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MEDIA GUIDE
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NOTE FROM THE ATP


Dear Media and Fans, Welcome to the 2012 ATP World Tour. The stage is set for another thrilling season as the ATP World Tour embarks on a journey across 62 tournaments, in 31 countries and 6 continents, culminating at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at The O2 in London from 5-12 November. The stars of the ATP World Tour are among the most recognized athletes in the world. They continue to make headlines across the globe for their incredible achievements on the court as they battle for prestigious titles at ATP World Tour Masters 1000, 500, and 250 level tournaments, in addition to the four Grand Slams. This golden generation of players has taken the game to new heights, and 2012 promises to be another year of record-breaking performances and great rivalries. Tournaments around the world also continue to invest significantly in new facilities to enhance the experience of the more than 4.3 million spectators who attend ATP World Tour events each year. The 2012 ATP World Tour Media Guide contains a wealth of player and tournament information, including updated biographies on more than 130 players from more than 35 countries.

In Memory

Jim McManus 1940-2011


Former player and ATP founding father

We would like to thank each and every one of you for your continued coverage and support of men's professional tennis. We wish you all the best for a terrific 2012 ATP World Tour season.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ATP WORLD TOUR INTRODUCTION Note from the ATP .........................................................................................................................................................................1 A Look Ahead to 2012..................................................................................................................................................................4 ATP Timeline ....................................................................................................................................................................................5 ATP WORLD TOUR ADMINISTRATION Organizational Structure .............................................................................................................................................................8 Board of Directors, Executive Management & Staff ..........................................................................................................9 On-Site Staff...................................................................................................................................................................................10 Media FAQs....................................................................................................................................................................................11 2012 ATP WORLD TOUR TOURNAMENT INFORMATION 2012 Calendar.........................................................................................................................................................................14-15 2012 ATP World Tour Profile ...................................................................................................................................................16 Grand Slam Tournaments ........................................................................................................................................................19 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals/ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Tournaments .....................................................20 Power Horse 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 2011 Year-end South African Airways ATP Rankings ..................................................................................................180 South African Airways ATP Rankings Top 10 Year-end History ...............................................................................181 South African Airways ATP Rankings History of No. 1.................................................................................................182 2011 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 2011 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 2011 FedEx ATP Reliability Index Leaders .......................................................................................................................196 2011 RICOH ATP World Tour MatchFacts/Year-by-Year MatchFacts Leaders ....................................................198 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 2012 World Group Draw & 2011 Davis Cup Results.....................................................................................................231 Olympics History & World Team Cup Results .................................................................................................................232 TOURNAMENT RESULTS 2011 Tournament Results ......................................................................................................................................................233 ATP Challenger Tour Finals & 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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A LOOK AHEAD TO 2012

he ATP World Tour saw a new but familiar face ascend to the No. 1 South African Airways ATP Ranking for the first time last season. After seven years of dominance by superstars Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic emerged in 2011 to finish No. 1. The Serb compiled his best season by capturing 10 titles, including three Grand Slam crowns and a record five ATP World Tour Masters 1000 championships. Djokovic began the season with a 41-match winning streak and never looked back. For the fourth season in a row, the Big 4 of Djokovic, Nadal, Federer and Andy Murray finished in the top four ranking positions. When one or more of the foursome competed in a tournament during the year, they combined to win 22 of 23 event trophies. In Grand Slam play going back to 2005 Roland Garros, the top trio of Djokovic, Nadal and Federer have collected an amazing 26 of 27 Slam titles. In the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London, Federer defeated Frenchman JoWilfried Tsonga to claim a record sixth year-end title in his 100th final. Federer closed the season with three titles and on a 17-match winning streak. He finished in the Top 3 for the ninth consecutive season. Along with their Grand Slam supremacy, Nadal is the all-time leader with 19 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles and Federer follows with 18. Federer is No. 4 on the Open Era titles list with 70 career championships and with his strong finish, he is well-positioned to challenge for the No. 1 ranking in 2012. He is one week away from tying Pete Sampras record for most weeks (286) at top spot. While the Top 4 grabbed many of the headlines throughout the season, a group of new champions emerged. Last year on the ATP World Tour there were 10 first-time winners from as many countries, with nine finishing in the Top 50. Canadian Milos Raonic, at 20, was the youngest winner on tour. In doubles, Americans Bob and Mike Bryan are coming off another stellar campaign with eight titles, including their 11th Grand Slam crown. They finished as the No. 1 team for a record seventh time in the past nine years and with an Open Era record 75 titles together. However, at seasons end they were upstaged by Max Mirnyi and Daniel Nestor, who won the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in their first year as a team to finish No. 2 in the 2011 ATP Doubles Team Rankings. In 2011, the ATP announced significant prize money increases over the next three years with ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events leading the way with a 9 percent increase per year for each of the next three years, topping $90 million (excluding Grand Slams) by 2014. As part of the agreement, prize money at the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals will increase 30% over the next three years from $5

Players arrive at the 2011 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals Gala.

million to $6.5 million. Additionally, the player bonus pool will increase 33 percent to $8 million in 2014. Off the court, 2011 marked the launch of ATP ACES For Charity, a global initiative aimed at supporting player and tournament charitable activities, and giving back to communities where ATP tournaments are played. Twelve inaugural honourees, including the Rafa Nadal Foundation, the Bryan Brothers Foundation and the Washington Tennis Education Foundation, received $10,000 grants. The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals Gala in London, attended by the worlds top eight players and doubles teams, also raised more than $600,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Childrens Charity. At the beginning of the season ATP launched its new GAME ON campaign, capturing the raw emotion, athleticism and individuality of the worlds best players, set against a spectacular fantasy stadium. The season ended on a high with more than 250,000 fans flocking to the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals for the third consecutive year. The event was watched by a record 95 million viewers in 184 countries, a 60 percent increase on 2010. The ATPs official website and live scoring received 9 million visits, a 30 percent increase on the previous year. Throughout the year the ATPs web and mobile products attracted more than 225 million visits, a 30 percent increase on 2010. As focus now moves to 2012, there is no shortage of storylines to captivate fans: Can Djokovic put together another season to rival his 2011 dominance? Will someone break through into the Top 4? Will Federer, at 30 and the oldest player in the Top 10, capture an Olympic gold medal in singles on the hallowed lawns of Wimbledon? Will Murray break through to capture his first Grand Slam title? Can Nadal regain the year-end No. 1 South African Airways ATP Ranking he held in 2008 and 2010? So many questions with so many possibilities, given the depth of talent on the ATP World Tour.

ATP WORLD TOUR TIMELINE

he ATP is in its fifth decade as a leading governing body in professional tennis. The organization was formed in 1972 when a handful of the game's top players met in a secluded stairwell at the US Open to discuss the need for a players' association. Under the leadership of newly elected executive director Jack Kramer and president Cliff Drysdale, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) came to life with a goal of changing the game for the better. Over the years, new tournaments, record-breaking levels of prize money and facility enhancements have made the sport entertaining to fans around the globe. Following is a look back at ATP highlights over the past four decades: Among the highlights: 1973: The ATP establishes the computer ranking system, providing a fair analysis of a players performance and creating an objective way to determine entries into tournaments. The ATP Rankings are introduced on August 23 with Ilie Nastase debuting at No. 1. Other actions include placing tournament representatives on the road and standardizing prize money distribution and the conduct and discipline code. 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. 1974: The Men's International Professional Tennis Council (MIPTC), made up of ATP, ILTF and tournament directors, is formed to govern the sport as an independent, democratic, international body for the administration of professional tennis. 1976: The ATP Doubles computer rankings begin on March 1 with Bob Hewitt at No. 1. 1978: The Nations Cup, featuring eight competing nations, becomes the World Team Cup in Dsseldorf the first ATP Championship. 1979: Full-time MIPTC supervisors are employed on the mens tour, and Penn becomes the official ball of the ATP. In a groundbreaking move, four young Chinese players compete in U.S. tournaments for the first time in over 21 years after being sponsored by the ATP. 1980: The ATP sets up a player pension fund. 1983: ATP membership approaches 500. 1985: At the request of the ATP, MIPTC passes a Drug Testing Rule, making tennis the first professional sport to institute a workable and well-designed drugtesting program.

1986: In an effort to make the calendar more coherent, the MIPTC moves the Australian Open a month back to January ('87) and the Masters a month earlier to December ('86). 1988: The players, under ATP CEO Hamilton Jordan, hold a press conference in the US Open parking lot to announce that they will assume more control of the game. 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. The idea is quickly embraced by the membership. Eighty-five of the Top 100 ranked players sign a letter of support for a new tour within weeks of the news conference. Tournament directors representing many of the worlds 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. 1989: All Top 50 players contractually agree to play the new ATP Tour in 1990. A new calendar is structured allowing for an eight-week off-season and tournaments are realigned. 1990: Sponsored by IBM, the ATP Tour era begins with an equal partnership between players and tournaments. The circuit features 76 tournaments in 28 countries on six continents, with prize money averaging a 50% increase at the events. Indianapolis tournament director Mark Miles is named ATP CEO. 1991: The first television package for mens tennis broadcasts 19 tournaments to a worldwide audience. 1993: The ATP Tour extends its global reach, adding Arabian Gulf tournaments in Doha and Dubai. Prize money continues to rise, increasing by 23%. 1995: The ATP Tour launches its first ATP Web site, ATP Online, 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. 1996: The Mercedes-Benz/ATP partnership begins with a four-year agreement. As the Official Car of the ATP, Mercedes-Benz provides official transportation at ATP tournaments, showcases prominent car displays at tournament sites and positions its MercedesBenz star signage on nets. 1997: The ATP Senior Tour of Champions is sanctioned. 1998: Players form a new STARS program as the ATP

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Tour helps make players more accessible to media, sponsors and fans. ATP broadcasts extend their reach to more than 200 countries. 2000: The ATP Tour changes its name to ATP for 2001, introduces a new logo and rebrands its nine premier tournaments the Tennis Masters Series. 2001: A newly launched Web site, ATPtennis.com, highlights the new tournament structure. ATP Properties forms, instigating a more commercial focus and new marketing, licensing and broadcasting opportunities. 2002: Players gain greater visibility with appearances in television shows and popular magazines, prompting the ATP to launch its own publication: DEUCE magazine. The ATP combines with the WTA Tour to create the One Game program, enacting initiatives to better serve professional tennis fans. 2005: Etienne de Villiers is named ATP Chairman in June. ATP stars unite behind ATP World No. 1 Roger Federer to raise funds for tsunami victims, donating prize money and organizing the ATP All-Star Rally for Relief. At the exhibition, the ATP and UNICEF launch a global partnership called ACE, Assisting Children Everywhere. 2006: De Villiers expands his role to become ATP Executive Chairman and President. The ATP signs several major new sponsorship agreements, including the naming of South African Airways as Official Airline. Doubles stars gain greater support and exposure through a promotional ATP Doubles Revolution campaign and new match format. The player challenge, utilizing video review for close line calls, debuts in Miami and is successfully implemented at 13 tournaments. 2007: The ATP introduces enhancements to fan, sponsor, media and player experience at tournaments, including elimination of best-of-5 set finals; reduced draw sizes at five ATP Masters Series events, making them 56-player fields to reduce the physical demands on top players and enhance TV scheduling.The ATP also increases prize money for the first time since 2000 and creates a new multi-million dollar marketing fund. A renewed marketing effort encourages fans to rediscover the tandem game and find out why ATP Doubles Rules. ATP revenues grow by 15%, a record 4 million fans attend ATP tournaments and broadcast hours grow with record numbers watching on television. 2008: The top three players, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic, take a leadership role by becoming ATP Player Council members with Federer as president. It's the first time in the organization's history the top three players have joined the council in the same two-year period. All worldwide tennis organizations (WTA, ITF, ATP & Grand Slam Committee) formed an integrity unit. The ATP's Feel It player promotion campaign is implemented throughout the season. Sponsorship deals with South African Airways, 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. 2009: Adam Helfant takes over as ATP Executive Chairman and President in January. The organization was rebranded ATP World Tour, the launch of which included a new logo. Three new tournament categories were introduced during the season with ATP World Tour Masters 1000, ATP World Tour 500 and ATP World Tour 250 level events. The points awarded to the tournament winner correspond with the category level. The year-end championship, the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, was held in London for the first time, as over 250,000 fans jammed The O2 during the eight-day tournament. It was an all-time attendance record for an indoor tournament. The ATP World Tour sets a record attendance with approximately 4.4 million spectators. 2010: During the season two major sponsors were announced with the signing of Corona Extra as a premier partner, and FedEx as a platinum partner, while the Tours partnership with Ricoh also was expanded significantly. In November, ATP Executive Chairman and President Adam Helfant announced that beginning in 2012, the off-season would be expanded by an additional two weeks to seven weeks. The increased break, designed to allow players more time for rest, recovery and training between seasons, was approved for the 2012-13 ATP World Tour calendars by the ATP Board at its London meetings. 2011: The ATPs new advertising campaign GAME ON, featuring more than 50 players, was unveiled and extensively rolled out across ATP World Tour tournaments throughout the season. In July, a multi-year prize money agreement was announced seeing levels on the Tour exceed $90 million (not including Grand Slams) for the first time by 2014. Two major sponsorship deals were announced with the signing of Mot & Chandon as the Official Champagne of the ATP World Tour, and the State of Rio de Janeiro as the official tourism destination of the ATP World Tour. The ATP ACES For Charity grant programme was launched, with twelve $10,000 grants being awarded to charitable causes nominated by tournaments and players. The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals Gala presented by Mot & Chandon raised more than $600,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Childrens Charity. The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals welcomed more than 250,000 fans to The O2 for a 3rd consecutive year.

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ATP ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Player Representatives
Giorgio di Palermo David Egdes Justin Gimelstob TBD

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: Coach: Roger Federer Fernando Gonzalez Rafael Nadal Sam Querrey Peter Luczak Jarkko Nieminen Eric Butorac Nenad Zimonjic Yves Allegro Ashley Fisher Ignacio Hirigoyen Claudio Pistolesi

TOURNAMENT COUNCIL
5 Europe Richard Krajicek, Sergio Palmieri,
Herwig Straka, Thomas Wallen, Mark Webster

4 International Group Allon Khakshouri,


Graham Pearce, Charles Smith, Salah Tahlak

4 Americas Gavin Forbes, TBD

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

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. Representative Americas

Charles Smith
Tourn. Representative International

Mark Webster
Tourn. Representative Europe

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Gayle David Bradshaw Laurent Delanney Brad Drewett Philip Galloway Kate Gordon Andre Silva Mark Young Executive VP & Administrator of Regulations CEO Europe/ SVP ATP Properties CEO International Group Chief Operating Officer / Chief Financial Officer EVP Marketing and Communications Chief Player Officer CEO Americas / General Counsel

EXECUTIVE STAFF
Nicola Arzani George Ciz Linda Clark Kerry Cleek Alison Lee David Massey John Phillips Jeff Reel Murray Swartzberg SVP PR & Marketing VP Marketing VP Tournament Relations Americas VP Finance & Accounting VP International Group VP ATP Europe SVP Digital Marketing VP & Assistant General Counsel SVP Information Technology

ATP ON-SITE STAFF


SUPERVISORS

Tom Barnes
Senior Manager Officiating Operations San Mateo, CA, USA

Mark Darby
Latham, NY, USA

Ed Hardisty
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Thomas Karlberg
Karlstad, Sweden

Paulo Pereira
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Carlos Sanches
Lisbon, Portugal

CHAIR UMPIRES

Gerry Armstrong
East Sussex, England

Carlos Bernardes
Sao Paulo, Brazil

Damien Dumusois
Paris, France

Mohamed El Jennati
Casablanca, Morocco

Lars Graff
Bastad, Sweden

Roland Herfel
Rennau, Germany

Mohamed Lahyani
Uppsala, Sweden

Cedric Mourier
Roanne, France

Fergus Murphy
Dublin, Ireland

Ali Nili
Phoenix, AZ, USA

Damian Steiner
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Steve Ullrich
Fremont, CA, USA

PHYSIOTHERAPISTS

Graham Anderson
London, England

Todd Ellenbecker
Medical Services Director Scottsdale, AZ, USA

Luke Fuller
Toronto, Canada

Hugo Gravil
Metz, France

Wayne Howell
Indianapolis, IN, USA

Timo Kalbantner
Stuttgart, Germany

Paul Ness
Melbourne, Australia

Alejandro Resnicoff
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Clay Sniteman
Salt Lake City, UT, USA

Christiaan Swier
Utrecht, Holland

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PR & MARKETING FAQs


(Frequently Asked Questions)
Q: How do I get a media credential for a tennis tournament? A: Each ATP World Tour and Grand Slam tournament is responsible for the media accreditation. Please contact the tournament press officer listed in the tournament directory (pages 19-31). Please remember some tournaments have very early media credential deadlines so apply early. Q: Who should I contact as spokesperson for the ATP? A: Please contact Kate Gordon, Executive Vice President of Marketing & Communications (kgordon@atpworldtour.com). Q: How do I interview a player at a tournament? A: A member of ATP PR & Marketing is on site at all ATP World Tour events and will liaise with the media for all interviews. Interviews can be either post-match press conferences or features. For features as well as photo shoots and TV show appearances, please contact a member of ATP PR & Marketing (below) before the tournament starts. Q: How do I receive ATP media information such as tournament updates, press releases, ATP Tennis Weekly? A: If you wish to receive all ATP media information by email, please send a request to Philippe Dore (pdore@atpworldtour.com). For all media information including live scoring, miscellaneous statistics, updated player bios and results, please visit ATPWorldTour.com. Q: How do I get footage of tennis matches for broadcast purposes? A: Please contact Sarah Milburn at ATP Media (sarah.milburn@tennisproperties.com). Q: How do I get photos of tennis players and tournaments? A: Please contact any independent photographer or agency.

PR & MARKETING
Nicola Arzani
SVP, PR & Marketing narzani@atpworldtour.com

Fabienne Benoit
Manager PR & Marketing fbenoit@atpworldtour.com

Martin Dagahs

Stephen Duckitt

Nanette Duxin
Senior Manager PR & Marketing nduxin@atpworldtour.com

Simon Higson
Director PR & Marketing shigson@atpworldtour.com

Austin Nunn
Manager PR & Marketing anunn@atpworldtour.com

Greg Sharko
Director of Media Information gsharko@atpworldtour.com

Director Senior Manager PR & Marketing PR & Marketing mdagahs@atpworldtour.com sduckitt@atpworldtour.com

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Week Starting Jan 2 Jan 2 Jan 2 Jan 9 Jan 9 Jan 16 Jan 30 Jan 30 Jan 30 Feb 6 Feb 13 Feb 13 Feb 13 Feb 20 Feb 20 Feb 20 Feb 27 Feb 27 Feb 27 Mar 5 Mar 19 Apr 2 Apr 9 Apr 9 Apr 16 Apr 23 Apr 23 Apr 30 Apr 30 Apr 30 May 7 May 14 May 21 May 21 May 28 Jun 11 Jun 11 Jun 18 Casablanca Houston Monte-Carlo1 Barcelona Bucharest Munich Estoril Belgrade Madrid1 Rome1 Dsseldorf1, 7 Nice1, 7 Paris1 London Halle s-Hertogenbosch1, 7 Rotterdam San Jose So Paulo Memphis Marseille Buenos Aires Dubai7 Delray Beach Acapulco7 Indian Wells5 Miami4 City Brisbane Doha7 Chennai Auckland7 Sydney7 Melbourne Montpellier Via del Mar Zagreb
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Tournament Brisbane International Qatar ExxonMobil Open Aircel Chennai Open Heineken Open Apia International Sydney Australian Open* Open Sud de France VTR Open PBZ Zagreb Indoors Davis Cup First Round* ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament SAP Open Brasil Open 2012 Regions Morgan Keegan Championships Open 13 Copa Claro Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships

Surface H H H H H H IH CL IH IH IH IC IH IH CL H H CL H H CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL CL G G G

Draw 32 32 28 28 28 128 28 28 32 32 28 28 32 28 32 32 32 32 96 96 28 28 56 56 28 28 28 28 56 56 8 Teams 28 128 56 28 32

Prize Money USD/Euros

Total Financial Commitment

$434,250 $1,024,000 $398,250 $398,250 $434,250 398,250 $398,250 398,250 1,207,500 $531,000 $475,300 $1,155,000 512,750 $484,100 $1,700,475 $442,500 $1,155,000 $4,694,969 $3,973,050 398,250 $442,500 2,427,975 1,627,500 398,250 398,250 398,250 366,950 3,090,150 2,427,975 800,000 398,250 625,300 663,750 398,250

$486,000 $1,110,250 $450,000 $450,000 $486,000 450,000 $450,000 450,000 1,502,500 $600,000 $532,800 $1,281,500 576,000 $553,100 $2,313,975 $500,000 $1,281,500 $5,549,969 $4,828,050 450,000 $500,000 2,744,225 2,072,500 450,000 450,000 450,000 418,700 3,973,695 2,950,475 1,300,000 450,000 711,550 750,000 450,000

Delray Beach International Tennis Championships Abierto Mexicano Telcel BNP Paribas Open Sony Ericsson Open Davis Cup Quarterfinals* Grand Prix Hassan II U.S. Mens Clay Court Championship Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell BRD Nastase Tiriac Trophy BMW Open Estoril Open Serbia Open 2012 Mutua Madrid Open Internazionali BNL d'Italia Power Horse World Team Cup Open de Nice Cte dAzur Roland Garros* AEGON Championships Gerry Weber Open UNICEF Open

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2012 SEASON
Week Starting Jun 18 Jun 25 Jul 9 Jul 9 Jul 9 Jul 9 Jul 16 Jul 16 Jul 16 Jul 23 Jul 23 Jul 30 Jul 30 Aug 6 Aug 13 Aug 20 Aug 27 Sep 10 Sep 17 Sep 17 Sep 24 Sep 24 Oct 1 Oct 1 Oct 8 Oct 15 Oct 15 Oct 15 Oct 22 Oct 22 Oct 29 Nov 5 Nov 16 Metz St. Petersburg Bangkok Kuala Lumpur Tokyo Beijing Shanghai1 Vienna Stockholm Moscow Basel Valencia Paris London City Eastbourne London Newport Bstad Stuttgart Umag Gstaad Hamburg Atlanta Kitzbhel1, 7 Los Angeles Washington London Toronto Cincinnati1 Winston-Salem1, 7 New York
1, 7

Tournament AEGON International Wimbledon*

Surface G G G CL CL CL CL CL H CL H H G H H H H IH IH IH IH H H H IH IH IH IH IH IH IH

Draw 28 128 28 28 28 28 28 32 28 28 28 32 64 48 56 48 128 28 32 28 28 32 32 56 28 28 28 32 32 48 8

Prize Money USD/Euros

Total Financial Commitment

403,950 $398,250 358,425 358,425 358,425 358,425 900,000 $477,900 358,425 $557,550 $1,049,760 $2,648,700 $2,825,280 $553,125

455,700 $455,750 410,175 410,175 410,175 410,175 1,015,000 $546,900 410,175 $638,050 $1,286,260 $3,218,700 $3,433,280 $625,000

Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships SkiStar Swedish Open MercedesCup ATP Studena Croatia Open Umag Crdit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad bet-at-home Open 2012-German Tennis Chmps. Atlanta Tennis Championships bet-at-home Cup Kitzbhel Farmers Classic Legg Mason Tennis Classic 2012 Olympics*> Rogers Cup Western & Southern Open Winston-Salem Open US Open* Davis Cup Semifinals* Moselle Open St. Petersburg Open PTT Thailand Open Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships China Open Shanghai Rolex Masters Erste Bank Open If Stockholm Open Kremlin Cup Swiss Indoors Basel Valencia Open 500 BNP Paribas Masters Barclays ATP World Tour Finals Davis Cup Finals*

398,250 $410,850 $551,000 $850,000 $1,280,565 $2,205,000 $3,531,600 486,750 486,750 $673,150 1,404,300 1,424,850 2,427,975 $5,500,000

450,000 $468,350 $608,500 $947,750 $1,407,065 $3,441,500 $5,891,600 550,000 550,000 $742,150 1,934,300 2,086,850 2,950,475 $5,500,000

*Grand Slams, Olympics and Davis Cup are not ATP events Total Financial Commitment is the tournaments investment in the event including ATP sanction and marketing fees, onsite prize money and bonus pool contributions.
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Sunday start Grand Slams

Wednesday start

Thursday start

Saturday final

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Saturday start 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 court

H = Hard court

IC = Indoor Clay court

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ATP WORLD TOUR PROFILE*


62 Tournaments in 31 countries on six continents Circuit by classification:

Barclays ATP World Tour Finals

9 ATP World Tour Masters 1000

11 ATP World Tour 500 40 ATP World Tour 250 Power Horse World Team Cup

Total financial commitment: $97,672,318**


(**Euro-US Dollar exchange rate of 1.3)

Prize money: $83,312,914 By Surface: By Environment:

35 Hard 22 Clay 5 Grass


By Country:

44 Outdoor 18 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
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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 Thailand 1 United Arab Emirates

* Does not include Grand Slams, Davis Cup or Olympics

AUSTRALIAN OPEN
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
Date: January 16-29, 2012 Site: Melbourne Park Surface: Hard Draw: 128 Stadium Court Seating: 14,553 Address: Private Bag 6060; Richmond VIC Australia 3121 Tel: +613-9914-4400 E-mail: ausopen@tennis.com.au Web: www.australianopen.com Media Contact: Darren Pearce Tel: +613-9914-4230 E-mail: dpearce@tennis.com.au Ticket Hotline: 1300 888 104 / +61 3 9039 9407 Tournament First Held: 1905

Craig Tiley
Tournament Director

ROLAND GARROS
PARIS, FRANCE
Date: May 27-June 10, 2012 Site: Stade Roland-Garros Surface: Clay Draw: 128 Center Court Seating: 14,891 Address: Fdration Franaise de Tennis; Stade Roland-Garros; 2, avenue Gordon-Bennett 75016 Paris France Tel: +33/1-4743-4800 Fax: +33/1-4743-04-94 Web: www.rolandgarros.com Director of Operations: Christophe Fagniez Contact: Christine Donnet E-mail: cdonnet@fft.fr Media Contacts Press: Christophe Proust E-mail: cproust@fft.fr Tel: +33/1-4743-4806 TV: Sandra Gorline E-mail: sgorline@fft.fr Tel: +33/1-4743-4025 Ticket Hotline: +33/8 2665 0000 Tickets Online: www.fft.fr (reservations only) Tournament First Held: 1891

Gilbert Ysern
Tournament Director

WIMBLEDON
WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND
Date: June 25-July 8, 2012 Site: All England Club Surface: Grass Draw: 128 Stadium Court Seating: 15,000 Address: Church Road; Wimbledon, London SW19 5AE U.K. Tel: +44-20-8944-1066 E-mail: richard.grier@aeltc.com Web: www.wimbledon.org Media Contact: Denise Tyler Tel: +44-20-8971-2310 E-mail: Denise.Tyler@aeltc.com Ticket Hotline: +44-20-8971-2473 Tournament First Held: 1877

Ian Ritchie
Tournament Director

US OPEN
FLUSHING MEADOWS, NEW YORK, USA
Date: August 27-September 9, 2012 Site: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 128 Stadium Court Seating: 23,700 Address: 70 West Red Oak Lane; White Plains, NY 10604 USA Tel: +1-914-696-7000 E-mail: widmaier@usta.com Web: www.usopen.org Media Contact: Chris Widmaier Tel: +1-914-696-7284 E-mail: widmaier@usta.com Ticket Hotline: +1-866-OPEN-TIX Tournament First Held: 1881

Jim Curley
Tournament Director

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BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS LONDON, ENGLAND


Date: November 5-12, 2012 Site: The O2 arena Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 8 Stadium Court Seating: 17,500 Address: ATP London; Palliser House; Palliser Road; London W14 9EB, U.K. Tel: +44-207/3817890 Web: www.barclaysatpworldtourfinals.com Managing Director: Chris Kermode E-mail: ckermode@atpworldtour.com Media Contact: Nicola Arzani E-mail: narzani@atpworldtour.com Tel: +44-207/3817890 Prize Money: $5,500,000 Ticket Hotline: +44-161/3853211 Tournament First Held: 1970
* ATP World Tour/WTA Combined Event

Brad Drewett
Tournament Director

BNP PARIBAS OPEN INDIAN WELLS, CALIFORNIA, USA


Date: March 8-18, 2012 Site: : Indian Wells Tennis Garden Surface: Hard Draw: 96 Stadium Court Seating: 16,100 Address: 78-200 Miles Avenue; Indian Wells, CA 92210 USA Tel: +1-760-200-8400 E-mail: ssimon@iwtg.net Media Contact: Matt Van Tuinen E-mail: matt@mvtpr.com Tel: +1-773-275-8484 Web: www.bnpparibasopen.com Prize Money: $4,694,969 Total Financial Commitment: $5,549,969 Ticket Hotline: +1-800-999-1585 Tournament First Held: 1976
* ATP World Tour/WTA Combined Event

Steve Simon
Tournament Director

SONY ERICSSON OPEN MIAMI, FLORIDA, USA


Date: March 21-April 1, 2012 Site: Tennis Center at Crandon Park Surface: Hard Draw: 96 Stadium Court Seating: 13,800 Address: 1500 Douglas Road, Suite 230, Coral Gables, FL 33134 Tel: +1-305-446-2200 E-mail: kim.hall@imgworld.com Media Contact: Sam Henderson E-mail: sam.henderson@imgworld.com Tel: +1-305-446-2200 Web: www.sonyericssonopen.com Prize Money: $3,973,050 Total Financial Commitment: $4,828,050 Ticket Hotline: +1-305-442-3367 Tournament First Held: 1985

Adam Barrett
Tournament Director

MONTE-CARLO ROLEX MASTERS

MONTE-CARLO, MONACO

Zeljko Franulovic
Tournament Director

Date: April 15-22, 2012 Site: Monte-Carlo Country Club Surface: Clay Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 10,113 Address: S.M.E.T.T.; Rsidence Puccini; 48 Boulevard d'Italie; 98000 Monaco, Monaco Tel: +377-97-98-70-00 E-mail: prialland@smett.mc Media Contact: Philippe Rialland E-mail: prialland@smett.mc Tel: +377-97-98-70-00 Web: www.montecarlorolexmasters.mc Prize Money: 2,427,975 Total Financial Commitment: 2,744,225 Ticket Hotline: +377-97-98-70-00 Tournament First Held: 1897
* ATP World Tour/WTA Combined Event

MUTUA MADRID OPEN MADRID, SPAIN


Date: May 6-13, 2012 Site: Caja Mgica Surface: Clay Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 12,500 Address: Avda. de las Aves s/n, Madrid, 28011, Spain Tel: +34-914-64-9719 E-mail: jmgarcia@madrid-open.com Media Contact: Javier Tamames E-mail: jtamames@madrid-open.com Tel: +34 915 268 188 Web: www.madrid-open.com Prize Money: 3,090,150 Total Financial Commitment: 3,973,695 Ticket Hotline: +34 902 1 TENIS (83647) Tournament First Held: 2002

Manolo Santana
Tournament Director

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INTERNAZIONALI BNL DITALIA ROME, ITALY


Date: May 13-20, 2012 Site: Foro Italico Surface: Clay Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 10,500 Address: Federazione Italiana Tennis; Stadio Olimpico; Curva Nord, scala G, 1 piano; 00194 Rome; Italy Tel: +39-06-36854201/0 E-mail: internazionali@federtennis.it Media Contact: Angelo Mancuso E-mail: comunicazione@federtennis.it Tel: +39.06.3685.4147 Web: www.internazionalibnlditalia.com Prize Money: 2,427,975 Total Financial Commitment: 2,950,475 Ticket Hotline: +39.06.3208225 Tournament First Held: 1930

Sergio Palmieri
Tournament Director

ROGERS CUP TORONTO, CANADA*


*Note: Tournament alternates between Toronto and Montral. The 2012 event will be held in Toronto.

Karl Hale
Tournament Director

Date: August 6-12, 2012 Site: Rexall Centre Surface: Hard Draw: 48 Stadium Court Seating: 10,300 Address: 1 Shoreham Drive, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; M3N 3A6 Tel: +1-416-665-9777 E-mail: info@tenniscanada.com Media Contact: Sarah Grossman E-mail: sgrossman@tenniscanada.com Tel: +1-416-509-9694 Web: www.rogerscup.com Prize Money: $2,648,700 Total Financial Commitment: $3,218,700 Ticket Hotline: 1-877-283-6647 x4333 Tournament First Held: 1881
* ATP World Tour/WTA Combined Event

WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN CINCINNATI, OHIO, USA


Date: August 12-19, 2012 Site: Lindner Family Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 11,433 Address: 250 E. Fifth St.; Suite 1310; Cincinnati, OH 45202 USA Tel: +1-513-651-0303 E-mail: info@cincytennis.com Media Contact: Will Sikes E-mail: wsikes@cincytennis.com Tel: +1-513-651-4323 Web: www.cincytennis.com Prize Money: $2,825,280 Total Financial Commitment: $3,433,280 Ticket Hotline: +1-513-651-0303 Tournament First Held: 1899

Vince Cicero
Tournament Director

SHANGHAI ROLEX MASTERS SHANGHAI, CHINA


Date: October 7-14, 2012 Site: Qizhong Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 15,000 Address: Shanghai JUSS; 15th Floor, Jiu Shi Tower; No.28 Zhong Shan Road South; Shanghai 200020 P.R. China Tel: +86 21 6333 9436 E-mail: mluevano@netvigator.com Media Contact: Ramon Li E-mail: liwei@jussevent.com Tel: +86 21 6330 7592 Web: www.jussevent.com Prize Money: $3,531,600 Total Financial Commitment: $5,891,600 Ticket Hotline: +86 21 962 388 Tournament First Held: 2009

Michael Andres Luevano


Tournament Director

BNP PARIBAS MASTERS PARIS, FRANCE


Date: Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 2012 Site: Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 48 Stadium Court Seating: 13,800 Address: Fdration Franaise de Tennis; Stade Roland Garros; 2 ave Gordon Bennett 75016 Paris, France Tel: +33/1-4743-4800 Fax: +33/1-4743-0404 E-mail: cdonnet@fft.fr Web: www.bnpparibasmasters.com Media Contacts: Press Christophe Proust E-mail: cproust@fft.fr Tel: +33/1-4743-4806 TV Sandra Gorline E-mail: sgorline@fft.fr Tel: +33/1-4743-4025 Prize Money: 2,427,975 Total Financial Commitment: 2,950,475 Tickets Online: www.bnpparibasmasters.com (reservations only) Ticket Hotline: +33 (0)826 650 000 Tournament First Held: 1986

Guy Forget
Tournament Director

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POWER HORSE WORLD TEAM CUP


Dsseldorf Power Horse World Team Cup Date: May 20-26, 2012 Site: Rochusclub Surface: Clay Draw: 8 Teams Stadium Court Seating: 5,000 Address: Rochusclub Turnier-GmbH; Rolander Weg 15; 40629; Dsseldorf, Germany Tel: +49-211-95-96-433 E-mail: dva@werbeagenturvonarnim.de Media Contact: Bastian Grieger E-mail: bg@werbeagenturvonarnim.de Tel: +49-211-95-96-0 Web: www.world-team-cup.de Prize Money: 800,000 Total Financial Commitment: 1,300,000 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. 27-March 3, 2012 Site: The Fairmont Acapulco Princess Surface: Clay Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 7,000 Address: Paseo de los Tamarindos #400 - A - 31; Col. Bosques de las Lomas; 05120 Mxico D.F.; Mxico Tel: +52-55-5261-6280 E-mail: rzurutuza@mextenis.com Media Contact: Rosa Pantoja E-mail: rpantoja@mextenis.com Tel: +52-55-5261 6280 Web: www.abiertomexicanodetenis.com Prize Money: $1,155,000 Total Financial Commitment: $1,281,500 Tournament First Held: 1993 Ticket Hotline: +52-55 - 5325-9000 Barcelona Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell Date: April 23-29, 2012 Site: Real Club de Tenis Barcelona 1899 Surface: Clay Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 8,000 Address: Bosch i Gimpera 5-13, 08034; Barcelona, Spain Tel: +34-93-203-7852 E-mail: info@rctb1899.es Media Contact: Carlos Martn E-mail: cmartin@rctb1899.es Tel: +34-93-203-7852 Web: www.barcelonaopenbancsabadell.com Prize Money: 1,627,500 Total Financial Commitment: 2,072,500 Tournament First Held: 1953 Ticket Hotline: TBA Basel Swiss Indoors Basel Date: October 22-28, 2012 Site: St. Jakobshalle Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 9,000 Address: Bettenstrasse 73; Allschwil, 4123 Switzerland Tel: +41-61-485-9595 E-mail: info@swissindoorsbasel.ch Media Contact: Mgi Blaser E-mail: mblaser@blasermoles.ch Tel: +41-79-472-6862 Web: www.swissindoorsbasel.ch Prize Money: 1,404,300 Total Financial Commitment: 1,934,300 Tournament First Held: 1970 Ticket Hotline: +41-(0)900-55-22-25 Beijing China Open (Combined Event) Date: Oct. 1-7, 2012 Site: National Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 12,000 Address: Room 912; Building A, North Star Century Center; No. 8 North Star West Road; Chaoyang District, Beijing P.R.C. 100101 Tel: +86 10 84372208 E-mail: 818zjh@chinaopen.com.cn / charleshsiung@netvigator.com Media Contact: Jennifer Chen E-mail: jennifer.chen@chinaopen.com.cn Tel: +86 10 84372208 Web: www.chinaopen.com.cn Prize Money: $2,205,000 Total Financial Commitment: $3,441,500 Tournament First Held: 2004 Ticket Hotline: 400-707-6666 Dubai Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships Date: Feb. 27-March 3, 2012 Site: Dubai Tennis Stadium Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 6,500 Address: Dubai Duty Free; PO Box 831; Dubai UAE Tel: +9714-601-9500 E-mail: salah.tahlak@ddf.ae or bharat.godkhindi@eim.ae Media Contact: Sinead El Sibai E-mail: Sinead.ElSibai@ddf.ae Tel: +9714-601-9220 Web: www.dubaidutyfreetennischampionships.com Prize Money: $1,700,475 Total Financial Commitment: $2,313,795 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) (pictured) & Mr. Charles Hsiung


Co - Tournament Directors

Salah Hussain Bin Tahlak


Tournament Director

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Michael Stich
Tournament Director

Hamburg bet-at-home Open 2012-German Tennis Championships Date: July 16-22, 2012 Site: Rothenbaum Tennis Arena Surface: Clay Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 7,028 Address: Hallerstrasse 89; 20149 Hamburg Germany Tel: +49-40-23880-44-0 E-mail: info@german-open-hamburg.de Media Contact: Oliver Quante E-mail: quante@dtb-tennis.de Tel: +49-40-41178-252 Web: www.german-open-hamburg.de Prize Money: 900,000 Total Financial Commitment: 1,015,000 Tournament First Held: 1897 Ticket Hotline: +49-40-23880-44-44 Memphis Regions Morgan Keegan Championships (Combined Event) Date: Feb. 20-26, 2012 Site: The Racquet Club of Memphis Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 5,000 Address: 5111 Sanderlin Avenue; Memphis, TN 38117-4398 USA Tel: +1-901-765-4400 E-mail: plebedevs@memphistennis.com Media Contact: Carolyn Hicks E-mail: chicks@memphistennis.com Tel: +1-901-765-4484 Web: www.memphistennis.com Prize Money: $1,155,000 Total Financial Commitment: $1,281,500 Tournament First Held: 1976 Ticket Hotline: +1-901-765-4401 Rotterdam ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament Date: Feb. 13-19, 2012 Site: Ahoy Rotterdam Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 10,000 Address: Ahoy-weg 10; 3084 BA Rotterdam, The Netherlands Tel: +31-10-293-3266 E-mail: j.vanvliet@ahoy.nl Media Contact: Bart Schilperoord E-mail: b.schilperoord@ahoy.nl Tel: +31-10-2933216 Web: www.abnamrowtt.nl Prize Money: 1,207,500 Total Financial Commitment: 1,502,500 Tournament First Held: 1974 Ticket Hotline: +31-10-2933811 Tokyo Rakuten Japan Open Date: Oct. 1-7, 2012 Site: Ariake Colosseum and Ariake Tennis Forest Park Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 10,000 Address: Kishi Memorial Hall 4F; 1-1-1 Jinnnan; Shibuya-ku; Tokyo, 150-8050, Japan Tel: +81-3-3481-2511 E-mail: rakutenopen@jta-tennis.or.jp Media Contact: Nobu Hatta E-mail: hatta@Tennisfactory.co.jp Tel: +81-3-3481-2511 Web: jta-tennis.or.jp Prize Money: $1,280,565 Total Financial Commitment: $1,407,065 Tournament First Held: 1972 Ticket Hotline: +81-3-3481-2511 Valencia Valencia Open 500 Date: October 22-28, 2012 Site: Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencas Valencia Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 6,500 Address: Ocatgon Esedos S.L. Calle Francesc Moragas 1 08770 Sant Sadurni Danoia; (Barcelona) Spain Tel: +34 93 818 2900 E-mail: david.serrahima@valenciaopen500.com Media Contact: Francesc Cruces E-mail: francesc.cruces@valenciaopen500.com Tel: +34 93 818 29 00 Web: www.valenciaopen500.com Prize Money: 1,424,850 Total Financial Commitment: 2,086,850 Tournament First Held: 2003 Ticket Hotline: www.valenciaopen500.com Washington, D.C. Legg Mason Tennis Classic Date: July 30-Aug. 5, 2012 Site: William H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 7,500 Address: Lagardere Unlimited; 5335 Wisconsin Ave, NW; Ste 850; Washington, DC 20015 USA Tel: +1-202-721-9500 E-mail: jnewman@lagardere-unlimited.com Media Contact: Lily Fardshisheh E-mail: Lily@lagardere-unlimited.com Tel: +1-202-721-9500 Web: www.leggmasontennisclassic.com Prize Money: $1,049,760 Total Financial Commitment: $1,286,250 Tournament First Held: 1969 Ticket Hotline: +1-202-721-9500
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Peter Lebedevs
Tournament Director

Richard Krajicek
Tournament Director

Nao Kawatei
Tournament Director

Antonio Martinez Cascales


Tournament Director

Jeff Newman
Tournament Director

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ATP WORLD TOUR 250


Atlanta Atlanta Tennis Championships Date: July 16-22, 2012 Site: Atlantic Station Surface: Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 5,000 Address: 5685 Spalding Drive; Norcross, GA 30092 Tel: +1-770-368-8200 E-mail: bryant@sta.usta.com Media Contact: Ron Cioffi E-mail: cioffi@sta.usta.com Tel: +1-770-368-8200 Web: www.atlantatennischampionships.com Prize Money: $477,900 Total Financial Commitment: $546,900 Tournament First Held: 2010 Ticket Hotline: +1-678-527-2138

Bob Bryant
Tournament Director

Richard Palmer
Tournament Director

Auckland Heineken Open Date: Jan. 9-14, 2012 Site: ASB Tennis Centre Surface: Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 3,500 Address: PO Box 2905; Auckland 1015; New Zealand Tel: +64 21 675 006 E-mail: richard@tennisauckland.co.nz Media Contact: Joanne Perry E-mail: media@tennisauckland.co.nz Tel: + 64 21 365224 Web: www.heinekenopen.co.nz Prize Money: $398,250 Total Financial Commitment: $450,000 Tournament First Held: 1956 Ticket Hotline: 0800 Ticketek

Allon Khakshouri
Tournament Director

Bangkok PTT Thailand Open Date: Sept. 24-30, 2012 Site: Impact Arena Surface: Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 8,600 Address: BEC-Tero Entertainment Public Co Ltd, 3199 Maleenont Tower; 25-28th Floor; Rama IV Road, Klongton, Klongtoey; Bangkok 10110, Thailand Tel: +66 2 262 3835 E-mail: allonk@yahoo.com Media Contact: Ms. Atita Ducci E-mail: atita@bectero.com Tel: +66 2 262 2206 or +66 2 262 3835 Web: www.pttthailandopen.org Prize Money: $551,000 Total Financial Commitment: $608,500 Tournament First Held: 2003 Ticket Hotline: +66 2 262 3456

Thomas Walln
Tournament Director

Bstad SkiStar Swedish Open Date: July 9-15, 2012 Site: Bstad Tennis Stadium Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 4,800 Address: Pr Event; Kungsportsavenyn 21; 411 36 Gteborg; Sweden Tel: +46-31-940-250 E-mail: thomas.wallen@swedishopen.org Media Contact: Rebecka Hjorth E-mail: presschef@swedishopen.org Tel: +46-734-33-68-06 Web: www.swedishopen.org Prize Money: 358,425 Total Financial Commitment: 410,175 Tournament First Held:1947 Ticket Hotline: +46-431-750-75

Goran Djokovic
Tournament Director

Belgrade Serbia Open 2012 Date: April 30-May 6, 2012 Site: MGM/Tennis Center Novak, Belgrade Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 7,000 Address: Tadeusa Koscuska 63 a; 11 000 Belgrade; Serbia Tel: +381 11 3148 648 E-mail: office@serbiaopen.rs E-mail: office@serbiaopen.rs Media Contact: Family Sport (marketing dept.) Tel: +381 11 3148 648 Web: www.serbiaopen.rs Prize Money: 366,950 Total Financial Commitment: 418,700 Tournament First Held: 2009 Ticket Hotline: +381 11 3148 648; +381 11 311 88 04

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Cameron Pearson
Tournament Director

Brisbane Brisbane International (Combined Event) Date: Jan. 1-8, 2012 Site: Queensland Tennis Centre Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 5,500 Address: 190 King Arthur Terrace; Tennyson, QLD 4105; PO Box 2366; Graceville, QLD, Australia 4075 Tel: +617 3120 7930 E-mail: brisbaneinternational@tennis.com.au Media Contact: Brooke Boger E-mail: bboger@tennis.com.au Tel: +613 9914 4138 Web: www.brisbaneinternational.com.au Prize Money: $434,250 Total Financial Commitment: $486,000 Tournament First Held: 1956* Ticket Hotline: 1300 888 104 / +61 3 9039 9407
*Held in Adelaide 1956-2008

Dumitru Haradau
Tournament Director

Bucharest BRD Nastase Tiriac Open Date: April 23-29, 2012 Site: B.N.R. Arenas Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 4,800 Address: McCann Erickson; Jules Michelet 18; sector 1; Bucharest, Romania Tel: +40.21.302.2500 E-mail: liliana_ivascu@rots.ro Media Contact: Liliana Ivascu E-mail: liliana_ivascu@rots.ro Tel: +40.21.302.2500 Web: www.brd-nastase-tiriac-trophy.ro Prize Money: 398,250 Total Financial Commitment: 450,000 Tournament First Held: 1996 Ticket Hotline: +40.730 83 66 47

Martin Jaite
Tournament Director

Buenos Aires Copa Claro Date: Feb. 20-26, 2012 Site: Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis Surface: Clay Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 4,800 Address: Odin Sports & Entertainment; 150 Alhambra Circle; Suite 825; Coral Gables, FL 33134 USA Tel: +1-305-461-9290 E-mail: mnido@imgworld.com Media Contact: Eduardo Puppo E-mail: puppoe@fibertel.com.ar Tel: +54-114-795-7540 Web: www.copaclaro.com Prize Money: $484,100 Total Financial Commitment: $553,100 Tournament First Held: 2001 Ticket Hotline: +54-115-533-5533

Khalid Outaleb
Tournament Director

Casablanca Grand Prix Hassan II Date: April 9-15, 2012 Site: Complexe Sportif al Amal Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 5,500 Address: Fdration Royale Marocaine de Tennis; Quartier des sports Beausejour; Casablanca, Morocco Tel: +212-(0)522-981262 E-mail: frmt@menara.ma Media Contact: TBA E-mail: frmt@menara.ma Tel: +212-(0)522-981262 Web: www.gphassan2tennis.com Prize Money: 398,250 Total Financial Commitment: 450,000 Tournament First Held: 1984 Ticket Hotline: +212-(0)522-981262

Fernando Soler
Tournament Director

Chennai Aircel Chennai Open Date: Jan. 2-8, 2012 Site: SDAT Tennis Stadium, Nungambakkam Surface: Play Pave Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 6,000 Address: IMG Reliance Tournament Office; SDAT Tennis Stadium; Lake Area, Nungambakkam; Chennai; Tamil Nadu, India Tel: +91-44-2817-4655 E-mail: s.karthikeyan@imgworld.com Media Contact: Pooja Chaudhri E-mail: pooja@zzebra.net Tel: +91 98205 15445 Web: www.aircelchennaiopen.org Prize Money: $398,250 Total Financial Commitment: $450,000 Tournament First Held: 1996 Ticket Hotline: +91-44-2817-0191

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ATP WORLD TOUR 250


Delray Beach Delray Beach International Tennis Championships Date: Feb. 27-March 4, 2012 Site: Delray Beach Stadium & Tennis Center Surface: Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 8,200 Address: 30 NW 1 Avenue; Delray Beach, FL 33444 USA Tel: +1-561-330-6000 E-mail: MBaron@YellowTennisBall.com Media Contact: Lisa Franson E-mail: lfsportsmedia@comcast.net Tel: +1-561-330-6000 Web: www.YellowTennisBall.com Prize Money: $442,500 Total Financial Commitment: $500,000 Tournament First Held: 1993 Ticket Hotline: +1-561-330-6000

Mark S. Baron
Tournament Director

Karim Alami
Tournament Director

Doha Qatar ExxonMobil Open Date: January 2-7, 2012 Site: Khalifa Tennis Complex Surface: Plexicushion Hard Court Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 6,911 Address: Qatar Tennis Federation; Majels Al Tawen St.; Doha - Qatar Tel: +974-440-9666 E-mail: visas@qatartennis.org Media Contact: Adel Aref / Malka Wickramatilake E-mail: adel@qatartennis.org / malka@qatartennis.org Tel: +974-440-9601 Web: www.qatartennis.org Prize Money: $1,024,000 Total Financial Commitment: $1,110,250 Tournament First Held: 1993 Ticket Hotline: +974-440-9601

Gavin Fletcher
Tournament Director

Eastbourne AEGON International (Combined Event) Date: June 17-23, 2012 Site: Devonshire Park, Eastbourne Surface: Grass Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 5,000 Address: The Lawn Tennis Association;100 Priory Lane; Roehampton, London SW15 5JQ U.K. Tel: +447971 141019 E-mail: gavin.fletcher@lta.org.uk Media Contact: Charlotte James E-mail: charlotte.james@lta.org.uk Tel: +61430011798 Web: www.aegoninternational.co.uk Prize Money: 406,950 Total Financial Commitment: 455,700 Tournament First Held: 1996 Ticket Hotline: TBC

Joo Lagos
Tournament Director

Estoril Estoril Open (Combined Event) Date: April 30-May 6, 2012 Site: Estadio Nacional Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 7,000 Address: Rua da Barruncheira; 6 2790-034 Carnaxide Portugal Tel: +351-21303-4900 E-mail: tennis@lagossports.com Media Contact: Pedro Carvalho E-mail: pedrocarvalho@lagossports.com Tel: +351-21303-4900 Web: www.estorilopen.net Prize Money: 398,250 Total Financial Commitment: 450,000 Tournament First Held: 1990 Ticket Hotline: +351-21-3034900

Jean-Franois Collet
Tournament Director

Gstaad Crdit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad Date: July 16-22, 2012 Site: Crdit Agricole Suisse Arena Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 4,500 Address: Crdit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad; Postfach 17; 3780 Gstaad, Switzerland Tel: +41-21-804-10-70 E-mail: info@gstaad.ch Media Contact: Aurlie Fontanellaz E-mail: af@gcmsa.ch Tel: +41-21-804-10-70 Web: www.creditagricolesuisseopengstaad.ch Prize Money: 358,425 Total Financial Commitment: 410,175 Tournament First Held: 1915 Ticket Hotline: + 41 (0)33 748 81 82

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Ralf Weber
Tournament Director

Halle Gerry Weber Open Date: June 11-17, 2012 Site: Gerry Weber Stadion Surface: Grass Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 12,300 Address: Gerry Weber Management & Events OHG, Neulehenstrasse 8, 33760 Halle / Westfalen, Germany Tel: +49-5201-185-140 E-mail: s.uphaus@gerryweber-world.de Media Contact: Frank Hofen E-mail: gwopress@gerryweber-world.de Tel: +49-5201-665-449 Web: www.gerryweber-open.de Prize Money: 663,750 Total Financial Commitment: 750,000 Tournament First Held: 1993 Ticket Hotline: +49-5201-8180

Van D. Barry
Tournament Director

Houston U.S. Mens Clay Court Championship Date: April 9-15, 2012 Site: River Oaks Country Club Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 3,500 Address: 1600 River Oaks Blvd.; Houston, TX 77019 USA Tel: +1-713-874-6294 E-mail: van.barry@riveroakscc.net Media Contact: Pete Holtermann E-mail: holtermedia@gmail.com Tel: +1-312-218-3442 Web: www.mensclaycourt.com Prize Money: $442,500 Total Financial Commitment: $500,000 Tournament First Held: 1910 Ticket Hotline: +1-713-874-6294

Alexander Antonitsch
Tournament Director

Kitzbhel bet-at-home Cup Kitzbhel Date: July 22-28, 2012 Site: Kitzbheler Tennis Club Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 6,400 Address: Sportfeld 2; 6370 Kitzbhel, Austria Tel: +43 5356 73160 E-mail: tournament@ktc.at Media Contact: Florian Zinnagl E-mail: florian.zinnagl@ktc.at Tel: +43 676 576 3226 Web: www.bet-at-home-cup.com Prize Money: 358,425 Total Financial Commitment: 410,175 Tournament First Held: 2011 Ticket Hotline: +43 5356 73160

Nick Freyer
Tournament Director

Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Open, Kuala Lumpur Date: Sept. 24-30, 2012 Site: Putra Stadium, Bukit Jalil, KL Surface: Indoor Hard (Greenset) Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 7,000 Address: IMG Hong Kong Office 18th Floor, East Exchange Tower, 38 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Tel: +852 2894 0288 E-mail: nick.freyer@imgworld.com Media Contact: Doris Chan E-mail: doris.chan@imgworld.com Tel: +852 2894 0288 Web: www.MalaysianOpenTennis.com Prize Money: $850,000 Total Financial Commitment: $947,750 Tournament First Held: 2009 Ticket Hotline: TBC

Chris Kermode
Tournament Director

London AEGON Championships Date: June 11-17, 2012 Site: The Queen's Club Surface: Grass Draw: 56 Stadium Court Seating: 6,858 Address: The Lawn Tennis Association; 100 Priory Lane; The National Tennis Centre; Roehampton, London, SW15 5JQ U.K. Tel: +44 (0)20 8487 7174 E-mail: chris.kermode@aegonchampionships.com Media Contact: David Law E-mail: david.law@aegonchampionships.com Tel: +44 (0) 7764 186 090 Web: www.aegonchampionships.com Prize Money: 625,300 Total Financial Commitment: 711,550 Tournament First Held: 1979 Ticket Hotline: +44 (0) 1159 934 156

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Los Angeles Farmers Classic Presented by Mercedes-Benz Date: July 23-29, 2012 Site: Straus Stadium/Los Angeles Tennis Center - UCLA Surface: Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 6,500 Address: Los Angeles Tennis Center; Post Office Box 240015; Los Angeles, CA 90025-9115 USA Tel: +1-310-824-1010 E-mail: bobk@scta.usta.com Media Contact: Pete Holtermann E-mail: holtermedia@gmail.com Tel: +1-310-990-0805 Web: www.farmersclassic.com Prize Money: $557,550 Total Financial Commitment: $638,050 Tournament First Held: 1927 Ticket Hotline: +310-824-1010, Ext 251

Bob Kramer
Tournament Director

Jean-Franois Caujolle
Tournament Director

Marseille Open 13 Date: Feb. 20-26, 2012 Site: Palais des Sports Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 6,000 Address: Pampelonne Organisation; 10 avenue Guy de Maupassant; 13008 Marseille, France Tel: +33-4-91-72-69-59 E-mail: jf.caujolle@open13.org Media Contact: Elodie Malatrait-Singer E-mail: e.malatrait-singer@open13.org Tel: +33-4-91-16-80-43 Web: www.open13.fr Prize Money: 512,750 Total Financial Commitment: 576,000 Tournament First Held: 1993 Ticket Hotline: +33-6-18-65-33-96

Julien Boutter
Tournament Director

Metz Open de Moselle Date: Sept. 17-23, 2012 Site: Metz-Expo-Parc des Expositions de Metz Mtropole Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 5,000 Address: 2 rue des Parmentiers; 57 000 Metz; France Tel: +33-3-8721-1417 E-mail: ykaysen@opendemoselle.com Media Contact: Romain Maudire E-mail: rmaudire@opendemoselle.com Tel: +33-3-8721-1417 Web: www.opendemoselle.com Prize Money: 398,250 Total Financial Commitment: 450,000 Tournament First Held: 2003 Ticket Hotline: +33-3-8721-1417

Patrice Dominguez
Tournament Director

Montpellier Open Sud de France Date: Jan. 30-Feb. 5, 2012 Site: Arena Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 7,500 Address: Arena Montpellier; Rue Des Levades 34470 Perols, France Tel: +33-4/72272900 E-mail: frederic.tuzi@canal-plus-events.com Media Contact: Olivia Payerne E-mail: contact@agence-op.fr Tel: +33-1/46040862 Web: www.opensuddefrance.com Prize Money: 398,250 Total Financial Commitment: 450,000 Tournament First Held: 2010 Ticket Hotline: +33-4/67176969

Amir Tarpischev
Tournament Director

Moscow ATP Kremlin Cup (Combined Event) Date: October 15-21, 2012 Site: Olympic Stadium Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 11,480 Address: 16, Olympiyskiy Prospect; Moscow, 129090 Russia Tel: +7 495 956 3360 E-mail: kremlincup@russport.ru Media Contact: Natalia Shmeleva E-mail: natalia.shmeleva@russport.ru Tel: +7-495-956-3360 Web: www.kremlincup.ru Prize Money: $673,150 Total Financial Commitment: $742,150 Tournament First Held: 1990 Ticket Hotline: +7 495 956 3360

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Patrik Kuhnen
Tournament Director

Munich BMW Open by FWU Takaful Date: April 30-May 6, 2012 Site: MTTC IPHITOS Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 3,800 Address: Aumeisterweg 10; 80805 Munich, Germany Tel: +49-89- 36 81 94-0 E-mail: klaus.cyron@sk-marketing.de Media Contact: Michaela Sachenbacher E-mail: redaktion@msachenbacher.de Tel: +49-89-910-26-01 Web: www.bmwopen.de Prize Money: 398,250 Total Financial Commitment: 450,000 Tournament First Held: 1900 Ticket Hotline: +49-89-54818181

Mark L. Stenning
Tournament Director

Newport Campbells Hall of Fame Tennis Championships Date: July 9-15, 2012 Site: International Tennis Hall of Fame Surface: Grass Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 3,800 Address: International Tennis Hall of Fame; 194 Bellevue Avenue; Newport, RI 02840 USA Tel: +1-401-849-3990 E-mail: mstenning@tennisfame.com Media Contact: Anne Marie McLaughlin E-mail: amclaughlin@tennisfame.com Tel: +1-401-324-6033 Web: www.tennisfame.com Prize Money: $398,250 Total Financial Commitment: $455,750 Tournament First Held: 1881 Ticket Hotline: +1-401-849-6053 / +1-866-914-3263

Jean-Franois Caujolle
Tournament Director

Nice Open de Nice Cte dAzur Date: May 20-26, 2012 Surface: Clay Address: SERENDIP 170 avenue de Tel: +33-491726959 Media Contact: Elodie Malatrait Tel: +33-491726959 Prize Money: 398,250 Tournament First Held: 2010

Site: Nice Lawn Tennis Club Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 4,000 Gairaut 06100 Nice, France E-mail: jf.caujolle@open13.org E-mail: elodiemalatrait@yahoo.fr Web: www.openicecotedazur.com Total Financial Commitment: 450,000 Ticket Hotline: TBA

Bill A. Rapp
Tournament Director

San Jose SAP Open Date: Feb. 13-19, 2012 Site: HP Pavilion at San Jose Surface: Indoor Hard Premier Court Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 7,502 Address: HP Pavilion at San Jose - 525 W. Santa Clara Street, San Jose, CA 95113 USA Tel: +1-408-999-5764 E-mail: brapp@sharkssports.net Media Contact: Jim Sparaco E-mail: jsparaco@sharkssports.net Tel: +1-408-999-5792 Web: www.sapopentennis.com Prize Money: $531,000 Total Financial Commitment: $600,000 Tournament First Held: 1889 Ticket Hotline: +1-408-ACE-2121

Luis Felipe Tavares


Tournament Director

So Paulo Brasil Open Date: Feb. 13-19, 2012 Site: Ginsio do Ibirapuera So Paulo Surface: Indoor Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 7,500 Address: Rua Campo Verde 61; 1st Floor; Edifcio Ceilo; Jardim Europa; 01456-010 So Paulo- Brasil Tel: +55-11-2125-8500 E-mail: luisfelipe.tavares@kochtavares.com.br Media Contact: Daniela Giuntini E-mail: imprensa@dgwcomunicacao.com.br Tel: +55-11-8292-0826 Web: www.brasilopen.com.br/2012 Prize Money: $475,300 Total Financial Commitment: $532,800 Tournament First Held: 2001 Ticket Hotline: +55-11-5643-5511

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s-Hertogenbosch UNICEF Open (Combined Event) Date: June 17-23, 2012 Site: Autotron Rosmalen Surface: Grass Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 7,500 Address: Minderbroedersberg 10; 6211 LK Maastricht; The Netherlands Tel: +31-43-367-2424 E-mail: info@libema-events.nl Media Contact: Marina Witte E-mail: info@nsp.nl Tel: +31-70-415-7898 Web: www.unicefopen.nl Prize Money: 398,250 Total Financial Commitment: 450,000 Tournament First Held: 1990 Ticket Hotline: +31-43-3672424

Marcel Hunze
Tournament Director

Mikhail Rydnik
Tournament Director

St. Petersburg St. Petersburg Open Date: Sept. 17-23, 2012 Site: SCC Peterburgsky Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 9,000 Address: Galernaya St, 20; St Petersburg, 190000 Russia Tel: +7 812 454 5034 E-mail: info@spbopen.ru Media Contact: TBA E-mail: info@spbopen.ru Tel: +7 812 454 5034 Web: www.spbopen.ru Prize Money: $410,850 Total Financial Commitment: $468,350 Tournament First Held: 1995 Ticket Hotline: +7 812 454 5034

