/Mirnyi 7-5. 6-2. 7-5 (3) Andre Agassi d. 6-3 (17) Carlos Moya d. 6-0 (5) Marat Safin d. 7-6(2). 7-6(8) Arthurs/Hanley d. 7-6 (5) Patrick Rafter d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 7-5.

7-6(4) Courier/J. Becker/Motta 6-4. 6-4. (29) Cedric Pioline (11) Michael Stich d. 3-6. 6-3. Galbraith/Visser 6-4. 6-2 3-3 RET Davis/Pate d. 7-6(7). 6-2. (11) Ivan Lendl (7) Goran Ivanisevic d. (14) Petr Korda (1) Pete Sampras d. W. 6-2 Krajicek/Siemerink d. Holm/Jarryd 6-3. W. (46) David Wheaton (15) Sergi Bruguera d. 6-3. 6-3. 6-1. 7-5 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. 6-3 Melville/Norval d. 6-4 5-7. 2-6. 6-1 Casal/E.1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1992 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 Monte-Carlo Hamburg Rome Montreal Cincinnati Essen Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Hamburg Rome Toronto Cincinnati Stockholm Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Hamburg Rome Montreal Cincinnati Stockholm Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Hamburg Rome Toronto Cincinnati Stockholm Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Hamburg Rome Montreal Cincinnati Stockholm Paris Indian Wells Miami Monte-Carlo Hamburg Rome Toronto Cincinnati Stockholm Paris (13) Thomas Muster d. 6-1 Forget/Leconte d. 6-2 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. Cahill/Kratzmann 5-7. 3-6. 6-4 6-3. Fitzgerald/Jarryd 6-4. Kinnear/Salumaa 6-4. 3-6. (5) Michael Chang (3) Thomas Muster d.McEnroe 6-4. 6-3 7-5. Connell/Galbraith 6-4. 6-3 Korda/Smid d. 6-4 7-6(5). 4-6.McEnroe/Stark 6-3. 6-2 7-5. Nijssen/Suk 4-6. 6-3. B. Dyke/Lundgren 6-1. 7-5 Courier/Knowles d.Sanchez d. 6-7. 6-2. 6-3. 6-4 Haarhuis/Koevermans d. (8) Andrei Medvedev (15) Michael Chang d. 4-6. 7-6 7-5. 6-4 CAREER ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 MATCH WINS LEADERS SINCE 1990 Player 1) Roger Federer 2) Andre Agassi 3) Pete Sampras 4) Rafael Nadal 5) Andy Roddick 6) Michael Chang 7) Carlos Moya W-L Titles 224-68 17 209-73 17 190-70 11 186-38 18 148-60 5 137-79 7 133-98 3 8) Jim Courier 9) Wayne Ferreira 10) Juan Carlos Ferrero 11) Lleyton Hewitt 12) Fabrice Santoro 13) Yevgeny Kafelnikov 14) Tim Henman 130-66 128-103 122-73 121-61 120-108 117-77 117-92 5 2 4 2 0 0 1 15) Tommy Haas 16) Marat Safin 17) Ivan Ljubicic 18) Goran Ivanisevic 19) Gustavo Kuerten 20) Albert Costa 115-86 114-82 112-78 112-84 109-62 109-77 1 5 1 2 5 1 192 . 7-5 4-6. (3) Stefan Edberg (4) Michael Stich d. (31) Andre Agassi (9) Andrei Medvedev d. Muller/Visser 6-1. (13) Boris Becker (20) Andre Agassi d. 6-3. 3-0 RET Camporese/Ivanisevic d. Connell/Michibata 6-7. 6-4. 7-6. 6-2 6-3. Riglewski/Stich 7-6. 6-2. 6-4 Connell/Galbraith d. 6-2 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 6-4 6-4. 7-6 7-6(2). 6-3 7-6(2).Ferreira/Kratzmann 6-4. Motta/Visser 4-6. 6-4. 7-6 6-1. 3-6. 5-7. Gomez/Sanchez 6-4. (7) Brad Gilbert (2) Boris Becker d. 6-3 6-3. 6-4 Fitzgerald/Jarryd d. 6-2 4-6. Broad/Muller 7-6. 6-3. (2) Boris Becker (26) Karel Novacek d. Knowles/Palmer 7-6. (7) Sergi Bruguera (1) Andre Agassi d. B. MacPhie/Stolle 6-2. 6-3 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. (14) Guy Forget (26) Jim Courier d. 6-2. (7) Pete Sampras (3) Stefan Edberg d. 6-3. 6-4 Flach/Seguso d. 6-3. (1) Stefan Edberg (6) Guy Forget d. (30) Thomas Muster (26) Juan Aguilera d. 6-3 Suk/Vacek d.McEnroe/P. (18) MaliVai Washington (16) Sergi Bruguera d. Nijssen/Suk 7-5. 6-4. 6-3 6-1.Ferreira/Kratzmann 6-4. B. Jones/Leach 3-6. 6-2. (8) Pete Sampras (2) Boris Becker d. (3) Stefan Edberg (20) Andrei Chesnokov d. 6-1 Casal/E. (10) Goran Ivanisevic (11) Goran Ivanisevic d. 0-6. (17) Wayne Ferreira (2) Pete Sampras d. 7-6 7-5. (29) Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1) Pete Sampras d. 6-4. 6-2 6-4. 6-2 6-4. 6-2. 4-6. Michibata/Pate 6-4. (6) Sergi Bruguera (8) Andrei Medvedev d. (21) Magnus Gustafsson (16) Emilio Sanchez d. Lobo/J. 6-1. 6-2. 1-6. (54) MaliVai Washington (2) Pete Sampras d. 6-4 3-6.McEnroe/Palmer 6-4. 6-1 Cahill/Kratzmann d. 3-6.McEnroe d. 6-2. Knowles/Nestor 6-2. 6-0 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. 7-6 3-6. (15) Carlos Costa (11) Andre Agassi d. (74) Andrei Chesnokov (2) Jim Courier d. 7-6(6). 6-3 Galbraith/Witsken d. 7-6(5). 6-3. 7-5 6-3. 1-6.Sanchez d.Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. (105) Alberto Mancini (32) Andrei Chesnokov d. Kafelnikov/Vacek 3-6. 6-3. 3-6. 6-0. 6-4. 6-3. Forget/Leconte 7-6. 6-2 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 7-6(4) Jensen/Warder d. 6-4 Hlasek/Rosset d. Haarhuis/Koevermans 3-6.Ferreira/Sanchez 6-1. 6-0 Galbraith/Visser d. 6-2 5-7. 7-6 Bruguera/Courier d. (12) Guy Forget (9) Boris Becker d. 6-1. 6-3 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 6-1 Casal/E.Black/Stark 3-6. 5-7. 7-5 6-4. 6-3. 6-4 6-3. 7-5 DeVries/Macpherson d. 6-4. 6-2 6-4. 6-4.Black/Stark d. 6-3. Courier/Davis 7-6. (5) Michael Stich (1) Jim Courier d. 6-4 6-3. 7-6(2) B. 6-3 Kulti/Larsson d. 7-6 6-1. 7-6 Becker/Forget d. 7-6(6). 5-7. (15) Jay Berger (2) Stefan Edberg d. 6-1 2-6. 4-6. (8) Andre Agassi (5) Andre Agassi d. 7-6. 6-3 4-6. 6-4. Suk/Vacek 7-5. 6-4 W. (40) Petr Korda (7) Guy Forget d. (33) Jason Stoltenberg (7) Michael Chang d. 6-4 7-6(3). 6-2 Kafelnikov/Rikl d. Apell/Bjorkman 6-3. 6-0. 6-1 3-6. (4) Stefan Edberg (6) Boris Becker d. 6-2 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. 6-4 6-1. 6-2 6-1. 7-6. 6-4. Edberg/Holm 7-6. 6-2 Fitzgerald/Jarryd d.McEnroe/Stark 6-7. (3) Boris Becker (17) Thomas Muster d. 6-4. 3-6.Ferreira/Norval d. (3) Boris Becker (20) Andrei Medvedev d. P. 7-6(4) Woodbridge/Woodforde d. (20) Todd Martin (9) Michael Chang d. 6-3 Becker/Stich d. 6-3. 6-3 7-5. 6-3 Forget/Hlasek d. DeVries/Macpherson 6-3. 6-3 3-6. (1) Stefan Edberg (1) Stefan Edberg d. 6-2 6-3. 7-5 Flach/Witsken d.Black/Olhovskiy 6-1.Black/Stark 7-5. Grabb/Martin 6-2. 6-3. 6-1. 6-4. Steeb/Stich 5-7. Flach/Seguso 5-7. 6-3 Kafelnikov/Olhovskiy d. (12) Ivan Lendl (3) Pete Sampras d. 7-5 3-6. Connell/Michibata 6-4.McEnroe 4-6. 7-6 Annacone/Wheaton d. 7-6 6-3. 6-4 B. 7-6. (5) Boris Becker (1) Pete Sampras d. 6-2 Connell/Galbraith d. 5-7. 7-5 O'Brien/Stolle d. P. 7-5 6-3. Jensen/Melville 6-4. 6-4 Agassi/Korda d. 7-6. W. Jensen/Warder 6-2. Kinnear/Salumaa 4-6. 6-0 Edberg/Korda d. 6-1 W. 7-5. 6-2 Leach/Pugh d. 7-6(5).Sanchez 6-3. 7-6(3). 6-3 7-6(3). Korda/Novacek 6-4. Haarhuis/Koevermans 5-7. 6-4 4-6. 6-4 6-3.Ferreira/Kratzmann 6-7. (2) Pete Sampras (1) Andre Agassi d. (24) Alberto Mancini (37) Thomas Muster d. 6-3. 6-3. 6-2 4-6. (36) Andrei Chesnokov (9) Michael Chang d. 7-6(6).Sanchez d. W. 6-4. 6-3. P. (6) Goran Ivanisevic (95) Mikael Pernfors d. 7-6 6-1. (2) Boris Becker 4-6. (5) Goran Ivanisevic (10) Thomas Muster d. 0-6.Sanchez d. 6-3. 6-3 J. 6-4 6-2. 6-0. (2) Goran Ivanisevic (7) Andre Agassi d. (5) Guy Forget (18) Jim Courier d. 6-2. 0-6. Apell/Bjorkman 6-3. 6-7(1). Grabb/P. 6-4 Eltingh/Haarhuis d.Black/Stark d. 6-2. 3-6. 7-6(4). (15) Andrei Chesnokov (24) Michael Chang d. 3-0 RET 7-6(6). 6-3 5-7. 3-6. Agassi/P. (24) Aaron Krickstein (2) Stefan Edberg d. (16) Marc Rosset (1) Jim Courier d. 6-2 7-6(9). 7-6 2-6. 6-4. 6-2 4-6.

Adrian ROU 1998 Hewitt. Kei JPN 2007 Darcis. Wayne AUS 2004 Haas. Jan SVK Trn Date 08/02/10 07/06/09 02/11/08 07/16/07 07/10/06 02/21/05 04/12/04 04/07/03 09/30/02 07/09/01 05/01/00 09/13/99 01/05/98 01/27/97 Tournament Washington Newport Delray Beach Amersfoort Newport Scottsdale Houston Casablanca Tokyo Newport Orlando Bournemouth Adelaide Shanghai Rank 117 181 244 297 214 99 349 102 121 167 352 133 550 102 ATPWORLDTOUR. Mark AUS 2005 Arthurs. Steve BEL 2006 Philippoussis. Fernando CHI 1999 Voinea. David ARG 2009 Ram. Neville RSA 2000 Gonzalez. Rajeev USA 2008 Nishikori. Lleyton AUS 1997 Kroslak.YEAR-BY-YEAR ATP TITLE LEADERS 2010 Rafael Nadal 2009 Andy Murray 2008 Rafael Nadal 2007 Roger Federer 2006 Roger Federer 2005 Rafael Nadal Roger Federer 2004 Roger Federer 2003 Roger Federer 2002 Andre Agassi Lleyton Hewitt 2001 Lleyton Hewitt 2000 Marat Safin 7 6 8 8 12 11 11 11 1993 Pete Sampras 7 5 5 7 7 1992 Boris Becker Pete Sampras Jim Courier 1991 Stefan Edberg 1990 Stefan Edberg 5 5 5 7 7 1981 John McEnroe Ivan Lendl 1980 John McEnroe Bjorn Borg 1979 Bjorn Borg 10 10 9 9 13 1970 Rod Laver 1969 Rod Laver 1968 Four players with 8 7 2 9 1982 Ivan Lendl 15 1971 Ilie Nastase 7 1999 Andre Agassi Pete Sampras Magnus Norman 1998 Marcelo Rios 1997 Pete Sampras 1996 Pete Sampras 1995 Thomas Muster 1994 Pete Sampras 5 5 5 7 8 8 12 10 1989 Ivan Lendl 1988 Boris Becker 1987 Ivan Lendl 1986 Ivan Lendl 1985 Ivan Lendl 1984 John McEnroe 1983 Mats Wilander 10 7 8 9 12 14 9 1978 Jimmy Connors 1977 Guillermo Vilas 1976 Jimmy Connors 1975 Jimmy Connors 1974 Jimmy Connors 1973 Ilie Nastase 1972 Ilie Nastase 10 16 13 9 15 14 12 YEAR-BY-YEAR COUNTRY TITLE LEADERS 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 ESP ESP ESP ESP SUI ESP SUI USA ARG USA ESP 20 13 16 13 13 12 11 16 10 10 10 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 ESP SWE USA USA ESP USA ESP USA USA USA USA 12 11 12 14 14 17 17 20 22 26 29 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 USA USA USA USA USA SWE SWE USA USA USA USA 24 17 25 25 18 18 17 25 36 30 43 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA 44 45 45 45 43 38 37 39 34 YEAR-BY-YEAR LOWEST RANKED WINNERS SINCE 1985 Year Player 2010 Nalbandian. Tommy GER 2003 Boutter. Kenneth DEN 2001 Godwin.COM 193 . Julien FRA 2002 Carlsen.

550 No. 349 No. Alex USA Doumbia. Carsten GER Cane. 352 No. Massimiliano ITA Rebolledo. 397 No. Markus GER Burillo. 224 No. Jordi ESP Arriens. 316 No. Vincent Newport Florence 169 282 131 161 210 224 243 397 134 159 151 217 LOW-RANKED WINNERS OUTSIDE TOP 200 Since 1985 Winner Lleyton Hewitt Kelly Jones Fernando Gonzalez Tommy Haas Santiago Ventura Steve Darcis Yahiya Doumbia Nicolas Lapentti Kei Nishikori Ranking No. 244 Tournament 1998 Adelaide 1989 Singapore 2000 Orlando 2004 Houston 2004 Casablanca 2007 Amersfoort 1985 Bordeaux 1995 Bogota 2008 Delray Beach Pat Cash Paolo Cane Leonardo Lavalle Sergio Casal Mark Philippoussis Mardy Fish Carsten Arriens Sergiy Stakhovsky Simon Youl Jose Francisco Altur No. 210 No. 218 No. 297 No. 212 No. 282 No. 258 No. Bill USA Casal. 209 No. Pedro CHI Scanlon. Pat AUS Jones. 205 No. 217 No.1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 O'Brien. 243 No. 214 No. Yahiya SEN Zoecke. 1) Guillermo Vilas 2) Ivan Lendl 3) John McEnroe 4) Roger Federer Bjorn Borg 6) Roger Federer Thomas Muster 8) Rafael Nadal 9) Ivan Lendl 10) Jimmy Connors 11) Pete Sampras Ivan Lendl Bjorn Borg 14) Jose-Luis Clerc 15) Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Andre Agassi John McEnroe 19) Roger Federer Jim Courier 46 44 42 41 41 35 35 32 31 30 29 29 29 28 26 26 26 26 25 25 Year(s) 1977 1981-82 1984 2006-07 1979-80 2005 1995 2008 1985 1978 1994 1986 1977 1981 2004-05 2006 1995 1982-83 2005 1992 21) Rafael Nadal Rafael Nadal Pete Sampras Bjorn Borg 24 24 24 24 2010 2005 1999 1977 2008 2004 1988 1975 1976 2009 1991 1996 1990 1990 1986 1988 1988 1983 1981 25) Juan Martin del Potro 23 Roger Federer Andre Agassi Rod Laver 29) Manuel Orantes 30) Roger Federer Stefan Edberg Pete Sampras Stefan Edberg Ivan Lendl Boris Becker 36) Mats Wilander Kent Carlsson Mats Wilander John McEnroe 23 23 23 22 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 * Completed records as of 1975 194 . Sergio ESP 08/12/96 09/11/95 03/28/94 05/17/93 10/26/92 05/20/91 04/23/90 04/24/89 05/16/88 08/10/87 07/07/86 05/20/85 New Haven Bordeaux Sun City Bologna Guaruja Bologna Hong Kong Singapore Florence St. Kelly USA Narducci. Paolo ITA Cash. 204 1990 Hong Kong 1991 Bologna 1991 Tel Aviv 1985 Florence 2006 Newport 2006 Houston 1992 Guaruja 2008 Zagreb 1989 Schenectady 1989 San Marino LONGEST MATCH WINNING STREAKS* (20 or more) No.

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731 .667 .890 .714 .750 .800 .739 .800 .816 .826 .800 . Grand Slam.813 .818 .714 .722 .800 .720 .853 .698 Indoor 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 Roger Federer Mikhail Kukushkin Julien Benneteau Jurgen Melzer Mikhail Youzhny Robin Soderling Gael Monfils Novak Djokovic Michael Llodra Gilles Simon W 17 13 8 15 15 21 17 16 12 13 L Index 1 3 2 4 4 6 5 5 4 5 .714 . 5 matches) Rafael Nadal Lleyton Hewitt Tomas Berdych Mardy Fish Michael Llodra Sam Querrey 7 Roger Federer 8 Robin Soderling Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 10 Andy Murray 1 2 3 4 5 W 9 8 6 11 9 9 8 4 4 6 L Index 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 .737 .714 .000 .889 .778 .877 .719 .718 .778 .846 .739 .714 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 W L Index 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Rafael Nadal Andy Roddick Roger Federer Andy Murray Robin Soderling Mardy Fish David Ferrer Novak Djokovic David Nalbandian Ivan Ljubicic 29 18 22 20 18 10 20 16 12 10 5 4 7 7 7 4 9 8 6 5 .816 .722 .776 .833 .741 .750 .800 .759 .745 .750 .722 Grand Slam 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 Rafael Nadal Roger Federer Novak Djokovic Andy Murray Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Mikhail Youzhny Robin Soderling Tomas Berdych Jurgen Melzer Andy Roddick Fernando Verdasco W 25 20 19 16 12 12 14 12 11 10 10 L Index 1 3 4 4 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 .782 .755 .762 .870 .706 Hard 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic Andy Murray Andy Roddick Robin Soderling Gael Monfils David Nalbandian Mikhail Youzhny Mardy Fish W 47 40 43 34 42 39 36 23 30 25 L Index 7 9 12 12 15 15 14 9 12 10 .800 .690 .741 .789 .900 .697 Clay 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Rafael Nadal David Ferrer Juan Carlos Ferrero Tomas Berdych Fernando Verdasco Novak Djokovic Stanislas Wawrinka Nicolas Almagro Roger Federer Mikhail Youzhny W 22 31 28 14 22 12 17 28 10 12 L Index 0 7 7 4 7 4 6 11 4 5 1.733 .667 *Minimum 10 matches unless otherwise stated 196 .727 .778 .771 .962 .714 . Düsseldorf World Team Cup and Davis Cup matches* Overall (min.720 .857 .719 .818 .778 .800 .870 .789 . 20 matches) W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Rafael Nadal Roger Federer Novak Djokovic Mardy Fish David Nalbandian Andy Roddick Robin Soderling Andy Murray David Ferrer Gael Monfils 71 65 61 40 28 48 57 46 60 46 L Index 10 13 18 14 10 18 22 18 24 20 .737 .750 Outdoor 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Rafael Nadal Roger Federer David Nalbandian Novak Djokovic Andy Roddick Mardy Fish Andy Murray David Ferrer Juan Carlos Ferrero Tomas Berdych W 65 48 21 45 37 40 41 49 33 37 L Index 8 12 6 13 11 13 14 18 14 16 .800 .ATP RELIABILITY INDEX LEADERS Includes ATP World Tour.773 .714 Grass (min.759 .800 .772 .818 .702 .667 .944 .

462 . 3 matches)W Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Albert Montanes Mardy Fish Marin Cilic Jurgen Melzer 6 Fabio Fognini Robin Soderling Fernando Verdasco 9 Novak Djokovic 10 Thomaz Bellucci John Isner Lukas Lacko Gael Monfils Mikhail Youzhny 1 2 3 4 4 3 5 4 4 3 3 3 4 2 2 2 2 2 L Index 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1.800 .000 1.727 .727 .667 . 20 matches) W L Index 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Novak Djokovic Gilles Simon Rafael Nadal Juan Carlos Ferrero Andy Murray Jeremy Chardy Roger Federer Robin Soderling Ivan Ljubicic Mardy Fish 54 19 64 30 41 24 59 47 20 29 1 1 4 2 3 2 5 4 2 3 .941 .556 .000 .906 After Losing 1st Set W L Index 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Rafael Nadal 7 Mardy Fish 11 Mikhail Youzhny 14 David Nalbandian 6 Roger Federer 6 Fernando Verdasco 12 Fernando Gonzalez 4 John Isner 11 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez11 Robin Soderling 10 6 11 15 7 8 18 6 18 19 18 .692 .909 .759 .818 .667 .667 . Grand Slam.667 .600 Finals (min.444 .800 .444 Tie-Breaks (min.714 .950 .778 .429 .500 .538 . 5 matches) W 1 Roger Federer 16 2 Rafael Nadal 11 3 Mardy Fish 5 Fernando Verdasco 5 5 Janko Tipsarevic 3 6 Andy Murray 7 7 Nikolay Davydenko 4 8 Ivan Ljubicic 5 9 Michael Llodra 4 10 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez4 Andy Roddick 4 L Index 6 5 3 3 2 5 3 4 4 5 5 .680 .800 .367 . Top 10 (min. Lefthanders W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Roger Federer Mardy Fish Andy Roddick Rafael Nadal Ernests Gulbis Juan Monaco Philipp Kohlschreiber Nicolas Almagro Marin Cilic Fernando Verdasco 11 9 9 8 7 8 11 6 6 6 L Index 1 1 2 2 3 4 6 4 4 4 .923 .932 .800 .400 .357 Fifth Set (min.625 . Düsseldorf World Team Cup and Davis Cup matches* vs.571 .647 .727 .500 .700 .684 .600 .750 .750 .647 vs.500 .938 .400 .600 .800 .667 197 Decisive Set 1 Gilles Simon 2 Fernando Verdasco 3 David Nalbandian Potito Starace 5 Marin Cilic 6 Gael Monfils 7 Albert Montanes 8 Ivan Ljubicic 9 Jurgen Melzer 10 Roger Federer Mardy Fish W 12 19 8 8 13 18 14 9 15 12 12 L Index 3 5 3 3 5 7 6 4 7 6 6 .667 .982 .917 .667 .667 .833 .667 .483 .500 .600 .COM .500 .500 After Winning 1st Set (min. 3 matches) W 1 2 3 4 5 6 Sam Querrey Rafael Nadal Juan Carlos Ferrero Marin Cilic Roger Federer Novak Djokovic Mardy Fish Andy Murray Andy Roddick Fernando Verdasco 4 7 3 2 5 2 2 2 2 2 L Index 1 2 1 1 4 2 2 2 2 2 .720 .682 .667 ATPWORLDTOUR.556 .667 .750 .500 .722 .654 .625 .882 .ATP RELIABILITY INDEX LEADERS Includes ATP World Tour.922 .750 . 15) W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Pablo Cuevas Mardy Fish Rafael Nadal Julien Benneteau Juan Monaco Lukas Lacko Roger Federer Marcos Baghdatis John Isner Eduardo Schwank 15 20 22 15 13 17 21 16 34 11 L Index 2 5 7 6 6 8 10 8 18 6 .700 .688 .800 .379 .677 .792 .900 .583 .922 .

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Won Returning 2nd Serve % 1 Rafael Nadal 2 Andy Murray 3 Juan Carlos Ferrero 4 David Ferrer 5 Novak Djokovic 6 Fernando Verdasco 7 Nikolay Davydenko 8 Robin Soderling 9 Tomas Berdych 10 Mikhail Youzhny *Minimum 40 matches except for aces 55 55 55 54 54 53 53 52 52 52 81 64 47 81 72 64 47 75 68 58 1 Novak Djokovic 2 Juan Ignacio Chela 3 Juan Carlos Ferrero 4 David Ferrer 5 Andy Murray 6 Rafael Nadal 7 Nikolay Davydenko 8 Juan Monaco 9 Roger Federer 10 Fernando Verdasco 32 32 32 31 30 29 29 28 27 27 72 52 47 81 64 81 47 49 78 64 ATPWORLDTOUR. Converted % Match 1 Juan Ignacio Chela 2 Juan Monaco 3 Roger Federer 4 Novak Djokovic 5 Juan Carlos Ferrero 6 David Ferrer 7 Pablo Cuevas 8 Andy Murray 8 Fernando Verdasco 10 Viktor Troicki 35 35 34 34 34 33 33 32 32 32 52 49 78 72 47 81 42 64 64 62 Match 1 Juan Carlos Ferrero 2 Novak Djokovic 3 Juan Ignacio Chela 4 Michael Llodra 5 David Ferrer 5 Rafael Nadal 7 Robin Soderling 8 Mikhail Youzhny 9 Mardy Fish 10 Viktor Troicki Return Games Won 46 45 45 45 44 44 44 44 44 43 % 47 72 52 48 81 81 75 58 52 62 Match Pts.2010 ATP WORLD TOUR MATCHFACTS Service Game Leaders Includes ATP World Tour & Grand Slam matches* Aces # Match 2nd Serve Pts. Won Returning 1st Serve % Match Break Pts.048 815 739 709 658 567 565 558 547 541 % 60 66 75 60 78 52 61 62 68 67 Match 1 Rafael Nadal 2 Andy Roddick 3 Roger Federer 4 Juan Carlos Ferrero 5 David Ferrer 6 Jurgen Melzer 7 Tomas Berdych 8 John Isner 9 Nicolas Almagro 10 Richard Gasquet Service Games Won 60 57 56 56 55 55 55 55 54 54 % 81 66 78 47 81 72 68 60 67 60 Match 1 Potito Starace 2 Juan Carlos Ferrero 2 Victor Hanescu 4 Jarkko Nieminen 5 Andy Roddick 6 John Isner 7 Rafael Nadal 8 Fernando Verdasco 9 Denis Istomin 10 Julien Benneteau 1st Serve Pts. Saved 91 90 90 89 87 86 86 86 85 85 % 66 81 60 78 68 75 60 45 52 49 Match 1 Mardy Fish 2 Tomas Berdych 3 Andy Roddick 4 Sam Querrey 5 Roger Federer 6 Robin Soderling 7 Andy Murray 8 Feliciano Lopez 9 Marcos Baghdatis 10 John Isner 80 79 79 79 78 78 77 77 76 76 52 68 66 60 78 75 64 49 68 60 1 Rafael Nadal 2 Andy Roddick 3 John Isner 4 Marin Cilic 5 Roger Federer 6 Feliciano Lopez 7 Novak Djokovic 8 Tomas Berdych 9 Sam Querrey 10 Stanislas Wawrinka 69 69 69 69 68 68 67 67 67 67 81 66 60 59 78 49 72 68 60 52 Return of Serve Leaders Pts. Won 74 72 72 70 69 69 67 67 66 66 % 48 47 47 54 66 60 81 64 58 43 Match 1 Andy Roddick 2 Rafael Nadal 3 John Isner 4 Roger Federer 5 Tomas Berdych 6 Robin Soderling 7 Sam Querrey 8 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 9 Mardy Fish 10 Thiemo de Bakker Break Pts. Won % Match 1 John Isner 2 Andy Roddick 3 Robin Soderling 4 Sam Querrey 5 Roger Federer 6 Mardy Fish 7 Gael Monfils 8 Viktor Troicki 9 Tomas Berdych 10 Nicolas Almagro 1st Serve Percentage 1.COM 199 .