Thomas Johansson
Tournament Director

Stockholm If Stockholm Open Date: Oct. 15-21, 2012 Site: Kungliga Tennishallen (Royal Tennis Hall) Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 5,200 Address: Pr Event; Kungsportsavenyn 21; 411 36 Gteborg; Sweden Tel: +46-31-940-250 E-mail: info@stockholmopen.se Media Contact: Rebecka Hjorth E-mail: presschef@swedishopen.org Tel: +46 734 33 68 06 Web: www.ifstockholmopen.se Prize Money: 486,750 Total Financial Commitment: 550,000 Tournament First Held: 1969 Ticket Hotline: +46(0)771-454600

Edwin Weindorfer
Tournament Director

Stuttgart MercedesCup Date: July 9-15, 2012 Site: TC Weissenhof Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 5,000 Address: emotion management Gmbh Germany; Parlerstrasse 102; 70192 Stuttgart; Germany Tel: +49-711-16543-42 E-mail: info@mercedescup.de Media Contact: Karlheinz Wieser E-mail: presse@mercedescup.de Tel: +43-664-21003-10 Web: www.mercedescup.de Prize Money: 358,425 Total Financial Commitment: 410,175 Tournament First Held: 1886 Ticket Hotline: 01805-6666979 (in Germany) +49-711-16543-42 (from abroad)

Craig Watson
Tournament Director

Sydney Apia International Sydney (Combined Event) Date: Jan. 9-14, 2012 Site: Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre Surface: Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 10,000 Address: Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre; Rod Laver Drive; Sydney Olympic Park, NSW; Australia 2127; PO Box 7078, SILVERWATER NSW 1811 Tel: +61-2-9024-7702 E-mail: cwatson@tennis.com.au Media Contact: Catherine Sneddon E-mail: csneddon@tennis.com.au Tel: +61-2-9024-7703 Web: www.apiainternational.com.au Prize Money: $434,250 Total Financial Commitment: $486,000 Tournament First Held: 1885 Ticket Hotline: 1300 888 104 / +61 3 9039 9407

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Vanja Boikovi
Tournament Director

Umag ATP Studena Croatia Open Umag Date: July 9-15, 2012 Site: ATP stadion Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 4,200 Address: Savudrijska Cesta bb; Umag 51470 Croatia Tel: +385-52-719-125 E-mail: vanja.bozickovic@sportmark.hr Media Contact: Loreta Krota E-mail: jasminka.vidan@istraturist.hr Tel: +385-52-719-406 Web: www.tenistra.com Prize Money: 358,425 Total Financial Commitment: 410,175 Tournament First Held: 1990 Ticket Hotline: + 385 52 719-404

Herwig Straka
Tournament Director

Vienna Erste Bank Open Date: Oct. 15-21, 2012 Site: Wiener Stadthalle Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 8,800 Address: Wiener Stadthalle; Vogelweidplatz 14; 1150 Vienna, Austria Tel: +43-1-98100-289 E-mail: hs@emotion.at / m.riedl@stadthalle.com Media Contact: Gerhard Zimmer E-mail: gerryroom@aon.at Tel: +43/664/1804823 Web: www.erstebank-open.com Prize Money: 486,750 Total Financial Commitment: 550,000 Tournament First Held: 1974 Ticket Hotline: +43/1/7999997

Alvaro Fillol
Tournament Director

Via del Mar VTR Open Date: Jan. 30-Feb. 5, 2012 Site: Club Naval de Campo Las Salinas Surface: Clay Draw: 28 Stadium Court Seating: 4,000 Address: Luis Thayer Ojeda 166 OF. 906; Providencia; Santiago, Chile Tel: +56-2-234.3788 E-mail: alvaro@fillol.com Media Contact: Rafael Walker E-mail: rafael.walker@fillol.com Tel: +56-2-234.3788 Web: www.vtropen.cl Prize Money: $398,250 Total Financial Commitment: $450,000 Tournament First Held: 1993 Ticket Hotline: +56-2-234.3788

Bill Oakes
Tournament Director

Winston-Salem Winston-Salem Open Date: Aug. 19-25, 2012 Site: Wake Forest University Surface: Hard Draw: 48 Stadium Court Seating: 4,500 Address: 100 West 32nd Street, Winston-Salem, N.C. 27105 USA Tel: +1 336-758-5950 E-mail: oakes@winstonsalemopen.com Media Contact: Amy Schultz E-mail: schultz@winstonsalemopen.com Tel: + 1 336-758-6191 Web: www.winstonsalemopen.com Prize Money: $553,125 Total Financial Commitment: $625,000 Tournament First Held: 2011 Ticket Hotline: TBA

Branimir Horvat
Tournament Director

Zagreb PBZ Zagreb Indoors Date: Jan. 30-Feb. 5, 2012 Site: Dom sportova Surface: Indoor Hard Draw: 32 Stadium Court Seating: 5,000 Address: Tennis Club Top Spin; Vlaska 83/1; 10000 Zagreb; Croatia Tel: +385-1-369-3690 E-mail: mirna.grozdanic@topspin.hr Media Contact: Mirna Grozdanic E-mail: press@topspin.hr Tel: +385-1-369-3690 Web: www.zagrebindoors.com Prize Money: 398,250 Total Financial Commitment: 450,000 Tournament First Held: 2006 Ticket Hotline: +385-1-655-2860 (www.eventim.hr)

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ALMAGRO (ESP)
Birthdate: August 21, 1985 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Murcia, Spain Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Murcia, Spain Weight: 179 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 233-167 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5,839,004 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 10/4 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 11-34 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 9 (May 2, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 48 (March 21, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 10 (47-23) 2008: 2010: 15 (44-26) 2007: 2009: 26 (30-24) 2006:

18 (35-17) 2005: 111 (13-22) 2002: 864 (0-0) 28 (34-27) 2004: 100 (2-7) 2001: 844 (0-0) 32 (27-20) 2003: 153 (1-1) 2000:T1334 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,571,007. Matches won-lost: ATP: 47-23 (singles), 7-15 (doubles). Singles Winner: Costa do Sauipe, Buenos Aires, Nice. Finalist: Acapulco, Hamburg. Semifinalist: Auckland, Barcelona, Bstad, Gstaad. Quarterfinalist: Montral, Kuala Lumpur. Doubles Semifinalist: Auckland(w/F. Lopez). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 3 Spaniard (behind No. 2 Nadal, No. 5 Ferrer) finished a year-end best No. 10, won a career-high 3 ATP World Tour titles in 5 finals, all on clay, and 47 matchesIn February, won back-to-back titles in Costa do Sauipe (d. Dolgopolov) and Buenos Aires (d. Chela)In May, picked up 10th title in Nice (d. Hanescu) Runner-up in Acapulco (l. to Ferrer) and Hamburg (l. to Simon)On April 25, broke into Top 10 for 3 weeks After his runner-up in Hamburg, re-entered the Top 10 on July 25, moving from No. 14 to No. 10 Went 1-7 vs. Top 10 and compiled marks of 32-9 on clay, 13-12 on hard courtsHis 32 match wins on clay was a tour-best and earned a career-high $1,326,007 CAREER IN REVIEW Has finished in Top 30 for 5 straight years and won a title in 6 consecutive yearsHas a 10-4 record in ATP finals, all on clay, with 171-88 career mark on clay and 53-66 on hard In 2010, reached 8 QF or better, with clay titles in Bstad and Gstaad and 1st ATP Masters 1000 SF in Madrid In 2009, reached 3R at each Grand Slam event for 1st time In 2008, reached 1st Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros (l. to Nadal)Led ATP with 30-8 mark on clay, winning 2 titlesStruggled with right hand injury, undergoing tendon surgeryMade Davis Cup debut vs. Peru. In 2007, finished in Top 30 for 1st time at No. 28 and repeated title in Valencia In 2006, captured 1st ATP title in Valencia (d. Simon) In Davis Cup, 3-2 career mark in 3 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (10): 2011 Costa do Sauipe(CL), Buenos Aires(CL), Nice(CL); 2010 Bstad(CL), Gstaad(CL); 2009 Acapulco(CL); 2008 Costa do Sauipe(CL), Acapulco(CL); 2007 Valencia(CL); 2006 Valencia(CL). FINALIST (4): 2011 Acapulco(CL), Hamburg(CL); 2008 Valencia(CL); 2007 Bstad(CL). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 8-8)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 4-4 MIAMI 6-6 MONTE-CARLO 5-5 ROME 11-7 MADRID 5-5 TORONTO/MONTRAL 3-4 CINCINNATI 7-5 SHANGHAI 2-3 PARIS 2-5

PERSONAL Full name is Nicolas Almagro SanchezNickname is NicoParents are Nicolas and MercedesSiblings Juan and Balta are both teachersStarted playing tennis at age 8Favourite surface is clayBig fan of Real Murcia and Real MadridIf he wasnt a tennis player he would have loved to be a football playerWhen not on Tour, he enjoys most spending time with his familyEnjoys Spanish TV Show El Hormiguero as well as Entourage and How I Met Your Mother TV seriesFitness trainer is Martin Gonzalez (since 1999) and coached by Samuel Lopez (start 2012)

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ANDERSON (RSA)
Birthdate: May 18, 1986 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Johannesburg, South Africa Height: 6'8" (2.03m) Residence: Johannesburg, South Africa Weight: 203 (92kg) Career Win-Loss: 69-62 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,453,859 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-10 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 30 (October 10, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 109 (November 14, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 32 (42-27) 2008: 106 (11-10) 2005: 548 (0-0) 2010: 61 (14-18) 2007: 228 (0-1) 2004:T1175 (0-0) 2009: 162 (2-6) 2006: 513 (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $774,434. Matches won-lost: ATP: 42-27 (singles), 11-14 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Johannesburg. Semifinalist: Brisbane, Vienna. Quarterfinalist: Delray Beach, Miami, Estoril, Atlanta, Beijing, Stockholm. Doubles Semifinalist: Memphis(w/Fisher), Valencia(w/Isner). 2011 IN REVIEW Ranked a year-end best No. 32, the highest finish for a South African since Wayne Ferreira in 2003 (No. 26) Won personal-high 42 matches, 28 more than 2010, highlighted by 1st ATP World Tour title on home soil in Johannesburg (d. Devvarman) in February Overall reached QF or better 9 times, including 1st ATP Masters 1000 QF in Miami (l. to Djokovic)Won at least a round in 14 of final 15 events going back to Roland Garros 2R His best win came over No. 4 Murray in 2R of Montral in AugustAt US Open, reached 3R for 2nd year in a row (l. to Fish), equaling best Slam result Overall went 1-7 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 33-18 on hard, 5-6 on clay and 4-3 on grass Earned career-high $774,434 CAREER IN REVIEW The South African has made steady progess in past 2 years, finishing in Top 100 and Top 50, respectively Won 27 matches from 2007-10 before 42 in 2011 In 2010, finished in Top 70 for 1st time and qualified an ATP World Tour-high 9 times, including his 1st 6 ATP tournaments with a SF showing in Atlanta (l. to Isner)Reached 3R at US Open (l. to Gasquet) In 2009, winner at San Remo Challenger (d. Kavcic) and runner-up at Granby (l. to Malisse) and Binghampton (l. to Capdeville) In 2008, broke through to reach his 1st ATP World Tour final as a qualifier in Las Vegas, not dropping a set en route to title match before losing to Querrey in 3 sets1st South African to reach an ATP final since Moodie won Tokyo title in October 05In ATP Masters 1000 debut in Miami, he qualified and posted biggest win over No. 3 Djokovic in 2R before losing to Andreev in 3R Has an 83-50 mark in Challengers and 4-5 in finals In Davis Cup, 9-1 career singles record in 5 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (2R) CAREER TITLES (1): 2011 Johannesburg(H). FINALIST (1): 2008 Las Vegas(H). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-4)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6Parents Michael and Barbara are retired from an engineering businessHe used to play tennis as well as competitively run 800 meter racesPlayed collegiately at University of Illinois for 3 seasons (2005-07)Won 2006 NCAA doubles titleReached 2007 NCAA singles semifinals and doubles finalAlso reached 2007 team finalEarned All-American honors all 3 yearsSpends time training in Chicago areaYounger brother Gregory, played 3 years at Morehead State University in Kentucky and graduated in May 2011 and now works for a tennis academy in New YorkHobbies include outdoor adventuring and readingWife, Kelsey (married Nov. 26, 2011), played on womens golf team at IllinoisCoached by countryman Louis Vosloo (since April 2010)

CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-3 MIAMI 7-3 MONTE-CARLO 0-1 ROME 0-1 MADRID 1-2 TORONTO/MONTRAL 4-2 CINCINNATI 1-2 SHANGHAI 0-2 PARIS 1-1

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PABLO

ANDUJAR (ESP)
Birthdate: January 23, 1986 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Cuenca, Spain Height: 6'0" (1.82m) Residence: Valencia, Spain Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 40-58 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,288,688 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/3 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 43 (September 12, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 96 (October 3, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 46 (25-28) 2008: 103 (3-6) 2010: 71 (8-8) 2007: 144 (3-4) 2009: 161 (1-12) 2006: 210 (0-0)

2005: 373 (0-0) 2004: T957 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $614,566. Matches won-lost: ATP: 25-28 (singles), 11-22 (doubles) Challenger: 0-2 (singles), 1-1 (doubles). Singles Winner: Casablanca. Finalist: Stuttgart, Bucharest. Quarterfinalist: Costa do Sauipe, Nice, Kitzbhel. Doubles Finalist: Costa do Sauipe(w/Gimeno-Traver). Semifinalist: Stuttgart(w/Gimeno-Traver). 2011 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 50 for 1st time, highlighted by maiden ATP World Tour title in Casablanca (d. Starace) in April and runner-up in Stuttgart (l. to Ferrero) in July and Bucharest (l. to F. Mayer) in September, all on his favourite clay surfaceWon a personal-best 22 matches on clay (22-14) Also a QF in 3 other clay tournaments - Costa do Sauipe, Nice and Kitzbhel His 1st career Top 10 win came over countryman No. 9 Verdasco in Miami 2R and went 3-11 on hard, 0-3 on grassEarned a career-high $614,566 CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has produced his best results on clay, reaching 4 finals (1-3) and compiling 36-35 match record while 4-23 on other surfaces (4-17 hard, 0-6 grass)Has career Challenger mark of 132-91 in (5-8 in finals) In 2010, finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 71, highlighted by reaching his 1st ATP World Tour final in Bucharest (l. to Chela)Qualified 5 times In 2009, reached 2R at Roland Garros (d. Ginepri, l. to Mathieu) for 2nd straight year In 2008, finished just outside Top 100 (at No. 103) and won 3 tour level matches for 2nd straight season, all as a qualifier, at Valencia (d. Vliegen), Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros (d. Volandri) and Bucharest (d. Dabul) In 2007, qualified for his 1st ATP tournament in 07 at Costa do Sauipe (l. to Montanes) and won back-to-back matches on ATP World Tour for 1st time in Barcelona (l. to Caas in 3R) As a junior in 2004, reached QF in singles and captured Roland Garros doubles title (w/Granollers)Finished No. 7 in world junior rankings in 04 and in 03 CAREER TITLES (1): 2011 Casablanca(CL). FINALIST (3): 2011 Stuttgart(CL), Bucharest(CL); 2010 Bucharest(CL). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-3)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 0-1 MIAMI 2-1 MADRID 0-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 0-1 SHANGHAI 0-1

PERSONAL Full name is Pablo Andujar AlbaBegan playing at age 6Father, Jose; mother, InmaHas 1 brother, Jose, and sister, AnaEnjoys football and a fan of Valencia Football ClubAdmires play of countrymen Juan Carlos Ferrero, David Ferrer and Rafael NadalSpeaks Spanish, English, French and ItalianTrains at Dectra Academy with Jose Luis Aparisi and plays for Club de Tenis Valencia

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MATTHIAS

BACHINGER (GER)
Birthdate: April 2, 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Munich, Germany Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Ampermoching, Germany Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 6-17 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $478,174 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 85 (August 15, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 151 (October 31, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 94 (4-10) 2010: 188 (1-2) 2009: 242 (0-0)

2008: 217 (0-4) 2007: 176 (1-1) 2006: 324 (0-0)

2005: 745 (0-0) 2004:T1077 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $207,775. Matches won-lost: ATP: 4-10 (singles), 4-6 (doubles) Challenger: 35-17 (singles), 12-6 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Bangkok. Doubles Finalist: Atlanta(w/Moser). 2011 IN REVIEW The German had breakthrough with success on Challenger level, compiling a 35-17 record with title in Athens (W/O vs. Tursunov) and runner-up at Pingguo (l. to Soeda) in March, Nottingham (l. to Muller) in June, Granby (l. to Roger-Vasselin) in July and Helsinki (l. to Brands) in November On ATP World Tour, reached 1st career QF in Bangkok (l. to Simon) Reached a career-high No. 85 on Aug. 15 and earned a career-high $207,775 Qualified for ATP Challenger Tour Finals in Sao Paulo and went 0-3 in round robin play CAREER IN REVIEW The 6th-year pro from Germany owns 2 Challenger titles with 6 other finals while compiling a 128-101 career record at that levelWent 54-42 in Futures events and 1-4 in finals In 2010, cracked Top 200 for 1st time with title at Loughborough Challenger while also qualifying for 2 ATP eventsReached QF or better in 5 Challengers In 2009, posted a 9-8 record in ATP qualifying matches but never advanced into a main drawReached QF at 7 Challenger events In 2008, qualified at 2 ATP events and reached final at Challengers in Kyoto and Freudenstadt In 2007, made ATP debut as a qualifier in Munich and reached 2R (d. A. Beck, l. to Baghdatis)Won 1st career Challenger title in Louisville (d. Young) CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-1)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6Nickname is BachiFather is Eduard, mother is Eve, 1 sister, Stefanie, and 1 brother, MichaelFavourite surfaces are grass and hard courtsPractices at the TennisBase Oberhaching in MunichHobbies include football and playing computer gamesFavourite football club is FC Bayern MunichCoached by Markus Wislsperger

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Mathias Bachinger is 1 of 2 new German faces in the year-end Top 100, and 1 of 8 overall: No. 23 Florian Mayer No. 43 Philipp Kohlschreiber No. 63 Philipp Petzschner No. 81 Cedrik-Marcel Stebe* No. 94 Mathias Bachinger* No. 96 Tobias Kamke No. 98 Andreas Beck No. 100 Michael Berrer
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MARCOS

BAGHDATIS (CYP)
Birthdate: June 17, 1985 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Limassol, Cyprus Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Limassol, Cyprus Weight: 181 (82kg) Career Win-Loss: 206-138 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,654,058 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/7 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 17-29 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 8 (August 21, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 93 (January 7, 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

44 (28-27) 2008: 100 (14-12) 2005: 56 (11-12) 2002:T1066 (0-0) 20 (43-27) 2007: 16 (48-22) 2004: 153 (2-2) 2001:T1379 (0-0) 42 (23-16) 2006: 12 (37-20) 2003: 179 (0-0) 2000:T1182 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $603,356. Matches won-lost: ATP: 28-27 (singles), 5-3 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Kuala Lumpur. Semifinalist: s-Hertogenbosch. Quarterfinalist: Brisbane, Rotterdam, Washington, Winston-Salem, Basel. Doubles Semifinalist: Stockholm(w/del Potro). 2011 IN REVIEW The Cypriot reached 11th career final in Kuala Lumpur (l. to Tipsarevic), SF on grass in s-Hertogenbosch (l. to Dodig) and QF in 5 other hard court events while finishing in Top 50 for 5th time in 6 years Compiled match records of 16-17 on hard, 5-2 on grass and 3-7 on clay while going 1-5 vs. Top 10 opponentsHis lone win came over No. 5 Murray (1R) in Rotterdam en route to QF CAREER IN REVIEW Has compiled 3 Top 20 seasons - 06 (No. 12), 07 (No. 16) and 10 (No. 20) and a 4-7 career record in ATP World Tour finals, winning 4 titles within a 5-year span (2006-10, except 08)Spent 13 weeks in Top 10 in 06, reaching career-high No. 8 on Aug. 21 In 2010, only player to beat Nadal and Federer while they were No. 1 during year and saved 3 MPs in win over No. 1 Federer in 3R in Indian WellsBeat No. 1 Nadal in Cincinnati QF (l. to Federer in SF)Won title in Sydney (d. Gasquet) In 2009, won 3rd title in Stockholm (d. O. Rochus) In 2008, limited to 12 tournaments, missing 2 months with stress fracture in right wrist and back injuryLost in Australian Open 3R in 4h45m marathon to Hewitt that finished at 4:34 a.m (latest ever finish) In 2007, won a career-high 48 matches and 2nd career title in Zagreb (d. No. 8 Ljubicic) In 2006, won 1st title in Beijing (d. Ancic) and reached 1st Grand Slam final at Australian Open (d. No. 3 Roddick, No. 8 Ljubicic and No. 4 Nalbandian; l. to Federer)Jumped from No. 54 to 27Earned career-best $1,155,495Reached SF at Wimbledon (l. to Nadal) In 2005, underwent surgery on Feb. 9, to correct a congenital problem that caused 2 muscles to constrict a nerve in his right arm As a junior in 2003, was No. 1Won Australian OpenReached US Open final in 02 and 03Won 9 titles In Davis Cup, 57-13 career mark (40-3 in singles) in 36 tiesCompeted in 2004 Athens Olympics (2R) CAREER TITLES (4): 2010 Sydney(H); 2009 Stockholm(IH); 2007 Zagreb(IC); 2006 Beijing(H). FINALIST (7): 2011 Kuala Lumpur(IH); 2010 Washington(H), Moscow(IH); 2007 Marseille(IH), Halle(G); 2006 Australian Open(H); 2005 Basel(IC). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 10-6)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 5Played with his father and 2 older brothers, Marinos and Petros, who played Davis CupFather Christos owns a clothing store in CyprusMothers name is AndryHas a younger sister Zena, who was adopted when she was 1 month oldBiggest idol as a kid was Rafter, but also looked up to Agassi and SamprasEnjoys playing and watching footballFavourite football team is Apollo in CyprusMan of the Year in Cyprus in 2005Trained at the Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in Paris on an Olympic Solidarity Youth Development Programme ScholarshipCoached by Miles Maclagan since July 2011

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ANDREAS

BECK (GER)
Birthdate: February 5, 1986 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Weingarten, Germany Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Ravensburg, Germany Weight: 198 (89kg) Career Win-Loss: 39-53 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1,165,188 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-8 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 33 (November 2, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 117 (May 23, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 98 (0-4) 2008: 110 (5-7) 2010: 154 (10-15) 2007: 207 (0-1) 2009: 39 (22-22) 2006: 228 (0-2)

2005: 289 (1-1) 2004: 325 (1-1) 2003: 699 (0-0)

2002:T1285 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $165,895. Matches won-lost: ATP: 0-4 (singles), 5-2 (doubles) Challenger: 46-24 (singles), 16-15 (doubles). Doubles Finalist: Munich(w/Kas). Semifinalist: Hamburg(w/Kas). 2011 IN REVIEW The German worked his way into Top 100 with success in ChallengersDid not win a match on ATP World Tour (0-4) but did win a circuit-best 46 Challenger matches (23-10 on clay, 19-11 on hard, 3-1 on carpet) Went 0-4 in Challenger finals - Kazan (l. to Copil), Bath (l. to Tursunov), Oberstaufen (l. to Brands) and Como (l. to Carrero-Busta)Advanced ot SF in 7 other events Qualified for ATP Challenger Tour Finals in Sao Paulo and reached SF (l. to Stebe) CAREER IN REVIEW The German has won 11 career professional titles, claiming 4 in Challengers while compiling a 137-85 record along with an 83-32 record with 7 titles in Futures events In 2010, reached QF at Halle (l. to eventual champion Hewitt) and Alphen aan den Rijn Challenger In 2009, won at least 1 match in 14 of 20 ATP eventsReached 1st ATP Masters 1000 QF at Monte-Carlo with wins over Kiefer, 1st Top 10 over No. 7 Simon and Monaco (l. to Wawrinka)Reached 1st final at Gstaad (l. to Bellucci) Added QF at Halle, Metz and BangkokMade Davis Cup debut in World Group QF vs. Spain, losing to Verdasco and FerreroWon Challenger title at Khorat (d. Prpic), reached final at Besancon (l. to Vliegen) In 2008, reached 1st ATP QF at Halle (l. to Blake)Made Grand Slam debut at Wimbledon as a qualifier (l. to Blake)Also qualified at US Open and reached 2R (d. Isner, l. to Ferrer)Was 21-14 in Challengers with titles in Sarajevo (d. Peya) and Dresden (d. Jun) and finals in Dsseldorf (l. to Vliegen) and Jersey (l. to Mannarino) In 2007, advanced through qualifying to Munich main draw (l. to Bachinger)Was 13-9 in Challengers, reaching Aachen final (l. to Korolev)Was 32-8 in Futures with 4 finals In 2006, won 1st career Challenger title at Sarajevo (d. Vinciguerra)Went 16-11 in Challengers In 2004, made ATP debut in Stuttgart and reached 2R (d. Peya, l. to Davydenko) In Davis Cup, 2-2 career mark (1-2 in singles) in 2 ties CAREER FINALIST (1): 2009 Gstaad(CL). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2)

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME SHANGHAI PARIS

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 4 with his grandfatherNicknamed "Beckes"Father, Bernd, mother, BeatrixHas 1 older sister, Anja, who is a physiotherapistSays he enjoys playing tennis "because it's the best sport in the world"Favourite sports are playing hockey and golf and considers "Rush Hour" his favourite movieBig fan of VFB Stuttgart & RV Ravensburg football teamsPerson he would most like to meet is Barack ObamaFitness trainer is Robert Schmidt and works with Gunther Metzger

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KAROL

BECK (SVK)
Birthdate: April 3, 1982 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Zvolen, Slovak Republic Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: Zvolen, Slovak Republic Weight: 163 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 63-107 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,877,311 Two-handed Backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 3-18 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 36 (August 22, 2005) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 62 (October 17, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011 101 (4-10) 2010: 103 (1-11) 2009: 114 (4-7)

2008: 160 (0-0) 2004: 45 (22-22) 2001: 292 (0-0) 2007: T927 (0-0) 2003: 65 (10-24) 2000: 632 (0-0) 2005: 57 (20-27) 2002: 125 (2-6) 1999:T1085 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $218,328. Matches won-lost: ATP: 4-10 (singles), 2-4 (doubles) Challenger: 29-14 (singles), 11-9 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Johannesburg. Doubles Semifinalist: Johannesburg(w/Sela). 2011 IN REVIEW The top player from Slovakia finished just outside Top 100, highlighted by a 29-14 match record in Challengers and 1 titleWent 4-10 in ATP World Tour play with QF in Johannesburg (l. to Anderson) and 3R at Wimbledon (l. to Ferrer) as a qualifier Won title at Segovia Challenger (d. Burquier) in August and runner-up at Sarajevo (W/D vs. Delic) in March and Eckental (l. to R. Ram) in November CAREER IN REVIEW The Slovakian has compiled 4 year-end Top 100 seasons and owns 10-9 career Challenger finals record and 186-93 in matchesAlso has 1 career ATP World Tour final appearance In 2010, won 3 Challenger titles in 4 finals appearances and reached QF or better 7 times at Challengers Lone ATP-level match win came at Wimbledon (d. Ventura) In 2009, was 4-7 in ATP matches, including 10-8 5th set win (1R) over F. Lopez at WimbledonIn Challengers, claimed 1 title with 26-15 record In 2008, gained more than 300 ranking spots with 24-12 Challenger record with 2 finals In 2007, was 1-3 in Challengers after suspension In 2006, on February 13, the ITF announced he tested positive for clenbuterol during Sept. 2005 Davis Cup SF vs Argentina and suspended him for 2 years, until Oct. 31, 2007 In 2005, reached Indianapolis SF (l. to Ginepri) and 3 other QF, including MontralHad 5-1 Davis Cup record (3-0 doubles) as country reached Final (l. to Croatia 3-2) In 2004, reached lone career ATP final at St. Petersburg (l. to Youzhny) and won career high 22 matches Reached Slam-best 4R at US Open (l. to Hewitt)Finished year-end best No. 45 In 2003, reached QF at Copenhagen and had 1st Top 100 season In 2002, made Davis Cup debut in 1R against U.S. (l. to Sampras) As a junior in 2000, reached singles QF and doubles SF at Wimbledon In Davis Cup, 8-10 career mark (5-6 singles) in 9 ties since 2002Competed in 2004 Athens Olympics (1R) CAREER FINALIST (1): 2004 St. Petersburg(IC). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 6-5)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6Nicknamed "Bekis"Father, Karol, manages his son; mother, MariaHas 1 younger brother, PeterHobbies include playing basketball, football and going to cinemaFavourite surfaces are hard and grass courts and considers backhand as best shotSays playing Sampras in 2002 Davis Cup 1R tie is his biggest tennis highlight (lost in 4 sets in opening match)Coached by Jan Kroslak and physical trainer is Michal Kovarcik

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BENJAMIN

BECKER (GER)
Birthdate: June 16, 1981 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Merzig, Germany Height: 5'10" (1.78m) Residence: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA Weight: 158 (71kg) Career Win-Loss: 87-119 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,013,823 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 6-17 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 38 (March 5, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 58 (July 5, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 305 (3-9) 2008: 130 (11-20) 2005: 477 (0-0) 2010: 53 (29-31) 2007: 87 (21-32) 2004: N/R (0-0) 2009: 40 (14-19) 2006: 58 (9-8) 2003: N/R (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $117,421. Matches won-lost: ATP: 3-9 (singles), 4-6 (doubles) Challenger: 5-3 (singles), 4-2 (doubles).

2002: T949 (0-0) 2001: N/R (0-0) 2000: T814 (0-0)

2011 IN REVIEW The German was sidelined for 6 months due to an elbow injury before coming back in final month of season Has a protected ranking of No. 80 to be used for 9 tournaments or 9 months in 2012 Prior to injury, played 4 months, compiling 3-9 record and reached 2R in Brisbane (d. No. 9 Verdasco), Australian Open (d. Gulbis) and Indian Wells (d. de Bakker) Returned in November and reached QF at Ortisei Challenger (l. to Petzschner) and 2R in Salzburg CAREER IN REVIEW The German has 4 career Top 100 seasons, and owns 1 ATP World Tour title and 5 Challenger titles in 10 finals with a 74-34 Challenger record In 2010, won a personal-high 29 matches, reaching 3 SF, 1st 2 on grass back-to-back weeks in Halle (d. No. 5 Davydenko, l. to eventual champ Hewitt) and s-Hertogenbosch (l. to Tipsarevic), and later in Bangkok (d. No. 8 Verdasco, l. to Nieminen)Advanced to personal-best 4R, in Miami beating No. 13 Ljubicic, Robredo (l. to No. 8 Roddick)Earned career high $554,431 In 2009, finished in Top 50 for 1st time, highlighted by 1st title in s-Hertogenbosch as a qualifier (d. Sluiter) In 2007, reached his 1st final in Bangkok (l. to Tursunov) and advanced to SF in Delray Beach and San Jose In 2006, qualified at US Open and advanced to Grand Slam best 4R by defeating Volandri, Grosjean and Agassi in his last career matchWon ATP Newcomer of the Year after climbing 419 ranking positions In Davis Cup, 0-4 singles record in 2 ties CAREER TITLES (1): 2009 s-Hertogenbosch(G). FINALIST (1): 2007 Bangkok(IH). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-5)

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PERSONAL Began playing at age 7Nicknamed BenniFather, Jorg, works in a tax office; mother, Ulrike, works at a retail store; 1 younger sister, KathrinNo relation to former No. 1 and 6-time Grand Slam title winner Boris Becker Played 4 years from 2001-05 at Baylor University in Texas and earned All-America honors last 3 yearsCaptured NCAA singles title (d. Michael Kogan of Tulane) and helped Baylor to its 1st team title in 2004 (d. UCLA) Majored in Finance and International Business and is 1 semester short of earning his degreeFavourite surface is hard courts and considers his serve and forehand as most important parts of his gameFootball and basketball fan and favourite football team is 1. FC Kln and follows NBA Dallas Mavericks because of countryman Dirk NowitzkiIdolized Boris Becker and Andre Agassi growing upVoted Sportsman of the Year in November, 2006, in his home province Saarland in Germany by 38 percent of the viewers of German local television channel SRCoached by Jan Stoces (since May 2010)
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THOMAZ

BELLUCCI (BRA)
Birthdate: December 30, 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Tiete, Brazil Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Sao Paulo, Brazil Weight: 181 (82kg) Career Win-Loss: 84-84 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $2,031,553 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 3-11 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 21 (July 26, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 115 (May 12, 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

37 (25-25) 2008: 90 (4-15) 31 (34-25) 2007: 199 (0-1) 36 (21-18) 2006: 578 (0-0)

2005: 864 (0-0) 2004:T1447 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $676,481. Matches won-lost: ATP: 25-25 (singles), 6-8 (doubles). Challenger: 2-2 (singles) Singles Semifinalist: Acapulco, Madrid. Quarterfinalist: Auckland, Santiago, Costa do Sauipe, Estoril, Los Angeles. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 1 Brazilian finished in Top 50 for 3rd year in a row, highlighted by 2 SF in Acapulco in February (l. to Almagro) and in Madrid (l. to Djokovic) in MayAdvanced to 5 QF, including twice on hard courts, Auckland and Los AngelesHis best Grand Slam was 3R at Roland Garros (l. to Gasquet) Had 3 Top 10 wins, 1st of career, d. No. 9 Verdasco in Acapulco, d. No. 4 Murray and No. 7 Berdych in Madrid Went 15-9 on clay and 8-14 on hard courts Reached SF at ATP Challenger Tour Finals in Sao Paulo (l. to Sela) CAREER IN REVIEW The Sao Paulo native improved year-end ranking 6 consecutive years from 2005-10Has reached 3 finals (12), all on clay In 2010, finished year-end best No. 31, captured 2nd career ATP World Tour title in Santiago (d. Monaco) and won personal-high 34 matchesCompiled 21-10 record on clay and 11-14 on hardReached Grand Slambest 4R at Roland Garros (l. to Nadal)Earned career-high $682,261 In 2009, won 1st title at Gstaad (d. A. Beck) and reached final in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Robredo)Became 1st player from his country to finish in Top 50 (at No. 36) since Kuerten was No. 40 in 04 In 2008, finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 90, winning 3 Challenger titles Reached junior finals in Ecuador and Venezuela in 04 and ranked a career-best No. 15 in January 05 In Davis Cup, 10-7 career mark in 9 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (2): 2010 Santiago(CL); 2009 Gstaad(CL). FINALIST (1): 2009 Costa do Sauipe(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-6)

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

PERSONAL Full name is Thomaz Cocchiarali BellucciFather, Ildebrando, is a salesman; mother, Maria Regina, is a business ownerHas 1 older sister, BeatrizConsiders serve and forehand as strengths and favourite surface is clay Future goal is to break Top 20In his spare time likes to play video games (won a Ducati in a video game competition during Shanghai 2010)A big football fan of Palmeiras Futebol Club in So PauloBest friend on tour is countryman and doubles player Marcelo MeloFavourite tournaments are Brasil Open and Roland GarrosCoached by former ATP pro Daniel Orsanic

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JULIEN

BENNETEAU (FRA)
Birthdate: December 20, 1981 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Bourg en Bresse, France Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Geneva, Switzerland Weight: 174 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 164-181 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,274,374 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/5 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 9-26 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 32 (July 12, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 15 (September 13, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

52 (21-21) 2008: 44 (26-19) 2007: 46 (26-28) 2006:

43 (22-20) 2005: 167 (5-18) 2002: 255 (0-2)1999:T1042 (0-0) 68 (22-28) 2004: 64 (14-15) 2001: 271 (1-1) 40 (24-22) 2003: 140 (3-7) 2000: 423 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $487,534. Matches won-lost: ATP: 21-21 (singles), 15-11 (doubles) Challenger: 14-3 (singles), 3-2 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Winston-Salem. Quarterfinalist: Eastbourne, Gstaad. Doubles Finalist: Marseille(w/Tsonga), Paris(w/Mahut). 2011 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished just outside Top 50Started 8-14 through mid-July, and had 14-7 finish In August, qualified and reached 5th career ATP final in Winston-Salem, (l. to Isner in 3 sets)It was his 1st final on U.S. soilThen followed with 3R at US Open (l. to Roddick) In fall, reached final at Mons Challenger in Belgium (l. to Seppi) and won Rennes Challenger title in France (d. O. Rochus)Went 14-3 in Challenger play CAREER IN REVIEW Has reached most ATP World Tour finals (5) in his career without a title among active playersHolds a 6-5 career mark in doubles finals, with 4 of his titles coming on home soil in France In 2010, reached career-best ranking of No. 32 in July with personal-high of 26 match wins for 2nd year in a rowInjured left wrist at US Open, retiring in 2R vs. Robredo, and missed rest of seasonReached careerhigh doubles ranking of No. 15 with title in Marseille, QF at Wimbledon and final in Toronto (all w/Llodra). In 2009, posted a career best 26 wins (also in 10), with final in Kitzbhel (l. to Garcia-Lopez)Reached QF in 4 other events, including 1st at ATP Masters 1000 in Cincinnati (l. to Murray)Earned a career-high $749,270 In 2008, posted QF or better on all 4 surfaces, including SF at s-Hertogenbosch and finals in Casablanca (l. to Simon) and Lyon (l. to Soderling) In 2006, advanced to QF at Roland Garros (l. to Ljubicic) and SF in Memphis (d. No. 3 Roddick, l. to Haas) Captured US Open junior doubles title in 99 (w/Mahut) In Davis Cup, 4-1 career mark in 3 ties CAREER FINALIST (5): 2011 Winston-Salem(H); 2010 Marseille(IH); 2009 Kitzbhel(CL); 2008 Casablanca(CL), Lyon(IC). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). FINALIST (5). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 6-4)

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CAREER 3-7 11-10 6-8 5-8

11 2ND 2ND 3RD 11 2ND 2ND 1ST 2ND 2ND

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

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

DOUBLES (0-1 in finals). PARIS: Finalist - 2011 (w/Mahut)

PERSONAL Started playing tennis at age 4Nicknamed BennetParents are Andre, who works for a glasses company, and Laurence, who is a lawyerHas 1 brother (Antoine), who briefly played Futures events from 04-07; and 2 sisters (Dominique and Marie-Sophie)Tennis idols growing up were Yannick Noah and Jimmy ConnorsAlso idolized Michael Jordan, Ayrton Senna and Alberto TombaFavourite football team is Olympique de MarseilleCoached by countryman and former ATP pro Loic Courteau (since December 2010)
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RICARDAS

BERANKIS (LTU)
Birthdate: June 21, 1990 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Vilnius, Lithuania Height: 5'9" (1.75m) Residence: Vilnius, Lithuania/Bradenton, Florida, USA Weight: 167 (75kg) Career Win-Loss: 18-18 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $364,009 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-3 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 73 (January 31, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 308 (November 14, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 125 (8-10) 2010: 87 (8-4) 2009: 324 (2-2)

2008: 459 (0-2) 2007: 698 (0-0) 2006:T1540 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $177,984. Matches won-lost: ATP: 8-10 (singles), 3-3 (doubles) Challenger: 19-8 (singles), 4-4 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: San Jose. Doubles Semifinalist: Atlanta(w/Malisse). 2011 IN REVIEW The top Lithuanian was sidelined 4 months with a right pelvis stress fracture before coming back to finish season strong on Challenger circuitPlayed through March and returned in late July Went 8-10 in ATP level play during year with best result QF in San Jose and personal-best 3R at Australian Open (l. to Ferrer) Played in 8 Challengers from September-on, compiling 19-8 record with a final and 4 SF and a QFEarned a career-high $177,984 CAREER IN REVIEW The highest ranked ATP player in the history of Lithuanian tennis has a 58-36 match record in Challengers (2-2 in finals) and a 40-23 record in Futures events (1-3 in finals) In 2010, the youngest player (20) in year-end Top 100Breakthrough season included a 24-12 Challenger match record with 2 titles, his maiden ATP World Tour QF and 2 Grand Slam main draw wins climbing to No. 85 by years endIn February, qualified in San Jose and became 1st Lithuanian native to reach an ATP QF with wins over Ginepri and Phau before losing to No. 11 Verdasco In 2009, played mostly Futures, reaching final in Germany #2 in January and then qualified in 4 U.S. Challengers -- Baton Rouge, Tallahassee, Savannah and Sarasota, within a 5 week span from April 6-May 11 In 2008, qualified in 1st ATP tournament in Warsaw (l. to Odesnik)Also qualified in 3 Challengers in Puerto Rico, Germany and Poland, reaching 2R in each of them In 2007, captured his 1st Futures title in PortugalRanked as World No. 1 junior after winning US Open and Orange Bowl titles In Davis Cup, 13-8 career mark (11-5 in singles) in 11 ties GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-1)

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

11 3RD 11 2ND 1ST

10 2ND 2ND

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 2 when he'd follow his older sister, Lina, to local tennis courts in VilniusGoes by nickname "Rycka" back home by friends and familyFather, Genadijus, is a taxi driver in Vilnius and his mother, Jelena, is retiredSpeaks Lithuanian, Russian and EnglishBecame an uncle for 1st time in 2011 and considers that 1 of his major highlights of yearHobbies include reading, spear fishing in lakes of Lithuania, playing pool, and listening to a variety of musicConsiders forehand his best shot and hard courts his favourite surfaceHas trained at IMG Bollettieri Academy in Bradenton, Florida, since 2007Also trains in Lithuania and Saddlebrook, FloridaCoached by countryman Remigijus Balzekas (since age 9)

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TOMAS

BERDYCH (CZE)
Birthdate: September 17, 1985 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Valasske Mezirici, Czech Republic Height: 6'5" (1.96m) Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco Weight: 200 (90kg) Career Win-Loss: 315-191 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $10,154,024 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/6 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 26-60 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 6 (October 18, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 54 (April 10, 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

7 (53-23) 2008: 6 (45-26) 2007: 20 (36-26) 2006:

20 (35-22) 2005: 25 (34-29) 2002: 532 (0-0) 14 (46-24) 2004: 44 (16-15) 2001:T1379 (0-0) 13 (48-24) 2003: 103 (2-2)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $2,576,813. Matches won-lost: ATP: 53-23 (singles), 10-6 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Beijing. Semifinalist: Chennai, Dubai, Nice, Halle, Bstad, Cincinnati, Paris, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. Quarterfinalist: Australian Open, Marseille, Miami, Madrid, Rome, Montreal. Doubles Semifinalist: Rotterdam(w/Kohlschreiber), Montreal(w/F. Mayer). 2011 IN REVIEW The 1st player from Czech Republic to finish in Top 10 back-to-back years since Petr Korda in 1991-92 Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London and reached SF (l. to Federer) Compiled a personal-best 53 match wins and captured his 6th career ATP World Tour title in Beijing (d. Cilic), his 1st since May 09 in Munich Overall reached QF or better in 16 of 23 tournaments, including 7 SF19-9 in ATP Masters 1000 events with SF in Cincinnati and Paris and 4 QF Struggled with shoulder injury in summer (retired in Cincinnati and US Open) Compiled a 6-9 mark vs. Top 10 opponents, 37-15 on hard, 10-6 on clay and 6-2 on grassWent 16-7 in TBs Earned a career-high $2,576,813 CAREER IN REVIEW The Czech has 7 straight Top 25 seasons and is 6-6 in finals In 2010, debuted at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (1-2 in round robin)1st Czech Top 10 finish since Jiri Novak (No. 7 in 02)Beat No. 1 Federer (saved 1 MP), No. 12 Verdasco and No. 7 Soderling to reach Miami final (l. to No. 8 Roddick)At Wimbledon defeated 6-time champion Federer (QF) and No. 3 Djokovic (SF) before falling to Nadal in final1st Czech in Wimbledon final since Lendl in 87Played most tournaments among Top 10 (24) going 25-21 on hard, 14-4 on clay and 6-1 on grass and 6-10 vs. Top 10 In 2009, led country to 1st Davis Cup final since 80 (l. to Spain) In 2006, finished as countrys top player and in Top 20 for 1st time at No. 13 with 2 finals and 48 match wins In 2005, earned biggest title at Paris (d. Ljubicic in 5 sets), beating 5 straight seeds to win event In 2004, won 1st title in Palermo (d. Volandri)Reached QF at Athens Olympics (d. No. 1 Federer, l. to Dent) In Davis Cup, 28-12 career mark (16-11 singles) in 19 ties2-time Olympian (2008 Beijing 3R, 2004 Athens QF) CAREER TITLES (6): 2011 Beijing(H); 2009 Munich(CL); 2008 Tokyo(H); 2007 Halle(G); 2005 Paris(IC); 2004 Palermo(CL). FINALIST (6): 2010 Miami(H), Wimbledon(G); 2008 Bstad(CL); 2006 Halle(G), Mumbai(H); 2005 Bstad(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-7)

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CAREER 16-8 10-8 23-8 16-9 CAREER 3-4

11 QF 1ST 4TH 3RD 11 SF

10 2ND SF RUP 1ST 10 RR

09 4TH 1ST 4TH 3RD

08 4TH 2ND 3RD 1ST

07 4TH 1ST QF 4TH

06 2ND 4TH 4TH 4TH

05 1ST 2ND 3RD 3RD

04 2ND 1ST 1ST 4TH

03 2ND

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CAREER W-L: 91-61 BEST RESULTS: WON (Paris 05); RUP (Miami 10)
PERSONAL Father, Martin, was a train engineer, mother, Hana, is a doctorBegan playing at age 5 at tennis center in hometown of Valasske Mezirici (pop. 30,000)Fan of ice hockey and follows Detroit Red WingsHas met many of Czech players from NHL and 1998 Olympic gold medal team, including Martin Straka, Jaromir Jagr and Dominik Hasek, since all of them are tennis fans and have on several occasions come to Prostejov to playFavourite surface is hard court and his strengths are forehand and serveCoached by Tomas Krupa (since January 2009) and fitness trainer is Jos Flix Gonzlez Castilla
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CARLOS

BERLOCQ (ARG)
Birthdate: February 3, 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Chascomus, Argentina Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 36-75 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,398,455 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-7 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 60 (November 21, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 50 (June 6, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 60 (14-23) 2008: 153 (3-16) 2005: 97 (0-1) 2010: 66 (3-3) 2007: 74 (11-15) 2004: 210 (0-0) 2009: 255 (0-0) 2006: 130 (5-17) 2003: 307 (0-0)

2002: 297 (0-0) 2001: 660 (0-0) 2000: T959 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $437,933. Matches won-lost: ATP: 14-23 (singles), 12-18 (doubles) Challenger: 28-3 (singles), 8-3 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Umag. Doubles Finalist: Moscow(w/Marrero). Semifinalist: Estoril(w/Riba), Rome(w/Nieminen). 2011 IN REVIEW The Argentine finished in Top 75 for 2nd straight year and won career-high 14 matches with best ATP World Tour result QF in UmagAlso went 28-3 in Challengers with 5 clay titles, 3 coming in Italy - Turin (d. Ramos), Todi (d. Volandri) and Palermo (d. Ungur)In November, won back-to-back titles in Buenos Aires (d. Elias) and Montevideo (d. M. Gonzalez) Went 0-3 vs. Top 10 opponents and best win came over No. 21 Dolgopolov in EastbourneHad marks of 914 on clay, 4-7 on hard and 1-2 on grassEarned a career high $437,933 CAREER IN REVIEW Has played primarily on Challenger level throughout his pro career, compiling a 241-115 match record and capturing 14 titles in 22 finals In 2010, qualfied in Costa do Sauipe and reached QFWon 57 matches and 3 titles on Challenger circuit finishing in Top 100 for 1st time in 3 yearsWon Challenger titles in Tudi (d. Granollers), San Benedetto (d. Gimeno-Traver) and Reggio Emilia (d. Andujar) while runner-up at Alessandria (l. to Phau) and Cancun (l. to Riba)In doubles, won 1st ATP World Tour title in Stuttgart (w/ countryman Schwank) In 2008, reached QF in Via del Mar (l . to Gonzalez) In 2007, opened season with QF in Via del Mar and later won his 1st Grand Slam match at Roland Garros (d. Benneteau) and posted biggest win of his career over No. 18 Ferrero in s-Hertogenbosch (l. to Wessels) Reached QF in Umag for 2nd year and advanced to his 1st ATP SF in Bucharest (l. to Simon)Finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 74 In 2006, lost his 1st 7 ATP World Tour matches before registering his 1st win in Miami over YoungIn August that year, reached his 1st ATP QF in Umag (l. to No. 6 Davydenko) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-1)

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CAREER 0-3 2-4 0-4 1-3 CAREER 0-2 3-3 0-1

11 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND 11 3RD 2ND

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: 3-6)

INDIAN WELLS MIAMI ROME

PERSONAL Full name is Carlos Alberto BerlocqBegan playing at age 4Nicknamed CharlieFather, Carlos is an electrian; mother, Amadeo is a hairdresserComes from 1 of the biggest families on ATP circuit with 3 sisters (Mara, Fernanda, Florencia) and 2 brothers (Nicolas, Guillermo)Says, "It would be a dream to have a charity foundation" later in his careerFavourite surfaces are clay and hard and considers volley his best shotWife Maria Noel Serrano (married November 30, 2006), daughter Stefania (born October 30, 2009)Coached by countryman Wally Grinovero and fitness trainer is Horacio Anselmi

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MICHAEL

BERRER (GER)
Birthdate: July 1, 1980 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Stuttgart, Germany Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Stuttgart, Germany Weight: 220 (99kg) Career Win-Loss: 68-106 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1,895,350 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-16 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 42 (May 24, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 134 (March 2, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011:100 (17-22) 2008: 133 (8-22) 2005: 127 (1-2) 2010: 58 (20-28) 2007: 57 (13-12) 2004: 228 (0-1) 2009: 74 (5-8) 2006: 153 (4-11) 2003: 329 (0-0)

2002: 341 (0-0) 1999:640 (0-0) 2001: 504 (0-0) 1998:T881 (0-0) 2000: 624 (0-0) 1997: -- (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $351,437. Matches won-lost: ATP: 17-22 (singles), 2-5 (doubles) Challenger: 6-3 (singles). Singles Finalist: Zagreb. Quarterfinalist: Moscow. 2011 IN REVIEW The German finished in Top 100 for 4th time in 5 years, highlighted by 2nd straight runner-up in Zagreb (l. to Dodig), his best ATP World Tour resultAlso QF in Moscow, both indoors Advanced to a Grand Slam-best 3R at Roland Garros (d. Raonic, Clement, l. to No. 4 Murray)Lost in 1R in other 3 Grand Slam tournaments Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and highest-ranked win came over No. 15 Almagro on grass in 1R of s-HertogenboschHad 11-15 mark on hard, 4-3 on clay and 2-4 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Stuttgart native has finished in Top 75 in 3 of past 5 years In 2010, finished a year-end best No. 58 and won a personal-best 20 matches after reaching a career-high No. 42 on May 24Began with QF in Chennai (l. to Wawrinka) and clinched Challenger title at Heilbronn (d. Golubev) a week before reaching 1st ATP World Tour final in Zagreb (l. to Cilic) in FebruaryIn Dubai, advanced to QF and posted his 1st Top 10 win over No. 6 Davydenko, who retired in 2R (l. to Baghdatis) Compiled marks of 18-20 on hard and 2-7 on clay and earned a career-high $508,828 In 2009, finished at No. 74 with a 24-14 mark in Challengers and 3 titles In 2008, reached 4 ATP World Tour QF and won 4 Challenger titlesCaptured 1st ATP doubles title (w/Schuettler) in Munich and runner-up in Stuttgart (w/Zverev) In 2007, finished in Top 100 for 1st time in 07 at No. 57, climbing 96 ranking spots from previous season Reached 1st ATP SF in Moscow (d. No. 17 Youzhny, l. to Mathieu) and 2 QF (s-Hertogenbosch, Los Angeles) while compiling a 30-11 Challenger record with 1 title In Davis Cup, 0-2 career record in 2 ties CAREER FINALIST (2): 2011 Zagreb(IH); 2010 Zagreb(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-3)

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CAREER 3-5 2-3 1-5 1-6

11 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 11 2ND 1ST

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: 7-14)

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

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 7Father, Manfred, is a real estate manager and inventor for experimental kits; mother, Barbara, is a housewife; older sister Christine is a school teacherLives together with fianc, Nadine, a dentist, in his hometown StuttgartStudies psychology at University of PhoenixSince age 15, practices at the Wuerttemberg Federation in StuttgartElected to 2 year term to ATP Player Council in June 2008Coached by countryman and ATP pro Alexander Waske (since February 2011)
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MAHESH

BHUPATHI (IND)
Birthdate: June 7, 1974 Turned Pro: 1995 Birthplace: Madras, India Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Mumbai, India Weight: 195 (88kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 629-314 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5,867,610 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 49/40 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 217 (February 2, 1998) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (April 26, 1999) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 7 (34-17) 2008: 6 (45-24) 2005: 19 (36-22) 2002: 4 (56-21) 1999: 2 (40-16) 1996:105 (4-10) 2010: 6 (34-21) 2007: 21 (29-19) 2004: 7 (53-22) 2001: 6 (46-19) 1998: 3 (55-18) 1995:151 (4-4) 2009: 7 (39-21) 2006: 30 (23-21) 2003: 4 (56-22) 2000: 39 (28-21) 1997: 11 (45-15) 1994: 299 (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $478,750. Matches won-lost: ATP: 34-17 (doubles). Doubles Winner: Chennai, Miami, Cincinnati. Finalist: Australian Open, London / Queen's Club. Semifinalist: Shanghai, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London(all w/Paes). 2011 IN REVIEW The veteran Indian reunited full-time with countryman Paes for 1st time in 10 years, capturing 3 titles in 5 finalsRunner-up at Australian Open (l. to Bryans) in 1st Grand Slam final since winning title at Roland Garros in 01Won title in Chennai, their 1st together since Toronto in 2004 Has won a title in 15 consecutive seasons (since 97) Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London and reached SF CAREER IN REVIEW The Indian doubles specialist and former World No. 1 has been 1 of the most consistent performers over past decade on ATP World Tour with his 49 titles with 13 different partners (including 26 with Paes)Success includes 4 Grand Slam titles and 15 ATP Masters 1000 crownsHas 4 50-win seasons and 10 Top 10 finishes In 2010, the veteran Indian reunited with Mirnyi for 1st time since 04 and qualified for their 3rd year-end championship together (03-04)They reached 6 finals, including 4 at ATP Masters 1000 events From 2002-04 won 5 titles in each of those years, including 4th Slam title at 02 US Open (w/Mirnyi) In 2001, won 3rd Slam title at Roland Garros (w/Paes) In 1999, won titles at Roland Garros and Wimbledon and ranked No. 1 on April 26Reached all 4 Grand Slam finals w/Paes (1st duo to do so since 1952)Earned a career-high $618,004 In 1997-98, won personal-best 6 titles each season with countryman Paes In Davis Cup, 35-20 career mark (27-6 in doubles) in 35 tiesCompeted in past 3 Olympics (7-5 mark) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (49). FINALIST (40).
DOUBLES (4-6 in Finals). AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Finalist - 2011, 1999 (w/Paes), 2009 (w/Knowles); Mixed Champion - 2009 (w/Mirza), 2006 (w/Hingis); ROLAND GARROS: Champion - 2001, 1999 (w/Paes); Mixed Champion - 1997 (w/Hiraki); WIMBLEDON: Champion 1999 (w/Paes); Finalist - 2003 (w/Mirnyi); Mixed Champion - 2005 (w/Pierce), 2002 (w/Likhovseva); US OPEN: 2002 (w/Mirnyi); Finalist - 2009 (w/Knowles), 1999 (w/Paes); Mixed Champion - 2005 (w/Hantuchova), 1999 (w/Sugiyama).

GRAND SLAM HISTORY

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CAREER 21-21

11 SF

10 09 RUP SF

08 RR

04 RR

03 RR

01 RR

00 99 98 RUP RUP RR

97 RUP

(11, 97-01 w/Paes; 10 w/Mirnyi; 08-09 w/Knowles; 03-04 w/Mirnyi)

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DOUBLES (15-10 in Finals). MIAMI: Champion - 2011 (w/Paes); Finalist - 2010 (w/Mirnyi), 2008 (w/Knowles); MONTE-CARLO: Champion - 2003 (w/Mirnyi); Finalist - 2010 (w/Mirnyi), 2008 (w/Knowles); MADRID: Champion - 2003 (w/Mirnyi); ROME: Champion - 2004 (w/Mirnyi), 1998 (w/Paes); HAMBURG: Champion - 2002 (w/Gambill); Finalist - 2003 (w/Mirnyi); MONTREAL/TORONTO: Champion - 2009 (w/Knowles), 2007 (w/Vizner), 2004, 1997 (w/Paes), 2003 (w/Mirnyi); Finalist - 2008 (w/Knowles), 2002 (w/Mirnyi); CINCINNATI: Champion - 2011, 2001 (w/Paes); Finalist - 2010 (w/Mirnyi); STUTTGART: Finalist - 1998 (w/Paes); PARIS: Champion 2010 (w/Mirnyi), 1998 (w/Paes); Finalist - 2001 (w/Paes).

PERSONAL Full name is Mahesh Shrinivas BhupathiPlayed at the University of Mississippi from 1994-95, earning singles and doubles All-America honors in 95Teamed with Ali Hamadeh to win the NCAA doubles championship in 95 and finished as the No. 1 player in doubles and No. 3 in singlesOn Mar. 26, 2001, he and Paes received Indias highest honor, the Padma Shri, at a ceremony in New Delhi (Indias 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 nationWon gold medal in doubles in Asian Games in December 2006 (w/Paes)Wife, Lara Dutta (married Feb. 19, 2011)

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JAMES

BLAKE (USA)
Birthdate: December 28, 1979 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Yonkers, New York, USA Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Tampa, Florida, USA Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 349-229 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $7,342,281 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 10/14 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 19-54 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 4 (November 20, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 31 (March 31, 2003) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 59 (18-16) 2008: 10 (47-24) 2005: 24 (35-21) 2002: 28 (36-24) 1999:262 (1-4) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $298,018. Matches won-lost: ATP: 18-16 (singles), 1-2 (doubles) Challenger: 18-3 (singles). Singles Semifinalist: Stockholm. 2011 IN REVIEW The 2nd-oldest American in Top 100 (behind Russell-33) made a strong resurgence (from No. 173 in March) to finish in Top 60His best result was SF in Stockholm (d. del Potro, l. to Nieminen) and only had 2 1R losses (Wimbledon l. to Baghdatis in 5 sets; Vienna, l. to Garcia-Lopez) in 16 tournaments Played well in Challengers with an 18-3 mark, winning titles in Sarasota (d. Bogomolov) and Winnetka (d. Reynolds) while runner-up in Sacramento (l. to Karlovic) CAREER IN REVIEW The American compiled 9 consecutive Top 100 finishes from 2001-09 and has a 10-14 record in finals In 2010, missed Top 100 for first time since 00Reached 4 QFMissed part of clay season with knee injury In 2008, beat No. 1 Federer at Beijing Olympics (l. to Djokovic in bronze medal match) and finished No. 10 In 2006, had year-end best No. 4 ranking (1st African-American to finish in Top 4 since Arthur Ashe in 75) with 5 titlesReached final in Indian Wells (l. to Federer) and afterwards broke into Top 10 on Mar. 20 Earned career-high $1,894,295 In 2005, named ATP Comeback Player of the Year In May 2004 at Rome, slipped into net post during practice on May 6, fracturing neck vertebrae and missed 2 monthsIn July, fell ill with Zoster and played just 2 more events In Davis Cup, 21-12 career mark (18-11 singles) in 17 ties and member of 2007 winning teamCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (SF) CAREER TITLES (10): 2007 Sydney(H), New Haven(H); 2006 Sydney(H), Las Vegas(H), Indianapolis(H), Bangkok(IH), Stockholm(IH); 2005 New Haven(H), Stockholm(IH); 2002 Washington(H). FINALIST (14): 2009 Estoril(CL), London / Queen's Club(G); 2008 Delray Beach(H), Houston(CL); 2007 Delray Beach(H), Los Angeles(H), Cincinnati(H); 2006 Indian Wells(H), London / Queen's Club(G), Tennis Masters Cup-Shaghai(IH); 2005 Washington(H); 2003 Long Island(H); 2002 Memphis(IH), Newport(G). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-14)

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CAREER 21-9 6-7 7-9 23-11 CAREER 3-2

11 1ST 2ND 06 RUP

10 2ND 1ST 3RD

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

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CAREER W-L: 78-63 BEST RESULT: RUP (Cincinnati 07, Indian Wells 06)

DOUBLES (1-0 in Finals). CINCINNATI: Champion - 2002 (w/T. Martin)

PERSONAL Full name is James Riley BlakeBegan playing at age 5 with older brother, Thomas, a former Harvard AllAmerican, father, Thomas, (passed away in July 04) and mother, Betty, who was raised in EnglandHas 3 halfbrothers and 1 half-sisterAt 13, diagnosed with severe scoliosis (curvature of spine) and wore back brace 18 hours a dayAttended Fairfield (Conn.) High School with GRAMMY Award winner John Mayer and PGA Tour pro J.J. HenrySchool renamed tennis courts after him in 2006In 1999 moved to Saddlebrook Academy to trainLists Arthur Ashe as role modelMember of Harlem Junior Tennis Program from ages 5-10, and inspired to play game after Ashe spoke therePlayed 2 seasons at Harvard (98-99)Finished as No. 1 collegiate player, reaching 1999 NCAA singles final (l. to Floridas Jeff Morrison)Voted to ATP Player Council in June 2006, served as Vice PresidentIn July 2007, released Breaking Back: How I Lost Everything and Won Back My Life (co-authored by Andrew Friedman) that reached No. 15 on New York Times Best Seller listSince 2003, holds annual charity event thats raised more than $3 million for cancer researchFounded Thomas Blake Sr. Memorial Research Fund to support cancer research at Memorial Sloan-KetteringHas hit batting practice home runs at Major League Baseball stadiums in Miami and HoustonNamed Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of Year in 2008Coached by brother Thomas
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BOGOMOLOV JR. (RUS)


Birthdate: April 23, 1983 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Moscow, Russia Height: 5'10" (1.78m) Residence: Boca Raton, Florida USA Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 48-61 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,257,874 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 3-11 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 33 (October 31, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 100 (October 3, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 34 (27-21) 2008: 167 (0-2) 2010: 166 (0-1) 2007: 186 (0-0) 2009: 313 (3-3) 2006: 220 (2-2)

2005: 217 (0-4) 2002: 198 (1-2) 2004: 123 (10-17) 2001: 705 (0-1) 2003: 97 (5-8) 2000: T954 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $546,380. Matches won-lost: ATP: 27-21 (singles), 8-11 (doubles) Challenger: 15-6 (singles), 5-4 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Los Angeles, St. Petersburg. Quarterfinalist: Zagreb, s-Hertogenbosch, Newport, Moscow. Doubles Winner: Atlanta(w/Ebden). Semifinalist: Moscow(w/Kukushkin). 2011 IN REVIEW The veteran was voted ATP Most Improved Player, jumping 132 ranking spots for 1st Top 50 finishFrom 2007-10, had 3 ATP match wins before putting together a career-best 27 win season (21-16 on hard courts) Reached ATP SF in Los Angeles (l. to Gulbis) and St. Petersburg (l. to Tipsarevic)Also a QF in Zagreb, s-Hertogenbosch, Newport and Moscow Posted biggest win of his career over No. 5 Murray in 2R in Miami in March and in August defeated No. 10 Tsonga in CincinnatiWent 2-4 vs. Top 10 foes and 15-6 in Challengers with 1 title In doubles, captured 1st ATP World Tour title in Atlanta (w/Ebden) and earned a career-high $546,380 CAREER IN REVIEW The Moscow-born veteran owns a 184-143 Challenger record along with 8 titles at that levelPrior to 2011, had 1 Top 100 season (2003) In 2010, reached QF or better in 7 Challengers, including at Champaign where he won titleSuccessfully qualified into 1 ATP main draw (San Jose) in 13 attempts for only ATP match of season In 2009, returned in MayReached Indianapolis QF as qualifier (l. to Ginepri)Was 3-11 in Challengers In 2008, suffered torn ligament in left wrist in early November, and underwent surgery in Philadelphia Finalist at 3 Challengers, including in Busan where injury occurred In 2006, won 1st career Grand Slam match in Australia (d. No. 12 F. Gonzalez in 5 sets) In 2004, reached 1st ATP QF in NewportReached 2 Challenger finals In 2003, had 1st Top 100 season with 3 titles and 30-11 Challenger record In 2002, earned 1st career ATP match win as qualifier in Los Angeles (d. No. 3 Haas) Won USTA Junior National championships in 1998 (d. Roddick), was No. 1-ranked USTA under-18 in 2000 and won USTA Boys 18s Nationals in Kalamazoo, Michigan, in 2001 CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-4)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-2 MIAMI 3-4 TORONTO/MONTRAL 2-3 CINCINNATI 2-2 SHANGHAI 1-1 PARIS 1-1

PERSONAL Nicknamed "Bogie"Father, Alex, Sr., was a former Soviet national tennis coach who worked with Larisa Savchenko, Yevgeny Kafelnikov and Andrei Medvedev and later worked at the Montana Tennis Club in Miami for 7 yearsMother, Natalie, coaches high school tennisOlder sister, Katia, was top player on University of Miami teamBrother, Boris, is soon to enter collegeGrandfather was a gold medalist in handball as a captain/coach for the Soviet UnionFamily moved to Miami in 1992 after living in Mexico for a few years Planned to play collegiately at Texas Christian University until he won USTA Boys' 18s Nationals in 2001 which earned him a wild card into the US Open, and he decided to turn proFianc, Luana; son, Maddox (born Dec. 9, 2009)Represented United States until end of 2011 seasonCoached by Yoav Schab (since August 2010)

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BOPANNA (IND)
Birthdate: March 4, 1980 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Bangalore, India Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Bangalore, India Weight: 191 (86kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 117-89 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,123,553 One-handed Backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 5/12 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 213 (July 23, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 9 (June 13, 2011) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 11 (39-27) 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)1999: 832 (0-0) 2001: 541 (0-0) 2000: 740 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $427,535. Matches won-lost: ATP: 0-5 (singles), 39-27 (doubles). Doubles Winner: Halle, Stockholm, Paris. Semifinalist: Sydney, Indian Wells, Monte-Carlo, Estoril, US Open(all w/Qureshi). 2011 IN REVIEW The Indian teamed with Pakistans Qureshi to qualify for their 1st Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London and win a career-high 3 titles - Halle (d. Haase-Raonic), Stockholm (d. Melo-Soares) and Paris (d. BenneteauMahut)Went 0-3 in round robin play in London They compiled a 39-27 match record and reached SF in 5 other tournaments, including US Open (l. to Fyrstenberg-Matkowski) and ATP Masters 1000 events in Indian Wells and Monte-Carlo Finished No. 11 in individual doubles rankings and No. 5 in team rankingsEarned career-high $427,535 CAREER IN REVIEW The Indian native has won 5 ATP World Tour titles since 2008, winning at least 1 event each year (except 09) Also successful in Challenger level with 11-9 finals record (8-4 w/Qureshi) In 2010, the Indian native teamed with Pakistani Qureshi to form Indo-Pak ExpressDuring season won most Match TBs on ATP World Tour with 16-3 record and served as alternates for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in LondonIn September, led India to '11 Davis Cup World Group by winning 5th and decisive match against Brazil's Mello in straight sets In 2009, partnered with Qureshi to win 3 Challenger titlesAlso runner-up in San Jose (w/Nieminen) In 2008, won 1st ATP title in Los Angeles (w/Butorac)Reached finals in Newport (w/Qureshi) and St. Petersburg (w/Mirnyi)In singles, advanced to 1st ATP QF in Newport (d. Fish, l. to P. Amritraj) In 2007, won 4 Challenger titles in a row with Qureshi and was runner-up in Mumbai (w/Qureshi)In singles, won Dublin Challenger title (d. Pedersen) In 2006, runner-up on home soil in Chennai (w/P. Amritraj) and Mumbai (w/Ghouse) In Davis Cup, 11-20 career mark (8-17 in singles) in 16 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). FINALIST (12).
DOUBLES (0-1 in finals). US OPEN: Finalist - 2010 (w/Qureshi).

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DOUBLES (1-0 in finals). PARIS: Champion - 2011 (w/Qureshi)

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 11 because his father wanted him to pursue an individual sport; began taking tennis seriously aged 19Father, M.G. Bopanna, is coffee planter, who lives in Coorg, 4 hours from Bangalore; mother, Malika, is housewifeHas older sister, Rashmi, living in BombayHas trained with Mahesh Bhupathis father, C.G. Krishna BhupathiFavourite surface is grass and his dream is to win WimbledonFavourite player growing up was Stefan EdbergHobbies include golf, adventure sports, watching Bollywood movies Favourite holiday destination is Koh Samui, ThailandIn 2010, raised money for physically handicapped children at Opportunity School in CoorgPart-owns a bar CIRRUS with friends in BangaloreMade his Davis Cup debut for India versus Australia in September 2002Played several seasons with Pakistans Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi with team nicknamed "Indo-Pak Express"In June 2010, was named a "Champion for Peace" by 'Peace and Sport', 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

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BOB

BRYAN (USA)
Birthdate: April 29, 1978 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Camarillo, California, USA Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Wesley Chapel, Florida, USA Weight: 202 (91kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 718-237 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $8,555,403 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 75/41 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 116 (Nov. 13, 2000) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1T(September 8, 2003) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 1 (60-16) 2008: 3 (64-18) 2005: 1 (58-18) 2002: 8 (54-19) 1999: 64 (15-15) 1996: 654 (1-4) 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- 18) 2006: 1 (66-14) 2003: 2 (53-21) 2000: 63 (18-17) 1997: 635 (1-7)

MIKE

BRYAN (USA)
Birthdate: April 29, 1978 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Camarillo, California, USA Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Wesley Chapel, Florida, USA Weight: 192 (87kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 731-239 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $8,326,480 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 77/42 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 246 (October 16, 2000) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1T(September 8, 2003) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 1 (60-16) 2008: 3 (65-18) 2005: 1 (58-18) 2002: 7 (67-21) 1999: 64 (15-15) 1996: 654 (1-4) 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- 18) 2006: 1 (66-14) 2003: 2 (53-21) 2000: 62 (18-17) 1997: 635 (1-7)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,051,334. Matches won-lost: ATP: 60-16 (as doubles team). Doubles Winner: Australian Open, Houston, Monte-Carlo, Madrid, London / Queen's Club, Wimbledon, Vienna, Valencia. Finalist: Sydney, Barcelona, Montreal. Semifinalist: Roland Garros, Cincinnati, Beijing, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. 2011 IN REVIEW The American twins finished at No. 1 team for a record 7th time in past 9 years, highlighted by an 8-3 mark in finalsThey have won a team record 75 titles together and they are only team in Open Era (since 1968) to win 700 matchesThey have a career mark of 75-41 in finals together The brothers have co-held the No. 1 ATP doubles ranking for a record 273 weeks (through Dec. 26, 2011), surpassing John McEnroes record of 270 weeks They earned their 10th and 11th career Grand Slam titles, respectively, at Australian Open (d. Bhupathi-Paes) and Wimbledon (d. Lindstedt-Tecau)They have won at least 1 Grand Slam title in 7 straight yearsIt was their 5th crown Down Under and 2nd at All England Club In ATP World Tour Masters 1000 play, they went 16-7, capturing titles in Monte-Carlo and Madrid while reaching final in Montral After a 12-4 start in 1st 3 months of season, they reached 4 straight clay finals, winning titles in Houston (d. Isner-Querrey), Monte-Carlo (d. Chela-Soares), runner-up in Barcelona (l. to S. Gonzalez-Lipsky) and winning in Madrid (l. to Llodra-Zimonjic)Went 14-1 during that stretch After a SF at Roland Garros (l. to Cabal-Schwank), collected back-to-back grass court titles at Queens Club in London (d. Bhupathi-Paes) and WimbledonThen won Davis Cup QF rubber over Spains Granollers-Verdasco During North American summer circuit, runner-up in Montral and SF in CincinnatiSuffered their 1st opening round loss at US Open since 1999 (l. to Karlovic-Moser) In European indoor season, won back-to-back titles in Vienna (d. Mirnyi-Nestor) and Valencia (d. ButoracRojer) CAREER IN REVIEW The American twins are the winningest doubles team in Open Era (since 68) with 75 titles in 116 finals They have won most Grand Slam doubles crowns (11) among active teams and have won all 4 Grand Slam titles at least once - Australian Open (5 times), Roland Garros (once), Wimbledon (2) and US Open (3) They also have a 19-13 career mark in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 finals (winning all but Indian Wells and Shanghai) and have captured 3 year-end championship titles (03-04, 09) In 2010, they repeated title in Delray Beach (d. Marx-Zelenay) and became 1st team in Open Era to register 600 match winsOn August 1, picked up their 6th Los Angeles title and a record-breaking 62nd team title in their 100th final with 3-set win over Butorac-RojerBob became 1st player to win mixed (w/Huber) and men's doubles title at the US Open since Kevin Curren in 82 In 2009, won Australian Open title and reached Wimbledon finalClosed year by winning Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in LondonTied Woodbridge-Woodforde for most year-end No. 1 finishes with 5

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In 2008, at Beijing Olympics, won bronze medal (d. Clement-Llodra) after a SF loss to eventual gold medalists Federer-WawrinkaWon 2nd US Open title (d. Dlouhy-Paes)Mike won Davis Cup SF vs. Spain w/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 2007, became 1st team to finish No. 1 4 times in 5 years with a career-best 77-9 recordWon ATP-high and personal-best 11 titles in 15 finals1st team to win at least 10 titles in a season since Woodbridge-Woodforde won 12 in 96Defended Australian Open title and advanced to Wimbledon finalWon career-best 5 Masters 1000 titles at Miami, Monte-Carlo, Hamburg, Madrid, ParisDid not play year-end finale due to Mikes elbow injuryBoth ranked No. 1 individually every week throughout season In 2006, compiled a 66-14 record and won 7 titles in 10 finalsWon 1st Australian Open in 3rd straight final and runner-up at Roland GarrosCompleted career Grand Slam with Wimbledon crown (d. SantoroZimonjic)1st team in Open Era to appear in 7 straight Grand Slam finals (previous record was 5 by Woodbridge-Woodforde)Won 19-straight matches from Wimbledon until Cincinnati final with both ranked No. 1 individually every week in season and 1st players to accomplish feat since Woodbridge in 96-97 In 2005, finished No. 1 and won 5 titles in 11 finals, highlighted by 1st US Open title becoming 2nd team in 50 years to reach all 4 Grand Slams finals in a season (Bhupathi-Paes in 99) In 2004, won 7 titles in 11 finals and defended Tennis Masters Cup title to finish No. 2Went 4-0 to help U.S. to 1st Davis Cup final (l. to Spain 3-2) since 97 In 2003, became worlds first No. 1 sibling team with 5 titles in 8 finals and won 1st Grand Slam title at Roland GarrosWon Tennis Masters Cup, saving 6 MPs in 2 round robin matchesBroke Tim and Tom Gulliksons record of 10 doubles titles by brothers In 2001, broke through to win titles in 5 finals and were 1st team of brothers to win 4 titles in a season (Gulliksons won 3 in 78 and 82) In 1999, reached 1st ATP final in Orlando (l. to Courier-Woodbridge) Bob has won 7 Grand Slam mixed titles with 6 partners and Mike 2 mixed titles Brothers won well over 100 junior doubles titles, including US Open and U.S. National Boys 18s in 95 and 96Were forbidden to play each other in singles in tournament play by parents (if they were to play each other, they would alternate defaulting to each other)Bob ranked No. 1 in U.S. Boys 18s in 96 In Davis Cup, winningest team in U.S. history with 18-2 recordWent 4-0 in title effort in 2007, clinching tie vs. RussiaThey each have 1 doubles win with a different partner (Bob w/Isner in 2010 vs. Serbia; Mike w/Fish in 2008 vs. Spain)Bob is 4-2 in singles while Mike is 0-1 (all dead rubbers)Duo is 6-2 in Olympics with bronze medal at 2008 Beijing Games and QF in 2004 at Athens BOB CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (75). FINALIST (41) MIKE CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (77). FINALIST (42) GRAND SLAM HISTORY
DOUBLES (11-8 in finals). AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Champion - 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2006; Finalist - 2005, 2004; ROLAND GARROS: Champion - 2003; Finalist - 2006, 2005; Mixed Champion - 2009 (Bob w/Huber), 2008 (Bob w/Azarenka), 2003 (Mike w/Raymond); WIMBLEDON: Champion - 2011, 2006; Finalist - 2009, 2007, 2005; Mixed Champion - 2008 (Bob w/Stosur); US OPEN: Champion 2010, 2008, 2005; Finalist - 2003; Mixed Champion - 2010 (Bob w/Huber), 2006 (Bob w/Navratilova), 2004 (Bob w/Zvonareva), 2003 (Bob w/Srebotnik), 2002 (Mike w/Raymond).

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CAREER 25-13

11 SF

10 SF

09 08 07 06 WON RUP DNP^ RR

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DOUBLES (19-13 in finals). INDIAN WELLS: Finalist - 2006, 2003; MIAMI: Champion - 2008, 2007; Finalist - 2006; MONTE-CARLO: Champion - 2011, 2007; Finalist - 2009, 2005; MADRID: Champion - 2011, 2010; ROME: Champion - 2010,2008; Finalist - 2009, 2007, 2005; HAMBURG: Champion - 2007; Finalist - 2008, 2004; TORONTO/MONTREAL: Champion - 2010, 2006, 2002; Finalist - 2011, 2008; CINCINNATI: Champion - 2010,2008, 2003; Finalist - 2009, 2007, 2006.

PERSONAL Bobs full name is Robert Charles BryanMikes full name is Michael Carl BryanMike is 2 minutes older Parents, Wayne and Kathy, both teach tennis and began teaching their sons at age 2Wayne is a lawyer, musician, national tennis coach, speaker and has been named WTT Coach of the Year 3 times (Sacramento)He is involved in various ATP Kids Days and clinics and emcee work on tourKathy was a former player on womens circuit and played at Wimbledon 4 times, reaching mixed doubles QF in 1965Played at Stanford University from 1997-98 and helped team to NCAA team titles both yearsIn 98, Bob won a rare Triple Crown of NCAA singles, doubles (w/Mike) and team titlesThe Bryan Bros. Band, with Bob on keyboards and Mike on drums and guitar, have held concerts at tournaments and charity events around the worldProvided music for ATP Doubles Revolution TV commercial and all original music for Tennis Channel program No Strings that they were profiled onReleased Let It Rip EP at 09 US Open, featuring David BaronPerformed with the Counting Crows in Tampa in October 2008In November 2006, featured among the twins in Doubly Delicious section of Sexiest Man Alive issue of People MagazineThey have appeared in various TV Sitcoms, including Eight Simple RulesThey 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 StatesBob was named to ATP Player Council in June 2006They have thrown out 1st pitch at New York Yankee games twice and at Los Angeles Dodger games 3 timesAlso rang closing bell at New York Stock Exchange in February 2006Their favourite bands are the Counting Crows, Dave Matthews Band and Maroon 5Voted ATPWorldTour.com Fans Favourite Team from 05-11 and ATP Doubles Team of Year in 2003, 05-07, 09-11Bob married wife Michelle on Dec. 13, 2010 in MiamiCoached by former ATP pro David Macpherson (since August 2005).
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ERIC

BUTORAC (USA)
Birthdate: May 22, 1981 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Rochester, Minnesota, USA Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA Weight: 180 (81kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 146-129 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $871,781 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 12/17 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 935T(January 16, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 17T(August 29, 2011) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 20(42-26) 2010: 36(30-26) 2009: 38(23-21)

2008: 71 (15-22) 2007: 33 (29-26) 2006: 60 (7-8)

2005: 250 (0-0) 2004: 562 (0-0) 2003: 594 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $272,433. Matches won-lost: ATP: 42-26 (doubles) . Doubles Winner: Estoril, Nice, Kuala Lumpur. Finalist: Memphis, Valencia. Semifinalist: Auckland, Australian Open, Delray Beach, Houston, Stockholm(all w/Rojer). 2011 IN REVIEW The Minnesota native teamed with Rojer to capture 3 ATP World Tour titles and reach another final, compiling a 42-26 match record while finishing No. 9 in ATP Doubles Team RankingsServed as alternates for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London Jumped off to 12-6 start in 1st 2 months with final in Memphis (l. to Mirnyi-Nestor) and 3 SF, in Auckland, Australian Open and Delray Beach On May 1, captured clay court title in Estoril (d. M. Lopez-Marrero) and 3 weeks later, added another title in Nice (d. S. Gonzalez-Marrero) Struggled in next 8 tournaments with 6-8 mark and did not win back-to-back matches again until Asian circuit in fallOn Oct. 2, earned 3rd title of season in Kuala Lumpur (d. Cermak-Polasek) During final 4 weeks of European indoor circuit, reached SF in Stockholm, lost in 1R in Vienna, finalists in Valencia (l. to Bryan brothers) and 2R at ATP Masters 1000 Paris (l. to Llodra-Zimonjic 14-12 in Match TB) Finished No. 20 in doubles and earned a career-high $272,433 CAREER IN REVIEW The left-handed American doubles veteran has won 12 titles in 17 career ATP finals since turning pro in 2003 In 2010, made Grand Slam breakthrough with QF at Australian Open (w/R. Ram)Went 9-10 with Ram before teaming w/Kohlmann to reach Munich final and Lipsky for Nottingham finalIn 1st pairing with Rojer reached Los Angeles final then claimed titles together in Tokyo and Stockholm In 2009, won 2 titles w/R. Ram (Chennai and Bangkok) while adding a 3rd w/Lipsky (Estoril)Won personalbest 4 Challenger titles In 2008, claimed Los Angeles title (w/Bopanna) In 2007, teamed w/J. Murray to win titles in 3 straight weeks - Dallas Challenger then ATP events in San Jose and Memphis, 1st of careerLater duo added title in Nottingham In 2006, reached 1st ATP final in Los Angeles (w/J. Murray) in 3rd career eventWon 1st Challenger title at St. Brieuc then claimed 3 others In 2005, played in 6 Futures finals, winning 3 titles In 2004, reached 2 Futures finals In 2003, began pro career with back-to-back Futures titles (w/Popovic) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (12). FINALIST (5). PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 5 with his father, Tim, who is manager of Rochester Tennis Connection, a club in Rochester, MinnHas 1 younger brother Jeff (born July 23, 1984) who played 2 years at St. John's Univ. in MinnesotaMother, Jan, also manages at the clubPlayed collegiately at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota, a Division III school, from 2001-03, capturing NCAA singles and doubles titles (w/Kevin Whipple) in '03Earned All-American honors in singles and doubles 3 seasonsPlayed 1 season at Ball State in 2000 before transferring to Gustavus AdolphusAfter finishing school, lived in Evreux, France, for 1 year and played in club level tennis and gained his 1st ATP Ranking on Oct. 6, 2003 after winning French Futures doubles title in PlaisirA huge Minnesota pro sports fan, following Twins (baseball), Timberwolves (NBA) and Vikings (NFL)Considers serve as strength and favourite surfaces are indoor hard courts and grassMarried on Sept. 17, 2011 to Maggie Suydam in Newport, Rhode Island, on the lawn of the International Tennis Hall of Fame Coached by Ryan Dussault (since 2003)

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CHARDY (FRA)
Birthdate: February 12, 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Pau, France Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Liege, Belgium Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 83-89 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,022,079 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 4-15 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 31 (November 2, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 58 (September 20, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 103 (10-18) 2008: 73 (10-9) 2010: 45 (26-29) 2007: 188 (0-3) 2009: 32 (35-28) 2006: 262 (2-2)

2005: 577 (0-0) 2004:T1175 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $311,294. Matches won-lost: ATP: 10-18 (singles), 6-7 (doubles) Challenger: 12-5 (singles), 3-3 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Moscow. Doubles Finalist: Dubai(w/Lopez). 2011 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished just outside Top 100 for 1st time 4 years, highlighted by a SF in Moscow as a qualifier (l. to Troicki)It was only ATP World Tour event in which he won back-to-back matches Compiled a 12-5 match record in Challengers and won Madrid title (d. Gimeno-Traver) and runner-up at Nottingham-2 Challenger (l. to Sela) Biggest win came over No. 10 Melzer in Davis Cup 1RThen defeated Martin Fischer in 5th and decisive rubber to give France 3-2 win CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished in Top 50 in 2009-10 at No. 32 and No. 45, respectivelyHas a 70-58 career mark in Challengers with a 4-2 record in finals In 2010, posted career-best ATP Masters 1000 result with QF in Toronto by beating consecutive Top 10s, No. 9 Verdasco and No. 6 Davydenko (l. to Djokovic)In doubles, captured 1st ATP title in Brisbane (w/ Gicquel) and runner-up in Hamburg (w/ Mathieu). In 2009, won personal-best 35 matches, 25 more than previous season, and broke through to capture 1st ATP title in Stuttgart (d. Hanescu)Finished a year-end best No. 32 and earned a career-high $676,894 In 2008, finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 73 with 2 ATP World Tour QF appearances (Gstaad, Moscow) and a Grand Slam best 4R appearance at Roland Garros (d. No. 7 Nalbandian in 5 sets, 1st Top 10 win) before falling to AlmagroJumped up 51 rankings spots to crack Top 100 at No. 94 on June 9Earlier in year reached 1st final in Johannesburg (l. to Tsonga) As a junior, captured 2005 Wimbledon title (d. Young in SF, Haase in F) and finished runner-up at US Open (l. to Sweeting), finishing No. 4In doubles, reached Roland Garros juniors final (w/Bubka)Won Eddie Herr International in Florida and SF at Wimbledon (l. to Monfils) in 2004 In Davis Cup, 3-0 career singles mark in 2 ties CAREER TITLES (1): 2009 Stuttgart(CL). FINALIST (1): 2009 Johannesburg(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-1)

CAREER AUS. OPEN 1-3 ROLAND GARROS 7-5 WIMBLEDON 3-4 US OPEN 2-3

11 1ST 2ND 1ST

10 1ST 1ST 3RD 2ND

09 2ND 3RD 1ST 1ST

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

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PERSONAL Began playing at age 6Father, Guy, is a banker; mother, Maryse, is a housewifeOlder sister, Stephanie, is a French teacher and older brother Thierry, is a bankerFan of Paris Saint-Germain football clubIdol growing up was Pete SamprasConsiders serve as best shotWould like to be an actor after his tennis career Coached by Kerei Abakar and works with fitness trainer Mathieu Wagner and physiotherapists Jean-Jacques Peyroutou and Benoit Leroy

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JUAN IGNACIO

CHELA (ARG)
Birthdate: August 30, 1979 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 320-265 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $6,285,045 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/6 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 17-51 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 15 (August 9, 2004) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 32 (June 6, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011 29 (29-24) 2008: 143 (14-12) 2005: 40 (28-26) 2002: 23 (46-29) 1999:131 (0-3) 1996:T1165 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $852,654. Matches won-lost: ATP: 29-24 (singles), 18-21 (doubles) . Singles Finalist: Buenos Aires. Semifinalist: Costa do Sauipe, Kitzbhel, Bucharest. Quarterfinalist: Santiago, Roland Garros. Doubles Finalist: Monte-Carlo(w/Soares. Semifinalist: Sydney(w/Garcia-Lopez), Santiago(w/S. Gonzalez). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 3 Argentine (behind No. 11 del Potro, No. 26 Monaco) reached his 12th career ATP World Tour final in his hometown of Buenos Aires in February (l. to Almagro)Also SF in 3 other clay events - Costa do Sauipe (l. to Almagro), Kitzbhel (l. to Montanes) and Bucharest (l. to Andujar), His best Grand Slam result was QF at Roland Garros (l. to Murray), his first there since 04 Had 0-2 mark vs. Top 10 opponents and best win came over No. 15 Wawrinka in Buenos Aires SFCompiled marks of 24-13 on clay and 4-10 on hard courts CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine has a 6-6 mark in ATP World Tour finals (all but 2 on clay) and finished in Top 50 for 6 straight years from 2002-07 and 8 of 10 overall, including a year-end best No. 20 in 07 In 2010, won his 5th career title in Houston (d. Querrey), added another title in Bucharest (d. Andujar) and a doubles title in Bucharest (w/Kubot)1 of 4 over 30 winners during season (Ljubicic, Ferrero, Llodra) In 2009, returned from injury to finish at No. 73 with 31-9 mark in Challengers and 1 title In 2008, a herniated-disk injury just 5 months into season sidelined him rest of way (finishing No. 143) In 2007, advanced to QF at US Open and earned his 4th title in Acapulco (d. Moya) and career-high $987,765 In 2004, won 3rd title in Estoril (d. Safin)Advanced to 1st Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros (l. to Henman) In 2002, finished in Top 25 for 1st time at No. 23 and added a title in Amersfoort (d. A. Costa) and hard court finals in Sydney (l. to Federer) and Long Island (l. to Srichaphan)Won personal-best 46 matches In 2001, served 3-month doping suspension, then won 6 Challenger titles and moved over 700 ranking spots In 2000, finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 63 and won maiden ATP title in Mexico City (as a qualifier), defeating No. 6 Kuerten in 2R and Puerta in final His best result as a junior was winning Latin American Junior Championships In Davis Cup, 11-6 career mark (9-5 singles) in 12 ties since 00 CAREER TITLES (6): 2010 Houston(CL), Bucharest(CL); 2007 Acapulco(CL); 2004 Estoril(CL); 2002 Amersfoort(CL); 2000 Mexico City(CL). FINALIST (6): 2011 Buenos Aires(CL); 2006 Acapulco(CL), Kitzbuhel(CL); 2002 Sydney(H), Long Island(H); 2001 Bogota(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 7-8)

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CAREER W-L: 72-82 BEST RESULT: QF (8 times, last 07 Rome)


PERSONAL Nickname is El FlacoBegan playing tennis at age 6 with his older sister, EugeniaFather, Pedro Emir, is a factory supervisor; mother, Felisa Rodriguez, is a housewifeEnjoys music of rock and roll group Los Redondos from ArgentinaFavourite surface is clayWife, Veronica Luz Alonso (married Nov. 14, 2008)Fitness trainer is Leonardo Prieto and coached by countryman Pablo Fuente (since February 2010)

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MARIN

CILIC (CRO)
Birthdate: September 28, 1988 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Medjugorje, Bosnia & Herzegovina Height: 6'6" (1.98m) Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco Weight: 195 (87kg) Career Win-Loss: 188-115 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,493,106 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/6 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 11-28 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 9 (February 22, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 60 (November 7, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

21 (44-22) 2008: 22 (37-25) 2005: 600 (0-1) 14 (40-22) 2007: 71 (14-13) 2004:T1447 (0-0) 14 (48-21) 2006: 173 (5-11)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,139,799. Matches won-lost: ATP: 44-22 (singles), 15-12 (doubles) . Singles Winner: St. Petersburg. Finalist: Marseille, Umag, Beijing. Quarterfinalist: Zagreb, Rotterdam, Munich, Rome, Hamburg. Doubles Finalist: Umag(w/Zovko). Semifinalist: Chennai(w/Dodig), Marseille(w/Zovko), Madrid(w/Ljubicic), Beijing(w/Ljubicic). 2011 IN REVIEW The top Croat captured his 6th career ATP World Tour title in St. Petersburg (d.Tipsarevic), extending his title streak to 4 years in a row Also runner-up in 3 other events, in Marseille (l. to Soderling) in February, Umag (l. to Dolgopolov) in July and Beijing (l. to Berdych) in October, in addition to 6 QFCompiled marks of 29-14 on hard, 13-7 on clay and 2-1 on grass Went 1-8 vs. Top 10 opponents with lone win over No. 7 Berdych in QF of Marseille and surpassed $1 million for 3rd straight year CAREER IN REVIEW The Croat has finished in Top 25 for 4 straight years (2008-11) with a 6-6 mark in finalsHas reached 4R or better at all 4 Grand Slam events In 2010, defended '09 titles in Chennai (d. Wawrinka) and Zagreb (d. Berrer)Advanced to his 1st Grand Slam SF at Australian Open and afterwards broke into Top 10Reached a career-high No. 9 on Feb. 22 and spent 11 straight weeks in Top 10 In 2009, won titles in Chennai and Zagreb while reaching his 1st Grand Slam QF at US Open (d. No. 2 Murray, l. to eventual champ del Potro)Won personal-best 48 matches and earned career-high $1,210,376 In 2008, won 1st title in New Haven (d. Fish)Reached his 1st ATP World Tour Masters 1000 QF in Toronto (d. No. 6 Roddick, l. to Simon) and was No. 6 in aces (558) In 2006, was No.1 junior and rose to the ATP Top 175 by the end of year As a junior in 2005, finished as No. 2 junior (behind Young) and won Roland Garros (d. Van Der Duim) In Davis Cup, 15-10 career mark (11-6 in singles) in 12 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (2R) CAREER TITLES (6): 2011 St. Petersburg(IH); 2010 Chennai(H), Zagreb(IH); 2009 Chennai(H), Zagreb(IH); 2008 New Haven(H). FINALIST (6): 2011 Marseille(IH), Umag(CL), Beijing(H); 2010 Munich(CL); 2009 Beijing(H), Vienna(IH). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 11-6)

CAREER AUS. OPEN 14-5 ROLAND GARROS 7-5 WIMBLEDON 5-5 US OPEN 9-4

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PERSONAL Nicknamed "Chila" by his friendsBegan playing at age 7 with his cousin, 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 retiredHas 3 brothers, 2 older Vinko, who often travels with him, and Goran, and 1 younger Mile, who is "the most inspirational person because of his good advice"Hobbies include playing football and his favourite teams are AC Milan and Croatia (admires players Kaka and Robinho)Admires countrymen Goran Ivanisevic and Ivan LjubicicEnjoys playing on all surfaces but says hard and grass are best-suited for him because of his height and style of playFitness trainer is Slaven Hrvoj and coached by Aussie Bob Brett Practices at Bob Brett Academy in Sanremo near French-Italian border.

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

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FLAVIO

CIPOLLA (ITA)
Birthdate: October 20, 1983 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Rome, Italy Height: 5'8" (1.73m) Residence: Rome, Italy Weight: 163 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 17-34 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $917,061 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-3 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 77 (November 14, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 75 (July 14, 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 76 (5-12) 2010: 211 (0-1) 2009: 160 (5-12)

2008: 126 (6-7) 2007: 140 (1-1) 2006: 204 (0-1)

2005: 178 (0-0) 2004: 576 (0-0) 2003: 463 (0-0)

2002: 548 (0-0) 2001: T838 (0-0) 2000:T1334 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $257,276. Matches won-lost: ATP: 5-12 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) Challenger: 30-13 (singles), 15-11 (doubles). 2011 IN REVIEW The Italian finished in Top 100 for 1st time with success in Challenger and ATP World Tour level play Compiled 30-13 mark in Challengers with title in Burnie (W/O vs Guccione) in February and runner-up in Prostejov (l. to Schukin) in June and Loughborough (l. to Kamke) in NovemberWent 5-12 in ATP play Led ATP World Tour by qualifying into main draw 8 times, including Australian Open and Wimbledon Posted 2 Top 20 wins during season, over No. 12 Roddick at ATP Masters 1000 Madrid and No. 19 Dolgopolov in Beijing Earned a career-high $257,276 CAREER IN REVIEW The Italian has won 4 Challenger titles while compiling a 138-131 record since turning pro in 2003 In 2010, reached final at Noumea Challenger (l. to F. Mayer)Was 11-12 in ATP qualifying matches, successfully reaching main draw in Belgrade In 2009, qualified into 6 ATP main draws, including in Belgrade where he reached QF (d. Baghdatis, Clement; l. to Karlovic)Made Davis Cup debut in 2r vs Slovakia (d. Lacko in dead rubber) In 2008, reached 1st ATP QF at Estoril (l. to Serra)Qualified at US Open and reached 3R (led Wawrinka 2-0 before losing in 5 sets)Won Noumea Challenger In 2007, made Grand Slam debut as qualifier at Roland Garros and reached 2R (d. Gabashvili, l. to Nadal) Won Challengers in Trani and Genova In 2006, made ATP debut in UmagWon Turin Challenger while reaching final at Monza In 2005, won 1st Futures title in Avezzano while reaching Challenger finals in Freudenstadt and Genova In 2004, reached 1st career Futures final at Belgrade (l. to Djokovic) In Davis Cup, 1-1 career mark (1-0 in singles) in 1 tie GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 0-1 MONTE-CARLO 0-1 ROME 0-3 MADRID 1-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 0-1

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 9 with father Quirino, a tennis coach who still works with himTrains at the Forum club in RomeFavourite surface is clay, best shot is the forehandTennis idol was Pete SamprasLikes reading, watching movies and football (supports AS Roma)

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PABLO

CUEVAS (URU)
Birthdate: January 1, 1986 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Concordia, Argentina Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: Salto, Uruguay Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 74-69 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,784,698 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 45 (October 12, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 14 (April 20, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 142 (13-13) 2008: 132 (9-15) 2010: 63 (21-22) 2007: 117 (4-1) 2009: 50 (19-15) 2006: 266 (1-1)

2005: 411 (4-1) 2004: T844 (3-1)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $215,352. Matches won-lost: ATP: 13-13 (singles), 8-10 (doubles) . Singles Semifinalist: Houston, Estoril. Doubles Semifinalist: Buenos Aires(w/Marrero), Houston(w/GarciaLopez). 2011 IN REVIEW The top Uruguayan played 5 months before being sidelined rest of season with a right knee injury that required surgery on Oct. 11Compiled a 13-13 mark through May and finished out of Top 100 for 1st time in 3 years Has protected ranking of No. 54 for 9 tournaments or 9 months in 2012 His best ATP World Tour results were SF showings in Houston (l. to Nishikori) in April and Estoril (l. to del Potro) in May, both on clayPosted 1st career Top 10 win over No. 8 Roddick in Miami en route to 3R Final match came at Roland Garros where he retired in 1R to Veic CAREER IN REVIEW The Uruguayan native had back-to-back Top 75 finishes in 2009-10, including personal-best No. 50 in 09 In 2010 reached 5 QF on clay and won a personal-high 21 matches, highlighted by his 1st indoor ATP World Tour SF in Moscow (l. Troicki)Also had an ATP-best 15-2 TB recordIn doubles, won Costa do Sauipe title and runner-up in Estoril (both w/Granollers)Compiled a 17-4 Challenger record with 1 title In 2009, became 1st player from his country to finish in Top 50 since Marcelo Filippini was No. 45 in 97 In 2008, captured his 1st Grand Slam doubles title at Roland Garros (w/Horna) and became 1st South American doubles team to capture a Grand Slam title in Open EraAdvanced to 1st ATP singles SF in Via del Mar (l. to Gonzalez) and afterwards broke Top 100Earned a career-high $473,895 In 2007, won 2 Challenger titles (Scheveningen and Tunica) As a junior in 2004, won his native Uruguay Bowl and never played in a junior Grand Slam event In Davis Cup, 26-9 career mark (18-5 in singles) in 15 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-3)

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI ROME MADRID PARIS

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PERSONAL Full name is Pablo Gabriel CuevasBegan playing at age 6 at a country club with his parents, Gabriel, an Argentine who is a businessman, and Uruguayan mother, Lucila, who is an accountantSpent much of his childhood in his mothers native country of UruguayHas 1 younger brother, Martin (20), who has played Futures and Challenger events as well as Davis CupHobbies include surfing and playing footballBest moment of his career is winning Roland Garros doubles title (w/Horna) in 2008Future goal is to reach Top 30 in singles rankingsConsiders baseline game and backhand as strengths and favourite surface is clay

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STEVE

DARCIS (BEL)
Birthdate: March 13, 1984 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Liege, Belgium Height: 5'10" (1.78m) Residence: Saive, Belgium Weight: 161 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 48-57 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,337,491 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-9 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 44 (May 12, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 126 (January 5, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 88 (9-6) 2010: 109 (6-6) 2009: 122 (6-18)

2008: 61 (21-23) 2005: 155 (0-1) 2007: 88 (6-2) 2004: 360 (0-0) 2006: 474 (0-1) 2003: 549 (0-0)

2002:T1049 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $185,729. Matches won-lost: ATP: 9-6 (singles), 0-2 (doubles) Challenger: 31-14 (singles), 2-2 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Vienna. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 3 Belgian returned to Top 100 and his best results came on Challenger circuit with 31-14 match record and titles in Scheveningen in July (d. Ilhan) and Trani in August (d. L. Mayer) His best ATP World Tour result was QF in Vienna (l. to Brands) as a qualifierIn Grand Slam play, reached 3R at Roland Garros (as a qualifier), defeating Llodra and Petzschner (l. to Monfils) and 2R at US Open (d. Tursunov, l. to Chela) In Davis Cup play, defeated Lopez in dead rubber in 1R and Melzer in World Group playoff tie CAREER IN REVIEW The Belgian veteran has claimed 2 ATP titles and 4 Challenger titles while compiling 3 Top 100 seasons In 2010, qualified in Doha and reached QF (ret. vs Nadal)In Challengers, won title in Cordenons and reached finals in Barletta and Mons In 2009, reached QF at QueensAdvanced to SF or better at 6 Challengers, including final at Prostejov In 2008, won 2nd career title at Memphis (d. Soderling)Finalist at Amersfoort (l. to Montanes) In 2007, in just his 2nd-ever ATP event, qualified at Amersfoort and won title (d. Eschauer)Lowest ranked winner of year at No. 297 (went to No. 146 after)As qualifier, made Grand Slam debut at US OpenEarly in season won 2 Futures and reached 2 Challenger SF In 2006, limited by injury to just 6 eventsMade ATP debut as qualifier at Amersfoot (l. to Zib) In 2005, reached QF or better in 7 Challengers, including finals at Kolding and EckentalMade Davis Cup debut against U.S. (l. to Blake in dead rubber) In 2004, finalist at 2 Futures events and SF at Saransk Challenger In 2003, reached 1st Futures final at Glasgow (l. to 16yo A. Murray)Won 1st Futures title in Czech Republic In Davis Cup, 8-7 career mark (7-4 in singles) in 9 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (2): 2008 Memphis(IH); 2007 Amersfoort(CL). FINALIST (1): 2008 Amersfoort(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 5 Nicknamed "Shark"Father, Alain, is a tennis coach; mother, Marie Agnes, is a sports instructor; has 1 sister, CelinePete Sampras was his idol growing up but also admires fellow countrymen Olivier Rochus, Xavier Malisse and Kristof VliegenConsiders grass and hard courts his favourite surfaces although he won his 1st ATP title on clayHis strengths are serve and forehandSupports Anderlecht football club in Belgium and enjoys fishing in his spare timeCoached by countryman Reginald Willems

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NIKOLAY

DAVYDENKO (RUS)
Birthdate: June 2, 1981 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Severodonezk, Ukraine Height: 5'10" (1.78m) Residence: Moscow, Russia Weight: 154 (69kg) Career Win-Loss: 430-274 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $14,832,949 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 21/6 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 36-58 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 3 (November 6, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 31 (June 13, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

41 (25-25) 2008: 22 (30-19) 2007: 6 (57-17) 2006:

5 (56-21) 2005: 4 (53-31) 2004: 3 (69-29) 2003:

5 (56-30) 2002: 85 (12-24)1999:T658 (0-0) 28 (33-29) 2001: 79 (6-15) 44 (30-33) 2000: 134 (3-1)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $645,058. Matches won-lost: ATP: 25-25 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Munich. Finalist: Doha. Semifinalist: Moscow. Quarterfinalist: Kuala Lumpur, Valencia. 2011 IN REVIEW The Russian extended his ATP World Tour title streak to 9 straight years by capturing his 21st career title in Munich in May (d. F. Mayer)Only active players with a longer streak are Federer and Roddick, with 11 years Began season with runner-up in Doha, defeating No. 1 Nadal in SF before losing to Federer Went 1-6 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 17-17 on hard and 8-7 on clay CAREER IN REVIEW The 1st Russian to finish in Top 10 for 5 consecutive years from 200509 has an outstanding 21-6 career mark in ATP World Tour finalsFinished a year-end best No. 3 in 2006Has reached 4 Grand Slam SF (2006-07 US Open, 05, 07 Roland Garros) and 6 QF In 2009, won title at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (d. del Potro)Earned a career-high $3,659,160 In Davis Cup, 16-11 career mark (14-9 in singles) in 16 ties and member of 2006 winning team2-time Olympian (2008 Beijing 2R, 2004 Athens 1R) CAREER TITLES (21): 2011 Munich(CL); 2010 Doha(H); 2009 Hamburg(CL), Umag(CL), Kuala Lumpur(IH), Shanghai(H), Barclays ATP World Tour Finals London(IH); 2008 Miami(H), Prtschach(CL), Warsaw(CL); 2007 Moscow(IH); 2006 Prtschach(CL), Sopot(CL), New Haven(H), Moscow(IC), ATP Masters Series Paris(IC); 2005 St. Plten(CL); 2004 Munich(CL), Moscow(IC); 2003 Adelaide(H), Estoril(CL). FINALIST (6): 2011 Doha(H); 2008 Estoril(CL), Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai(IH); 2006 Estoril(CL), Bstad(CL); 2003 St. Plten(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-8)

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ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 89-66)

CAREER INDIAN WELLS 6-6 MIAMI 11-7 MONTE-CARLO 10-8 ROME 9-9 MADRID 3-5 TORONTO/MONTRAL10-8 CINCINNATI 10-8 SHANGHAI 5-1 PARIS 15-8

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 7 with his older brother Eduard (born June 1, 1970), who was a gifted player and has been a big influence in his careerParents Vladimir and Tatjana live in Volgograd, Russia Born in Severodonezk, Ukraine but at age of 15 moved to Salmtal, GermanyReceived Russian citizenship at 18 and moved back to Russia in early 2004His favourite players growing up were Ivan Lendl and Yannick Noah Enjoys fishing, football and ice hockeyLate Russian President Boris Yeltsin attended his title effort in Moscow in 2004 and his Davis Cup home ties in 2005Wife, Irina (married Nov. 25, 2006 in Moscow) Coached by his brother Eduard (since 1992) whose son Philip earned his 1st career ATP ranking point in 2010
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JUAN MARTIN

DEL POTRO (ARG)


Birthdate: September 23, 1988 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Tandil, Argentina Height: 6'6" (1.98m) Residence: Tandil/Buenos Aires, Argentina Weight: 182 (82kg) Career Win-Loss: 189-90 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $7,822,344 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 9/4 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 20-37 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 4 (January 11, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 105 (May 25, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 11 (48-18) 2008: 2010: 257 (3-3) 2007: 2009: 5 (54-16) 2006:

9 (46-16) 2005: 159 (0-0) 44 (28-25) 2004:T1077 (0-0) 91 (10-12) 2003: -- (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,047,196. Matches won-lost: ATP: 48-18 (singles), 8-5 (doubles). Singles Winner: Delray Beach, Estoril. Finalist: Vienna. Semifinalist: San Jose, Memphis, Indian Wells, Valencia. Quarterfinalist: Los Angeles. Doubles Semifinalist: Stockholm(w/Baghdatis), Vienna(w/Stepanek). 2011 IN REVIEW The Tandil native returned from a right wrist injury to earn ATP Comeback Player of Year as he captured 2 titles, reached another final and 4 SF en route to jump of 246 spots, biggest in Top 20 Led his country to Davis Cup final with 2 wins in SF tie in Serbia, defeating Tipsarevic and No. 1 Djokovic, who retired with a back injuryIn final vs. Spain, lost in 5 sets to Ferrer and 4 sets to Nadal Won titles in Delray Beach (d. Tipsarevic) and Estoril (d. Verdasco)Reached final in Vienna (l. to Tsonga) Went 3-10 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 33-13 on hard, 10-3 on clay and 5-2 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine had back-to-back Top 10 campaigns in 2008-09, with 100-32 match record (7-10 in finals) In 2010, only played 3 tournaments due to right wrist injury and underwent surgery on May 4 in Rochester, MinnesotaReturned after 8 month absence in late September In 2009, finished a year-end best No. 5, highlighted by 1st Grand Slam crown at US Open (d. Nadal in SF, Federer in F) and 2 other titlesClosed season with runner-up at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. to Davydenko)Earned a career-high $4,753,087 In 2008, won career-high 4 titles in 5 finals and finished as top South American for 1st time while helping his country to Davis Cup final (l. to Spain 3-1)Put together career-high 23-match winning streak with 4 titles In Davis Cup, 9-4 career singles mark in 8 ties CAREER TITLES (9): 2011 Delray Beach(H), Estoril(CL); 2009 Auckland(H), Washington(H), US Open(H); 2008 Stuttgart(CL), Kitzbhel(CL), Los Angeles(H), Washington(H). FINALIST (4): 2011 Vienna(IH); 2009 Montral(H), Barclays ATP World Tour Finals London(IH); 2008 Tokyo(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-4)

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PERSONAL Full name is Juan Martin del PotroNicknames are Delpo, la Torre de Tandil or the TowerBegan playing at age 7 with coach Marcelo GomezComes from same hometown (Tandil) as ATP pros Mariano Zabaleta, Juan Monaco, Diego Junquiera and Maximo GonzalezFather, Daniel, played semi-pro rugby in Argentina, and works as a veterinarian, and mother, Patricia, is a teacherHas 1 younger sister, JulietaChildhood idol was Pete SamprasSpeaks Spanish, English and some ItalianSupporter of Argentinas Boca Juniors football team Italys JuventusFavourite surface is hard courtsSays if he wasn't a tennis player, would pursue a career in architectureAfter winning his 1st title in Stuttgart in July 2008, gave his CLK Mercedes-Benz to his sister, JulietaFitness trainer is Martiniano Orazi and coached by former ATP pro Franco Davin (since March 2008)

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DEVVARMAN (IND)
Birthdate: February 13, 1985 Turned Pro: 2008 Birthplace: Assam, India Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: Austin, Texas, USA Weight: 160 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 40-51 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $779,330 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-5 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 62 (July 25, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 139 (October 31, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 84 (20-24) 2008: 204 (2-5) 2010: 108 (8-14) 2007: 1021 (0-2) 2009: 126 (10-5) 2006:T1120 (0-1)

2005:T1367 (0-0) 2004: 740 (0-0) 2003:T1075 (0-0)

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $387,366. Matches won-lost: ATP: 20-24 (singles), 8-11 (doubles) Challenger: 3-4 (singles), 2-3 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Johannesburg. Quarterfinalist: Belgrade, Atlanta. Doubles Finalist: Los Angeles(w/Huey). 2011 IN REVIEW The top Indian won a personal-best 20 matches and finished in Top 100 for 1st time, highlighted by reaching his 2nd career ATP World Tour final in Johannesburg (l. to Anderson) in FebruaryAlso QF in Belgrade (l. to Tipsarevic) in May and Atlanta (l. to Fish) in July Went 0-5 vs. Top 10 opponents and highest-ranked win came over No. 22 Baghdatis in 1R at ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells in MarchCompiled marks of 15-17 on hard, 3-4 on clay and 2-3 on grass and earned a careerhigh $387,366 CAREER IN REVIEW The Indian has steadily increased ATP level play while improving ranking in each of the past 6 seasonsHas a 39-35 career Challenger match record and 2-2 in finals (33-15 in Futures, 4-0 in finals) In 2010, the top Indian finished just outside Top 100 at No. 108 with an 8-14 match record in tour level play and was 12-8 in Challengers with 1 titleAdvanced to QF in Johannesburg (l. to Ferrer)Helped his country get back into Davis Cup World Group for 2011 by defeating top Brazilian Bellucci who retired in 4th rubber due to injuryTook singles gold at Commonwealth Games in New Delhi and continued strong season ending push with singles and doubles gold medals at Asian Games in Guangzhou (d. Istomin, doubles w/ Samam Singh)Became 1st player to win gold in singles and doubles in same year since 74 In 2009, advanced to maiden ATP World Tour final in his hometown of ChennaiReached 3R in Washington, defeating No. 15 Cilic (l. to Karlovic)Qualified in his 1st Grand Slam event at US Open (D. Gil, l. to Kohlschreiber)In Davis Cup World Group playoff tie in South Africa, won both of his singles matches (d. van der Merwe and De Voest in 5 sets) to lead his country in 10 World Group In 2008, reached his 1st ATP World Tour QF in Washington (l. to Kunitsyn) and won 1st Challenger title in Lexington (d. Kendrick) as a qualifier In Davis Cup, 6-8 career singles mark in 8 ties. CAREER FINALIST (2): 2011 Johannesburg(H); 2009 Chennai(H). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2)

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PERSONAL Grew up in Chennai before attending University of Virginia from 200508Earned a sociology degree in May 2008 and turned pro that summerCaptured NCAA singles title in back-to-back seasons in 2007 (d. Georgia's John Isner) and 2008 (d. Tennessee's J.P. Smith) and All-American honors both timesConsiders hard courts his best surface and his tweener as his best shotEnjoys music of Dave Matthews band, loves 1980s bands Journey, Whitesnake and Depeche Mode and plays music himself Named India's Sports Illustrated Athlete of Year in 2010Received Arjuna award on Aug. 29, 2011, presented by Indian government to recognize outstanding national sportsCoached by Scott McCain and Milos Galecic
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GRIGOR

DIMITROV (BUL)
Birthdate: May 16, 1991 Turned Pro: 2008 Birthplace: Haskovo, Bulgaria Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Paris, France Weight: 169 (76kg) Career Win-Loss: 25-34 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $568,295 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-7 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 52 (August 22, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 200 (November 7, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 76 (18-25) 2008: 482 (0-1) 2010: 106 (3-2) 2007:T1461 (0-0) 2009: 287 (4-6)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $388,370. Matches won-lost: ATP: 18-25 (singles), 5-9 (doubles) Challenger: 6-2 (singles), 2-1 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Munich, Eastbourne, Bangkok, Stockholm. Doubles Finalist: Eastbourne(w/Seppi). 2011 IN REVIEW The 3rd-youngest player in Top 100 (behind Tomic, Harrison) and top player from Bulgaria finished a year-end best No. 76, highlighted by 3 ATP World Tour QF showings on as many surfaces, in Munich (l. to F. Mayer) on clay, Eastbourne (l. to Tipsarevic) on grass and Bangkok (l. to Murray) on hard Won a personal-best 18 matches and compiled marks of 11-16 on hard, 4-4 on grass and 3-5 on clayWent 04 vs. Top 10 opponentsEarned a career-high $388,370 In early season Challenger action, won title in Cherbourg and finished with 6-2 mark CAREER IN REVIEW The Bulgarian youngster has improved ranking in each of 5 seasons playing professional eventsHas a 37-30 career Challenger record and is 3-1 in finalsUndefeated in 6 Futures finals with a 47-19 overall record In 2010, was youngest player at 19y6m to finish in Top 125Won 3 straight Challenger titles at Geneva (d. Andujar) and 2 more in Bangkok (d. Kravchuk and d. Kudryavtsev)Had 40-31 Challenger match record In 2009, the Bulgarian phenom made his 1st impression on ATP World Tour in Rotterdam as he defeated No. 23 Berdych in 1R before losing in 3 sets to No. 1 NadalFollowing week in Marseille, took No. 8 Simon to 3 sets in 1R lossWas granted a wild card at Wimbledon but was forced to withdraw due to a knee injury In 2008, won 3 Spanish Futures titles, including back-to-back weeks in SeptemberCompiled outstanding junior results, finishing as No. 3 junior in worldCaptured Wimbledon and US Open junior titles and advanced to QF at Roland Garros In 2007, reached Orange Bowl final in Miami (l. to Berankis) In Davis Cup, 11-3 career mark (9-1 in singles) in 8 ties CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-0)

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PERSONAL Began to play tennis at age 3 with his parentsNicknamed JuniorOnly child of father, Dimitar, who is a tennis coach, and mother, Maria, who is a sports teacher and former volleyball playerConsiders favourite shot backhand down the line and favourite surfaces are hard court and grassFan of Manchester United and favourite tournament is WimbledonAmbition is to be World No. 1Idol growing up was Pete SamprasHobbies include cars, computers and watchesTrains at Mouratoglou Tennis Academy in Paris

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DJOKOVIC (SRB)
Birthdate: May 22, 1987 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Belgrade, Serbia Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 394-111 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $32,882,760 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 28/14 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 60-54 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (July 4, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 114 (November 30, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

1 (70-6) 2008: 3 (61-18) 2007: 3 (78-19) 2006:

3 (64-17) 2005: 83 (11-11) 3 (68-19) 2004: 187 (2-3) 16 (40-18) 2003: 676 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $12,619,803. Matches won-lost: ATP: 70-6 (singles), 3-5 (doubles). Singles Winner: Australian Open, Dubai, Indian Wells, Miami, Belgrade, Madrid, Rome, Wimbledon, Montral US Open. Finalist: Cincinnati. Semifinalist: Roland Garros, Basel. 2011 IN REVIEW The Serb finished as World No. 1, winning a career-best 10 titles in 11 finals en route to a 70-6 match record Won 3 Grand Slam and a record 5 ATP Masters 1000 titles and 1st player with at least 10 titles in a season since Federer (12) in 06 He is 1st player other than Federer or Nadal to finish No. 1 since Roddick in 2003 In finals, recorded 6 wins over rival NadalOf his 10 titles during season, 9 came over Top 10 opponents Overall he was 21-4 vs. Top 10 foes (last year went 4-8), 1st player with 20 Top 10 wins since Ivan Lendl (22) in 1985 He became only 3rd player (since 1990) to win 30-more ATP World Tour Masters 1000 matches in a season as he compiled a 31-1 match record He won his 1st 7 tournaments (Australian Open, Dubai, Indian Wells, Miami, Belgrade, Madrid, Rome) and compiled a 41-match winning streak (43 going back to 2010 Davis Cup final) before run ended with SF loss to Federer at Roland GarrosIt was best streak to begin a season since John McEnroes 42 in 1984 He then reeled off next 16 straight wins with 1st Wimbledon crown (d. Nadal), afterwards becoming No. 1 for 1st time on July 4, and ATP Masters 1000 Montral title (d. Fish) before retiring in ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati final (vs. Murray) with right shoulder injury Was 1st player to win title in World No. 1 tournament debut since Pete Sampras in April 1993 in Hong Kong In final Grand Slam tournament at US Open, saved 2 MPs in 5-set SF win over Federer and followed with 4-set win over Nadal to earn his 4th career Grand Slam title Finished 6-4 after US OpenPlayed in Davis Cup SF vs Argentina and retired in 2nd set vs. del Potro with a back injuryWithdrew from 2 Asian tournaments before returning week of Oct. 31 in Basel where he reached SF (l. to Nishikori)Withdrew from Paris QF dues to shoulder injury and went 1-2 in round robin play at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London Led ATP World Tour with 13 bagel sets won during seasonLed Ricoh ATP Match Facts in return games won (39%), points won returning 2nd serve (58%), and No. 2 in break points converted (48%) and points won returning first serve (36%) Set an all-time mens record in season prize money with $12,619,803 CAREER IN REVIEW The Serbian native has put his country on the tennis map with outstanding results since making Top 20 breakthrough in 2006Has a 28-14 career record in finals, including 4-2 in Grand Slam finalsHas won 3 of the 4 Grand Slams and reached the SF at Roland Garros 3 times (2007-08, 11) In 2010, finished No. 3 for 4th year in a row, winning 2 ATP titles, reaching QF or better in all 4 Grand Slam tournaments for 1st time in a season, including a final, while leading his country to Davis Cup title (d. France 3-2) for 1st time while going 7-0 in singles playIn Dubai he successfully defended an ATP World Tour title for 1st time in his career, beating Youzhny in a rain-delayed final becoming 2nd player in tournament history (since 93) to win back-to-back titlesAt Roland Garros, fell to Melzer in 5 sets in QF after holding a 2-set leadParticipated in latest finish at Wimbledon in his 1R against O. Rochus, which ended at 10:59 p.m. under roof and lights on Centre Court (l. to Berdych in SF)Afterwards, returned to No. 2 and was there for 6 weeksAt US Open, reached 2nd career final (07) and en route he beat countryman Troicki in a 5-set 1R battle and then outlasted Federer in 5 sets in SF, saving 2 MPs before losing to No. 1 Nadal in 4 sets in a raindelayed Monday finalIn October defended his title in Beijing over Ferrer in a rain-delayed Monday final In 2009, won 5 ATP titles in 10 finals and became 1st player to finish No. 3 for 3 straight years since Mats Wilander from 1985-87Led ATP circuit in matches played (97), matches won (78) and hard court matches won (53), all personal bestsIn May, lost in Madrid SF to Nadal in longest best-of-3 sets match (4:03) in Open Era (after holding 3 MPs)In last month, won back-to-back titles in Basel (d. Federer) and Paris (d. Monfils) In 2008, captured 4 titles in 6 finals, closing with Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai title (d. Davydenko) as well as his 1st Grand Slam crown at Australian OpenOnly dropped 1 set during fortnight in Melbourne, that coming in final (d. Tsonga)In March, picked up title in Indian Wells (d. Nadal in SF, Fish in F)After a 17-4 start in 1st 3 months, played well on clay (16-3) with SF in Monte-Carlo (ret. to Federer), won title at Rome (d. Wawrinka) and reached SF at Hamburg and Roland Garros (l. to Nadal both times)On grass, advanced to final at Queens (l. to Nadal)During summer hard court circuit, runner-up in Cincinnati (l. to Murray), won
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bronze medal at Beijing Olympics (d. Blake) and advanced to SF at US Open (l. to Federer) In 2007, finished as youngest player (20) in Top 10 and won 5 ATP titles while reaching his 1st Grand Slam final at US Open (l. 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 tournamentsIn March, reached his 1st ATP Masters 1000 final in Indian Wells (l. to Nadal) and followed with title in Miami without dropping a set (d. Nadal in QF, Murray in SF, Caas in F)On clay, picked up title in Estoril (d. Robredo in SF, Gasquet in F) and reached SF at Roland Garros (l. to Nadal)Reached SF at Wimbledon where he advanced to SF (ret. vs. Nadal with toe blister)In August, won title in Montreal where he posted wins over No. 3 Roddick (QF), No. 2 Nadal (SF) and No. 1 Federer (F) to become 1st player to defeat Worlds Top 3 since Becker in October 1994 in StockholmAlso 1st player to beat Federer and Nadal in same tournament while they were ranked No. 1 and 2Advanced to his 1st Slam final, getting past Stepanek in a 4h41m marathon in 2R (l. to Federer)Named ATP Most Improved Player for 2nd year in a row In 2006, captured 2 ATP titles in 3 finals and finished as youngest player (at 19) in year-end Top 20 Also made breakthrough in Grand Slam play with QF at Roland Garros (ret. vs. Nadal)In July, won maiden ATP World Tour title in Amersfoort (d. Massu)Picked up his 2nd ATP title in Metz (d. Melzer) In 2005, finished as youngest player in Top 100 at 18y5m As a junior, advanced to SF at Australian Open in singles and doubles (w/Jenkins) in 04 In Davis Cup, 21-9 career mark (19-7 in singles) in 17 ties and member of 2010 winning teamCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics and earned bronze medal CAREER TITLES (28): 2011 Australian Open(H), Dubai(H), Indian Wells(H), Miami(H), Belgrade(CL), Madrid(CL), Rome(CL), Wimbledon(G), Montral(H), US Open(H); 2010 Dubai(H), Beijing(H); 2009 Dubai(H), Belgrade(CL), Beijing(H), Basel(IH), Paris(IH); 2008 Australian Open(H), Indian Wells(H), Rome(CL), Tennis Masters CupShanghai (IH); 2007 Adelaide(H), Miami(H), Estoril(CL), Montral(H), Vienna(IH); 2006 Amersfoort(CL), Metz(IH). FINALIST (14): 2011 Cincinnati(H); 2010 US Open(H), Basel(IH); 2009 Miami(H), MonteCarlo(CL), Rome(CL), Halle(G), Cincinnati(H); 2008 London / Queen's Club(G), Cincinnati(H), Bangkok(IH); 2007 Indian Wells(H), US Open(H); 2006 Umag(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-5)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 22-4 MIAMI 18-4 MONTE-CARLO 11-5 ROME 18-3 MADRID 14-4 TORONTO/MONTRAL17-3 CINCINNATI 15-7 SHANGHAI 6-2 PARIS 11-5