318 929 912 1.ATP MATCHFACTS YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS ACES Year Player Aces Matches 1st Serve % Year Player 1st Serve % Total Matches 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 John Isner Ivo Karlovic Ivo Karlovic Ivo Karlovic Ivan Ljubicic Andy Roddick Andy Roddick Andy Roddick Wayne Arthurs Goran Ivanisevic Marat Safin Richard Krajicek Goran Ivanisevic Goran Ivanisevic Goran Ivanisevic Pete Sampras Goran Ivanisevic Pete Sampras Goran Ivanisevic Guy Forget 1.017 989 807 801 921 907 1.048 890 961 1.477 974 1.050 1.048 1.169 1.011 957 611 60 43 54 64 78 69 81 89 96 48 96 60 72 71 96 81 85 94 72 73 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 Potito Starace Andy Roddick Fernando Verdasco Fernando Verdasco Fernando Verdasco Rafael Nadal Rafael Nadal Tommy Robredo Tommy Robredo Juan Balcells Mariano Puerta Alberto Berasategui Alberto Berasategui Alberto Berasategui Alberto Berasategui Gilbert Schaller Gilbert Schaller Gilbert Schaller Thierry Champion Thomas Muster 74 70 73 72 73 69 70 69 68 71 67 77 73 73 75 75 78 73 73 74 48 61 72 59 58 87 43 64 57 41 60 40 58 66 72 71 49 33 48 48 1st Serve Points Won Year Player 1st Serve Points Won Total Matches 2nd Serve Points Won Year Player 2nd Serve Points Won Total Matches 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 Mardy Fish Ivo Karlovic Ivo Karlovic Ivo Karlovic Ivan Ljubicic Andy Roddick Ivo Karlovic Mardy Fish Wayne Arthurs Goran Ivanisevic Mark Philippoussis Richard Krajicek Goran Ivanisevic Richard Krajicek Goran Ivanisevic Pete Sampras Goran Ivanisevic Pete Sampras Goran Ivanisevic Guy Forget 80 85 81 84 79 82 82 81 81 81 82 83 84 86 86 83 83 82 84 79 52 43 54 64 78 69 40 61 47 48 60 64 72 68 96 81 85 94 72 73 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 Rafael Nadal Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Roger Federer Roger Federer Roger Federer Roger Federer Juan Carlos Ferrero Andre Agassi Andy Roddick Andre Agassi Andre Agassi Marcelo Rios Greg Rusedski Thomas Muster Andre Agassi Michael Chang Thomas Muster Michael Stich Michael Stich 60 57 60 59 59 59 58 60 56 56 55 56 56 54 54 56 54 57 56 56 81 71 90 75 95 84 74 81 65 55 51 77 85 71 85 80 85 97 57 87 Service Games Won Year Player Serve Games Won Total Matches 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 200 Andy Roddick Ivo Karlovic Andy Roddick Ivo Karlovic Roger Federer Andy Roddick Roger Federer Andy Roddick Wayne Arthurs Andy Roddick 91 92 91 94 90 93 92 91 90 90 66 43 62 64 95 69 74 89 47 55 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 Pete Sampras Pete Sampras Pete Sampras Greg Rusedski Pete Sampras Pete Sampras Pete Sampras Pete Sampras Goran Ivanisevic Michael Stich 91 90 89 91 91 89 88 90 89 87 53 50 79 71 76 81 81 94 72 87 .

Pct. Total Matches Break Points Converted Year Player Total Matches 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 Rafael Nadal Rafael Nada Rafael Nadal David Ferrer David Ferrer Rafael Nadal David Nalbandian Nicolas Massu Gaston Gaudio Juan Carlos Ferrero Byron Black Andre Agassi Andre Agassi Alberto Berasategui Thomas Muster Andre Agassi Andre Agassi Andre Agassi Andre Agassi Sergi Bruguera 55 57 55 57 56 57 57 61 55 55 55 57 57 59 58 60 59 60 58 56 Return Games Won Pct. 52 75 90 82 95 87 74 62 75 66 77 54 59 71 52 49 59 35 52 64 Points Won Returning 2nd Serve Year Player 2nd Serve Return Pts. Con.ATP MATCHFACTS YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS Break Points Saved Year Player Break Points Saved Total Matches Points Won Returning 1st Serve Year Player 1st Serve Return Pts. 81 76 90 82 64 87 47 56 56 76 49 77 86 66 85 80 64 43 49 71 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 Juan Carlos Ferrero Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic David Ferrer Jarkko Nieminen Nicolas Kiefer Filippo Volandri Vincent Spadea Jiri Novak Felix Mantilla Lleyton Hewitt Gustavo Kuerten Paul Haarhuis Carlos Moya Jiri Novak Thomas Muster Sergi Bruguera Jordi Burillo Franco Davin Guillermo Perez-Roldan 46 47 47 48 48 47 53 50 47 49 46 50 48 46 49 49 48 49 48 50 47 76 79 82 76 54 50 59 76 46 71 75 41 82 53 99 85 35 36 42 Return Games Won Year Player Total Matches 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal Rafael Nadal David Ferrer Nikolay Davydenko Rafael Nadal Filippo Volandri Guillermo Coria Lleyton Hewitt Lleyton Hewitt 32 34 33 36 35 38 37 39 33 33 72 76 90 82 94 87 50 76 75 90 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 Karol Kucera Andre Agassi Karol Kucera Felix Mantilla Michael Chang Thomas Muster Alberto Berasategtui Andre Agassi Michael Chang Guillermo Perez-Roldan 32 34 34 33 35 36 37 37 37 38 47 77 82 74 82 99 89 43 74 42 201 . Total Matches 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 Rafael Nadal Fernando Gonzalez Andy Roddick Ivo Karlovic Roger Federer Andy Roddick Joachim Johansson Andy Roddick Wayne Arthurs Andy Roddick Pete Sampras Andre Agassi Jan Siemerink Goran Ivanisevic Pete Sampras Pete Sampras Richard Krajicek Pete Sampras Jacco Eltingh Michael Stich 69 71 68 75 70 72 73 69 73 72 73 70 70 71 72 71 73 69 69 68 81 55 62 64 95 69 55 89 47 55 53 77 66 71 76 81 45 94 40 87 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 Juan Ignacio Chela Andy Murray Rafael Nadal David Ferrer Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Roger Federer Juan Ignacio Chela Lleyton Hewitt Guillermo Canas Tim Henman Fernando Vicente Magnus Gustafsson Alex Corretja Magnus Gustafsson Bohdan Ulihrach Slava Dosedel Jordi Burillo Renzo Furlan Magnus Gustafsson 35 35 34 35 35 37 35 43 35 34 34 34 34 34 34 36 38 36 36 38 Break Pts.

Ernests Hewitt. Player Nadal. 48 Dolgopolov. 76 Mello. 81 Marchenko) 1 1 1 1 2 KAZAKHSTAN (36 Golubev. Marcos Bellucci. 45 Chardy. 95 Hajek) 2 3 3 3 3 SERBIA (3 Djokovic. 25 Montanes. Thomaz Davydenko. 73 Karlovic. Rafael Federer. Andy Roddick. Mikhail Baghdatis. Mayer. Sergiy Verdasco. Mardy Llodra. 53 Becker. Lleyton Isner. 17 Ljubicic. 91 Volandri) 0 0 2 2 3 BRAZIL (31 Bellucci. 77 Ramirez Hidalgo) 13 15 14 12 11 FRANCE (12 Monfils. Andrey Gulbis. David Fish. 99 Russell) 3 4 5 4 4 CROATIA (14 Cilic. Jurgen Monfils. 88 Dodig) 5 5 4 5 4 ITALY (47 Starace. there were 36 different winners from 17 different countries. Robin Stakhovsky. 7 Ferrer. 62 Stepanek. Guill. 79 Andreev. Ivan Lopez. 55 Fognini. Nicolas Chela. 84 Schuettler. 59 Kukushkin) 0 0 0 1 2 NETHERLANDS (43 de Bakker. John Kukushkin. 49 Tipsarevic) 0 0 1 1 3 UKRAINE (46 Stakhovsky. Gilles Troicki. 19 Isner. 71 Andujar. Sam Ferrero. 38 Chela. 72 Riba. 94 L. Mayer) 6 5 7 4 5 RUSSIA (10 Youzhny. 16 Fish. David Simon. 58 Berrer. Lopez. Mikhail Ljubicic. 22 Davydenko. Roger Querrey. 86 Przysiezny) 2 2 2 3 2 SWITZERLAND (2 Federer. 66 Berlocq. 13 Tsonga. 30 Gasquet. 33 Garcia-Lopez. 78 Clement. 32 F. Marin Djokovic. Juan Ignacio Cilic. 65 Haase) 0 0 0 0 2 POLAND (70 Kubot. 80 Gabashvili. 50 Robredo. 96 Daniel) 6 3 4 2 3 CZECH REPUBLIC (6 Berdych. Novak Ferrer. 37 F. 27 Nalbandian. 29 Ferrero. Fernando Youzhny. 56 Gimeno-Traver. 21 Wawrinka) 1 2 2 2 1 AUSTRALIA (54 Hewitt) 2 3 1 2 1 AUSTRIA (11 Melzer) 4 3 3 3 1 BELGIUM (60 Malisse) 2 3 2 1 1 CHILE (68 Gonzalez) 0 0 1 1 1 CHINESE TAIPEI (35 Lu) 0 1 0 1 1 COLOMBIA (64 Giraldo) 1 1 1 1 1 CYPRUS (20 Baghdatis) 1 1 1 1 1 FINLAND (39 Nieminen) 2 1 1 1 1 GREAT BRITAIN (4 Murray) 0 1 1 1 1 ISRAEL (75 Sela) 0 0 1 0 1 JAPAN (98 Nishikori) 0 1 1 1 1 LATVIA (24 Gulbis) 0 0 0 0 1 LITHUANIA (87 Berankis) 0 0 0 1 1 PORTUGAL (93 Machado) 0 2 1 1 1 ROMANIA (51 Hanescu) 1 0 0 1 1 SLOVAKIA (89 Lacko) 0 0 0 0 1 SOUTH AFRICA (61 Anderson) 3 3 1 1 1 SWEDEN (5 Soderling) 0 0 0 0 1 TURKEY (90 Ilhan) 0 0 0 0 1 URUGUAY (63 Cuevas) 0 0 0 0 1 UZBEKISTAN (40 Istomin) 202 In the 65 tournaments in 2010. 92 Brown) 9 11 9 9 7 ARGENTINA (26 Monaco. 83 Mannarino. Feliciano Melzer. Gasquet. Stanislas Total (36 players) Total 7 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 65 Clay Grass Hard 4 1 2 5 1 1 2 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 21 6 38 . 44 Benneteau. Juan Carlos Almagro. 82 Zverev. Gael Nalbandian. Viktor Wawrinka. Nikolay Djokovic. 9 Verdasco. Richard Golubev. 100 Kunitsyn) 8 8 9 10 5 UNITED STATES (8 Roddick. 74 Schwank. 23 Llodra. 15 Almagro. Rafael Nadal led all players with seven titles. Michael Montanes. 57 Petzschner. 52 Seppi.ATP WORLD TOUR FACTS AND FIGURES ATP WORLD TOUR FACTS AND FIGURES Top 100 South African Airways ATP Rankings by Country (37) 2010 Winners by Surface '06 '07 '08 '09 '10 12 12 14 12 14 SPAIN (1 Nadal. Albert Murray. Novak Garcia-Lopez. 41 Simon. 42 Granollers. 18 Querrey. 67 Kamke. 28 Troicki. 69 Serra. 85 Dabul. 97 Mathieu) 7 6 6 10 9 GERMANY (34 Kohlschreiber. Andy Soderling.

ATP WORLD TOUR FACTS AND FIGURES Winners/Finalists By Seed Seedings of the 65 winners/finalists in 2010: Seeds 2010 W-L No. Troicki Chela-2. John Isner (USA) David Ferrer d. 1 11-9 No. Monfils. 9-16 1-5 Nos. 5 3-4 No. David Ferrer (ESP) Michael Llodra d. Nalbandian Soderling-2 Murray-2 Golubev. 1 vs. Marcel Granollers (ESP) A Look at the Top 10 The Top 10 in the South African Airways 2010 ATP Rankings won 26 of 65 titles: Rank Tourn. Verdasco-2. Roddick-2. Pld. Lopez Querrey-4. Isner Federer-5. 3 9-8 No. Garcia-Lopez. Montanes-2.Ivan Ljubicic (31) d. 2 12-9 No. Andreas Haider-Maurer (AUT) David Ferrer d.COM 203 .Marin Cilic (21) d. four in 2005. 8 4-5 Nos. 1 Nadal 17 2 Federer 18 3 Djokovic 19 4 Murray 19 5 Soderling 23 6 Berdych 24 7 Ferrer 23 8 Roddick 18 9 Verdasco 23 10 Youzhny 21 W 7 5 2 2 2 0 2 2 2 2 F 2 4 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 3 SF 4 4 5 1 3 2 6 3 1 1 QF Early Losses* 3 0 2 1 5 1 5 4 6 4 7 5 0 4 4 2 4 8 3 11 Match W-L** 71-10 65-13 61-18 46-18 57-22 45-26 60-24 48-18 43-22 43-19 Singles Titles(17)/Finals by Country(26) Including Grand Slams 2010 Country (‘09 W-L) W-L ESP (13-8) 20-11 USA (5-11) SUI (4-3) FRA (6-7) CRO (3-3) RUS (7-4) SRB (5-7) ARG (4-7) SWE (1-1) GBR (6-1) KAZ (0-0) UKR (1-0) AUT (1-0) CYP (1-0) AUS (1-1) BRA (1-1) LAT (0-0) CZE (3-1) GER (2-2) BEL (0-1) FIN (0-1) ITA (0-0) POL (0-1) POR (0-0) ROM (0-1) UZB (0-0) 9-8 6-5 5-8 3-3 3-3 3-3 3-1 2-3 2-2 2-1 2-0 1-2 1-2 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-3 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 * Lost in first round or opening round match ** Includes Davis Cup Bagels of the Year (0) There were no singles double bagels in 2010. Julien Benneteau (FRA) Sam Querrey d. John Isner (USA) Jurgen Melzer d. five in 2006. Potito Starace (29) Brisbane . 6 2-3 No. two in 2007. Mardy Fish (USA) Mardy Fish d. Ferrero-3. Gasquet. 4 9-3 No. Andy Roddick (27) All Countrymen Finals (11) Tournament Buenos Aires Marseille Memphis Acapulco Monte-Carlo Rome Belgrade Queen’s Atlanta Vienna Valencia Players (Country) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. 17-32 1-0 Unseeded 12-15 No. Ferrer-2.Juan Carlos Ferrero (30) d. 7 1-4 No.Sam Querrey (22) d. 2 2-6 (2009) W-L (18-7) (15-5) (7-7) (6-9) (2-6) (3-6) (2-1) (1-2) (0-2) (0-1) (11-19) (3-4) (2008) W-L (15-12) (16-8) (6-6) (5-7) (2-3) (3-3) (4-2) (1-4) (2-1) (0-0) (12-20) (6-6) (2007) (2006) W-L W-L (17-9) (22-8) (15-4) (8-3) (10-7) (8-5) (3-3) (4-3) (3-2) (3-8) (3-3) (4-5) (1-1) (3-4) (1-4) (3-4) (1-5) (3-6) (0-0) (0-1) (12-28) (10-20) (2-4) (3-5) Youngest Finals Los Angeles . Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP) Rafael Nadal d. none in 2008. one in 2004. Fish-2. three in 2002) Winners by Age 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 3 7 8 12 3 3 5 8 9 5 2 Winners Nadal-7. Almagro-2. John Isner (USA) Sam Querrey d.Andy Roddick (27) d. Fernando Verdasco (ESP) Rafael Nadal d. Andy Murray (23) Chennai . There were: five double bagels in 2009. Kukushkin Stakhovsky-2 Melzer Baghdatis Hewitt Bellucci Gulbis ATPWORLDTOUR. two in 2003. David Ferrer (ESP) Sam Querrey d. Stanislas Wawrinka (24) Oldest Finals Umag . Radek Stepanek (31) Indian Wells . F. Wawrinka Llodra-2. Simon Cilic-2. Davydenko Djokovic-2. Ljubicic Youzhny-2.

Beck ‘s-Hertogenbosch B. Buenos Aires 31 yrs. – Roland Garros.C. 1992 Oct. J. 1993 Tourn. 1992 July 19. Ferreira L. 1991 May 19. 2008 July 22. Kulti d. A.Henman Coral Springs A.. – Australian Open. 1990 Guaruja Stuttgart Tel Aviv Manchester Umag Florence C. Sluiter Vienna P. Darcis d. 2001 May 7. 22.Grosjean Doha R. – Rome 5 2nd Rd. Carretero d. Blake Amersfoort S. Tobon Bordeaux Y. Mathieu d. D. van Rensburg G. Gasquet Casablanca S. Stark d. Y. 1995 July 30. R. 2004 May 23. Zeballos Gstaad T. Goellner d. Medvedev d. Becker d. Kafelnikov Hamburg R. Cherkasov Nice M. 17. 17. Lapentti d. G. – Australian Open 4 QF – Moscow 4 1st Rd.I. 27 days 31 yrs. A. Cañas d. Gonzalez d.C. J. Best Finish 9 3rd Rd. 1999 May 10. Koubek d. Eschauer Valencia N. 204 . Bucharest Ivan Ljubicic. Monfils Casablanca G.. 6.. Ferrero Moscow P. 2004 Jan. 12. S. Chang Halle N. C. 7 months 30 yrs. 21 Yrs.K. Larsson d. T. 12. 2009 June 20. Dewulf d. 15. H. – Casablanca. 21 Yrs. Houston Juan Carlos Ferrero. D. 1. 1996 June 23. – Dubai. Duncan Wild Cards in Finals (3-2 in 2010. Muster Bogota N. Ferrero Casablanca G. J. Stakhovsky d. Doumbia d. Schuettler d.Schalken Hamburg A. Player St. 2001 Apr.ATP WORLD TOUR FACTS AND FIGURES Qualifying Leaders in 2010 Player Kevin Anderson Marsel Illhan Illya Marchenko Pablo Andujar Ivan Dodig Santiago Giraldo Jarkko Nieminen Ryan Sweeting Benjamin Becker Simone Bolelli Somdev Devvarman Robert Kendrick Stefan Koubek Igor Kunitsyn Nick Lindahl Grega Zemlja 24 with No. Costa do Sauipe Juan Carlos Ferrero. Sampras D. 2-6 in 2007. 1998 Oct. R. Paris 5 3rd Rd. 12. 2000 Feb 27. 2006 Oct. Petersburg S. Hlasek Amsterdam M. J. 1999 Jan 10. Hrbaty Sydney H. 2 days 30 yrs. 6. Indian Wells Juan Ignacio Chela. Los Angeles 4 1st Rd... R. T. J. Ilie d. Nishikori d. 9 days 21-Under Winners (3) Player Marin Cilic Marin Cilic Ernests Gulbis Tournament Chennai Zagreb Delray Beach Age 21 Yrs. J.Washington 4 2nd Rd. Chela d. M. 2003 Oct. Simon Metz J. Petersburg Qualifying Winners (since 1990) Final Nov. 2008 Feb. 2002 May 20. Simon d. Siemerink Bologna J. – Doha. Sanguinetti Singapore J. Vienna 3 Nov. Corretja A.T. 1. 1996 Oct. 6 Mos. 1993 April 18. 1991 June 17. I.. Burillo d. 17. Lavalle d. Petzschner d. Lee d. M. Federer Orlando F. – Four times 4 2nd Rd. 0-3 in 2008. Lendl Repeat Winners (11) Player Marin Cilic Marin Cilic Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal Rafael Nadal Albert Montanes Sam Querrey Andy Murray Roger Federer Novak Djokovic Jurgen Melzer Tournament Chennai Zagreb Dubai Monte-Carlo (five-peat) Rome Estoril Los Angeles Toronto (Montreal) Cincinnati Beijing Vienna Over-30 Winners (7) Juan Ignacio Chela.Massu Mexico City J. Eastbourne Juan Carlos Ferrero.Barcelona 4 2nd Rd. 2000 May 2. N. 1 month 30 yrs. P. Ivanisevic d. 4 Mos. Miami 5 Runner-up – Bucharest 5 QF – Stockholm 5 3rd Rd.. 2008 May 24. A. . Rios d. – Toronto 6 2nd Rd. T. G. – Four times 4 3rd Rd. 2009 Aug. Miami. 2 days 30 yrs. Wimbledon 6 2nd Rd. 17. 1996 May 12. Robredo Rotterdam N. 3 Mos.. Basel. 5 months 30 yrs. 2. L. . 1995 Sept. J. 1991 June 23. W. 2001 Feb. Ventura d. 25. Benneteau Delray Beach K. Haehnel d.Puerta Atlanta S. Umag Michael Llodra. 2009 Oct. Escude d. M.H. 1995 May 23.. W. Almagro d. 2007 Apr. 1995 Sept. Bellucci d. Sanchez M. – Rotterdam. S. Poliakov d. Corretja Vienna F. Arriens d. 5-0 in 2006) Player Robin Soderling Andy Murray Fernando Verdasco Mardy Fish David Nalbandian Tournament Rotterdam Los Angeles Barcelona Cincinnati Washington Result WON RUP WON RUP WON First-Time ATP Winners (5) Player John Isner (USA) Ernests Gulbis (LAT) Andrey Golubev (KAZ) Viktor Troicki (SRB) Mikhail Kukushkin (KAZ) Age 24 21 23 24 22 Tournament Auckland Delray Beach Hamburg Moscow St. Washington. Portas d. Paris 4 3rd Rd. A. 3-5 in 2009.. 16.

’09-Jan. 26 Oct. Davydenko Doha J. Murray V. Tipsarevic A.00 235. Troicki Rd MP Saved Final 2 Final 1 Final 1 SF 1 Final 1 SF 2 Top 10 Doubles Breakdown Here is a look at the top 10 doubles teams: Career 5-Set Match-Win Leaders Active players only Player Lleyton Hewitt Nicolas Lapentti Juan Carlos Ferrero Tommy Haas Roger Federer David Nalbandian Jarkko Nieminen Fernando Gonzalez Rafael Nadal Stanislas Wawrinka W 30 29 21 20 17 16 15 15 14 14 L 15 16 17 17 14 11 8 14 3 9 % 667 .0 2004 Paris 7T F. Querrey Belgrade S.00 249. Monfils (FRA) 146. Karlovic (CRO) 147. Vemic (SRB) 146.00 236.652 .00 231. Clement J.644 .00 231. 8-Feb.541 . Isner (USA) 144. Nadal Tokyo Opponent R.548 .609 Tourn.ATP WORLD TOUR FACTS AND FIGURES Winning Titles Without Losing a Set (8) Player Ernests Gulbis Rafael Nadal Rafael Nadal Sergiy Stakhovsky Andrey Golubev Juan Ignacio Chela Novak Djokovic Andy Murray # Won four matches Sets Won 10 10 21 10 12 8# 8# 10 Tournament Delray Beach Monte-Carlo Roland Garros ‘s-Hertogenbosch Hamburg Bucharest Beijing Shanghai Singles & Doubles Finalists in same Tournament (Three Double Winners in 2010) • Lukasz Kubot reached the singles and doubles finals in Costa do Sauipe (w/Marach) • John Isner reached the singles final and won doubles title in Memphis (w/Querrey) • Sam Querrey captured the singles and doubles titles in Memphis (w/Isner) • Michael Llodra captured the singles and doubles titles in Marseille (w/Benneteau) • Julien Benneteau reached the singles final and won doubles title in Marseille (w/Llodra) • Juan Ignacio Chela captured the singles and doubles titles in Bucharest (w/Kubot) • Viktor Troicki captured singles title and lost in the doubles final in Moscow (w/Tipsarevic) Match Points Saved Title Winners (5) Player Tournament N. Tsonga (FRA) 144. 28 Nov. Roddick (USA) 155.6 2006 Las Vegas 4T G. 20-Nov. Fish (USA) 144. Dent (USA) 149.20 232.0 2008 Los Angeles 6 I.517 .00 235. 5 # Includes four matches in ’09 (Barclays ATP World Tour Finals) Singles Century Club Players who have moved at least 100 places from 2009 into the 2010 Top 100 South African Airways ATP Rankings: Player Robin Haase (NED) Kei Nishikori (JPN) Richard Berankis (LTU) Carlos Berlocq (ARG) Tobias Kamke (GER) Filippo Volandri (ITA) Kevin Anderson (RSA) Places Moved 386 322 237 189 187 127 101 Year-End ’10 ’09 65 451 98 420 87 324 66 255 67 254 91 218 61 162 ATPWORLDTOUR. Isner J.0 2007 Washington 4T D.4 2004 Davis Cup SF vs. Early Match Rank Played W F SF QFLosses* W-L 1 Bryan-Bryan 24 11 0 3 6 2 67-13 2 Nestor-Zimonjic 25 7 4 2 4 5 56-16 3 Bhupathi-Mirnyi 19 1 5 2 3 4 31-19 4 Fyrstenberg-Matkowski 29 1 4 3 7 11 38-28 5 Dlouhy-Paes 18 1 5 2 3 4 26-19 6 Kubot-Marach 24 2 1 4 6 8 33-23 7 Moodie-Norman 21 0 0 8 6 5 32-22 8 Bopanna-Qureshi 20 1 5 2 6 4 36-19 9 Cermak-Mertinak 27 1 2 5 7 8 32-25 10 Melzer-Petzschner 13 2 0 1 2 6 17-12 * Lost in first round or opening round match Fastest Serves Recorded (since 1990) Rank Name MPH KPH Tournament 1 A. Verdasco (ESP) 144.824 . Ljubicic (CRO) 145.553 .0 2009 Roland Garros 9T M.7 2010 US Open (Continued on next page) Longest Winning Streaks Player Rafael Nadal Juan Carlos Ferrero Nikolay Davydenko Roger Federer Mardy Fish Matches 24 14 13 # 12 11 Duration April 12-June 11 Feb.593 . Nadal A.00 233. Belarus 2 T.COM 205 .0 2006 Rotterdam 3 I.20 232.4 2007 Indian Wells 7T J.80 241. 13 July 6-Aug. 25. Querrey Los Angeles Los Angeles R.7 2007 Indian Wells 9T J. Isner Auckland S.

to Simon).500) (. • No.769) when capturing the first set compared to 52 of 64 times (.. M. the last coming in Cincinnati 2nd RD (Mardy Fish d. Isner 206 Miscellaneous Statistics from 2010 • The longest singles tie-break on the ATP circuit was: Michael Berrer d. Vliegen CHI 2000 Orlando F. Lefty winners: Nadal-7. Andy Murray • Top eight seeds/ranked players in quarterfinals: 2009 Montreal • All Countrymen ATP Final: ARG 2008 Buenos Aires D. J. Marat Safin.ATP WORLD TOUR FACTS AND FIGURES 2010 Doubles Titles Leaders Player Bob Bryan Mike Bryan Daniel Nestor Nenad Zimonjic Horia Tecau Robert Lindstedt Lukasz Kubot Marc Lopez Oliver Marach Jurgen Melzer Nine players with No.278) The Last Time.650) (. Melzer d.800) (.625) (. N. Massu CRO 2009 Zagreb M. Paris SF. N. Tomas Berdych (19) • An all-left-handed final: 2010 Monte-Carlo – Rafael Nadal d. Enqvist USA 2010 Atlanta M. Kunitsyn d. Philippoussis AUT 2010 Vienna J..850) (. Gonzalez d. Allegro-Federer d. No.813) in 2009 and 55 of 65 times (. Granollers FRA 2010 Marseille M. Arnaud Clement 76 (18-16) 46 64. Fernando Verdasco) • There were two matches with all three sets going to tiebreaks. 117). 2. K. Rafael Nadal. M. right-handers). and Xavier Malisse d. Norman d.636) (. Robert Kendrick-Jurgen Melzer (doubles) • A Monday final was held: 2010 Beijing (Oct. Melzer-1 • Players attempting to capture their first ATP title were: 5-12 in finals (5-13 in 2009. Zeballos) • A qualifier reached a final: 2010 Metz – Mischa Zverev (l. Bellucci-Melo 76(5) 46 [10-0]. to Chela) • A lucky loser won a title: 2009 Newport – Rajeev Ram (d. 2010 Washington • Singles and doubles wild cards won titles: 2006 Newport – Mark Philippoussis (singles).Rochus d. Safin SUI 2000 Marseille M. J.462) (.523) (. Haarhuis RUS 2008 Moscow I. Querrey) • A lucky loser reached a final: 2010 Valencia – Marcel Granollers (l. Ancic ESP 2010 Valencia D. order) Team Bopanna-Qureshi Isner-Querrey Dlouhy-Paes Nestor-Zimonjic Bryan-Bryan Bhupathi-Mirnyi Melzer-Petzschner Cermak-Mertinak Lindstedt-Tecau Fyrstenberg-Matkowski Moodie-Norman Aspelin-Hanley Kubot-Marach Knowle-A. Benneteau GER 2004 Los Angeles T. Bellucci-1. Llodra d. 11 11 7 7 5 4 3 3 3 3 2 • A player defeated the same opponent in singles and doubles finals: 2005 Halle – Roger Federer d. Kiefer ITA 1988 Florence M. Acasuso AUS 2003 Scottsdale L. 2010 Bucharest – Pablo Andujar (l. Gael Monfils. 2 Roger Federer d. Gael Monfils d. Peter Wessels • A qualifier won a title: 2009 St. 6-9 in 2007. C. J. 11) – Novak Djokovic d. 2008 Halle (49 games) • Three qualifiers reached the quarterfinals: 2007 Bucharest – Hugo Armando. 11-11 in 2008) . Haas d. of Paris. 7-6 in 2006. 1 and 2 seed reached a final: 2010 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Petersburg – Sergiy Stakhovsky (d. M. Yuri Schukin (also in ‘s-Hertogenbosch) • Two qualifiers reached the semifinals: 2007 ‘s-Hertogenbosch – Antony Dupuis. Fernando Verdasco • A player outside Top 100 won a title: David Nalbandian (No.571) (.667) (.844) in 2008 • Left-handers were: 14-8 in finals (vs. M. Verdasco-2. Rosset d. Hewitt d. London – No. 1st RD of Rotterdam • The longest Match Tie-Break in doubles was: CermakMertinak d. R. to Nadal) • Two 30-year-olds played in a final: 2007 Umag – Carlos Moya (30) d. 11-7 in 2008. Ram Melo-Soares W-L 17-3 12-3 6-3 13-7 9-5 7-4 5-3 10-7 4-3 11-10 6-6 7-7 6-7 3-7 5-13 % (.500) (.588) (. 4. to Ferrer) • A special exempt reached a final: 2005 Barcelona – Juan Carlos Ferrero (l. Cuevas-Schwank 63 36 22-20. Novak Djokovic. Nalbandian d. 1st RD of Hamburg • The only match Tie-Break bagel was: Isner-Querrey d. 3. David Ferrer Doubles Match Tie-Break Leaders (Top 15 ranked teams by pct. J. Andrei Pavel (33) • Two teenagers played in a final: 2005 Båstad – Rafael Nadal (19) d. 2010 Washington • A wild card won a title: David Nalbandian. T. Narducci d. Haider-Maurer BEL 2006 Munich O. P. John Isner. Federer SWE 2000 Long Island M. Lopez-1.Fish d. A. 1 Rafael Nadal (8 times total in 2010) • Top four seeds in semifinals: 2010 Toronto – 1. Roger Federer. Llodra-2. 8-13 in 2009. Ferrer d. Johansson-Safin • A player won won an ATP title without dropping serve: Roger Federer. Houston 2nd RD • The winner in ATP singles finals won 50 of 65 times (. Roger Federer.643) (.300) (. Krajicek d. • There were 12 two tie-break matches without a break of serve. 1st Rd. Cilic d. Panatta NED 1995 Rotterdam R.