PERSONAL Began playing at age 4 and made pro debut at 16Nicknamed NoleFather, Srdjan and mother, Dijana Owner of company, "Family Sports," which has 3 restaurants, a tennis academy, and a range of products, featuring his likeness on mineral water, candy bars, sugar, clothing, cups, among other itemsUncle, Goran, is tournament director of ATP World Tour Serbia OpenHe and his family opened a restaurant in Belgrade in April 2009 called "Novak"Father, uncle and aunt were all professional skiers and his father was also an excellent football playerHis father wanted him to be a football player or skier but excelled in tennis at an early ageCredits his family as inspiration for giving him so much supportYounger brothers Marko (born Aug. 20, 1991) and Djordje (born July 17, 1995) are both in school and play tennisIdol growing up was Pete SamprasAt age 12, attended Niki Pilic Academy in Munich and practiced there for almost 2 years before returning to BelgradeSpeaks Serbian, Italian, German and EnglishFavourite surface is hard courts but considers himself an all around playerBest shot is backhand down the lineHis family invited 50 underprivileged Kosovo-Serb children to Belgrade in September 2007 to be courtside for Serbia-Australia Davis Cup World Group tieElected to 2-year term in June 2008 to ATP Player CouncilServes as ambassador for UNICEF in Serbia to defend children's rights and provide access to early childhood educationNamed Ace of the Year in GQs 2011 Men of the Year issueWorks with physiotherapist Miljan Amanovic and Gebhard Phil-Gritsch, who used to work with Thomas MusterCoached by former ATP pro and Slovak Republic native Marian Vajda (since June 2006)

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DODIG (CRO)
Birthdate: January 2, 1985 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Medjugorje, Bosnia-Herzegovina Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Zagreb, Croatia Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 36-35 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $971,427 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-8 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 32 (October 10, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 92 (November 7, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 36 (26-25) 2008: 387 (0-1) 2010: 88 (8-7) 2007: 298 (0-0) 2009: 181 (2-2) 2006: 414 (0-0)

2005: 840 (0-0) 2004:T1160 (0-0) 2003: T934 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $645,735. Matches won-lost: ATP: 26-25 (singles), 12-18 (doubles) Challenger: 2-1 (singles), 1-1 (doubles). Singles Winner: Zagreb. Finalist: s-Hertogenbosch. Semifinalist: Barcelona. Quarterfinalist: Delray Beach. Doubles Semifinalist: Chennai(w/Cilic), Basel(w/Troicki). 2011 IN REVIEW The Croat finished in Top 50 for 1st time, highlighted by 1st career ATP World Tour title in hometown of Zagreb (d. Berrer) and personal-high 26 match wins, 18 more from previous yearWas 1 of 10 first-time ATP World Tour winners in 2011 In June, was runner-up on grass in s-Hertogenbosch (l. to Tursunov)Also a SF in Barcelona (l. to Nadal) in April and QF at Delray Beach (l. to Tipsarevic) in February His best Grand Slam result was 2R at Australian Open, (l. to eventual champion Djokovic in 4 sets - only player to take a set off Serb) Went 2-7 vs. Top 10 foes with wins over No. 5 Soderling in Barcelona and No. 2 Nadal in Montral, both in 2R Compiled marks of 17-16 on hard, 5-3 on grass and 4-6 on clayEarned a career-high $645,735 CAREER IN REVIEW The Croat has 3 straight years with ranking improvements thanks to success in Challengers and FuturesHas mark of 61-53 in Challengers and 2-3 in finalsOwns 83-51 Futures record with 3 titles in 6 finals In 2010, reached 2nd career QF in Stockholm (l. to Ljubicic) as a qualifierOverall qualified 5 times during season, including Australian Open, Wimbledon and US OpenAt Australian Open he beat No. 23 Ferrero in 5 sets before losing to Koubek in 2RCompiled a 19-12 Challenger match record, winning title at Astana-2 (d. Kunitsyn) and reaching final at Ostrava (l. Rosol) In 2009, qualified in Zagreb and reached his 1st ATP World Tour QF (d. Andreev, Gulbis, l. to Ancic)Won Sarajevo Challenger (d. Meffert) and reached finals in Ostrava (l. to Hajek) and Kolding (l. to Bogdanovic) In 2008, made ATP debut as a qualifier in Marseille and lost to No. 3 Djokovic in 1R In Davis Cup, 9-19 career mark (4-8 in singles) in 20 tiesPlayed 22 rubbers for Bosnia and Herzegovina between April 02 and July 06 before making debut for Croatia in 10. CAREER TITLES (1): 2011 Zagreb(IH). FINALIST (1): 2011 s-Hertogenbosch(G). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-2)

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CAREER MIAMI 1-1 MONTE-CARLO 0-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 2-1 CINCINNATI 1-1 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 1-1

PERSONAL Began playing at age 8Father, Tomislav; mother, Davorka; brothers Zeljko and MladenEnjoys music, movies, table tennis and video gamesChildhood idol was countryman Goran IvanisevicConsiders hard court his favourite surface and his serve as favourite shotCoached by Martin Stepanek and practices at Gerry Weber Breakpoint Team in Halle, Germany

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DOLGOPOLOV (UKR)
Birthdate: November 7, 1988 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Kiev, Ukraine Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Kiev, Ukraine Weight: 162 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 60-57 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,818,100 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-13 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 15 (December 5, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 44 (November 14, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 15 (38-29) 2008: 309 (0-0) 2010: 48 (21-23) 2007: 226 (0-2) 2009: 131 (1-1) 2006: 269 (0-2)

2005:T1523 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,196,499. Matches won-lost: ATP: 38-29 (singles), 14-16 (doubles). Singles Winner: Umag. Finalist: Costa do Sauipe. Semifinalist: Acapulco, Nice, Metz. Quarterfinalist: Sydney, Australian Open, Winston-Salem, Shanghai. Doubles Winner: Indian Wells(w/Malisse). Semifinalist: Buenos Aires(w/Andreev). 2011 IN REVIEW The 1st player from Ukraine to finish in Top 20 since Andrei Medvedev was No. 16 in 1995Season highlights included maiden ATP World Tour title in Umag (d. Cilic) on July 31 and Grand Slam QF at Australian Open (d. No. 4 Soderling, l. to Murray)Also runner-up in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Almagro) Overall, reached QF or better 9 timesAlso SF in Acapulco (l. to Ferrer) in Nice (l. to Hanescu) and Metz (l. to Tsonga) Went 2-8 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 22-16 on hard, 15-10 on clay and 1-3 on grassEarned a career-high $1,196,499 In doubles, captured 1st ATP World Tour title at Indian Wells (w/Malisse), winning all 5 matches in a Match TB (d. Bryans in 2R, Federer-Wawrinka in final) CAREER IN REVIEW The Ukrainian has played 2 full ATP World Tour seasons while also posting a 75-45 Challenger match record with a 5-2 mark in finals and a 43-13 Futures match record and is undefeated in 5 finals In 2010, climbed over 80 spots to finish in Top 50 for 1st time, highlighted by 21 match winsHad 17-4 match record in ChallengersIn 1st 3 months won titles in Meknes and finals in Tangier and Marrakech Reached 3R at Roland Garros (d. Clement, F. Gonzalez; l. to Almagro) and followed with 1st career SF in Eastbourne (l. to Llodra)Also 2R at Wimbledon, losing to Tsonga 10-8 in 5th set2nd half of season highlights included QF in Umag, Moscow and St. Petersburg In 2009, won 3 Challenger titles in Orbello (d. Andujar), Como (d. Aranguren) and Trnava (d. Ouahab)He posted his 1st ATP World Tour match win in St. Petersburg in October (d. Ginepri) In 2007, captured 1st Challenger title at Sassuolo (d. Ruiz-Cadenas) In Davis Cup, 0-2 career mark in 2 ties CAREER TITLES (1): 2011 Umag(CL). FINALIST (1): 2011 Costa do Sauipe(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-1)

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PERSONAL Began playing at age 3Nickname is DolgoMother, Elena, was a gymnast who earned a gold and silver medal at the European ChampionshipsFather, Oleksandar, is former ATP pro who coached his son from a young age until 2008Also coached former No. 4 Andrei MedvedevHas a younger sister, MariaHobbies include car racingConsiders clay his favourite surfaceAmbition is to be ranked No. 1Identifies his father as most inspirational person in his life for helping become the tennis player that he isIf he wasnt a tennis player he would be a rally car driverCoached by Australian Jack Reader

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MATTHEW

EBDEN (AUS)
Birthdate: November 26, 1987 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Durban, South Africa Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Perth, Australia Weight: 172 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 11-12 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $398,154 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-4 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 79 (October 24, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 86 (August 1, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 86 (10-10) 2008: 301 (0-0) 2010: 183 (1-2) 2007: 637 (0-0) 2009: 331 (0-0) 2006: T871 (0-0)

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $261,516. Matches won-lost: ATP: 10-10 (singles), 10-6 (doubles) Challenger: 17-8 (singles), 11-4 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Brisbane, Newport, Shanghai. Doubles Winner: Newport(w/Harrison), Atlanta(w/Bogomolov Jr.). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Aussie (behind No. 42 Tomic) finished in Top 100 for 1st time, highlighted by 3 ATP World Tour QF results, including at ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai where he qualified and posted win over No. 12 Simon before losing to eventual champion MurrayAfterwards, broke Top 100 from No. 124 to No. 80 Compiled a 10-10 match record (7-8 on hard)Overall, qualified into main draw 6 times on ATP World Tour In 1st week of season, advanced to QF in Brisbane (l. to Soderling) and then in Newport in July (l. to O. Rochus), his 1st QF on grass In Challengers, compiled a 18-9 mark with 3 SF showings (Caloundra, Dallas, Cremona) In doubles, won 1st ATP title in Newport (w/Harrison) and in next tournament in Atlanta (w/Bogomolov Jr.) In Grand Slam play, lost in Australian Open 1R (l. to Russell) and in qualifying 2R at Wimbledon and US Open Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and earned a career-high $261,516 CAREER IN REVIEW The Australian newcomer has risen on the strength of strong Futures results, with a 106-71 record and 6 titles In 2010, made ATP debut as qualifier in Brisbane and reached 2R (d. Melzer, l. to Gasquet)Made Grand Slam debut as qualifier at Australian Open (l. to Monfils)Reached 1st Challenger final in KyotoClaimed 1 Futures title and reached 2 SF In 2009, was 31-8 in Futures, including 3 titles and 2 finals In 2008, started year with 25-13 Futures record, including title in KoreaIn 2nd half of season, was 6-7 in Challengers, including SF at PenzaClosed year with 12-7 Futures record, including 3 SF In 2007, claimed 1st Futures title in 1st final in Milwaukee (d. Yani) while posting 19-22 record In 2006, was 8-15 in Futures play, including 1 SF and 1 QF In 2005, was 2-4 in 2 months of Futures play in Australia CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-0)

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PERSONAL Nickname is "Matty"Started playing tennis at age 5, with his family in South AfricaWent to high school at the prestigious Hale School in Perth, Western AustralianFather, Charles, is a Chief Financial Officer; mother, Ann, is a housewife; has 2 sisters, Tarryn, a physiotherapist, and Candice, an accountantFather played state cricket and tennis in South AfricaSister, Tarryn, was in the Top 3 in South Africa for tennis before moving to Australia to pursue her career in physiotherapyCandice was also a national-ranked tennis player, as well as member of the national swimming and water polo squadsFavourite surfaces are hard and grassFavourite shot is forehandFavourite tournament is Australian OpenIdols growing up were Stefan Edberg and Andre AgassiTrains in Perth and Melbourne and is a member of the Australian Davis Cup squadHobbies include the beach, surfing, movies and computer gamesIf he wasn't a tennis player he would probably be a lawyer as he was enrolled to do a law/commerce degree at University of WA but deferred to pursue a career in tennisFavourite sporting team is the Wallabies (Australian Rugby Union)Coached by Darren Tandy

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ALEJANDRO

FALLA (COL)
Birthdate: November 14, 1983 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Cali, Colombia Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Bogota, Colombia Weight: 175 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 65-90 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1,505,285 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-13 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 58 (April 19, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 130 (August 3, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 74 (9-16) 2008: 182 (8-11) 2005: 238 (2-2) 2010: 105 (14-20) 2007: 84 (14-17) 2004: 125 (5-7) 2009: 81 (3-9) 2006: 108 (8-8) 2003: 279 (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $304,114. Matches won-lost: ATP: 9-16 (singles), 4-3 (doubles) Challenger: 16-10 (singles), 11-9 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Delray Beach. Doubles Finalist: San Jose(w/Malisse).

2002: 563 (1-0) 2001:T1379 (1-0) 2000:T1334 (0-0)

2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Colombian (behind No. 55 Giraldo) finished a year-end best No. 74, highlighted by ATP World Tour QF in Delray Beach (l. to Fish) and Grand Slam-best 4R at Roland Garros (l. to Chela in 5 sets), both as qualifiersAfter Paris, jumped from 120 to 82Overall, qualified 5 times during season In Challenger play, compiled a 16-10 record with title in Cali (d. Schwank) in September and runner-up in Medellin (l. to Estrella) in November, both on home soil Compiled marks of 5-9 on hard, 4-5 on clay and 0-2 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Colombian veteran has finished in Top 100 in 3 of past 5 seasonsOwns a 111-70 career Challenger record with 6 titles in 12 finals In 2010, reached a career-high No. 58 and earned a personal-high $315,041Tied a personal-high with 14 match wins (also in '07) and his best ATP World Tour result was QF in 's-Hertogenbosch (l. to Malisse) and Los Angeles (l. to Murray) in JulyReached final in his hometown Challenger in Bogota (l. to Souza) In 2009, compiled a 25-11 match record in Challengers, highlighted by 3 titlesQualified into main draw ATP-leading 8 times during season, including Wimbledon (l. to Stepanek) In 2008, his best ATP World Tour result was QF in Washington (l. to Haas) In 2007, won a career-high 14 matches (also in 10) and became 1st player from his country to finish in Top 100 (at No. 84) since Jairo Velasco (No. 47) in 82Reached his 1st ATP World Tour SF in Lyon (d. Andreev, Marach, No. 14 Ljubicic, l. to Gicquel)Qualified in 8 ATP events to lead the circuit in qualifying In 2006, posted his 1st Top 10 win over No. 6 Davydenko at Wimbledon and 1st by a Colombian manBeat del Potro at US Open to reach 2R (l. to Tursunov) Has a 28-11 career Davis Cup record (19-5 in singles) in 21 ties CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-4)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6 with father Jorge, a tennis coachMother, Elsa, is a housewifeSister, Kelly played at Florida Gulf Coast under a tennis scholarship and is now a graduated in accountingShe lives and works in BarcelonaBrother Sebastian trains at Sanchez-Casal Academy and plays junior events in Florida Likes football and supports the Atletico Nacional team in ColombiaHis favourite hobby is golfFavourite music is salsa, rock (especially U2) and loungeGoal in tennis is to reach the Top 10Finished high school in Cali in 2001 (Los Angeles de San Fernando)Tennis idols were Boris Becker and Pete SamprasPrefers to play on hard courts and best shot is backhandCoached by Marcos Gorriz, who also works with Santiago Giraldo

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ROGER

FEDERER (SUI)
Birthdate: August 8, 1981 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Basel, Switzerland Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Bottmingen, Switzerland Weight: 187 (84kg) Career Win-Loss: 807-186 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $67,429,935 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 70/30 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 145-73 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (February 2, 2004) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 24 (June 9, 2003) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

3 (64-12) 2008: 2 (65-13) 2007: 1 (61-12) 2006:

2 (66-15)2005: 1 (68-9) 2004: 1 (92-5) 2003:

1 (81-4) 2002: 6 (58-22) 1999:64 (13-17) 1 (74-6) 2001: 13 (49-21) 1998: 302 (2-3) 2 (78-17)2000: 29 (36-30) 1997:T700 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $6,369,576. Matches won-lost: ATP: 64-12 (singles), 5-2 (doubles). Singles Winner: Doha, Basel, Paris, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. Finalist: Dubai, Roland Garros. Semifinalist: Australian Open, Indian Wells, Miami, Madrid, US Open. Quarterfinalist: Monte-Carlo, Wimbledon, Cincinnati. Doubles Finalist: Indian Wells(w/Wawrinka). 2011 IN REVIEW The Swiss native finished in Top 3 for 9th straight yearCompiling a 4-2 record in finals during year, capping season with 17-match winning streak and 3 titles, including a record 6th Barclays ATP World Tour Finals crown His 70 career titles are No. 4 on Open Era titles list and 807 match wins is No. 6 in Open Era Opened season with title in Doha where he defeated DavydenkoIt extended his streak to 11 years with at least 1 ATP World Tour title, tied with Andy Roddick for longest streak among active players Reached QF or better in 14 of 16 tournaments, including at all 4 Grand Slam eventsHas advanced to QF or better in a record 30 consecutive Slams going back to 04 WimbledonHis streak of at least 1 Slam title for 8 consecutive years came to an end In Roland Garros SF, he snapped Djokovics 43-match winning streak with 4-set victoryThen followed with QF at Wimbledon (l. to Tsonga in 5 sets after holding 2-set lead)It was 1st time in a Slam he lost 2-0 set lead (was 178-0)At US Open, lost to Djokovic in SF for 2nd year in a row (held 2 MPs and 2-0 set lead) Following US Open, traveled to Australia for Davis Cup World Group playoff tie and posted 4-set wins over Hewitt and Tomic as Switzerland prevailed 3-2 Returned after break and closed season with titles in Basel (d. Nishikori), Paris (d. Tsonga) and Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (d. Tsonga) Compiled marks of 46-7 on hard, 12-4 on clay and 6-1 on grass and was 20-9 in TBsAlso 16-0 indoorsWent 10-9 vs. Top 10 opponents, winning last 7 CAREER IN REVIEW Regarded by many as games greatest ever player with a record 16 Grand Slam titles (in 23 finals), including at least 1 crown for 8 straight years from 2003-10In 1st 16 Grand Slam events of career, did not reach a final but since winning 1st Slam title at 03 Wimbledon, has reached final in 23 of past 34 Slam tournaments (going into 12)The only player to reach all 4 Slam finals in a season 3 different years (06-07, 09), 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 70-30 career mark in finals and No. 4 in Open Era titles listHis 48 hard court titles is most in Open Era1 of 3 players to finish No. 1 at least 5 times (04-07, 09), joining Sampras (6) and Jimmy Connors (5) In 2010, was in Top 2 for a record 8th straight year, winning 5 titles in 9 finals; had a Tour best 16-6 vs. Top 10 opponents (most wins during year)Won 16th career Grand Slam crown at Australian Open (d. Murray) becoming 1st father to win a Slam title since Agassi at 03 Australian OpenAfter Roland Garros, dropped to No. 2, having been No. 1 for 285 weeks (1 week shy of equaling Sampras' all-time record)Ended a 7-month title drought by winning Cincinnati for 4th time (d. Fish), his 17th ATP World Tour Masters 1000 trophy, tying him with Agassi and 1 short of Nadals recordHad a career-best 21-2 record after US Open, reaching final in Shanghai (l. to Murray); making his 1st appearance in Stockholm in 10 years won his 64th Tour-level title over F. MayerIn Paris, his season-high 12-match winning streak came to an end in SF against Monfils in 3 TBs (after holding 5 MP), his 4th loss during year after holding MP Finished 2009 as No. 1 for 5th timeReached all 4 Grand Slam finals in same year (also became 1st player to take part in 3 5 set Grand Slam finals in a season)Became 6th man in history to win all 4 Grand Slam titles in his career; a month later won a record-breaking 15th Grand Slam title at WimbledonReclaimed top ranking on July 6 after Nadals run of 46 consecutive weeks at No. 1At Australian Open, fell to Nadal in 5 sets, his 1st loss in a Grand Slam hard court final (8-1)Outlasted Roddick in the Wimbledon final 16-14 in 5th set, breaking him for 1st time in final game after 37 service holds from Roddick; it was longest 5th set in a final in Grand Slam history; served a personal-best 50 aces and earned his 60th tour-level titleAt US Open, became 1st player to surpass $50 million in career prize money In 2008, was coming off lingering effects with a bout of mononucleosisWon a career-best 21 of 25 matches on clayFell short of winning a 6th straight Wimbledon title as Nadal prevailed in a 4h48m marathon (9-7 in 5th set) in longest final in tournament history which ended a record 65-match winning streak on grass Reached QF in Beijing Olympics (l. to Blake) where he won gold medal in doubles (w/Wawrinka)Record streak of 237 consecutive weeks at No. 1 came to an end on Aug. 18At US Open, became 1st player to win 5 straight titles since Bill Tilden captured 6 in a row from 1920-25Withdrew from QF (vs. Blake) at AMS Paris due to back injury for 1st time in a tournament after 763 matches and at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai went 1-2 in round robin play
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Ended 2007 as No. 1 for a 4th straight year winning an ATP-best 8 titles (in 12 finals out of 16 tournaments) for 4th consecutive seasonBecame only 4th player since 1973 to end year at No. 1 at least 4 consecutive years, joining Sampras (6), Connors (5) and McEnroe (4), also 1st player in history to reach all 4 Grand Slam finals in back-to-back years and advanced to an all-time record 10 consecutive Slam finalsBetween 2004-07 compiled a match record of 315-24 (.929) with Nadal, Nalbandian and Caas only players to beat him more than once during that stretchBroke record of Connors (160) for most consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Feb. 26 Finished 2006 No. 1 for 3rd straight year highlighted by an ATP-best 12 titles (most in a season since Muster in 95), including 3 Grand Slam crowns for 2nd time in 3 years and 4 Masters shields for 2nd straight season; 1st player to reach all 4 Grand Slam finals in a year since Laver in 69Competed in 16 finals in 17 tournaments played and won a career-high 92 matches, most by a player since Ivan Lendl compiled a 106-9 record in 82 Closed season by winning 3rd Tennis Masters Cup in 4 years (d. Nadal in SF, Blake in F) Finished 2005 No. 1 for 2nd straight year highlighted by an ATP-best 11 titles (along with Nadal), including 2 Grand Slam and a record 4 Masters crownsMade No. 1 on Oct. 3 after Bangkok title and became only 5th player in history of ATP Rankings (since 1973) to rank No. 1 every week during calendar year (Connors, Lendl, Sampras, Hewitt)Had best match winning percentage (.953, 81-4) since John McEnroe (.965, 82-3) in 1984Became 1st player since Budge in 1937-38 to win Wimbledon and US title in same season back-toback years Finished 2004 as No. 1 for the 1st time, winning an ATP-best 11 titles (most in a year since Lendl in 85) in as many finals, including 3 Grand Slam, 3 Masters victories and the Tennis Masters Cup in Houston for 2nd consecutive yearHis stats included an 18-0 record against Top 10 (23-0 going back to 03 TMC in Houston), defeating every member of year-end Top 10Also established an Open Era record by winning 13 straight finals (going back to 2003), surpassing mark held by Hall-of-Famers Borg and McEnroe, who won 12 straightBecame 1st player to win multiple titles on clay, grass and hard courts in a season and 1st since Borg in 79 to win consecutive titles on those surfacesClinched year-end No. 1 earliest ever on Sept. 13 after winning 1st US Open crown (d. Hewitt) In 2003, captured an ATP-high 7 titles in 9 finals, including his 1st Grand Slam crown at Wimbledon and 1st U.S. title at Tennis Masters Cup in Houston, finishing No. 2 behind RoddickSaved a personal-best 7 MP in his 1R win over Draper in Cincinnati (l. to Nalbandian in 2r)Only double winner of the year in Vienna (doubles w/Allegro) In 2002 became 1st Swiss player to finish in Top 10 (No. 6) and appear in year-end event since Jakob Hlasek in 1988Dedicated his Vienna title to his 1st coach Peter Carter, who had died in a car accident 2 months earlierIn year-end event debut in Shanghai lost to Hewitt in SF in 3s Finished 2001 as Swiss No. 1 player for 1st time and won 1st ATP title in Milan (d. Ivanisevic in QF, Kafelnikov in SF, Boutter in F) In 2000 reached 1st ATP final in Marseille (l. to Rosset) and also in native Basel (l. to Enqvist); lost in bronze medal match to Di Pasquale at Sydney Olympics In 1999 was youngest player (18y4m) to finish in Top 100 and advanced to QF in Marseille and then 1st SF in Vienna; won 1st challenger title in Brest In 1998 reached Toulouse QF in 2nd career ATP World Tour event As a junior, finished No. 1 in 1998 winning Wimbledon in singles and doubles w/O. Rochus (4th player to win junior and mens singles titles after Borg, Cash and Edberg), Orange Bowl and reaching the final at US Open and SF at Australian Open In Davis Cup, 41-12 career mark (30-6 singles) in 20 tiesWon Olympic gold in Beijing in 2008 (w/Wawrinka) and reached singles SF in Sydney in 2000 CAREER TITLES (70): 2011 Doha(H), Basel(IH), Paris(IH), Barclays ATP World Tour Finals London(IH); 2010 Australian Open(H), Cincinnati(H), Stockholm(IH), Basel(IH), Barclays ATP World Tour Finals London(IH); 2009 Madrid(CL), Roland Garros(CL), Wimbledon(G), Cincinnati(H); 2008 Estoril(CL), Halle(G), US Open(H), Basel(IH); 2007 Australian Open(H), Dubai(H), Hamburg(CL), Wimbledon(G), Cincinnati(H), US Open(H), Basel(IH), Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai(IH); 2006 Doha(H), Australian Open(H), Indian Wells(H), Miami(H), Halle(G), Wimbledon(G), Toronto(H), US Open(H), Tokyo(H), Madrid(IH), Basel(IC), Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai(IH); 2005 Doha(H), Rotterdam(IH), Dubai(H), Indian Wells(H), Miam(H), Hamburg(CL), Halle(G), Wimbledon(G), Cincinnati(H), US Open(H), Bangkok(IH); 2004 Australian Open(H), Dubai(H), Indian Wells(H), Hamburg(CL), Halle(G), Wimbledon(G), Gstaad(CL), Toronto(H), US Open(H), Bangkok(IH), Tennis Masters Cup Houston(H); 2003 Marseille(IH), Dubai(H), Munich(CL), Halle(G), Wimbledon(G), Vienna(IH), Tennis Masters Cup Houston(H); 2002 Sydney(H), Hamburg(CL), Vienna(IH); 2001 Milan(IC). FINALIST (30): 2011 Dubai(H), Roland Garros(CL); 2010 Madrid(CL), Halle(G), Toronto(H), Shanghai(H); 2009 Australian Open(H), US Open(H), Basel(IH); 2008 Monte-Carlo(CL), Hamburg(CL), Roland Garros(CL), Wimbledon(G); 2007 Monte-Carlo(CL), Roland Garros(CL), Montral(H), Madrid(IH); 2006 Dubai(H), Monte-Carlo(CL), Rome(CL), Roland Garros(CL); 2005 Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai(IC); 2003 Rome(CL), Gstaad(CL); 2002 Milan(IC), Miami(H); 2001 Rotterdam(IH), Basel(IC); 2000 Marseille(IH), Basel(IC). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). FINALIST (5). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 18-16)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 33-8 MIAMI 40-11 MONTE-CARLO 23-10 ROME 20-11 MADRID 30-8 TORONTO/MONTRAL27-8 CINCINNATI 25-7 SHANGHAI 4-1 PARIS 15-7

HAMBURG: 24-9 (WON - 07, 05, 04 02; RUP - 08) DOUBLES (1-2 in finals). INDIAN WELLS: Finalist - 2011 (w/Wawrinka), 2002 (w/Mirnyi); MIAMI: Champion - 2003 (w/Mirnyi)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 8Mother, Lynette, is South African and father, Robert, is Swiss and they met when Robert was working in South Africa (they both worked for a pharmaceutical company)Has 1 sister Diana, who is 2 years olderIdols growing up were Boris Becker and Stefan EdbergFavourite player was Pete SamprasEnjoys sitting on the beach, playing cards and table tennis, is a fervent fan of hometown football team FC BaselIn 2003, initiated Roger Federer Foundation which has been supporting disadvantaged children in Ethiopia, Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and ZimbabweAround 43,000 children benefit from the Foundations efforts to improve the quality of basic education and early learning.Enjoys being an ambassador for global promotion of tennis and is inspired by the cultural diversity of the worldDonated several autographed items to various fundraising auctions and made a personal donation to tsunami relief efforts in January 2005Helped organize All-Star Rally for Relief, an exhibition event in Indian Wells, Calif., with proceeds to benefit UNICEFs tsunami effortsIn September 2005, autographed racquet used in US Open final to ATPs TennisKatrina.com on-line auction for the American Red Cross Hurricane Katrina relief efforts and it fetched a winning bid of $25,665In November 2004, was on hand at United Nations in New York to announce 2005 as International Year of Sport and Physical Education with U.N. Secretary General Kofi AnnanIn April 2006, named UNICEF Goodwill AmbassadorCarried Swiss flag in opening ceremonies of Athens Olympics in 2004 and Beijing Olympics in 2008 (on his birthday)I.T.W.A. Player of Year and Ambassador for Tennis award winner in 2004-06Named 2003 Swiss of the Year by his countrys TV audienceWon Laureus World Sportsman of Year from 2004-07Roger was ranked No. 2 on the Reputation Institutes 2011 study of the most respected, admired and trusted personalities in the worldHe was second to Nelson Mandela but ahead of the likes of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey and Bono. This study assessed the reputations of the worlds 54 most visible public figures in politics, business, culture and sports in a global study of more than 50,000 people in 25 countriesClose friend of Vogue Editor-In-Chief Anna WintourShe has attended his matches at Wimbledon and US Open and he accompanied her to Fashion Week in New York City following 2006 US OpenNamed GQs International Man of the Year for 2005 in GermanySpeaks English, German, Swiss German, French and some Swedish and ItalianGolf superstar Tiger Woods attended 06 US Open final and both athletes met for 1st timeNamed 2004, 06-07 BBC Sports Overseas Personality of YearNamed LEquipe Champion of Champions 2005-07In October 2007, voted No. 30 in a list of the 100 most influential people in the world of sports in Business Week Magazine in U.S. (1 of 6 athletes in Top 30)Named in Time Magazines 100 Most Influential People in World in May 14, 2007 issueIn 2011, Forbes ranked Federer No. 25 overall in its annual list of the worlds 100 most powerful celebrities. Of the 100, Federer was No. 1 in the sub category press rank, a reflection of the amount of media coverage a celebrity receives, including magazine coversHad a stamp of him released by Swiss Post on April 10, 2007 in his birthplace of BaselElected to 2-year term in June 2008 to ATP Player CouncilElected to a 2nd term from June 2010 to June 2012Since 2003, has won 22 ATP World Tour Awards: Player of the Year (5 times), Stefan Edberg Sportsmanship (7 times), ATPWorldTour.com Fans Favourite presented by RICOH (9 times) and Arthur Ashe Humanitarian (1 time)Wife, Mirka (Vavrinec) is a former WTA Tour player and they met at 2000 Sydney Olympic GamesThey married on Apr. 11, 2009 in BaselTwin daughters, Charlene Riva and Myla Rose (born July 23, 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 trainer Stephane Vivier (since October 2009), and fitness trainer is Pierre Paganini

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) Rafael Nadal 1-0 Bill Tilden 0-0 ROLAND GARROS W-L 1-4 0-0 2-1 6-0 2-1 6-0 0-2 WIMBLEDON W-L 6-1 7-0 2-0 5-1 4-2 2-3 3-0 US OPEN W-L 5-1 5-3 2-1 0-4 2-2 1-1 7-3 OVERALL W-L 16-7 14-4 12-3 11-5 11-6 10-4 10-5

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DAVID

FERRER (ESP)
Birthdate: April 2, 1982 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Javea, Spain Height: 5'9" (1.75m) Residence: Valencia, Spain Weight: 160 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 412-231 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $12,639,747 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 11/14 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 35-64 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 4 (February 25, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 42 (October 24, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

5 (59-19) 2008: 7 (60-24) 2007: 17 (45-23) 2006:

12 (44-23) 2005: 5 (61-23) 2004: 14 (41-26) 2003:

15 (43-29) 2002: 59 (10-6) 48 (29-31) 2001: 219 (0-0) 71 (20-27) 2000: 407 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $3,113,904. Matches won-lost: ATP: 59-19 (singles), 1-3 (doubles). Singles Winner: Auckland, Acapulco. Finalist: Monte-Carlo, Barcelona, Bstad, Shanghai. Semifinalist: Australian Open, Tokyo, Valencia, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. Quarterfinalist: Miami, Madrid, Nice, Paris. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Spaniard (behind No. 2 Nadal) finished in Top 10 for 2nd straight year and 3rd overall (07), highlighted by a career-high 6 ATP World Tour finals, winning titles in Auckland (d. Nalbandian) in January and Acapulco (d. Almagro) in late FebruaryJumped off to 14-2 start in first two months He was runner-up in 2 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events, Monte-Carlo (l. to Nadal) in April and Shanghai (l. to Murray) in OctoberAlso finalist on clay in Barcelona (l. to Nadal) and Bstad (l. to No. 5 Soderling) in July Won 50-plus matches for 3rd time in his career (61 in 2007, 60 2010) with 59 In January, he reached his 2nd career Grand Slam SF (07 US Open) at Australian Open, defeating No. 1 Nadal in QF before losing to Murray In other 3 Grand Slam tournaments, reached 4R at Roland Garros (l. to Monfils in 5 sets), Wimbledon (l. to Tsonga) and US Open (l. to Roddick) Helped his native country to Davis Cup title (d. Argentina) by posting a 4-0 record in wins over Americans Roddick and Fish in QF, Frances Simon in SF then del Potro in 5 sets in final In last month of season, reached SF in hometown of Valencia (l. to Monaco) and Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London, defeating No. 3 Murray and No. 1 Djokovic before losing to eventual champion Federer Compiled marks of 32-12 on hard, 24-6 on clay and 3-1 on grass and went 7-10 vs. Top 10 opponentsEarned career high $3,113,904 1 of 7 Spaniards to win an ATP World Tour title this season (Almagro-3, Nadal-3, Ferrer-2, Granollers-2, Andujar, Ferrero, Robredo)Spain went 13-20 in finals CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has been a consistent performer on ATP World Tour, finishing in Top 20 for 7 consecutive years from 2005-11, including 3 Top 10 showings in past 5 yearsHas an 11-14 mark in ATP World Tour finals and captured a career-high 3 titles in 2007 In 2010, won 2 titles and runner-up in 3 others, including 1st ATP Masters 1000 in Rome (l. to Nadal)Finished with 31-7 mark on clay (most wins on tour)On grass, equaled best performance at Wimbledon by reaching 4R (l. to Soderling in 5 sets) and won his 1st indoor title in his hometown of Valencia (d. Soderling in SF, Granollers in F)At Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London, went 0-3 in round robin play In 2009, helped country to Davis Cup title (d. Czech Republic) and was 6-0 in singlesWas runner-up in Dubai and Barcelona, 1st season he didnt win a title since 05 In 2008, captured 1st hometown title in Valencia (d. Almagro) and 1st grass title in s-Hertogenbosch (d. Gicquel) while reaching final in Barcelona (l. to Nadal)Advanced to QF at Australian Open and Roland GarrosAlso helped Spain to its 1st Davis Cup title in 4 years (d. Argentina 3-1) In 2007, won a career-best 61 matches, picking up titles in Auckland (d. Robredo), Bstad (d. Almagro) and Tokyo (d. Gasquet) and went 9-7 vs. Top 10 opponentsReached 1st Grand Slam SF at US Open (l. to Djokovic)Closed season with runner-up at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai with wins over Djokovic, Nadal, Gasquet and Roddick before falling to Federer in straight sets In 2006, won title in Stuttgart (d. Acasuso) in a 5 hour marathon, rallying fom 2 sets to 1 and a 1-5 deficit, saving 1 MP in 4th setBroke into Top 10 for 1st time on Jan. 30 after 4R at Australian Open In 2005, reached lone final in his hometown Valencia (l. to Andreev) and advanced to 1st Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros (l. to Nadal) In 2004, reached 3 SF - Stuttgart and Palermo on clay and Lyon indoors In 2003, reached final in Sopot (l. to Coria) In 2002, captured 1st ATP title in Bucharest (d. Acasuso) while reaching his maiden final in just his 2nd ATP event in Umag (d. Nalbandian, Coria; l. to Moya)Also winner of 4 Challenger titles In Davis Cup, 17-4 career singles record in 14 ties and member of 2008-09 and 11 winning teamCompeted in 08 Beijing Olympics (1R)

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CAREER TITLES (11): 2011 Auckland(H), Acapulco(CL); 2010 Acapulco(CL), Valencia(IH); 2008 Valencia(CL), s-Hertogenbosch(G); 2007 Auckland(H), Bstad(CL), Tokyo(H); 2006 Stuttgart(CL); 2002 Bucharest(CL). FINALIST (14): 2011 Monte-Carlo(CL), Barcelona(CL), Bstad(CL), Shanghai(H); 2010 Buenos Aires(CL), Rome(CL), Beijing(H); 2009 Dubai(H), Barcelona(CL); 2008 Barcelona(CL); 2007 Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai(IH); 2005 Valencia(CL); 2003 Sopot(CL); 2002 Umag(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 15-9)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 8-9 MIAMI 18-9 MONTE-CARLO 21-8 ROME 12-8 MADRID 10-9 TORONTO/MONTRAL 5-7 CINCINNATI 12-8 SHANGHAI 7-3 PARIS 7-7

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PERSONAL Born in Javea but moved to Gandia at age 13, then two years later to Barcelona to attend Catalan Tennis FederationSpent 9 months at Equelite, Juan Carlos Ferreros Academy in Villena before moving back to Javea while practicing in DeniaFather, Jaime, is an accountant, and his mother, Pilar, is an elementary school teacherOlder brother, Javier, who is a tennis coach and former Spanish junior champion (under 13)His other favourite sports are football and basketball and big fan of FC BarcelonaEnjoys reading and keeps every bookCoached by countryman Javier Piles

SPANIARDS IN TOP 10
In 2011, David Ferrer finished in the Top 10 for the 3rd time in his career. Here are the14 Spaniards to finish in the Top 10 since the inception of the South African Airways ATP Rankings in 1973, with their year-end best ranking: TOP 10 PLAYER FINISHES Rafael Nadal 6 Carlos Moya 5 Manuel Orantes 4 Sergi Bruguera 3 David Ferrer 3 Juan Carlos Ferrero 3 Alex Corretja 2 Jose Higueras 2 Tommy Robredo 2 Nicolas Almagro 1 Alberto Berasategui 1 Albert Costa 1 Emilio Sanchez 1 YEAR-END YEARS BEST RANKING 2005-10 No. 1 1997-98, 2002-04 No. 5 1974-77 No. 4 1993-94, 97 No. 4 2007, 10-11 No. 5 2001-03 No. 3 1998, 00 No. 3 1979, 83 No. 7 2006-07 No. 7 2011 No. 10 1994 No. 8 2002 No. 9 1990 No. 8

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JUAN CARLOS

FERRERO (ESP)
Birthdate: February 12, 1980 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Onteniente, Spain Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Villena, Spain Weight: 160 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 474-250 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $13,798,919 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 16/18 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 41-59 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (September 8, 2003) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 198 (February 3, 2003) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 50 (20-11) 2008: 55 (21-15) 2005: 18 (46-27) 2002: 4 (48-25) 1999: 43 (16-8) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $478,626. Matches won-lost: ATP: 20-11 (singles). Singles Winner: Stuttgart. Semifinalist: Umag. Quarterfinalist: Barcelona, Beijing, Valencia. 2011 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 50 for 12th time in 13 years (except 08), highlighted by his 16th career titleFell to No. 104 on Aug. 1 before working his way up Made season debut in mid-April when he reached QF in Barcelona (l. to Almagro) then fell 1R in Madrid 2 weeks later (l. to de Bakker); missed next 2 months with wrist and knee injuries Returned in Stuttgart on July 11 and captured title, defeating countryman Andujar in finalThen 2 weeks later reached SF in Umag (l. to Dolgopolov) Played in only Slam event at the US Open, defeating No. 7 Monfils (l. to Tipsarevic in 4R) Compiled marks of 11-4 on clay and 9-7 on hard 1 of 7 Spaniards to win an ATP World Tour title this season (Almagro-3, Nadal-3, Ferrer-2, Granollers-2, Andujar, Ferrero, Robredo) CAREER IN REVIEW The veteran Spaniard has been 1 of most consistent performers on ATP World Tour, finishing in Top 25 for 8 years, including 3 straight Top 5 campaigns from 2001-03Owns a 16-18 career record in finals, (4-2 in ATP Masters 1000 finals) and was a 4-time winner in 2001 and 03Became No. 1 on Sept. 8 and held for 8 weeks before finishing a year-end best No. 3 in 03 In 2010, won 3 ATP World Tour titles for 1st time since 03 and compiled a 14-match winning streak, 2ndlongest of career (won 16 in a row during 02) winning titles in Costa do Sauipe (d. Kubot), Buenos Aires (d. Ferrer)Reached final in Acapulco (l. to Ferrer)Underwent left knee and right wrist surgery on Oct. 6 in Spain In 2009, broke a 110-tournament title drought by winning Casablanca crown (d. Serra) In 2008, finished out of Top 50 for 1st time since 98Runner-up in Auckland (l. to Kohlschreiber) and handed Nadal his lone clay court loss (24-1) of year in 2R of RomeRetired in 1R at Roland Garros (vs. Daniel) with leg injury, in 2R at Wimbledon with a hamstring injury (vs. Zverev), US Open with right shoulder injury and would miss 3 months of action In 2007, best result was runner-up in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Caas)Best Slam result was QF at Wimbledon (l. to Federer) and has reached QF or better at each Slam event during career In 2006, did not drop a set en route to Cincinnati final and defeated 3 Top 10 players - No. 5 Blake (2R), No. 2 Nadal (QF) and No. 7 Robredo (SF) - before falling to Roddick In 2005, reached final in Barcelona (l. to Nadal) and Vienna (d. Nalbandian in QF, l. to Ljubicic) and lost to eventual champion 9 times during yearHelped his country back into 06 Davis Cup World Group by winning 5th and decisive rubber against Italys Bracciali In 2004, finished out of Top 30 for 1st time in 5 years and best Slam showing was SF at Australian Open (l. to Federer)Reached lone final in Rotterdam (l. to Hewitt) and missed March due to chicken poxDid 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 In 2003, captured 1st Grand Slam title at Roland Garros (d. Verkerk), won a personal-high 67 matches and became 1st Spaniard to finish No. 3 since Corretja in 98, matching best finish (at time) by a Spaniard in history of ATP Rankings (since 1973)Won 4 titles in a career-high 7 finals and led his country to Davis Cup final (lost 3-1 to Australia) with a 4-3 singles mark during yearLost 5-set matches to Hewitt and Philippoussis in final1st player since Lendl in 80 to win at least 30 matches on clay (33-5) and hard courts (30-12) in same season and lost only 1 opening round match in 20 tournamentsIn each Grand Slam tournament, turned in a career-best result at that time (20-3 record)1st Spaniard to reach US Open final since Manuel Orantes won title in 75 and posted wins over former champions Hewitt (QF) and Agassi (SF) before falling to RoddickBy reaching final, became 2nd Spaniard (Moya in 99) to hold No. 1 in ATP RankingsQualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Houston and trailed No. 1 Roddick by 26 points in Race going into year-end event but went 0-3 in round robin playEarned a career-high $3,026,760 In 2002, won 2 ATP titles in 5 finals, highlighted by 1st Grand Slam final at Roland Garros (l. to A. Costa) Injured his right ankle while practicing on off-day at Roland Garros but recovered to reach finalClosed season with runner-up effort at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai where he lost an epic five-set battle to No. 1 Hewitt 6-4 in final setFinished at No. 4 and became 1st Spaniard since Bruguera in 93-94 to appear in Top 5 in back-to-back seasons

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In 2001, finished with 1st Top 10 ranking at No. 5, highest year-end by a Spaniard since Corretja (No. 3) in 1998Compiled a career-best 16-match winning streak, which was 2nd-best on ATP circuit during year (Hewitt-17)Won title in Estoril then put together a stretch of 3 straight finals, winning in Barcelona (d. Moya) and Rome (d. Kuerten) before streak was snapped by countryman Portas in HamburgAll 3 finals were 5-sets and for year played in an ATP and career-high 8 5-set matches (went 4-4)At Roland Garros advanced to SF for 2nd straight year (l. again to eventual champion Kuerten) In 2000, reached ATP finals in Dubai (l. to Kiefer) and Barcelona (l. to Safin), advanced to 1st Grand Slam SF in his Roland Garros debut (l. to Kuerten)Led Spain to 1st Davis Cup title by posting wins over Australias Rafter and Hewitt to clinch 3-1 final victoryAt Olympics in Sydney, reached QF (l. to Di Pasquale)Made indoor breakthrough at Paris where he reached his 1st SF (l. to eventual winner Safin) In 1999, made biggest ranking improvement in Top 50 from previous year, moving 302 positions from No. 345 to No. 43Captured 1st title in Mallorca (d. No. 11 Corretja) and in ATP debut, qualified and advanced to Casablanca SF in ATP debut1 of 3 teenagers (Hewitt, Safin) to capture an ATP title during yearNamed ATP Newcomer of Year In 1998, reached Roland Garros junior final in 98 (l. to Gonzalez) In Davis Cup, 17-7 career mark (17-6 singles) in 16 ties and member of winning team in 2000 and 04 Competed in 2000 Sydney Olympics (QF) and 04 Athens Olympics (2R) CAREER TITLES (16): 2011 Stuttgart(CL); 2010 Costa do Sauipe(CL), Buenos Aires(CL), Umag(CL); 2009 Casablanca(CL); 2003 Monte-Carlo(CL), Valencia(CL), Roland Garros(CL), Madrid(IH);2002 Monte-Carlo(CL), Hong Kong(H); 2001 Dubai(H), Estoril(CL), Barcelona(CL), Rome(CL); 1999-Mallorca(CL). FINALIST (18): 2010 Acapulco(CL); 2009 Umag(CL); 2008 Auckland(H); 2007 Costa do Sauipe(CL); 2006 Cincinnati(H); 2005 Barcelona(CL), Vienna(IH); 2004 Rotterdam(IH); 2003 Sydney(H), US Open(H), Bangkok(IH); 2002 Roland Garros(CL), Kitzbuhel(CL), Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai(IH); 2001 Hamburg(CL), Gstaad(CL); 2000 Dubai(H), Barcelona(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 23-17)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 8-9 MIAMI 10-9 MONTE-CARLO 31-8 ROME 16-7 MADRID 10-9 TORONTO/MONTRAL13-10 CINCINNATI 15-10 SHANGHAI 2-2 PARIS 7-8

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 7 with his father, Eduardo, who often travels with himHas 2 sisters, Ana and LauraAs a youngster, admired play of former No. 1 and two-time Roland Garros champion Jim CourierLikes to collect motor bikes and cars (his favourite is a Renault Spider and Nissan GTR)Fan of Real Madrid football teamDraws his tennis inspiration from his mother, Rosario, who passed away when he was 16Is owner of an Academy, the Juan Carlos Ferrero - Equelite in Villena which was inaugurated in 1995 by Antonio Martinez Cascales, to promote future tennis talents between ages 14 and 21Bought an old cottage and refurbished into Hotel Ferrero in July 2007 in Bocairent, 50 minutes south from Valencia (features 12 luxury suites)In November 2010, received its 1st Michelin Star in 2011 Spain & Portugal Michelin GuideThe product selection and the creativity shown in restaurant menu contributed to hotel restaurants 1st recognitionFriend of countryman and pro golfer Sergio Garcia and motorcyclist Sete GibernauReceived Spains 2003 National Sportsman of the Year award on Sept. 30, 2004 from King Juan Carlos in MadridIt is highest sporting accolade by Spanish governmentFitness trainer is Eduardo Cervellu and coached by Antonio Martinez and Samuel Lopez (since 1989)

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FISH

(USA)
Birthdate: December 9, 1981 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Edina, Minnesota, USA Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Los Angeles, California, USA Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 275-199 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $6,606,950 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/14 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 23-46 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 7 (August 15, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 14 (July 6, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

8 (43-25) 2008: 16 (40-14) 2007: 55 (21-17) 2006:

23 (32-23) 2005: 227 (6-11) 2002: 81 (11-11) 39 (24-23) 2004: 37 (29-20) 2001: 141 (5-8) 47 (22-18) 2003: 20 (39-25) 2000: 304 (3-4)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,882,091. Matches won-lost: ATP: 43-25 (singles), 7-1 (doubles). Singles Winner: Atlanta. Finalist: Los Angeles, Montral. Semifinalist: Memphis, Delray Beach, Miami, Cincinnati, Tokyo. Quarterfinalist: Houston, Wimbledon. Doubles Finalist: Rome(w/Roddick). 2011 IN REVIEW The top American finished in Top 10 for 1st time, highlighted by career-best 43 match wins and 6th career title while reaching 2 other finals and qualifying for Barclays ATP World Tour finals (0-3 in round robin) During North American summer circuit, reached 3 straight finals for 1st time in his careerOn July 24, he repeated his Atlanta title (d. Isner, saving 2 MPs) and reached a career-high No. 7 on Aug. 15 Broke into Top 10 for 1st time on April 18 then slipped out for next 3 weeks before returning for good May 16 From June-on, compiled a 24-12 mark, starting with career-best QF at Wimbledon (d. No. 7 Berdych, l. to No. 1 Nadal in 4 sets)Then followed in U.S.-Spain Davis Cup QF tie in Austin, Texas and lost opening match to Lopez 8-6 in 5th set and then to No. 6 Ferrer in 4 sets in reverse singles Won 14 of 17 matches going into US Open and finished with a 10-4 mark in Grand Slam action, winning a round in each Slam event for the 1st time in a season Was 33-19 on hard, 6-5 on clay, 4-1 on grass and 3-9 vs. Top 10 foesEarned a career high $1,657,091 CAREER IN REVIEW The American has finished in Top 20 3 times and 7 of 9 years in Top 50Has a mark of 6-14 in finals In 2010, No. 2 American had 1st Top 20 since 03, with 40 match winsWon titles in Newport and Atlanta and reached Cincinnati final, beating No. 8 Verdasco (2R), No. 4 Murray (QF) and No. 13 Roddick (SF) (l. to Federer) In 2009, won 1st title in 3 years at Delray Beach; had left knee surgery Sept. 28, ending season In 2008, runner-up at Indian Wells (d. No. 4 Davydenko, No. 7 Nalbandian, No. 1 Federer, l. to No. 3 Djokovic) In 2007, 1st Slam QF at Australian Open (l. to Roddick) In 2006, was No. 341 on Feb. 20, finished No. 47Won ATP Comeback Player of the Year and Houston title In 2005, underwent left wrist surgeries on June 13 and Sept. 15 In 2004, won Athens Olympics silver (l. to Massu in five sets) In 2003, won 1st title in Stockholm and 3-time finalist, including Cincinnati (l. to Roddick in 3rd-set TB; held 2 MP)Held serve 74 straight games and extended streak to 92 games at US Open In Davis Cup, 9-8 career mark (6-7 in singles) in 10 ties CAREER TITLES (6): 2011 Atlanta(H);2010 Newport(G), Atlanta(H); 2009 Delray Beach(H); 2006 Houston(CL); 2003 Stockholm(IH). FINALIST (14): 2011 Los Angeles(H), Montral(H); 2010 London / Queen's Club(G), Cincinnati(H); 2009 San Jose(IH); 2008 Indian Wells(H), New Haven(H); 2007 New Haven(H); 2004 San Jose(IH), Halle(G), Athens Olympics(H); 2003 Delray Beach(H), Nottingham(G), Cincinnati(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 8-9)

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CAREER W-L: 59-53 BEST RESULT: RUP (Montral 11, Cincinnati 10, 03; Indian Wells 08)

CAREER 0-3

DOUBLES (1-1 in finals). INDIAN WELLS: Champion - 2009 (w/Roddick); ROME: Finalist - 2011 (w/Roddick)

PERSONAL Father, Tom, is teaching pro; mother, Sally, housewifeYounger sister, MeredithMoved from Minnesota to Vero Beach, Fla. at age four in 85Lived with Andy Roddick in 99Played basketball and tennis with Roddick at Boca PrepAvid golferIn 04, hit home run in batting practice at New York Mets Shea Stadium and hit 6 in (LA) Dodger Stadium in Sept. 2011Foundation hosts Mardys Tennis and Jakes Music Fest with country music star Jake OwenWife, Stacey Gardner (married September 28, 2008)Coached by South African and former ATP pro David Nainkin of the USTAFitness trainer is Christian LoCascio

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FABIO

FOGNINI (ITA)
Birthdate: May 24, 1987 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Sanremo, Italy Height: 5'10" (1.78m) Residence: Arma di Taggia, Italy Weight: 163 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 84-110 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,044,027 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-14 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 32 (June 20, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 32 (October 31, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

48 (25-27) 2008: 92 (16-18) 2005: 302 (0-1) 55 (16-26) 2007: 94 (5-7) 2004: 786 (0-0) 54 (20-26) 2006: 249 (2-5) 2003:T1082 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $738,884. Matches won-lost: ATP: 25-27 (singles), 26-16 (doubles) Challenger: 0-2 (singles) . Singles Semifinalist: Santiago, Umag. Quarterfinalist: Casablanca. Doubles Winner: Umag(w/Bolelli). Semifinalist: Doha(w/Zelenay), Costa do Sauipe(w/Marrero), Casablanca(w/Riba), Rome, US Open, Bangkok(all w/Bolelli). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Italian (behind No. 38 Seppi) finished in Top 50 for 1st time, won a personal-best 25 matches and reached 2 SF (Santiago, Umag) and QF (Casablanca, Roland Garros - gave walkover to Djokovic w/left thigh injury), all on clayReached a career-high No. 32 on June 20 Represented Italy in 2 Davis Cup ties vs. Slovenia and Chile (3-0 singles mark) Compiled marks of 19-13 on clay and 6-14 on hard courts while earning a career-high $738,884 In doubles play, reached 7 tour-level SF or betterWith Bolelli won Umag title and advanced to SF at US Open (l. to eventual champs Melzer-Petzschner) CAREER IN REVIEW The Italian has finished in Top 100 for 5 straight years (07-11) In 2010, finished in Top 60 for 2nd straight yearHis best ATP World Tour result was QF in Costa do Sauipe in FebruaryTurned in Grand Slam personal-best 3R at Roland Garros (d. No. 15 seed Monfils in 5 sets, l. to Wawrinka) and Wimbledon where he beat No. 9 Verdasco in 1R (l. to Benneteau) In 2009, finished a year-end best No. 54 when he won a personal best 20 matches, reaching SF in Stuttgart (d. Davydenko) In 2008, compiled his best results on clay, advancing to 3 ATP World Tour SF (Costa do Sauipe, Warsaw and Umag) and winning 2 Challenger titlesAlso advanced to his 1st ATP QF in Via del Mar (l. to Ventura) In 2007, finished in Top 100 for 1st timeQualified in 5 ATP tournamentsReached 3R in Montral (d. Murray, l. to Federer)In Challengers, posted 34-17 record In Davis Cup, 8-2 career singles record in 7 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-5)

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CAREER 1-4 6-3 3-3 1-4

11 1ST QF 2ND 11 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST

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

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

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 4Nickname is FognaFather, Fulvio, owns his own company; mother Silvana is a housewifeHas 1 younger sister, Fulvia, who is a studentSpeaks 4 languages: Italian, English, Spanish and FrenchHobbies include football, fan of Inter Milano and Genoa and idols are football player Ivan Zamorano, motorbike star Valentino Rossi and football world champion Marco MaterazziFitness trainer is Ennio Capano and coach is Jose Perlas (since December 2011)
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MARIUSZ

FYRSTENBERG (POL)
Birthdate: July 8, 1980 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Warsaw, Poland Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Warsaw, Poland Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 265-212 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1,940,211 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 11/20 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 317 (August 12, 2002) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 10T(October 11, 2010) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 14 (22-29) 2008: 2010: T12 (38-28) 2007: 2009: 18 (34-27) 2006:

15 (38-27) 2005: 24 (39-25) 2004: 16 (43-32) 2003:

54 (20-20) 2002: 165 (1-1) 1999: 693 (0-0) 49 (25-20) 2001: 298 (0-2) 88 (5-1) 2000: 619 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $361,886. Matches won-lost: ATP: 22-29 (doubles) Challenger: 4-0 (doubles). Doubles Finalist: US Open, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. Semifinalist: Monte-Carlo, Shanghai, Vienna(all w/Matkowski). 2011 IN REVIEW The Pole teamed with countryman Matkowski to qualify for their 5th season-ending championship in the past 6 years (except 07)Season highlighted by finals at US Open (l. to Melzer-Petzschner) and Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. to Mirnyi-Nestor) In 1st half of season, struggled with 7-13 match record with best results SF at ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo and QF in 3 other events, including Australian Open in opening month Entered Flushing Meadows with a 9-19 mark and posted impressive wins over veteran duos Bhupathi-Paes in QF and Bopanna-Qureshi in SF, both in straight sets, before falling to Melzer-Petzschner Continued consistent play in final month with SF at ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai (d. Bryan brothers, l. to Llodra-Zimonjic) and in Vienna (l. to Bryans)Finished with QF at ATP Masters 1000 Paris (l. to BenneteauMahut) CAREER IN REVIEW The Warsaw native has collected 11 ATP World Tour doubles titles (in 31 finals) with countryman Matkowski since 03Together they have a 240-181 record In 2010, reached SF at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. to Bhupathi-Mirnyi)Captured only ATP World Tour title of season in Eastbourne (d. Fleming-Skupski)Advanced to 4 straight finals, including 3 on Asian circuit and QF at US Open (l. Bryans)Finished No. 4 in ATP Doubles Team Ranking and No. 12 individuallyEarned a career high $361,640 From 2007-2009, won 2 doubles titles with biggest at 08 Madrid (d. Bhupathi-Knowles) Has won 4 titles on home soil, last coming in 2008 (all w/Matkowski) In Davis Cup, 22-11 career mark (15-6 in doubles) in 25 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (11). FINALIST (20). GRAND SLAM HISTORY
DOUBLES (0-1 in finals). US OPEN: Finalist - 2011 (w/Matkowski)

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CAREER 9-10

11 10 09 RUP SF RR (all w/ Matowski)

08 SF

06 RR

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DOUBLES (1-2 in finals). MADRID: Champion - 2008; Finalist - 2007; SHANGHAI: Finalist - 2010, 2009 (all w/Matkowski)

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 7Nickname is FrytaMother Ewa; Father, Zdzislaw, and older brother Darek Speaks Polish, English and SpanishEnjoys reading and ski jumpingAdmires Maryjan WielkiSupports Football Club Legia WarsawFavourite surface is grass and considers best shot an overhead dropshotWife, Marta (married July 28, 2007 in Warsaw)

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GUILLERMO

GARCIA-LOPEZ (ESP)
Birthdate: June 4, 1983 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: La Roda (Albacete), Spain Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: La Roda (Albacete), Spain Weight: 180 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 152-177 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3,241,807 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 7-27 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 23 (February 21, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 88 (April 26, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

65 (20-29) 2008: 33 (31-23) 2007: 41 (28-27) 2006:

62 (21-22) 2005: 91 (19-26) 2002: 360 (0-0) 90 (13-22) 2004: 128 (5-7) 2001: T878 (0-0) 69 (15-20) 2003: 239 (0-1) 2000:T1126 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $606,275. Matches won-lost: ATP: 20-29 (singles), 7-21 (doubles) . Singles Semifinalist: Zagreb. Quarterfinalist: Doha, Houston. Doubles Semifinalist: Sydney(w/Chela), Houston(w/Cuevas). 2011 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished out of Top 50 for 1st time in 3 years and advanced to QF or better 3 timesHis best result was SF in Zagreb in February (l. to eventual winner Dodig)Also a QF in Houston (l. to Cuevas) in April and Doha (l. to Tsonga) in 1st week of yearReached a career high No. 23 on Feb. 21 Won at least a round in at each Grand Slam (6-4 mark), including 3R at Australian Open and Roland Garros Went 0-5 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 11-17 on hard and 8-10 on clay CAREER IN REVIEW The La Roda resident has finished in Top 100 for 7 straight years, including back-to-back Top 50 campaigns in 2009-10 when he captured his 2 ATP titlesHas 19-15 career mark on grass, 64-73 on clay and 68-86 on hard In 2010, won 10 of 12 matches in Asia with title in Bangkok (d. Nieminen) beating No. 1 Nadal in SF (saved 24 of 26 break points)Reached QF in Shanghai (l. to Djokovic)Reached his 1st grass final in Eastbourne (l. to Llodra)Won 1st career doubles title in Doha (w/Montanes) and earned careeer-high $701,006. In 2009, finished in Top 50 for 1st time at No. 41Reached a SF in Eastbourne and QF in 5 others In 2008, reached SF in San Jose (l. to Roddick) and Gstaad (l. to Andreev) In 2007, reached 3 ATP World Tour QF on as many surfaces (clay-Estoril, grass-Nottingham, hard-Delray Beach) In 2006, reached SF in Delray Beach (d. Agassi, l. to Malisse) and a trio of QFWon Scheveningen Challenger In 2005, made Australian Open debut and recorded 1st Top 10 win over No. 5 Moya (l. to Kim) In 2004, reached 1st ATP SF in Umag (l. to Caas). CAREER TITLES (2): 2010 Bangkok(IH); 2009 Kitzbhel(CL). FINALIST (1): 2010 Eastbourne(G). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-3)

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CAREER 8-7 6-8 6-7 4-7

11 3RD 3RD 2ND 2ND 11 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 3RD 1ST 2ND 2ND

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

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

PERSONAL Nickname is Guille or WillyBegan playing tennis at 7 years oldFather, Juan Garcia Ballesteros, is a teacherMother, Paqui Lopez Cuesta, is a nurseHas 1 younger brother, JuanEnjoys playing football and skiingSupports FC BarcelonaPractices often with fellow resident Juan Carlos FerreroAthletes who inspired him are Zinedine Zidane, Pete Sampras and Michael JordanFavourite movie is Gladiator and book is Da Vinci CodeSays greatest match he has ever seen was countryman Sergi Brugueras 5-set win over Jim Courier in 1993 Roland Garros finalConsiders his biggest win over No. 5 Carlos Moya in 1R of 2005 Australian Open, which allowed him to break Top 100 for 1st timeFitness trainer is Francisco Garcia Rebolloso
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RICHARD

GASQUET (FRA)
Birthdate: June 18, 1986 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Beziers, France Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Neuchatel, Switzerland Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 256-163 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5,797,335 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/8 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 17-50 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 7 (July 9, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 45 (April 7, 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

19 (34-20) 2008: 30 (38-22) 2007: 52 (22-15) 2006:

24 (32-22) 2005: 16 (31-11) 2002: 166 (1-5) 8 (49-24) 2004: 109 (13-15) 2001:T1303 (0-0) 18 (34-21) 2003: 93 (2-8)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $903,174. Matches won-lost: ATP: 34-20 (singles), 4-5 (doubles) . Singles Semifinalist: Dubai, Rome. Quarterfinalist: Sydney, Zagreb, Indian Wells, Metz. 2011 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished in Top 20 for 1st time in 4 years, highlighted by SF results in Dubai (l. to Federer) and Rome (d. No. 3 Federer, No. 7 Berdych l. to Nadal) Was bothered with an elbow injury during fall circuit and played in only 2 events after US Open, going 2-2 Also played in Davis Cup SF in mid-Sept. and lost to Spains Nadal and Verdasco In March, reached QF at Indian Wells (d. No. 10 Melzer, No. 8 Roddick, l. to eventual champ Djokovic)In Grand Slam play, reached 4R at Roland Garros (l. to Djokovic) and Wimbledon (l. to Murray) Went 4-12 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 26-13 on hard, 6-1 on grass and 4-7 on clay CAREER IN REVIEW Top Frenchman for 3 straight Top 20 seasons from 2005-07 while compiling a 6-8 finals record on ATP World TourHas finished in Top 30 in 6 of past 7 years (except 09) and has career match records of 35-14 on grass, 80-52 on clay and 132-90 on hard In 2010, made QF or better 8 times and won 6th title in Nice (d. Verdasco)Finalist in Sydney (l. to Baghdatis) and Gstaad (l. to Almagro) In 2009, missed May-July with 3-month doping suspension In 2007, finished a career-best No. 8 and clinched final berth at Tennis Masters Cup, climbing from 13 to No. 8 in the final week after SF at ParisCompiled a 49-24 record and Grand Slam-best SF at Wimbledon (d. No. 5 Roddick, l. to Federer)Earned a career-high $1,284,790 In 2006, won 3 titles, the most titles by a Frenchman since Guy Forget won 6 in 91 In 2005, won 1st title in Nottingham (d. Mirnyi) and joined No. 2 Nadal as only teenagers to finish in Top 20 In 2004, reached 1st ATP final in Metz (l. to Haehnel) and won Roland Garros mixed doubles title (w/Golovin) In 2003, finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 93 In 2002, was No. 1 junior , winning Roland Garros (d. Recouderc) and US Open (d. Baghdatis) titles and 5th Frenchman to finish as World No. 1 junior, 1st since Arnaud Di Pasquale in 97 In Davis Cup, 6-8 career mark (6-7 in singles) in 10 ties CAREER TITLES (6): 2010 Nice(CL); 2007 Mumbai(H); 2006 Nottingham(G), Gstaad(CL), Lyon(IC); 2005 Nottingham(G). FINALIST (8): 2010 Sydney(H), Gstaad(CL); 2008 Stuttgart(CL); 2007 Estoril(CL), Tokyo(H); 2006 Toronto(H); 2005 Hamburg(CL); 2004 Metz(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-10)

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CAREER 10-8 7-8 14-6 11-6

11 3RD 4TH 4TH 2ND

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

DOUBLES. ROLAND GARROS: Mixed Champion - 2004 (w/Golovin)

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CAREER W-L: 65-50 BEST RESULT: RUP (Toronto 06)

CAREER 1-2

07 RR

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 4 with father, Francis, who ran tennis club in Serignan; mother, Maryse, also teaches tennisAt 9, was on cover of French Tennis Magazine (Feb. 96)Discovered by former ATP pro Pierre Barthes who ran the nearby Cap d Agde tennis campRugby fan and supports hometown Beziers teamMoved to Switzerland in Sept. 05In Feb. 08, launched The Richard Gasquet Foundation, which aims to help adolescents who struggle to find their place in society and who suffer from a lack of confidenceIt will use sport as a way to bring underprivileged youths back to health and enable them to rediscover the joys of life; and as a way to build a futureCoached by Riccardo Piatti (since February 2011) and former pro Sebastien Grosjean (since March 2011)

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FREDERICO

GIL (POR)
Birthdate: March 24, 1985 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Lisboa, Portugal Height: 5'10" (1.78m) Residence: Sintra, Portugal Weight: 154 (69kg) Career Win-Loss: 53-61 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,159,143 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 62 (April 25, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 105 (September 20, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 102 (11-18) 2008: 111 (3-4) 2010: 101 (12-13) 2007: 143 (1-5) 2009: 69 (18-18) 2006: 155 (4-2)

2005: 272 (3-1) 2004: 632 (1-0) 2003:T1002 (0-0)

2002:T1221 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $296,190. Matches won-lost: ATP: 11-18 (singles), 1-6 (doubles) Challenger: 14-11 (singles), 11-5 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Monte-Carlo. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 player from Portugal (behind No. 68 Machado) finished just outside Top 100 for 2nd time in 3 years, highlighted by 1st career ATP World Tour Masters 1000 QF in Monte-Carlo (l. to Murray) as a qualifierA week later reached a career-high ranking of No. 62 Also compiled a 14-11 record in Challenger level play during season and advanced to SF at Genova and QF in 5 other events CAREER IN REVIEW The highest-ranked Portuguese player (No. 62 on April 25, 2011) has finished in Top 125 for 4 straight years Has career match records of 36-29 on clay, 14-25 on hard and 1-6 on grass In 2010, played in 12 ATP level events and reached 1st ATP final on home soil in Estoril (l. to Montanes 7-5 in 3rd set) becoming 1st Portuguese man to reach an ATP singles finalA month later, captured Milan Challenger title (d. M. Gonzalez) In 2009, finished as highest ranked player from his country at No. 69 and 1st player from Portugal in year-end Top 100 since Nuno Marques in 1995Reached 1st ATP World Tour SF in back-to-back weeks in Costa do Sauipe (on clay) and Johannesburg (on hard) In 2008, lost at Roland Garros, Wimbledon and US Open in 1st RD against ChardyCompiled a career-best 37-19 record in Challenger play with 2 titles and QF in Estoril (l. to Federer) In 2006, made ATP debut in Estoril as a wild card and reached QF (l. to eventual champion Nalbandian) Captured 1st Challenger title in June at Sassuolo (d. Fraile) In 2003, finished No. 10 in world junior rankingsWon junior title in Argentina and Portugal while reaching final in Brazil Has a 154-101 career record in Challengers and 6-1 in finals In Davis Cup, 26-16 career mark (16-9 in singles) in 18 ties CAREER FINALIST (1): 2010 Estoril(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-1)

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CAREER 1-2 0-3 0-4 0-4 CAREER 0-1 3-2 3-1

11 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 11 2ND QF

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: 6-4)

INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO

PERSONAL Began playing at age 5Father, Rui, is a director of an insurance company; Mother, Carlota, is a mathematics teacherHas 1 younger sister, Ana, who is studying communications at universitySpeaks Portuguese, Spanish, French and EnglishEnjoys computers, video games, internet, gadgets and golfIdol growing up was Andre AgassiConsiders hard his favourite surfaceCoached by countryman and former ATP pro Joao Cunha-Silva for 3rd time (since mid-January 2010)

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DANIEL

GIMENO-TRAVER (ESP)
Birthdate: August 7, 1985 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Valencia, Spain Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Nules, Castellon, Spain Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 45-84 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,416,170 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-9 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 52 (May 9, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 72 (November 7, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 107 (9-25) 2008: 95 (7-7) 2010: 56 (18-25) 2007: 173 (0-0) 2009: 72 (9-20) 2006: 270 (2-4)

2005: 193 (0-1) 2004: 178 (0-2) 2003: 790 (0-0)

2002:T1066 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $414,011. Matches won-lost: ATP: 9-25 (singles), 16-17 (doubles) Challenger: 16-7 (singles), 8-7 (doubles). Doubles Finalist: Costa do Sauipe(w/Andujar). Semifinalist: Stuttgart(w/Andujar), Kitzbhel(w/Andreev). 2011 IN REVIEW The Spaniard slipped out of Top 100 for 1st time in 4 years and struggled in ATP World Tour play with a 9-25 match recordHis best results came on Challenger circuit with a 16-7 mark and title in Seville (d. RamirezHidalgo) and runner-up in Madrid (l. to Chardy) Began season 0-9 before winning 1st match in Monte-Carlo (d. Giraldo) in April In May, qualified at Madrid and defeated No. 16 Gasquet and No. 8 Melzer before losing in 3R to Llodra in a 3rd-set TB Reached a career-high No. 52 on May 9Went 8-15 on clay, 1-3 on grass and 0-7 on hard CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 100 for 3 years in a row from 2008-10Has career marks of 37-55 on clay, 6-21 on hard and 2-8 on grass In 2010, ranked a season-ending best No. 56 and won a personal-high 18 matches and advanced to Grand Slam-best 3R at US Open (l. to Ferrer)Had back-to-back SF appearances in Stuttgart (l. to Monfils) and Gstaad (l. to Almagro)Earned a career-high $420,930 In 2009, improved to No. 72, reaching QF in AcapulcoHad 21-9 record in Challengers with 2 titles In 2008, finished No. 95, highlighted by 41-19 match record in Challengers with 2 titlesAdvanced to 1st ATP World Tour QF in Prtschach (l. to Ljubicic) In 2007, reached final at Guayaquil Challenger (l. to Lapentti) and SF in 4 other events In 2006, went 2-4 in ATP play with wins over Calleri in Via del Mar and then-No. 66 Djokovic in Barcelona In 2005, qualified for 1st Grand Slam at Roland Garros and lost to countryman Hernandez in 4 sets In 2004, captured 1st Challenger title at Cordenons (d. Koellerer) As a junior in 2003, won European Championships (d. Baghdatis) and 5 other titles in a row before losing in final at Italian Open (l. to Almagro)Also QF at Roland Garros (d. Djokovic, l. to Tsonga)Finished at No. 4 Has a 167-105 career record in Challengers and 7-7 in finals CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2)

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CAREER 0-3 2-4 1-3 2-3 CAREER 0-2 1-2 1-2 0-1 2-2 1-1

11 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 11 1ST 1ST 2ND 3RD

10 1ST 2ND 1ST 3RD 10 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND

09 1ST 2ND 2ND 1ST 09 1ST

05 1ST

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID SHANGHAI

PERSONAL Began playing at age 2Father, Javier, is a chemist; Mother, Marisol, is a nurseHas 3 brothers, Carlos (older) and Miguel and Victor (younger)Hobbies include watching motorsports, basketball and his favourite is footballConsiders clay his favourite surface and forehand and serve as best shotsCoached by countryman Israel Sevilla (since July 2010)

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SANTIAGO

GIRALDO (COL)
Birthdate: November 27, 1987 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Pereira, Colombia Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Bogota, Colombia Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 59-70 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,226,597 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-10 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 44 (February 28, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 147 (July 20, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 55 (30-27) 2008: 163 (4-9) 2010: 64 (20-24) 2007: 139 (1-5) 2009: 107 (1-4) 2006: 176 (3-1)

2005: 322 (0-0) 2004: 764 (0-0) 2003:T1405 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $499,086. Matches won-lost: ATP: 30-27 (singles), 4-11 (doubles) . Singles Finalist: Santiago. Semifinalist: Auckland. Quarterfinalist: Brisbane, Acapulco, s-Hertogenbosch, Stuttgart, Kitzbhel, Tokyo. 2011 IN REVIEW The top Colombian finished a year-end best No. 55, with 8 QF or better, including his 1st career ATP World Tour final in Santiago (l. to Robredo)Had 29 career match wins from 2006-10 and personal-high 30 in 2011 Reached a career-high No. 44 on Feb. 28 after reaching QF in Acapulco Went 0-6 vs. Top 10 opponents and both his Top 20 wins came over Melzer (No. 12 in Stuttgart, No. 20 in Shanghai) and compiled marks of 15-13 on clay,13-12 on hard, 2-2 on grassEarned a career-high $499,086 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 before working up to ATP World Tour with back-to-back Top 65 finishes from 2010-11 In 2010, finished in Top 100 for 1st time, highlighted by QF in Chennai (l. to Cilic) and in s-Hertogenbosch Went 16-4 in Challenger play with a title in Pereira (d. Lorenzi) In 2009, put together a 38-14 mark with 3 Challenger titles and finished as No. 2 Colombian (behind No. 81 Falla)Qualified at Roland Garros for 3rd straight year and lost to Istomin in 1R In 2008, went 19-17 in Challengers and reached Frth Challenger final (l. to Koellerer) In 2007, finished in Top 150 for 1st time (at No. 139) and improved his year-end ranking for 3rd straight yearEnjoyed an excellent season on Challenger circuit (25-11 mark), winning 2 titles in Bogota (d. Saretta) and Quito (d. G. Lapentti) from 4 finals In Davis Cup, 12-7 career singles record in 13 ties CAREER FINALIST (1): 2011 Santiago(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-5)

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

11 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 11 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 3RD 1ST

10 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 10 2ND 3RD 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND

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

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 2Nicknamed "Santi"Most inspirational people in his life are his familyMother, Elsa, and father, Eduardo, who is a private constructor, has 1 older sister Carmina nicknamed "Car" who used to play Fed Cup for Colombia, works as a marketing CEO at HYUNDAI Colombia, and also has 1 older brother, Daniel, nicknamed "Dani" who works as a general CEO of Zona Franca Internacional de PereiraLikes to watch movies, (drama and comedy), read (novels) and listen to music (reggaeton and electronic music),.Considers hard courts as favourite surfaceIf he wasn't a tennis player he would be a politicianPart of team Colsanitas, his head coach is Marcos Gorriz, and also works several weeks with Francisco "Pato" ClavetFitness trainer is Javier Benet
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FERNANDO

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: 367-198 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $8,829,366 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)

2011: 297 (3-5) 2008: 15 (39-15) 2005: 11 (49-23) 2002: 18 (40-22) 1999:362 (3-1) 1996:T1294 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $97,822. Matches won-lost: ATP: 3-5 (singles) Challenger: 3-2 (singles) . 2011 IN REVIEW The veteran Chilean was limited to 4 tour level events after coming back in late April from October 2010 right hip surgeryHis best result was 3R at Wimbledon (d. Dolgopolov, De Voest, l. to Tsonga) His last tournament was US Open and played in Davis Cup playoff tie vs. Italy and retired in 3rd set (vs. Fognini) due to knee injury CAREER IN REVIEW The Chilean had 6 Top 20 finishes in 8 years (02-09, except 03-04), including year-end best No. 7 in 07Has 11-11 career mark in finals (8-5 on clay), with at least 1 title in 5 of 6 years between 04-09 (except 06) In 2010, was sidelined for 3 months, from Roland Garros to New HavenUnderwent right hip surgery surgery on Oct. 4 In 2008, at Beijing Olympics, won silver (l. to Nadal) after saving 3 MPs in 11-9 3rd set SF win over Blake In 2007, reached career-high No. 5 on Jan. 29 after lone Grand Slam final at Australian Open (l. to Federer), defeating Hewitt (3R), No. 5 Blake (4R), No. 2 Nadal (QF) and No. 12 Haas (SF)Earned career high $1,437,130 In 2006, became 1st Chilean to finish in Top 10 since Rios in 99Won 49 matches for 2nd straight year In 2005, won 3 titles on 3 surfaces and only player to finish in Top 25 in singles and doubles In 2004, at Athens Olympics, won gold in doubles (w/Massu) and bronze in singles In 2003, went undefeated in 8 ATP World Team Cup matches to help Chile to title, joining John McEnroe as only undefeated players in event history In 2000, won 1st title at Orlando as a qualifier (d. Massu) in 1st all-Chilean final since Jaime Fillol d. Ricardo Acuna in 82 Itaparica As a junior, was No. 4 in singles and No. 2 in doubles in 1998Captured Roland Garros juniors (d. Ferrero) and won doubles (w/de Armas)Also won 1997 US Open junior doubles (w/Massu) In Davis Cup, 31-13 career mark (20-7 in singles) in 22 tiesOnly player to have won 1 of each Olympic medal, winning doubles gold (w/Massu) and singles bronze in Athens in 2004, then singles silver in Beijing in 2008 (l. to Nadal) CAREER TITLES (11): 2009 Via del Mar(CL); 2008 Via del Mar(CL), Munich(CL); 2007 Beijing(H); 2005 Auckland(H), Amersfoort(CL), Basel(IC); 2004 Via del Mar(CL); 2002 Via 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 Via 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 20-10 20-10 16-9 18-11

11 3RD 1ST

10 4TH 2ND 1ST

09 4TH SF 3RD QF

08 3RD QF 2ND 4TH

07 RUP 1ST 3RD 1ST

06 1ST 2ND 3RD 3RD

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CAREER W-L: 86-66 BEST RESULT: RUP (Rome 06, Madrid 05)

CAREER 2-3

PERSONAL Full name is Fernando Francisco Gonzalez CiuffardiFather, Fernando, is a former manager of a flour mill in Santiago and helps with his sons business affairsMother, Patricia, a native Italian, is a housewifeHas 1 older sister, Patricia, who played at Miami-Dade College, and 1 younger sister, Jessica, who is studying to be a veterinarian in SantiagoElected to ATP Player Council for June 10 - June 12 termCarried his countrys flag at Beijing Olympics opening ceremony in 2008Won Chilean National Sports Award in 2003 for winning ARAG ATP World Team Championship title (w/Massu, Rios) and presented by Chiles presidentAfter 8.8 magnitude struck hometown of Santiago on Feb. 27, 2010, returned home to assist relief effort3-time winner of Condar de Oro award as his countrys top sportsman (2004, 07-08)

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MARCEL

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: 81-96 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3,099,894 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 3-10 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 27 (November 14, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 5 (October 11, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

27 (27-25) 2008: 56 (15-20) 2005: 286 (0-0) 42 (21-22) 2007: 128 (2-2) 2004: 397 (0-0) 91 (16-25) 2006: 160 (0-2) 2003: 508 (0-0)

2002: T957 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,132,893. Matches won-lost: ATP: 27-25 (singles), 32-17 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Gstaad, Valencia. Quarterfinalist: Belgrade, Stuttgart, Kitzbhel. Doubles Winner: Auckland(w/Robredo). Finalist: Zagreb(w/Lopez), Stuttgart(w/Lopez). Semifinalist: Dubai(w/Norman), Belgrade(w/Zimonjic). 2011 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 30 for 1st time, highlighted by 2 ATP World Tour titles in Gstaad (d. countryman Verdasco) on July 31 and on home soil in Valencia (d. Monaco)En route to final, defeated 4 Top 20s - No. 16 Dolgopolov, No. 20 Cilic, No. 10 Monfils and No. 14 del Potro Also advanced to QF in Belgrade (l. to Volandri) in May and Stuttgart (l. to Ferrer) and Kitzbhel (l. to Chela), all on clayReached a Grand Slam-best 3R at US Open (ret. vs. Ferrero) Won a personal-high 27 matches (14-12 on clay, 13-12 on hard) and went 1-7 vs. Top 10 opponents with lone win over No. 10 Monfils in QF in ValenciaEarned a career-high $1,132,893 One of 7 Spaniards to win a title (Almagro-3, Nadal-3, Ferrer-2, Granollers-2, Andujar, Ferrero, Robredo) CAREER IN REVIEW The Barcelona native has 4 straight Top 100 finishes, including back-to-back Top 50 finishes in 2010-11 In 2010, finished in Top 50 for 1st time at a year-end best ranking No. 42 with 2nd career ATP World Tour final in Valencia (l. to Ferrer) as a qualifierReached a SF in BucharestIn doubles, finished No. 21 after reaching No. 5 with 2 titles and 2 runner-up finishes as well as a QF at Wimbledon and SF at US Open (w/ Robredo) In 2009, reached SF in Chennai and captured 3 doubles titles with as many partners In 2009, captured 1st ATP World Tour title in Houston (d. No. 8 Blake in 3 sets)Also reached 1st ATP doubles final there (w/Cuevas)Member of winning Davis Cup team (d. Argentina 3-1), although he did not play Qualified into an ATP circuit-best (along w/Hernych) 6 events In 2007, finished in Top 150 for 1st time, highlighted by maiden ATP QF in ValenciaIn Challengers, had 3422 record, reaching 3 finals in Montevideo (l. to Ventura), Belo Horizonte (l. to Devilder) and Guayaquil (l. to Gimeno-Traver) In Davis Cup, 1-1 career doubles mark in 2 ties CAREER TITLES (3): 2011 Gstaad(CL), Valencia(IH); 2008 Houston(CL). FINALIST (1): 2010 Valencia(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). FINALIST (7). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-1)

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CAREER 2-4 3-4 2-5 4-4 CAREER 0-2 3-1 1-3 0-2 2-4 0-1 0-3

11 1ST 2ND 1ST 3RD 11 1ST 4TH 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST

10 2ND 2ND 2ND 2ND 10 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID SHANGHAI PARIS

PERSONAL Full name is Marcel Granollers PujolBegan playing at age 5Father, Javier, is a commercial director and mother Montse, is a teacherAlso has a younger brother, Gerard, who reached a career-high ATP Ranking of No. 684 in August 2008Speaks Spanish, Catalan and EnglishEnjoys football and supports R.C.D. Espanyol Considers clay his favourite surfaceFitness trainer is Sergi Valldaura
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ERNESTS

GULBIS (LAT)
Birthdate: August 30, 1988 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Riga, Latvia Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Jurmala, Latvia Weight: 169 (76kg) Career Win-Loss: 107-108 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,386,867 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 7-30 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 21 (February 7, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 130 (November 23, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

61 (18-22) 2008: 53 (24-22) 2005: 451 (0-2) 24 (31-20) 2007: 61 (10-14) 2004:T1339 (0-0) 90 (20-26) 2006: 139 (4-2)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $472,275. Matches won-lost: ATP: 18-22 (singles), 1-3 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Los Angeles. Semifinalist: Sydney. Quarterfinalist: Doha, Nice. 2011 IN REVIEW The Latvian finished in Top 65 for 4th time in 5 years, highlighted by his 2nd career ATP World Tour title in Los Angeles (d. No. 9 Fish) on July 31Afterwards jumped from No. 84 to No. 55 Prior to LA, his best result came in January in Sydney where he reached SF (l. to eventual champ Simon) Also reached a QF in Doha in first week (l. to Nadal) and in Nice in May (l. to Berdych) Went 1-5 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 15-16 on hard, 3-4 on clay and 0-2 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Latvian has finished in Top 100 for 5 straight years and is a 2-time winner on the ATP World Tour In 2010, finished in Top 25 for 1st timeWon 1st title in Delray Beach (d. Karlovic)Reached SF in Memphis (l. to Querrey), his 1st SF since his debut in St. Petersburg in 2006Made Rome SF Rome (d. No. 1 Federer, l. to Nadal)Reached QF or better 7 times during seasonEarned career high $689,920 In 2009, slipped to No. 90 and his best results were QF in Tokyo and St. Petersburg In 2008, had Grand Slam-best QF showing at Roland GarrosReached 1st ATP Masters 1000 QF in Cincinnati (d. No. 8 Blake, l. to Djokovic) In 2007, won 10 ATP matches and was 23-4 in Challengers with 3 titlesIn US Open debut, reached 4R (d. No. 8 Robredo, l. to Moya)Reached QF in St. Petersburg In 2006, ranking improved over 300 spots with his 1st ATP SF in St. Petersburg (l. to Ancic) In Davis Cup, 17-8 career mark (12-4 in singles) in 12 tiesMade Olympic debut in Beijing in 2008 CAREER TITLES (2): 2011 Los Angeles(H); 2010 Delray Beach(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-2)

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CAREER 1-4 6-5 2-4 5-5

11 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 11 3RD 2ND 2ND 3RD 1ST 1ST

10 1ST 1ST 1ST 10 2ND 2ND SF QF 2ND 3RD 1ST 3RD

09 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST 09 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 1ST

08 1ST QF 2ND 2ND 08 2ND 2ND 2ND 1ST QF

07 2ND 1ST 4TH 07 1ST

ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 26-26)

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

PERSONAL Began playing at age 5 when his grandmother 1st brought him to a tennis courtFather, Ainars, is an investment businessman and former basketball player; mother, Milena, is a drama theatre actressHas 3 sisters, Elina, who is older and finished her law degree in England; Laura and Monika who are younger and both play tennis; and 1 younger brother, Kristops, who is attending the Saddlebrook Academy in Florida to pursue golfGrandfather was a starter on former Soviet Union national basketball team which won European ChampionshipsSpeaks Latvian, Russian, English and a little GermanEnjoys playing football, basketball and hockeyConsiders serve and backhand drop shot his best shotUsed to work with former ATP pro Niki Pilic and trained at Pilics Tennis Academy in Munich (from age 12-18)Physiotherapist is Michal Novotny (since July 2010)

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TOMMY

HAAS (GER)
Birthdate: April 3, 1978 Turned Pro: 1996 Birthplace: Hamburg, Germany Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Bradenton, Fla./Los Angeles, Calif. USA Weight: 185 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 469-267 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $10,183,259 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 12/9 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 41-68 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)

2011: 205 (7-12) 2008: 84 (18-14) 2005: 46 (33-24) 2001: 8 (57-21) 1998: 34 (41-26) 1994:T1192 (0-0) 2010: 373 (3-4) 2007: 12 (39-17) 2004: 17 (37-22) 2000: 23 (36-22) 1997: 41 (22-17) 1993:T1072 (0-0) 2009: 18 (31-17) 2006: 11 (49-21) 2002: 11 (45-21) 1999:11 (47-26) 1996: 196 (4-3)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $203,279. Matches won-lost: ATP: 7-12 (singles), 3-3 (doubles) . Singles Quarterfinalist: Vienna. Doubles Semifinalist: Washington(w/Stepanek). 2011 IN REVIEW The veteran German returned from an injury-filled 2010 season to play in 12 tournaments, highlighted by QF in Vienna (l. to del Potro) as a qualifierHis best Grand Slam result was 3R at US Open (l. to Monaco) Underwent right hip surgery on Feb. 21, 2010 and 1 month later underwent right elbow surgeryReturned at Roland Garros in late MayReached 2R in Newport and Washington CAREER IN REVIEW The German has finished in Top 20 for 7 years, including a year-end best No. 8 in 2001 with a personal-best 4 titles and has a 12-9 record in finalsHas reached 4 SF and 3 QF in Grand Slam play In 2010, played in 4 events in 1st 2 months before season-ending right hip surgery Feb. 21 in Vail, Colorado On Mar. 23, underwent right elbow surgery in New York In 2009, returned with his 1st grass title in Halle (d. Djokovic) and followed with SF at Wimbledon In 2008, saw limited play due to a shoulder injury, slipping to No. 84 In 2004, won Houston title (d. No. 2 Roddick)Named ATP Comeback Player of the Year (unranked to No. 17) In 2003, missed season after right rotator cuff surgery in New York on Dec. 20, 2002Had arthroscopic surgery on same shoulder on July 18, 2003 In 2002, ranked a career-high No. 2 on May 13 In 2001,won 4 titles, including former ATP Masters 1000 event in Stuttgart in 01 (d. Mirnyi)Won personalbest 57 matches and earned career-high $1,544,640 In 1996, youngest player in Top 50 at 19 In Davis Cup, 22-8 career mark (19-7 in singles) in 16 ties from 98-08Won Olympic silver medal at 2000 Sydney Games and reached 2R in Athens in 2004 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)

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CAREER 25-10 15-10 20-11 32-14

11 1ST 1ST 3RD

10 3RD

09 3RD 4TH SF 3RD

08 3RD 2ND

07 SF 4TH QF

06 4TH 3RD 3RD QF

05 2ND 3RD 1ST 3RD

04 1ST 2ND QF

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CAREER W-L: 115-87 BEST RESULT: WON (Stuttgart 01); RUP (Rome 02)
PERSONAL Began playing at age 4 with his father, Peter, who is Austrian and a former European champion in judo and exschoolmate of actor and former Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger, who came to watch a match in Los Angeles in 2001Following 2004 Los Angeles win, Haas went to the Governors house for celebratory dinnerMother, Brigitte, and two sisters, Sabine and KarinMoved to Bradenton, Fla. to attend Nick Bollettieri Academy at age 11 and has been there full-time since he was 13Enjoys spending time with family and friends, and watching sports and moviesAdmires achievements of countryman Boris BeckerBroke his right ankle in December 1995 (surgery on Jan. 10, 96) and his left ankle in December 1996, which also required surgeryFinished high school in Bradenton, Fla. in May 1996Flew with Blue Angels squadron over stadium court in Indian Wells in 1998Father opened a tennis academy in Kitzbhel in 1999Received American citizenship on Jan. 27, 2010 in Tampa and has dual citizenshipWife, Sara Foster (actress), daughter Valentina (born Nov. 14, 2010)Coached by former pro Carsten Arriens
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ROBIN

HAASE (NED)
Birthdate: April 6, 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: The Hague, The Netherlands Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Turnhout, Belgium Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 64-66 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,288,936 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-10 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 40 (October 10, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 76 (June 13, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 45 (27-26) 2008: 115 (14-13) 2005: 970 (0-0) 2010: 65 (9-12) 2007: 112 (13-12) 2004:T1253 (0-0) 2009: 451 (0-0) 2006: 164 (1-3)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $590,708. Matches won-lost: ATP: 27-26 (singles), 16-12 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Kitzbhel. Semifinalist: Winston-Salem. Quarterfinalist: Chennai, Nice. Doubles Winner: Marseille(w/Skupski). Finalist: Chennai(w/Martin), Halle(w/Raonic). Semifinalist: Tokyo(w/Troicki). 2011 IN REVIEW The top Dutchman finished in Top 50 for 1st time, highlighted by his maiden ATP World Tour title in Kitzbhel (d. Montanes) in AugustBecame 1st Dutchman to earn an ATP title since Martin Verkerk in Amersfoort in July 2004Its 2nd year in a row a Dutchman finished in Top 50 (de Bakker No. 43 in 2010) Prior to US Open, advanced to SF in Winston-Salem (l. to Benneteau), snapping his career-best 8-match winning streakHe also reached QF in Chennai in 1st week (l. to Wawrinka) and Nice (l. to Hanescu) in May Played all 4 Grand Slam events for 1st time (6-4 mark), reaching personal-best 3R at Australian Open (l. to Roddick) and Wimbledon (ret.vs. Fish)All 4 losses came to Top 10 foesWent 0-7 vs. Top 10 Compiled marks of 13-16 on hard, 11-7 on clay and 3-3 on grassEarned a career-high $590,708 CAREER IN REVIEW The Dutchman has finished in Top 75 past 2 seasons after coming back from a knee injury in 2009 In 2010, jumped from No. 447 to No. 65 and voted ATP Comeback Player of the YearFinished with seasonbest 5 Challenger titles and 32-8 match record, including 3 in a row (San Marino, Manerbio, Como) for 16match winning streakReached QF in Basel (l. Djokovic) In 2009, underwent 2nd right knee surgery in MayMissed 10 months before returning to reach 2 Challenger SF in Jersey and Helsinki, both as qualifiers, in his only tournaments of season In 2008, won 14 matches and reached No. 56 in April but finished No. 115Reached 4 ATP World Tour QF (Chennai, Rotterdam, Zagreb and Valencia) and won a Challenger titleUnderwent right knee surgery in July In 2007, was Dutch No. 1 and advanced to his 1st ATP World Tour SF in Amersfoort (l. to Eschauer)Also 2R in 4 other tournaments, including Montral where he posted his 1st Top 10 win over No. 10 Berdych In 2006, won 1st Challenger title in Nashville (d. Pless) Has a 12-9 career Davis Cup mark (11-5 in singles) in 8 ties CAREER TITLES (1): 2011 Kitzbhel(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-6)

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CAREER 3-3 1-3 3-3 1-2

11 3RD 2ND 3RD 2ND 11 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST

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: 3-8)

CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-2 MIAMI 0-3 MONTE-CARLO 1-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 1-1 SHANGHAI 0-1

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at 2Plays tennis right-handed but is actually left-handedFather, Axel and mother, Annie, are both retiredHas 1 older brother, Eric, who worked for General Electric and Nike, and 1 older sister, Inga, who teaches GermanEnjoys reading, movies and hanging with friends when he is not travelingAlso loves all sorts of sports including basketball and ice hockeySpeaks Dutch, English and GermanHis idol growing up was Andre AgassiConsiders clay his favourite surfaceCoached by countryman Dennis Schenk, who travels with him

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VICTOR

HANESCU (ROU)
Birthdate: July 21, 1981 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Bucharest, Romania Height: 6'6" (1.98m) Residence: Bucharest, Romania Weight: 194 (87kg) Career Win-Loss: 165-187 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3,204,609 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/4 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 5-29 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 26 (July 6, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 93 (August 8, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

90 (16-25) 2008: 50 (23-23) 2005: 51 (26-24) 2007: 77 (8-9) 2004: 48 (27-33) 2006: 643 (0-7) 2003:

36 (26-25) 2002: 170 (5-3)1999:T1237 (0-0) 88 (19-25) 2001: 210 (0-0) 70 (15-13) 2000: 479 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $429,221. Matches won-lost: ATP: 16-25 (singles), 9-11 (doubles) Challenger: 0-1 (singles) . Singles Finalist: Nice. Semifinalist: Casablanca. Doubles Winner: Acapulco(w/Tecau). Semifinalist: Gstaad(w/Wassen), Kitzbhel(w/Moser). 2011 IN REVIEW The top Romanian finished in Top 100 for 8th time in 9 years, highlighted by 5th career ATP World Tour final in Nice (l. to Almagro in 3 sets) in MayAlso a SF in Casablanca (l. to Starace) in April Went 1-3 vs. Top 10 opponents with lone win over No. 7 Monfils in 1R in Stuttgart in JulyDid not win another match rest of season, losing 6 consecutive matches Played last event in native Bucharest on Sept. 20 (l. to Ramos) and was bothered with a knee injury Compiled marks of 13-16 on clay, 2-7 on hard and 1-2 on grass courts CAREER IN REVIEW The Bucharest native has finished in Top 50 rankings 3 times while reaching 5 career ATP World Tour finals on clay (1-4)Has reached a final for 5 straight seasons In 2010, finished just outside Top 50Was runner-up at Casablanca (l. to Wawrinka) In 2009, reached Stuttgart final (l. to Chardy) and 5 QFHad career highs with 27 match wins and $627,944 In 2008, captured his 1st ATP World Tour title in Gstaad, defeating No. 10 Wawrinka in SF, Andreev in final In 2007, returned to Top 100 with 3 Challenger titles and 30-10 match record In 2006, sat out most of season with torn stomach ligaments and back problems (0-7 mark) In 2005, had Grand Slam-best QF at Roland Garros (d. Nalbandian in 4R, l. to Federer) and reached 2 ATP SF In 2004, reached 1st ATP SF in Scottsdale and won Rome Challenger In Davis Cup, 16-17 career mark (14-13 in singles) in 19 ties since 012-time Olympian (2004 Athens 1R, 2008 Beijing 2R) CAREER TITLES (1): 2008 Gstaad(CL). FINALIST (4): 2011 Nice(CL); 2010 Casablanca(CL); 2009 Stuttgart(CL); 2007 Bucharest(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 8-8)

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

PERSONAL Began playing at age 7Says, When I was 7 years old I went to a basketball club and wanted to start playing. I was tall but they told me that I was too young. Then I saw 2 tennis courts and started to play tennis instead Father, Constantin, and mother, Cristina, are engineers; younger sister, Irina, enjoys swimmingHobbies include football (fan of Steaua Bucharest), fishing and swimming (competed until he was 12)Idols as a child were Ilie Nastase, Goran Ivanisevic and Pete SamprasFavourite shot is backhand; enjoys playing on clay and grassFitness trainer is Cezar Honceriu and coached by countryman Gabriel Trifu (since December 2010)
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RYAN

HARRISON (USA)
Birthdate: May 7, 1992 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Shreveport, Louisiana, USA Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Bradenton, Florida, USA Weight: 180 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 19-29 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $540,536 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-9 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 66 (August 29, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 100 (July 11, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 79 (14-19) 2008: 742 (1-1) 2010: 173 (4-9) 2007:T1330 (0-0) 2009: 363 (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $338,826. Matches won-lost: ATP: 14-19 (singles), 5-7 (doubles) Challenger: 10-4 (singles), 7-2 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Atlanta, Los Angeles. Doubles Winner: Newport(w/Ebden). 2011 IN REVIEW The 2nd-youngest player in year-end Top 100 (behind No. 42 Tomic) reached 2 ATP SF, in Atlanta and Los Angeles (l. to Fish both times)1st American teenager to reach back-to-back SF since Roddick in 2002After Atlanta, cracked Top 100 for 1st time at No. 94 (from No. 120) Came back 15 times from losing opening set in ATP level main draw, qualifying and ChallengersOverall had 7 Top 50 match wins with best win over No. 16 Troicki in Shanghai (0-9 vs. Top 10) Reached 4R at Indian Wells, (l. to No. 2 Federer), 2R at Wimbledon as lucky loser (l. to No. 6 Ferrer in 5 sets) In Newport, won 1st ATP doubles title (w/Ebden)Only teen to win a singles or doubles crown in season Compiled marks of 13-14 on hard, 1-3 on grass and 0-2 on clay and earned a career-high $338,826 CAREER IN REVIEW The American youngster broke onto scene at just 15, and had risen steadily with mix of successful results at Futures (21-10), Challenger (30-27) and ATP events (19-29) In 2010, made Grand Slam debut at Australian Open (l. to Tipsarevic)Reached 1st ATP QF at Newport (l. to Bloomfield)Qualified into US Open and reached 2R (l. to Stakhovsky in 5 sets)Reached 1st Challenger final in Tiburon (l. to Kamke) In 2009, reached QF at Sarasota Challenger (l. to Malisse)Reached 1st Challenger SF in Sacramento (l. to Levine)Was 18-5 in Futures, winning 2 titles and having 1 runner-up In 2008, qualified into Houston for ATP main draw debut and reached 2R (d. Cuevas, l. to Blake)Was 11th player in Open Era to win match before 16th birthday and 1st since Nadal in 2002Was 2-5 in Futures In 2007, played 1st event in Futures in Mexico, reaching QF (l. to Berankis) Reached a career-high No. 7 in world junior rankings in April 2008Advanced to SF at Australian Open juniors in '08 CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-2)

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI CINCINNATI SHANGHAI

PERSONAL Began playing at age 2Nicknamed "Harry"Father, Pat, played collegiate tennis at Oklahoma State and Mississippi before a brief pro career in futures and challengersMother, SusieOldest of 3 children in family; brother, Christian (born 29 May 1994) and sister, Madison (15 December 1996)Christian is also a tennis playerAt age 11, Ryan entered Shreveport City Championships and reached final, where he lost to his dadIn 2005, family moved to Texas and his dad became head pro at John Newcombe's Tennis Academy in New BraunfelsGrandfather, Jimmy, was running back at Louisiana Tech, earning All-American honors in 1949Considers grass favourite surfaceNew Orleans Saints fan, watched 2010 Super Bowl with Devin Britton with Drew Brees jerseysLikes rock music, and Lifehouse is his favourite bandFamily moved to the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy in 2008 where he now lives and trainsCoached by Grant Doyle (since Dec. 2011)

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LLEYTON

HEWITT (AUS)
Birthdate: February 24, 1981 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Adelaide, Australia Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: Nassau, Bahamas Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 551-204 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $19,004,446 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 28/14 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 60-63 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (November 19, 2001) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 18 (October 23, 2000) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011:187 (9-11) 2008: 67 (20-11) 2005: 4 (37-9) 2002: 1 (61-15) 1999: 22 (44-20) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $160,743. Matches won-lost: ATP: 9-11 (singles), 4-3 (doubles) . Singles Quarterfinalist: San Jose, Memphis, Halle. Doubles Semifinalist: Halle(w/Luczak). 2011 IN REVIEW The Aussie reached 3 QF during season, in San Jose (l. to del Potro), Memphis (l. to Roddick) and Halle (l. to Kohlschreiber)Last match came Sept. 19 in 5th and decisive Davis Cup rubber in Sydney (l. to Wawrinka) Underwent left foot surgery on Mar. 19 and was sidelined for nearly 3 months before coming back in JunePlayed in 5 events, last in Winston-Salem prior to US Open where he withdrew CAREER IN REVIEW The Australian has won at least 1 title for 12 of past 14 years (except 08, 11)From 00-05, finished in Top 8 in 5 of 6 years, including back-to-back No. 1 campaigns in 01-02Has a 28-14 mark in finals In 2010, won 28th career title in Halle, breaking a 15-match losing streak against Federer in FSuffered a right hand injury during Davis Cup tie vs. Belgium and did not play rest of year In 2009, returned from left hip surgery previous season to improve from No. 67 to No. 22, winning 1st career clay title in Houston In 2008, finished out of Top 25 for 1st time since his rookie season in 98 In 2007, captured Las Vegas title (d. Safin in SF, Melzer in F)Suffered back injury in his opening round at Indian Wells (l. to Tipsarevic) and out for 2 months In 2006, won his 25th career title at Queens (d. Nadal, Henman, Blake)Injured right knee at Toronto and played in US Open, reaching QF (l. to Roddick) In 2005, won lone title in Sydney and 1st final at Australian Open (d. Roddick in SF, l. to Safin)Fell at his home in Sydney on May 9 and cracked a rib resulting in a month out of competitionQualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai but withdrew due to arrival of 1st child In 2004, won 4 titles, including 20th of his career in SydneyWon 1st European indoor title in Rotterdam and compiled a 16-match winning streak In 2003, lost No. 1 ranking after 75 straight weeks on Apr. 27At time, was 4th player to hold No. 1 for entire year and 7th to finish No. 1 for at least 2 straight yearsRepeated Indian Wells titlePlayed just 13 events Led Australia to Davis Cup title over Spain In 2002, was co-leader in titles (w/Agassi) with 5 and led circuit with 61 match winsWon 1st ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title in Indian Wells (d. Sampras SF, Henman F)Streak of 10 finals won ended with runner-up at Cincinnati (l. to Moya)Earned career high $4,619,386 In 2001, was youngest player (20y8m) and 1st Australian to finish No. 1Won ATP-leading 80 matches and co-leading 6 titles (w/Kuerten)Won 1st Grand Slam title at US Open (d. Kafelnikov-SF, Sampras-F) In 2000, earned 4 titles and finished as No. 1 Aussie for 1st timeLed country to Davis Cup final (l. 3-1 to Spain) and made 1st Grand Slam SF at US Open (l. to Sampras)Won 1st Grand Slam doubles title at US Open (w/Mirnyi) as youngest male (19y6m) to do so In 1999, helped his country to Davis Cup title (d. France) with 4-2 mark in his debut during year In 1998, won Adelaide title as youngest tour winner (16y10m) since Chang in 88 and lowest-ranked (550) winner in ATP history In 1997, became youngest (15y11m) qualifier in history of Australian Open (l. to Bruguera) Owns 47-14 career Davis Cup record (37-11 in singles) in 31 ties since 99 and member of winning teams in 99 and 032-time Olympian (2000 Sydney 1R; 2008 Beijing 2R) CAREER TITLES (28): 2010 Halle(G); 2009 Houston(CL); 2007 Las Vegas(H); 2006 London / Queen's Club(G); 2005 Sydney(H); 2004 Sydney(H), Rotterdam(IH), Washington(H), Long Island(H); 2003 Scottsdale(H), Indian Wells(H); 2002 San Jose(IH), Indian Wells(H), London / Queen's Club(G), Wimbledon(G), Tennis Masters Cup-Shanghai(IH); 2001 Sydney(H), London / Queen's Club(G), 's-Hertogenbosch(G), US Open(H), Tokyo(H), Tennis Masters Cup-Shanghai(IH); 2000 Adelaide(H), Sydney(H), Scottsdale(H), London / Queen's Club(G); 1999 Delray Beach(CL); 1998 Adelaide(H). FINALIST (14): 2006 San Jose(IH), Las Vegas(H); 2005 Australian Open(H), Indian Wells(H); 2004 Cincinnati(H), US Open(H), Tennis Masters CupHouston(H); 2003 Los Angeles(H); 2002 Cincinnati(H), Paris(IC); 2000 Stuttgart(IH); 1999 Adelaide(H), Scottsdale(H), Lyon(IC). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (4).

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CAREER 13-5

05 04 02 01 00 DNP^ RUP WON WON RR ^Qualified in 2005 but did not play due to birth of first child 11 1ST 2ND 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 RUP SF SF 04 4TH QF QF RUP 03 4TH 3RD 1ST QF 02 1ST 4TH WON SF 01 00 3RD 4TH QF 4TH 4TH 1ST WON SF 99 2ND 1ST 3RD 3RD 98 1ST 97 1ST

GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 30-18)

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CAREER 27-15 28-11 39-12 41-10

DOUBLES (1-0 in finals). US OPEN: Champion - 2000 (w/Mirnyi)

ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 121-62)

STUTTGART: 7-3 (RUP 00)

CAREER INDIAN WELLS 27-11 MIAMI 15-10 MONTE-CARLO 2-3 ROME 9-6 TORONTO/MONTRAL 8-9 CINCINNATI 26-9 SHANGHAI 1-1 PARIS 8-4

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06 3RD 2ND 2ND

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04 3RD 3RD 3RD 2ND 3RD RUP QF

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99 2ND 2ND 3RD

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PERSONAL Full name is Lleyton Glynn HewittPlayed Australian Rules Football until age 13, then pursued tennis career Enjoys golf and Australian Rules Football (Adelaide Crows fan)Father, Glynn, is a former Aussie Rules Football player and his mother, Cherilyn, was a physical education teacherHas 1 younger sister, Jaslyn (born Feb. 23, 1983), who was No. 1 junior in Australia in 2000, and won her 1st Challenger title in Canberra in 2004Good friend of fellow Aussie golfers Greg Norman and Aaron BaddeleyIn December 2003, caddied for Greg Norman at Australian PGA eventSupporter of many childrens charitable foundations in Australia - the Starlight Foundation and the McGuinisses-McDermott Cancer Foundation, among othersIn August 2002, 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; launched Special Olympics Tennis Program in Shanghai during 2002 Masters Cup; took part in Special Olympics World Summer Games in Dublin in 2003; and invites Special Olympics athletes to tennis tournaments, commercial shoots, and other personal appearances around the worldThe 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 OpenNamed Young Australian of the Year in Jan. 2003 as part of annual Australia Day honorsVogue/GQ (Australia) Sportsman of the Year in 2003Named Australias male athlete of the year in 2002 at the Australian Sports AwardsVoted Most Popular South Australian athlete for three consecutive years (2001-03)Wife, Bec Cartwright (married July 21, 2005 in Sydney) is an Aussie actressDaughters, Mia Rebecca (born Nov. 29, 2005) and Ava Sydney (born Oct. 19, 2010) and son, Cruz (born Dec. 11, 2008)Reunited with coach Tony Roche in November 2010 (worked previously from July 2007-August 2009)

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Since 1990, 31 players have won at least 100 matches at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events. Lleyton Hewitt is 1 of 12 active players with over 100 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 match wins. Heres a look at those active players: PLAYER 1) Roger Federer (SUI) 2) Rafael Nadal (ESP) 3) Andy Roddick (USA) 4) Novak Djokovic (SRB) 5) Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP) 6) Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) 7) Ivan Ljubicic (CRO) 8) Tommy Haas (GER) 9) Andy Murray (GBR) 10) David Ferrer (ESP) 11) Tommy Robredo (ESP) 12) David Nalbandian (ARG) W-L 246-75 211-45 154-67 138-40 124-78 121-62 116-84 115-87 111-45 110-74 110-79 106-61 TITLES 18 19 5 10 4 2 1 1 8 0 1 2

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JOHN

ISNER (USA)
Birthdate: April 26, 1985 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Greensboro,North Carolina, USA Height: 6'9" (2.06m) Residence: Tampa, Florida, USA Weight: 245 (111kg) Career Win-Loss: 120-87 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3,106,066 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/5 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 5-19 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 18 (July 5, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 27 (May 17, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

18 (36-21) 2008: 145 (11-19) 2005: 967 (0-0) 19 (38-24) 2007: 107 (8-5) 34 (27-18) 2006: T843 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,170,432. Matches won-lost: ATP: 36-21 (singles), 18-11 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Newport, Winston-Salem. Finalist: Atlanta. Semifinalist: Washington, Paris. Quarterfinalist: Auckland, Houston, US Open. Doubles Winner: Rome(w/Querrey). Finalist: Houston(w/Querrey). Semifinalist: Madrid(w/Querrey), Valencia(w/Anderson). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 3 American (behind No. 8 Fish, No.14 Roddick) finished in Top 20 for 2nd year in a row, highlighted by 2 ATP World Tour titles, in Newport (d. O. Rochus) in July, and Winston-Salem (d. Benneteau) in August Made breakthrough with QF at US Open (l. to Murray) and SF in Paris (d. No. 5 Ferrer, l. to Tsonga in 3rd set TB, held 3 MPs)After 11-14 start through June, finished with 25-7 mark Reached back-to-back finals for 1st time with Newport title (lost serve once in 54 games) and runner-up in Atlanta (l. to Fish; held 2 MPs in 2nd set TB)2 weeks later in Washington, reached SF (l. to Monfils, held 1 MP) Went 4-7 in decisive-set TB matches and 1-6 vs. Top 10 opponents while compiling marks of 26-13 on hard, 61 on grass and 4-7 on clayEarned a career-high $1,170,432, his 2nd straight $1 million campaign Led tour with service games won (91%), most TBs played (58) and won (34) and No. 2 in aces (811) CAREER IN REVIEW This American has finished in the Top 50 for 3 years in a row while compiling a 3-5 career mark in ATP finals In 2010, reached 4 finals and had personal-best 38 match winsLed ATP in aces (1,048)5th player to hit over 1,000 aces in a season (since 91)Set numerous records with 3-day marathon 1st RD win at Wimbledon on June 25 over Mahut in 11h5m, serving 113 aces, before winning 70-68 in 5th setWon most TBs with 3418 recordWon 1st career title in Auckland and finalist in Memphis, Belgrade and Atlanta In 2009, broke into Top 50, climbing over 110 ranking spots to earn ATP Most Improved Player Award Reached 2 SF (Indianapolis, Washington) and 4 QFAt US Open, reached 4R, firing 38 aces in 5th set TB win over No. 5 Roddick in 3R (l. to Verdasco)Diagnosed with mononucleosis in May, did not hit for 40 days In 2008, reached 2 QF and won 1st doubles title in Newport (w/Fish) In 2007, won title in 1st pro event, Chico FuturesAs wild card in Washington, fired non-Grand Slam tournament record 144 aces (since 1991) and won record 5 straight matches in 3rd set TB to reach final (l. to No. 5 Roddick)Fired 255 aces in 13 matches (19.6 average) In Davis Cup, 3-3 career mark (1-3 in singles) in 3 ties CAREER TITLES (3): 2011 Newport(G), Winston-Salem(H); 2010 Auckland(H). FINALIST (5): 2011 Atlanta(H); 2010 Memphis(IH), Belgrade(CL), Atlanta(H); 2007 Washington(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (2). ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 26-24) GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-5)

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CAREER 5-4 2-3 2-3 11-5

11 3RD 1ST 2ND QF

10 4TH 3RD 2ND 3RD

09 1ST 4TH

08 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST

07 3RD

CAREER INDIAN WELLS 7-4 MIAMI 4-4 ROME 1-2 MADRID 3-2 TORONTO/MONTRAL 2-2 CINCINNATI 3-5 SHANGHAI 1-2 PARIS 5-3

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10 4TH 3RD 2ND 3RD 2ND 2ND 2ND

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PERSONAL Full name John Robert IsnerBegan playing tennis at age 9Father, Robert, is a builder; mother Karen, is a real estate agentHas 2 older brothers, Jordan, a teaching tennis pro, and Nathan, a builder who works with his father (all 3 attended North Carolina State Univ.)Played 4 years and earned All-American honors each season at Univ. of Georgia from 2004-07Schools all-time leader in singles and doubles winsIn May 2007, reached NCAA singles final, losing to Virginias Somdev Devvarman in a 3rd set TB but led his squad to NCAA team titleAlso won NCAA doubles titleHobbies include playing poker, golf, basketball and watching ESPNSays if he wasnt a tennis player he would probably be a basketball playerIdol was former NBA star Karl MaloneWears a size 15 shoeConsiders hard courts as favourite surface and his forehand and serve as strengthsCoached by former ATP pro Craig Boynton (since March 2009) and fitness trainer is Kyle Morgan
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DENIS

ISTOMIN (UZB)
Birthdate: September 7, 1986 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Orenburg, Russia Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Moscow, Russia Weight: 194 (88kg) Career Win-Loss: 72-76 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,468,664 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-9 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 39 (August 30, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 103 (July 19, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 73 (12-22) 2008: 107 (6-2) 2010: 40 (32-29) 2007: 224 (2-1) 2009: 102 (16-18) 2006: 200 (2-3)

2005: 192 (2-1) 2004: T931 (0-0) 2001:T1166 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $354,081. Matches won-lost: ATP: 12-22 (singles), 5-16 (doubles) Challenger: 21-2 (singles), 3-4 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: San Jose. 2011 IN REVIEW The top player from Uzbekistan finished in Top 100 for 2nd straight year, highlighted by ATP World Tour QF in San Jose (l. to Verdasco) and 4 Challenger titles, in August and SeptemberCompiled a 21-2 match record His highest-ranked win came over No. 39 Kohlschreiber in 1R at Wimbledon In August, won back-to-back titles on home soil in Samarkand (d. Jaziri) and Karashi (d. Kavcic)Following month, captured consecutive titles in Istanbul (d. Kohlschreiber) and Tashkent (d. Zopp) CAREER IN REVIEW The most successful player in Uzbekistan tennis history overcame a serious car accident as a teenager to rank among Top 100 in past 2 seasonsHas 135-80 career match record in Challengers and 72-76 in ATP level play In 2010, became 1st player from his country to finish in Top 50 by winning a personal-high 32 matches Reached 3R at Australian Open and advanced to SF in San Jose (l. to Verdasco)Reached 1st ATP final in New Haven (l. to Stakhovsky)Advanced to SF in Moscow (l. to Baghdatis)Earned a career-high $590,766 Reached 3 doubles SF, in San Jose (w/ Sela), Bstad and Kuala Lumpur (both w/ Golubev) In 2009, finished just outside Top 100 (at No. 102) in 09 with 16 match wins on ATP World TourReached his 1st ATP QF in Eastbourne (l. to Tursunov) and St. Petersburg (l. to Safin)Had a 14-12 mark in Challengers and runner-up in Tashkent (l. to Baghdatis) In 2008 went 2-2 in Challenger finals, winning on home soil in Bukhara (d. Marchenko) and Karshi (d. Elgin) In 2007, compiled 18-13 mark in Challengers and won back-to-back titles in Bukhara (d. Weintraub) and Karshi (d. Ilhan) In 2006, made his Grand Slam debut at Australian Open and lost to No. 1 Federer in straight setsTurned in 4 SF in Challenger play In 2005, captured 1st Challenger title at Bukhara and advanced to 3 SF In Davis Cup, 24-14 career record (18-5 in singles) in 15 ties since 05 CAREER FINALIST (1): 2010 New Haven(H). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-2)

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CAREER 4-5 2-3 3-3 4-3

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ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-8)

CAREER INDIAN WELLS 0-1 MIAMI 1-2 MONTE-CARLO 0-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 0-1 CINCINNATI 1-1 SHANGHAI 0-1 PARIS 0-1

PERSONAL Began playing at age 5Nicknamed DeniFather, Oleg, is a businessman; mother, Klaudiya Istomina, travels with and coaches her sonHas a younger brother AntonSuffered a leg injury in a car accident travelling to a Futures event in Tashkent in April 2001, underwent surgery which required as many as 80 stiches and spent 3 months in the hospitalDid not touch a racquet for 2 years, resuming training in April 2003Likes football (supports Real Madrid) and playing poolGraduated from University of Physical Culture & Sport in Uzbekistan with degree in physical culture in June 2011

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TOBIAS

KAMKE (GER)
Birthdate: May 21, 1986 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Lubeck, Germany Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: Hamburg, Germany Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 22-33 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $717,995 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-4 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 64 (January 31, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 419 (October 17, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 96 (15-23) 2008: 270 (0-1) 2010: 67 (7-8) 2007: 208 (0-1) 2009: 254 (0-0) 2006: 443 (0-0)

2005: 722 (0-0) 2004: T801 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $337,774. Matches won-lost: ATP: 15-23 (singles), 2-6 (doubles) Challenger: 13-7 (singles), 2-3 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Newport. Quarterfinalist: Stockholm. 2011 IN REVIEW The German finished in Top 100 for 2nd straight year, highlighted by 1st career ATP World Tour SF in Newport (l. to Isner) and personal-best 15 match wins during seasonRanked a career-high No. 64 on Jan. 31 Played in all 4 Grand Slam tournaments during year for 1st time, reaching 2R at Roland Garros (l. to Troicki) and Wimbledon (l. to No. 4 Murray) Highest-ranked win came over No. 21 Chela in Hamburg in JulyWent 0-3 vs. Top 10 opponents During fall European indoor circuit, reached QF in Stockholm (l. to Nieminen) and earned title at Loughborough Challenger (d. Cipolla) Compiled marks of 7-14 on hard, 5-4 on grass and 3-5 on clay while earning a career-high $337,774 CAREER IN REVIEW The German has worked his way up to ATP World Tour with successful results on Challenger circuit, compiling 105-84 match record and 3-4 in finals since 2005Also owns 59-35 Futures record with 3-1 mark in finals In 2010, the ATP World Tour Newcomer of the Year made 1 of biggest climbs in rankings, from No. 254 in 09 to year-end best No. 67Went 35-18 in Challengers with titles at Granby (d. Raonic) and Tiburon (d. Harrison)Qualified at Roland Garros and reached 2R (d. Robert, l. to Montanes) and followed with personalbest 3R at Wimbledon as a qualifier (d. Garcia-Lopez, Seppi, l. to Tsonga)Posted 1st Top 10 win of his career over No. 6 Berdych in Basel (l. to Gasquet) In 2009, reached 2 SF and and QF in ChallengersUnsuccessful in 7 attempts to qualify at ATP events In 2008, was runner-up at Karlsruhe Challenger (l. to Gabashvili) and qualified in 1st Grand Slam event at Wimbledon (l. to Seppi 4 sets) In 2007, advanced to his 1st Challenger final in Helsinki (l. to Darcis) and qualified in 1st ATP World Tour stop in Stockholm (l. to Nieminen) GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 0-1 MIAMI 0-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 0-1

PERSONAL Began playing at age 5, following in footsteps of his older brother, Phillip, who works for a TV station Nicknames are 'Tobi' and 'Toppi'Speaks German, English and FrenchParents, Lutz and Margit, are teachersLikes playing on all surfaces and favourite shots are serve and volleyConsiders Wimbledon and Hamburg his favourite tournamentsIdol growing up was countryman Michael Stich, who has served as a mentor to himHobbies include football (supports Hamburger SV), playing cards and hanging out with friendsTrains in Wahlstedt, GermanySupported by Schleswig-HolsteinPhysical trainer is Soeren KuhnCoached by Ralph Grambow (since 2009)

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IVO

KARLOVIC (CRO)
Birthdate: February 28, 1979 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Zagreb, Croatia Height: 6'10" (2.08m) Residence: Zagreb, Croatia Weight: 230 (104kg) Career Win-Loss: 194-180 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,121,903 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/3 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 13-37 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 14 (August 18, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 44 (April 10, 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 56 (16-21) 2008: 25 (31-26) 2005: 72 (17-23) 2002: 175 (1-4) 1999:602 (0-0) 2010: 56 (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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $459,494. Matches won-lost: ATP: 16-21 (singles), 6-11 (doubles) Challenger: 10-0 (singles), 0-2 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Houston. Quarterfinalist: Doha, Indian Wells. Doubles Semifinalist: Newport(w/Moser). 2011 IN REVIEW The Croat came back from injury previous season to finish in Top 100 for 9th year in a rowDropped to No. 239 on Mar. 7 (lowest since Nov. 5, 2001) and worked his way up Top 75 Best ATP World Tour result was SF in Houston (l. to eventual champ Sweeting) as a qualifier and QF in Doha (l. to Davydenko) and at Indian Wells (l. to Nadal in 3rd set TB) In 1R Davis Cup tie vs. Germany, lost decisive 5th rubber to PetzschnerHit a record 156mph (251kph) serve In October, won back-to-back California Challenger titles in Sacramento (d. Blake) and Tiburon (d. Querrey) CAREER IN REVIEW The Zagreb native has finished in Top 75 for 8 of past 9 years (except 06), including 3 straight Top 40 rankings from 2007-09Led ATP in aces from 07-09 In 2010, underwent surgery to repair torn left AchillesHad protected ranking of No. 44 for return in 2011 In 2009, during Davis Cup SF, fired personal-best 78 aces in route to 16-14 in 5th set loss to Stepanek In 2008, earned career high $738,601with 1st ATP Masters 1000 SF in Cincinnati (d. No. 1 Federer, l. to Murray) In 2007, won 3 titles on as many surfaces in 4 finalsWon 1st title in Houston (d. Zabaleta) on clay, then Nottingham (d. Clement) on grass and Stockholm (d. T. Johansson) on hardLed Tour in aces (1,318), 2ndmost since 91, averaging 20.6 per match In 2006, suffered left knee injury at Queens qualifying 1R and went 1-5 rest of year In 2005, member of his countrys 1st Davis Cup championship team (d. Slovakia 3-2) In Davis Cup, 10-10 career mark (7-7 in singles) in 12 ties since 00Played 2004 Athens Olympics (3R) CAREER TITLES (4): 2008 Nottingham(G); 2007 Houston(CL), Nottingham(G), Stockholm(IH). FINALIST (3): 2010 Delray Beach(H); 2007 San Jose(IH); 2005 London / Queen's Club(G). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-13)

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

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6Tallest player (610, 2.08m) to rank in Top 100 in history of ATP Rankings (since 1973)Wears size 16 shoesFather, Vlado, is a meteorologist; mother, Gordana, works in agriculture Has one older sister, Anna, who used to play when she was youngerHobbies include basketball and favourite team is Miami Heat and his dream is to practice with themWife, Alsi (married Mar. 29, 2005), is Jamaican; daughter, Jada Valentina (born Sept. 16, 2011)Coached by countryman Mirko Pehar (since March 2011)

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KAVCIC (SLO)
Birthdate: March 5, 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Ljubljana, Slovenia Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Ljubljana, Slovenia Weight: 174 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 26-31 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $530,032 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-5 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 72 (June 13, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 285 (October 31, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 92 (13-18) 2008: 260 (3-3) 2010: 112 (6-8) 2007: 440 (0-0) 2009: 125 (3-2) 2006: 493 (1-0)

2005: T897 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $257,899. Matches won-lost: ATP: 13-18 (singles), 3-4 (doubles) Challenger: 14-7 (singles), 5-3 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Chennai, Belgrade, Bstad. Doubles Semifinalist: Umag(w/Pospisil). 2011 IN REVIEW The top player from Slovenia became 1st player from his country to finish in Top 100Reached a career-high No. 72 on June 13 before finishing No. 92 Made breakthrough on ATP World Tour with 2 QF showings in Chennai and in Bstad in July (l. to Top 8 Berdych both times) Qualified in 3 tournaments in a row, at Australian Open (d. Anderson, l. to Almagro), Zagreb (l. to Berrer) and Delray Beach (l. to Tipsarevic) In Challenger level play, compiled 14-7 mark, winning title at Banja Luka in September (d. Riba) and reaching final at Karshi (l. to Istomin) in August Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 7-8 on clay, 6-7 on hard and 0-3 on grassEarned a career-high $257,899 CAREER IN REVIEW The Slovenian owns a 106-71 career Challenger record with 6 titles in 10 finals as well as an 87-58 record in Futures with 2 titles In 2010, made Grand Slam debut as qualifier at Australian Open (l. to Odesnik)Earned 1st Grand Slam win at Roland Garros (d. Schwank, l. to Roddick).Won Challenger titles at Karshi, Rijeka and Ljublijana In 2009, reached QF in 9 Challengers, including wins at Alessandria and Constanta as well as finals at San Remo, Busan and Rijeka In 2008, made ATP debut as qualifier in ZagrebEarned 1st ATP match win as qualifier in Prtschach (d. Gabashvili)Reached SF in back-to-back Challengers in Bukhara and KarshiAdvanced to 1 Futures final In 2007, 28-22 in Futures with 1 final and 4 SFReached 1st Challenger SF at Burnie In 2006, made Davis Cup debut in dead rubber against AlgeriaWas 38-16 in Futures, with two titles and 1 other final In 2005, was 10-10 in Futures, with a SF at Cakovec and 2 QF In Davis Cup, 11-6 career mark (11-5 in singles) in 11 ties since 2006 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1)

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MIAMI

PERSONAL Began playing tennis aged 4Comes from a professional sports-oriented familyGrandfather, Ludvik, was a great alpine skier in the 1950s and a participant at the 1956 winter Olympic Games in Cortina d'Ampezzo After ending his pro skiing career Ludvik became very enthusiastic about tennis and inspired Blaz to take up the sportMother, Bojana, and father, Aleksander, were also pro skiersBojana was a 3-time national slalom champion and participated in 2 alpine-skiing World Championships in 1978 and 1982Younger sister, Maa, who trains step and showdance, has won numerous national, European and other titles with her dance groupWhen not traveling and playing tennis, hobbies include playing golf, listening to music and going to the moviesIdol growing up was Pete Sampras for his great serve and volley gameIn 2006, played an exhibition match with Stefan Edberg in home town of LjubljanaCoached by Blaz Trupej

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PHILIPP

KOHLSCHREIBER (GER)
Birthdate: October 16, 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Augsburg, Germany Height: 5'10" (1.78m) Residence: Altstaetten, Switzerland Weight: 154 (69kg) Career Win-Loss: 216-185 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,475,401 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 17-40 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 22 (September 28, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 51 (November 10, 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 43 (31-27) 2008: 28 (32-21) 2005: 93 (12-25) 2002: 268 (0-3) 1999:T1302 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $744,965. Matches won-lost: ATP: 31-27 (singles), 7-7 (doubles) Challenger: 4-1 (singles) . Singles Winner: Halle. Quarterfinalist: Auckland, Munich, Moscow. Doubles Semifinalist: Doha(w/Gabashvili), Rotterdam(w/Berdych), Halle(w/Kas). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 German (behind No. 23 Mayer) finished in Top 50 for 5th straight year, highlighted by his 3rd career ATP World Tour title on home soil in Halle (d. countryman Petzschner) in JuneAlso a QF in Auckland, Munich and MoscowMember of winning ATP World Team Cup squad in Dsseldorf (d. Argentina) Went 2-7 vs. Top 10 opponents (d. No. 4 Soderling in Indian Wells, No. 8 Monfils in Halle) and compiled marks of 17-16 on hard, 9-10 on clay and 5-1 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The German has finished in Top 100 for 8 years in a row, highlighted by back-to-back Top 30 rankings in 200809Has won 3 of 5 career ATP World Tour finals (2-1 in Germany) In 2010, had 8 QF or better finishesBest result was SF in Auckland (l. to Clement) and Metz (l. Simon) Made 2 ATP Masters 1000 QF, in Monte-Carlo (l. to Ferrer) and Toronto (l. to Nadal) In 2009, finished a year-end high No. 27 with 40 match winsRunner-up in Metz (l. to Monfils)Earned career high $834,732 In 2008, finished as top German for 1st time at No. 28 and advanced to 1st grass final in Halle (d. No. 7 Blake in SF, l. to Federer) In 2007, reached 1st ATP Masters 1000 QF in Monte-Carlo (l. to Nadal) and followed with home soil title in Munich (d. Youzhny)1 of 3 players (Malisse, Grosjean) to win singles and doubles titles at same event In 2006, advanced to 1st ATP SF in Gstaad and reached QF on 4 different surfaces In 2004, finished in Top 100 for 1st time and reached 1st ATP QF in Auckland In Davis Cup, 11-9 career mark (9-7 in singles) in 10 ties CAREER TITLES (3): 2011 Halle(G); 2008 Auckland(H); 2007 Munich(CL). FINALIST (2): 2009 Metz(IH); 2008 Halle(G). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 10-5)

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

PERSONAL Full name is Philipp Eberhard Hermann KohlschreiberBegan playing tennis at age 4Parents Maria and GerhardHis father used to operate a gas stationHis mother is a kindergarten teacher2 sisters, Sandra and GerlindePrefers clay and hard courtsEnjoys driving cars, swimming and playing with his dogs Favourite movie is Lord of the RingsFollows football and hockeyFan of FC Bayern MunichPractices at the TennisBase Oberhaching in MunichCoached by former ATP pro Stefan Eriksson and fitness trainer is Marco Panichi

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LUKASZ

KUBOT (POL)
Birthdate: May 16, 1982 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Boleslawiec, Poland Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Lubin, Poland Weight: 190 (86kg) Career Win-Loss: 56-68 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,307,078 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-8 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 41 (April 12, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 7 (September 27, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 57 (17-17) 2008: 223 (0-0) 2010: 70 (15-25) 2007: 222 (2-3) 2009: 101 (9-9) 2006: 120 (5-8)

2005: 136 (3-1) 2004: 258 (3-3) 2003: 331 (1-1)

2002: 499 (0-0) 2001: 394 (1-1) 2000: 654 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $526,993. Matches won-lost: ATP: 17-17 (singles), 13-21 (doubles) Challenger: 2-2 (singles) . Singles Semifinalist: Stuttgart. Quarterfinalist: Acapulco. Doubles Finalist: Santiago(w/Marach). Semifinalist: Barcelona(w/Marach). 2011 IN REVIEW The top player from Poland finished a year-end best No. 57, his 2nd straight Top 70 rankingWon a personal-best 17 matches, highlighted by SF in Stuttgart (l. to Andujar) in July and QF in Acapulco (l. to Bellucci) in February, both on clay In Grand Slam play, qualified at Roland Garros (d. No. 12 Almagro en route to 3R, l. to Falla) and Wimbledon (d. No. 8 Monfils en route to 4R, l. to F. Lopez in 5 sets) Missed 2 months due to a left wrist injury and returned Sept. 26 in Kuala Lumpur Went 1-3 vs. Top 10 opponents with win over MonfilsWas 9-7 on clay, 5-9 on hard and 3-1 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Polish native has put together consistent singles and doubles results over the past 2 seasons on ATP World Tour after spending early years on Challenger circuitHas a 137-122 career Challenger record (2-3 in finals)Owns 123-92 career ATP World Tour doubles record In 2010, finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 70 with 15 match winsEarned a career-high $702,394 Reached 2nd career final in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Ferrero)In doubles, won titles in Santiago and Acapulco while reaching 4 SFFinished No. 6 in ATP Team Rankings (w/Marach) and No. 10 individuallyQualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London and went 1-2 in round robin play In 2009, reached 1st ATP singles final in Belgrade (l. to Djokovic)1st Polish singles finalist since Wojtek Fibak in Basel in 83Won 1st 3 career doubles titles (w/Marach), reaching SF at Australian Open and went 2-1 in season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in LondonFinished No. 7 in team rankings In 2008, captured Oberstaufen Challenger title In 2000, best junior Grand Slam result was QF at Wimbledon in singles and doubles In Davis Cup, 20-6 career mark (16-6 in singles) in 17 ties CAREER FINALIST (2): 2010 Costa do Sauipe(CL); 2009 Belgrade(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). FINALIST (5). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 8-5) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY

CAREER AUS. OPEN 3-2 ROLAND GARROS 2-3 WIMBLEDON 4-2 US OPEN 2-2 CAREER 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 0-1 0-2 0-3 1-1

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID CINCINNATI SHANGHAI PARIS

PERSONAL Began playing at age 9Father, Janusz, is a football coach; mother, DorotaHas a younger sister, Paulina, who is studying physiotherapyStrengths of game are serve, return and forehand and favourite surfaces are clay and slow hard courtsAdmired Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Stefan Edberg and Jonas Bjorkman
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MIKHAIL

KUKUSHKIN (KAZ)
Birthdate: December 26, 1987 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Volgograd, Russia Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Astana, Kazakhstan Weight: 159 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 38-44 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $954,860 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-4 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 56 (September 19, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 117 (October 24, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 91 (10-24) 2008: 149 (4-4) 2010: 59 (17-8) 2007: 203 (0-1) 2009: 132 (7-7) 2006: 767 (0-0)

2005:T1523 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $391,101. Matches won-lost: ATP: 10-24 (singles), 9-13 (doubles) Challenger: 11-3 (singles), 3-3 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Basel. Doubles Semifinalist: Bstad(w/Elgin), Moscow(w/Bogomolov Jr.). 2011 IN REVIEW The top player from Kazakhstan finished in Top 100 for 2nd straight season, highlighted by QF in Basel (l. to Nishikori) as a lucky loser Prior to Basel, only time he won back-to-back matches on ATP World Tour came in May when he defeated Querrey and Lindell in ATP World Team Cup in Dsseldorf In limited Challenger play, compiled an 11-3 mark with a runner-up at Penza, Russia and title on home soil in Astana (d. Bubka) in back-to-back weeks in July Reached a career-high No. 56 on Sept. 19 and went 0-2 vs. Top 10 opponents while compiling marks of 6-14 on hard, 3-7 on clay and 1-3 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Kazakhstan resident has worked his way up to ATP World Tour with successful Challenger results and growing ATP resultsHas compiled an 99-53 Challenger career record and 6-1 in finals In 2010, finished in Top 60 for 1st time in careerCaptured his 1st ATP World Tour title in St. Petersburg (d. Youzhny)Became 2nd player from Kazakhstan to win an ATP title (Golubev won Hamburg in July)Won career high 17 matches In 2009, qualified in Moscow and advanced to his 1st ATP World Tour SF (l. to Youzhny)Captured Penza Challenger title (d. Marchenko) in Russia In 2008, qualified and won his 1st ATP World Tour matches in Barcelona with wins over No. 24 Nieminen and Cuevas (l. to Montanes in 3R)Qualified in back-to-back weeks in Moscow and St. Petersburg, reaching 2RQualified and won Barletta Challenger title (d. Pashanski) in Italy In 2007, picked up challenger titles at Saransk (d. Sergeyev) and Samarkand (d. Jorquera)Qualified for 1st ATP tournament in St. Petersburg (l. to Ledovskikh) In Davis Cup, 10-4 career singles record in 8 ties CAREER TITLES (1): 2010 St. Petersburg(IH). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-0)

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI SHANGHAI

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6 with father Alexander who coached him until age 17Mother, TatianaHas 1 older sister, EkaterinaLikes to play on hard courts, best shots are ground strokesMoved to Kazakhstan in 2008Likes movies and reading Russian booksBest friends on the tour are Davis Cup teammates Andrey Golubev and Yuri Schukin

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IGOR

KUNITSYN (RUS)
Birthdate: September 30, 1981 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Vladivostok, Russia Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: Moscow, Russia Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 84-129 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,539,327 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-12 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 35 (July 6, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 49 (June 9, 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 71 (16-21) 2008: 44 (15-14) 2005: 130 (3-2) 2010: 100 (6-14) 2007: 125 (16-24) 2004: 161 (2-2) 2009: 104 (16-31) 2006: 93 (10-15) 2003: 196 (0-3)

2002: 139 (0-1) 1999:308 (0-2) 2001: 388 (0-0) 1998: 448 (0-0) 2000: 256 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $360,087. Matches won-lost: ATP: 16-21 (singles), 1-11 (doubles) Challenger: 12-2 (singles), 0-1 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Eastbourne. Quarterfinalist: Los Angeles. 2011 IN REVIEW The Russian finished with his 2nd-best year end finish at No. 71 (No. 44 in 08), highlighted by a SF on grass in Eastbourne in June (l. to eventual champ Seppi) and QF in Los Angeles (l. to No. 9 Fish) in late July Went 0-3 vs. Top 10 opponents (1-8 vs. Top 20 foes) with his best win over No. 17 Melzer in 2R at US Open Compiled marks of 10-15 on hard, 5-4 on grass and 1-2 on clayAlso put together a 12-2 mark in Challengers with title in Cremona (d. Schuettler) in May CAREER IN REVIEW The Russian has finished in Top 100 in 4 of past 6 years with year-end best No. 44 in 2008 when he captured his lone ATP World Tour title In 2010, reached QF in Moscow as a qualifier (l. to Istomin)Made Davis Cup singles debut vs. India in 1R (d. Devvarman)In Challengers, was 23-13 with 2 titlesIn doubles, won 1st ATP title in Moscow (w/Tursunov) In 2009, reached SF in St. Petersburg (l. to Zeballos) and QF in Memphis (l. to Sela) In 2008, won 1st title in Moscow (d. Safin) and earned career high $495,243Reached SF at Prtschach and Washington and won Donetsk ChallengerHad Davis Cup debut in SF tie vs. Argentina (w/Tursunov) to beat Caas-Nalbandian 8-6 in 5th setAlso reached SF at Roland Garros (w/Tursunov) In 2007, achieved a personal-best 16 match wins (also in 09) and reached 3 QF In 2006, reached SF at Moscow and St. PetersburgReached 1st doubles final in Nottingham (w/Tursunov) In 2005, reached 1st ATP SF in Moscow (l. to Kiefer) In 2004, reached maiden ATP QF in Moscow In Davis Cup, 2-6 career mark in 6 ties CAREER TITLES (1): 2008 Moscow(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-2)

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CAREER W-L: 5-15 BEST RESULT: 2R (6 times, last Paris 11)


PERSONAL Started to play tennis at age 7 since there were 2 hard and 2 clay courts just a few hundred meters from where he livedWent to the courts with friends where coach saw him and asked him to come to trainRaised by his grandparents, (grandmother), Ninel Kislovskaya, and (grandfather), Nikolay Kislovskiy and are big tennis fans after traveling with him early in his career to tournamentsTrains in Moscow at CSKA (since age 18) Originally from Vladivostok on eastern coast of Russia, more than a 9 hour flight from the capitalEnjoys watching hockey when at homeSwam and played basketball as a kidIs known to be an excellent gourmet cook of Italian foods and loves going to good restaurantsUsed to work with Riccardo Piatti and became interested in cooking with Piattis motherSpeaks English, Italian and RussianConsiders hard courts as favourite surface and best part of his game are groundstrokes and baseline playWife, Irina (married Dec. 8, 2005), son, Alexander, (born May 16, 2010)Coached by Allen Fox.

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ROBERT

LINDSTEDT (SWE)
Birthdate: March 19, 1977 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Sundbyberg, Sweden Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: London, England Weight: 182 (82kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 201-179 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,472,925 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 12/13 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 309 (April 26, 2004) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 12 (October 31, 2011) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 16(42-25) 2010: 21(36-29) 2009: 26(38-28) 2008: 26 (29-27)

2007: 39 (22-22) 2006: 41 (19-27) 2005: 66 (10-13) 2004: 96 (4-7)

2003: 205(0-0) 2002: 769 (0-0) 2001: 281 (0-0) 2000: 233 (1-1)

1999: 326 (0-0) 1995: 742 (0-0) 1998: 525 (0-0) 1994: 966 (0-0) 1997: N/R (0-0) 1996: N/R (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $385,836. Matches won-lost: ATP: 0-1 (singles), 42-25 (doubles) . Doubles Winner: Casablanca, Bstad. Finalist: Brisbane, s-Hertogenbosch, Wimbledon, Washington, Beijing(all w/Tecau). 2011 IN REVIEW The Swede compiled his best season with Romanian partner Tecau as 2nd-year duo compiled a 2-5 record in finals and qualified for 1st Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in LondonHad 39-23 match record together They also advanced to their 2nd straight Wimbledon final In 1st week of season, reached final in Brisbane (l. to Dlouhy-Hanley) and in April, repeated clay court title in Casablanca (d. Fleming-Zelenay) During European clay court circuit, advanced to QF in Barcelona, ATP Masters 1000 Rome and Roland Garros Played well on grass (9-3 mark) with QF at Queens Club, runner-up in s-Hertogenbosch (l. to BraccialiCermak) and Wimbledon (l. to Bryans) In July, won title in Bstad (d. Aspeilin-Siljestrom) and in August reached final in Washington (l. to LlodraZimonjic)Reached QF at US Open (l. to Bolelli-Fognini)Reached final in Beijing (l. to Llodra-Zimonjic) Finished No. 16 in doubles and earned a career-high $385,836 CAREER IN REVIEW The Swede has 201 career ATP match wins and 12 doubles titles in 25 finals since turning pro in 1998 In 2010, reached 1st career Grand Slam final at Wimbledon (w/Tecau)They claimed titles in Casablanca, s-Hertogenbosch, Bastad and New HavenReached final in Marseille (w/Knowle) In 2009, claimed titles in Auckland, Zagreb and Washington, DC and reached finals in Dubai and Estoril (all w/Damm)Also finalist at Bastad (w/Soderling) In 2008, won title in Washington (w/Gicquel)Reached QF at Wimbledon (w/Anderson) and US Open (w/Nieminen)Undefeated in 4 ATP World Team Championship matches (w/Soderling), helped Sweden to win titleMade Davis Cup doubles debut against Israel (w/Aspelin) In 2007, won 1st career ATP title in Mumbai (w/Nieminen) and a week later added 2nd in Tokyo (w/Kerr) Reached SF or better in 6 eventsMade Davis Cup singles debut in dead rubber vs Argentina (l. to del Potro) In 2006, was finalist in Las Vegas (w/Levinsky) and Stuttgart (w/Allegro)Won Bermuda Challenger In 2005, reached 1st ATP final at Ho Chi Minh (w/Fisher)Was 2-3 in Challenger finals In 2004, reached 1st ATP SF at Metz (w/Burgsmuller)Won 3 Challenger titles in 5 finals and also won 1 Futures title In 2003, won Eckental and Helsinki Challengers and reached Lubeck finalPlayed 9 Futures, winning 4 titles In Davis Cup, 5-5 career mark (5-3 in doubles) in 9 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (12). FINALIST (13). GRAND SLAM HISTORY
DOUBLES (0-2 in finals). WIMBLEDON Finalist - 2011, 2010 (w/Tecau).

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PERSONAL Nicknamed "Robban" or "Schlobbo"Father, Morgan, is retired; Considers mother, Bibbi, a secretary, "the most inspirational person in my life"Brother, Niclas (born 1973) and sister, Annica (born 1978) were both former No. 1 juniors in Sweden"Almost died at birth, had umbilical cord around my throat"Speaks Swedish, English and GermanBecame interested in tennis aged 4During college career 1st at Fresno State University then at Pepperdine University he reached 1998 NCAA final (w/Gullett) and received All-American honours for 2 straight yearsDefining moment of career is "when I made my Davis Cup debut" versus Argentina in April 2007 Hobbies include watching movies, reading, watching other sportsLikes bands U2, Matchbox 20, DJ Tiesto and John MayerWould most like to meet BonoFavourite book is Papillon by Henri CharriereFavourite TV show is "Lost"Favourite magazine is Tennis magasinet (Swedish)Favourite food is Italian, Burritos from Chipotle and Swedish meatballsSupports Djurgardens IF football and ice hockey teamsPhysical trainer is Jarmo Ahonen (since 2006)

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IVAN

LJUBICIC (CRO)
Birthdate: March 19, 1979 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Banja Luka, Bosnia-Herzegovin Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco Weight: 200 (90kg) Career Win-Loss: 426-290 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $10,086,067 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 10/14 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 40-69 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 3 (May 1, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 70 (May 16, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 30 (25-19) 2008: 45 (19-18) 2005: 9 (57-24) 2002: 49 (29-29) 1999:77 (11-14) 1996: 573 (1-1) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $796,517. Matches won-lost: ATP: 25-19 (singles), 7-12 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Metz. Semifinalist: Rotterdam, Beijing. Quarterfinalist: Zagreb, Monte-Carlo. Doubles Semifinalist: Madrid, Beijing(both w/Cilic). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Croat (behind No. 22 Cilic) finished in Top 50 for 11th straight year, highlighted by runner-up in Metz (l. to Tsonga) Finished as 2nd oldest player in Top 50 (at 32y9m), behind No. 28 Radek Stepanek (33) with marks of 15-12 on hard, 7-5 on clay and 3-2 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Croat has finished in Top 25 in 6 of past 8 seasons (except 08, 11), including back-to-back Top 10 campaigns in 05 (at No. 9) and 06 (at No. 5)Has a 10-14 career mark in ATP World Tour finals, reaching at least 1 final in 8 of past 11 years (except 02-03, 08) In 2010, earned 10th ATP World Tour title, biggest of his career, at Indian Wells, defeating No. 2 Djokovic (4R), No. 3 Nadal (SF) and No. 8 Roddick (F) moving from No. 26 to No. 13 In 2006, reached a personal-best No. 3 with strong results including a Roland Garros SF and earned a career high $1,713,167Had most indoor match wins (20-5) on ATP circuit for 2nd straight year and led ATP in aces (929) In 2005, compiled an 11-1 record (7-1 in singles, 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. Slovak Republic 3-2)Won backto-back indoor titles in Metz and Vienna without losing his serve in 57 games In 2004, finished in Top 25 for 1st time and went 6-1 in matches decided in a final set TB In 2001, broke through in Lyon by defeating No. 1 Kuerten in 1R and Safin in 3 TBs in SF (saving 1 MP) before beating El Aynaoui for 1st ATP title In Davis Cup, 36-19 career mark (23-13 in singles) in 22 ties since 98 and member of winning team in 2005 2-time Olympian, having won Bronze Medal in doubles at 04 Athens Olympics (w/Ancic) CAREER TITLES (10): 2010 Indian Wells(H); 2009 Lyon(IH); 2007 Doha(H), 's-Hertogenbosch(G); 2006 Chennai(H), Zagreb(IC), Vienna(IH); 2005 Metz(IH), Vienna(IH); 2001 Lyon(IC). FINALIST (14): 2011 Metz(IH); 2010 Montpellier(IH); 2007 Zagreb(IC), Rotterdam(IH); 2006 Miami(H), Bangkok(IH); 2005 Doha(H), Marseille(IH), Rotterdam(IH), Dubai(H), Madrid(IH), Paris(IC); 2004 Doha(H). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (4). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 10-17)

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CAREER W-L: 116-84 BEST RESULT: WIN (Indian Wells 10); RUP (Miami 06, Madrid 05, Paris 05)

CAREER 2-4

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 9Father, Marko, is an electrician, and mother, Hazira, is a housewifeHas 1 older brother, VladoSpeaks Croatian, Italian and EnglishEscaped war-torn Bosnia at age 13 in 1992 and was 1 of the several players taken to Italy by a club that was reaching out to help childrenBegan serving on ATP Player Council since 2002, elected Vice-President 04-06 and President 06-08In August 2008, elected as European player representative on ATP BoardResigned position on Jan. 20, 2009 to give full attention to playingWas 1st active player to serve on Board since Paul Annacone in 1993Named 2007 ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of Year for his off-court work with Special OlympicsAmbassador of the Special Olympics MonacoPresented with the ATP Aces for Charity grant for his work with the Special Olympics Monaco in 2011Wife, Aida (married Nov. 8, 2004), son, Leonardo (born Nov. 5, 2008), daughter Zara (born Nov. 29, 2011)Coached by Italian Riccardo Piatti (since June 1997) physio is Dean Mistura and fitness trainer is Dailbor Sirola (since Sept. 2009)

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MICHAEL

LLODRA (FRA)
Birthdate: May 18, 1980 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Paris, France Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Rueil Malmaison, France Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 158-188 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $6,787,418 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/4 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 8-29 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 21 (May 9, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 3 (November 14, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 47 (17-22) 2008: 40 (23-21) 2005: 139 (10-22) 2002: 103 (12-17) 1999:265 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,210,799. Matches won-lost: ATP: 17-22 (singles), 48-17 (doubles) Challenger: 5-0 (singles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Marseille, Madrid. Doubles Winner: Washington, Montral, Beijing, Basel. Finalist: Rotterdam, Madrid, Cincinnati, Shanghai. Semifinalist: Dubai, Roland Garros, Wimbledon (all w/Zimonjic). 2011 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished in Top 50 for 3rd time in 4 years, with his best results 2 QF, in Marseille in February (l. to Soderling) and Madrid in May (l. to Nadal) Best Grand Slam result was a personal-best 4R at Wimbledon where he lost to eventual champion Djokovic Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and marks of 9-15 on hard, 5-2 on grass and 3-5 on clay In doubles, finished as No. 2 team (w/Zimonjic), won 4 titles and reached 4 other finals while qualifying for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in LondonWent 1-2 in round robin playRanked No. 5 individually CAREER IN REVIEW The French left-hander has compiled 4 Top 50 seasons, including a year-end best No. 23 in 2010Has a 5-4 singles and 22-20 in doubles record in finals In 2010, compiled best season with 1st Top 25 finish and titles in Eastbourne (d. Garcia-Lopez) and Marseille (d. No. 8 Soderling in QF, d. Benneteau in F)Helped country to Davis Cup final (l. 3-2 to Serbia)Reached 1st ATP Masters 1000 SF in Paris (l. to No. 5 Soderling, held 3 MPs) In 2008, only player to win multiple singles (2) and doubles (3) titles during season In 2007, won 3 doubles titles, including Wimbledon (w/Clement) In 2005, won 4 doubles titles, including Tennis Masters Cup (w/Santoro) In 2004, reached 1st singles final in Adelaide (l. to Hrbaty) and won 1st title in s-Hertogenbosch (d. Coria) In 2000, won 1st ATP doubles title in Mallorca (w/Nargiso) In juniors, was 1998 doubles finalist at Wimbledon (w/A. Ram) and at 1997 US Open (w/Lisnard) In Davis Cup, 20-11 record (17-6 doubles) in 23 ties2-time Olympian (2004 Athens QF-D, 2008 Beijing SF-D) CAREER TITLES (5): 2010 Marseille(IH), Eastbourne(G); 2008 Adelaide(H), Rotterdam(IH); 2004 'sHertogenbosch(G). FINALIST (4): 2009 Marseille(IH), Lyon(IH); 2005 's-Hertogenbosch(G); 2004 Adelaide(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (22). FINALIST (20). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-7)

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DOUBLES (3-3 in finals). AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Champion - 2004, 2003 (w/Santoro), Finalist - 2008 (w/Clement), 2002 (w/Santoro); ROLAND GARROS: Finalist - 2004 (w/Santoro); WIMBLEDON: Champion - 2007 (w/Clement).

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CAREER W-L: 27-50 BEST RESULT: QF (Madrid 11)

DOUBLES (2-7 in finals). MONTE-CARLO: Finalist - 2003 (w.Santoro); MADRID: Finalist - 2011 (w/Zimonjic); ROME: Champion (w/Santoro); HAMBURG: Finalist - 2005 (w/Santoro); MONTREAL/TORONTO: Champion - 2011 (w/Zimonjic); Finalist - 2010 (w/Benneteau); CINCINNATI: Finalist- 2011 (w/Zimonjic); SHANGHAI: FInalist - 2011 (w/Zimonjic); PARIS: Champion - 2006 (w/Clement); Finalist 2003 (w/Santoro)

PERSONAL Began playing at age 6Father Michel played 4 years with Paris Saint-Germain football clubMother, SylvaineHas older brother YannAs teen, practiced with Georges Deniau, coach of Forget and Hlasek, who taught him serve and volleyLikes footballLoves good wines and is a vintnerWife, Camille (married Sept. 9, 2003); daughter, Manon (born Mar. 23, 2004); son, Teo (born Sept. 5, 2007)Reunited with coach Olivier Malcor for 2011 and fitness trainer is Cyril Brechbhl at the French Tennis Federation FFT

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FELICIANO

LOPEZ (ESP)
Birthdate: September 20, 1981 Turned Pro: 1997 Birthplace: Toledo, Spain Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Madrid, Spain Weight: 187 (84kg) Career Win-Loss: 270-263 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $6,379,782 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/5 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 23-60 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 20 (January 31, 2005) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 37 (November 1, 2004) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 20 (36-26) 2008: 31 (27-26) 2005: 34 (31-28) 2002: 62 (18-16) 1999:277 (0-0) 1996:T1294 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,012,966. Matches won-lost: ATP: 36-26 (singles), 7-16 (doubles) Challenger: 5-1 (singles) . Singles Finalist: Belgrade. Semifinalist: Shanghai. Quarterfinalist: Barcelona, Wimbledon, Gstaad. Doubles Finalist: Dubai(w/Chardy). 2011 IN REVIEW The Madrid native finished in Top 20 for 1st time in his career, highlighted by runner-up in Belgrade (l. to No. 2 Djokovic), SF in Shanghai (l. to Ferrer) and QF at Wimbledon for 3rd time (l. to Murray) Member of Spanish Davis Cup teamPlayed in 1R 4-1 victory over Belgium, winning doubles match (w/Verdasco)Lost in doubles (w/Verdasco) in SF vs. France and F vs. Argentina Went 4-13 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 18-16 on hard, 13-8 on clay and 5-2 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Madrid native has finished in Top 50 in 8 of past 9 years (except 06), compiling a 2-5 mark in ATP World Tour singles finals and reaching QF at Wimbledon 3 times (2005, 08, 11) In 2010, earned 2nd ATP World Tour title in Johannesburg (d. Monfils in SF, Robert in F) In 2008, in Davis Cup final, beat No. 9 del Potro in singles and clinched title in doubles (w/Verdasco)Finalist in Dubai (d. No. 10 Berdych-2R, No. 4 Ferrer-QF, No. 5 Davydenko-SF; l. to No. 6 Roddick) In 2004, advanced to 1st ATP final in Dubai (l. to Federer) and later in year won 1st title in Vienna (d. Caas) In 2003, won Spanish Championships (d. Nadal) As a junior, reached final of Orange Bowl 16s (l. to Coria) in 97 and runner-up at European 18s junior championships (l. to Vinciguerra) in 99, also SF at Orange Bowl 18s (l. to Coria) in 99 In Davis Cup, 12-16 career mark (4-7 in singles) in 20 ties and member of championship teams in 04, 08- 09 and 11Competed in 2004 Athens Olympics (3R) CAREER TITLES (2): 2010 Johannesburg(H); 2004 Vienna(IH). FINALIST (5): 2011 Belgrade(CL); 2008 Dubai(H); 2006 Gstaad(CL); 2005 New Haven(H); 2004 Dubai(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (4). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 14-8)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 4-9 MIAMI 10-10 MONTE-CARLO 4-8 ROME 5-8 MADRID 15-10 TORONTO/MONTRAL 6-8 CINCINNATI 3-9 SHANGHAI 8-3 PARIS 8-8

PERSONAL Full name is Feliciano Lopez Diaz-GuerraBegan playing tennis at age 5 with father, Feliciano, who is a tennis coach; mother, Belen Diaz-Guerra, is a nurseYounger brother, Victor, played tennis before enrolling at a university where he studies businessA big fan of Real Madrid football teamAt home he enjoys going out with friends to movies and to discosConsiders his serve best shot and hard court his favourite surfaceIn February 2008, accepted role as himself in Spanish family/humorous soap opera, Los SerranoCoached by countryman and former Roland Garros finalist Alberto Berasategui (since July 2011)
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PAOLO

LORENZI (ITA)
Birthdate: December 15, 1981 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Rome, Italy Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Siena, Italy Weight: 169 (76kg) Career Win-Loss: 6-20 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $629,479 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-3 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 83 (November 9, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 161 (October 10, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 108 (2-3) 2010: 143 (3-14) 2009: 84 (0-1)

2008: 207 (0-0) 2007: 287 (1-1) 2006: 165 (0-1)

2005: 264 (0-0) 2004: 312 (0-0) 2003: 253 (0-0)

2002: 392 (0-0)1999:T888 (0-0) 2001: 815 (0-0) 2000: T908 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $111,379. Matches won-lost: ATP: 2-3 (singles), 0-2 (doubles) Challenger: 39-21 (singles), 22-14 (doubles). 2011 IN REVIEW The Italian compiled his best results on Challenger circuit with a 39-21 match record with titles in Pereira (d. Dutra Silva) in April and Ljubljana (d. Zemlja) in SeptemberAlso SF 4 times In limited ATP World Tour play (2-3 mark), qualified at Indian Wells (d. Ljubicic, l. to Gasquet) and in Rome (d. Naso, l. to Nadal 60 in 3rd set) CAREER IN REVIEW Italian veteran has been a stalwart at the Challenger level, amassing a 207-170 record and 8 titles since he began playing pro events in 1999 In 2010, went 3-15 in ATP eventsMade Davis Cup debut in dead rubber against The NetherlandsWon Rimini Challenger (d. Delbonis).Finalist at Pereira Challenger (l. to Giraldo) In 2009, won titles at Challengers in Reggio Emilia (d. Lisnard), Rijeka (d. Kavcic) and Ljubljana (d. Zemlja)Finalist at San Luis Potosi (l. to Giraldo), Tenerife (l. to Chiudinelli) and Tarragona (l. to GimenoTraver)Won a Futures title in Ivory Coast In 2008, won Alessandria Challenger and reached Salinas SFClaimed 1 Futures title in Italy In 2007, won 1st ATP match at Barcelona as qualifier (d. Galvani, l. to Calleri)Reached Salinas Challenger SF In 2006, made ATP debut as qualifier in Adelaide (l. to A. Murray)Won 1st career Challenger at Tarragona (d. El Aynaoui) after reaching 1st final at San Luis Potosi In 2005, reached SF at Canberra Challenger and 3 other QFWon title at Frankston Futures In 2004, reached SF at Cordenons Challenger In 2003, won 1st career Futures title at ValpovoReached first Challenger SF in Trani In 2002, reach 1st Futures final while posting 11-6 record In Davis Cup, 1-0 career singles mark GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-0)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 7, introduced to the game by his older brother Bruno Father, Marco, is a surgeon. Bruno is a surgeon alsoMother, Marina, is a housewife and often follows him to tournamentsLikes football and basketball and supports Fiorentina and MPS SienaHe has been attending University in Siena and studying at a Medical FacultyLikes listening to music and reading books by Stephen KingTennis idol was Boris BeckerPrefers to play on outdoor hard courtsCoached by countryman Claudio Galoppini

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YEN-HSUN

LU (TPE)
Birthdate: August 14, 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Taipei, Chinese Taipei Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: Taipei, Chinese Taipei Weight: 163 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 73-121 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,038,711 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 3-10 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 33 (November 1, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 86 (January 31, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

82 (12-21) 2008: 64 (11-15) 2005: 160 (6-8) 35 (15-20) 2007: 103 (7-15) 2004: 86 (5-10) 98 (10-23) 2006: 103 (2-7) 2003: 199 (3-1)

2002: 194 (0-0) 2001: T598 (2-1)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $358,269. Matches won-lost: ATP: 12-21 (singles), 7-9 (doubles) Challenger: 15-5 (singles) . Singles Quarterfinalist: Atlanta, Los Angeles. Doubles Semifinalist: Los Angeles(w/Moser). 2011 IN REVIEW The Chinese Taipei native finished in Top 100 for 4th consecutive season, highlighted by back-to-back QF showings in Atlanta (l. to Isner) and Los Angeles (l. to Harrison)Prior to that, reached 3R at Wimbledon with straight-set wins over No. 31 Robredo and No. 12 Troicki (l. to Llodra) Began season 0-6 in the 1st 2 months before putting together 12-15 mark since March Posted 2 Top 20 wins, over No. 17 Verdasco in 1R in Madrid and No. 12 Troicki in 2R at Wimbledon Compiled a 15-5 record in Challengers with titles in Ningbo in September (d. Zopp) and Seoul (d. Wang) the following month CAREER IN REVIEW The top player from Chinese Taipei has compiled most of his best results in Challenger level tournaments with a 246-111 match record and 15-14 mark in finals during an 11 year career In 2010, finished as top Asian player with 1st year-end Top 50 ranking at No. 35Won a personal-best 15 matches and went 18-4 in Challengers with 2 titlesBest Grand Slam result was QF at Wimbledon (d. No. 7 Roddick 9-7 in 5th set, l. to Djokovic) and 1st Asian player to reach QF at Wimbledon since Shuzo Matsuoka in 95In doubles, reached Chennai final (w/Tipsarevic) and earned a career-high $547,620 In 2009, advanced to 3R at Australian Open after going 4-12 in Slam play between 2004-08 In 2008, posted win over No. 6 Murray in 1R at Beijing Olympics (l. to Melzer in 3R)Best results came in Challenger level play with a 38-9 match record and 3 titles in 6 finalsReached 4 straight Challenger finals and had 2 ATP QF in San Jose and Indianapolis In 2004, finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 86 with a 37-11 Challenger record and 3 titles In Davis Cup, 20-13 career mark (14-8 in singles) in 13 ties2-time Olympian - 2004 Athens (1R) and 2008 Beijing (3R) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 7-4)

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CAREER 3-7 0-4 8-8 1-5

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-4 MIAMI 3-4 MADRID 1-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 2-3 CINCINNATI 0-3 SHANGHAI 1-2

PERSONAL Began playing at age 8Nicknamed himself Rendy since his English teacher had a difficult time with his given 1st nameSays if he wasnt playing tennis, hed likely be back in school studyingHas 1 older brother, who is a computer engineerHis parents are in businessAspires to be the 1st Chinese to reach the Top 10Favourite surface is hard courtsWife, Chien Chung-wen (married Dec. 4, 2010) Coached by Dirk Hordorff (since 2003)

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RUI

MACHADO (POR)
Birthdate: April 10, 1984 Turned Pro: 0 Birthplace: Faro, Portugal Height: 5'10" (1.77m) Residence: Lisbon, Portugal Weight: 154 (69kg) Career Win-Loss: 20-33 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $618,759 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 59 (October 3, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 185 (January 17, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 68 (5-13) 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)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $245,290. Matches won-lost: ATP: 5-13 (singles), 1-5 (doubles) Challenger: 41-14 (singles), 3-6 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Costa do Sauipe. 2011 IN REVIEW The top player from Portugal for 2nd straight year finished a season-ending best No. 68, highlighted by QF at ATP World Tour stop in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Almagro) and 4 Challenger titles in as many finals and 4 SF Compiled a 41-14 match record on Challenger level Won titles in Marrakech (d. Teixeira) in March, Rijeka (d. Zemlja) in June, Poznan (d. Janowicz) in July and Szczecin (d. Prodon) in September Qualified for season-ending ATP Challenger Finals in Sao Paulo and went 2-1 in round robin playEarned a career-high $245,290 CAREER IN REVIEW The Lisbon resident has compiled best pro results in Challenger and Futures level tournaments with a 93-62 Challenger record (4-1 in finals) along with 111-67 match total and 7-5 in Futures finals In 2010, finished as Portuguese No. 1 and within Top 100 for 1st time in his careerCompiled his best results on Challenger level with 44-20 match record and 2 clay titles, Napoli (d. Delbonis) and in Asuncion (d. Delgado)His best ATP World Tour result came in Estoril where he reached QF (l. to countryman Gil) In 2009, captured Challenger titles at Meknes (d. Marrero) and Athens (d. Munoz-de la Nava), 1st of his career, and qualified into Grand Slam tournaments at Roland Garros (d. Vliegen, l. to F. Gonzalez) and US Open (l. to Koellerer) In Davis Cup, 11-14 career mark (11-13 in singles) in 19 ties and made his debut vs. South Africa in 03 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-3)

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08 2ND

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6 after parents brought him a tennis racquet from a trip to the United States Speaks Portuguese, Spanish and EnglishFather, David, is a businessman, mother, Rosa, is a kindergarten teacherBrother David is also a businessmanFavourite surfaces are clay and outdoor hard courtsConsiders forehand his best shot and favourite tournaments are Roland Garros and EstorilIdol growing up was Stefan EdbergCurrently trains in LisbonHobbies are surfing the internet and following the financial markets Would be a businessman if he werent a tennis playerBest memory was to play his 1st Grand Slam main draw at 2008 US OpenCoached by Andre Lopes and fitness coach Paulo Figueiredo

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In 2011, Rui Machado compiled the 3rd-most Challenger match wins (41) while winning a 2nd-most 4 titles. Here is a look at the 2011 Challenger match wins leaders: PLAYER 1)Andreas Beck (GER) 2)Horacio Zeballos (ARG) 3)Rui Machado (POR) 4)Eric Prodon (FRA) Paolo Lorenzi (ITA) W-L 46-24 42-21 41-14 39-21 39-21 FINALS 0-4 0-2 4-0 3-2 2-0

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MAHUT (FRA)
Birthdate: January 21, 1982 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Angers, France Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Boulogne-Billancourt, France Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 75-115 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,556,579 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 3-20 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 40 (February 18, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 25 (January 10, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 80 (11-11) 2008: 2010: 132 (3-7) 2007: 2009: 217 (4-4) 2006:

98 (16-26) 2005: 135 (1-5) 45 (22-20) 2004: 129 (3-10) 68 (11-19) 2003: 94 (3-6)

2002: 266 (0-1)1999:T1070 (0-0) 2001: 214 (1-4) 2000: 390 (0-2)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $333,349. Matches won-lost: ATP: 11-11 (singles), 9-6 (doubles) Challenger: 29-12 (singles), 16-9 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Metz. Doubles Finalist: Paris(w/Benneteau). Semifinalist: Marseille(w/Clement). 2011 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished in Top 100 for 1st time since 2008, highlighted by QF in Metz in September (l. to eventual champ Tsonga) and 29-12 mark on Challenger circuit, winning title in Courmayeur in February (d. Muller) and reaching final in Cherbourg (l. to Dimitrov) in March Went 0-5 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 8-6 on hard, 3-4 on grass and 0-1 on clay In doubles, reached final at ATP Masters 1000 Paris (w/Benneteau) CAREER IN REVIEW The French veteran has enjoyed success at all levels of the game, reaching 2 ATP World Tour finals, to go along with 9 Challenger titles and a 181-105 mark and 70-40 record with 5 titles in Futures In 2010, qualified at Wimbledon and lost a record-breaking 1R to Isner 46 63 76(7) 67(3) 68-70 over 3 days on Court 18It broke a number of records: longest match: 11 hours, 5 minutes; Longest set: 8 hours, 11 minutes; Most games in a match: 183; Most games in a set: 138; Most aces, 1 player: Isner, 112; Most aces, both players: 215 (Isner 112, Mahut 103); Most Points: 980 (Mahut 502, Isner 478); Most Winners: 490 (Isner 246, Mahut 244); Consecutive service holds, 1 player: 84 (Isner, Mahut); Consecutive service holds, both players 168Won Cherbourg Challenger (d. Muller) In 2009, reached 3R as qualifier at Queens and QF in NewportReached SF at Challengers in Manchester and Segovia In 2008, reached QF in Marseille (l. to Murray) and Bangkok (l. to Berdych)Won Orleans Challenger In 2007, reached 1st career ATP final at Queens (d. Nadal in QF, l. to Roddick) and month later runner-up in Newport (l. to Santoro)Also SF in Metz (l. to Roberdo) In 2006, reached 1st ATP QF at Casablanca (l. to Massu) and Indianapolis (l. to Blake)Reached 3R at Wimbledon (l. to Federer)Won 3 straight Challengers early in season (Besancon, Cherbourg and Kyoto) In 2005, reached SF or better in 5 Challengers, including finals in Cherbourg and Orleans In 2004, won Valladolid Challenger and reached finals in Segovia and Grenoble In 2003, won 1st Challenger title in Manchester and reached final in CordobaAlso claimed 2 Futures As a junior, won Wimbledon title in 2000 (d. Ancic) and claimed US Open doubles in 1999 (w/Benneteau) CAREER FINALIST (2): 2007 London / Queen's Club(G), Newport(G). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (4). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-4)

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CAREER 3-5 1-9 3-6 2-6

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04 1ST 1ST 1ST

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CAREER W-L: 10-20 BEST RESULT: 3R (Indian Wells 07, 08)

DOUBLES (0-1 in finals). PARIS: Finalist- 2011 (w/Benneteau)

PERSONAL Full name is Nicolas Pierre Armand MahutBegan playing tennis at age 5Mother, Brigitte, passed away in March 2005; Father, Philippe, is a retired computer engineerHas 3 older brothers, Dominique, Stephane, and Jean-Philippe, 1 older sister, Delphine, and many nephews/niecesJoined Tennis Etudes juniors at age 11 in France...Admired Pete Sampras, Yannick Noah and Michael JordanLikes going to movies (favourite movie is Matrix), listening to music (Oasis, John Mayer) and football (supports Paris Saint-Germain)Biggest moment in tennis was winning Wimbledon junior title in 2000 (d. Ancic) and most difficult time was transition to the pro circuitHe wrote the book Le match de ma vie (The match of my life) about epic Wimbledon match against IsnerHis wife, Virginie, gave birth to a son, Natanel (3.035kg, 49cm), on August 18, 2011Coached by Boris Vallejo and Olivier Ramos
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MALISSE (BEL)
Birthdate: July 19, 1980 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Kortrijk, Belgium Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Sarasota, Florida, USA Weight: 182 (82kg) Career Win-Loss: 260-231 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,759,958 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/9 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 14-37 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 19 (August 12, 2002) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 25 (November 7, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 49 (24-26) 2008: 162 (9-12) 2005: 48 (22-20) 2002: 25 (32-23) 1999:142 (12-10)1996:815 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $734,891. Matches won-lost: ATP: 24-26 (singles), 26-15 (doubles) Challenger: 1-1 (singles), 0-1 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Chennai. Semifinalist: s-Hertogenbosch. Quarterfinalist: Metz, Vienna. Doubles Winner: Indian Wells(w/Dolgopolov), Los Angeles(w/Knowles). Finalist: San Jose(w/Falla). Semifinalist: Atlanta(w/Berankis), Basel(w/Norman). 2011 IN REVIEW The top Belgian finished in Top 50 for 1st time since 2006, highlighted by a runner-up in 1st week of season in Chennai (l. to Wawrinka)Also advanced to SF in s-Hertogenbosch (l. to Tursunov) and QF in Metz (ret. vs. Dolgopolov) and Vienna (l. to Tsonga) Went 0-7 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 13-18 on hard, 7-3 on grass and 4-5 on clay Best Grand Slam result was 4R at Wimbledon (d. No. 18 Mayer, No. 11 Melzer, l. to Tomic) In doubles, captured title at Indian Wells (w/Dolgopolov) and Los Angeles (w/Knowles) CAREER IN REVIEW The Belgian finished in Top 50 for 5 of 6 years between 2001-06 (except 03) and 1st Belgian to finish in Top 25 in 2002A winner of 3 ATP World Tour singles and 6 doubles titles in his career In 2010, reached SF at s-Hertogenbosch and Washington (d. No. 8 Berdych, l. to Baghdatis), 31-10 in Challengers and 2-4 in finals In 2007, suffered right wrist injury after winning ATP singles and doubles titles in 2 of his 1st 3 tournaments, in Chennai (d. No. 2 Nadal, Koubek) and Delray Beach (d. No. 6 Blake)Became 1st player to do so twice in a season since Kafelnikov in 96 In 2006, reached finals in Adelaide (l. to Serra) and Delray Beach (l. to Haas) and reached 3 SF In 2005, won 1st ATP title in Delray Beach (d. Novak) In 2004, became 1st Belgian doubles Grand Slam champion (w/O. Rochus) at Roland Garros In 2002, finished a year-end best No. 25 and reached 3 SF, including a Grand Slam-best at Wimbledon (l. to Nalbandian) In 1998, qualified into 1st ATP event in Philadelphia and lost to No. 1 Sampras 7-5 in 3rd setIn Mexico City, advanced to 1st final (l. to Novak) and jumped from 361 to No. 179 In Davis Cup, 12-12 career mark (12-8 in singles) in 15 tiesCompeted in 2004 Athens Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (3): 2007 Chennai(H), Delray Beach(H); 2005 Delray Beach(H). FINALIST (9): 2011 Chennai(H); 2006 Adelaide(H), Delray Beach(H); 2004 St. Plten(CL), Lyon(IC); 2001 Delray Beach(H), Atlanta(CL); 1999-Delray Beach(CL); 1998-Mexico City(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (6). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 12-12)

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CAREER 7-10 13-9 17-11 17-11

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10 1ST 2ND 3RD 1ST

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99 1ST 1ST 3RD

DOUBLES (1-0 in finals). ROLAND GARROS: Champion - 2004 (w/O. Rochus)

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CAREER W-L: 39-59 BEST RESULT: QF (Toronto 06)

BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY

CAREER 1-2

04 RR

DOUBLES (1-0 in finals). INDIAN WELLS: Champion - 2011 (w/Dolgopolov)

(w/O. Rochus)

PERSONAL At age 13, made choice to play tennis over footballOlder brother Olivier is a lawyer in BelgiumLikes to play basketball, enjoys water-skiing and jet-skiingBegan playing golf in 1997 and is a single-digit handicap Entered Nick Bollettieri Academy in 1997 and trains there part of seasonTrains with Maxime Braeckman

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ADRIAN

MANNARINO (FRA)
Birthdate: June 29, 1988 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Soizy, France Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Soizy, France Weight: 145 (65kg) Career Win-Loss: 22-34 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $754,222 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-5 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 49 (July 4, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 362 (November 26, 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 87 (17-23) 2008: 131 (3-3) 2010: 83 (2-4) 2007: 367 (0-0) 2009: 180 (0-4) 2006: 444 (0-0)

2005: 913 (0-0) 2004:T1097 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $347,425. Matches won-lost: ATP: 17-23 (singles), 1-3 (doubles) Challenger: 5-6 (singles), 1-2 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Johannesburg. Quarterfinalist: Auckland, London / Queen's Club, St. Petersburg. 2011 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished in Top 100 for 2nd straight year and won a personal-best 17 matches, with best SF in Johannesburg (l. to eventual champ Anderson) in FebruaryAlso reached QF in Auckland (l. to Almagro), Queens Club (l. to Ward) and St. Petersburg (l. to Youzhny) Played in all 4 Grand Slam tournaments for 1st time in his career, reaching 2R at Australian Open and WimbledonBroke Top 50 afterwards at No. 49 on July 4 Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 11-14 on hard, 4-3 on grass and 2-6 on clayEarned a career-high $347,425 CAREER IN REVIEW The left-hander has compiled his best results on Challenger and Futures level tournaments, with a 72-52 match record and 3-5 mark in Challenger finals while putting together a 101-54 match total and 6-5 in Futures finals In 2010, finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 83Reached 3 finals in a 4-week span, in Recanati (l. to Bohli), Segovia (l. to Gimeno-Traver) and winner in Istanbul (d. Kukushkin)Qualified for 1st Grand Slam at US Open, reaching 2R (d. Riba in 5 sets, l. to Verdasco) In 2009, reached final at St. Brieuc (l. to Ouanna) and at Segovia (l. to F. Lopez)Made debut as a qualifier at Wimbledon and lost to countryman Gicquel in 1R In 2008, qualified in Metz in his 2nd career ATP event and advanced to SF without dropping a set before falling to Mathieu in 2 TBsFollowing week reached final at Rennes Challenger (l. to Ouanna)Closed season with 1st Challenger title at Jersey, Great Britain (d. A. Beck) GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-0)

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CAREER 1-2 0-3 1-2 1-2

11 2ND 1ST 2ND 1ST 11 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND

10 2ND 08 1ST

09 1ST 1ST 1ST

08 1ST

ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 2-7)

CAREER INDIAN WELLS 0-1 MIAMI 0-1 ROME 0-1 MADRID 1-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 0-1 PARIS 1-2

PERSONAL Began playing at age 5Father, Florent, teaches tennis; mother, Annie, is a former school teacher; has 3 older brothers, Julien, Thomas and Morgan, who has played 10 Futures events between 2006-10; one younger sister, IrisWhile growing up, admired fellow left-hander Marcelo RiosEnjoys playing on all surfacesConsiders volley as best shotSays best place he enjoys playing in is in his home countryFan of Paris St. Germain football teamFavourite actors are Jean Dujardin, Jamel Debbouze and Thomas NgijolCoached by Boris Vallejo and Oliver Ramos

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OLIVER

MARACH (AUT)
Birthdate: July 16, 1980 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Graz, Austria Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Graz, Austria Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 168-121 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,661,831 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 11/8 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 82 (August 7, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 8 (October 18, 2010) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 17 (39-25) 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) 1999: 826 (0-0) 2001: 253 (1-1) 1998: 798 (0-0) 2000: 261 (1-1)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $265,848. Matches won-lost: ATP: 39-25 (doubles) Challenger: 0-1 (singles), 0-1 (doubles). Doubles Winner: Buenos Aires(w/L. Mayer), Hamburg(w/Peya), Bangkok(w/Qureshi). Finalist: Santiago(w/Kubot), Belgrade(w/Peya). Semifinalist: Miami(w/Tipsarevic), Barcelona(w/Kubot), London / Queen's Club(w/Matkowski). 2011 IN REVIEW The Austrian finished in Top 20 for 3rd straight year, highlighted by 3 titles in 5 finals Won clay titles in Buenos Aires (w/L. Mayer) and Hamburg (w/Peya) and on hard courts in Bangkok (w/Qureshi) while reaching finals in Santiago (w/Kubot) and Belgrade (w/Peya) His best Grand Slam result was QF at Australian Open (w/Kubot) Played on Davis Cup team and won both of his matches vs. France and Belgium CAREER IN REVIEW A winner of 11 career ATP World Tour doubles titles and runner-up in 8 other eventsHas made 2 year-end final championship appearances, in 2009-10 (w/Kubot) In 2010, won clay titles in Santiago and Acapulco (w/Kubot) and in Munich (w/Ventura) while finishing No. 6 in ATP Doubles Team Rankings (w/Kubot) and earning a career-high $326,130 In 2009, earned 3 doubles titles in 4 finals and won a personal-best 41 matchesAdvanced to Grand Slambest SF at Australian OpenFinished No. 7 in doubles team rankings (w/Kubot) In 2008, won 2nd title in Acapulco (w/Mertinak) In 2007, won 1st ATP title in Bucharest (w/Mertinak) In 2006, reached a career-high No. 82 in singles on August 7 and played in all 4 Grand Slam events for 1st timeAlso reached 3 doubles finals In Davis Cup, 5-0 career mark (3-0 in singles) in 4 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (11). FINALIST (8). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-3) BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY

CAREER 3-3

10 RR

09 RR

(w/Kubot)

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6Nicknamed Oli by friends and familyFather, Hans-Karl, works for an electronic planning company; mother, Hildegard, is a housewifeHas 1 older sister, MichaelaHobbies include meeting up with friends, playing cards, spending time with his dogs and enjoying a glass of sweet wineIdols growing up were Andre Agassi, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer and countryman Thomas MusterFavourite surfaces are clay and slow hard courtsConsiders his forehand as best shot Best moment of his career so far is reaching SF at Australian Open in 2009 and qualifying for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in LondonCoached by Panamanian wife Jessie Marach (married July 4, 2009)

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MARCIN

MATKOWSKI (POL)
Birthdate: January 15, 1981 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Barlinek, Poland Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Szczecin, Poland Weight: 178 (80kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 262-215 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,934,247 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 11/20 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 647 (Sept. 11, 2000) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 9 (February 28, 2011) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 14 (24-29) 2008: T15(38-27) 2005: 52 (19-19) 2002: 204 (1-1) 1999:1282 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $365,257. Matches won-lost: ATP: 24-29 (doubles) Challenger: 4-0 (doubles). Doubles Finalist: US Open, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. Semifinalist: Monte-Carlo, Shanghai, Vienna(all w/Fyrstenberg), London / Queen's Club(w/Marach). 2011 IN REVIEW The Pole teamed with countryman Fyrstenberg to qualify for their 5th season-ending championship in the past 6 years (except 07)Did not win title in season, but reached finals at US Open (l. to Melzer-Petzschner) and Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (l. to Mirnyi-Nestor) In 1st half of season, struggled with 7-13 match record with best results SF at ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo and QF in 3 other events, including Australian Open in opening month Entered Flushing Meadows with a 9-19 mark and posted impressive wins over veteran duos Bhupathi-Paes in QF and Bopanna-Qureshi in SF, both in straight sets, before falling to Melzer-Petzschner Continued consistent play in final month with SF at ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai (d. Bryan brothers, l. to Llodra-Zimonjic) and in Vienna (l. to Bryans)Finished with QF at ATP Masters 1000 Paris (l. to BenneteauMahut) CAREER IN REVIEW The Polish doubles specialist has collected 11 ATP World Tour doubles titles (in 31 finals) with fellow countryman Fyrstenberg since 2003 and they won at least 1 title from 2003-10They have an overall 255-200 doubles record and have qualified for season-ending championship 5 times In 2010, captured title in Eastbourne (d. Fleming-Skupski) and runner-up in Kuala Lumpur (l. to CermakMertinak), Beijing (l. to Bryans), Shanghai (l. to Melzer-Paes) and Vienna (l. to Nestor-Zimonjic)Closed with SF at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (l. to Bhupathi-Mirnyi) In 2009, won titles in Eastbourne and Kuala Lumpur while reaching finals in Washington and Shanghai In 2008, won biggest career title at ATP Masters 1000 Madrid (d. Bhupathi-Knowles) and won 4th home soil event in Warsaw In 2007, won titles in Sopot and Vienna while reaching finals in New Haven, Metz and Madrid In 2006, advanced to 1st Grand Slam SF at Australian Open and won title in Bucharest and reaching 5 finals Costa do Sauipe, Barcelona, New Haven, Palermo and Basel In 2005, lone title came in native country, winning in Sopot In 2004, won 2nd career title in Costa do Sauipe In 2003, captured 1st ATP World Tour title in Sopot In Davis Cup, 19-8 career mark (15-7 doubles) in 22 ties2-time Olympian (2004 Athens 1R, 2008 Beijing QF) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (11). FINALIST (20). GRAND SLAM HISTORY
DOUBLES (0-1 in finals). US OPEN: Finalist - 2011 (w/Fyrstenberg)

BARCLAYS ATP WORLD TOUR FINALS HISTORY CAREER 11 10 09 08 9-10 RUP SF RR SF


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DOUBLES (1-3 in finals). MADRID: Champion - 2008 (w/Fyrstenberg); Finalist - 2007 (w/Fyrstenberg); SHANGHAI: Finalist - 2010, 2009 (w/Fyrstenberg).