Nicolas Mahut. 9 Mos. Chennai 31 Years. 117– David Nalbandian. Wimbledon 11:05 – John Isner d.998 – Rafael Nadal (2010) 16 Years. Cilic. 1st RD. Chela – Bucharest No. Vilas (1977) 16 – G.998 – Rafael Nadal 21 Years. 1st RD.ATP WORLD TOUR FACTS AND FIGURES Open Era Bests (1968-2010) Category Match Wins Streak Singles Titles Won Doubles Titles Won Doubles Team Titles Won Match Winning Pct.COM 207 . Adelaide (1998) 183 – John Isner d. Tel Aviv (1983) 43 Years. Wimbledon 70-68 – John Isner d.June 11) 7 – Rafael Nadal 11 – Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 11 – Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan . Nicolas Mahut. Krickstein. 550 – Lleyton Hewitt. 1st RD. Gonzalez. 1st RD. 3 Months – M. 1st RD. Wimbledon WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONS Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 Junior Champion Juan Sebastian Gomez (COL) Daniel Berta (SWE) Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE) Ricardas Berankis (LTU) Thiemo de Bakker (NED) Donald Young (USA) Gael Monfils (FRA) Marcos Baghdatis (CYP) Richard Gasquet (FRA) Gilles Muller (LUX) Andy Roddick (USA) Kristian Pless (DEN) Roger Federer (SUI) Arnaud Di Pasquale (FRA) Sebastien Grosjean (FRA) Mariano Zabaleta (ARG) Federico Browne (ARG) 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 Marcelo Rios (CHI) Brian Dunn (USA) Thomas Enqvist (SWE) Andrea Gaudenzi (ITA) Nicklas Kulti (SWE) Nicolas Pereira (VEN) Jason Stoltenberg (AUS) Javier Sanchez (ESP) Claudio Pistolesi (ITA) Mark Kratzmann (AUS) Stefan Edberg (SWE) Guy Forget (FRA) Pat Cash (AUS) Thierry Tulasne (FRA) Raul Viver (ECU) Ivan Lendl (TCH) ATPWORLDTOUR.965 (82-3) – John McEnroe (1984) $10. Wimbledon 11:05 – John Isner d.171. Nicolas Mahut. Nicolas Mahut. Washington 183 – John Isner d. 1st RD. 2 Months – A. Nicolas Mahut.– P. 27 Days – J. I. Prize Money Youngest Winner Oldest Winner Lowest-Ranked Winner Longest Singles Match (Games) Longest Singles Match (Time) Longest Singles Set All-Time Record (Year) 46 – G.877 (71-10) – Rafael Nadal $10.171. Nicolas Mahut. Des Moines (1972) No. Wimbledon 70-68 – John Isner d. Vilas (1977) 17 – John McEnroe (1979) 15 – Peter Fleming-John McEnroe (1979) . Wimbledon Best In 2010 24 – Rafael Nadal (April 12 .

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com Stan & Margie Smith Fans’ Favorite (Singles) Alan King 2003-10 Roger Federer John McEnroe 2001-02 Marat Safin 2000 Gustavo Kuerten Ron Bookman Media Excellence Award ATPWorldTour.com (renamed in 1990) Fans’ Favorite (Doubles) 2010 To be announced 2005-10 Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 2009 Vincenzo Martucci 2008 Alan Trengove 2007 Bud Collins Rohan Bopanna & Aisam Ul-Haq Qureshi MaliVai Washington James Blake Ivan Ljubicic Roger Federer Carlos Moya Andy Roddick Gustavo Kuerten 209 .ATP WORLD TOUR AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year 2010 Rafael Nadal 2009 Roger Federer 2008 Rafael Nadal 2004-07 Roger Federer 2003 Andy Roddick 2001-02 Lleyton Hewitt 2000 Gustavo Kuerten 1999 Andre Agassi 1993-98 Pete Sampras 1992 Jim Courier 1990-91 Stefan Edberg 1989 Boris Becker 1988 Mats Wilander 1985-87 Ivan Lendl 1983-84 John McEnroe 1982 Jimmy Connors 1981 John McEnroe 1976-80 Bjorn Borg 1975 Arthur Ashe Doubles Team of the Year 2009-10 Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 2008 Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjic 2005-07 Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 2004 Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor 2003 Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 2002 Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor 2001 Jonas Bjorkman-Todd Woodbridge 2000 Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde 1999 Mahesh Bhupathi-Leander Paes 1998 Jacco Eltingh-Paul Haarhuis 1995-97 Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde 1994 Jacco Eltingh-Paul Haarhuis 1993 Grant Connell-Patrick Galbraith 1992 Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde 1991 John Fitzgerald-Anders Jarryd 1990 Pieter Aldrich-Danie Visser 1988-89 Rick Leach-Jim Pugh 1987 Stefan Edberg-Anders Jarryd 1986 Hans Gildemeister-Andres Gomez 1985 Ken Flach-Robert Seguso 1983-84 Peter Fleming-John McEnroe 1982 Sherwood Stewart-Ferdi Taygan 1981 Peter Fleming-John McEnroe 1980 Bob Lutz-Stan Smith 1979 Peter Fleming-John McEnroe 1977-78 Bob Hewitt-Frew McMillan 1975-76 Brian Gottfried-Raul Ramirez Most Improved Player 2010 Andrey Golubev 2009 John Isner 2008 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 2006-07 Novak Djokovic 2005 Rafael Nadal 2004 Joachim Johansson 2003 Rainer Schuettler 2002 Paradorn Srichaphan 2001 Goran Ivanisevic 2000 Marat Safin 1999 Nicolas Lapentti 1998 Andre Agassi 1997 Patrick Rafter 1996 Tim Henman 1995 Thomas Enqvist 1994 Yevgeny Kafelnikov 1993 Todd Martin 1992 Henrik Holm 1991 Jim Courier 1990 Pete Sampras 1989 Michael Chang 1988 Andre Agassi 1987 Peter Lundgren 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 Mikael Pernfors Boris Becker Not given Jimmy Arias Peter McNamara Ivan Lendl Not given Victor Pecci John McEnroe Brian Gottfried Wojtek Fibak Vitas Gerulaitis Guillermo Vilas Vijay Amritraj 1980 1979 1978 1977 Jaime Fillol Stan Smith Not given Arthur Ashe Comeback Player of the Year 2010 Robin Haase 2009 Marco Chiudinelli 2008 Rainer Schuettler 2007 Igor Andreev 2006 Mardy Fish 2005 James Blake 2004 Tommy Haas 2003 Mark Phillipoussis 2002 Richard Krajicek 2001 Guillermo Canas 2000 Sergi Bruguera 1999 Chris Woodruff 1998 Younes El Aynaoui 1997 Sergi Bruguera 1996 Stephane Simian 1995 Derrick Rostagno 1994 Guy Forget 1993 Mikael 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1996) 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1987-89 1986 1985 1984 John Barrett Neil Harman The Tennis Channel John Parsons Pedro Hernandez Christopher Clarey Iain Carter L’Equipe Gerd Szepanski John Parsons Brett Haber Gianni Ciaccia European Tennis Press Rino Tommasi Dan Maskell Russ Adams Philippe Bouin Not given Richard Evans Robert Briner Russ Adams ATP World Tour 1000 Tournament of the Year 2010 To be announced 2009 Shanghai 2008 Miami 2007 Monte-Carlo 2002-06 Miami 2001 Monte-Carlo ATP World Tour 500 Tournament of the Year 2010 To be announced 2008-09 Dubai 2007 Acapulco 2003-06 Dubai 2002 Kitzbühel 2001 Indianapolis 1998-00 Miami 1988-97 Indianapolis 1987 Stratton Mountain 1986 Cincinnati 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1988-89 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 2010 2004-09 2002-03 1999-01 1998 1997 1996 1995 1993-94 1992 1991 1988-90 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 Rafael Nadal Roger Federer Paradorn Srichaphan Patrick Rafter Alex Corretja Patrick Rafter Alex Corretja Stefan Edberg Todd Martin Stefan Edberg John Fitzgerald Stefan Edberg Miloslav Mecir Yannick Noah Mats Wilander Brian Gottfried Jose Higueras Steve Denton Jose-Luis Clerc ATP World Tour 250 Tournament of the Year 2010 To be announced Amir Hadad/Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi 2005-09 Båstad Andre Agassi 2003-04 Båstad/Houston Richard Krajicek 2002 Båstad Mac Winker 2001 Shanghai Patrick Rafter 2000 Halle Nelson Mandela 1999 Lyon/Scottsdale Paul Flory 1998 Dubai Andre Agassi 1997 Kitzbühel Paul McNamee 1996 Gstaad Orville Brown 1995 Tel Aviv Arthur Ashe 1994 Sun City John O'Shea 1992-93 Scottsdale Marie-Claire Noah 1991 Gstaad Not given 1990 Memphis Rob Finkelstein 1986-89 Stuttgart Kay McEnroe ATPWorldTour.

The final set alone lasted eight hours and 11 minutes. 210 . Wimbledon. at two-sets all. 11 minutes: Isner hits 85 aces to Mahut’s 77 and there are 711 points played with Mahut holding a 365-346 advantage. two at 33-32 and one at 59-58. At 3:42 p. 2010. Isner had missed four match points in the fifth set – one at 10-9. An initial 782 spectators on Court 18. 148 Nicolas Mahut of France contested the longest-ever match in tennis history.m. 3-6.m. on Wednesday at the start of the fifth set and was suspended again due to bad light at 59-all at 9:10 p.ONE FOR THE RECORD BOOKS JOHN ISNER VS. on Thursday. Aces Isner 113 Mahut 103 DFs 10 21 1st Serve Pct.m. The last break of serve had been in the second game of the second set when Isner was broken at 0-1. a crowd — six-deep around the court — witnessed the final phase of the record 183-game encounter. the most ever hit in a match.. Play resumed at 2:07 p. organizers of The Championships presented each player with a crystal bowl and six crystal champagne flutes to mark their historic match. until the final game. 23 seed John Isner of the United States. “We want more!” The score board was stuck at 47-47 but later was fixed for third day of play. Saved 2 of 3 12 of 14 Service Games Won 89 of 90 89 of 91 Total Winners 246 244 Total Pts. Nicolas Mahut and chair umpire Mohamed Lahyani stand in front of the Court 18 scoreboard after the historic three day battle. were treated to a first-round serve-volley dual — overseen by Swedish chair umpire Mohamed Lahyani — that began at 6:08 p. and World No. became the focus of the sporting world as No. NICOLAS MAHUT Over the course of 11 hours and five minutes on June 22-23-24. on Tuesday and was suspended overnight at 9:03 p. nestled beside the broadcast centre. Isner converts on his fifth break point of the set to win the match John Isner. Won 478 502 Set-by-Set Breakdown: 1st – 32 minutes: Isner breaks in ninth game on Mahut double fault 2nd – 29 minutes: Mahut breaks in second game to love (only time he breaks in match) 3rd – 49 minutes: Isner leads 7-6 in tie-break but loses final three points 4th – 1 hour. which was completed 66 minutes later when Isner hit a backhand pass down the line for a 6-4. There were 168 consecutive service holds.m. Before leaving the court.m. 74% 67% 1st Serve Pts. at the All England Club. 4 minutes: Mahut leads 3-1 in tie-break before Isner wins final six points 5th – 8 hours. Isner fired 113 aces to Mahut’s 103 aces. with the crowd chanting. Won 81% 87% 2nd Serve Pts. 6-7(7) 7-6(3) 70-68 record-breaking victory. Won 63% 63% Break Pts.

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‘10) Ken Rosewall (1953..AUSTRALIAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS HISTORY OPEN ERA TITLE LEADERS (SINCE 1968) 4. 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969* 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 SINGLES WINNER (SEED) Roger Federer(1) Rafael Nadal(1) Novak Djokovic(3) Roger Federer(1) Roger Federer(1) Marat Safin(4) Roger Federer(2) Andre Agassi(2) Thomas Johansson(16) Andre Agassi(6) Andre Agassi(1) Yevgeny Kafelnikov(10) Petr Korda(6) Pete Sampras(1) Boris Becker(4) Andre Agassi(2) Pete Sampras(1) Jim Courier(1) Jim Courier(2) Boris Becker(2) Ivan Lendl(1) Ivan Lendl (2) Mats Wilander(3) Stefan Edberg(4) No competition Stefan Edberg(5) Mats Wilander(2) Mats Wilander(3) Johan Kriek(1) Johan Kriek(4) Brian Teacher(8) Guillermo Vilas(1) Guillermo Vilas(1) Vitas Gerulaitis(1) Roscoe Tanner(2) Mark Edmondson(u) John Newcombe(2) Jimmy Connors(2) John Newcombe(2) Ken Rosewall(2) Ken Rosewall(2) Arthur Ashe(4) Rod Laver(1) Bill Bowrey Roy Emerson Roy Emerson Roy Emerson Roy Emerson Roy Emerson Rod Laver Roy Emerson Rod Laver Alex Olmedo Ashley Cooper Ashley Cooper Lew Hoad Ken Rosewall FINALIST (SEED) Andy Murray(5) Roger Federer(2) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga(u) Fernando Gonzalez(10) Marcos Baghdatis(u) Lleyton Hewitt(3) Marat Safin(u) Rainer Schuettler(31) Marat Safin(9) Arnaud Clement(15) Yevgeny Kafelnikov(2) Thomas Enqvist(u) Marcelo Rios(9) Carlos Moya(u) Michael Chang(5) Pete Sampras(1) Todd Martin(9) Stefan Edberg(2) Stefan Edberg(1) Ivan Lendl(3) Stefan Edberg (3) Miloslav Mecir (9) Pat Cash(4) Pat Cash(11) Mats Wilander(3) Kevin Curren(9) Ivan Lendl(1) Steve Denton(2) Steve Denton(u) Kim Warwick(14) John Sadri(6) John Marks(u) John Lloyd(12) Guillermo Vilas(1) John Newcombe(2) Jimmy Connors(1) Phil Dent(9) Onny Parun(12) Mal Anderson(8) Arthur Ashe(3) Dick Crealy(12) Andres Gimeno(9) Juan Gisbert Arthur Ashe Arthur Ashe Fred Stolle Fred Stolle Ken Fletcher Roy Emerson Rod Laver Neale Fraser Neale Fraser Mal Anderson Neale Fraser Ken Rosewall Lew Hoad YOUNGEST CHAMPION Mats Wilander.) SCORE 63 64 76(11) 75 36 76(3) 36 62 46 64 63 76(2) 76(2) 64 64 57 75 60 62 16 63 64 64 76 64 62 62 62 61 36 64 64 76 64 62 62 36 63 62 64 46 60 63 76 62 62 62 62 63 63 62 64 26 62 46 61 76 64 76 64 64 62 61 26 75 63 36 64 62 16 64 64 64 46 76 52 ret. ‘71. ’84.10 Pete Sampras 45 . 3 Mos.9 YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 Dec. 1972 (37 Yrs.10 Roger Federer 54 . 62 62 62 63 67 36 61 86 63 64 36 57 63 64 63 63 67 64 76 62 61 64 64 63 63 62 62 76 67 64 75 76 63 76 63 62 64 64 36 63 63 76 57 36 62 63 63 63 67 63 76 61 75 36 64 76 76 64 46 63 63 67 75 61 76 63 75 61 75 63 64 97 62 63 64 75 75 26 97 64 64 61 61 64 68 62 63 79 26 64 75 61 63 64 62 63 63 61 86 06 64 64 16 63 75 64 57 36 63 86 86 61 62 36 63 75 63 64 63 911 64 62 64 36 64 75 97 64 64 DOUBLES WINNERS Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Jonathan Erlich-Andy Ram Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Wayne Black-Kevin Ullyett Michael Llodra-Fabrice Santoro Michael Llodra-Fabrice Santoro Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor Jonas Bjorkman-Todd Woodbridge Ellis Ferreira-Rick Leach Jonas Bjorkman-Patrick Rafter Jonas Bjorkman-Jacco Eltingh Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Stefan Edberg-Petr Korda Jared Palmer-Richey Reneberg Jacco Eltingh-Paul Haarhuis Danie Visser-Laurie Warder Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Scott Davis-David Pate Pieter Aldrich-Danie Visser Rick Leach-Jim Pugh Rick Leach-Jim Pugh Stefan Edberg-Anders Jarryd Paul Annacone-Christo van Rensburg Mark Edmondson-Sherwood Stewart Mark Edmondson-Paul McNamee John Alexander-John Fitzgerald Mark Edmondson-Kim Warwick Mark Edmondson-Kim Warwick Peter McNamara-Paul McNamee Wojtek Fibak-Kim Warwick Ray Ruffels-Allan Stone Arthur Ashe-Tony Roche John Newcombe-Tony Roche John Alexander-Phil Dent Ross Case-Geoff Masters Mal Anderson-John Newcombe Owen Davidson-Ken Rosewall John Newcombe-Tony Roche Bob Lutz-Stan Smith Roy Emerson-Rod Laver Dick Crealy-Allan Stone John Newcombe-Tony Roche Roy Emerson-Fred Stolle John Newcombe-Tony Roche Bob Hewitt-Fred Stolle Bob Hewitt-Fred Stolle Roy Emerson-Neale Fraser Rod Laver-Robert Mark Rod Laver-Robert Mark Rod Laver-Robert Mark Ashley Cooper-Neale Fraser Neale Fraser-Lew Hoad Lew Hoad-Ken Rosewall Vic Seixas-Tony Trabert FINALISTS Daniel Nestor-Nenad Zimonjic Mahesh Bhupathi-Mark Knowles Arnaud Clement-Michael Llodra Jonas Bjorkman-Max Mirnyi Martin Damm-Leander Paes Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor Michael Llodra-Fabrice Santoro Byron Black-David Prinosil Wayne Black-Andrew Kratzmann Mahesh Bhupathi-Leander Paes Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Sebastien Lareau-Alex O’Brien Sebastien Lareau-Alex O’Brien Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor Byron Black-Jonathan Stark John Fitzgerald-Anders Jarryd Kelly Jones-Rick Leach Patrick McEnroe-David Wheaton Grant Connell-Glenn Michibata Darren Cahill-Mark Kratzmann Jeremy Bates-Peter Lundgren Peter Doohan-Laurie Warder Mark Edmondson-Kim Warwick Joakim Nystrom-Mats Wilander Steve Denton-Sherwood Stewart Andy Andrews-John Sadri Hank Pfister-John Sadri Peter McNamara-Paul McNamee Paul Kronk-Cliff Letcher Paul Kronk-Cliff Letcher John Alexander-Phil Dent Charlie Pasarell-Erik van Dillen Ross Case-Geoff Masters Bob Carmichael-Allan Stone Syd Ball-Bob Giltinan John Alexander-Phil Dent Ross Case-Geoff Masters Tom Okker-Marty Riessen John Alexander-Phil Dent Ken Rosewall-Fred Stolle Terry Addison-Ray Keldie Bill Bowrey-Owen Davidson John Newcombe-Tony Roche Roy Emerson-Fred Stolle Roy Emerson-Ken Fletcher Ken Fletcher-John Newcombe Bob Hewitt-Fred Stolle Roy Emerson-Martin Mulligan Roy Emerson-Neale Fraser Don Candy-Bob Howe Roy Emerson-Robert Mark Mal Anderson-Ashley Cooper Don Candy-Mervyn Rose Lew Hoad-Ken Rosewall 212 .5 Ivan Lendl 48 .Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan (2006-’07.Mats Wilander (1983. ‘06-07. ‘03) Roger Federer (2004.7 Andre Agassi 48 . 1983 (19 Yrs. 1977 Jan. ‘55. 2000-01.Andre Agassi (1995.) OLDEST CHAMPION Ken Rosewall. ’88) MATCH WINS LEADERS (SINCE 1968) Stefan Edberg 56 . ‘83-84) 3.. 2 Mos.Four Players 3. ‘09-’10) Mark Edmondson (1980-81. ‘72)* (*1953 and ‘55 before Open Era) OPEN ERA DOUBLES TITLE LEADERS 4.

Rice G.L.V.P.E. Eaton-Rice H.P.P. Cox E.A. St. Keane-Ernie F. Perry Jack Crawford Keith Gledhill Harry C. Lowe J. Parker-R.P. Harper Jack Crawford-Vivian McGrath George Hughes-Fred J.H. Sharp-Tony Wilding Horace Rice-George Wright H. Curtis (u) = unseeded 60 63 64 75 1210 26 62 63 26 63 61 63 64 46 61 63 63 62 64 36 63 26 63 46 64 36 75 86 57 63 75 36 62 63 61 62 64 61 63 64 62 61 63 16 60 26 61 62 63 46 36 97 26 64 64 64 63 75 61 26 75 63 62 46 63 36 63 61 64 62 26 61 63 61 63 62 62 57 75 64 61 46 57 63 36 64 36 1816 63 61 63 61 119 26 62 63 63 64 36 57 63 61 61 63 60 36 36 63 62 75 61 64 63 46 68 61 63 64 60 63 46 61 61 64 64 63 57 61 26 61 62 63 36 63 16 61 75 61 62 63 64 63 62 61 75 62 36 36 60 62 63 63 64 64 60 64 64 46 63 64 64 Lew Hoad-Ken Rosewall Ken McGregor-Frank Sedgman Ken McGregor-Frank Sedgman John Bromwich-Adrian Quist John Bromwich-Adrian Quist John Bromwich-Adrian Quist John Bromwich-Adrian Quist John Bromwich-Adrian Quist John Bromwich-Adrian Quist John Bromwich-Adrian Quist John Bromwich-Adrian Quist Adrian Quist-D. Taylor J.1953 Ken Rosewall 1952 Ken McGregor 1951 Richard Savitt 1950 Frank Sedgman 1949 Frank Sedgman 1948 Adrian Quist 1947 Dinny Pails 1946 John Bromwich 1945-41 No competition 1940 Adrian Quist 1939 John Bromwich 1938 Don Budge 1937 Vivian B. Bullough-Horace Rice J. Parker-C. O’Hara Wood H. Anderson-N. Long Frank Sedgman-G.B. Barnard-B. Dixon Rodney Heath-Randolph Lycett Ashley Cambell-Horace Rice J.A. Lowe F.F. Beamish-F.O. Cummings John Hawkes Jim Willard G. Turnbull Adrian Quist-D. Kingscote 1916-18 No competition 1915 Francis G. Hopman R.C.F. Pockley Horace M.O. Stokes H. Parker J. Hopman Harry C. Parker Fred Alexander-Alfred Dunlop Bill Gregg-H. Schlesinger R.L. Patterson A. John J.B. Hedeman Ron Thomas E. Perry Adrian Quist-D.E.O.P. Fitchett R.L.V. Worthington Max Newcombe-Len Schwartz Jack Crawford-Vivian McGrath D. Turnbull-C. Crooks-Tony Wilding G. Rice Horace M. Parker 1912 J. Perry-George Hughes Keith Gledhill-Ellsworth Vines Jack Crawford-Gar Moon Charles Donohoe-Ray Dunlop Jack Crawford-Harry Hopman Jack Crawford-Harry Hopman Jean Borotra-Jacques Brugnon John Hawkes-Gerald Patterson John Hawkes-Gerald Patterson Pat O'Hara Wood-Gerald Patterson James Anderson-Norman Brookes Pat O’Hara Wood-C. Cecil Parke-C. St.J. Schlesinger C. Hawkes-Gerald Patterson S. Thomas Pat O’Hara Wood-R. Kalms Gerald Patterson-Pat O’Hara Wood J. Cummings-Gar Moon Jim Willard-Gar Moon Pat O’Hara Wood-I.A. Gregory 1928 Jean Borotra 1927 Gerald Patterson 1926 John Hawkes 1925 James Anderson 1924 James Anderson 1923 Pat O’Hara Wood 1922 James Anderson 1921 Rice H. Taylor A. Turnbull Jack Crawford-Gar Moon Harry Hopman-Gerald Patterson Jack Crawford-Harry Hopman John Hawkes-T.A. Parker A. Patterson R. Gemmell 1920 Pat O’Hara Wood 1919 A. Hopman Harry C. Rice E. O’Dea L. Lowe-C.G.A.E.V.W. Spence MIXED DOUBLES CHAMPIONS Leander Paes-Cara Black Mahesh Bhupathi-Sania Mirza Nenad Zimonjic-Tiantian Sun Daniel Nestor-Elena Likhovtseva Mahesh Bhupathi-Martina Hingis Scott Draper-Samantha Stosur Nenad Zimonjic-Elena Bovina Leander Paes-Martina Navratilova Kevin Ullyett-Daniela Hantuchova Ellis Ferreira-Corina Morariu Jared Palmer-Rennae Stubbs David Adams-Mariaan de Swardt Justin Gimelstob-Venus Williams Rick Leach-Manon Bollegraf Mark Woodforde-Larisa Neiland Rick Leach-Natasha Zvereva Andrei Olhovskiy-Larisa Savchenko-Neiland Todd Woodbridge-Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario Mark Woodforde-Nicole Provis Jeremy Bates-Jo Durie Jim Pugh-Natasha Zvereva Jim Pugh-Jana Novotna Jim Pugh-Jana Novotna Sherwood Stewart-Zina Garrison No Competition Dick Crealy-Billie Jean King YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 BOYS’ JUNIOR CHAMPIONS Tiago Fernandes (BRA) Yuki Bhambri (IND) Bernard Tomic (AUS) Brydan Klein (AUS) Alexandre Sidorenko (FRA) Donald Young (USA) Gael Monfils (FRA) Marcos Baghdatis (CYP) Clement Morel (FRA) Janko Tipsarevic (SRB) Andy Roddick (USA) Kristian Pless (DEN) Julien Jeanpierre (FRA) Daniel Elsner (GER) Bjorn Rehnqvist (SWE) Nicolas Kiefer (GER) Ben Ellwood (AUS) James Bailey (GBR) Grant Doyle (AUS) Thomas Enqvist (SWE) Dirk Dier (GER) Nicklas Kulti (SWE) 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 (Dec) 1977 (Jan) 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 Jason Anderson (AUS) Jason Stoltenberg (AUS) Not Played Shane Barr (AUS) Mark Kratzmann (AUS) Stefan Edberg (SWE) Mark Kratzmann (AUS) Jorgen Windahl (SWE) Craig Miller (AUS) Greg Whitecross (AUS) Pat Serret (AUS) Ray Kelly (AUS) Brad Drewett (AUS) Ray Kelly (AUS) Brad Drewett (AUS) Harry Brittain (AUS) Paul McNamee (AUS) Paul Kronk (AUS) Cliff Letcher (AUS) John Alexander (AUS) Allan McDonald (AUS) Phil Dent (AUS) ATPWORLDTOUR. Beamish Horace M. Cecil Parke 1911 Norman Brookes 1910 Rodney Heath 1909 Tony Wilding 1908 Fred Alexander 1907 Horace M.O. Parker Rodney Heath-Tony Wilding Randolphe Lycett-Tom Tachell Don Candy-Mervyn Rose Don Candy-Mervyn Rose John Bromwich-Adrian Quist Eric Sturgess-Jaroslav Drobny Geoff Brown-Owen Sidwell Frank Sedgman-C.R. Turnbull Jack Crawford-Vivian McGrath Fred J.B.E. Perry 1933 Jack Crawford 1932 Jack Crawford 1931 Jack Crawford 1930 Gar Moon 1929 John C.H. Dunlop H.COM 213 . Patterson H. Thomas Horace Rice-C.G. Rice-R.L. Hedeman-Ernie F. John Rodney Heath-A. St.T. Long Gottfried von Cramm-Henner Henkel John Bromwich-J. Peach N. John G. Parker A.F.G.F. Gemmell Pat O’Hara Wood-R. Parker A. Brearley-E. Rice 1906 Tony Wilding 1905 Rodney Heath *Open Championship since 1969 YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986-69 1968 Mervyn Rose Frank Sedgman Ken McGregor Ken McGregor John Bromwich John Bromwich John Bromwich Dinny Pails Jack Crawford Adrian Quist John Bromwich John Bromwich Jack Crawford Fred J.O.P. Todd Ashley Campbell-Gerald Patterson A.C. Lowe 1914 Arthur Wood 1913 Ernie F. McInnes James Anderson-Pat O’Hara Wood James Anderson-F. McGrath 1936 Adrian Quist 1935 Jack Crawford 1934 Fred J. Addison-Norman Brookes Rodney Heath-J. Parker H.B. Anderson-A.

Ferrero 76(4) 76(5) 61. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga d. Andre Agassi d. Ivan Ljubicic d. Cilic d. Nicolas Kiefer d. Nadal 62 63 62. Kafelnikov 36 63 62 64. Arazi 61 76(6) 76(5). Federer d. El Aynaoui 46 76(5) 46 64 2119. Roger Federer 76(3) 46 36 64 86. Pete Sampras 62 64 67(5) 76(8). Martin 75 63 64. Djokovic 67(3) 64 62 21 ret. Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Schuettler d. Richard Gasquet 64 62 36 64. Final: Federer d. Mikhail Youzhny 67(4) 36 75 63 62. Fernando Gonzalez 75 61 67(3) 62. Final: Djokovic d. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Nalbandian d. 214 *For complete Open Era Round of 16 results please visit the Rankings and Statistics section on www. Final: Federer d. Tsonga 76(2) 36 63 62. Semifinals: Clement d. Thomas Johansson 62 64 64. Wayne Ferreira d. David Ferrer d. Robby Ginepri 64 36 64 61. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Guillermo Coria 61 31 ret. Quarterfinals: Nadal d. 2003 Round 16: Younes El Aynaoui d. Philipp Kohlschreiber 63 76(6) 61. David Nalbandian d. Marcos Baghdatis 61 76(1) 67(5) 62. Djokovic 76(8) 67(5) 16 63 61. Robredo 63 76(2) 75. Lukasz Kubot 61 62 75. Tommy Haas d. Quarterfinals: Clement d. Yevgeny Kafelnikov d. Ferrer 60 63 75. Jonas Bjorkman d. Novak Djokovic d. Olivier Rochus 46 76(1) 76(5) 76(2). 2007 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Sargis Sargsian 63 64 36 63. Sebastien Grosjean d. Albert Costa 46 64 64 67(4) 97. Moya 61 64 62. Nalbandian 63 62 16 36 108.. Patrick Rafter d. Marat Safin 62 76(6) 64. Agassi d. Murray 63 64 76(11). Nadal 63 76(2) 3-0 Ret. Nikolay Davydenko 76(2) 63 61. Wayne Ferreira d. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Final: Johansson d. Guillermo Canas 63 64 63. Djokovic d. Hewitt d. John Isner 76(4) 63 62. Final: Agassi d. Norman d. Andy Roddick d. Thomas Johansson d. Roddick 36 76(3) 76(4) 61. Dominik Hrbaty 46 46 64 62 63. Tommy Robredo 63 60 26 62. Agassi d. Quarterfinals: Haas d. Tsonga d. Davydenko 63 75 41 ret. Final: Federer d. James Blake 75 64 76(4). Felix Mantilla 36 26 63 63 63. Tim Henman 62 76(6) 64. Quarterfinals: Federer d. James Blake 76(3) 63 67(6) 63. Verdasco 67(4) 64 76(2) 67(1) 64. Semifinals: Safin d. 2002 Round 16: Marcelo Rios d. Andy Murray d. El Aynaoui 60 63 76. Final: Agassi d. Tommy Haas d. Roddick d. Grosjean 57 26 76(4) 75 62. David Nalbandian 46 63 62 63. Roddick d. Federer d. Rafter d. Federer 57 64 57 76(6) 97. Joachim Johansson 67(4) 76(5) 76(3) 64. Haas d. Paradorn Srichaphan 76(3) 63 64. Roger Federer d. Rafter 75 26 67(5) 62 63. Rafael Nadal 75 36 16 76(3) 62. Juan Martin del Potro d. (knee). Agassi 63 64 64. Nalbandian 36 57 63 64 64. Mardy Fish d. Grosjean 62 20 ret. Wayne Ferreira 63 64 62. Novak Djokovic d. Clement 64 62 62. Safin d. Simon 62 75 75. Roddick 62 75 75. Safin d. Arazi 64 64 62. Haas 61 63 61. 2005 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Roger Federer 64 36 61 16 63. Roddick 26 63 75 67(0) 64. Quarterfinals: Roddick d. Hicham Arazi d. Carlos Moya d. Tommy Robredo 75 61 63.. Roddick 64 60 62. Nicolas Almagro 63 64 46 67(6) 97. Nadal 62 64 63. Dominik Hrbaty d. Marat Safin d. Quarterfinals: Safin d. Fernando Gonzalez 63 36 46 75 62. Andy Roddick d. Rafael Nadal d. Tsonga 46 64 63 76(2). 2001 Round 16: Arnaud Clement d. Rainer Schuettler d. Federer 75 36 76(3) 36 62. Marat Safin d.. Rafael Nadal d. Semifinals: Federer d. Kafelnikov d. Nalbandian 75 64 57 63. Gonzalez d. Kiefer d. Magnus Norman 76(7) 63 06 64. Agassi d. Lleyton Hewitt 46 63 60 64. Lleyton Hewitt 62 63 64. Agassi d. Fish 62 62 62. Jiri Novak d. Tomas Berdych 64 76(7) 63. Lleyton Hewitt d. Semifinals: Djokovic d. Kiefer 63 57 60 62. Kafelnikov 64 57 76(3) 76(3). Safin 76(3) 64 62. Schuettler 62 62 61. Marin Cilic 63 64 64. Tim Henman 75 16 64 36 75. Nadal d. Andy Murray 67(3) 64 46 63 61. Nikolay Davydenko d. Grosjean d. Safin 36 64 64 76(4). Fernando Verdasco 62 75 46 67(5) 63. Semifinals: Nadal d. Semifinals: Federer d. Hewitt d. Koubek 62 63 62. David Nalbandian d. Fernando Gonzalez d. Tsonga d. Final: Nadal d. Andy Roddick 64 16 63 64.RESULTS FROM AUSTRALIAN OPEN ROUND OF 16 SINCE 2000 2010 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Andre Agassi d. Hrbaty 62 64 62. Novak 76(5) 06 46 63 64. Haas 67(5) 76(4) 36 60 62. Woodruff 75 63 63. Grosjean 63 06 64 67(1) 86. Younes El Aynaoui d. Richard Gasquet 62 67(5) 76(6) 63. Davydenko 63 26 16 61 75. Juan Ignacio Chela 76(4) 63 63. Blake 75 76(5) 64. Marcos Baghdatis 62 62 76(4). Rafael Nadal d. Roddick 75 26 63 63. Andrei Pavel 64 36 63 62. Nieminen 75 63 61. Kafelnikov d. Ferreira 52 ret. Ferrero 64 61 64. Johansson d. Gilles Simon d. Gael Monfils 64 26 61 ret. Mark Philippoussis 64 76 57 63. Rios 76(2) 64 67(2) 76(5). Tommy Haas 64 60 36 46 62. Ferreira 62 62 63. Sebastien Grosjean d. Nicolas Escude 64 63 76. Greg Rusedski 63 62 75. Federer 75 63 76(5). Marin Cilic d. Fernando Verdasco d. Johansson d. Rainer Schuettler 76(2) 63 64. Hrbaty 62 67(4) 75 60. Nalbandian 63 57 61 60. Federer d. Novak d. Novak Djokovic d. Tim Henman 62 63 63.. Juan Martin del Potro 57 64 75 57 63.ATPWorldTour. Andre Agassi d. David Ferrer 61 76(4) 26 75. Murray d. Bjorkman 60 26 63 64. Pete Sampras 67(2) 63 64 64. Mark Philippoussis 62 62 64. Tsonga 62 63 62. Ivo Karlovic 64 46 64 64. Sampras 64 36 67 76 61. Marat Safin d. 2004 Round 16: Andy Roddick d. Hewitt 16 63 64 64. Christophe Rochus 61 63 75. Sjeng Schalken 61 62 63. Tomas Berdych 46 67(4) 64 64 62. Andy Roddick d. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga d. Nikolay Davydenko d.com . Ljubicic 64 62 46 36 63. Stefan Koubek d. Federer d. Quarterfinals: Agassi d. Slava Dosedel 61 62 36 61. Agassi d. Norman 61 62 64. Cilic 36 64 64 62. Paul-Henri Mathieu 64 3-0 Ret. Dominik Hrbaty 64 62 57 62. Sebastien Grosjean d. Tommy Robredo d. Semifinals: Federer d. Fabrice Santoro d. Murray d. Ferrero d. Agassi 76(6) 76(6) 57 16 63. 2006 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Baghdatis d. Adrian Voinea 67(8) 62 60 64. Baghdatis d. Kiefer 36 63 61 76. Andy Murray 26 61 16 63 64. Guillermo Coria 57 75 63 60. James Blake 64 64 76(3). Todd Martin d. Thomas Johansson 75 63 61. Nicolas Kiefer d. Semifinals: Safin d. Andrew Ilie 67(1) 63 60 63. Mario Ancic 63 36 61 57 64. Roddick 76(4) 63 36 26 63. James Blake 63 64 16 63. Grosjean 63 62 62. Mario Ancic 60 63 62. 2009 Round 16: Rafael Nadal d. 2000 Round 16: Andre Agassi d. David Ferrer 64 75 75. Semifinals: Schuettler d. Semifinals: Agassi d. Philipp Kohlschreiber 36 76(7) 76(9) 63. Juan Carlos Ferrero 75 36 64 61. James Blake d. Davydenko 64 36 76(7) 76(5). Andreas Vinciguerra 75 75 61. Andre Agassi d. Magnus Norman d. Marcos Baghdatis d. Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Mikhail Youzhny d. Jarkko Nieminen d. Baghdatis 57 75 60 62. Marin Cilic 57 64 64 62. David Nalbandian d. Ferreira d. Tsonga d. Verdasco d. Lleyton Hewitt 67(4) 76(4) 76(5) 64. Semifinals: Safin d. Davydenko 26 63 60 75. Guillermo Canas 64 62 61. Roger Federer d. Fernando Gonzalez 63 62 64. David Nalbandian d. Hicham Arazi d. 2008 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Sebastien Grosjean d. Andy Roddick d. Lleyton Hewitt 63 61 76. Lleyton Hewitt 75 63 63. Arnaud Clement 36 63 64 36 108. Novak Djokovic 62 75 63. Nicolas Lapentti 75 61 64. Youzhny 75 60 76(6). Quarterfinals: Federer d. Final: Safin d. Yevgeny Kafelnikov d. Gonzalez 76(2) 64 64. Dominik Hrbaty d. Santoro 75 60 60. Paul-Henri Mathieu 75 62 62. Nikolay Davydenko d. Sampras d. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga d. del Potro 63 60 60. Pete Sampras d. Roddick d. Gonzalez d. Andy Roddick d. Chris Woodruff d. Final: Agassi d. Final: Federer d.

Arilla-Andres Gimeno Roy Emerson-Neale Fraser Bob Howe-Abe Segal Don Candy-Mervyn Rose Ashley Cooper-Lew Hoad Nicola Pietrangeli-Orlando Sirola ATPWORLDTOUR.) OLDEST CHAMPION Andres Gimeno. ‘98. ’78-81) 5.) SCORE 64 62 64 61 76(1) 64 61 63 60 63 46 63 64 16 61 64 76(4) 67(6) 63 61 75 06 36 64 61 86 61 63 62 61 60 46 63 67 75 62 60 62 63 26 76 16 26 64 63 64 63 75 63 63 64 62 76 75 76 75 62 64 63 75 26 61 64 26 62 36 63 75 62 61 36 64 26 61 64 63 26 64 64 61 36 46 64 62 75 62 61 75 62 36 76 63 62 64 36 64 62 62 36 26 64 75 75 62 75 76 16 76 60 64 61 46 62 36 61 64 61 62 63 61 67 64 61 61 63 60 63 60 61 64 46 76 62 63 64 26 67 60 61 61 63 63 60 46 63 61 61 86 62 26 75 62 64 60 64 63 64 63 61 26 62 61 64 26 62 61 64 75 36 60 62 63 63 61 46 75 36 61 64 64 36 26 63 97 62 46 61 36 60 62 36 63 64 46 63 36 63 64 61 63 64 64 63 64 64 64 86 63 26 61 64 62 DOUBLES WINNERS Daniel Nestor-Nenad Zimonjic Lukas Dlouhy-Leander Paes Pablo Cuevas-Luis Horna Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor Jonas Bjorkman-Max Mirnyi Jonas Bjorkman-Max Mirnyi Xavier Malisse-Olivier Rochus Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Paul Haarhuis-Yevgeny Kafelnikov Mahesh Bhupathi-Leander Paes Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Mahesh Bhupathi-Leander Paes Jacco Eltingh-Paul Haarhuis Yevgeny Kafelnikov-Daniel Vacek Yevgeny Kafelnikov-Daniel Vacek Jacco Eltingh-Paul Haarhuis Byron Black-Jonathan Stark Luke Jensen-Murphy Jensen Jakob Hlasek-Marc Rosset John Fitzgerald-Anders Jarryd Sergio Casal-Emilio Sanchez Jim Grabb-Patrick McEnroe Andres Gomez-Emilio Sanchez Anders Jarryd-Robert Seguso John Fitzgerald-Tomas Smid Mark Edmondson-Kim Warwick Henri Leconte-Yannick Noah Anders Jarryd-Hans Simonsson Sherwood Stewart-Ferdi Taygan Heinz Gunthardt-Balazs Taroczy Victor Amaya-Hank Pfister Gene Mayer-Sandy Mayer Gene Mayer-Hank Pfister Brian Gottfried-Raul Ramirez Fred McNair-Sherwood Stewart Brian Gottfried-Raul Ramirez Dick Crealy-Onny Parun John Newcombe-Tom Okker Bob Hewitt-Frew McMillan Arthur Ashe-Marty Riessen Ilie Nastase-Ion Tiriac John Newcombe-Tony Roche Ken Rosewall-Fred Stolle John Newcombe-Tony Roche Clark Graebner-Dennis Ralston Roy Emerson-Fred Stolle Roy Emerson-Ken Fletcher Roy Emerson-Manuel Santana Roy Emerson-Neale Fraser Roy Emerson-Rod Laver Roy Emerson-Neale Fraser Orlando Sirola-Nicola Pietrangeli Ashley Cooper-Neale Fraser Mal Anderson-Ashley Cooper Don Candy-Robert Perry Vic Seixas-Tony Trabert FINALISTS Lukas Dlouhy-Leander Paes Wesley Moodie-Dick Norman Daniel Nestor-Nenad Zimonjic Lukas Dlouhy-Pavel Vizner Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Michael Llodra-Fabrice Santoro Paul Haarhuis-Yevgeny Kafelnikov Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor Petr Pala-Pavel Vizner Paul Haarhuis-Sandon Stolle Goran Ivanisevic-Jeff Tarango Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Guy Forget-Jakob Hlasek Nicklas Kulti-Magnus Larsson Jan Apell-Jonas Bjorkman Marc Goellner-David Prinosil David Adams-Andrei Olhovskiy Rick Leach-Jim Pugh Goran Ivanisevic-Petr Korda Mansour Bahrami-Eric Winogradsky John Fitzgerald-Anders Jarryd Guy Forget-Yannick Noah Stefan Edberg-Anders Jarryd Shlomo Glickstein-Hans Simonsson Pavel Slozil-Tomas Smid Mark Edmondson-Sherwood Stewart Hans Gildemeister-Belus Prajoux Terry Moor-Eliot Teltscher Brian Gottfried-Raul Ramirez Ross Case-Phil Dent Jose Higueras-Manuel Orantes Wojtek Fibak-Jan Kodes Brian Gottfried-Raul Ramirez John Alexander-Phil Dent Stan Smith-Bob Lutz Jimmy Connors-Ilie Nastase Patricio Cornejo-Jaime Fillol Tom Gorman-Stan Smith Arthur Ashe-Charles Pasarell Roy Emerson-Rod Laver Roy Emerson-Rod Laver Roy Emerson-Ken Fletcher Ilie Nastase-Ion Tiriac Ken Fletcher-Bob Hewitt John Newcombe-Tony Roche Gordon L. ‘10) 3. ’75. 3 Mos. 1972 (34 Yrs.Bjorn Borg (1974. ‘87. 2001) Anders Jarryd (1983.ROLAND GARROS CHAMPIONSHIPS HISTORY OPEN ERA TITLE LEADERS (SINCE 1968) 6. 2002) YOUNGEST CHAMPION Michael Chang. ’86.Paul Haarhuis (1995.COM 215 . 10 Mos.2 YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972** 1971 1970 1969 1968* 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 WINNER (SEED) Rafael Nadal(2) Roger Federer(2) Rafael Nadal(2) Rafael Nadal(2) Rafael Nadal(2) Rafael Nadal(4) Gaston Gaudio(u) Juan Carlos Ferrero(3) Albert Costa(20) Gustavo Kuerten(1) Gustavo Kuerten(5) Andre Agassi(13) Carlos Moya(12) Gustavo Kuerten(u) Yevgeny Kafelnikov(6) Thomas Muster(5) Sergi Bruguera(6) Sergi Bruguera(10) Jim Courier(1) Jim Courier(9) Andres Gomez(4) Michael Chang(15) Mats Wilander(3) Ivan Lendl(1) Ivan Lendl(1) Mats Wilander(4) Ivan Lendl(2) Yannick Noah(6) Mats Wilander(u) Bjorn Borg(1) Bjorn Borg(1) Bjorn Borg(1) Bjorn Borg(1) Guillermo Vilas(3) Adriano Panatta(8) Bjorn Borg(1) Bjorn Borg(3) Ilie Nastase(2) Andres Gimeno(6) Jan Kodes(1) Jan Kodes(7) Rod Laver(1) Ken Rosewall(2) Roy Emerson Tony Roche Fred Stolle Manuel Santana Roy Emerson Rod Laver Manuel Santana Nicola Pietrangeli Nicola Pietrangeli Mervyn Rose Sven Davidson Lew Hoad Tony Trabert FINALIST (SEED) Robin Soderling(5) Robin Soderling(23) Roger Federer(1) Roger Federer(1) Roger Federer(1) Mariano Puerta(u) Guillermo Coria(3) Martin Verkerk(u) Juan Carlos Ferrero(11) Alex Corretja(13) Magnus Norman(3) Andrei Medvedev(u) Alex Corretja(14) Sergi Bruguera(16) Michael Stich(15) Michael Chang(6) Alberto Berasategui(u) Jim Courier(2) Petr Korda(7) Andre Agassi(4) Andre Agassi(3) Stefan Edberg(3) Henri Leconte(11) Mats Wilander(4) Mikael Pernfors(u) Ivan Lendl(2) John McEnroe(1) Mats Wilander(5) Guillermo Vilas(3) Ivan Lendl(5) Vitas Gerulaitis(5) Victor Pecci(u) Guillermo Vilas(2) Brian Gottfried(5) Harold Solomon(7) Guillermo Vilas(4) Manuel Orantes(14) Niki Pilic(u) Patrick Proisy(9) Ilie Nastase(3) Zeljko Franulovic(5) Ken Rosewall(3) Rod Laver(1) Tony Roche Istvan Gulyas(u) Tony Roche Nicola Pietrangeli Pierre Darmon Roy Emerson Nicola Pietrangeli Luis Ayala Ian Vermaak(u) Luis Ayala Herbie Flam Sven Davidson Sven Davidson OPEN ERA DOUBLES TITLE LEADERS 3.12 Andre Agassi 51 . ’87) Mats Wilander (1982.Rafael Nadal (2005-08. ‘91) Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1996-97. ’88) MATCH WINS LEADERS (SINCE 1968) Guillermo Vilas 56 .17 Ivan Lendl 53 . 1989 (17 Yrs.16 Bjorn Borg 49 .. 2000-01) Ivan Lendl (1984. ’85.Gustavo Kuerten (1997.. Forbes-Abe Segal Wilhelm Bungert-Christian Kuhnke Bob Howe-Robert Mark J.

Tilden. Willard Henri Cochet-Jacques Brugnon Henri Cochet-R. Wilderspin Gardnar Mulloy-Dick Savitt Gardnar Mulloy-Dick Savitt Jaroslav Drobny-Eric Sturgess Eustace Fannin-Eric Sturgess Harry Hopman-Frank Sedgman Tom Brown-Billy Sidwell Enrique Morea-Pancho Segura Jean Borotra-Jacques Brugnon J. McGrath Claude Boussus-Marcel Bernard V. II 36 86 63 61 Henri Cochet-Jacques Brugnon Jean Borotra 63 26 60 26 86 Rene Lacoste-Jean Borotra Rene Lacoste 57 63 61 63 Jean Borotra-Jacques Brugnon William T. Kirby C. Farquharson-V. Crawford 64 79 36 75 63 Jean Borotra-Jacques Brugnon Henri Cochet 86 61 63 Pat Hughes-Fred Perry Giorgio de Stefani 60 64 46 63 Henri Cochet-Jacques Brugnon Claude Boussus 26 64 75 64 George Lott-John Van Ryn William T.D. Crawford 1932 Henri Cochet 1931 Jean Borotra 1930 Henri Cochet 1929 Rene Lacoste 1928 Henri Cochet 1927 Rene Lacoste 1926 Henri Cochet 1925# Rene Lacoste (u) = unseeded *Open Championships began in 1968 YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 Arthur Larsen Vic Seixas Frank A.R. de Buzelet Jean Borotra-Rene Lacoste Henri Cochet-Jacques Brugnon Henri Cochet-Jacques Brugnon Bobby Riggs 75 60 63 Don McNeill-Charles Harris Roderick Menzel 63 62 64 Bernard Destremau-Yvon Petra Henry Austin 61 64 63 Gottfried von Cramm-Henner Henkel Fred J. Tilden.1954 Tony Trabert 1953 Ken Rosewall 1952 Jaroslav Drobny 1951 Jaroslav Drobny 1950 Budge Patty 1949 Frank Parker 1948 Frank Parker 1947 Joseph Asboth 1946 Marcel Bernard(u) 1945-40 No Competition 1939 W. Sedgman Eric Sturgess Jaroslav Drobny Budge Patty Jaroslav Drobny Eric Sturgess Jaroslav Drobny 64 75 61 63 64 16 62 62 60 36 64 63 63 63 61 62 36 57 75 63 16 61 64 64 75 57 86 86 75 64 36 26 61 64 63 Vic Seixas-Tony Trabert Lew Hoad-Ken Rosewall Ken McGregor-Frank Sedgman Ken McGregor-Frank Sedgman Billy Talbert-Tony Trabert Richard Gonzales-Frank Parker Lennart Bergelin-Jaroslav Drobny Eustace Fannin-Eric Sturgess Marcel Bernard-Yvon Petra Lew Hoad-Ken Rosewall Mervyn Rose-C. Kirby-N. Donald Budge 1937 Henner Henkel 1936 Gottfried von Cramm 1935 Fred J.B. Tuckey-Pat Hughes V. Perry 60 26 62 26 60 Jean Borotra-Marcel Bernard Gottfried von Cramm 63 36 61 63 Jack Crawford-Adrian Quist John H. Turnbull Jack Crawford-V.G. McGrath-D.B.G.G. McGrath Adrian Quist-V. Farquharson Harry Hopman-J.G.B. Perry 1934 Gottfried von Cramm 1933 John H.P. Donald Budge-Gene Mako N. Donald McNeill 1938 J. II 64 46 57 63 119 Henri Cochet-Jacques Brugnon Rene Lacoste 62 64 63 Vinnie Richards-Howard Kinsey Jean Borotra 75 61 64 Rene Lacoste-Jean Borotra #First year entries were accepted from all countries **Closed to contract professionals in 1972 YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 BOYS’ JUNIOR CHAMPIONS Agustin Velotti (ARG) Daniel Berta (SWE) Tsung-Hua Yang (TPE) Uladzimir Ignatik (BLR) Martin Klizan (SVK) Marin Cilic (CRO) Gael Monfils (FRA) Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) Richard Gasquet (FRA) Carlos Cuadrado (ESP) Paul-Henri Mathieu (FRA) Guillermo Coria (ARG) Fernando Gonzalez (CHI) Daniel Elsner (GER) Alberto Martin (ESP) Mariano Zabaleta (ARG) Jacobo Diaz (ESP) Robert Carretero (ESP) Andrei Pavel (ROM) Andrei Medvedev (UKR) Andrea Gaudenzi (ITA) Fabrice Santoro (FRA) Nicolas Pereira (VEN) Guillermo Perez-Roldan (ARG) Guillermo Perez-Roldan (ARG) Jaime Yzaga (PER) Kent Carlsson (SWE) Stefan Edberg (SWE) Tarik Benhabiles (FRA) Mats Wilander (SWE) Henri Leconte (FRA) Ramesh Krishnan (IND) Ivan Lendl (CZE) John McEnroe (USA) Heinz Gunthardt (SUI) Christophe Roger-Vasselin (FRA) Christophe Casa (FRA) Victor Pecci (PAR) Buster Mottram (GBR) Corrado Barazzutti (ITA) Juan Herrera (ESP) Antonio Munoz (ESP) Phil Dent (AUS) 216 MIXED DOUBLES CHAMPIONS Nenad Zimonjic-Katarina Srebotnik Bob Bryan-Liezel Huber Bob Bryan-Victoria Azarenka Andy Ram-Nathalie Dechy Nenad Zimonjic-Katarina Srebotnik Fabrice Santoro-Daniela Hantuchova Richard Gasquet-Tatiana Golovin Mike Bryan-Lisa Raymond Wayne Black-Cara Black Tomas Carbonell-Virginia Ruana Pascual David Adams-Mariaan de Swardt Piet Norval-Katarina Srebotnik Justin Gimelstob-Venus Williams Mahesh Bhupathi-Rika Hiraki Javier Frana-Patricia Tarabini Mark Woodforde-Larisa Savchenko-Neiland Menno Oosting-Kristie Boogert Andrei Olhovskiy-Eugenia Manutokova Todd Woodbridge-Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario Cyril Suk-Helena Sukova Jorge Lozano-Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario Tom Nijssen-Manon Bollegraf Jorge Lozano-Lori McNeil Emilio Sanchez-Pam Shriver Ken Flach-Kathy Jordan Heinz Gunthardt-Martina Navratilova Dick Stockton-Anne Smith Eliot Teltscher-Barbara Jordan John Lloyd-Wendy Turnbull Jimmy Arias-Andrea Jaeger Billy Martin-Anne Smith Bob Hewitt-Wendy Turnbull Pavel Slozil-Renata Tomanova John McEnroe-Mary Carillo Kim Warwick-Illona Kloss Tomas Koch-Fiorella Bonicelli Ivan Molina-Martina Navratilova Claude Barclay-Francoise Durr Kim Warwick-Evonne Goolagong Claude Barclay-Francoise Durr Bob Hewitt-Billie Jean King Marty Riessen-Margaret Court Claude Barclay-Francoise Durr .