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 8Father, Zbigniew; mother, JolantaHas 1 younger sister DominikaWent to college at UCLA from 2001-03 before turning proEnjoys going to movies and reading books, especially by Grisham, Clancy and BrownHis idol growing up was Pete Sampras and says hard courts are his favourite surfaceConsiders his serve and forehand as best part of his game

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FLORIAN

MAYER (GER)
Birthdate: October 5, 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Bayreuth, Germany Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Bayreuth, Germany Weight: 180 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 157-150 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3,362,389 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/4 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 8-28 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 18 (June 6, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 62 (September 26, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 23 (45-26) 2008: 344 (2-10) 2005: 75 (21-25) 2002: 476 (0-0) 2010: 37 (23-18) 2007: 55 (18-25) 2004: 35 (19-19) 2001: T874 (0-0) 2009: 61 (3-6) 2006: 57 (26-21) 2003: 254 (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,035,324. Matches won-lost: ATP: 45-26 (singles), 12-16 (doubles). Singles Winner: Bucharest. Finalist: Munich. Semifinalist: Sydney, Zagreb. Quarterfinalist: Brisbane, Dubai, Rome, Halle, Hamburg, Shanghai, Basel. Doubles Semifinalist: Montral(w/Berdych), Cincinnati(w/Cabal). 2011 IN REVIEW The top German compiled his best season, finishing a year-end best No. 23, winning a career-high 45 matches and breaking through to capture his 1st ATP World Tour title in Bucharest (d. Andujar)Also runner-up in Munich (l. to Davydenko) in May and SF in Sydney (l. to Troicki) in January and Zagreb (l. to Berrer) in February Overall appeared in QF or better 11 times, including Shanghai (l. to Lopez)Reached a career-high ranking of No. 18 on June 6 In Grand Slam play, won at least a round in each for 1st time, including personal-best 3R at US Open (l. to No. 5 Ferrer) Went 2-6 vs. Top 10 opponents with wins over No. 2 Nadal in Shanghai and No. 8 Melzer, who retired after dropping first in 2R in RomeCompiled marks of 23-16 on hard a 19-8 on clay and 3-2 on grassEarned a career-high $1,035,324 CAREER IN REVIEW The German has finished in Top 75 7 of past 8 years (except 08) while reaching 5 ATP World Tour finals (1-4) In 2010, the No. 2 German (behind No. 34 Kohlschreiber) finished in Top 50 for 1st time since 2004 with runner-up in Stockholm (l. to Federer) In 2009, made ranking jump of 283 positions from previous season as he compiled a 43-16 Challenger match record and won 2 titles in 5 finals In 2008, played until May before a finger injury sidelined him for rest of seasonUnderwent surgery on 2nd finger on his left hand in mid-JuneSlipped to No. 344 In 2007, made 4 ATP QF appearances, highlighted by win over No. 3 Davydenko in 2R in Halle In 2006, achieved a career-high 26 match wins with runner-up in Sopot for 2nd straight year (l. to No. 6 Davydenko) In 2005, advanced to 1st ATP World Tour final in Sopot (d. Nieminen, Coria in SF; l. to Monfils)Reached 4R in MiamiHelped lead his country to its 4th ATP World Team Cup title In 2004, named ATP Newcomer of the Year after climbing over 200 ranking positions from previous year (from 254 to 35)Advanced to 1st ATP SF in Estoril (l. to Chela) and Grand Slam-best QF in Wimbledon debut (d. Arthurs, No. 3 Coria, Ferreira and J. Johansson, l. to Grosjean) In Davis Cup, 4-5 career singles mark in 6 tiesCompeted in 2004 Athens Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (1): 2011 Bucharest(CL). FINALIST (4): 2011 Munich(CL); 2010 Stockholm(IH); 2006 Sopot(CL); 2005 Sopot(CL).. CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-5)

AUS. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN

CAREER 8-8 2-5 11-6 4-6

11 2ND 2ND 2ND 3RD

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08 1ST

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CAREER W-L: 27-32 BEST RESULT: QF (Rome 11, Shanghai 11)


PERSONAL Began playing at age 5Nicknamed FloHis father, Bernd, is a teacher, and his mother, Sabine, is a shop managerHas 1 younger brother, MichaelIdolized Boris Becker and Pete Sampras as a childTrained as a junior with the German Tennis FederationTurned professional at age 17 after completing schoolA football fan, his favourite team is Bayern MunichTrains at Tennis Base in Oberhaching outside MunichCoached by countryman Tobias Summerer (since October 2009)

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LEONARDO

MAYER (ARG)
Birthdate: May 15, 1987 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Corrientes, Argentina Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 35-47 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $998,067 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-7 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 51 (June 7, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 88 (July 5, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

78 (4-7) 2008: 102 (1-1) 94 (13-21) 2007: 189 (0-0) 75 (17-18) 2006: 292 (0-0)

2005: 718 (0-0) 2004:T1339 (0-0) 2003:T1405 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $189,913. Matches won-lost: ATP: 4-7 (singles), 5-3 (doubles) Challenger: 37-14 (singles), 4-7 (doubles). Doubles Winner: Buenos Aires(w/Marach). 2011 IN REVIEW The Argentine finished in Top 100 for 3rd straight year, highlighted by successful Challenger campaign (37-14 record) with 3-2 mark in clay finals Ranking fell to No. 217 going into Roland Garros where he qualified and reached 3R for 2nd year in a row (d. Brown, Baghdatis, l. to Soderling) His best Challenger results came in 2nd half of year with title in Dortmund (d. Schoorel) on July 31, runner-up in Trani (l. to Darcis) following week, finalist in Genova (l. to Klizan) in September and titles in Napoli-2 (d. Giannessi) in October and Sao Leopoldo (d. Ciric) in November CAREER IN REVIEW The Buenos Aires resident has finished in Top 100 in 3 straight years, including a season-ending best No. 75 in 2009Has compiled his best results in Challenger level with a 129-77 match record and 6-7 in finals In 2010, reached a career-high No. 51 after his Grand Slam best 3R at Roland Garros (l. to Cilic)Advanced to SF in Nice (d. Bellucci, l. to Verdasco) and QF in Sydney and Delray BeachIn doubles, advanced to 1st ATP World Tour final in San Jose (w/Becker). In 2009, made Top 100 breakthrough for 1st time and finished No. 75, highlighted by a personal-high 17 matches and advanced to 1st ATP World Tour SF in Los Angeles (l. to Ball)Reached QF on 3 different surfaces in Acapulco (clay), Eastbourne (grass) and New Haven (hard)Earned a career-high $323,542 In 2008, finished with 44-21 Challenger match record and 1 title in 4 finals In 2007, captured Challenger titles at Cuenca (d. Bellucci) and Puebla (d. Olenjniczak) and reached final at Graz (l. to Hanescu)Had a 26-22 record In 2006, advanced to QF or better in 4 Challengers, including a final in Puebla (l. to Kendrick) As a junior in 2005, reached a career-high No. 2 before finishing No. 5Reached QF at US Open (d. Querrey, l. to eventual winner Sweeting), his best Grand Slam resultIn doubles, captured 5 titles, including Roland Garros and Orange Bowl (both w/Massa) In Davis Cup, 1-3 career mark (1-2 in singles) in 3 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-2)

AUS. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN

CAREER 0-2 5-3 1-2 1-2

11 1ST 3RD 10 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST

10 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 09 2ND

09 2ND 2ND 2ND

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 0-1 MIAMI 0-1 ROME 0-1 MADRID 1-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 1-2

PERSONAL Full name is Leonardo Martin MayerNicknamed LeoBegan playing tennis at age 9Father, Orlando, works in a bank; mother, Estela, is a teacherHas 2 brothers Gabriel and Walter, 1 sister, Veronica. Considers clay as favourite surface and forehand as strengthFavourite hobby is playing footballLists Maradona as the most inspirational person in his lifeIf he wasnt a tennis player he would be a football player, most likely a goalkeeperCoached by former ATP pro Emiliano Redondi
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RICARDO

MELLO (BRA)
Birthdate: December 21, 1980 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Campinas, Brazil Height: 5'9" (1.75m) Residence: Campinas, Brazil Weight: 161 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 58-87 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1,367,934 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-11 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 50 (July 25, 2005) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 118 (July 11, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 85 (8-16) 2008: 199 (0-0) 2010: 76 (7-11) 2007: 251 (5-7) 2009: 151 (0-3) 2006: 133 (4-9)

2005: 112 (16-23) 2002: 134 (0-1) 1999:460 (0-0) 1996:T1294 (0-0) 2004: 70 (11-8) 2001: 149 (2-1) 1998:T1085 (0-0) 2003: 138 (5-8) 2000: 309 (0-0) 1997:T1343 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $224,213. Matches won-lost: ATP: 8-16 (singles), 1-3 (doubles) Challenger: 24-6 (singles), 2-2 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Costa do Sauipe. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Brazilian (behind No. 37 Bellucci) finished in Top 100 for 2nd year in a row with a late surge on Challenger circuit on home soilWon all 3 Challenger titles during year in native country - 1st week of campaign in Sao Paulo (d. Camilo), on Oct. 2 at Recife-2 (d. Dutra Silva) and 4 weeks later at Sao Jose Rio Preto (d. Schwank)Finished with 24-6 match record Best ATP World Tour result was SF in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Dolgopolov) in February Played in Davis Cup World Group playoff tie vs. Russia and lost to Tursunov in 4 sets in decisive 5th rubber CAREER IN REVIEW The Brazilian has played well throughout his career in Challengers with a 244-151 match record, including 158 in finalsFrom '05-09 did not finish in Top 100 until resurgence in '10 In 2010, finished in Top 100 for 1st time in 6 years with best ATP result SF on home soil in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Ferrero) In 2005, won a personal-high 16 matches on ATP World Tour and reached career-best No. 50 on July 25 before slipping to No. 112 at year-endEarned career-high $257,673 In 2004, captured his lone ATP World Tour title in Delray Beach in September and en route, defeated top 3 seeds of Spadea (F), Fish (2R) and Ancic (SF)Finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 70 that yearHis best Grand Slam result came at US Open (prior to Delray Beach) as a qualifier, reaching 3R (l. to Haas) In 1996, earned his 1st ATP ranking point at age 15 (as a wildcard) by playing in his hometown Challenger in Campinas, losing to Kuerten in 1R In Davis Cup, 8-7 career singles record in 10 ties CAREER TITLES (1): 2004 Delray Beach(H). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-3)

AUS. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN

CAREER 1-4 0-4 1-3 4-4

11 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 11 2ND 1ST

10 1ST 1ST 2ND 10 2ND 1ST

06 1ST 09 1ST

05 2ND 1ST 1ST 2ND 07 2ND

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 2-3 MIAMI 3-6 ROME 0-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 1-1 CINCINNATI 0-1

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6 at Equestrian Club of Campinas with local prosCampinas is a cultural city, 1 hour drive from Sao PauloNicknamed Papagayo, which means parrott in EnglishThe nickname was given to him by his close friends because he is very reservedYounger brother Henrique played briefly at Futures level and reached career-high No. 861 in 2002They have played doubles together in couple of events Considers hard courts his favourite surfaceCoached by Carlos Albano since 2008

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JURGEN

MELZER (AUT)
Birthdate: May 22, 1981 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Vienna, Austria Height: 6'0" (1.84m) Residence: Vienna, Austria Weight: 178 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 274-245 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $6,921,921 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/7 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 12-48 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 8 (April 18, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 6 (September 13, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 33 (22-23) 2008: 34 (30-26) 2005: 54 (26-26) 2002: 90 (10-11) 1999:465 (1-1) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,133,482. Matches won-lost: ATP: 22-23 (singles), 28-16 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Monte-Carlo. Quarterfinalist: Marseille, Barcelona, Hamburg, Kuala Lumpur, Vienna. Doubles Winner: Rotterdam, Stuttgart, US Open. Semifinalist: Miami, Kuala Lumpur(all w/Petzschner). 2011 IN REVIEW The top Austrian finished in Top 35 for 4th consecutive year with his best result and 1st career ATP Masters 1000 SF in Monte-Carlo in April (d. Federer -QF, l. to Ferrer)Also made 5 QF Broke Top 10 on Jan. 31 after 4R at Australian Open and then slipped out for a week before returning on Feb. 14 and was there for 15 straight weeks until falling out on June 6Reached career-high No. 8 on Apr. 18 (there for 8 weeks) Went 1-4 vs. Top 10 opponents with lone win over No. 3 Federer in Monte-CarloCompiled marks of 11-14 on hard, 9-8 on clay and 2-1 on grass In doubles w/Petzschner, captured 3 titles, Rotterdam, Stuttgart and US Open, his 2nd Grand Slam crown (10 Wimbledon)Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (1-2 in round robin play)Finished at No. 13 individually with 28-16 record CAREER IN REVIEW The Austrian veteran has 10 straight Top 100 seasons, including 6 of last 8 in Top 50, with year-end best No. 11 in 2010A 3-time singles and 12-time doubles winner, including 3 Grand Slam titles (1 mixed) In 2010, the top Austrian finished in Top 20 for 1st time by advancing to QF or better 13 timesRepeated title in hometown of Vienna (d. Haider-Maurer) and played in most combined matches (130) and won 1st Grand Slam doubles title (w/Petzschner)Reached 1st Slam SF at Roland Garros (d. Djokovic, l. to Nadal) Only player to finish in Top 15 in singles (No. 11) and doubles (No. 8)Earned a career-high $2,037,084 In 2009, earned singles title in his hometown of Vienna (d. Haider-Maurer) and finished in Top 30 for 1st time In 2007, suffered left wrist injury in Halle and withdrew from Wimbledon, snapping a streak of 20 straight Slams played (missed 7 weeks) In 2006, captured 1st ATP title in Bucharest and finalist in Houston and Metz In 1999, captured Wimbledon junior title (d. Pless) In Davis Cup, 25-30 career mark (16-21 in singles) in 24 ties since 992-time Olympian (2008 Beijing QF, 2004 Athens 1R) CAREER TITLES (3): 2010 Vienna(IH); 2009 Vienna(IH); 2006 Bucharest(CL). FINALIST (7): 2010 Hamburg(CL); 2008 Kitzbhel(CL); 2007 Las Vegas(H); 2006 Houston(CL), Metz(IH); 2005 St. Plten(CL); 2003 Newport(G). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (12). FINALIST (13). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-12)

AUS. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN

DOUBLES (2-0 in finals). ROLAND GARROS: Mixed Champion - 2011 (w/Benesova); WIMBLEDON: Champion - 2010 (w/Petzschner); US OPEN: Champion - 2011 (w/Petzschner)

CAREER 11-9 14-9 12-10 12-10

11 4TH 2ND 3RD 2ND

10 1ST SF 4TH 4TH

09 3RD 3RD 3RD 2ND

08 2ND 3RD 3RD 3RD

07 2ND 2ND 2ND

06 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST

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CAREER W-L: 42-52 BEST RESULT: SF (Monte-Carlo 11)

CAREER 2-4

11 RR

10 RR

DOUBLES (1-0 in finals). SHANGHAI: Champion - 2010 (w/Paes)

(w/Petzschner)

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 9Father, Rudolf, is a businessman and former mayor of Deutsch-Wagram; mother, Michaela, is a saleswomanHas 1 younger brother, Gerald, who finished No. 434 in 2010Speaks German, English and FrenchChildhood idols were Stefan Edberg, Michael Stich and Patrick RafterHobbies include watching favourite football teams, Bayern Munich and Austria Wien, and playing golfVoted Sportsman of Year in Austria in 2010Fitness trainer is Jan Velthuis and coached by former ATP pro Joakim Nystrom
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MAX

MIRNYI (BLR)
Birthdate: July 6, 1977 Turned Pro: 1996 Birthplace: Minsk, Belarus Height: 6'5" (1.96m) Residence: Bradenton, Florida, USA Weight: 205 (92kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 558-278 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $9,685,687 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 41/37 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 18 (August 18, 2003) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (June 9, 2003) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 3 (49-19) 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: 11 (38-20) 2000: 9 (40-22)

1999: 32 (29-12) 1995: 314 (1-0) 1998: 125 (7-13) 1997: 85 (11-16) 1996: 167 (1-3)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $790,738. Matches won-lost: ATP: 49-19 (doubles) . Doubles Winner: Memphis, Roland Garros, Shanghai, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. Finalist: Miami, Vienna, Basel. Semifinalist: Brisbane, Australian Open, Barcelona, London/ Queen's Club, Montral, Paris(all w/Nestor). 2011 IN REVIEW The Belarus native reunited full-time with Nestor, after a brief partnership in 2000, capturing 4 titles in 7 finals, including Grand Slam crown at Roland Garros (d. Cabal-Schwank) and title at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals Won their 1st title together in Memphis (d. Butorac-Rojer)Also won in Shanghai (d. Llodra-Zimonjic) Runner-up in 3 events, including Miami (l. to Bhupathi-Paes) In Grand Slam play, compiled a 12-3 mark with SF at Australian Open (l. to Bhupathi-Paes), title at Roland Garros, 2R at Wimbledon and US Open CAREER IN REVIEW The Belarusian finished in Top 100 singles rankings for 8 consecutive years from 1999-06 with year-end best No. 23 in 03 at 40-28Has finished in Top 15 in doubles in 10 of past 12 years while earning 41 double titles (5 Grand Slam crowns) with 16 different partners plus 3 mixed doubles Slam titles for 8 total Slam titles Has finished as No. 2 team 4 timesIndividually in doubles, became No. 1 in June 2003 and has a total of 39 weeks as top player In Davis Cup, 51-30 career mark (24-18 in singles) in 42 ties since 19943-time Olympian (2000 Sydney QF, 2004 Athens 3R and 2008 Beijing 1R) CAREER TITLES (1): 2003 Rotterdam(IH). FINALIST (3): 2001 Stuttgart(IH); 2005 Memphis(IH), Nottingham(G). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (41). FINALIST (37). GRAND SLAM HISTORY
DOUBLES (5-4 in finals). AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Finalist - 2007 (w/Bjorkman); ROLAND GARROS: Champion - 2011 (w/Nestor), 2006, 2005 (w/Bjorkman); WIMBLEDON: Finalist - 2003 (w/Bhupathi); Mixed Champion - 1998 (w/S. Williams); US OPEN: Champion - 2002 (w/Bhupathi), 2000 (w/Hewitt); Finalist - 2006, 2005 (w/Bjorkman); Mixed Champion - 2007 (w/Azarenka), 1998 (w/S. Williams).

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CAREER 19-13

11 10 09 07 WON RUP RUP RR

(11 w/Nestor; 10, 03-04 w/Bhupathi; 09 w/A. Ram; 05-07 w/Bjorkman)

06 05 WON RR

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DOUBLES (16-11 in finals). INDIAN WELLS: Finalist - 2009 (w/A. Ram), 2002 (w/ Federer); MIAMI: Champion - 2009 (w/A. Ram), 2006, 2005 (w/Bjorkman), 2003 (w/Federer); Finalist - 2011 (w/Nestor), 2010 (w/Bhupathi); MONTE CARLO: Champion - 2006 (w/Bjorkman), 2003 (w/Bhupathi), Finalist - 2010; MADRID: Champion - 2003 (w/Bhupathi), Finalist - 2002 (w/Bhupathi); ROME: Champion - 2004 (w/Bhupathi); HAMBURG: Champion - 2005 (w/Bjorkman), Finalist - 2003 (w/Bhupahti); MONTREAL/TORONTO: Champion-2003 (w/Bhupathi), Finalist 2009 (w/A. Ram), 2004 (w/Bjorkman); CINCINNATI: Champion - 2006, 2005 (w/Bjorkman), Finalist - 2010, 2002 (w/Bhupathi); STUTTGART: Champion - 2001(w/Stolle); SHANGHAI: Champion - 2011 (w/Nestor); PARIS: Champion - 2000 (w/Kulti), 2010 (w/Bhupathi).

PERSONAL Full name is Maxim Nikolaevich Mirnyi...Nicknamed The Beast for his size and fearless play...Began playing tennis at age 6 with his father, Nikolai, who sent his son from Belarus to Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1991 then to Bradenton, Fla. in1992 to train at IMG-Bollettieri Academy...Spends part of year in his native Minsk...Plays guitar and in 2004, recorded 4 songs...Considers aggression as best part of his game...Brother, Peter (born Aug. 1, 1985), is currently at USF and enjoyed a college basketball career during his study...Step-brother, Timothy (born Sept. 28, 2000)...Coached by father, NikolaiMother, Tatiana, was a swimmer and held a Belarus national record in 1971 (200 meters butterfly)In November 2001, received highest State Honorary Title for his achievements in sports by Belarus prime minister...In 2002, named UN AIDS Ambassador for Belarus...In September 2003, his father released a book entitled, Mirnyi Tennis, which translates as Peaceful Tennis...In February 2004, after a Davis Cup win over Russia, Belarus president awarded him with highest Government Title Orden Otechestva... In May 2004, was voted to a 4-year term as vice-president of Belarus Tennis Federation. Has served as a UNICEF Good Will Ambassador for Belarus since 2006...Completed his International Law degree at the Belarus State University in July 2008Wife, Ksenia (nicknamed Ksusha) married July 10, 2004 in Minsk; daughters, Melanie (born Dec. 16, 2004) and Petra (born Mar. 08, 2007), son Demid (born Nov. 10, 2009)

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JUAN

MONACO (ARG)
Birthdate: March 29, 1984 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Tandil, Argentina Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina Weight: 169 (76kg) Career Win-Loss: 217-173 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,345,378 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/8 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 13-36 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 14 (February 4, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 41 (January 5, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

26 (31-27) 2008: 26 (30-20) 2007: 30 (36-26) 2006:

47 (28-20) 2005: 88 (17-25) 2002: 605 (0-0) 23 (41-19) 2004: 72 (16-13) 2001: 791 (0-0) 70 (18-23) 2003: 319 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $872,640. Matches won-lost: ATP: 31-27 (singles), 7-14 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Valencia. Quarterfinalist: Buenos Aires, Acapulco, Winston-Salem, Paris. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Argentine behind (No. 11 del Potro) finished in Top 30 for 4th time in 5 years (except 08) with his best result a 1st career hard court final in Valencia (l. to Granollers) as a wild card Also a QF 4 other times, in Buenos Aires (l. to Wawrinka) and Acapulco (l. to Ferrer) on clay and in WinstonSalem (l. to Roddick) and Paris (l. to Federer) on hard Member of Davis Cup finalist team, losing opening rubber to Nadal in Sevilla Went 4-8 vs. Top 10 opponents, with wins over Monfils, Fish (2 times), and FerrerCompiled marks of 16-13 on clay and 15-13 on hardEarned a career-high $872,640 CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine has finished in Top 50 for 5 straight years, including a year-end best No. 23 in 2007 when he won all 3 of his ATP World Tour titlesHas an overall 3-8 career mark in finals, all but 1 coming on clay In 2010, advanced to QF or better 6 timesReached his 1st ATP Masters 1000 SF in Shanghai (l. to Murray) and played on winning ATP World Team Championship teamSidelined 3 months with left wrist injury In 2009, reached finals in Buenos Aires, Bstad and Bucharest In 2008, at Via del Mar, sprained left ankle in doubles final and had to withdraw from next days singles final In 2007, won 3 titles and personal-high 41 matches, 28 on clay (2nd to Nadals 31) In 2005, reached 1st ATP final in Casablanca (l. to Puerta) In Davis Cup, 5-6 career singles mark in 8 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (3): 2007 Buenos Aires(CL), Prtschach(CL), Kitzbhel(CL). FINALIST (8): 2011 Valencia(IH); 2010 Santiago(CL); 2009 Buenos Aires(CL), Bstad(CL), Bucharest(CL); 2008 Via del Mar(CL), Prtschach(CL); 2005 Casablanca(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-5)

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CAREER 6-7 7-8 0-4 6-8

11 2ND 1ST 1ST 4TH 11 2ND 3RD 1ST 2ND 3RD 1ST 2ND 1ST QF

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

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ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 49-44)

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

PERSONAL Started playing at age 6Father, Hector, is a businessmanMother, Cristina, is an architectHas a sister, Mara, and brother, AndresLived and practiced in Barcelona from age 15 to 18, thats where he got his tennis formationChildhood coach was Marcelo Gomez in TandilEnjoys spending time at home in Tandil with family and friends eating Argentinean asado (Argentinean barbecue)Fellow ATP players Mariano Zabaleta, Juan Martin del Potro, Maximo Gonzalez and Diego Junqueira also originate from TandilEnjoys playing football Favourite team is Estudiantes de la Plata. Favourite player is friend Sebastian VeronFan of NFLs Panthers and SteelersFavourite surface is clayGrew up idolizing Andre Agassi and countryman Mariano Zabaleta Favourite movies are Gladiator and 300Favourite book is El EternautaFavourite TV shows are Entourage, Spartacus and CalifornicationCoached by former ATP pros Jose Clavet and Mariano Zabaleta (since July 2011)
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GAEL

MONFILS (FRA)
Birthdate: September 1, 1986 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Paris, France Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Trelex, Switzerland Weight: 177 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 225-136 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5,937,343 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/11 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 19-37 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 7 (July 4, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 155 (August 8, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

16 (38-16) 2008: 12 (46-20) 2007: 13 (42-19) 2006:

14 (30-17) 2005: 31 (25-22) 38 (21-21) 2004: 231 (3-2) 46 (20-19) 2003: T947 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,094,353. Matches won-lost: ATP: 38-16 (singles), 3-8 (doubles). Singles Winner: Stockholm. Finalist: Washington. Semifinalist: Halle, Bangkok. Quarterfinalist: Barcelona, Roland Garros, Hamburg, Montral, Cincinnati, Valencia. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 3 Frenchman (behind Tsonga, Simon) finished in Top 20 for 4th straight year, highlighted by his 4th career ATP World Tour title in Stockholm (d. Nieminen)Also finalist in Washington, D.C. (l. to Stepanek) in his first U.S. finalOverall reached QF or better 11 times, including Roland Garros Ranked in Top 10 for most of season, 32 straight weeks, from Apr. 4 to Nov. 7 In February, reached SF in San Jose where he withdrew (vs. Raonic) due to a left wrist injury (sidelined for 2 months)Also SF in Halle in June (l. to eventual champ Kohlschreiber) and Bangkok (l. to Young)Following Bangkok, withdrew from Beijing and Shanghai due to a knee injury Went 1-4 vs. Top 10 opponents with lone win over No. 7 Ferrer at Roland Garros and compiled marks of 22-8 on hard, 11-6 on clay and 5-2 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman is 1of 7 players to finish in Top 15 past 4 years and a 4-time title winner In 2010, helped France to Davis Cup final (l. 3-2 to Serbia)Was 1-3 in finals, winning Montpellier (d. Ljubicic) and final at Paris for 2nd straight year (d. Murray, Federer, l. to Soderling), Stuttgart (ret. vs. Montanes w/right ankle) and Tokyo (l. to Nadal)Won personal-best 46 matchesEarned career-high $1,303,546 In 2009, reached 1st ATP Masters 1000 final in Paris (l. to Djokovic)Broke Top 10 with Acapulco final (l. to Almagro)Injuried with right wrist (Australian Open), left knee (before Roland Garros) and left wrist (Queens) In 2008, finished in Top 20 for 1st time and turned in best Slam result SF at Roland Garros (l. to Federer)Missed 2 months with right knee injury In 2007, retired with back injury in Queens QF, also had right foot injury, stress fracture in left foot and then sprained right ankle in Madrid In 2005, climbed 200 ranking spots and named ATP Newcomer of the YearWon 1st title in Sopot (d. F. Mayer) and runner-up in Metz and Lyon As a junior in 2004, was No. 1 in juniors with titles at Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon In Davis Cup, 5-2 career singles mark in 6 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (QF) CAREER TITLES (4): 2011 Stockholm(IH); 2010 Montpellier(IH); 2009 Metz(IH); 2005 Sopot(CL). FINALIST (11): 2011 Washington(H); 2010 Stuttgart(CL), Tokyo(H), Paris(IH); 2009 Acapulco(CL), Paris(IH); 2008 Vienna(IH); 2007 Prtschach(CL); 2006 Doha(H); 2005 Metz(IH), Lyon(IC). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 9-3)

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CAREER 10-6 19-7 8-5 12-6

11 3RD QF 3RD 2ND

10 3RD 2ND 3RD QF

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08 SF 4TH

07 3RD 3RD 3RD

06 1ST 4TH 1ST 2ND

05 2ND 1ST 3RD 1ST

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CAREER W-L: 46-43 BEST RESULT: RUP (Paris 10, Paris 09)
PERSONAL Full name Gael Sebastien MonfilsNicknamed LamonfFather, Rufin, a former football player, comes from island of Guadeloupe and is agent for France TelecomMother, Sylvette, comes from island of Martinique and is a nurseHas 1 younger brother, DarylConsiders Arthur Ashe his favourite playerIf he didnt play tennis he would play basketballFan of NBAs Detroit Pistons and favourite basketball player is Carmelo Anthony Known for being an excellent breakdancerAppears as himself in the official video of the song Hello by Martin Solveig and Dragonette which was produced on the center court of Roland GarrosLikes to stay in touch with his fans via TwitterBest friends are countrymen Josselin Ouanna, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Paterne Mamata

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ALBERT

MONTANES (ESP)
Birthdate: November 26, 1980 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Sant Carles de la Rapita, Spain Height: 5'9" (1.75m) Residence: Barcelona, Spain Weight: 155 (70kg) Career Win-Loss: 202-219 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,441,368 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/5 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 5-27 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 22 (August 2, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 73 (July 23, 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 53 (22-25) 2008: 46 (24-23) 2005: 74 (10-19) 2002: 80 (17-24) 1999:289 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $602,963. Matches won-lost: ATP: 22-25 (singles), 4-15 (doubles) Challenger: 3-1 (singles) . Singles Finalist: Kitzbhel. Semifinalist: Casablanca. Quarterfinalist: Buenos Aires, Belgrade. Doubles Semifinalist: Costa do Sauipe(w/Ramirez Hidalgo). 2011 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished out of Top 50 for 1st time since 2006 and his best result came in August when he reached his 10th career ATP World Tour final in Kitzbhel, losing to HaaseAlso advanced to SF in Casablanca (l. to Andujar) and QF in Buenos Aires (l. to Chela) in February and Belgrade (l. to Lopez) in May Compiled 17-14 mark on clay and 5-10 on hard courtsWent 0-2 vs. Top 10 foes CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 50 4 straight years (2007-10), highlighted by year-end best No. 25 in 2010, and owns a 5-5 career mark in ATP World Tour finals, all on clay In 2010, repeated title in Estoril (d. No. 1 Federer in SF; d. Gil) and won 5th career title in Stuttgart (d. Monfils)Earned personal-high 37 match wins and reached SF or better 6 times, including 2 on hard courts (Auckland, Montpellier-1st indoor)Reached 4R at US Open, best Slam resultEarned career-high $888,579 In 2009, won clay titles in Estoril (d. Blake, saving 2 MPs) and Bucharest (d. Monaco) and collected 24 match wins for 3rd straight year In 2008, broke through to earn his 1st ATP title in Amersfoort (d. Darcis) and won 1st doubles title in Casablanca (w/Ventura) In 2007, reached 4th ATP final in Casablanca (l. to Mathieu) to finish in Top 50 for 1st time In 2006, reached 4 QF on clay and advanced to 3R at Roland Garros for 3rd time (01-02) In 2005, runner-up in Acapulco (l. to Nadal) In 2004, finalist in Valencia (l. to Verdasco) CAREER TITLES (5): 2010 Estoril(CL), Stuttgart(CL); 2009 Estoril(CL), Bucharest(CL); 2008 Amersfoort(CL). FINALIST (5): 2011 Kitzbhel(CL); 2007 Casablanca(CL); 2005 Acapulco(CL); 2004 Valencia(CL); 2001 Bucharest(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (4). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 6-2)

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CAREER 4-10 15-10 6-10 4-10

11 2ND 4TH 1ST 1ST 11 4TH 2ND 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 2ND

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: 24-37)

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

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6 at club de tenis San Carles de la RapitaFather, Juan Francisco, is a supervisor of REPSOL, a petroleum company; mother, Elodia, is a house wifeHas 1 older brother, Jonathan, and 1 younger brother, FranEnjoys watching rally car racing and football (favourite team is FC Barcelona)Enjoys action movies, techno music and going out with friends on holidaysHis favourite surface is clay and considers his forehand as best shotCoached by Narcis Pelach (since September 2008)
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GILLES

MULLER (LUX)
Birthdate: May 9, 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Luxembourg, Luxembourg Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Leudelange, Luxembourg Weight: 201 (90kg) Career Win-Loss: 88-94 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1,681,866 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 5-16 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 42 (October 3, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 147 (October 10, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 54 (17-12) 2008: 99 (7-6) 2005: 80 (21-23) 2002: 276 (3-2) 2010: 134 (2-2) 2007: 115 (3-6) 2004: 68 (13-9) 2001: 536 (2-3) 2009: 248 (5-9) 2006: 106 (13-20) 2003: 189 (2-2) 2000: T845 (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $354,421. Matches won-lost: ATP: 17-12 (singles), 2-2 (doubles) Challenger: 23-9 (singles), 1-2 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Atlanta, Metz. 2011 IN REVIEW The Luxembourg native finished a year-end best No. 54 with 2 ATP World Tour SF - in Atlanta (l. to Isner) and Metz (l. to Ljubicic)Won a personal-high 17 matches and reached a career-high No. 42 on Oct. 3 Played well in Grand Slam tournaments (6-3), reaching 2R at Australian Open (qualified, l. to Soderling), 3R at Wimbledon (l. to Nadal) and 4R at US Open (l. to Nadal) On Challenger circuit, compiled a 23-9 match record with 1 title and 3 more finals Went 0-5 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 15-11 on hard and 2-1 on grass while earning a career-high $354,421 CAREER IN REVIEW The veteran from Luxembourg is most accomplished player in his countrys history, with an 88-94 career record and 2 ATP World Tour final appearancesAlso owns 176-25 Challenger record with 6 titles and 45-25 Futures record with 4 titles. In 2010, returned from injury in January with Futures finalWas 2-2 in ATP eventsReached 3 Challenger finals, in Bergamo (l. to K. Beck), Cherbourg (l. to Mahut) and Tashkent (l. to K. Beck) In 2009, reached Australian Open 3R, defeating F. Lopez in 1R 16-14 in 5th set (l. to del Potro) In 2008, had career-best US Open with QF (d. No. 5 Davydenko, l. to Federer)Was 19-11 in Challengers with 2 titles In 2007, posted back-to-back Challenger finals at Rennes (l. to Petzschner) and Kolding (l. to Lacko) In 2005, won 21 career-high matchesReached 2nd ATP final in Los Angeles (l. to Agassi)Made Wimbledon debut with wins over Mantilla and No. 3 Nadal (l. to Gasquet)Earned 1st US Open win over No. 3 Roddick in 3 TBsReached QF at Bangkok (l. to Federer) In 2004, became 1st player from his country to finish in Top 100 and reached maiden ATP final in Washington, earning 1st Top 10 win over No. 6 Agassi in SF (l. to Hewitt)Won Challengers in Napoli (d. Di Pasquale) and Cordoba (d. Almagro) while reaching 2 other finals In 2003, reached 1st Challenger final at Napoli (l. to Gasquet) and claimed 1st title at Valladolid (d. Navarro Pastor)Was 21-19 in Challengers In 2002, made ATP debut as wild card in s-Hertogenbosch (l. to Heuberger)Won 3 Futures titles In juniors, was year-end No. 1 in 2001, winning US Open title (d. Wang) and finalist at Wimbledon (l. to Valent) In Davis Cup, 43-17 career mark (27-11 in singles) in 26 ties since 2001 CAREER FNALIST (2): 2004 Washington(H); 2005 Los Angeles(H). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-2)

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CAREER 5-6 0-3 5-5 8-4

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09 3RD 1ST 1ST

08 QF

07 2ND 2ND

06 2ND 1ST 1ST 1ST

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ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY

CAREER W-L: 2-7 BEST RESULT: 3R (Indian Wells 05)


PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 5Nicknamed "Mulles"Parents are Marcel, who is a retired postal worker, and Miriam, who is a housewifeHis brother Patrick works for a security companyAttended high school in Luxumbourg until he was 16, then moved to FranceCompleted 1 more year of schooling thereSpeaks French, English, German and LuxembourgishEnjoys rock music and good moviesEnjoys all sports, especially football and basketball...Wife Alessia Fauzzi (married July 10, 2010)Son Lenny (born May 6, 2011)Works with physical trainer Frank EicherCoached by Benoit Carelli (during tournaments) and Alexandre Lisiecki (when in Luxembourg)

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ANDY

MURRAY (GBR)
Birthdate: May 15, 1987 Turned Pro: 2005 Birthplace: Dunblane, Scotland Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: London, England Weight: 185 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 323-107 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $19,147,391 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 21/9 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 49-39 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 2 (August 17, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 51 (October 17, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

4 (56-13) 2008: 4 (46-18) 2007: 4 (66-11) 2006:

4 (58-16) 2005: 65 (14-10) 11 (43-14) 2004: 514 (0-0) 17 (40-25) 2003: 546 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $5,180,091. Matches won-lost: ATP: 56-13 (singles), 12-7 (doubles) . Singles Winner: London / Queen's Club, Cincinnati, Bangkok, Tokyo, Shanghai. Finalist: Australian Open. Semifinalist: Monte-Carlo, Rome, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open. Quarterfinalist: Paris. Doubles Winner: Tokyo. Semifinalist: Rotterdam(both w/J. Murray). 2011 IN REVIEW The Scotsman finished at No. 4 for 4th straight season after capturing 5 titles in 6 final appearances Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals for 4th straight year, withdrawing with groin strain after 1 match From mid-August to end of season, compiled a 27-3 match record, with 2nd title at ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati (d. Djokovic), SF at US Open (l. to Nadal), 2 Davis Cup matches vs. Hungary and Asian titles in Bangkok (d. Young), Tokyo (d. Nadal) and ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai (d. Ferrer)It was 1st time he won 3 titles in a row and 3rd player to accomplish feat in the season (Federer, Djokovic) Won 5 of 6 finals with lone runner-up at Australian Open for 2nd straight year (l. to Djokovic)Its 3rd time in 4 years hes won at least 5 titles in a season In June, won his 2nd Queens Club title in London (d. Roddick in SF, Tsonga in F) and followed with SF at Wimbledon (l. to Nadal) for 3rd straight year Went into clay court circuit with a 6-4 match record before reaching SF in Monte-Carlo (l. to Nadal in 3 sets)He then made 3R in Madrid (d. Simon, l. to Bellucci) and SF at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome (l. to Djokovic) and Roland Garros (l. to Nadal) He began season with a 2nd straight runner-up at Australian Open (l. to Djokovic) and then lost 3 straight opening round matches before turning things around on clay in April, going 12-4 He posted a career-best 21-4 mark in Grand Slam play, reaching SF or better for 1st time in a season Went 7-8 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 35-8 on hard, 12-4 on clay and 9-1 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Dunblane native has captured 21 ATP titles, including 8 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crowns in his career and owns most titles in Open Era by a British man In 2010, advanced to his 1st Australian Open final with win over Nadal in QF (retired w/knee injury) dropping only 1 set en route to final (l. to Federer)Became 1st British man to reach Australian final since John Lloyd in 77 and 1st Briton to advance to at least 2 Grand Slam finals in 72 yearsMade SF at Wimbledon for 2nd year in a row (l. to Nadal)In Toronto, defended title with win over Federer in finalBecame 1st player to win back-to-back Canadian titles since Agassi in 94-95Posted 6th career ATP Masters 1000 title in Shanghai (d. Federer again)Reached SF at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London losing to No. 1 Nadal in a 3rd set TBIn doubles, teamed with brother Jamie to win 1st ATP title in Valencia In 2009, led ATP World Tour with 6 titles and .857 match winning percentage (66-11 record)Reached QF or better in 13 of 18 tournaments and posted a personal-best 14-6 mark against Top 10 opponentsClaimed title at Miami (d. Djokovic) as 1st British player in history to win titleWon 1st grass title at Queens (d. Blake) and 1st British player since Bunny Austin in 38 to earn title at Queens ClubReached No. 2 on Aug. 17, highest-ranked British player in ATP history (since 1973)Re-aggravated a left wrist injury during September Davis Cup tie vs Poland and withdrew from Tokyo and ShanghaiBecame 1st British man to win 14 titles in Open Era, surpassing Rusedski In 2008, won 5 ATP World Tour titles (2nd to Nadals 8) and reached his 1st Grand Slam final at US Open (l. to Federer)Became 1st British player to win 5 titles in a year in Open Era and 1st Briton to appear in a Grand Slam final since Rusedski at 97 US Open1st British player to finish in Top 4 in ATP Rankings (since 1973)Posted a 35-6 record from Wimbledon through end of season, reaching QF or better in 8 of 9 tournaments and was 23-3 after US OpenWon 1st ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title in Cincinnati (d. Djokovic) Runner-up at US Open, handing Nadal his 1st loss as No. 1 in SFCompiled a 14-match winning streak with 2 Davis Cup wins vs. Austria and won 2nd straight ATP Masters 1000 title in Madrid (d. Federer in SF, Simon in F), repeated crown in St. Petersburg (d. Golubev) and reached QF at Paris (l. to Nalbandian)Qualified for 1st Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai, went undefeated in RR to reach SF (l. to Davydenko) In 2007, finished in Top 15 for 1st time and defended title in San Jose (d. No. 4 Roddick in SF, Karlovic in F) Turned in back-to-back SF showings at Indian Wells and MiamiSuffered a back injury in 1R doubles match at Monte Carlo and missed a monthIn Hamburg, on May 15, injured his right wrist while leading Volandri 5-1Sidelined for nearly 3 months before coming back at MontralFinalist at Metz (l. to Robredo), captured title in St. Petersburg (d. Verdasco) In 2006, finished in Top 20 for 1st time at No. 17Captured maiden ATP title in San Jose defeating No. 3
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Roddick in SF and No. 11 Hewitt in a 3rd set TB (saved 2 MPs) to become youngest player to capture an ATP title during yearAfterwards, broke Top 50 at No. 47Was 1 of only 2 players (Nadal) during year to defeat Federer, ending Swiss 55-match winning streak in North America In 2005, made biggest jump of any player in Top 100 from 2004, climbing 449 spots to No. 651st teen from Great Britain to finish in year-end Top 100 since Buster Mottram in 74Became youngest Briton ever to play a Davis Cup tie at 17y293d when teaming with Sherwood to defeat Israels Erlich-Ram in MarchMade Davis Cup singles debut against Switzerland in World Group playoff, falling to Wawrinka in straight setsWon doubles rubber in that tie (w/Rusedski), beating Allegro-FedererReached 1st final in Bangkok (d. Srichaphan in SF, l. to No. 1 Federer) As junior, finished No. 10 in 2004 world rankings and won US Open junior title (d. Stakhovsky) and advanced to doubles SF (w/brother Jamie) In Davis Cup, 15-6 career mark (14-1 in singles) in 11 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (21): 2011 London / Queen's Club(G), Cincinnati(H), Bangkok(IH), Tokyo(H), Shanghai(H); 2010 Toronto(H), Shanghai(H); 2009 Doha(H), Rotterdam(IH), Miami(H), London / Queen's Club(G), Montral(H), Valencia(IH); 2008 Doha(H), Marseille(IH), Cincinnati(H), Madrid(IH), St. Petersburg(IH); 2007 San Jose(IH), St. Petersburg(IC); 2006 San Jose(IH). FINALIST (9): 2011 Australian Open(H); 2010 Australian Open(H), Los Angeles(H); 2009 Indian Wells(H); 2008 US Open(H); 2007 Doha(H), Metz(IH); 2006 Washington(H); 2005 Bangkok(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 12-5)

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CAREER 18-6 14-5 24-6 22-7 CAREER 7-5

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10 RUP 4TH SF 3RD 10 SF

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1 1played only 1 match due to groin strain

ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY (Career W-L: 111-45)

CAREER INDIAN WELLS 15-6 MIAMI 10-5 MONTE-CARLO 8-5 ROME 5-6 MADRID 14-5 TORONTO/MONTRAL18-4 CINCINNATI 19-5 SHANGHAI 9-0 PARIS 10-6

11 2ND 2ND SF SF 3RD 2ND WON WON QF

10 QF 2ND 2ND 3RD QF WON QF WON QF

09 RUP WON SF 2ND QF WON SF 3RD

08 4TH 2ND 3RD 2ND WON SF WON QF

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PERSONAL Began playing at age 3Mother, Judy, is a former Scottish national coach and current British Fed Cup captain and father, William is a retail Area ManagerHas 1 older brother Jamie (born Feb. 13, 1986), who also plays on the ATP circuitGrew up playing football and tennis and once was offered trials with Glasgow Rangers FCLoves boxing, football, basketball and his favourite musician is EminemBased in Barcelona from age 1517Awarded 2004 BBC Young Sports Personality of the Year AwardTwice named LTAs Young Player of the YearFavourite surface is hard and considers his serve as best part of his gameBig fan of TV comedy show, Entourage and favourite actor is Will Ferrell while he loves watch live comedy and Ricky Gervais and Jimmy Carr in particularPlayed 1st full mens singles match with roof closed at Wimbledon on June 29, 2009 vs. WawrinkaIs on the leadership council of Malaria no more UK, a charity committed to helping end deaths caused by MalariaWorks with fitness trainers Matt Little and Jez Green, physiotherapist Andy Ireland, coached by Daniel Vallverdu.

GRAND SLAM SUCCESS


2011 marked the 1st time in the Open Era that 4 players each won at least 20 matches in Grand Slam play (previous best was 3 players in 1991). Heres a look at the 2011 20-win club: PLAYER Novak Djokovic (SRB) Rafael Nadal (ESP) Andy Murray (GBR) Roger Federer (SUI) W-L 25-1 23-3 21-4 20-4

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Birthdate: June 3, 1986 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Manacor, Mallorca, Spain Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Manacor, Mallorca, Spain Weight: 188 (85kg) Career Win-Loss: 541-116 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $45,064,377 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 46/20 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 88-49 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (August 18, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 26 (August 8, 2005) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

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2 (69-15) 2008: 1 (71-10) 2007: 2 (66-14) 2006:

1 (82-11) 2005: 2 (70-15) 2004: 2 (59-12) 2003:

2 (79-10) 2002: 235 (1-1) 51 (30-17) 2001: 818 (0-0) 47 (14-11)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $7,668,214. Matches won-lost: ATP: 69-15 (singles), 9-5 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Monte-Carlo, Barcelona, Roland Garros. Finalist: Indian Wells, Miami, Madrid, Rome, Wimbledon, US Open, Tokyo. Semifinalist: Doha. Quarterfinalist: Australian Open, London / Queen's Club, Cincinnati. Doubles Winner: Doha. Semifinalist: Indian Wells(both w/M. Lopez). 2011 IN REVIEW The World No. 2 finished in Top 2 for 7th straight year with a 3-7 mark in finals, with all 3 titles coming on clay (Monte-Carlo, Barcelona, Roland Garros)6 of his runner-up showings came to Djokovic Put together a stretch of reaching 7 straight finals from Indian Wells to Roland Garros (3-4 mark)Overall advanced to QF or better 14 times in 16 tournaments with his only early exits coming at ATP Masters 1000 Montral (2nd Rd., l. to Dodig) and ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai (3R l. to F. Mayer) In Davis Cup, led Spain to title (d. Argentina) by going 6-0 in singles with 2 wins in 1R over Belgium and over France in SFClinched title with win over del Potro (also d. Monaco in F) Opened year with a SF in Doha (l. to Davydenko) and followed with QF at Australian Open where he injured his left adductor early in match against Ferrer Returned in March and reached back-to-back finals at ATP Masters 1000 tournaments in Indian Wells and Miami, falling in 3 sets to Djokovic both times (after winning first set) Began clay court circuit with his 7th straight crown at ATP Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo and followed with 6th career title in Barcelona (d. Ferrer in both) In May, his 37-match clay court winning streak ended with a 75 64 final loss to Djokovic at ATP Masters 1000 MadridIt was his 3rd streak of 30 or more clay wins (81, 33)Then lost to Djokovic again in ATP Masters 1000 Rome final In June, captured his record-tying (w/Bjorn Borg) 6th Roland Garros title (d. Federer) and 10th overall Grand Slam triumphHe improved his career mark to 45-1 in ParisHas won at least 1 Grand Slam title for 7 straight years On grass, reached QF at Queens Club (l. to Tsonga) and followed with runner-up at Wimbledon (l. to Djokovic)It was his 5th final (2-3) at All England Club His No. 1 reign for 102 total weeks came to an end on July 4 as Djokovic took over (1st held top spot on Aug. 18, 2008 and held it for 46 weeks), then regained No. 1 on June 7, 2010 and held it for 56 weeks During summer hard court circuit, lost opening round to Dodig at ATP Masters 1000 Montral and followed with QF at ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati (l. to Fish)Fell short of repeat title effort at US Open, losing to Djokovic in 4 sets in final After defeating Frances No. 15 Gasquet and No. 10 Tsonga without losing serve in Davis Cup SF matches, went to Asia and lost in Tokyo final (l. to Murray) and 3R at ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai (l. to F. Mayer) At 24y10m, he was 2nd-youngest to win 500 matches, only behind Bjorn Borg (23y7m) CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has become 1 of games all-time greats in only 9 full years on ATP World Tour, capturing 46 titles, including 10 Grand Slam crowns (10-4 mark), co-record 6 (w/Borg) at Roland GarrosAlso has earned 19 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles (most since 1990)He is 1 of 7 players in history to win at least 10 Grand Slam titles Has a 129-1 career record in Grand Slams after winning 1st set, an all-time best 32-4 record in clay court finals Has multiple clay court titles in Monte-Carlo (7), Roland Garros (6), Barcelona (6), Rome (5) and Stuttgart (2) Owns best clay court record in Open Era with a 231-18 mark (.928) and is 204-8 (.962) since 05 Won career-high and teenage record 11 titles (in 12 finals) in 2005, including his 1st Grand Slam crown at Roland Garros (d. Puerta) In 2010, finished No. 1 for 2nd time in 3 years after winning 3 Grand Slam titles, including his 1st US OpenLed ATP World Tour with 7 titles in 9 finalsBecame 7th man in history to complete a career Grand Slam, youngest player in Open Era to win all 4 Grand Slam titles and 1st player to win 3 straight Grand Slam titles in same year since 69 when Rod Laver pulled off Grand SlamWent 22-0 in clay court season, becoming 1st player to win a Clay Slam in a season, winning 3 ATP Masters 1000 titles (Monte Carlo, Rome, Madrid) along with Roland Garros for 5th time in 6 years (d. Soderling)Became 1st player in Open Era to win a tournament title for 6 straight years after Monte-CarloWon 2nd title at Wimbledon (d. Berdych) to become 1st Spaniard in history to win Wimbledon title twiceAt US Open, defeated Djokovic in 4 sets in a Monday raindelayed final to win his 1st US Open and 2nd player to win Slam titles on 3 different surfaces at least twice (Wilander in 88)Became 3rd Spaniard after Santana (65) and Orantes (75) to win US Open titleFinished a
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career-best in service games won (90%), which was No. 2, and led in 2nd serve pts. won (60%), break pts. saved (69%) and pts. won returning 2nd serve (55%)Earned a career-high $10,171,998 In 2009, won Australian Open (d. Federer) and 3 ATP Masters 1000 titles (Indian Wells, Monte-Carlo, Rome) Became 1st player in ATP Rankings history (since 1973) with No. 2 ranking for 4 straight yearsHelped his country to Davis Cup title for 3rd time in 6 years (d. Czech Republic 5-0)At Australian Open, countryman Verdasco in SF and rival Federer in 5 sets to become 1st Spaniard to win Australian titleReached final in Rotterdam and injured his right knee in 3-set loss to No. 4 MurraySaved 5 MPs (most in his career) in 4R win over Nalbandian en route to Indian Wells title (d. No. 4 Murray)During clay-court campaign, won title in Monte-Carlo (d. No. 3 Djokovic) and reached final in Madrid (l. to Federer) ending a 33-match winning streak on clay going back to May 7, 08It was also only his 2nd loss in a clay final (29-2), both coming to Federer In SF, saved 3 MPs in longest 3 set match (4h03m) on ATP World Tour in Open Era, prevailing over Djokovic 36, 7-6(5), 7-6(9)At Roland Garros, had his 31-match winning streak snapped with a 4-set 4R loss to No. 23 Soderling for his 1st loss in a best-of-5 set match on clay in his career (49-1)As defending champ, withdrew from Queens and Wimbledon, due to tendinitis in both kneesHis 46-week reign at No. 1 came to an end on July 6 when Federer took over top rankingSidelined for 9 weeks before coming back in Montral with QF (l. to del Potro)Afterwards slipped to No. 3 on Aug. 17 for 1st time since July 18, 05 and was there for 4 weeks before returning to No. 2 on Sept. 14Won 400th career match in opening rubber of Davis Cup final (d. Berdych) In 2008, became 1st left-hander to finish No. 1 since J. McEnroe in 84, in addition to becoming 1st Spaniard to end season as worlds top player in history of South African Airways ATP Rankings (since 73)Became 1st player since Borg in 80 to win Roland Garros and Wimbledon titles in same yearLed ATP circuit with 8 titles in 10 finals, career-high 82 match wins, most matches (93) played and a 17-6 mark against Top 10 opponentsHelped Spain to Davis Cup title (vs. Argentina) by winning all 3 of his matches during yearAdvanced to SF or better in all 4 Grand Slam tournaments for 1st timeWon clay titles at Monte-Carlo (d. Federer), Barcelona (d. Ferrer) and Hamburg (d. Federer)Lost his only clay match in 2R at Rome (l. to Ferrero) Captured his 4th straight Roland Garros crown (d. Federer) and became 1st player since Borg in 78-81 to accomplish featAlso 1st player since Borg in 80 to win without dropping a set in ParisOn grass, won titles at Queens (d. Karlovic, Roddick, Djokovic) and Wimbledon, defeating 5-time champ Federer in a 4h48m marathon (9-7 in 5th set) in longest final at All England ClubBecame 1st Spaniard to capture Wimbledon title since Manuel Santana in 66In Cincinnati, reached SF (l. to Djokovic), ending his career-best 32-match winning streakHis result guaranteed No. 1 ranking which he obtained after earning gold medal at Beijing Olympics (d. Gonzalez)Spent a record 160 straight weeks at No. 2 from July 25, 05 to Aug. 17, 08 Advanced to 1st SF at US Open (l. to Murray)Clinched year-end No. 1 at Madrid with SF (l. to Simon)In doubles, won 4th career ATP title at Monte-Carlo (w/Robredo) and was lone double winner during season In 2007, became 1st player to finish No. 2 for 3 consecutive years in history of ATP RankingsWon 6 titles in 9 finals, including his 3rd straight Roland Garros crown and 3 ATP Masters 1000 titles (Indian Wells, Monte-Carlo, Rome)Was 31-1 on clay and had Open Era record 81-match clay court winning streak snapped with a loss to Federer in Hamburg final - his 1st-ever loss in a clay final1st player since Borg from 78-81 to win at least 3 straight titles at Roland GarrosFor 1st time, won 30 matches on clay (31-1) and hard courts (31-12) In 2006, won 5 titles (4 over No. 1 Federer) in 6 finals and 1st player since Agassi in 94-95 to finish season No. 2 in back-to-back yearsUnbeaten on clay (26-0) and repeated his Roland Garros title (d. Federer) while reaching his 1st Wimbledon final (l. to Federer)Extended Open Era record 62-match clay court streak, surpassing Vilas mark of 53 in 1977Repeated clay titles with wins over Federer at Monte-Carlo in 4 sets, Rome (5 sets in 5h05m, saved 2 MPs) and Roland Garros (4 sets)Was only player to defeat Federer more than once since Federer took over No. 1Tied Borg with his 16th career teenage title in Rome, most in Open EraThen dropped only 3 sets en route to becoming youngest back-to-back champion at Roland Garros since Borg in 74-75Was runner-up at Wimbledon (l. to Federer)Entered final having held serve a personal-best 80 consecutive service games going back to 2R (vs. Kendrick) before Federer broke in opening game of matchLoss ended his unbeaten streak of 14 consecutive finals won going back to Miami where he lost a 5-set battle to Federer on Apr. 3, 05 In 2005, captured a teenage record 11 titles, including his 1st Grand Slam crown and 4 ATP Masters 1000 titlesBecame 1st teenager to finish No. 2 since Boris Becker in 86 and highest year-end ranking ever by a Spaniard (at time)Won 8 of his 11 titles on clay and compiled an ATP-best 50-2 clay court record, finishing with 36 consecutive match winsIn Miami, fell to No. 1 Federer in 5 sets in 1st ATP Masters 1000 finalIn April, captured 1st ATP Masters 1000 crown in Monte-Carlo (d. Coria) and won 1st title in his home country in Barcelona (d. Ferrero), breaking into Top 10 on Apr. 25Continued success in Rome and outlasted Coria in a 5h14m marathon (longest final in Open Era) decided in a 5th set TB and afterwards improved to No. 5 Became 1st player to win French title in main draw debut since Wilander in 82 and 1st teenager at 19y2d to win Grand Slam title since Sampras won 90 US OpenAlso 1st teenager to win Roland Garros since Chang (17) in 89In Montral, won 1st hard court title (d. Agassi)Won his 10th title in Beijing (d. Coria) and captured only indoor title at Madrid, rallying from a 2-sets deficit for 1st time in his career in final against Ljubicic to win 5th set TBEarned a teenage record $3,874,751 In 2004, key part of Spains Davis Cup title effort (d. U.S. 3-2) and youngest player (18y6m) to register a singles victory in Cup final for winning nation, as he beat No. 2 Roddick in 4 setsReached 1st ATP final in Auckland (l. to Hrbaty) and in 1R Davis Cup tie vs. Czech Republic, won 5th and decisive rubber over Stepanek and later in year clinched SF victory by defeating Frances Clement in 4th rubberReached QF in Estoril where he suffered a left ankle injury (stress fracture in ankle joint) on Apr. 15 in his 3-set win over Gasquet In 2003, finished in Top 50 for 1st time at No. 47 with 2-4 Challenger final markQualified for 1st ATP Masters 1000 event in Monte-Carlo (d. Kucera, Costa, l. to Coria in 3R)Missed Roland Garros after injuring elbow during practiceMade Wimbledon debut and became youngest player at 17 to reach 3R since Becker (16) in 1984Reached 1st ATP QF in Bstad and then 1st ATP SF in UmagIn doubles, captured 1st ATP title in Umag (w/Lopez) In 2002, won 1st ATP match in his hometown Mallorca (15y10m) and went 37-3 in Futures, winning 6 titles in his native country

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Played his only junior Grand Slam event at Wimbledon in 02 and reached SF In Davis Cup, 22-5 career mark (20-1 in singles) in 14 ties and member of winning team in 04, 08 (didnt play final), 09 and 11Won gold medal in only career Olympic appearance at 2008 Beijing Games CAREER TITLES (46): 2011 Monte-Carlo(CL), Barcelona(CL), Roland Garros(CL); 2010 Monte-Carlo(CL), Rome(CL), Madrid(CL), Roland Garros(CL), Wimbledon(G), US Open(H), Tokyo(H);2009 Australian Open(H), Indian Wells(H), Monte-Carlo(CL), Barcelona(CL), Rome(CL); 2008 Monte-Carlo(CL), Barcelona(CL), Hamburg(CL), Roland Garros(CL), London / Queen's Club(G), Wimbledon(G), Toronto(H), Beijing Olympics(H); 2007 Indian Wells(H), Monte-Carlo(CL), Barcelona(CL), Rome(CL), Roland Garros(CL), Stuttgart(CL); 2006 Dubai(H), Monte-Carlo(CL), Barcelona(CL), Rome(CL), Roland Garros(CL); 2005 Costa do Sauipe(CL), Acapulco(CL), Monte-Carlo(CL), Barcelona(CL), Rome(CL), Roland Garros(CL), Bstad(CL), Stuttgart(CL), Montral(H), Beijing(H), Madrid(IH); 2004 Sopot(CL); FINALIST (20): 2011 Indian Wells(H), Miami(H), Madrid(CL), Rome(CL), Wimbledon(G), US Open(H), Tokyo(H); 2010 Doha(H), Barclays ATP World Tour Finals London(IH); 2009 Rotterdam(IH), Madrid(CL), Shanghai(H); 2008 Chennai(H), Miami(H); 2007 Hamburg(CL), Wimbledon(G), Paris(IH); 2006 Wimbledon(G); 2005 Miami(H); 2004 Auckland(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (7). FINALIST (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 15-3)

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CAREER 29-6 45-1 35-5 34-8 CAREER 9-10

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10 QF WON WON WON

09 WON 4TH SF

08 SF WON WON SF 07 SF 08 SF RUP WON 2ND SF WON SF QF

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06 WON RUP QF

05 4TH WON 2ND 3RD

04 3RD 2ND

03 3RD 2ND

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 31-5 MIAMI 26-8 MONTE-CARLO 39-1 ROME 31-2 MADRID 24-7 TORONTO/MONTRAL21-6 CINCINNATI 13-8 SHANGHAI 6-3 PARIS 9-3

06 SF 2ND WON WON QF 3RD QF

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PERSONAL Full name is Rafael Nadal PareraNicknamed RafaPlays left-handed but writes right-handedBegan playing tennis at age 4 with his uncle Toni, who is his long-time coachUsed to play with 2-handed forehand and backhand before his uncle made him change at age 9 or 10 to a 1-handed forehandFather, Sebastian, is a business partner with 2 brothers of a restaurant, Sa Punta, and owner of a glass and windows company, Vidres MallorcaMother, Ana MariaHas 1 younger sister Maria IsabelComes from same island (Mallorca) as countryman Carlos MoyaThe city of Manacor is 2nd-biggest on island of MallorcaHis other uncle, Miguel Angel Nadal, is a former professional football player with stints at FC Barcelona, Real Mallorca and Spanish national team, which competed in 2002 World CupAlso played on 2 other World Cup teams in 1994 and 98Earned ATP Newcomer of Year in 2003, 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 2010Attended Spains winning World Cup final match in South Africa on July 11, 2010 (1 week after winning Wimbledon)Won Prince of Asturias award in 2008, named for Spains Crown Prince Felipe Founded the Rafa Nadal Foundation in 2008In October 2010, opened the Rafael Nadal Tennis School in Anantpur, India, which hosts district, state and national-level tournaments, as well as lay equal emphasis on the childrens education and tennis trainingAppeared in Shakiras music video for the song GipsyBiography Rafa written together with John Carlin was published in 2011Elected to ATP Player Council from June 2010-June 2012Coached by his uncle Toni Nadal and fitness trainer is Rafael MaymoAlso travels part of season with former ATP pro Francisco Roig

CLAY TITLE LEADERS


Through 2011, Rafael Nadal stands 3rd on the Open Era clay court title leaders list: PLAYER 1) Guillermo Vilas (ARG) 2) Thomas Muster (AUT) 3) Rafael Nadal (ESP) T4) Bjorn Borg (SWE) T4) Manuel Orantes (ESP)
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NALBANDIAN (ARG)
Birthdate: January 1, 1982 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Cordoba, Argentina Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: Cordoba, Argentina Weight: 175 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 356-170 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $10,712,451 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 11/11 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 33-52 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 3 (March 20, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 105 (October 5, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 64 (22-12) 2008: 11 (44-16) 2005: 6 (44-19) 2002: 12 (36-24) 1999:T526 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $321,343. Matches won-lost: ATP: 22-12 (singles), 1-1 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Auckland. Quarterfinalist: Buenos Aires, Tokyo. 2011 IN REVIEW The Argentine finished out of Top 50 for only 2nd time in 11 yearsDid not win title for 1st time since 2004 Reached Auckland final (l. to Ferrer)Suffered abductor injury and missed 3 months before coming back on grass at Queens Club in London (3R, l. to Verdasco) and Wimbledon (3R, l. to Federer) In September, helped lead Argentina into Davis Cup final with singles win over Troicki in SF vs. SerbiaPlayed doubles rubber in final vs. Spain (w/Schwank), defeating Lopez-Verdasco CAREER IN REVIEW The Argentine finished in Top 10 for 5 straight years from 2003-07, highlighted by a year-end best No. 6 in 06Has an 11-10 career mark in finalsHas reached SF or better at all 4 Grand Slams In 2010, won 1st-ever US title in Washington (d. Baghdatis) as wild card ranked No. 117Missed 2 months with hamstring injury In 2009, underwent hip surgury on May 13 and sidelined until February 2010Won Sydney title In 2008, reached career high 5 finals with titles in Buenos Aires and Stockholm In 2007, won titles in Madrid (d. Federer) and Paris (d. Nadal) and became 1st player to defeat both Federer and Nadal in 2 tournamentsIn Madrid, was 3rd player since 1994 (Becker, Djokovic) to beat each of Top 3 In 2006, helped country to 1st Davis Cup final (l. to Russia)Won title in Estoril In 2005, replaced injured Roddick at Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai and won title (d. Federer in 5th set TB; 4h33m)Earned career high $2,273,486 In 2004, missed more than 4 months with ankle, abdominal and thigh injuriesReached 3 finals In 2003, had first Top 10 finish with 2 finals and US Open SF (l. to Roddick, held 1 MP) In 2002, in 1st grass court event became first Argentine to reach Wimbledon final (l. to Hewitt)Won 1st career titles in Estoril and BaselMade Davis Cup debut in SF vs Russia, played 6h20m doubles match w/Arnold (d. Kafelnikov-Safin 19-17 in 5th set) In Davis Cup, 34-10 career mark (22-5 in singles) in 22 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) 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 Shanghai(IC); 2002 Estoril(CL), Basel(IC). FINALIST (11): 2011 Auckland(H); 2008 Acapulco(CL), Basel(IH), Paris(IH); 2004 Rome(CL), Madrid(IH), Basel(IC); 2003 Montral(H), Basel(IC); 2002 Wimbledon(G); 2001 Palermo(CL). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 17-11)

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PERSONAL Full name is David Pablo NalbandianBegan playing tennis at age 5Comes from Cordoba, 2nd-largest city in ArgentinaFather, Norberto, is deceased; mother, Alda, is a housewife; brothers, Javier and Dario, who is a tennis coachHis Armenian grandfather built a cement court in his backyard, where David learned to play against his 2 older brothersHobbies are fishing and watching rally racesNamed 1 of 50 Most Beautiful in the World in People en Espaol in June 2005 Established David Nalbandian Foundation, which provides programs and projects for people with disabilities, oriented towards health and sportCoached by countryman and former ATP pro Luis Lobo (since March 2009) and fitness trainer is Mariano Seara.