Thomaz Bellucci 62 75 64. 2000 Round 16: Franco Squillari d. Djokovic d. Final: Nadal d. Julien Benneteau d. Final: Nadal d. Grosjean 76(2) 64 64. Magnus Norman d. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 61 67(5) 61 64. Tommy Haas 61 76(9) 64. Tommy Robredo d. Carlos Moya d. Martin Vassallo Arguello 64 64 64. Roger Federer d. Safin 64 63 46 75. Arnaud Clement 62 75 75. Ferrero 61 60 46 63. Pavel 76(5) 75 75. Albert Costa d. JoWilfried Tsonga 62 Ret. Ferrero 64 64 63. Mikhail Youzhny 76(3) 64 64. Filippo Volandri 62 75 61. Berdych d. Ferrero d. Federer 61 63 60. Gonzalez 26 62 63 64. Almagro 61 61 61. Agassi 16 61 61 63. Quarterfinals: Squillari d. Hewitt 63 62 62. Younes El Aynaoui 64 61 63. Mark Philippoussis 62 62 36 63. Semifinals: Soderling d.ATPWorldTour. Corretja 67(3) 75 62 60. Moya 75 76(3) 63. Nikolay Davydenko d. Alex Corretja d. Marcos Baghdatis 26 61 63 64. Julien Benneteau 64 75 75. Federer d. Juan Ignacio Chela d. Moya 64 63 60. Carlos Moya d. Federer d. Gustavo Kuerten 64 75 64. Ljubicic 64 62 76(7). Canas 75 36 67(3) 64 60. Gustavo Kuerten 64 16 76(2) 64. Corretja 63 64 36 63. Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Nikolay Davydenko d. Fernando Verdasco 61 60 62. Gonzalez 63 75 57 46 64. 2001 Round 16: Gustavo Kuerten d. *For complete Open Era Round of 16 results please visit the Rankings and Statistics section on www. Gaston Gaudio d. Tim Henman d. Federer 16 61 64 76(4). Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Andre Agassi d. Rafael Nadal 62 67(2) 64 76(2). Tommy Robredo d. Monfils 76(6) 62 64. Rafael Nadal d. Djokovic 36 26 62 76(3) 64. Lleyton Hewitt 67(1) 76(13) 64 63. Marat Safin 75 16 61 46 86. Monfils d. Robby Ginepri 64 26 61 62. Norman 62 63 26 76. Fernando Gonzalez d. Marin Cilic 64 75 63. Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Paul-Henri Mathieu 64 63 64. Roger Federer d. Paul-Henri Mathieu 46 36 63 63 63. 2007 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Final: Costa d. Semifinals: Ferrero d. Gaston Gaudio 63 64 36 63. Djokovic 75 64 62. Lleyton Hewitt d. Robredo 75 16 61 62. Ferrer 75 62 60. Coria d. Robredo 36 61 62 46 64. Verkerk 61 63 62. Radek Stepanek 46 62 16 63 63. Nadal d. Squillari 61 64 63. David Nalbandian d.com 217 . Agassi 63 57 75 63. Andreev 63 63 63. Yevgeny Kafelnikov d. Novak Djokovic d. Moya 63 64 57 46 86. Mariano Zabaleta 64 76(4) 57 67(4) 63. Carlos Moya d. Fernando Verdasco 62 62 64. David Nalbandian 63 46 57 61 62. Mariano Zabaleta 63 62 75. Semifinals: Costa d. Semifinals: Federer d. Guillermo Canas d. Gonzalez d. Cedric Pioline 64 16 63 75. 2002 Round 16: Guillermo Canas d. Marat Safin d. Mariano Puerta d. Melzer 62 63 76(6). Semifinals: Federer d. Ernests Gulbis d. Tommy Robredo d. Norman d. Andrei Pavel d. Franco Squillari 46 62 64 16 60. Fernando Verdasco 61 46 61 64. Soderling 61 76(1) 64. Final: Nadal d. Corretja d. Ivan Ljubicic d. Corretja d. Nadal d. Gaston Gaudio 26 64 76(5) 57 64. Olivier Mutis 46 62 76(5) 62. Davydenko d. Andrei Medvedev 60 64 62. Chela 62 64 64. Nicolas Almagro d. Djokovic 64 64 ret. Nadal d. Quarterfinals: Costa d. Hanescu 62 76(3) 63. David Ferrer d. Galo Blanco 63 64 61. Marat Safin 75 64 67(5) 63. Robby Ginepri 76(4) 63 61. Guillermo Coria d. Nicolas Escude 60 ret. Henman 36 64 60 75. 2006 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Andre Agassi d. Nadal d. Jarkko Nieminen 63 63 62. Costa 64 64 26 64. Safin d. Berdych 63 36 57 63 63. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Coria d. Nicolas Kiefer W/O. Kuerten 62 36 64 76(6). Ivan Ljubicic 76(1) 46 63 62. Alberto Martin 5-1 ret. Victor Hanescu 62 64 62. Gael Monfils d. Rafael Nadal d. Ferrero 75 46 26 64 63. Henman d. Federer 63 46 64 63. Puerta 67(6) 63 61 75. Tomas Berdych d. Michael Russell 36 46 76(3) 63 61. Robin Soderling d. Juan Monaco 60 64 62. Tommy Haas 67(4) 57 64 60 62. Nadal d. Igor Andreev d. Benneteau 62 62 63. Teymuraz Gabashvili 76(4) 46 61 64. Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Yevgeny Kafelnikov d. Xavier Malisse 62 75 63. Thomas Enqvist 62 64 62. Guillermo Coria d. Lleyton Hewitt d. Gaston Gaudio 67(3) 61 67(5) 62 64. Puerta d. Davydenko d. Djokovic d. Jose Acasuso 64 61 61. Semifinals: Kuerten d. Melzer d. Stanislas Wawrinka 63 76(5) 62. Davydenko 61 63 61. Jiri Novak 75 63 62. Philipp Kohlschreiber 64 57 76(4) 62. Wayne Arthurs 36 63 64 62. Puerta d. Kafelnikov 61 36 76(3) 64. Corretja d. Juan Martin del Potro d. Semifinals: Norman d. Nadal d.. Robredo 63 64 62. Tomas Berdych 63 62 63. Federer 36 63 75 64. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Final: Nadal d. Ferrero d. Marat Safin d. del Potro 36 76(2) 26 61 64. Youzhny 63 61 62. Igor Andreev 64 75 63. Ljubicic d. 2004 Round 16: Gustavo Kuerten d. Final: Ferrero d. Michael Llodra 64 76(4) 63. Tommy Robredo 76(8) 64 62. Jurgen Melzer d. Martin Verkerk d. Flavio Saretta 62 61 75. Verkerk d. Final: Kuerten d. Corretja 64 64 62. Andy Roddick 64 62 63. Quarterfinals: Soderling d. Ancic 64 63 64. Robredo 26 36 64 75 62. Victor Hanescu d. Final: Nadal d. Almagro 76(2) 76(3) 64. Final: Federer d. Mario Ancic d. Federer 63 46 63 64. Semifinals: Nadal d. Nalbandian d. Alex Corretja d. Rafael Nadal d. Mikhail Youzhny d. Coria 76(4) 64 76(0). Ferrer 63 36 63 61. Davydenko 63 63 26 64. Lleyton Hewitt 62 57 64 62. Nikolay Davydenko d. Kafelnikov 63 36 46 64 62. Nalbandian 36 64 52 ret. Jonas Bjorkman 76(5) 62 75. Sebastien Grosjean d. Gaudio d. Guillermo Canas 36 67(3) 62 63 63. Quarterfinals: Costa d. Gulbis 75 76(3) 75. Lleyton Hewitt 63 61 76(5). Monfils 62 57 63 75. Guillermo Canas d. Quarterfinals: Federer d. 2005 Round 16: Roger Federer d. David Ferrer d. Nicolas Almagro d. Lleyton Hewitt 63 46 62 64. Andy Murray 64 75 63. Ferrero d. Final: Kuerten d. Ferrero d. Arnaud Di Pasquale 36 64 63 62. Novak Djokovic d. Nadal d. Final: Gaudio d. Novak Djokovic d. Grosjean d. Hewitt 64 62 61. Agassi 46 63 62 64. Marin Cilic 75 76(4) 61. Nadal d. Coria d. Jeremy Chardy 76(0) 76(7) 75. Fernando Gonzalez d. Davydenko 75 76(5) 76(7). Tommy Robredo 64 46 26 64 75. Nicolas Lapentti 63 64 76. Nadal d. Federer 75 64 75.. Kuerten d. Nikolay Davydenko d. Xavier Malisse 75 62 76(6). Rafael Nadal d. Gael Monfils 76(5) 76(5) 63. Safin 63 62 64. Coria 06 36 64 61 86. Andre Agassi d. Quarterfinals: Kuerten d. David Nalbandian 63 76(1) 36 76(2). Albert Costa d. Feliciano Lopez 63 75 64. Semifinals: Soderling d. Carlos Moya 61 64 63. Sebastien Grosjean 64 36 60 63. Quarterfinals: Nalbandian d. 2008 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Fernando Gonzalez d. del Potro d. Fernando Vicente 57 63 57 76 86. Guillermo Coria 26 63 76(1) 62. Gonzalez 61 36 61 57 64. Quarterfinals: Soderling d. Soderling 64 62 64 2009 Round 16: Robin Soderling d. Verkerk d. Ruben Ramirez-Hidalgo 63 36 63 62. David Nalbandian d. 2003 Round 16: Tommy Robredo d. Gustavo Kuerten d. Canas 62 36 16 63 64. Albert Costa d. Fabrice Santoro 62 63 64. Andy Murray d. Tommy Robredo 63 64 16 64. Sebastien Grosjean d. Semifinals: Gaudio d. Felix Mantilla 62 61 61. Ferrero d. Rafael Nadal d. Djokovic 64 62 76(3). Nalbandian 63 76(5) 60. Alex Corretja d.. Kuerten d. Canas 75 64 64. Fernando Verdasco 63 63 76(1). Rainer Schuettler 63 63 75. Novak Djokovic d. Roger Federer 75 76 62. Davydenko 63 57 26 64 64. Murray 63 36 60 64.RESULTS FROM ROLAND GARROS ROUND OF 16 SINCE 2000 2010 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Costa 63 76(5) 64. Michael Llodra 67(2) 46 64 63 97. (back). Semifinals: Federer d. Grosjean 63 62 62. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Gael Monfils d.

11 Mos. YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972** 1971 1970 1969 1968* 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 WINNER (SEED) Rafael Nadal(2) Roger Federer(1) Rafael Nadal(2) Roger Federer(1) Roger Federer (1) Roger Federer(1) Roger Federer(1) Roger Federer(4) Lleyton Hewitt(1) Goran Ivanisevic(u) Pete Sampras(1) Pete Sampras(1) Pete Sampras(1) Pete Sampras(1) Richard Krajicek(s) Pete Sampras(2) Pete Sampras(1) Pete Sampras(1) Andre Agassi (12) Michael Stich (6) Stefan Edberg(3) Boris Becker (3) Stefan Edberg(3) Pat Cash(11) Boris Becker(4) Boris Becker(u) John McEnroe(1) John McEnroe(2) Jimmy Connors(2) John McEnroe(2) Bjorn Borg(1) Bjorn Borg(1) Bjorn Borg(1) Bjorn Borg(2) Bjorn Borg(4) Arthur Ashe(6) Jimmy Connors(3) Jan Kodes(2) Stan Smith(1) John Newcombe(2) John Newcombe(2) Rod Laver(1) Rod Laver(1) John Newcombe Manuel Santana Roy Emerson Roy Emerson Chuck McKinley Rod Laver Rod Laver Neale Fraser Alex Olmedo FINALIST (SEED) Tomas Berdych(12) Andy Roddick(5) Roger Federer(1) Rafael Nadal(2) Rafael Nadal (2) Andy Roddick(2) Andy Roddick(2) Mark Philippoussis(u) David Nalbandian(28) Patrick Rafter(3) Patrick Rafter(12) Andre Agassi(4) Goran Ivanisevic(14) Cedric Pioline(u) MaliVai Washington(u) Boris Becker(3) Goran Ivanisevic(4) Jim Courier(3) Goran Ivanisevic(8) Boris Becker(2) Boris Becker(2) Stefan Edberg (2) Boris Becker(6) Ivan Lendl(2) Ivan Lendl(1) Kevin Curren(8) Jimmy Connors(3) Chris Lewis(u) John McEnroe(1) Bjorn Borg(1) John McEnroe(2) Roscoe Tanner(5) Jimmy Connors(2) Jimmy Connors(1) Ilie Nastase(3) Jimmy Connors(1) Ken Rosewall(9) Alex Metreveli(4) Ilie Nastase(2) Stan Smith(4) Ken Rosewall(5) John Newcombe(6) Tony Roche(15) Wilhelm Bungert(u) Dennis Ralston Fred Stolle Fred Stolle Fred Stolle(u) Martin Mulligan(u) Chuck McKinley Rod Laver Rod Laver(u) SCORE 63 75 64 57 76(6) 76(5) 36 1614 64 64 67(5) 67(8) 97 76(7) 46 76(3) 26 62 60 76(5) 67(2) 63 62 76(2) 64 46 75 76 64 76(5) 62 76(3) 61 63 62 63 36 63 26 97 67 76 64 62 63 64 75 67 76 64 36 62 64 62 64 63 64 63 67 62 64 62 76 76 60 76 76 36 63 67 64 64 16 64 64 76 64 62 62 36 36 64 60 76 64 46 76 64 62 76 62 75 64 63 75 63 67 76 64 61 61 62 62 62 62 36 63 67 76 64 46 76 76 64 16 75 63 67 86 67 61 36 63 64 62 62 63 36 62 61 57 64 64 62 97 61 61 57 64 61 61 64 61 98 63 46 63 63 46 75 63 57 26 64 64 57 63 62 36 61 64 57 64 64 63 64 62 63 61 61 64 119 64 62 64 64 64 1210 46 63 97 61 64 62 62 61 63 61 64 64 36 97 75 64 63 64 DOUBLES WINNERS Jurgen Melzer-Philipp Petzschner Daniel Nestor-Nenad Zimonjic Daniel Nestor-Nenad Zimonjic Arnaud Clement-Michael Llodra Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Stephen Huss-Wesley Moodie Jonas Bjorkman-Todd Woodbridge Jonas Bjorkman-Todd Woodbridge Jonas Bjorkman-Todd Woodbridge Donald Johnson-Jared Palmer Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Mahesh Bhupathi-Leander Paes Jacco Eltingh-Paul Haarhuis Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde John McEnroe-Michael Stich John Fitzgerald-Anders Jarryd Rick Leach-Jim Pugh John Fitzgerald-Anders Jarryd Ken Flach-Robert Seguso Ken Flach-Robert Seguso Joakim Nystrom-Mats Wilander Heinz Gunthardt-Balazs Taroczy Peter Fleming-John McEnroe Peter Fleming-John McEnroe Peter McNamara-Paul McNamee Peter Fleming-John McEnroe Peter McNamara-Paul McNamee Peter Fleming-John McEnroe Bob Hewitt-Frew McMillan Geoff Masters-Ross Case Brian Gottfried-Raul Ramirez Vitas Gerulaitis-Sandy Mayer John Newcombe-Tony Roche Jimmy Connors-Ilie Nastase Bob Hewitt-Frew McMillan Roy Emerson-Rod Laver John Newcombe-Tony Roche John Newcombe-Tony Roche John Newcombe-Tony Roche Bob Hewitt-Frew McMillan Ken Fletcher-John Newcombe John Newcombe-Tony Roche Bob Hewitt-Fred Stolle Rafael Osuna-Antonio Palafox Bob Hewitt-Fred Stolle Roy Emerson-Neale Fraser Rafael Osuna-Dennis Ralston Roy Emerson-Neale Fraser FINALISTS Robert Lindstedt-Horia Tecau Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Jonas Bjorkman-Kevin Ullyett Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Fabrice Santoro-Nenad Zimonjic Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Julian Knowle-Nenad Zimonjic Mahesh Bhupathi-Max Mirnyi Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor Jiri Novak-David Rikl Paul Haarhuis-Sandon Stolle Paul Haarhuis-Jared Palmer Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Jacco Eltingh-Paul Haarhuis Byron Black-Grant Connell Rick Leach-Scott Melville Grant Connell-Patrick Galbraith Grant Connell-Patrick Galbraith Jim Grabb-Richey Reneberg Javier Frana-Leonardo Lavalle Pieter Aldrich-Danie Visser Rick Leach-Jim Pugh John Fitzgerald-Anders Jarryd Sergio Casal-Emilio Sanchez Gary Donnelly-Peter Fleming Pat Cash-John Fitzgerald Pat Cash-Paul McNamee Tim Gullikson-Tom Gullikson Peter Fleming-John McEnroe Bob Lutz-Stan Smith Bob Lutz-Stan Smith Brian Gottfried-Raul Ramirez Peter Fleming-John McEnroe John Alexander-Phil Dent Ross Case-Geoff Masters Colin Dowdeswell-Allan Stone Bob Lutz-Stan Smith John Cooper-Neale Fraser Stan Smith-Erik van Dillen Arthur Ashe-Dennis Ralston Ken Rosewall-Fred Stolle Tom Okker-Marty Riessen Ken Rosewall-Fred Stolle Roy Emerson-Ken Fletcher Bill Bowrey-Owen Davidson Ken Fletcher-Bob Hewitt Roy Emerson-Ken Fletcher Jean Claude Barclay-Pierre Darmon Boro Jovanovic-Nikki Pilic Bob Hewitt-Fred Stolle Mike Davies-Bobby Wilson Rod Laver-Bob Mark 218 . The same system applied in the men’s doubles from 1886 to 1921.7 John McEnroe 59 .12 Pete Sampras 63 . the presence of the previous year’s winner in the last match means that the title was decided in a challenge round.WIMBLEDON CHAMPIONSHIPS HISTORY OPEN ERA TITLE LEADERS (SINCE 1968) 7. It never applied in the women’s or mixed doubles.Rod Laver (1961. ’68.11 YOUNGEST CHAMPION Boris Becker.18 Boris Becker 71 .) From 1877 to 1921 the men’s singles was decided on a challenge round system.Todd Woodbridge (1993-97.Roger Federer (2003-07. ’62. from 1877 until 1921 when the club moved to Church Road. The Championships were staged at the All England Club. the previous year’s winner standing out until a winner of the so-called All Comers event qualified to challenge. Worple Road. ‘83-84... 1975 (31 Yrs. ‘92) MATCH WINS LEADERS (SINCE 1968) Jimmy Connors 84 .) OLDEST CHAMPION Arthur Ashe.Pete Sampras (1993-95. ’97-2000) 6. ‘04) 6. 1985 (17 Yrs. Wimbledon. Wimbledon. ’69)* *1961 and ’62 before Open Era OPEN ERA DOUBLES TITLE LEADERS 9. ‘09) 5. ‘81. 7 Mos.Mark Woodforde (1993-97. 2000) 5. In those years.John McEnroe (1979. ‘02.Bjorn Borg (1976-80) 4. 2000.

Billy Sidwell Gardnar Mulloy-Ted Schroeder Tom Brown-Gardnar Mulloy Tony Mottram-O. Doherty-H. Collins Gerald Patterson-J. Tilden.G. Gore 64 64 46 64 H. Richardson J. Ritchie Arthur W. Roper Barrett 63 62 46 36 64 Anthony F. Dixon Maurice McLoughlin 86 63 108 H. II 1929 Henri Cochet 1928 Rene Lacoste 1927 Henri Cochet 1926 Jean Borotra 1925 Rene Lacoste 1924 Jean Borotra 1923 William M. Tilden. Brookes-Anthony F.B.W. Gore 64 75 46 62 Anthony F. Patterson 1921 William T.B.E. Laurie Doherty H. Williams-Watson M. Hope Crispe-E. Farrar-A. Leger Gould 62 64 62 L. Russell John T. Patterson Norman E.A.J. Colin Gregory-Ian G. Laurie Doherty 1901 Arthur W. Kingscote-J. Norton Gerald L. WildingBeals C. Smith-Frank Riseley Frank L.B.J. Doherty-H.W. Stanley Herbert F.G. Laurie Doherty H. Lyon J.W. Lawford 75 62 46 75 William Renshaw-Ernest Renshaw C. Hillyard Ernest Renshaw 64 61 36 60 William Renshaw-Ernest Renshaw E. Doherty 1899 Reggie F.G. Mahoney-M. Barlow-C. Doherty-H. Wright-Karl Behr Frank L. Laurie Doherty Sidney H. Hartley 1878 P. Donald Budge 1936 Fred J. Hillyard Herbert F. Lewis-W. Dixon Andre Gobert-Max Decugis H.E. Laurie Doherty Dwight Davis-Holcombe Ward Sidney H. Gore 64 63 36 60 Sidney H. Down-H. Roper Barrett M.O. Gore-H. Doherty 1897 Reggie F. Garland R. Laurie Doherty Norman F. Doeg-George M.T. Hartley 1879 John T.F. Doherty-H. 1948 Bob Falkenburg 1947 Jack Kramer 1946 Yvon Petra 1940-45 No competition 1939 Bobby Riggs 1938 J. Barratt Smith Herbert F.G. Doherty 1896 Harold S. Doherty-H.R.W. Rahe-Heinrich Kleinschroth Arthur W. Perry 1933 Jack Crawford 1932 Ellsworth Vines 1931 Sidney B.W. Laurie Doherty Wilfred Baddeley-Herbert Baddeley Wilfred Baddeley 62 68 57 86 63 Wilfred Baddeley-Herbert Baddeley Reggie F. Williams Ernest Renshaw 26 63 63 46 63 C.W. Laurie Doherty 63 63 26 57 61 Reggie F. Donald Budge 1937 J. Wilberforce-P.W. WildingH. Lowe A. Mahoney 64 64 63 Reggie F. Lewis-G. Lewis-E. Doherty-H. Doherty 1898 Reggie F.W. Andre Gobert-Max Decugis Anthony F.L. Brown Elwood Cooke Henry Austin Gottfried von Cramm Gottfried von Cramm Gottfried von Cramm Jack Crawford Ellsworth Vines Henry Austin Francis X. Doherty 46 75 64 64 Reggie F.O. St. Lewis-H. Hartley-R. Barlow Joshua Pim 46 63 63 62 E. Perry-G.J. Laurie Doherty H. Nisbet-C. Tilden. Pat Hughes Jacques Brugnon-Henri Cochet John H. Brookes 1913 Anthony F. Stoefen Jean Borotra-Jacques Brugnon Jean Borotra-Jacques Brugnon George M. Lowe-Frank G.V. Laurie Doherty 1903 H. Wilding 1909 Arthur W. Vaughan Herbert F. Billy Sidwell Geoff Brown-Dinny Pails Charles Hare-Frank Wilde Henner Henkel-George von Metasa Pat Hughes-Raymond Tuckey Charles Hare-Frank Wilde Wilmer Allison-John Van Ryn Jean Borotra-Jacques Brugnon Ryosuke Nunoi-Jiro Satoh Fred J.B.T. Lawford 60 62 26 63 William Renshaw-Ernest Renshaw O. II 1920 William T. Schroeder Jr. Gore 75 61 97 William C. Shields Wilmer Allison(u) Jean Borotra Henri Cochet Jean Borotra Howard Kinsey Jean Borotra Rene Lacoste Francis T. Brookes 36 63 64 1311 62 61 62 62 46 75 64 63 75 61 62 46 75 64 97 63 64 46 63 62 63 64 64 64 61 810 62 63 36 60 63 46 64 75 06 62 36 75 61 63 62 62 64 79 57 64 26 86 36 63 62 61 60 63 63 64 62 61 61 60 62 64 64 63 60 75 46 119 62 26 64 64 62 60 w. Woodhouse-C. Doherty-H. Barlow Wilfred Baddeley-Herbert Baddeley Joshua Pim 64 16 75 60 Wilfred Baddeley-Herbert Baddeley Joshua Pim-F. Roper Barrett Arthur W. Williams-Chuck S. Lott-Lester R. Stanley Herbert F.A.J.A. Wilding-M. Wilding 1910 Anthony F. Lawford 60 57 63 64 William Renshaw-Ernest Renshaw C.W. Russell-R. Smith 68 63 61 62 Reggie F. Godfree-Randolph Lycett James O. Ritchie Arthur W.E.1958 Ashley Cooper 1957 Lew Hoad 1956 Lew Hoad 1955 Tony Trabert 1954 Jaroslav Drobny 1953 Vic Seixas 1952 Frank Sedgman 1951 Dick Savitt 1950 Budge Patty 1949 Fred R.A.J. Ritchie Arthur W. Lyon Ernest Renshaw 16 63 36 64 64 Herbert W. Lewis-H. Lewis-G. Pat Hughes-Raymond Tuckey Jack Crawford-Adrian Quist George M. Eaves Wilfred Baddeley 108 62 86 Wilfred Baddeley-Herbert Baddeley H. 1930 William T. Laurie Doherty 1904 H. Anderson-Randolph Lycett Randolph Lycett-Max Woosnam Richard N. Roper Barrett-Charles P. Horn-C. Wilding 64 64 75 Norman E. Lawford 1886 William Renshaw 1885 William Renshaw 1884 William Renshaw 1883 William Renshaw 1882 William Renshaw 1881 William Renshaw 1880 John T. Washburn Count de Gomar-Eduardo Flaquer Gerald Patterson-Pat O’Hara Wood Arthur H. Cole V. Brookes-Anthony F. Gore-H. Heath Anthony F. Wilding 1912 Anthony F. Durant-G. Smith-Frank Riseley Frank L. Wilding-M. Farrar-A. 63 97 64 64 63 64 61 46 64 62 46 46 63 64 75 86 61 63 63 63 46 86 61 36 61 36 64 60 63 61 63 64 62 46 26 61 60 75 26 63 62 64 63 75 62 Sven Davidson-Ulf Schmidt Budge Patty-Gardnar Mulloy Lew Hoad-Ken Rosewall Rex Hartwig-Lew Hoad Rex Hartwig-Mervyn Rose Lew Hoad-Ken Rosewall Ken McGregor-Frank Sedgman Ken McGregor-Frank Sedgman John Bromwich-Adrian Quist Richard Gonzales-Frank Parker John Bromwich-Frank Sedgman Bob Falkenburg-Jack Kramer Tom Brown-Jack Kramer Elwood Cooke-Bobby Riggs Don Budge-Gene Mako Don Budge-Gene Mako. Grinstead-C. Laurie Doherty 1905 H. Gore 1907 Norman E. Laurie Doherty Harold S.B.R. Lawford 63 75 60 William Renshaw-Ernest Renshaw Herbert W. Perry 1934 Fred J. Lott J.COM 219 . Brown Geoff E. Martin Wilfred Baddeley 36 61 63 62 Joshua Pim-F. Johnston 1922 Gerald L. Brookes 1906 H. Ritchie Arthur W. Weldon C.J. Hunter Randolph Lycett Brian I.G. Cecil Parke Randolph Lycett-R.E. Mahoney 1895 Wilfred Baddeley 1894 Joshua Pim 1893 Joshua Pim 1892 Wilfred Baddeley 1891 Wilfred Baddeley 1890 William J.J. Doherty-H. Riseley 64 46 62 63 Sidney H. Patterson 1915-18 No competition 1914 Norman E.E. Frank Hadow 1877 Spencer W. Lawford F. Parker H. Roper Barrett-Charles P. Gore-H.S.o.J.W. Riseley 75 63 60 Reggie F. Ritchie 68 16 62 62 62 Arthur W. Doherty-H. Gore *Open Championships began in 1968 **Closed to contract professionals Neale Fraser Ashley Cooper Ken Rosewall Kurt Nielsen(u) Ken Rosewall Kurt Nielsen(u) Jaroslav Drobny Ken McGregor Frank Sedgman Jaroslav Drobny John Bromwich Tom P. Stoker E. Wilding-M.S. Marshall 61 62 64 (u) = unseeded (s) = seeded but not numbered by championship committee ATPWORLDTOUR. Gore 1900 Reggie F. Laurie Doherty Reggie F. Smith-Frank Riseley Reggie F. Nisbet-C. Wood Jr. Doherty-H. Roper Barrett-H.S. II 1919 Gerald L. Nisbet Wilberforce V. Hamilton 1889 William Renshaw 1888 Ernest Renshaw 1887 Herbert F.W. Lawford 60 64 97 William Renshaw-Ernest Renshaw E. Stoker E. Hobart Harold S. Hobart H.J. Thomas-Pat O’Hara Wood Ashley Cooper-Neale Fraser Neale Fraser-Lew Hoad Nicola Pietrangeli-Orlando Sirola Neale Fraser-Ken Rosewall Vic Seixas-Tony Trabert Rex Hartwig-Mervyn Rose Vic Seixas-Eric Sturgess Jaroslav Drobny-Eric Sturgess Geoff Brown-O. Hawkes Jacques Brugnon-Henri Cochet Howard Kinsey-Vincent Richards J. Nisbet Arthur W. Gore 64 62 62 Norman E. Roper Barrett 64 46 26 62 ret. Perry 1935 Fred J.O. Roper Barrett-Charles P. Tilden.A. Wilding 1911 Anthony F. Riseley 61 75 86 Reggie F. Laurie Doherty Sidney H. Roper Barrett Stanley Doust-H. Brookes 86 62 64 Reggie F. Lott-John Van Ryn Wilmer Allison-John Van Ryn Wilmer Allison-John Van Ryn Jacques Brugnon-Henri Cochet Frank Hunter-William T. G. Stoker William Renshaw 68 62 36 61 61 Joshua Pim-F. Doherty-H.V. Gore 1908 Arthur W. Gore 16 46 62 63 63 Reggie F. Eaves 46 26 86 62 63 Wilfred Baddeley-Herbert Baddeley E. Hennessey-R. Erskine-Herbert F. Dixon F. Milford Ernest Renshaw 61 26 46 62 62 John T. Tabor (PLAYED FROM 1879 TO 1883 AT OXFORD) Spencer W.H.G. Laurie Doherty 1902 H. Casey Richard N. Hartley 60 61 61 William Renshaw-Ernest Renshaw W. Smith-Frank Riseley Reggie F. II Jacques Brugnon-Henri Cochet Jean Borotra-Rene Lacoste Frank Hunter-Vincent Richards Leslie A.C. Wilberforce-P.

YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

MIXED DOUBLES CHAMPIONS Leander Paes-Cara Black Mark Knowles-Anna-Lena Groenefeld Bob Bryan-Samantha Stosur Jamie Murray-Jelena Jankovic Andy Ram-Vera Zvonareva Mahesh Bhupathi-Mary Pierce Wayne Black-Cara Black Leander Paes-Martina Navratilova Mahesh Bhupathi-Elena Likhovtseva Leos Friedl-Daniela Hantuchova Donald Johnson-Kimberly Po Leander Paes-Lisa Raymond Max Mirnyi-Serena Williams Cyril Suk-Helena Sukova Cyril Suk-Helena Sukova BOYS’ JUNIOR CHAMPIONS Marton Fucsovics (HUN) Andrey Kuznetsov (RUS) Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) Donald Young (USA) Thiemo De Bakker (NED) Jeremy Chardy (FRA) Gael Monfils (FRA) Florin Mergea (ROM) Todd Reid (AUS) Roman Valent (SUI) Nicolas Mahut (FRA) Jurgen Melzer (AUT) Roger Federer (SUI) Wesley Whitehouse (RSA) Vladimir Voltchkov (BLR)

1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Jonathan Stark-Martina Navratilova Todd Woodbridge-Helena Sukova Mark Woodforde-Martina Navratilova Cyril Suk-Larisa Savchenko-Neiland John Fitzgerald-Liz Smylie Rick Leach-Zina Garrison Jim Pugh-Jana Novotna Sherwood Stewart-Zina Garrison Jeremy Bates-Jo Durie Ken Flach-Kathy Jordan Paul McNamee-Martina Navratilova John Lloyd-Wendy Turnbull John Lloyd-Wendy Turnbull Kevin Curren-Anne Smith Frew McMillan-Betty Stove

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John Austin-Tracy Austin Bob Hewitt-Greer Stevens Frew McMillan-Betty Stove Bob Hewitt-Greer Stevens Tony Roche-Francoise Durr Marty Riessen-Margaret Court Owen Davidson-Billie Jean King Owen Davidson-Billie Jean King Ilie Nastase-Rosie Casals Owen Davidson-Billie Jean King Ilie Nastase-Rosie Casals Fred Stolle-Ann Jones Ken Fletcher-Margaret Court

1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

Oliver Mutis (FRA) Scott Humphries (USA) Razvan Sabau (ROM) David Skoch (CZE) Thomas Enqvist (SWE) Leander Paes (IND) Nicklas Kulti (SWE) Nicolas Pereira (VEN) Diego Nargiso (ITA) Eduardo Velev (MEX) Leonardo Lavalle (MEX) Mark Kratzmann (AUS) Stefan Edberg (SWE) Pat Cash (AUS) Matt Anger (USA)

1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968

Thierry Tulasne (FRA) Ramesh Krishnan (IND) Ivan Lendl (CZE) Van Winitsky (USA) Heinz Gunthardt (SUI) Chris Lewis (NZL) Billy Martin (USA) Billy Martin (USA) Bjorn Borg (SWE) Robert Kreiss (USA) Byron Bertram (RSA) Byron Bertram (RSA) John Alexander (ESP)

RESULTS FROM WIMBLEDON
ROUND OF 16 SINCE 2000
2010 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Jurgen Melzer 63 62 63; Tomas Berdych d. Daniel Brands 46 76(1) 75 63; Novak Djokovic d. Lleyton Hewitt 75 64 36 64; Yen-Hsun Lu d. Andy Roddick 46 76(3) 76(4) 67(5) 97; Jo-Wilfried Tsonga d. Julien Benneteau 61 64 36 61; Andy Murray d. Sam Querrey 75 63 64; Rafael Nadal d. Robin Soderling 36 63 76(4) 61. Quarterfinals: Berdych d. Federer 64 36 61 64; Djokovic d. Lu 63 62 62; Murray d. Tsonga 67(5) 76(5) 62 62; Nadal d. Soderling 36 63 76(4) 61. Semifinals: Berdych d. Djokovic 63 76(9) 63; Nadal d. Murray 64 76(4) 64. Final: Nadal d. Berdych 63 75 64. 2009 Round 16: Lleyton Hewitt d. Radek Stepanek 46 26 61 62 62; Andy Roddick d. Tomas Berdych 76(4) 64 63; Andy Murray d. Stanislas Wawrinka 26 63 63 57 63; Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Gilles Simon 76(4) 63 62; Tommy Haas d. Igor Andreev 76(8) 64 64; Novak Djokovic d. Dudi Sela 62 64 61; Ivo Karlovic d. Fernando Verdasco 76(5) 67(4) 63 76(9); Roger Federer d. Robin Soderling 64 76(5) 76(5). Quarterfinals: Roddick d. Hewitt 63 67(10) 76(1) 46 64; Murray d. Ferrero 75 63 62; Haas d. Djokovic 75 76(6) 46 63; Federer d. Karlovic 63 75 76(3). Semifinals: Roddick d. Murray 64 46 76(7) 76(5); Federer d. Haas 76(3) 75 63. Final: Federer d. Roddick 57 76(6) 76(5) 36 1614. 2008 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Lleyton Hewitt 76(7) 62 64; Mario Ancic d. Fernando Verdasco 36 46 63 64 1311; Marat Safin d. Stanislas Wawrinka 64 63 57 61; Feliciano Lopez d. Marcos Baghdatis 57 62 36 76(4) 86; Rainer Schuettler d. Janko Tipsarevic 64 36 64 76(4); Arnaud Clement d. Marin Cilic 63 75 62; Andy Murray d. Richard Gasquet 57 36 76(3) 62 64; Rafael Nadal d. Mikhail Youzhny 63 63 61. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Ancic 61 75 64; Safin d. Lopez 36 75 76(1) 63; Schuettler d. Clement 63 57 76(6) 67(7) 86; Nadal d. Murray 63 62 64. Semifinals: Federer d. Safin 63 76(3) 64; Nadal d. Schuettler 61 76(3) 64. Final: Nadal d. Federer 64 64 67(5) 67(8) 97. 2007 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Tommy Haas W/O (stomach); Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Janko Tipsarevic 75 63 76(5); Andy Roddick d. Paul-Henri Mathieu 62 75 76(6); Richard Gasquet d. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 64 63 64; Marcos Baghdatis d. Nikolay Davydenko 76(5) 76(5) 63; Novak Djokovic d. Lleyton Hewitt 76(8) 76(2) 46 76(5); Tomas Berdych d. Jonas Bjorkman 64 60 67(6) 60; Rafael Nadal d. Mikhail Youzhny 46 36 61 62 62. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Ferrero 76(2) 36 61 63; Gasquet d. Roddick 46 46 76(2) 76(3) 86; Djokovic d. Baghdatis 76(4) 76(9) 67(3) 46 75; Nadal d. Berdych 76(1) 64 62. Semifinals: Federer d. Gasquet 75 63 64; Nadal d. Djokovic 36 61 41 ret. Final: Federer d. Nadal 76(7) 46 76(3) 26 62.

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2006 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Tomas Berdych 63 63 64; Mario Ancic d. Novak Djokovic 64 46 46 75 63; Radek Stepanek d. Fernando Verdasco 67(4) 63 46 64 62; Jonas Bjorkman d. Max Mirnyi 63 76(6) 46 26 63; Lleyton Hewitt d. David Ferrer 64 64 46 75; Marcos Baghdatis d. Andy Murray 63 64 76(2); Jarkko Nieminen d. Dmitry Tursunov 75 64 67(2) 67(6) 97; Rafael Nadal d. Irakli Labadze 63 76(4) 63. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Ancic 64 64 64; Bjorkman d. Stepanek 76(3) 46 67(5) 76(7) 64; Baghdatis d. Hewitt 61 57 76(5) 62; Nadal d. Nieminen 63 64 64. Semifinals: Federer d. Bjorkman 62 60 62; Nadal d. Baghdatis 61 75 63. Final: Federer d. Nadal 60 76(5) 67(2) 63. 2005 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Juan Carlos Ferrero 63 64 76(6); Fernando Gonzalez d. Mikhail Youzhny 76(3) 76(5) 63; Lleyton Hewitt d. Taylor Dent 64 64 67(7) 63; Feliciano Lopez d. Mario Ancic 64 64 62; Thomas Johansson d. Max Mirnyi 64 75 64; David Nalbandian d. Richard Gasquet 64 76(3) 60; Sebastien Grosjean d. Dmitry Tursunov 64 67(5) 63 36 61; Andy Roddick d. Guillermo Coria 63 76(1) 64. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Gonzalez 75 62 76(2); Hewitt d. Lopez 75 64 76(2); Johansson d. Nalbandian 76(5) 62 62; Roddick d. Grosjean 36 62 61 36 63. Semifinals: Federer d. Hewitt 63 64 76(4); Roddick d. Johansson 67(6) 62 76(10) 76(5). Final: Federer d. Roddick 62 76(2) 64. 2004 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Ivo Karlovic 63 76(3) 76(5); Lleyton Hewitt d. Carlos Moya 64 62 46 76(3); Florian Mayer d. Joachim Johansson 63 67(5) 76(5) 64; Sebastien Grosjean d. Robby Ginepri 62 62 76(4); Tim Henman d. Mark Philippoussis 62 75 67(3) 76(5); Mario Ancic d. Xavier Malisse 75 31 ret.; Sjeng Schalken d. Vincent Spadea 62 75 36 62; Andy Roddick d. Alexander Popp 75 64 64. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Hewitt 61 67(1) 60 64; Grosjean d. Mayer 75 64 62; Ancic d. Henman 76(5) 64 62; Roddick d. Schalken 76(4) 76(9) 63. Semifinals: Federer d. Grosjean 62 63 76(6); Roddick d. Ancic 64 46 75 75. Final: Federer d. Roddick 46 75 76(3) 64. 2003 Round 16: Jonas Bjorkman d. Max Mirnyi 64 36 63 76(4); Andy Roddick d. Paradorn Srichaphan 64 36 63 62; Roger Federer d. Feliciano Lopez 76(5) 64 64; Sjeng Schalken d. Rainer Schuettler 75 64 75; Tim Henman d. David Nalbandian 62 67(4) 75 63; Sebastien Grosjean d. Juan Carlos Ferrero 62 46 76(2) 76(3); Alexander Popp d. Olivier Rochus 57 63 64 62; Mark Philippoussis d. Andre Agassi 63 26 67(4) 63 64. Quarterfinals: Roddick d. Bjorkman 64 62 64; Federer d. Schalken 63 64 64; Grosjean d. Henman 76(8) 63 36 64; Philippoussis d. Popp 46 46 63 63 86. Semifinals: Federer d. Roddick 76(6) 63 63; Philippoussis d. Grosjean 76(3) 63 63. Final: Federer d. Philippoussis 76(5) 62 76(3). 2002 Round 16: Lleyton Hewitt d. Mikhail Youzhny 63 63 75; Sjeng Schalken d. Jan Vacek 62 75 75; Tim Henman d. Michel Kratochvil 76(5) 67(2) 46 63 62; Andre Sa d. Feliciano Lopez 63 75 46 63; Xavier Malisse d. Greg Rusedski 36 63 36 63 64; Richard Krajicek d. Mark Philippoussis 67(2) 76(4) 67(1) 76(5) 64; David Nalbandian d. Wayne Arthurs 64 76(4) 26 76(7); Nicolas Lapentti d. Arnaud Clement 36 75 26 75 63. Quarterfinals: Hewitt d. Schalken 62 62 67(5) 16 75; Henman d. Sa' 63 57 64 63; Malisse d. Krajicek 61 46 62 36 97; Nalbandian d. Lapentti 64 64 46 46 64. Semifinals: Hewitt d. Henman 75 61 75; Nalbandian d. Malisse 76(2) 64 16 26 62. Final: Hewitt d. Nalbandian 61 63 62. 2001 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Pete Sampras 76(7) 57 64 67(2) 75; Tim Henman d. Todd Martin 67(3) 76(5) 46 63 62; Marat Safin d. Arnaud Clement 60 63 62; Goran Ivanisevic d. Greg Rusedski 76(5) 64 64; Thomas Enqvist d. Guillermo Canas 63 63 61; Patrick Rafter d. Mikhail Youzhny 26 63 62 75; Nicolas Escude d. Lleyton Hewitt 46 64 63 46 64; Andre Agassi d. Nicolas Escude 63 75 75. Quarterfinals: Henman d. Federer 75 76(6) 26 76(6); Ivanisevic d. Safin 76(2) 75 36 76(3); Rafter d. Enqvist 61 63 76(5); Agassi d. Escude 67(3) 63 64 62. Semifinals: Ivanisevic d. Henman 75 67(6) 06 76(5) 63; Rafter d. Agassi 26 63 36 62 86. Final: Ivanisevic d. Rafter 63 36 63 26 97. 2000 Round 16: Pete Sampras d. Jonas Bjorkman 63 62 75; Jan-Michael Gambill d. Thomas Enqvist 76 36 63 64; Byron Black d. Gianluca Pozzi 46 76 62 64; Vladimir Voltchkov d. Wayne Ferreira 63 64 76; Patrick Rafter d. Thomas Johansson 63 64 67 61; Alexander Popp d. Marc Rosset 61 64 36 46 61; Mark Philippoussis d. Tim Henman 61 57 67 63 64; Andre Agassi d. David Prinosil 64 63 63. Quarterfinals: Sampras d. Gambill 64 67 64 64; Voltchkov d. Black 76 76 64; Rafter d. Popp 63 62 76; Agassi d. Philippoussis 76 63 64. Semifinals: Sampras d. Voltchkov 76 62 64; Rafter d. Agassi 75 46 75 46 63. Final: Sampras d. Rafter 67 76 64 62.

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US OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS HISTORY ATP FACTS AND FIGURES OPEN ERA TITLE LEADERS (SINCE 1968) OPEN ERA DOUBLES TITLE LEADERS
5- Jimmy Connors (1974, ’76, ’78, ’82-83) Roger Federer (2004-08) Pete Sampras (1990, ’93, ’95-96, 2002) 4- John McEnroe (1979, ’80-81, ’84) 3- Ivan Lendl (1985, ’86-87) MATCH WINS LEADERS (SINCE 1968) Jimmy Connors 98 - 17 Andre Agassi 79 - 19 Ivan Lendl 73 - 13 Pete Sampras 71 - 9 4- Bob Lutz (1968, ‘74, ‘78, ‘80) John McEnroe (1979, ‘81, ‘83, ‘89) Stan Smith (1968, ‘74, ‘78, ‘80)

YOUNGEST CHAMPION Pete Sampras, 1990 (19 Yrs.) OLDEST CHAMPION Ken Rosewall, 1970 (35 Yrs.,10 Mos.)

In 1924, after the completion of the West Side Tennis Club Stadium, the championship returned to Forest Hills, and was held there through 1977, when it moved to the USTA’s new tennis complex at Flushing Meadows, N.Y. National Championships of the United States Tennis Association were provided for when that body was organized, May 21, 1881. The first championship of the United States under uniform conditions, open to all comers and sanctioned by the National Association, was held at The Casino, Newport, R.I., in August 1881, and for 34 years thereafter without interruption. Before 1890, the national doubles championship was played in conjunction with the singles tournament. From 1890 to 1906 tournaments were held in the East and West, and the sectional winners at these meets then played off for the privilege of meeting the standing-out champions in the challenge round. The 1918 championship was a playing-through tournament, the sectional and preliminary doubles and the challenge round having been done away with. In 1919 the plan of the qualifying sectional winners was restored, although an exception was made in the case of the Australian teams on a visit to the United States at that time, and the last challege round in national doubles was played that year. Since 1920 there have been few changes. YEAR 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1969* 1968 WINNER (SEED) Rafael Nadal(1) Juan Martin del Potro(6) Roger Federer(2) Roger Federer(1) Roger Federer(1) Roger Federer(1) Roger Federer(1) Andy Roddick(4) Pete Sampras(17) Lleyton Hewitt(4) Marat Safin(6) Andre Agassi(2) Patrick Rafter(3) Patrick Rafter(13) Pete Sampras(1) Pete Sampras(2) Andre Agassi(u) Pete Sampras(2) Stefan Edberg(2) Stefan Edberg(2) Pete Sampras(12) Boris Becker(2) Mats Wilander(2) Ivan Lendl(1) Ivan Lendl(1) Ivan Lendl(2) John McEnroe(1) Jimmy Connors(3) Jimmy Connors(2) John McEnroe(1) John McEnroe(2) John McEnroe(3) Jimmy Connors(2) Guillermo Vilas(4) Jimmy Connors(1) Manuel Orantes(3) Jimmy Connors(1) John Newcombe(10) Ilie Nastase(4) Stan Smith(2) Ken Rosewall(3) Rod Laver(1) Stan Smith Arthur Ashe(5) FINALIST (SEED) Novak Djokovic(3) Roger Federer(1) Andy Murray(6) Novak Djokovic(3) Andy Roddick(9) Andre Agassi(7) Lleyton Hewitt(4) Juan Carlos Ferrero(3) Andre Agassi(6) Pete Sampras(10) Pete Sampras(4) Todd Martin(7) Mark Philippoussis(u) Greg Rusedski(u) Michael Chang(2) Andre Agassi(1) Michael Stich(4) Cedric Pioline(15) Pete Sampras(3) Jim Courier(4) Andre Agassi(4) Ivan Lendl (1) Ivan Lendl(1) Mats Wilander(3) Miloslav Mecir(16) John McEnroe(1) Ivan Lendl(2) Ivan Lendl(2) Ivan Lendl(3) Bjorn Borg(2) Bjorn Borg(1) Vitas Gerulaitis(4) Bjorn Borg(1) Jimmy Connors(2) Bjorn Borg(2) Jimmy Connors(1) Ken Rosewall(5) Jan Kodes(6) Arthur Ashe(6) Jan Kodes(u) Tony Roche(4) Tony Roche(3) Bob Lutz Tom Okker(8) SCORE 64 57 64 62 36 76(5) 46 76(4) 62 62 75 62 76(4) 76(2) 64 62 46 75 61 63 26 76(1) 61 60 76(3) 60 63 76(2) 63 63 64 57 64 76 61 61 64 63 63 64 67 67 63 62 63 36 62 60 63 62 46 75 61 64 76 64 63 46 75 61 76 75 64 64 63 36 64 76 62 62 64 60 64 63 62 76 16 63 76 64 46 63 57 64 67 60 76 64 64 62 60 76 63 64 63 64 61 63 67 75 60 63 62 46 64 46 62 64 63 76 61 67 57 64 75 63 63 64 62 62 26 63 76 60 64 36 76 64 64 63 63 61 60 61 64 16 46 62 63 36 63 67 64 63 36 63 62 76 26 64 76 63 79 61 62 62 97 63 61 1412 57 63 36 63 DOUBLES WINNERS Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Lukas Dlouhy-Leander Paes Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Simon Aspelin-Julian Knowle Martin Damm-Leander Paes Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor Jonas Bjorkman-Todd Woodbridge Mahesh Bhupathi-Max Mirnyi Wayne Black-Kevin Ullyett Lleyton Hewitt-Max Mirnyi Sebastien Lareau-Alex O’Brien Sandon Stolle-Cyril Suk Yevgeny Kafelnikov-Daniel Vacek Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Jacco Eltingh-Paul Haarhuis Ken Flach-Rick Leach Jim Grabb-Richey Reneberg John Fitzgerald-Anders Jarryd Pieter Aldrich-Danie Visser John McEnroe-Mark Woodforde Sergio Casal-Emilio Sanchez Stefan Edberg-Anders Jarryd Andres Gomez-Slobodan Zivojinovic Ken Flach-Robert Seguso John Fitzgerald-Tomas Smid Peter Fleming-John McEnroe Kevin Curren-Steve Denton Peter Fleming-John McEnroe Bob Lutz-Stan Smith Peter Fleming-John McEnroe Bob Lutz-Stan Smith Bob Hewitt-Frew McMillan Tom Okker-Marty Riessen Jimmy Connors-Ilie Nastase Bob Lutz-Stan Smith Owen Davidson-John Newcombe Cliff Drysdale-Roger Taylor John Newcombe-Roger Taylor Pierre Barthes-Niki Pilic Ken Rosewall-Fred Stolle Richard Crealy-Allan Stone Bob Lutz-Stan Smith FINALISTS Rohan Bopanna-Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi Mahesh Bhupathi-Mark Knowles Lukas Dlouhy-Leander Paes Lukas Dlouhy-Pavel Vizner Jonas Bjorkman-Max Mirnyi Jonas Bjorkman-Max Mirnyi Leander Paes-David Rikl Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan Jiri Novak-Radek Stepanek Donald Johnson-Jared Palmer Ellis Ferreira-Rick Leach Mahesh Bhupathi-Leander Paes Mark Knowles-Daniel Nestor Jonas Bjorkman-Nicklas Kulti Jacco Eltingh-Paul Haarhuis Alex O’Brien-Sandon Stolle Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde Martin Damm-Karel Novacek Kelly Jones-Rick Leach Scott Davis-David Pate Paul Annacone-David Wheaton Ken Flach-Robert Seguso Rick Leach-Jim Pugh Ken Flach-Robert Seguso Joakim Nystrom-Mats Wilander Henri Leconte-Yannick Noah Stefan Edberg-Anders Jarryd Fitz Buehning-Van Winitsky Victor Amaya-Hank Pfister Heinz Gunthardt-Peter McNamara Peter Fleming-John McEnroe Bob Lutz-Stan Smith Marty Riessen-Sherwood Stewart Brian Gottfried-Raul Ramirez Paul Kronk-Cliff Letcher Tom Okker-Marty Riessen Patricio Cornejo-Jaime Fillol Rod Laver-Ken Rosewall Owen Davidson-John Newcombe Stan Smith-Erik van Dillen Roy Emerson-Rod Laver Charles Pasarell-Dennis Ralston William Bowrey-Charles Pasarell Arthur Ashe-Andres Gimeno

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Arthur Ashe John Newcombe Fred Stolle(u) Manuel Santana Roy Emerson Rafael Osuna Rod Laver Roy Emerson Neale Fraser Neale Fraser Ashley J. Cooper Malcolm J. Anderson(u) Ken Rosewall Tony Trabert E. Victor Seixas, Jr. Tony Trabert Frank Sedgman Frank Sedgman Arthur Larsen Richard A. Gonzales Richard A. Gonzales John A. Kramer John A. Kramer Frank Parker Frank Parker Joseph R. Hunt Fred R. Schroeder Jr. Robert Riggs Donald McNeill Robert Riggs J. Donald Budge J. Donald Budge Fred J. Perry Wilmer L. Allison Fred J. Perry Fred J. Perry H. Ellsworth Vines H. Ellsworth Vines John H. Doeg William T. Tilden, II Henri Cochet Rene Lacoste Rene Lacoste William T. Tilden, II William T. Tilden, II William T. Tilden, II William T. Tilden, II William T. Tilden, II William T. Tilden, II William M. Johnston Lindley Murray Lindley Murray Richard N. Williams William M. Johnston Richard.N.Williams Maurice E. McLoughlin Maurice E. McLoughlin William A. Larned William A. Larned William A. Larned William A. Larned William A. Larned William J. Clothier Beals C. Wright Holcombe Ward Laurie Doherty William A. Larned William A. Larned Malcolm D. Whitman Malcolm D. Whitman Malcolm D. Whitman Robert D. Wrenn Robert D. Wrenn Frederick H. Hovey

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Clarence Hobart-Fred H. Hovey Carr B. Neel-Samuel R. Neel Clarance Hobart-Fred H. Hovey Oliver Campbell-Robt. Huntington, Jr. Oliver S. Campbell-Robt. Huntington, Jr. V.G. Hall-Edward L. Hall Oliver S. Campbell-Robt. Huntington, Jr. V.G. Hall-Clarence Hobart V.G. Hall-Clarence Hobart J.W. Carver-J.A. Ryerson H.W. Slocum, Jr.-H.A. Taylor Oliver S. Campbell-V.G. Hall Oliver S. Campbell-V.G. Hall C. Hobart-E.P. MacMullen James Dwight-Richard D. Sears H.W. Slocum, Jr.-H.A. Taylor James Dwight-Richard D. Sears G.M. Brinley-H.A. Taylor J.S. Clark-Richard D. Sears W.P. Knapp-H.W. Slocum, Jr. James Dwight-Richard D. Sears W.V.R. Berry-A. Van Rensselaer James Dwight-Richard D. Sears A.E. Newbold-A. Van Rensselaer James Dwight-Richard D. Sears W. Nightingale-G.M. Shields C.M. Clark-F.W. Taylor A.E. Newbold-A. Van Rensselaer

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Matt Lucena-Meredith McGrath Patrick Galbraith-Elna Reinach Todd Woodbridge-Helena Sukova Mark Woodforde-Nicole Provis Tom Nijssen-Manon Bollegraf Todd Woodbridge-Liz Smylie Shelby Cannon-Robin White Jim Pugh-Jana Novotna Emilio Sanchez-Martina Navratilova Sergio Casal-Raffaella Reggi Heinz Gunthardt-Martina Navratilova Tom Gullikson-Manuela Maleeva John Fitzgerald-Liz Smylie Kevin Curren-Anne Smith Kevin Curren-Anne Smith

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Marty Riessen-Wendy Turnbull Bob Hewitt-Greer Stevens Frew McMillan-Betty Stove Frew McMillan-Betty Stove Phil Dent-Billie Jean King Dick Stockton-Rosie Casals Geoff Masters-Pam Teeguarden Owen Davidson-Billie Jean King Marty Riessen-Margaret Court Owen Davidson-Billie Jean King Marty Riessen-Margaret Court Marty Riessen-Margaret Court Not Held

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Arnaud Di Pasquale (FRA) Daniel Elsner (GER) Nicolas Kiefer (GER) Sjeng Schalken (NED) Marcelo Rios (CHI) Brian Dunn (USA) Leander Paes (IND) Andrea Gaudenzi (ITA) Jonathan Stark (USA) Nicolas Pereira (VEN) David Wheaton (USA) Javier Sanchez (ESP) Tim Trigueiro (USA)

1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973

Mark Kratzmann (AUS) Stefan Edberg (SWE) Pat Cash (AUS) Thomas Hogstedt (SWE) Mike Falberg (USA) Scott Davis (USA) Per Hjertquist (SWE) Van Winitsky (USA) Ricardo Ycaza (ECU) Howard Schoenfield (USA) Billy Martin (USA) Billy Martin (USA)

RESULTS FROM US OPEN
ROUND OF 16 SINCE 2000
2010 Round 16: Rafael Nadal d. Feliciano Lopez 63 64 64; Fernando Verdasco d. David Ferrer 57 67(8) 63 63 76(4); Stanislas Wawrinka d. Sam Querrey 76(9) 67(5) 75 46 64, Mikhail Youzhny d. Tommy Robredo 75 62 46 64; Gael Monfils d. Richard Gasquet 64 75 75; Novak Djokovic d. Mardy Fish 63 64 61; Robin Soderling d. Albert Montanes 46 63 62 63; Roger Federer d. Jurgen Melzer 63 76(4) 63. Quarterfinals: Nadal d. Verdasco 75 63 64; Youzhny d. Wawrinka 36 76(7) 36 63 63; Djokovic d. Monfils 76(2) 61 62; Federer d. Soderling 64 64 75. Semifinals: Nadal d. Youzhny 62 63 64; Djokovic d. Federer 57 61 57 62 75. Final: Nadal d. Djokovic 64 57 64 62. 2009 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Tommy Robredo 75 62 62; Robin Soderling d. Nikolay Davydenko 75 36 62 ret.; Novak Djokovic d. Radek Stepanek 61 63 63; Fernando Verdasco d. John Isner 46 64 64 64; Fernando Gonzalez d. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 36 63 76(3) 64; Rafael Nadal d. Gael Monfils 67(3) 63 61 63; Juan Martin del Potro d. Juan Carlos Ferrero 63 63 63; Marin Cilic d. Andy Murray 75 62 62. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Soderling 60 63 67(6) 76(6); Djokovic d. Verdasco 76(2) 16 75 62; Nadal d. Gonzalez 76(4) 76(2) 60; del Potro d. Cilic 46 63 62 61. Semifinals: Federer d. Djokovic 76(3) 75 75; del Potro d. Nadal 62 62 62. Final: del Potro d. Federer 36 76(5) 46 76(4) 62.

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2008 Round 16: Rafael Nadal d. Agassi 67(7) 76(2) 76(2) 76(5). Henman 63 64 64. Mariano Zabaleta d. Martin 63 76 76. Roger Federer 61 62 64. Coria 64 63 75. El Aynaoui 61 76(6) 46 62. Quarterfinals: Federer d. 2007 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Tommy Robredo 63 62 64. Olivier Rochus 26 36 63 64 60. James Blake d. Federer d. Gonzalez 67(5) 63 63 67(5) 76(2). Jarkko Nieminen d. Tommy Robredo 62 62 64. Blake 76(7) 60 67(9) 64. Andre Agassi d. Final: Roddick d. Hewitt 76 64 76. Tomas Berdych 64 63 61. Younes El Aynaoui d. Max Mirnyi d. Sampras d. Roddick 62 63 36 76(5). El Aynaoui 76(2) 62 36 75. Muller 76(5) 64 76(5). Henman d. Guillermo Coria d. Todd Martin d. Patrick Rafter 63 62 67(5) 64. Karol Beck 64 62 62. Hewitt d. Final: Federer d. Haas 46 67(3) 63 64 64. Roger Federer 36 76(1) 64 63. Agassi d. Hrbaty 61 75 57 62. Nikolay Davydenko d. Joachim Johansson d. Agassi d. Thomas Enqvist 63 62 64. 2005 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Nicolas Kiefer 64 67(3) 63 64. Juan Monaco 75 76(2) 67(6) 61. Roger Federer 63 76(5) 64. Hewitt 60 76(3) 60. Tommy Haas d. Moya 64 76(7) 61. Thomas Johansson d. Paradorn Srichaphan 46 62 64 62. Stanislas Wawrinka 46 62 76(6) 16 64. Novak Djokovic d. Kei Nishikori 63 64 63. Zabaleta 64 64 62. Gilles Muller d. Sampras d. Schalken 76(6) 76(4) 62. Roger Federer d. Hewitt d. Davide Sanguinetti 46 76(4) 64 62. Nikolay Davydenko 64 46 63 76(10). Quarterfinals: Hewitt d. Sjeng Schalken d. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Djokovic d. Jonas Bjorkman 62 63 46 62. James Blake d. Tommy Robredo 62 60 61. Nicolas Kiefer 67(5) 63 61 67(4) 30 ret. Davydenko 61 75 64. Andy Roddick d. Andrei Pavel W/O. Roddick 62 46 75 61. Sjeng Schalken d. 2003 Round 16: Andre Agassi d. 2001 Round 16: Gustavo Kuerten d. Quarterfinals: Hewitt d. Tommy Haas 36 76(2) 64 62. Juan Ignacio Chela 57 64 64 64. Hewitt 64 76(5) 67(1) 62. Marat Safin 46 63 26 62 76(5). Magnus Norman 62 67 61 63. Semifinals: Agassi d. Johansson d. Sargis Sargsian 63 62 62. Sampras 76(4) 61 61. Taylor Dent 67(5) 64 75 ret. Safin 63 76(5) 63. Roddick 63 62 64. Hewitt 63 76(0) 46 63. Tim Henman d. Quarterfinals: Kafelnikov d. Andy Roddick d. Murray d. Juan Martin del Potro d. Sampras d. Dominik Hrbaty 76 64 61. Hyung-Taik Lee 61 63 64. Andre Agassi d. Gael Monfils 75 62 62. Lleyton Hewitt d. Sampras d. Final: Federer d. Carlos Moya 67 67 61 76 62.com ATPWORLDTOUR. Quarterfinals: Agassi d. Arnaud Clement 63 64 63. Semifinals: Ferrero d.COM 225 . Murray 62 75 62. Agassi d. Carlos Moya 76(4) 76(7) 46 64. Wayne Arthurs 64 67 63 64. Hyung-Taik Lee 76 62 64. Roddick 76(5) 76(4) 62. Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Nadal 62 76(5) 46 64. Xavier Malisse 63 64 76(5). Agassi 63 26 75 36 63. Rainer Schuettler 61 46 63 64. Yevgeny Kafelnikov d. Agassi 63 26 76(1) 61. Roddick d. Tommy Robredo 46 62 63 57 63. Martin d. Feliciano Lopez 36 64 61 64. Nalbandian d. Richard Krajicek d. Novak Djokovic d. Semifinals: Federer d. Wayne Ferreira 36 75 75 76(3). Clement 62 64 63. Benjamin Becker 63 64 63. Federer d. Schalken 64 62 63. Nalbandian 67(4) 36 76(7) 61 63. Safin d. Pete Sampras d. Roddick d. Andrei Pavel 36 62 61 76. Ginepri 64 57 63 46 63. Andre Agassi d. Ferrero 63 76(2) 63. Andy Roddick d. Xavier Malisse 63 64 67(5) 46 62. Coria 46 61 75 36 75. Rafael Nadal d. Blake 36 36 63 63 76(6). Mirnyi 67(5) 63 75 63. Youzhny 67(5) 60 76(3) 63. Semifinals: Federer d. Ferrero d. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Nadal 63 57 76(5) 61. Safin d. Djokovic 76(4) 76(2) 64. Sampras 64 63 63 *For complete Open Era Round of 16 results please visit the Rankings and Statistics section on www. Kafelnikov 61 62 61. Xavier Malisse 64 76(4) 75. Younes El Aynaoui d. Hewitt d. Lleyton Hewitt d.. Schalken d. Michael Llodra 62 63 62. Kiefer 75 46 76 63. del Potro 76(2) 76(1) 46 75. Richard Gasquet 64 64 46 36 63. Tommy Robredo 46 75 62 63. Gustavo Kuerten 63 76(6) 67(5) 76(4). Andy Murray 61 57 63 60. Pete Sampras d. Dominik Hrbaty 61 64 62. Fish 36 61 64 62. Ferrer d. Hewitt 63 75 64. 2004 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Jiri Novak 64 62 75. Lleyton Hewitt d. Djokovic d. Final: Federer d. Todd Martin 62 64 36 57 63. Andy Roddick d. Ferrer 64 64 63. Juan Carlos Ferrero 61 62 62. Carlos Moya d. Mikhail Youzhny d. Quarterfinals: Federer d. Semifinals: Hewitt d. Final: Federer d. Final: Federer d. Fernando Gonzalez d. David Nalbandian d. Marat Safin d. Stanislas Wawrinka 61 63 63. Johansson 64 75 63. David Ferrer d. Lleyton Hewitt d. Youzhny d. Haas 62 62 62.. Andy Murray d. Rafael Nadal 67(3) 64 76(4) 62. Quarterfinals: Nadal d. Nieminen 26 61 36 63 61. Juan Ignacio Chela d. Thomas Johansson 62 26 64 76(3). Roddick d. Sam Querrey 62 57 76(2) 63. Djokovic d. Chela 62 63 75. Andy Roddick d. Final: Safin d. 2000 Round 16: Arnaud Clement d. Davydenko d. 2002 Round 16: Lleyton Hewitt d. Albert Costa 64 64 76(7). Andy Roddick d. Semifinals: Sampras d. JanMichael Gambill 62 63 63. Safin d. Roddick 67(5) 63 64 36 64. Ginepri d. Fernando Gonzalez 62 64 61. Igor Andreev 67(7) 76(5) 63 36 63. Roddick 64 64 36 26 64. Semifinals: Federer d. Richard Gasquet 63 36 67(8) 64 60. Tomas Berdych 76(6) 61 75.. Johansson 64 64 36 75. Dominik Hrbaty d.ATPWorldTour. Mardy Fish d. Roddick d. Hewitt d. Marc Gicquel 63 76(2) 63. Krajicek 46 76 64 62. Lleyton Hewitt d. Arnaud Clement 64 62 63. Nicolas Massu 64 26 67(5) 62 62. 2006 Round 16: Roger Federer d. Nalbandian 62 64 61. Tommy Haas d. Hewitt 46 63 76(5) 61. Final: Sampras d. Pete Sampras d. Nikolay Davydenko d. Tomas Berdych 76(6) 2-0 ret. Nicolas Kiefer d. Jiri Novak 61 76(3) 64. Marat Safin d. Guillermo Coria d. Tommy Haas d. Lleyton Hewitt d. Andy Roddick d. Robby Ginepri d. Fernando Verdasco 62 76(6) 63. Semifinals: Federer d. Haas 63 63 64. Agassi 63 64 57 64. Final: Hewitt d. Djokovic 63 57 75 62. Ernests Gulbis 75 62 67(5) 64. Andre Agassi d. Sampras d. Davydenko 75 61 75. Davydenko d. David Nalbandian d. Semifinals: Murray d. Agassi 64 63 36 64. James Blake 46 64 36 60 76(4). 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2010 Singles Round Robin (1)R Nadal (ESP) d (6)T Berdych (CZE) 7-6(3) 6-1 (3)N Djokovic (SRB) d (8)A Roddick (USA) 6-2 6-3 Doubles Round Robin (5)Kubot/Marach d (2)Nestor/Zimonjic 6-0 1-6 [10-6] (3)Bhupathi/Mirnyi d (7)Moodie/Norman 6-4 6-4 Thursday.000 $70.Semifinals (1)R Nadal (ESP) d (5)A Murray (GBR) 7-6(5) 3-6 7-6(6) (2)R Federer (SUI) d (3)N Djokovic (SRB) 6-1 6-4 Doubles . November 23.HISTORY OF BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS Barclays ATP World Tour Finals November 21-28. November 21.000 ATPWORLDTOUR. 2010 Singles . 2010 Singles Round Robin (1)R Nadal (ESP) d (3)N Djokovic (SRB) 7-5 6-2 (6)T Berdych (CZE) d (8)A Roddick (USA) 7-5 6-3 Doubles Round Robin (2)Nestor/Zimonjic d (4)Bhupathi/Mirnyi 7-6(5) 7-6(1) (7)Moodie/Norman d (5)Kubot/Marach 6-1 6-3 Tuesday. England 8 Players.Final (2)R Federer (SUI) d (1)R Nadal (ESP) 6-3 3-6 6-1 Doubles .630.COM 227 .$5.000 $360. alt Race Pts. November 26.Final (2)D Nestor/Zimonjic d (3)Bhupathi/Mirnyi 7-6(6) 6-4 Saturday.000 $87. 2010 Singles Round Robin (2)R Federer (SUI) d (5)A Murray (GBR) 6-4 6-2 (4)R Soderling (SWE) d (7)D Ferrer (ESP) 7-5 7-5 Doubles Round Robin (7)Melzer/Petzschner d (3)Dlouhy/Paes 7-6(9) 4-6 [10-8] (6)Fyrstenberg/Matkowski d (1)Bryan/Bryan 2-6 7-6(4) [10-8] Monday. November 28.000 $240.500 $110.000 $25. November 22. 2010 Singles Round Robin (2)R Federer (SUI) d (7)D Ferrer (ESP) 6-1 6-4 (5)A Murray (GBR) d (4)R Soderling (SWE) 6-2 6-4 Doubles Round Robin (1)Bryan/Bryan d (8)Melzer/Petzschner 6-3 7-5 (6)Fyrstenberg/Matkowski d (4)Dlouhy/Paes 6-3 7-6(3) SINGLES Player Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic Andy Murray Tomas Berdych Robin Soderling David Ferrer Andy Roddick Fernando Verdasco Mikhail Youzhny Record (Finish) 5-0 (W) 4-1 (F) 2-2 (SF) 2-2 (SF) 1-2 (RR) 1-2 (RR) 0-3 (RR) 0-3 (RR) alt.000 $860.000 DOUBLES Player Nestor-Zimonjic Bhupathi-Mirnyi Fyrstenberg-Matkowski Bryan-Bryan Kubot-Marach Melzer-Petzschner Moodie-Norman Dlouhy-Paes Bopanna-Qureshi Record (Finish) 4-1 (W) 3-2 (F) 3-1 (RR) 2-2 (SF) 1-2 (RR) 1-2 (RR) 1-2 (RR) 0-3 (RR) alt. 1.000 $120.000 $120. Race Pts.000 $240.070.000 $140.500 $87.000 $360. November 24.500 $87.300 800 600 400 200 200 200 0 0 Prize (US$) $265. November 25.000 $70. 8 Teams .000 400 400 200 200 0 0 0 0 Prize (US$) $1.000 (Hard) Sunday.500 $65. 2010 Singles Round Robin (2)R Federer (SUI) d (4)R Soderling (SWE) 7-6(5) 6-3 (5)A Murray (GBR) d (7)D Ferrer (ESP) 6-2 6-2 Doubles Round Robin (1)Bryan/Bryan d (4)Dlouhy/Paes 6-3 6-4 (6)Fyrstenberg/Matkowski d (8)Melzer/Petzschner 6-3 7-6(7) Wednesday. 2010 Singles Round Robin (3)N Djokovic (SRB) d (6)T Berdych (CZE) 6-3 6-3 (1)R Nadal (ESP) d (8)A Rodick (USA) 3-6 7-6(5) 6-4 Doubles Round Robin (2)Nestor/Zimonjic d (7)Moodie/Norman 6-1 6-2 (4)Bhupathi/Mirnyi d (5)Kubot/Marach 7-6(2) 6-4 Sunday.000 $132.500 1. 1. November 27.Semifinals (2)Nestor/Zimonjic d (1)Bryan/Bryan 6-3 3-6 [12-10] (3)Bhupathi/Mirnyi d (6)Fyrstenberg/Matkowski 6-4 6-4 Friday. 2010 in London. 2010 Singles .

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Sanchez Fitzgerald/Jarryd Casal/E. McEnroe Fleming/J. McEnroe Fleming/J. Hewitt/McMillan McNair/Stewart Gisbert/Orantes Runner-up Rafael Nadal Juan Martin del Potro Nikolay Davydenko David Ferrer James Blake Roger Federer Lleyton Hewitt Andre Agassi Juan Carlos Ferrero Sebastien Grosjean Andre Agassi Andre Agassi Carlos Moya Yevgeny Kafelnikov Boris Becker Michael Chang Boris Becker Pete Sampras Jim Courier Jim Courier Stefan Edberg Boris Becker Ivan Lendl Mats Wilander Boris Becker Boris Becker Ivan Lendl Ivan Lendl John McEnroe Vitas Gerulaitis Ivan Lendl Vitas Gerulaitis Arthur Ashe Bjorn Borg Wojtek Fibak Bjorn Borg Ilie Nastase Tom Okker Stan Smith Round Robin Round Robin Runner-up Bhupathi/Mirnyi Mirnyi/Ram Bryan/Bryan Aspelin/Knowle Knowles/Nestor Paes/Zimonjic W. McEnroe B. Sanchez Flach/Seguso Forget/Noah Nystrom/Wilander Edmondson/Stewart Slozil/Smid Stewart/Taygan Curren/Denton McNamara/McNamee Fibak/Okker Fibak/Okker Lutz/S. McEnroe Fleming/J. Smith Gottfried/R. McEnroe Fleming/J. Ramirez Round Robin Round Robin Score 63 36 61 63 64 61 75 62 63 62 60 63 64 67(4) 67(11) 62 61 76(3) 63 62 63 60 64 75 75 26 26 64 63 63 64 64 64 64 61 75 64 36 36 75 63 75 63 62 62 36 76(5) 76(4) 67(11) 64 76(3) 60 76(5) 46 63 75 64 76(3) 26 76(7) 62 63 63 75 36 76(5) 63 64 57 76(5) 75 62 46 76(6) 63 61 57 76(5) 36 62 76(5) 62 62 63 64 64 64 62 76(4) 63 75 60 64 63 64 64 64 64 62 67(5) 36 76(6) 62 64 64 62 62 62 62 67 63 75 64 16 64 57 62 06 76(1) 61 62 62 61 76 62 36 36 64 63 75 46 63 63 62 36 26 63 DOUBLES Score 76(6) 64 76 63 76 62 62 63 62 64 67 63 76 46 75 64 62 67 63 36 76 64 67 76 64 64 76 63 64 63 62 62 64 62 75 63 64 76 64 57 62 76 76 76 36 76 64 46 46 76 76 76 76 64 62 76 57 36 63 64 64 26 64 64 76 57 64 75 76 57 63 64 63 26 60 64 75 67 63 63 76 63 61 76 63 61 62 62 75 63 63 63 64 63 63 76 61 64 62 64 75 76 63 63 57 57 64 64 Bangalore Hartford Hartford Hartford Hartford Eindhoven Jakarta Johannesburg Johannesburg Johannesburg Sanctuary Cove London London London London New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York Houston Stockholm Tournament Not Held Tokyo Ashe/S.COM 229 . McEnroe Leach/Pugh Mecir/Smid Edberg/Jarryd Edberg/Jarryd Fleming/J.HISTORY OF BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS SINGLES Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1971-74 1970 City London London Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Houston Houston Shanghai Sydney Lisbon Hanover Hanover Hanover Hanover Frankfurt Frankfurt Frankfurt Frankfurt Frankfurt Frankfurt New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York New York Houston Stockholm Melbourne Boston Barcelona Paris Tokyo City London London Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Houston Houston Bangalore Champion Roger Federer Nikolay Davydenko Novak Djokovic Roger Federer Roger Federer David Nalbandian Roger Federer Roger Federer Lleyton Hewitt Lleyton Hewitt Gustavo Kuerten Pete Sampras Alex Corretja Pete Sampras Pete Sampras Boris Becker Pete Sampras Michael Stich Boris Becker Pete Sampras Andre Agassi Stefan Edberg Boris Becker Ivan Lendl Ivan Lendl Ivan Lendl John McEnroe John McEnroe Ivan Lendl Ivan Lendl Bjorn Borg Bjorn Borg John McEnroe Jimmy Connors Manuel Orantes Ilie Nastase Guillermo Vilas Ilie Nastase Ilie Nastase Ilie Nastase Stan Smith Champion Nestor/Zimonjic Bryan/Bryan Nestor/Zimonjic Knowles/Nestor Bjorkman/Minryi Llodra/Santoro Bryan/Bryan Bryan/Bryan E. Smith ATPWORLDTOUR. Black/Ullyett Llodra/Santoro Pala/Vizner Not Held Bhupathi/Paes Bhupathi/Paes Knowles/Nestor Bhupathi/Paes Lareau/O'Brien Eltingh/Haarhuis Woodbridge/Woodforde Woodbridge/Woodforde Fitzgerald/Jarryd Flach/Seguso Casal/E. McEnroe Fleming/J. Ferreira/Leach Tournament Johnson/Norval Lareau/O'Brien Eltingh/Haarhuis Leach/Stark Woodbridge/Woodforde Connell/Galbraith Apell/Bjorkman Eltingh/Haarhuis Woodbridge/Woodforde Fitzgerald/Jarryd Forget/Hlasek Grabb/P. McEnroe Fleming/J.

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......Argentina........................................DAVIS CUP TITLE LEADERS Country No..............................Sweden.Australasia..........Auckland ......USA ........Australia ...................USA ......USA ...USA .......3-2 2009 .....USA .......USA ....3-2 2003 ..............................................USA ................................Melbourne........................................Croatia.......5-0 1924 ...................New York .USA .............. 9 Sweden........................Prague..France .......USA ...........4-1 1966 ...........................................Barcelona .......Switzerland......Adelaide ................Belgrade......Italy......Australia..Grenoble...5-0 1961 .............................Australia....3-2 1930 .USA ..........5-0 1954 .........................Great Britain........USA ................................................................USA .......Japan .....................3-0 230 ..Spain......................4-1 1987 .............................1 WORLD GROUP FINAL ROUND YEAR VENUE WINNER FINALIST SCORE 2010 ....................................Lyon............................................................................................4-1 1922 ............................Wimbledon........................India ...British Isles........................Australia................Australia.........Brisbane .......4 Germany .................Not Held 1900 ...Sydney...5-0 1969 ......3-2 1952 ..........Spain ...........3-2 1988 ......3-2 1963 ....USA ..........................................3-2 2005 ............Melbourne......France ..Belgium ...............................USA ....Barcelona .........Philadelphia ......New York ........................4-1 1977 .........USA ........Milan........................Philadelphia .Sydney........France .......Chile.......................................Bucharest ............USA ......USA ..............Moscow ........Munich ...............1 South Africa .....Sweden 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Britain........................USA ...................Wimbledon........Paris ........................St......................................................USA ...........USA .......USA ..........USA ........New York ......4-1 1993 ..3-2 1956 ............Australia......................USA .3-2 1907 ...........................USA ............USA .................1 Czechoslovakia ..............Italy............South Africa................................Sweden........................................................................................................3-2 1935 ..................3-2 1913 ...............Christchurch ........................3-2 1994 ..........................USA ......5-0 1905 ......USA .......4-1 1967 ......3-2 1974 .....Sydney............................Adelaide ...........Serbia....................................USA .....................Australia .....................France........Sweden .......................Australia ..British Isles....................1 Italy ...Germany..................................Melbourne.Paris .5-0 1947 ................................4-1 1975 ..Australasia ........ United States .Fort Worth...........................USA ..................................................3-2 1928 ..5-0 1968 ..........................USA ........USA ............Germany.....Sweden .......................... 1973 ........Argentina..............Sydney.............5-0 1923 ...Mar del Plata..............w........5-0 1945-40....................Paris ........British Isles..Great Britain......................9 Great Britain...USA .......France......4-1 2006 ....Sweden ..........4-1 1925 .....USA ...........................................4-1 1936 ...........................................Boston.France............5-0 1919 ................Australia............USA ....4-1 1983 ......British Isles....................Australia .....................5-0 1903 ...............Melbourne......USA ....5-0 1996 ..........Germany.......................USA .................Moscow .Spain..................3-2 1932 ...........................................................7 Spain.....Australia.......Australasia.......British Isles..................Spain .3-2 1958 .......Great Britain..................Russia.Australia.......................................................Czech Republic........Moscow .............British Isles........British Isles...........USA ..USA ........Australia..........USA ............USA ...................Sweden ....................28 France ...New York .Mexico ...................West Germany .........................USA ..................4-1 1929 .................Spain ..3-2 2000 .................................3-2 2004 ....Stuttgart............Australia .....Romania ...Cleveland..............Australia ............................San Francisco..........Australia ..... Petersburg....France.......USA ........................................................Great Britain...............3-2 1998 ..........France .......Australia ..Charlotte ....Stockholm ...4-1 1981 ................................................Philadelphia .......................Not Held 1909 ...Santiago....Gothenburg.......3-2 1995 ......5-0 1910 .......Italy..................Australia.....Australia...3-2 1901 ...............USA ..........Australia..................Australasia........British Isles......5-0 1934 ..........USA ...........New York ..Italy.....France ...........Czechoslovakia..Australasia...........3-2 1985 ....Wimbledon..............5-0 1920 .....New York ..France ....Brisbane ..................Australia..Paris ..Russia.......................Italy............1 Serbia ..USA ...................................................................USA ..............3-1 2007 ...................USA .......................Sydney.........Australia ...Australia ..............4-1 1965 .......4-1 1933 .......................5-0 1908 ....Great Britain...............Australia...Paris ..................Paris ......Russia.....Philadelphia .....3-2 2001 ................Malmo...................Melbourne..5-0 1972 ............3-1 1990 ...............Italy......................................................New York ..........4-1 1951 ..........Melbourne................................USA ....Bratislava......Sweden ..............USA ................3-1 1991 .....2 Croatia ...............4-1 1948 ................................Sydney.....................................3-2 1953 ........................Australia .........................Wimbledon.Paris .......4-1 1921 .Australia..Nice ............Australasia .........4-1 1979 ............................USA .............Russia...........Romania ...............Philadelphia .3-2 1957 ....Wimbledon...................................France ..Sweden.....Gothenburg.........................................Germany ....Italy............Australasia..Sydney....................USA .......................3 Russia .........Not Held 1914 ....Wimbledon.4-1 1992 ..5-0 1904 ....................Australia................Philadelphia ...USA .......................................3-2 1931 ..........Adelaide .......Australia .....................Brisbane .Cleveland...........................................Melbourne...................3-2 1937 .............Gothenburg......USA ..Wimbledon....................................................Australia .......................................Czechoslovakia .....3-2 1989 ...Argentina...............Slovak Republic.3-2 1950 ................................................Australia ..................................3-2 1912 .3-2 1984 .................................................5-0 1978 ..........................Australia .................5-0 1960 .Australia.............................................................................Australasia .....................Australia..............USA ........4-1 1964 ............

4-1 CZECH REP.2011 DAVIS CUP WORLD GROUP (16 NATIONS) 1st Round March 4-6 Quarterfinals July 8-10 Semifinals September 16-18 Final December 2-4 (s) SERBIA INDIA (s) RUSSIA SWEDEN (c) (c) (s) CZECH REP. Arnaud Clement-Michael Llodra (FRA) d. Novak Djokovic (SRB) d Gilles Simon 63 61 75. 4-1 SPAIN 4-1 FRANCE 5-0 (s) = Seed (c) = Choice of surface * = Choice of surface if decided by lot SERBIA 3 FRANCE 2 in Belgrade. 3-5. ATPWORLDTOUR. Dec. Llodra 62 62 63. (c)* KAZAKHSTAN (s) ARGENTINA (c) ROMANIA CHAMPION NATION CHILE (s) USA BELGIUM (s) SPAIN GERMANY (s) CROATIA AUSTRIA (s) FRANCE (c) (c) (c) (c) 2010 DAVIS CUP RESULTS 1st Round March 5-7 Quarterfinals July 9-11 Semifinals September 17-19 Final December 3-5 SPAIN SWITZERLAND GERMANY FRANCE RUSSIA FRANCE 4-1 FRANCE 5-0 RUSSIA 3-2 ARGENTINA 3-2 ARGENTINA 3-2 SERBIA 3-2 CROATIA 5-0 SERBIA 4-1 SERBIA 3-2 SERBIA 3-2 CHILE 4-1 CZECH REP. 2010 Gael Monfils (FRA) d Janko Tipsarevic 61 76(4) 60. INDIA ARGENTINA SWEDEN ECUADOR CROATIA SERBIA USA CHILE ISRAEL BELGIUM CZECH REP. Troicki (SRB) d.COM 231 . Viktor Troicki-Nenad Zimonjic 36 67(3) 64 75 64. Djokovic (SRB) d Monfils 62 62 64.

OLYMPIC RESULTS 2008 — Beijing Gold Medal Silver Medal Bronze Medal 2004 — Athens Gold Medal Silver Medal Bronze Medal 2000 — Sydney Gold Medal Silver Medal Bronze Medal 1996 — Atlanta Gold Medal Silver Medal Bronze Medal 1992 — Barcelona Gold Medal Silver Medal Bronze Medal 1988 — Seoul Gold Medal Silver Medal Bronze Medal Singles Rafael Nadal (ESP) Fernando Gonzalez (CHI) Novak Djokovic (SRB) Singles Nicolas Massu (CHI) Mardy Fish (USA) Fernando Gonzalez (CHI) Singles Yevgeny Kafelnikov (RUS) Tommy Haas (GER) Arnaud Di Pasquale (FRA) Singles Andre Agassi (USA) Sergi Bruguera (ESP) Leander Paes (IND) Singles Marc Rosset (SUI) Jordi Arrese (ESP) Andrei Cherkasov (RUS) Singles Miloslav Mecir (CZE) Tim Mayotte (USA) Stefan Edberg (SWE) Brad Gilbert (USA) Doubles Roger Federer-Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) Simon Aspelin-Thomas Johansson (SWE) Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan (USA) Doubles Nicolas Massu-Fernando Gonzalez (CHI) Nicolas Kiefer-Rainer Schuettler (GER) Mario Ancic-Ivan Ljubicic (CRO) Doubles Sebastien Lareau-Daniel Nestor (CAN) Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde (AUS) Alex Corretja-Albert Costa (ESP) Doubles Todd Woodbridge-Mark Woodforde (AUS) Neil Broad-Tim Henman (GBR) Marc-Kevin Goellner-David Prinosil (GER) Doubles Boris Becker-Michael Stich (GER) Wayne Ferreira-Piet Norval (RSA) Goran Ivanisevic-Goran Prpic (CRO) Doubles Ken Flach-Robert Seguso (USA) Sergio Casal-Emilio Sanchez (ESP) Stefan Edberg-Anders Jarryd (SWE) WORLD TEAM CUP RESULTS FINAL . Monaco (ARG) d. E. 3 Spain 4 Australia Ties 3-0 2-1 1-2 0-3 Ties 3-0 2-1 1-2 0-3 Matches 6-3 5-4 4-5 3-6 Matches 6-3 5-4 4-5 3-6 Sets 13-10 13-9 10-11 7-13 Sets 14-8 12-10 7-15 7-15 PREVIOUS WINNERS 2010-Argentina 2003-Chile 2009-Serbia 2002-Argentina 2008-Sweden 2001-Australia 2007-Argentina 2000-Slovak Republic 2006-Croatia 1999-Australia 2005-Germany 1998-Germany 2004-Chile 1997-Spain 232 1996-Switzerland 1995-Sweden 1994-Germany 1993-USA 1992-Spain 1991-Sweden 1990-Yugoslavia 1989-Germany 1988-Sweden 1987-Czechoslovakia 1986-France 1985-USA 1984-USA 1983-Spain 1982-USA 1981-Czechoslovakia 1980-Argentina 1979-Australia 1978-Spain . 6-3. Zeballos (ARG) d. 2010: Argentina d. Veronelli (ARG) 6-1. USA 2-1 J. Team Argentina 1 2 France 3 Germany 4 Serbia Red Group Pos. MAY 22. B. Ginepri (USA) 6-4. Team USA 1 2 Czech Rep.SATURDAY. Schwank-D. S. 6-7(7). 7-5. Bryan (USA) d. R. H. 6-2 Blue Group Pos. Bryan-M. Querrey (USA) 1-6. 6-2.

(4) M.755. 7-6(3) (2) F. (H) Dubai $2. 7-6(2) D.750. 6-3 (1) B. 5-7.995.Lindstedt-H. 6-4 C.Mirnyi 6-3.Granollers-S.000 (4) Robin Soderling d. 6-3.Beck-H. (4) S.Fish-S.250 (3) Nikolay Davydenko d. (7) Richard Gasquet 7-5.750. 6-4 Medibank International Sydney (H) Sydney $424. 3-6.Schwank d.000 (2) Rafael Nadal d.000 (9) Sergiy Stakhovsky d. Florian Mayer 6-4.Kubot d. 6-1 J. B.Marrero d.Qureshi 7-6(5).000. 6-3.000 (WC) David Nalbandian d. 6-1 R.Bopanna-A.115. Lukasz Kubot 6-1. U. (2) John Isner 4-6.Lopez-E. 6-3 Western & Southern Financial Group Masters (H) Cincinnati $3.Kubot-O.Isner-S.336.Rettenmaier d.Bhupathi-M. (6) Fernando Verdasco 6-0. J. (8) Stephane Robert 7-5.500 (8) Sam Querrey d.Zeballos d.350.Soares 6-3.000 (2) Rafael Nadal d. (3) M. 6-3. E. 5-7. C. 6-4 (1) L. 11-9 Farmers Classic (H) Los Angeles $700. (6) Mikhail Youzhny 6-4.Mirnyi 7-6(8).Knowle-R.Granollers-S. (Q) Pablo Andujar 7-5. 3-6.Kubot-O.Murray-J. 7-6(2) (1) D.Zimonjic d.250. Petersburg Open (H) St. 4-6. 10-3 Open de Tenis Comunidad Valenciana (H) Valencia €2.Fyrstenberg-M. J.250 (1) Andy Roddick d. 7-5 (2) B. 6-4 M.Rettenmaier 6-3. 6-2 (2) R. 7-6(5) Australian Open (H) Australian Open A$11. 6-4 (1) D. 6-4 Pilot Pen Tennis (H) New Haven $750.Matkowski d. (7) Janko Tipsarevic 6-3. 7-6(1). 6-3 (1) D. (3) Roger Federer 6-3.Llodra d.Stepanek 4-6. 6-1 (1) B. (2) D.Ball-C.Granollers 6-7(1).Stakhovsky-M. (2) M. 7-5 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters (C) Monte Carlo €2.000 (1) Jurgen Melzer d.COM 233 .Erlich-J.Petzschner d.640 (1) Roger Federer d.Luczak 7-6(4). 6-3 Serbia Open (C) Belgrade €424. (2) Ivo Karlovic 6-2.Marach d. (4) M. 6-3 J. (3) E. 7-6(5) (2) B.000 (3) Feliciano Lopez d.Kunitsyn-D.Hewitt-M.Nestor-N. S. 10-7 BNP Paribas Masters (H) Paris €2.Melo-B.Hutchins-J.Butorac-J.000 (8) Lleyton Hewitt d. 6-4.Petzschner d. 12-10 International German Open (C) Hamburg €1. (1) Robin Soderling 7-5.A.500 Viktor Troicki d. (1) Mikhail Youzhny 6-3. (1) P. (2) John Isner 3-6. 6-0 (2) P.Ventura 6-2.000 (4) David Ferrer d.Aspelin-P. 7-5 Copa Telmex (C) Buenos Aires $544. J. 6-3 If Stockholm Open (H) Stockholm €600. 7-6(5) Bank Austria TennisTrophy (H) Vienna €650. 5-7.Rochus 3-6.Melzer-P. 6-4 R. 6-3. 10-5 Düsseldorf World Team Cup (C) Düsseldorf €1.Huss-W.000 (2) Fernando Verdasco d. A.Zimonjic d. R.750 (4) Mikhail Youzhny d. 6-4. Petersburg $750.300 (2) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. 6-3. 2-1 Roland Garros (C) Roland Garros €7. 7-6(4) BCR Open Romania (C) Bucharest €420.Bryan d. 6-1 (3) J. 6-4.Melo-B.Paes 6-2. (3) C.Mertinak d.Ram 7-5.Matkowski 7-5.Paes d.Tecau 6-1.Friedl-F. (1) L. 6-4 L.Zimonjic 6-3.Skoch 6-7(6).Bryan-M.Kas-P.Polasek 4-6.Granollers d.Mertinak 6-4.950 (7) Sam Querrey d. (3) Stanislas Wawrinka 7-6(2).402. 7-6(6) Atlanta Tennis Championships (H) Atlanta $600. (4) Marcos Baghdatis 3-6.Nestor-N. 6-3 E. (3) M. 6-2 Heineken Open (H) Auckland $407. 7-5 Brisbane International (H) Brisbane $424. 6-3 (3) R.000 (20) Ivan Ljubicic d. 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Kuala Lumpur (H) Kuala Lumpur $947.Zimonjic d. 6-7(5). 7-6(7).Zelenay 6-3.2010 ATP TOURNAMENT & GRAND SLAM RESULTS Last Day 01/09/10 01/10/10 01/10/10 01/16/10 01/16/10 01/31/10 02/07/10 02/07/10 02/07/10 02/14/10 02/14/10 02/14/10 02/21/10 02/21/10 02/21/10 02/27/10 03/1/10 02/28/10 03/21/10 04/04/10 04/11/10 04/11/10 04/18/10 04/25/10 05/02/10 05/09/10 05/09/10 05/09/10 05/16/10 05/22/10 05/22/10 06/06/10 06/13/10 06/13/10 06/19/10 06/19/10 07/04/10 07/11/10 07/18/10 07/18/10 07/25/10 07/25/10 08/01/10 08/01/10 08/01/10 08/08/10 08/15/10 08/22/10 08/28/10 09/13/10 09/26/10 09/26/10 10/03/10 10/03/10 10/10/10 10/11/10 10/17/10 10/24/10 10/24/10 10/31/10 10/31/10 10/31/10 11/07/10 11/07/10 11/14/10 11/28/10 Tournament Singles Final (seed) Doubles Final (seed) Qatar ExxonMobil Open (H) Doha $1.000 (2) Sam Querrey d.Daniell-H. 7-6(7) J.Kohlmann 5-7.Nieminen d.Lindstedt 6-4.Tipsarevic-V.Dlouhy-L. 6-2 China Open (H) Beijing $3.Nieminen 6-3.Zimonjic 6-3.Gonzalez-T.Marx-I.Benneteau-M.Starace 6-0.Garcia-Lopez-A.000 (1) Juan Carlos Ferrero d.Qureshi 1-6.Melzer-L. 6-4 (2) J.Ram d.Fyrstenberg-M. 3-6. 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COL Gaston Gaudio. BEL Giovanni Lapentti. AUS Michael Russell. ARG Alex Bogomolov Jr. ISR Potito Starace.0% 81. FRA Carlos Berlocq. THA Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.2010 CHALLENGER TITLE LEADERS Player Robin Haase (NED) Kei Nishikori (JPN) Karol Beck (SVK) Carlos Berlocq (ARG) Brian Dabul (ARG) Marcos Daniel (BRA) Grigor Dimitrov (BUL) Fabio Fognini (ITA) Denis Gremelmayr (GER) Blaz Kavcic (SLO) Michal Przysiezny (POL) Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo (ESP) No. FRA Michael Berrer. ARG Karol Beck. ESP Bobby Reynolds. FRA Boris Pashanski. RUS Martin Vassallo Arguello. PAR Kevin Kim. FRA 43 Yuri Schukin.0% 77. ECU Olivier Patience. 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Pere Riba (ESP) Richard Berankis (LTU) Dustin Brown (GER) Maximo Gonzalez (ARG) Jesse Huta Galung (NED) Tatsuma Ito (JPN) Tobias Kamke (GER) Mikhail Kukushkin (KAZ) Yen-Hsun Lu (TPE) Rui Machado (POR) Nicolas Mahut (FRA) Adrian Mannarino (FRA) 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Marinko Matosevic (AUS) Florian Mayer (GER) Ricardo Mello (BRA) Conor Niland (IRE) Bjorn Phau (GER) Eric Prodon (FRA) Albert Ramos-Vinolas (ESP) Bobby Reynolds (USA) Dudi Sela (ISR) Joao Souza (POR) Filippo Volandri (ITA) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2010 CHALLENGER MATCH WIN-LOSS LEADERS 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 Player Kei Nishikori Fabio Fognini Dudi Sela Yen-Hsun Lu Pablo Cuevas Alexandr Dolgopolov Robin Haase Santiago Giraldo Ricardo Mello Maximo Gonzalez W 27 18 17 18 17 17 32 16 28 21 L 4 3 3 4 4 4 8 4 8 6 Pct.8% CAREER CHALLENGER TITLE LEADERS (active players only) Player 1 Takao Suzuki. ARG Juan Ignacio Chela. CHI Nicolas Mahut. FIN 29 Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo. USA Nicolas Massu. BRA 3 Dick Norman. BEL Yen-Hsun Lu. 87. ITA Florian Mayer. FRA Dudi Sela. CZE Go Soeda. ARG Danai Udomchoke. USA Maximo Gonzalez. ESP 14 Ramon Delgado. GER Jarrko Nieminen. USA Simon Greul.SRB Robert Kendrick.0% 81. SRB Jan Hajek. GER Jiri Vanek. NED Filippo Volandri. CZE Santiago Giraldo.8% 81. ARG 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 . ARG Ivo Minar. USA Oscar Hernandez. PHI Eduardo Schwank.7% 85. GER 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 Robin Haase. USA Jan Hernych. 16 14 13 13 12 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 Nicolas Devilder. JPN Brian Dabul. KAZ Cecil Mamiit. CZE Richard Gasquet. BRA Peter Luczak.1% 85.. GBR 234 No. SVK Alex Bogdanovic. CZE 11 Janko Tipsarevic. ITA Dmitry Tursunov.8% 77. ARG Kristof Vliegen. JPN 2 Marcos Daniel.0% 80.0% 80. TPE 5 Ricardo Mello.

2009 CHALLENGER RESULTS .

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Germany.975. 1968 US Open doubles finalist (w/Gimeno). Highest singles ranking: 2 (May 10. 1970 finalist (w/Pasarell). Residence: Barcelona. Residence: Las Vegas. Deceased: February 6. CAREER TITLES (49). USA. GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. Highest singles ranking: 1 (August 23. Nevada. Virginia. GRAND SLAM HISTORY CAREER RECORD AUS.152. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). Highest singles ranking: 3 (August 1. 1995). 1943 in Richmond.655.) Australian Open doubles champion (w/Roche). CAREER TITLES (33). CAREER TITLES (60). FINALIST (32). Switzerland. Residence: Monte-Carlo. Highest singles ranking: 1 (April 10. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN 48-5 51-16 46-13 79-19 06 — — 3RD 3RD 05 QF 1ST — RUP 04 SF 1ST — QF 03 WON QF 4TH SF 02 — QF 2ND RUP 01 WON QF SF QF 00 WON 2ND SF 2ND 99 98 97 — — — 4TH 96 95 SF 2ND 1ST SF WON QF SF RUP 94 93 92 91 90 — RUP — RUP 89 — 3RD — SF 88 — SF — SF 87 86 — 2ND 1ST 1ST — — — 1ST 4TH 4TH WON 1ST RUP 2ND WON 4TH — — 2ND — 4TH QF WON 1ST — — SF RUP WON QF QF 1ST ARTHUR ASHE (USA) Birthdate: July 10. FINALIST (3). FINALIST (4). Highest singles ranking: 1 (January 28. CAREER TITLES (63). 1994). Sweden. BORIS BECKER (GER) Birthdate: November 22. Spain. GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. FINALIST (28). Career prize money: $11. USA. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (18). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 6-6 32-10 4-4 13-11 01 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 00 — 1ST — — 98 1ST 1ST — 2ND 97 3RD RUP — 4TH 96 — 2ND — 3RD 95 — SF — 2ND 94 — WON 4TH 4TH 93 4TH WON — 1ST 92 — 1ST — 2ND 91 1ST 2ND — 2ND 90 2ND 2ND 2ND 2ND 89 — 4TH 1ST 1ST 237 .584. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 1-1 49-2 51-4 40-10 81 — WON RUP RUP 80 — WON WON RUP 79 — WON WON QF 78 — WON WON RUP 77 — — WON 4TH 76 — QF WON RUP 75 — WON QF SF 74 3RD WON 3RD 2ND 73 — 4TH QF 4TH 72 — — — 1ST SERGI BRUGUERA (ESP) Birthdate: January 16. CAREER TITLES (14). Career prize money: $31. Career prize money: $3.1 OR MULTIPLE GRAND SLAM TITLE WINNERS ANDRE AGASSI (USA) Birthdate: April 29.199. Career prize money: $25. 1956 in Sodertalje. 1991). 1993. Nevada.FORMER NO. FINALIST (26). GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. Monaco.956. 1971 in Barcelona. 1976). Spain. 1970 in Las Vegas. FINALIST (28). 1977).751. OPEN 29-9 ROLAND GARROS 26-9 WIMBLEDON 71-12 US OPEN 37-10 99 — — 4TH — 98 — — — — 97 1ST — QF — 96 WON — 3RD — 95 1ST 3RD RUP SF 94 — — SF 1ST 93 1ST 2ND SF 4TH 92 3RD — QF 4TH 91 WON SF RUP 3RD 90 QF 1ST RUP SF 89 4TH SF WON WON 88 — 4TH RUP 2ND 87 4TH SF 2ND 4TH 86 — QF WON SF 85 2ND 2ND WON 4TH 84 QF — 3RD — BJORN BORG (SWE) Birthdate: June 6. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (15). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). USA.909. FINALIST (30). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN AUS. 1967 in Leimen. 1971 Wimbledon doubles finalist (w/Ralston). GRAND SLAM HISTORY CAREER RECORD AUS. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 25-5 25-8 27-8 53-17 79 — 3RD 1ST — 67 RUP — — — 78 SF 4TH 1ST 4TH 66 RUP — — 3RD 77 QF — — — 65 — — 4TH SF 76 — 4TH 4TH 2ND 64 — — 4TH 4TH 75 — — WON 4TH 63 — — 3RD 3RD 74 — 4TH 3RD QF 62 — — — 2ND 73 — 4TH — 3RD 61 — — — 2ND 72 — — — RUP 60 — — — 2ND 71 RUP QF 3RD SF 59 — — — 1ST 70 WON 4TH 4TH QF 69 — 4TH SF SF 68 — — SF WON 1977 (Jan. 1971 Roland Garros doubles champion (w/Riessen).080. Career prize money: $1. FINALIST (12). Residence: Zug. FINALIST (21).632.

197. GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. 2002 doubles champion (W/Haarhuis). USA. FINALIST (25). GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS.641. 1984 doubles finalist (w/Jarryd). 1970 in Sanford.040. Career prize money: $673. Career prize money: $8. 1986 Roland Garros doubles finalist (w/Jarryd). FINALIST (5). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (17). CAREER TITLES (9). FINALIST (36). GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. CAREER TITLES (41). 1992). 1996 Australian Open doubles champion (w/Korda). CAREER TITLES (109). Residence: New York. Career Prize Money: $14. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (27). CAREER TITLES (26). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 35-7 40-9 19-11 24-10 99 3RD 2ND 4TH 1ST 98 — 2ND 1ST — 97 4TH 1ST 1ST 1ST 96 QF QF 1ST — 95 QF 4TH 2ND SF 94 SF SF 2ND 2ND 93 WON RUP RUP 4TH 92 WON WON 3RD SF 91 4TH WON QF RUP 90 2ND 4TH 3RD 2ND 89 — 4TH 1ST 3RD 88 — — — 2ND STEFAN EDBERG (SWE) Birthdate: January 19. Residence: Grimslov. FINALIST (11). FINALIST (12). Russia. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (19). 238 . 1952 in Belleville. 1973 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Nastase). Highest singles ranking: 1 (May 3. FINALIST (20). GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. Career prize money: $20. 1987 doubles champion (w/Jarryd). USA. 1974). 1974 in Sochi. CAREER TITLES (23). GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. Illinois. 1973). Highest Singles Ranking: 1 (February 10. Residence: Belleville. Illinois. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 56-10# 30-13 49-12 43-12 96 2ND 4TH 2ND QF 95 4TH 2ND 2ND 3RD 94 SF 1ST 2ND 3RD 93 RUP QF SF 2ND 92 RUP 3RD QF WON 91 SF QF SF WON 90 RUP 1ST WON 1ST 89 QF RUP RUP 4TH 88 SF 4TH WON 4TH 87 WON 2ND SF SF 86 — 2ND 3RD SF 85 WON QF 4TH 4TH 84 QF 2ND 2ND 2ND 83 2ND — 2ND 1ST #w/o in 1989. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD — 43-13 19-14 27-9 81 — 1ST 1ST — 80 — 2ND 2ND — 79 — 2ND 1ST 2ND 78 — 3RD 1ST — 77 — 4TH 1ST 3RD 76 — 3RD — QF 75 — 4TH 2ND 4TH 74 — 4TH QF 4TH 73 — QF WON RUP 72 — QF SF 2ND 71 — WON 1ST RUP 70 — WON 1ST — 69 — 4TH 2ND 2ND 68 — — 1ST — 67 — 4TH 1ST — 66 — 2ND 1ST — *1977 Roland Garros doubles finalist (w/Fibak). Czech Republic.941.033. Career prize money: $23. JAN KODES (CZE) Birthdate: March 1. Sweden. YEVGENY KAFELNIKOV (RUS) Birthdate: February 18.132. FINALIST (13). California. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 28-7 31-10 16-10 24-9 03 2ND 2ND 1ST 3RD 02 2ND 2ND 3RD 2ND 01 QF QF 3RD SF 00 RUP QF 2ND 3RD 99 WON 2ND 3RD SF 98 — 2ND 1ST 4TH 97 — QF 4TH 2ND 96 QF WON 1ST — 95 QF SF QF 3RD 94 2ND 3RD 3RD 4TH 93 — 2ND — — *1996-97 Roland Garros doubles champion (w/Vacek). and Santa Ynez. USA. USA. JIM COURIER (USA) Birthdate: August 17. Residence: Sochi. Highest singles ranking: 5 (September 13. USA. FINALIST (54).JIMMY CONNORS (USA) Birthdate: September 2. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN AUS. FINALIST (14). 1999). 1975 US Open doubles champion (w/Nastase).797. 2003 finalist (w/Haarhuis).883. 1997 US Open doubles champion (w/Vacek). Residence: Prague. New York. Florida. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 10-1 40-13 84-18 98-17 92 — 1ST 1ST 2ND 77 — — RUP RUP 91 — 3RD 3RD SF 76 — — QF WON 90 — — — — 75 RUP — RUP RUP 89 — 2ND 2ND QF 74 WON — WON WON 88 — — 4TH QF 73 — 1ST QF QF 87 — QF SF SF 72 — 3RD QF 1ST 86 — — 1ST 3RD 71 — — — 2ND 85 — SF SF SF 70 — — — 1ST 84 — SF RUP SF 83 — QF 4TH WON 82 — QF WON WON 81 — QF SF SF 80 — SF SF SF 79 — SF SF SF 78 — — RUP WON 1973 Roland Garros doubles finalist (w/Nastase). 1946 in Prague. Sweden. FINALIST (18). Highest singles ranking: 1 (July 29.630. Russia. Highest singles ranking: 1 (August 13. Czechoslovakia. 1987 US Open doubles champion (w/Jarryd). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (18). 1966 in Vastervik. 1990).

1992 champion (w/Stich). Career prize money: $12. 1959 in Wiesbaden. FINALIST (31).417. CAREER TITLES (14). '83 US Open doubles champion (w/Fleming).552. Career prize money: $21. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6).COM 239 . 1989 champion (w/Woodforde). Queensland. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 7-8 36-7 7-5 15-9 05 — 1ST — 2ND 04 3RD QF — 1ST 03 2ND 4TH 2ND 1ST 02 1ST 4TH — 4TH 01 2ND WON — QF 00 1ST WON 3RD 1ST 99 2ND QF QF QF 98 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 97 2ND WON 1ST 3RD 96 — 1ST — — ROD LAVER (AUS) Birthdate: August 9. FINALIST (22). Residence: Carlsbad. ATPWORLDTOUR. Career Prize Money: $2. 1980). OPEN 18-5 ROLAND GARROS 25-10 WIMBLEDON 59-11 US OPEN 65-12 92 QF 1ST SF 4TH 91 — 1ST 4TH 3RD 90 4TH — 1ST SF 89 QF — SF 2ND 88 — 4TH 2ND 2ND 87 — 1ST — QF 86 — — — 1ST 85 QF SF QF RUP 84 — RUP WON WON 83 SF QF WON 4TH 82 — — RUP SF 81 80 — — QF 3RD WON RUP WON WON 79 — — 4TH WON 78 — — 1ST SF 77 — 2ND SF 4TH 1977 Roland Garros mixed doubles champion (w/Carillo). Highest singles ranking: 1 (December 4. '81. FINALIST (13). 213. FINALIST (52). Brazil.262.564. CAREER TITLES (47). FINALIST (10). '81. 1973 (w/Rosewall). '82 doubles finalist (w/Fleming). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (37). 1979. Residence: New York. (Became U. 1992). Residence: Naples. Citizen July 7. CAREER TITLES (20). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 48-10 53-12 48-14 73-13 94 4TH 1ST — 2ND 93 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 92 QF 2ND 4TH QF 91 RUP — 3RD SF 90 WON — SF QF 89 WON 4TH SF RUP 88 SF QF SF RUP 87 SF WON RUP WON 86 — WON RUP WON 85 SF RUP 4TH WON 84 4TH WON SF RUP 83 RUP QF SF RUP 82 — 4TH — RUP 81 — RUP 1ST 4TH 80 3RD 3RD 3RD QF 79 — 4TH 1ST 2ND 78 — 1ST — — JOHN MCENROE (USA) Birthdate: February 16. FINALIST (9). FINALIST (23). Highest singles ranking: 1 (March 3. Czechoslovakia. South Africa. CAREER TITLES (94). USA. CAREER TITLES (77). 1983). Highest singles ranking: 3 (August 9. 1970 US Open doubles finalist (w/Emerson). Florida. 1979. OPEN WON RUP ROLAND GARROS WON SF WIMBLEDON WON WON WON RUP US OPEN +Did not play Grand Slam tournaments from 1963-67 1969 Australian Open doubles champion (w/Emerson).794. GRAND SLAM HISTORY CAREER RECORD AUS. Germany. California. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 25-6 4-3 24-13 28-12 91 — — 1ST — 89 3RD — 1ST 1ST 88 2ND — 1ST 3RD 87 2ND 1ST 4TH 3RD 86 — SF 2ND 3RD 85 QF — 3RD 2ND 84 SF — 4TH 3RD 83 QF — 3RD 4TH 82 WON — QF 3RD 81 WON — QF 3RD 80 — — 3RD SF 79 — 1ST 3RD QF 78 — — 2ND QF GUSTAVO KUERTEN (BRA) Birthdate: September 10.S. New York. 2000). 1984). Australia. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 22-6 25-6 50-7 45-10 77 — — 2ND — 76 — — — — 75 — — — 4TH 60 WON 3RD RUP RUP 74 — — — — 59 3RD 3RD RUP QF 73 — — — 3RD 58 2ND 2ND 3RD 4TH 72 — — — 4TH 57 1ST — — — 71 3RD — QF — 56 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 70 — — 4TH 4TH 69 WON WON WON WON 68 — RUP WON 4TH +62 61 AUS. 1978. USA. GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. FINALIST (2). USA. Residence: Florianopolis. Career prize money: $1. FINALIST (7). FINALIST (18). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (78). GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. Career Prize Money: $14. 1960 in Ostrava.807. 1971 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Emerson). 1980 finalist (w/Fleming). 1974). GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. 1958 in Pongola. GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. Highest singles ranking: 7 (September 10.JOHAN KRIEK (USA) Birthdate: April 5. IVAN LENDL (USA) Birthdate: March 7. Connecticut.000. Highest singles ranking: 1 (February 28. 1968-69 Roland Garros doubles finalist (w/Emerson). 1938 in Rockhampton. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). Brazil.132. Residence: Goshen. USA. 1976 in Florianopolis.383. '83-84 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Fleming).

Residence: Graz. 1973 (w/Anderson). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (51).791. 1967 in Leibnitz. Career Prize Money: $2. Austria. France.W. GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. 1996). FINALIST (27). Highest Singles Ranking: 1 (February 12. 1973 (w/Davidson). FINALIST (1). 1973 (w/ Okker). Career Prize Money: $13. Austria..1974). 1971. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). 1973 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Connors). Spain. GRAND SLAM HISTORY CAREER RECORD AUS. N. GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. '74 Wimbledon doubles champion (w/Roche). 1976 in Palma de Mallorca. Career Prize Money: $12. 1972 finalist (w/Davidson). Residence: Paris. CAREER TITLES (20). FINALIST (21). Career prize money: $1. FINALIST (38).408. CAREER TITLES (57). CAREER TITLES (44).224. CAREER TITLES (32). 1971 US Open doubles champion (w/Taylor). 1999). OPEN 0-1 ROLAND GARROS 37-15 WIMBLEDON 35-15 US OPEN 30-14 85 — — — 1ST 84 — 1ST — 1ST 83 — 3RD — 1ST 82 — 2ND 1ST 4TH 81 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 80 — — 3RD 2ND 79 — 1ST — 2ND 78 — — QF — 77 — QF QF 2ND 76 — — RUP SF 75 — 3RD 2ND QF 74 — QF 4TH 3RD 73 — WON 4TH 2ND 72 — 2ND RUP WON 71 — RUP 2ND 3RD 70 — QF 4TH — 69 — 1ST 3RD 4TH 68 — 2ND — — 67 — 3RD 1ST — 66 — 3RD 1ST — 1970 Roland Garros doubles champion (w/Tiriac). JOHN NEWCOMBE (AUS) Birthdate: May 23. 1973). 1969 Roland Garros doubles champion (w/Roche). OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 23-11 32-13 0-4 22-10 99 1ST 1ST — 3RD 98 1ST QF — 1ST 97 SF 3RD — QF 96 4TH 4TH — 4TH 95 3RD WON 1ST QF 94 QF 3RD 1ST QF 93 2ND 4TH 1ST — 92 3RD 2ND — — 91 — 1ST — 4TH 90 3RD SF — — 89 SF — — 1ST 88 1ST 3RD 1ST 3RD 87 — 3RD — 1ST 86 — 2ND — — 85 — 1ST — — ILIE NASTASE (ROU) Birthdate: July 19. FINALIST (24). Highest singles ranking: 1 (June 3. Australia. Romania.076.970. 1968-69 -70.443. Residence: Palma de Mallorca. Residence: Sydney.410. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 13-12 32-12 7-8 26-13 09 1ST — — — 08 1ST 1ST — 2ND 07 1ST QF 1ST QF 06 1ST 3RD — 3RD 05 1ST 4TH — 2ND 04 — QF 4TH 3RD 03 2ND QF — 4TH 02 2ND 3RD — 2ND 01 QF 2ND 2ND 3RD 00 — 1ST 1ST 4TH 99 1ST 4TH 2ND 2ND 98 2ND WON 2ND SF 97 RUP 2ND 2ND 1ST 96 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND THOMAS MUSTER (AUT) Birthdate: October 2. FINALIST (11). 1946 in Bucharest. 1975 US Open doubles champion (w/Connors). '76 AustralianOpen doubles champion (w/Roche).CARLOS MOYA (ESP) Birthdate: August 27.S. 1944 in Sydney. FINALIST (41). Highest Singles Ranking: 1 (March 15. Australia. NSW. 1973 finalist (w/Connors). Spain. GRAND SLAM HISTORY AUS. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN *December. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN CAREER RECORD 46-4 16-9 45-11 43-9 78 — — 4TH — 67 SF 4TH WON WON 77 QF* — — — 66 SF 3RD 3RD RUP 76 RUP 1ST 3RD — 65 SF QF 4TH — 75 WON — — — 64 QF 2ND 1ST 3RD 74 QF — QF SF 63 QF 2ND 1ST 4TH 73 WON 1ST — WON 62 QF 3RD 2ND — 72 QF — — 3RD 61 — — 1ST — 71 3RD — WON 1ST 60 1ST — — — 70 QF — WON SF 69 QF QF RUP SF 68 — — 4TH QF AUS. Highest Singles Ranking: 1 (August 23. 240 .062. CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (41).

Australia. FINALIST (22). Residence: Santiago. 1999). Residence: Moscow. GRAND SLAM HISTORY AU