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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: 830-318 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $9,931,491 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 75/49 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)

2011: 3 (49-19) 2010: 3 (58-19) 2009: T3 (58-16) 2008: 2 (49-21)

2007: 2006: 2005: 2004:

3 (55-21) 5 (50-20) 8 (43-18) 2 (67-16)

2003: 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) 1991: 375 (0-1) 1994: 63 (15-12)1990: T510 (0-1) 1993: 133 (7-4) 1989: T739 (0-1) 1992: 282 (0-2)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $790,738. Matches won-lost: ATP: 49-19 (doubles). Doubles Winner: Memphis, Roland Garros, Shanghai, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. Finalist: Miami, Vienna, Basel. Semifinalist: Brisbane, Australian Open, Barcelona, London / Queen's Club, Montral, Paris(all w/Mirnyi). 2011 IN REVIEW The Canadian reunited full-time with Mirnyi, after a brief partnership in 2000, capturing 4 titles in 8 finals, including at Roland Garros (d. Cabal-Schwank) and Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London The Canadian has 75 career doubles titles, which is No. 4 on the career list CAREER IN REVIEW Has won at least 4 titles for 11 straight years and 4 year-end championships (07-08, 10-11)Finished as No. 1 team in 02 and 04 (w/Knowles) and 08 (w/Zimonjic) In 2010, led circuit with 7 doubles titles with Zimonjic to finish as No. 2 team In 2009, won career-high 9 titles, including 5 ATP Masters 1000 titles (w/Zimonjic) with career-high prize money of $1,111,822 In 2008, won 1st Wimbledon title to complete a career Golden SlamWon Tennis Masters Cup to clinch No. 1 team ranking In 2007, played last year with Knowles, combining for a 40-29 finals mark at least 1 title in 13 of 14 years In 2003 Davis Cup singles, beat No. 17 Kuerten In 2002, finished No. 1 (w/Knowles) with 6 titles In 2000, underwent left shoulder surgeryWon a gold medal at Sydney Olympics (w/Lareau) In 1999, finished in Top 100 in singles at No. 85 with Grand Slam-best 4R at Wimbledon In 1996, reached 1st ATP singles SF in Newport, qualified ATP-best 7 times and won 4 titles In 1995, reached 1st Slam doubles final at Australian Open and made ATP World Doubles Championship. debut (all w/Knowles) In 1992, beat No. 1 Edberg in 5 sets in Davis Cup singles In Davis Cup, 44-19 career mark (29-4 in doubles) in 40 ties to hold Canadian record for most match wins and ties played since debut in 924-time Olympian, having won doubles gold at Sydney 2000 Games (w/Lareau)Has 7-3 doubles record and is 2-2 in singles CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (75). FINALIST (49). GRAND SLAM HISTORY
DOUBLES (7-8 in Finals). AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Champion - 2002 (w/Knowles); Finalist - 2010 (w/Zimonjic), 2003, 1995 (w/Knowles); Mixed Champion - 2007 (w/Likhovtseva); ROLAND GARROS: Champion - 2011 (w/Mirnyi), 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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DOUBLES (25-12 in finals). INDIAN WELLS: Champion 2006, 2005, 2002, 1997, Finalist 2010, 2008 (w/Zimonjic); MIAMI: Champion 2002; Finalist - 2011 (w.Mirnyi); 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); SHANGHAI: Champion - 2011 (w/Mirnyi); 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 CanadaFan of Montral Canadiens (NHL) and Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL)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 charitiesIn 2011 got a star on Canadas Walk of Fame in TorontoWife, 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: 310-249 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $5,397,157 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/10 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 10-58 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)

2011: 77 (23-25) 2008: 38 (26-28) 2005: 30 (33-22) 2002: 40 (27-27) 1999:590 (0-1) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $499,545. Matches won-lost: ATP: 23-25 (singles), 5-11 (doubles) Challenger: 2-1 (singles) . Singles Finalist: Stockholm. Quarterfinalist: Bangkok. Doubles Semifinalist: Rome(w/Berlocq). 2011 IN REVIEW The top player from Finland finished in Top 100 for 11th straight year and his best result was a runner-up in Stockholm (l. to Monfils in 3 sets) on Oct. 23It was 6th year in a row he has reached a final Went 1-9 vs. Top 10 opponents with his lone win over No. 6 Ferrer in 1R of Rotterdam in FebruaryCompiled marks of 14-16 on hard, 8-6 on clay and 1-3 on grass Lost in 1R in all 4 Grand Slam tournaments for the 1st time in his career, all to Top 20 Spanish foes -- No. 7 Ferrer (AO, RG), No. 15 Almagro (Wimb.) and No. 19 Verdasco (USO) CAREER IN REVIEW The Finnish native has ranked in Top 100 for 11 straight years, highlighted by year-end best No. 15 in 2006 when he compiled a 55-27 match record and won his lone ATP World Tour title In 2010, reached SF in Delray Beach and in doubles, reached SF at Australian Open (w/ Kohlmann) In 2009, opened 1st month with runner-up in Sydney (l. to Nalbandian)Underwent right wrist surgery on May 13 and returned on Aug. 24 In 2008, runner-up in Adelaide (l. to Llodra) and reached 2nd Grand Slam QF at Australian Open (l. to Nadal) In 2007, finalist in Basel (l. to Federer) and captured 1st doubles title in Mumbai (w/Lindstedt) In 2006, earned his countrys 1st ATP singles title in Auckland (d. Ancic) and best year-end ranking of No. 15 and reached 1st Grand Slam QF at Wimbledon (l. to Nadal)Earned a career-high $894,565 In 2005, posted 1st Top 10 Grand Slam win over No. 7 Agassi in 1R at Roland GarrosFinished in Top 30 for 1st time In 2004, reached SF in Adelaide, Dubai and BeijingSuffered broken right wrist on Apr. 19 during 1R match in Monte-Carlo In 2002, 1st Finnish player to end season in Top 50 at No. 40 In 2001, became 1st Finn in year-end Top 100 since Veli Paloheimo in 1991Qualified and reached final in Stockholm (l. to Schalken), in only 2nd ATP event1st Finn in ATP final since Palin in Sofia in December 81 As a junior won 99 US Open junior title over Denmarks PlessFinished No. 9 in junior world rankings In Davis Cup, 46-21 career mark (36-9 singles) in 26 ties2-time Olympian (2004 Athens 2R, 2008 Beijing 1R) CAREER TITLES (1): 2006 Auckland(H). FINALIST (10): 2011 Stockholm(IH); 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 W-L: 47-56 BEST RESULT: QF (Toronto 06, Paris 06)


PERSONAL Began playing at age 4Father, Kauko, and mother, Leena, are retired chemistsHas 1 older sister, AnnaRiikka, who is an editor at a publishing companySpeaks Finnish, Swedish and EnglishEnjoys many other sports like ice-hockey, floorball, badminton, football and hikingBig fan of music, mostly rockFormer No. 1 Bjorn Borg watched his 2001 Stockholm final and said, "I think he could become a great personality"Wife, Anu Nieminen is No. 1 badminton player in Finland (married June 11, 2005)Both members of Finland's 2004 and 2008 Olympic teamServed in the Finnish army 2008-2009Elected to ATP Player Council from June 2010-June 2012Coached 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: 150 (68kg) Career Win-Loss: 62-54 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,361,273 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 4-11 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 24 (November 7, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 181 (November 7, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 25 (36-22) 2008: 63 (16-12) 2010: 98 (3-9) 2007: 281 (3-5) 2009: 420 (4-6) 2006: 605 (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $776,621. Matches won-lost: ATP: 36-22 (singles), 6-6 (doubles) . Singles Finalist: Houston, Basel. Semifinalist: Delray Beach, Eastbourne, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai. Quarterfinalist: Chennai. 2011 IN REVIEW The top Asian player from Japan compiled best results of his career, finishing No. 25Came into season with 26 career tour level matches between 2007-10 before winning 36 during 2011 campaign Reached 2 ATP World Tour finals, in Houston (l. to Sweeting) in April, and Basel (l. to Federer) in NovemberEn route to Swiss final, posted Top 10 wins over No. 7 Berdych in 1R and No. 1 Djokovic in SF and afterwards moved to No. 25Also reached 1st ATP Masters 1000 SF at Shanghai on Oct. 15 (d. No. 9 Tsonga in 2R, l. to Murray) After Shanghai, reached No. 30 on Oct. 17, becoming highest-ranked Japanese man in ATP World Tour Rankings history (since 1973), which was held by Shuzo Matsuoka, who reached No. 46 on July 6, 1992Then moved to No. 25 after Basel In late September, reached his 4th SF (or better) in Kuala Lumpur, losing to eventual champion Tipsarevic for 5th time this yearAlso reached SF in Delray Beach and Eastbourne (l. to Tipsarevic both times) Went 3-5 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 26-14 on hard, 7-5 on clay and 3-3 on grass while earning a career-high $776,621 CAREER IN REVIEW The young Japanese star has finished in Top 100 in 3 of past 4 years and hes overcome an elbow injury in 2009 which sidelined him for most of season In 2010, climbed 322 ranking positions from previous season with a 27-4 record in Challengers and 4 titles All 3 of his ATP level match wins came in Grand Slam eventsWon back-to-back Challenger titles in Savannah and SarasotaMade Roland Garros debut by defeating Giraldo in 5 sets (l. to No. 3 Djokovic)In November, closed season with title in Knoxville without dropping a set (d. Kendrick). In 2009, underwent right elbow surgery in August and did not return full-time until April 2010 In 2008, moved 218 ranking spots to finish as youngest player in year-end Top 100 at No. 63Earned ATP Newcomer of the Year honors and became 1st Japanese player to finish in Top 100 since Shuzo Matsuoka was No. 57 in 1995Qualified into 6th career ATP event in Delray Beach and won (d. Blake) to become 1st Japanese titlist since Matsuoka in Seoul in April 92At 18y1m19d, also youngest player to win an ATP title since Hewitt (16y10m18d) in 98 AdelaideIn April, won Bermuda Challenger (d. Troicki)At US Open, defeated Monaco, Karanusic, and No. 4 Ferrer in 5 sets for 1st Top 10 win to reach 4R (l. to del Potro) As a junior in 2006, won Roland Garros doubles title (w/Massa) and ranked as high as No. 7 in singles that year In Davis Cup, 7-1 career mark (6-1 in singles) in 4 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (1): 2008 Delray Beach(H). FINALIST (2): 2011 Houston(CL), Basel(IH). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 3-1)

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PERSONAL Began playing at age 5Mother, Eri, is a piano teacher; father, Kiyoshi, is an engineerHas 1 older sister, Reina, who graduated from college and works in TokyoMoved from Shimane, Japan, to US at age 14, to train at the Bollettieri Academy in Florida and didnt speak a word of English when he arrivedCame 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 SonyA former roommate of Zachary Gilbert, son of ex-ATP Top 10 pro Brad Gilbert Favourite surfaces are hard and clay courts and considers best shot his forehandIn 2011, played Chang in Tokyo to raise money for earthquake reliefTrains at academy under guidance of Nick Bollettieri and travels with coach Dante Bottini and Brad Gilbert
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LEANDER

PAES (IND)
Birthdate: June 17, 1973 Turned Pro: 1991 Birthplace: Calcutta, India Height: 5'10" (1.78m) Residence: Mumbai, India Weight: 171 (77kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 588-309 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $6,454,539 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 47-34 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 73 (August 24, 1998) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (June 21, 1999) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)
2011: 8 (32-14) 2010: 5 (32-20) 2009: 8 (28-17) 2008: 10 (41-26) 2007: 2006: 2005: 2004: T12 (40-19) 12 (33-20) 12 (36-19) 13 (42-18) 2003: 2002: 2001: 2000: 13 (36-15) 33 (24-23) 9 (38-15) 85 (18-14) 1999: 1 (48-14) 1998: 4 (55-16) 1997: 14 (44-17) 1996: 89 (5-13) 1995: 76 (13-10) 1991: 477 (3-0) 1994: 142 (5-8) 1993: 89 (8-8) 1992: 214 (4-1)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $468,099. Matches won-lost: ATP: 32-14 (doubles) . Doubles Winner: Chennai, Miami, Cincinnati. Finalist: Australian Open, London / Queen's Club. Semifinalist: Shanghai, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London(all w/Bhupathi). 2011 IN REVIEW The veteran Indian reunited with Bhupathi full-time for 1st time in 10 years, capturing 3 titles in 5 finals They played sparingly together since 2001, teaming up mostly for Davis Cup and Olympics In 1st month of season, won title on home soil in Chennai (d. Haase-Martin) for 1st title together since Toronto in 2004 and followed with runner-up at Australian Open (l. to Bryans) in 1st Grand Slam final since winning title at Roland Garros in 01 In Grand Slam play, compiled a 10-4 mark and finished with QF at US Open (l. to Fyrstenberg-Matkowski) CAREER IN REVIEW The Indian star has finished in Top 10 doubles rankings 7 timesWas No. 1 in 99 with Bhupathi, with whom he compiled 223-81 match record and 23-10 in finals In 2008, captured his 40th ATP tour level title in Bangkok and reached US Open final (w/Dlouhy) In 2000, tore tendon in right wrist and missed 3 months In 1999, won Roland Garros and Wimbledon (w/Bhupathi) and became 1st team to reach finals of all 4 Slams in same year since 52Finished as No. 1 ranked team and No. 1 individually In 1998, won only ATP World Tour singles title in Newport (d. Godwin) and reached a career-high No. 731st Indian in singles Top 100 and to win a title since Krishnan in 90 In 1997, won 6 titles (w/Bhupathi) and earned career-high prize money $888,240 In 1996, singles SF at Atlanta Olympics and earned bronze medalWent 99-98 in singles before committing to doubles in 01 As a junior, won 90 Wimbledon title and reached No. 1 junior ranking In Davis Cup, 86-31 career mark (38-9 doubles) in 47 ties, including 24-match doubles winning streak (w/Bhupathi)5-time Olympian with singles bronze in Atlanta 1996 games and doubles SF in Athens 2004 CAREER TITLES (1): 1998-Newport(G). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (47). FINALIST (34). GRAND SLAM HISTORY
DOUBLES (6-7 in Finals). AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Finalist - 2011 (w/Bhupathi); 2006 (w/Damm), 1999 (w/Bhupathi); Mixed Champion 2010 (w/Black), 2003 (w/Navratilova); ROLAND GARROS: Champion - 2009 (w/Dlouhy), 2001, 1999 (w/Bhupathi); Finalist - 2010 (w/Dlouhy); Mixed Champion - 1999 (w/Raymond); WIMBLEDON: Champion - 1999 (w/Bhupathi); Mixed Champion - 2010 (w/Black), 2003 (w/Navratilova); US OPEN: Champion - 2009 (w/Dlouhy), 2006 (w/Damm); Finalist - 2008 (w/Dlouhy), 2004 (w/Rikl), 1999 (w/Bhupathi); Mixed Champion - 2008 (w/Black).

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CAREER 19-27

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(11, 97-01 w/Bhupathi; 08-10 w/Dlouhy, 06-07 w/Damm, 05 w/Zimonjic) ^Qualified in 03 w/Rikl but did not participate due to injury.

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DOUBLES (11-5 in finals) - INDIAN WELLS: Champion - 2007 (w/Damm); MIAMI: Champion - 2011 (w/Bhupthai); 2010 (w/Dlouhy), Finalist - 2007 (w/Damm), 2003 (w/Rikl); MONTE CARLO: Champion - 2005 (w/Zimonjic); ROME: Champion - 1998 (w/Bhupathi), MONTREAL/TORONTO: Champion - 2004, 1999 (w/Bhupathi); CINCINNATI: Champion - 2011, 2001 (w/Bhupathi); MADRID: Finalist 2005 (w/Zimonjic); STUTTGART: Finalist - 1998 (w/Bhupathi). SHANGHAI: Champion - 2010 (w/Melzer) PARIS: Champion - 1998 (w/Bhupathi); Finalist - 2001 (w/Bhupathi).

PERSONAL Father, Vece, was a member of Indian field hockey team in the 1972 Munich Olympics, and mother, Jennifer, was captain of the basketball teamHis 5 Olympic appearances are the most by an Asian athleteCarried Indian flag during opening ceremonies of 2000 Sydney OlympicsIn 2001, he and Bhupathi received Indias highest honor, the Padma Shri, 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 2006Daughter, Aiyana (born Apr. 3, 2006)

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BENOIT

PAIRE (FRA)
Birthdate: May 8, 1989 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Avignon, France Height: 6'4" (1.95m) Residence: Avignon, France Weight: 177 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 6-14 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $370,912 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 94 (November 21, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 310 (September 12, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 95 (5-10) 2010: 152 (1-4) 2009: 333 (0-0)

2008: 638 (0-0) 2007: 675 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $216,513. Matches won-lost: ATP: 5-10 (singles), 1-3 (doubles) Challenger: 37-21 (singles), 8-12 (doubles). 2011 IN REVIEW The young Frenchman finished in Top 100 for 1st time with a 37-21 Challenger match record and 2 titlesWon 5 ATP World Tour level matches In opening month of action, made successful Australian Open debut (d. Cipolla, l. to Ljubicic in 4 sets) Following month, qualified in Rotterdam (d. Simon, l. to Ljubicic again) In April, reached Challenger final in St. Brieuc (l. to Texeira) and 2 weeks later qualified in Barcelona (l. to Montanes in 2R)In May, qualified in Nice and followed with 1R exit at Roland Garros, losing to Hanescu both times Made Wimbledon debut and lost to No. 6 Ferrer in 1R and returned to clay in July and reached 2 Challengers QF and advanced to 2R in Stuttgart (l. to Granollers) In next 2 months on Challenger circuit, reached 3 SF (San Marino, Como, Todi) and won 1st title at Brasov (d. Teixeira) In November, closed with title in Salzburg (d. Zemlja) and afterwards broke into Top 100 for 1st time from No. 112 to No. 94 In limited ATP play, compiled marks of 3-4 on hard, 2-4 on clay and 0-2 on grassEarned a career-high $216,513 CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman has worked his way up in Futures and Challengers tournaments in 1st 5 years as a professionalHas a career match record of of 53-40 and 2-3 in finals on Challenger level and 94-48 mark and 5-7 in finals in Futures events In 2010, captured 3 Futures titles while runner-up at 2 othersQualified in 3 ATP World Tour level events, including Grand Slam tournaments at Roland Garros (l. to O. Rochus) and US Open (d. Schuettler in 5th set TB, l. to Lopez in 5 sets)Reached Challenger finals at Arad, Romania (l. to Guez) and San Sebastian, Spain (l. to Ramos) In 2009, put together his best results in Futures events, winning title at Slovenia #3 and runner-up at Great Britain #8, Austria #7, Portugal #4 and Germany #18 In 2008, runner-up at Italy #17 Futures In 2007, winner at France #10 Futures GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1)

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PERSONAL Started playing tennis at 6 years-old with his father who used to work at a small tennis club next to his house Father is Philippe works at the SNCF (French railway system) Mother Eliane works for the local government of the VaucluseHas 1 brother Thomas who is 26 and works as a tennis coachFavourite surface is clayFavourite shot is backhandIdol growing up was Marat SafinFavourite hobby is to watch football and is a huge supporter of the OM (Olympique de Marseille)If he wasnt a tennis player he would have loved to play footballFavourite tennis memory is US Open 2010Nickname is La Tige (the stalk) because hes tall and thinCoached by Lionel Zimbler

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PHILIPP

PETZSCHNER (GER)
Birthdate: March 24, 1984 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Bayreuth, Germany Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Pulheim, Germany Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 74-83 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,823,581 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 4-11 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 35 (September 14, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 9 (April 4, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 63 (24-22) 2008: 66 (10-9) 2010: 57 (21-19) 2007: 184 (1-2) 2009: 80 (15-25) 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)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $993,505. Matches won-lost: ATP: 24-22 (singles), 34-26 (doubles) Challenger: 4-2 (singles), 5-2 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Halle. Semifinalist: Munich. Quarterfinalist: Dubai. Doubles Winner: Rotterdam, Stuttgart, US Open(all w/Melzer). Semifinalist: Brisbane(w/Peya), Miami, Kuala Lumpur(both w/Melzer). 2011 IN REVIEW The German compiled consistent singles and doubles results throughout season, reaching his second career ATP World Tour final on home soil in Halle (l. to countryman Kohlschreiber)Also qualified for second straight year at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (w/Melzer), winning 3 doubles titles, including US Open Other singles highlights were SF in Munich (l. to F Mayer) and QF in Dubai (l. to Berdych) Went 2-2 vs. Top 10 opponents (d. No. 10 Melzer, Miami, No. 7 Berdych, Halle) and won a personal-high 24 matches, compiling marks of 14-16 on hard, 6-4 on clay and 4-2 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The German has finished in Top 100 for 4 straight years, highlighted by an ATP World Tour singles title and 2 Grand Slam doubles trophies In 2010, finished a year-end best No. 57 in singles and reached 4 SF on 3 different surfaces, in Zagreb and Memphis (hard), Munich (clay) and Halle (grass)In doubles, won Zagreb and 1st Grand Slam crown at Wimbledon (w/Melzer)Finished No. 10 in ATP Team Rankings to qualify for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals In 2009, missed 2 months with a left wrist stress fracture before returning in late AprilBest result was QF in Metz in September and reached a career-high No. 35 on Sept. 14 In 2008, was 1 of 2 Germans (Kohlschreiber) to win an ATP titleMade breakthrough as qualifier in Vienna by posting 1st Top 10 win over Wawrinka in opening round and continued with victories over Hernych, Moya, Lopez and MonfilsAfterwards climbed from No. 125 to No. 72, his 1st Top 100 appearanceIn doubles, reached 1st final in Vienna (w/Peya) and advanced to QF at Wimbledon (w/Peya) and US Open (w/Kas) In 2007, won 1st Challenger title in Rennes (d. Muller) and qualified for 1st Grand Slam at US OpenMissed 2 months with shoulder injuryMade Davis Cup debut in SF vs. Russia and lost to No. 17 Youzhny in 4 sets during 4th rubber Played mostly Challengers from 2001-07, compiling a 68-55 match record and 1-4 in finals In Davis Cup, 5-3 career mark (3-2 in doubles) in 5 ties CAREER TITLES (1): 2008 Vienna(IH). FINALIST (1): 2011 Halle(G). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 7-6)

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DOUBLES (2-0 in finals). WIMBLEDON: Champion - 2010 (w/Melzer); US OPEN: Champion - 2011 (w/Melzer)

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CAREER W-L: 13-14 BEST RESULT: 3R (3 times, last Indian Wells 11)

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(w/Melzer) PERSONAL Began playing at age 4 with his father who had a tennis schoolTurned pro at age 18Nicknamed Picasso, PetzscheComes from Bavarian city of Bayreuth, same as countryman Florian MayerIdols growing up were Goran Ivanisevic and Seve BallesterosConsiders hard courts his best surface, especially indoors, and best shots are his serve and forehandHis favourite movie is The Legend of Bagger Vance and actor is Jason StathamEnjoys playing golf (has a singledigit handicap) and footballWife, Dewi (Married Dec. 11, 2009); son, AzizPractices at the TennisBase Oberhaching in MunichCoached by former ATP pro Stefan Eriksson

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ALEXANDER

PEYA (AUT)
Birthdate: June 27, 1980 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Vienna, Austria Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Vienna, Austria Weight: 168 (76kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 101-97 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,376,371 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 1/7 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 92 (April 30, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 18 (October 17, 2011) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 18(36-23) 2010: 103(2-3) 2009: 72(14-16)

2008: 51 (14-12) 2005: 99 (1-2) 2007: 62 (11-14) 2004: 90 (6-6) 2006: 52 (7-9) 2003: 96 (6-3)

2002: 185 (0-3) 1999: 212 (3-2) 2001: 320 (1-2) 1998: 1118 (0-0) 2000: 436 (0-2)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $232,756. Matches won-lost: ATP: 1-1 (singles), 36-23 (doubles) Challenger: 0-4 (singles), 12-4 (doubles). Doubles Winner: Hamburg(w/Marach). Finalist: Delray Beach(w/Kas), Belgrade(w/Marach), Gstaad(w/Kas), Winston-Salem(w/Kas). Semifinalist: Brisbane(w/Petzschner), Johannesburg(w/Murray), Casablanca(w/Kas), Wimbledon(w/Kas), Stuttgart(w/Kas). 2011 IN REVIEW The Austrian compiled his best career season in doubles on ATP World Tour, winning a personal-high 36 matches and capturing his 1st title Teamed most of season with Kas, as duo put together a 23-17 match record with 3 final appearances - Delray Beach, Gstaad and Winston-SalemThey also advanced to 3 SF, including a Grand Slam-best at Wimbledon Also partnered with countryman Marach to win title in Hamburg in July and reach final in Belgrade in May Finished No. 11 in ATP Doubles Team Ranking (w/Kas) and a year-end best No. 18 in doublesEarned a career-high $232,756 CAREER IN REVIEW The Austrian veteran is a former Top 100 singles player with a 22-50 ATP record to go with a 172-139 record with 5 titles in Challengers and 6 titles with a 100-40 record in Futures before focusing on doubles later in his career. In 2010, claimed 3 Challenger doubles titles in 5 finals In 2009, reached doubles SF at 3 ATP events and won 2 Challengers In 2008, reached final in Vienna, Newport SF and Wimbledon QF (w/Petzschner)Was 2-2 in Challenger finals In 2007, reached SF at 3 ATP eventsWas 4-2 in Challenger finals In 2006, reached final at MunichReached Roland Garros QF (both w/Phau)Went 4-2 in Challenger finals In 2004, reached 3R at Roland Garros (w/Wassen)1 title in 2 Challenger finals In 2003, reached 1st career doubles final in Kitzbuhel (w/Melzer)Won 3 Challengers titles in 5 finals In 1999, made ATP doubles debut and reached SF in Kitzbhel (w/Melzer)Made Davis Cup debut against Sweden (w/Melzer)Won 1st career Challenger (w/Laumauer) and reached 3 Futures finals In singles, made ATP debut in 2001 and won 1st career match as wild card in Kitzbhel (d. F. Gonzalez, l. to Ferrero)In 2002, made Davis Cup debutIn 2004, reached Wimbledon 2R and US Open 3RMade lone career ATP SF as qualifier at Zagreb in 2007 (l. to Baghdatis)Reached Newport QF in 2008 (l. to Spadea). In Davis Cup, 8-11 career mark (4-6 in doubles) in 15 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (7). PERSONAL His father is the director of the social insurance institute for self employmentMother is a housewifeHas 1 older brother, Christoph, who is a financial analystBoth were very interested in sports, and he considers Christoph his best friendBegan playing tennis at age 5Also played football until 12-years-old before concentrating on tennisSpent 2 years at Vienna Tennis FederationAt age 15, attended a sports school and practiced in Sudstadt and was sponsored by the Austrian Tennis FederationAt 17, went back to Vienna Tennis Federation and began to work with current coach Peter MoshamerAt 19, returned to Austrian Tennis Federation to take advantage of special treatment for sportsmen in military programWorked at that time with Gunther Bresnik and Joakim NystromBegan working with Moshamer again in 2002Idolized Boris Becker and Thomas MusterPrefers faster surfaces like grass, carpet and hard courtsFavourite shots are his volley and backhandIf he weren't a tennis player, he'd play footballWorks with Klaus Langenbach and physical trainer, Markus Forsthuber

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ERIC

PRODON (FRA)
Birthdate: June 27, 1981 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Paris, France Height: 5'10" (1.78m) Residence: Paris, France Weight: 159 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 1-12 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $436,175 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-2 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 83 (August 22, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 476 (February 1, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 97 (0-3) 2010: 145 (0-0) 2009: 284 (0-0)

2008: 170 (0-4) 2005: 648 (0-0) 2002: 240 (0-1) 1999:T692 (0-0) 2007: 162 (0-0) 2004: 235 (0-0) 2001: 311 (0-0) 1998:T1342 (0-0) 2006: 627 (0-1) 2003: 328 (1-2) 2000: 294 (0-1)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $128,243. Matches won-lost: ATP: 0-3 (singles), 0-1 (doubles) Challenger: 39-21 (singles), 1-14 (doubles). 2011 IN REVIEW The Frenchman finished in Top 100 for 1st time, highlighted by 3 Challenger titles and a 39-21 match recordAt age 30, he was oldest 1st-time player in year-end Top 100 Went 0-3 in ATP World Tour level play and qualified at Roland Garros (l. to Murray)Also lost in 1R at US Open (l. to Melzer) and Bucharest (l. to Seppi), his other main draw events In 1st week of year, won title at Bucaramanga Challenger (d. Romboli) and in July, picked up titles in Sopot (d. Ciric) and Tampere (d. Genesse)Reached finals at Santiago (l. to M. Gonzalez) and Szczecin (l. to Machado) Earned a career-high $128,243 CAREER IN REVIEW The French veteran has put together a 150-116 record in Challengers with 7 titles while also claiming 16 Futures titles with a 188-70 record In 2010, won Challengers in Geneva (d. Andujar) and Brasov (d. Pospisil)Claimed 5 Future titles. In 2009, claimed 1 Futures title in 5 finals before ending season in late July In 2008, was 0-2 in ATP level matches, playing Buenos Aires and Roland GarrosWon Miami Challenger (d. Menedez-Maceiras) and reached finals in Rome (l. to Schwank) and Aarhus (Gimeno-Traver)Also reached 1 Futures final In 2007, returned after 10-month injury lay-off with Italian Futures titleHad stretch with 4 titles in 7 finals with 32-3 recordWon 1st Challenger title Tampere (d. Luczak) and reached 2 other finals In 2006, played 5 total events, including ATP stop in Buenos AiresWon Futures title in Morocco In 2005, played just 6 eventsWas 2-3 in ChallengersWas 10-2 in Futures with 1 title In 2004, reached final at Tampere Challenger (l. to Pashanski)Won 2 Futures titles In 2003, earned lone ATP match win in Casablanca (d. Ramirez-Hidalgo, l. to Mutis)Also played Buenos AiresReached 3 Challenger QF In 2002, made 2nd Roland Garros appearance (l. to Agassi)Reached 3 Challenger QF In 2001, reached 3 Challenger SF and 2 Futures finals In 2000, made Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros (l. to Meligeni)Reached 1st Challenger SF at Contrexeville In 1999, was 7-6 in Futures with 1 SF In 1998, at age 17, was 1-4 in Futures In juniors, finished 1999 ranked No. 3 GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-0)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 7Father, Daniel, teaches judo, and mother, Stella, is a nurseHas an older brother, NicolasHobbies include watching DVDs and television, judo and going out with his friendsTrains at the FFT national training centre at Roland Garros

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QUERREY (USA)
Birthdate: October 7, 1987 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: San Francisco, CA, USA Height: 6'6" (1.98m) Residence: Las Vegas, NV, USA Weight: 200 (90kg) Career Win-Loss: 145-121 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3,466,535 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 6/5 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 10-28 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 17 (January 31, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 23 (May 17, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

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93 (12-15) 2008: 39 (28-26) 2005: T756 (0-0) 18 (39-24) 2007: 63 (19-22) 2004: N/R (0-0) 25 (41-23) 2006: 127 (6-11) 2003:T1405 (0-0)

2002: N/R (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $484,266. Matches won-lost: ATP: 12-15 (singles), 14-8 (doubles) Challenger: 10-3 (singles), 6-3 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Memphis, Valencia. Doubles Winner: Rome. Finalist: Houston. Semifinalist: Madrid(all w/Isner). 2011 IN REVIEW The California native returned from right elbow surgery to finish in Top 100 for 5th consecutive season Underwent surgery on June 16 in New York and was sidelined nearly 3 months before returning Sept. 12 at Tulsa Challenger where he reached SF Had a 12-15 match record (8-8 on hard, 2-6 on clay, 2-1 on grass) with best ATP World Tour resultsbeing 2 QF, in Memphis in February (l. to Fish) and Valencia in November (d. No. 8 Tsonga, l. to del Potro)Also reached 4R at Indian Wells and 3R in Miami Upon returning, played in Sacramento and Tiburon Challengers, losing to Karlovic in SF and final, respectively, 6-4 in 3rd set in bothHad a 10-3 mark in Challengers His last tournament before being sidelined was at Queens Club in London (l. to Ward 3R) CAREER IN REVIEW The American finished in Top 40 for 3 straight seasons (2008-10) and has a 6-5 record in finals In 2010, won career-high 4 titles (on 3 different surfaces) in 5 finals with his 1st Top 20 finishHis 4 titles were 3rd most on tour (behind Nadal's 7, Federers 5)In Memphis, won singles (d. Isner) and doubles (w/Isner) and defeated Isner again in BelgradePicked up his 1st career grass court title at Queens (d. Fish) and followed with 4R at Wimbledon (l. to Murray)Earned a career-high $1,252,096 In 2009, 1st Top 25 finish with Los Angeles title (d. Ball) and 4 other finals1st American to reach at 3 finals in a row (Newport, Indianapolis, Los Angeles) since Roddick advanced to 4 straight in '04In late September, suffered season-ending right arm injury in Bangkok when glass table he was sitting on collapsed, causing deep cut that required stitches (cut narrowly missed damaging nerves that could have ended his career) In 2008, reached SF in Delray Beach, Indianapolis and won 1st ATP title in Las Vegas (d. Anderson) Advanced to QF at Monte-Carlo (l. to Djokovic) and 4R at US Open (l. to Nadal)Made Davis Cup debut vs. Spain and lost to Nadal in 4 sets and F. Lopez in dead rubber In 2007, won 19 ATP matches, advanced to 1st SF in Indianapolis and 3 QF to break into Top 50At Indianapolis, beat No. 10 Blake in QF for 1st Top 10 victory (l. to Tursunov in SF) and hit a career-high 34 aces vs. Blake, including 10 in a rowIn doubles, reached QF at US Open (w/Kendrick) In 2006, jumped more than 600 ranking positions with 3 Challenger titles As a junior, reached QF at US Open in 2004 and Roland Garros in 05Won back-to-back hard court titles at USTA Spring Championships and Easter Bowl in 05 In Davis Cup, 1-4 career mark in singles in 3 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (6): 2010 Memphis(IH), Belgrade(CL), London / Queen's Club(G), Los Angeles(H); 2009 Los Angeles(H); 2008 Las Vegas(H). FINALIST (5): 2010 Houston(CL); 2009 Auckland(H), Newport(G), Indianapolis(H), New Haven(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-4) ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY

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PERSONAL: Full name is Sam Austin QuerreyBegan playing tennis at age 4 when introduced by his mother, Chris, a housewifeFather, Mike, a mortgage banker, was drafted by Detroit Tigers but chose to play college baseball insteadHas 1 younger sister Ellen, who is an outstanding volleyball player at Thousand Oaks High School Had a full scholarship offer to play at Univ. of Southern California before deciding to turn pro in June 2006 Hobbies include playing basketball, table tennis and golfA Los Angeles Clippers (NBA) fanFavourite surface is hard courts and considers serve and forehand his strengthHit 2 home runs in batting practice on Mar. 29, 2008 at Dolphins Stadium in MiamiCoached by USTAs David Nainkin
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QURESHI

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Birthdate: March 17, 1980 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Lahore, Pakistan Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Lahore, Pakistan Weight: 172 (78kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 116-85 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,227,956 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 5/7 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 125 (Dec. 10, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 8 (June 6, 2011) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 9 (43-28) 2008: 85 (9-13) 2010: 18 (39-22) 2007: 100 (2-2) 2009: 59 (8-8) 2006: 365 (2-2)

2005: 164 (2-1) 2004: 136 (1-0) 2003: 187 (1-5)

2002: 102 (6-2) 1999: 365 (0-1) 2001: 171 (3-1) 1998: T1000 (0-0) 2000: 211 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $434,430. Matches won-lost: ATP: 1-2 (singles), 43-28 (doubles). Doubles Winner: Halle, Stockholm, Paris(all w/Bopanna), Bangkok(w/Marach). Semifinalist: Sydney, Indian Wells, Monte-Carlo, Estoril, US Openall w/Bopanna). 2011 IN REVIEW The Pakistan native teamed with Bopanna to finish No. 5 and qualify for season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London They compiled a 43-28 match record, winning a career-high 3 ATP World Tour titlesAlso reached SF in 5 other tournaments, including US Open (l. to Fyrstenberg-Matkowski), Indian Wells and Monte-Carlo In 1st 5 months of season, went 17-12, with best results 4 SF and Roland Garros QF In June, captured 1st career grass court title in Halle (d. Haase-Raonic) and were upset in 1R at Wimbledon, falling 21-19 in 3rd set to Colombians Cabal-Farah Won titles in Stockholm (d. Melo-Soares) and ATP Masters 1000 Paris (d. Benneteau-Mahut) in November Earned a career-high $434,430 CAREER IN REVIEW The top Pakistani played mostly ATP qualifying and Challengers in singles tournaments in 2008-09 before dedicating to doubles full-time in 2010, forming the Indo Pak Express with BopannaHas compiled a 94-113 singles match record in Challengers (1-1 in finals) and 172-70 in Futures (15-5 in finals) In 2010, captured 1st title with Bopanna and made 5 other finals, including US OpenAdvanced to QF at Wimbledon (l. to eventual champs Melzer-Petzschner)Runner-up at New Haven (l. to Lindstedt-Tecau) then did not drop a set en route to 1st Grand Slam final at US Open, defeating Nestor-Zimonjic in 3R and MoodieNorman in QF before falling to World No. 1 Bryans in 2 TBLed with 16-3 Match TB record In 2009, ranked No. 59 in doubles with 8 Challenger finals (4-4), a SF in Indianapolis (w/Querrey)3R at Wimbledon (w/P. Amritraj) In 2008, reached Newport doubles final (w/Bopanna)Went 3-2 in Challenger finals In 2007, best singles results came on grass, qualifying in 3 tournaments in Halle (with highest-ranked win over No. 11 Gasquet), Wimbledon and NewportIn Newport, advanced to his 1st ATP World Tour QF (d. Fish, Healey, l. to Norman)Closed season with title at New Delhi Challenger (d. An) and reached a career-high No. 125In doubles, reached 1st ATP final in Mumbai (w/Bopanna) In Davis Cup, 48-20 career mark (30-15 in singles) in 29 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). FINALIST (7). GRAND SLAM HISTORY
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PERSONAL Enjoyed cricket and swimming before age 12, when he started playing tennisSpeaks Urdu, Punjabi and EnglishNickname is "Somi"Raised in a sporting familyFather is Ihtsham-ul-Haq, a businessman, presented the Prince Henrik Medal of Honour by the Royal Kingdom of DenmarkMother is Nosheen Ihtsham, a former Pakistan No. 1 tennis playerBrother Zain (businessman and sports writer) and sister Shiza Hassan (a fashion clothing designer)Runs a family-run charity 'Haq Foundation'Is a UNDP ambassador for flood relief and natural disastersEducated at Punjab University Lahore (bachelor in economics and political sciences)Goals in tennis "to make it a popular sport in Pakistan, to win a Grand Slam and to win a gold medal for Pakistan at the Asian Games"Favourite surface is grassFavourite shot is backhand volley and tournament is WimbledonIdols growing up were Stefan Edberg and Boris BeckerSupports Liverpool and Real Madrid football clubsFavourite sporting personalities are Michael Jordan and Mohammad AliRecipient of many awards including: Presidents Award for Performance by the Government of Pakistan on 14 August 2004; ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year Award for 2002 (w/Hadad) and 2010 (w/Bopanna); Triple gold medalist at first Islamic Solidarity Games in Saudi Arabia in 2005; Salam Pakistan Youth Award by President of Pakistan on 14 August 2007; runner-up for the 2003 Anne Frank Award For Moral Courage by the Anne Frank Trust, UK; Selected as a "Champion of Peace" by Peace and Sport World Forum, Monaco in 2010; Voted Most stylish Sportsman in Pakistan in 2011Wife Faha Makhdum (married December 16-18, 2011)Coached by Robert Davis (since 2002)

ALBERT

RAMOS (ESP)
Birthdate: January 17, 1988 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Barcelona, Spain Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Mataro, Spain Weight: 177 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 15-20 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $455,646 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-2 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 67 (November 7, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 322 (September 21, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 66 (13-16) 2008: 452 (0-0) 2010: 123 (2-4) 2007: 707 (0-0) 2009: 168 (0-0) 2006: T779 (0-0)

2005:T1254 (0-0) 2004:T1447 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $280,181. Matches won-lost: ATP: 13-16 (singles), 0-7 (doubles) Challenger: 25-8 (singles), 5-6 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Umag, Bucharest. 2011 IN REVIEW The Barcelona native finished in Top 100 for 1st time with successful clay court results, reaching QF in Umag (l. to Dolgopolov) and Bucharest (l. to Mayer), falling to eventual winnersAlso qualified 6 times into main draw Highest-ranked win came over No. 22 Cilic in Shanghai 1R after qualifying Qualified for 1st Grand Slam event at Roland Garros and defeated countryman Marti in 5 sets (l. to Soderling in 2R) In Challenger tournaments, compiled a 25-8 match record with 2 titles in Milan and San Sebastian while reaching final in Turin (l. to Berlocq) Compiled marks of 11-10 on clay and 2-6 on hard courts while earning a career-high $280,181 CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has claimed 4 titles in both Challenger and Futures tournaments, posting a career record of 8447 in Challengers and 103-71 in Futures In 2010, made ATP debut as qualifier in Barcelona and reached 3R (d. Russell, F. Gonzalez; l. to Gulbis)Won Challengers at San Sebastian (d. Paire) and Seville (d. Riba) In 2009, reached 1st career Challenger final as qualifier in Seville (l. to Riba)Also finalist in Palermo and reached 2 other SFClaimed 3 Futures titles In 2008, reached QF or better in 12 Futures, including 1 title and 1 final In 2007, was 17-17 in Futures with 1 SF and 4 QF In 2006, was 9-12 in Futures, reaching 1st career final at Santa Cruz de Teneri (l. to Mannarino) In 2005, posted 4-7 record in Spanish Futures In 2004, at age 16, was 1-2 in Spanish Futures GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1)

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PERSONAL Mother is Leonor and father, Guzman, is a dentist; has 1 older brother, Eduard, who works in a sports shop and a younger sister, Anna, who is a studentStarted playing tennis at 5 because of his father who played at the local club in MataroFavourite surface is clay and favourite shot is forehandWhen not on the tour, he enjoys most spending time with friends and familyHe is a big fan of the FC Barcelona and likes to go to the Camp Nou when he gets a chanceIs following an online business administration degreeIdol growing up was Alex Corretja

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In 2011, Spain had a leading 13 players in the Top 100, and Albert Ramos was the only newcomer among them: No. 2 Rafael Nadal No. 50 Juan Carlos Ferrero No. 5 David Ferrer No. 51 Tommy Robredo No. 10 Nicolas Almagro No. 53 Albert Montanes No. 20 Feliciano Lopez No. 65 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez No. 24 Fernando Verdasco No. 66 Albert Ramos No. 27 Marcel Granollers No. 89 Pere Riba No. 46 Pablo Andujar
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MILOS

RAONIC (CAN)
Birthdate: December 27, 1990 Turned Pro: 2008 Birthplace: Podgorica, Montenegro Height: 6'5" (1.96m) Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco Weight: 195 (88kg) Career Win-Loss: 35-26 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $798,730 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 3-8 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 25 (May 2, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 232 (June 13, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 31 (31-19) 2008: 923 (0-0) 2010: 156 (4-6) 2007:T1369 (0-0) 2009: 377 (0-1)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $674,966. Matches won-lost: ATP: 31-19 (singles), 4-5 (doubles). Singles Winner: San Jose. Finalist: Memphis. Semifinalist: Estoril, Stockholm. Quarterfinalist: Halle. Doubles Finalist: Halle(w/Haase). 2011 IN REVIEW The top Canadian earned ATP Newcomer of Year honors for breakout season with 1st ATP World Tour title and 31 match winsReached a career-high No. 25 on May 2 (highest-ranked Canadian ever) Became 1st player to win an ATP World Tour singles title born in 1990s as he captured title in San Jose in February, defeating No. 9 Verdasco in 2 TBBroken once during week and led tournament with 58 aces Became 1st Canadian to win an ATP title since Rusedski in Seoul in April 1995 Following week in Memphis, reached final, winning 4 straight 3-set matches, including back-to-back 3rd set TB wins over No. 9 Verdasco and StepanekHit career-high and tournament record 38 aces vs. StepanekLost to No. 8 Roddick 7-5 in 3rd set in finalIn 2 weeks, jumped from No. 84 to 55 to 37 on Feb. 21 In 1st month of season, ranked No. 152, qualified at Australian Open and posted wins over Phau, No. 24 Llodra and No. 10 Youzhny before losing to No. 7 Ferrer in 4 setsAfterwards, broke into Top 100 at No. 94 Played well on clay in April with 3R in Monte-Carlo, Barcelona and 1st SF in Estoril (l. to Verdasco)Then lost next 3 1R matches before turning things around with QF on grass in Halle (l. to Petzschner) Made Wimbledon debut and retired in 2R vs. Muller on June 22 due to a right hip injuryUnderwent surgery on July 5 in Vail, Colorado, and came back 2 months later to play Davis Cup World Group playoff tie in Israel, losing to Weintraub in 4-set 2nd rubber on Sept. 16Canada won tie 3-2 In Tokyo in October, lost to No. 2 Nadal in 2RReached SF in Stockholm (l. to eventual champ Monfils) Went 3-6 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 19-11 on hard, 9-6 on clay and 3-2 on grassHad 22-12 mark in TBRanked No. 2 in 1st serve pts. won (79%), No. 4 in service games won (88%) and No. 5 in aces (637)Earned a career-high $674,966 CAREER IN REVIEW The Canadian youngster established himself on the Futures circuit with 4 titles and a 58-30 record before breaking onto the ATP sceneIs 11-16 lifetime in Challengers In 2010, made Grand Slam debut as qualifier at US Open (l. to Ball)Reached 1st ATP QF as qualifier in Kuala Lumpur (l. to Andreev)Reached 2R in Tokyo (l. to Nadal)Made Davis Cup debut against Colombia in March losing twice before earning 1st win against Domincan Republic 9-7 in 5th over EstrellaReached 1st career Challenger final in Granby (l. to Kamke)Won 2 Futures titles in 3 finals In 2009, made ATP debut as qualifier at Montral (l. to Gonzalez)Claimed 1 Futures title in Canada and another in ThailandWas 31-13 in Futures events In 2008, was 8-6 in Futures including 1 final and 0-3 in Challengers In Davis Cup, 5-3 career mark (3-3 in singles) in 4 ties CAREER TITLES (1): 2011 San Jose(IH). FINALIST (1): 2011 Memphis(IH). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1) GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-0) ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 HISTORY

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PERSONAL Moved from Podgorica, Montenegro to Canada at age 3Parents are Dusan and Vesna (both engineers); sister, Jelena and brother, MomirStarted playing tennis aged 8His dad "used a ball machine at 6:30 a.m. or 9:00 p.m. because court fees were a lot cheaper at this time"Was among the 1st group of players to join Tennis Canada's National Training Centre in Montreal when it was opened in 2007Favourite surface is hard courts Favourite shots are serve and overheadHobbies include watching movies and talking to family on Skype Supports Real Madrid and NBAs Toronto RaptorsIdol growing up was Pete Sampras, "I video-taped all his televised matches"Coached by former ATP pro Galo Blanco (since October 2010)

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RIBA (ESP)
Birthdate: April 7, 1988 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Barcelona, Spain Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Barcelona, Spain Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 20-40 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $825,907 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 65 (May 16, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 81 (June 7, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 89 (11-22) 2008: 157 (0-0) 2010: 72 (6-14) 2007: 267 (1-1) 2009: 121 (2-3) 2006: 642 (0-0)

2005: T909 (0-0) 2004:T1077 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $379,604. Matches won-lost: ATP: 11-22 (singles), 11-14 (doubles) Challenger: 17-10 (singles), 5-9 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Casablanca. Doubles Semifinalist: Casablanca(w/Fognini), Estoril(w/Berlocq). 2011 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 75 for 2nd straight year, highlighted by his 1st ATP World Tour QF in Casablanca in April (l. to eventual champ Andujar)On May 16, reached a career-high No. 65 Qualified 5 times in main draw, including ATP Masters 1000 events in Monte-Carlo, Madrid and Rome Played in all 4 Grand Slam tournaments for 1st time and reached 2R at Australian Open (d. Ball, l. to Melzer) and Roland Garros (d. Dodig, l. to Tipsarevic) In Challenger tournaments, compiled a 17-10 match record with 2 finals in San Sebastian (l. to Ramos) in August and Banja Luka (l. to Kavcic) in September Compiled marks of 9-12 on clay, 2-8 on hard and 0-2 on grass while earning a career-high $379,604 CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has worked his way up to ATP World Tour level competition with successful Challenger and Futures resultsHas a 137-86 match record in Challengers and 5-8 in finalsHas also compiled a 94-58 total record in Futures events and 4-7 in finals In 2010, posted a 43-14 match record (all on clay) in Challengers and won 3 clay titles, in Barletta (d. Darcis), Bytom (d. Bagnis) and Cancun (d. Berlocq)Also reached back-to-back finals in Seville (l. Ramos) and Banja Luka (l. Ilhan)Went 6-14 in ATP World Tour level play with 3R in Hamburg and 2R in Santiago, Munich and Roland Garros In 2009, broke out by winning Seville Challenger title (d. Ramos) and reaching finals at Tanger (l. to M. Lopez), Brasov (l. to de Bakker) and Florianopolis (l. to Rufin)Qualified 3 times in ATP World Tour events in Barcelona (1R), Hamburg and Bucharest (2R in both) In 2008, won 1st Challenger title in Seville (d. Burzi) and runner-up at Medjugorje (l. to Navarro)Also went 2-1 in Spanish Futures finals In 2007, qualified for 1st ATP tournament in Umag and lost to Moya in 2RHad 1-5 mark in Futures finals GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1)

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID

PERSONAL Began playing at age 6Nicknamed El MagoFather, Pedro Ramon Riba Camarasa, works for TV3 in Barcelona and mother, Maria Rosa Madrid Roca, is a housewifeYounger brother, Merce, is a studentSpeaks Catalan, Spanish, Italian and EnglishSupports Real ZaragozaConsiders forehand best shot, clay his best surface and favourite tournaments are Roland Garros and MadridFuture goal is to break into Top 10Favourite tennis memory was his victory in Davis Cup juniors in 04Trains in home town of Barcelona

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STEPHANE

ROBERT (FRA)
Birthdate: May 17, 1980 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Montargis, France Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Montargis, France Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 14-24 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $668,285 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-4 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 61 (February 22, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 126 (October 31, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 105 (2-5) 2008: 366 (0-0) 2010: 122 (11-17) 2007: 429 (0-0) 2009: 108 (0-0) 2006: 227 (0-0)

2005: 539 (0-0) 2004: 204 (1-2) 2003: 225 (0-0)

2002: 340 (0-0) 2001: T907 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $166,171. Matches won-lost: ATP: 2-5 (singles), 0-2 (doubles) Challenger: 35-20 (singles), 30-12 (doubles). 2011 IN REVIEW The veteran Frenchman finished just outside Top 100 and his best results came in Challenger level play, compiling a 35-20 match record with his lone title in Ostrava (d. Kellner)Also reached final at Le Gosier (l. to O. Rochus) in March and 3 other SF In limited ATP World Tour tournaments, qualified at Australian Open (l. to Almagro) and at Roland Garros where he posted biggest career win over No. 6 Berdych in 1R (l. to Fognini in 2R) CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman compiled his best restults on Challenger level, with a career mark of 132-90 and 6-4 in finals, with all 6 titles coming on clay (85-53 record on his favourite surface) and winning 13 Futures titles while compiling a 157-51 record In 2010, reached 1st career ATP final in Johannesburg (d. Ferrer in SF, l. F. Lopez)Played all 4 Grand Slams for 1st time in career, earning only match win at Australian OpenWas 11-17 in ATP actionWon Tanger Challenger (d. Dolgopolov)Reached a career-high No. 61 on Feb. 22 In 2009, won titles at Challengers in Kosice (d. Vanek) and Alphen aan den Rijn (d. Russell) while also reaching finals at Orleans (l. to Malisse) and Jersey (l. to Nieminen)Complied a 37-16 Challenger recordIn Futures, won 3 titles while posting a 26-3 record In 2008, returned from illness in June with no ATP rankingPosted 31-10 Futures record in 2nd half of year, claiming 2 titles and reaching 3 other finals In 2007, played just 5 events, winning 2 British FuturesDid not play after February due to Hepatitis A In 2006, was finalist at Wrexham Challenger (l. to Bogdanovic)Was 16-13 in Challengers and 9-1 in Futures In 2004, recorded 1st career ATP match win in Houston (d. Faurel, l. to Horna)Made Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros (l. to Zabaleta)Was 22-21 in Challengers with a title in Budapest In 2003, won 1st career Challenger at Sofia (d. Elsner)Was 9-3 in Challengers and 43-18 with 3 Futures titles In 2002, won 1st Futures in Tel Aviv and went 20-12 on that circuit FINALIST (1): 2010 Johannesburg(H). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-2)

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PERSONAL Starting playing aged 8Parents are Luc and Martine - both retiredFather was a mechanic, mother a secretaryBrother, Fabien, is a tennis coach and used to play proFavourite surface is clay, and favourite shot is backhand.Idols growing up were Andre Agassi and Gustavo KuertenHobbies include following sport in general and readingLikes to read DostojevskiIf he wasn't a tennis player he would still be involved in tennis in some capacity, most likely as a tennis coachOn his style of play he says, "I had been all my life playing what I call 'casino tennis,' hitting crazy shots, gambling with big shots and closing my eyes just hoping the ball would go in"

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ROBREDO (ESP)
Birthdate: May 1, 1982 Turned Pro: 1998 Birthplace: Hostalric, Spain Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: San Cugat del Valles, Spain Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 417-263 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $9,206,018 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 10/7 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 17-67 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 5 (August 28, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 16 (April 20, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 51 (20-12) 2008: 21 (37-23) 2005: 20 (44-24) 2002: 30 (32-26) 1999:243 (2-2) 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) 1997: -- (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $473,653. Matches won-lost: ATP: 20-12 (singles), 11-6 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Santiago. Semifinalist: Buenos Aires. Doubles Winner: Auckland(w/Granollers). 2011 IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished just outside Top 50 for 1st time since 2000In February, won 10th career title in Santiago (d. Giraldo in 3 sets) and 2 weeks later advanced to SF in Buenos Aires (l. to Almagro) Started 16-4 before leg injury forced QF W/D in Indian WellsOnly played once (Monte-Carlo) in next 3 months before Wimbledon 1RWas 2-7 in limited play rest of yearStreak of 41 straight Grand Slam events played ended with Roland GarrosBest Slam result was 4R at Australian Open (d. Fish in 2R, l. to Federer) Compiled marks of 12-5 on clay and 8-6 on hard CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard finished in Top 20 for 5 of 6 years from 2004-09, except 08, and is 10-7 lifetime in ATP World Tour finals (8 titles on clay)His biggest career title was in Hamburg in 2006, when he finished a year-end best No. 7Has reached 5 Grand Slam QF (4 at Roland Garros) In 2010, finished with 10th straight Top 50 season1st year without title since 2005Fewest match wins (20) since 2000 In 2006, broke into Top 10 on May 8 shortly after reaching Barcelona final (l. to Nadal)Won personal-best 49 matches, earned a career-high $1,454,675 and Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup In 2005, 1 of 4 Spaniards in ending Top 20, along with No. 2 Nadal, No. 15 Ferrer, No. 18 Ferrero In 2004, No. 2 Spaniard (behind No. 5 Moya) finished in Top 20 for 1st timeWon title in hometown of Barcelona (d. Gaudio in 5 sets) and helped his country win Davis Cup title (d. U.S. 3-2) In 2003, reached 1st Grand Slam QF at Roland Garros by beating No. 1 Hewitt in 5 sets and 3-time champion Kuerten before losing to defending champion A. Costa in 5 sets In 2001, won 1st title in Sopot (d. Portas) and finished as 2nd-youngest player (behind Roddick) at 19y8m in year-end Top 30 In juniors, won Orange Bowl 16-under in 1998 and in 2000 reached final at Roland Garros (l. to Mathieu) In Davis Cup, 8-11 career mark (5-7 in singles) in 13 ties and member of 2004 winning team (did not play in final)2-time Olympian (2004 Athens 3R, 2008 Beijing 1R) CAREER TITLES (10): 2011 Santiago(CL); 2009 Costa Do Sauipe(CL), Buenos Aires(CL); 2008 Bstad(CL); 2007 Sopot(CL), Metz(IH); 2006 Hamburg(CL), Bstad(CL); 2004 Barcelona(CL); 2001 Sopot - WS(CL). FINALIST (7): 2008 Warsaw(CL); 2007 Auckland(H), Beijing(H); 2006 Barcelona(CL); 2005 Estoril(CL); 2003 Stuttgart(CL); 2001 Casablanca(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (5). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 10-4)

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CAREER W-L: 110-79 BEST RESULT: SF (Paris 06, Cincinnati 06, 04)

CAREER 1-2

PERSONAL Full name is Tommy Robredo GarcesBegan playing tennis at age 5Grew 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.A.R.)Father, Angel, a tennis coach, was a big fan of the The Who and named his son after the groupMother, Dolores, was an assistant tennis coachSpeaks Catalan, Spanish, French, English and ItalianSupports FC Barcelona and favourite player is PuyolConsiders forehand his best shot and clay is favourite surfaceIn 2007, appeared in People en Espaol, UK Cosmopolitan and received Mens Health Most Stylish Man in Spain awardIn 2011 received ATP Aces for Charity Grant for the work he does with The Tommy Robredo Foundation who helps allow sports training for people with a disability and holds an international wheelchair tennis tournamentCoached by Karim Perona and Salvador Navarro
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ROCHUS (BEL)
Birthdate: January 18, 1981 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Namur, Belgium Height: 5'6" (1.68m) Residence: Dion-Valmont, Belgium Weight: 143 (64kg) Career Win-Loss: 226-248 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,404,848 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/7 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 13-40 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 24 (October 17, 2005) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 29 (July 5, 2004) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 67 (13-16) 2008: 120 (13-25) 2005: 28 (37-27) 2002: 64 (20-22) 1999:364 (0-0) 1996:T1028 (0-0) 2010: 113 (16-23) 2007: 48 (19-26) 2004: 71 (19-24) 2001: 113 (9-21) 1998: 642 (0-0) 2009: 57 (14-9) 2006: 36 (33-20) 2003: 49 (24-30) 2000: 67 (9-5) 1997:T1270 (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $294,395. Matches won-lost: ATP: 13-16 (singles), 1-7 (doubles) Challenger: 13-7 (singles), 4-3 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Newport. Quarterfinalist: Eastbourne. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Belgian (behind No. 49 Malisse) returned to Top 100 by reaching his 9th career ATP World Tour final in Newport (l. to Isner) for 2nd year in a rowAlso reached QF on grass in Eastbourne (l. to Seppi) in June Compiled a 13-7 mark in Challenger events, winning title in Le Gosier in March (d. Robert) and reaching final in Rennes (l. to Benneteau) in October Went 0-3 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 7-3 on grass, 4-8 on hard and 2-5 on clay CAREER IN REVIEW The Belgian veteran owns 2 ATP titles while compiling a 226-248 recordHas 7 titles with a 122-56 record at Challengers as well as 6 titles with a 58-19 record in FuturesOwns an 88-109 career ATP doubles record with 2 titles, including a Grand Slam crown In 2010, reached final at Newport (l. to Fish)Reached QF at Nice (d. No. 8 Soderling, l. to Gasquet) In 2009, was finalist in Stockholm (l. to Baghdatis) and SF in Halle (l. to Djokovic) and Newport (l. to R. Ram) Was 26-13 in Challengers with Manchester title and 2 finals In 2008, after 13-25 season had right shoulder surgery on Oct. 30 In 2006, won Munich title (d. Vliegen) and reached QF in Halle (l. to Federer after 4 MP) In 2004, won doubles title at Roland Garros (w/Malisse) to become 1st Belgian males to reach Grand Slam final in Open Era In 2003, finalist at Copenhagen (l. to Kucera) In 2002, runner up at Copenhagen (l. to Burgsmuller) and reached SF at St. Plten (l. to Lapentti)Reached 3R at Queens (l. to Hewitt) and Wimbledon (d. No. 2 Safin, l. to Clement)Reached 3 Challenger SF In 2001, reached QF in Houston (l. to Tabara) and Amsterdam (l. to Schalken) as well as 3R at Roland Garros (l. to Kafelnikov)Won Bolton Challenger In 2000, finished in Top 100, as did brother Christophe, becoming 1st sibling duo to do so since Byron and Wayne Black in 1998Won 1st ATP title in Palermo, becoming 1st Belgian winner since Filip Dewulf (1995 Vienna) and shortest since Angel Gimenez (55/1.66m) at Bournemouth in 1980Made Grand Slam debut at WimbledonMade Davis Cup debut in dead rubber vs Russia (l. to Youzhny)ATP Newcomer of the Year In juniors, reached SF at Roland Garros and Wimbledon in 1997Won 1998 Wimbledon doubles (w/Federer) In Davis Cup, 19-26 career mark (14-14 singles) in 24 ties2-time Olympian (2004 Athens 2R, 2008 Beijing 3R) CAREER TITLES (2): 2006 Munich(CL); 2000 Palermo(CL). FINALIST (7): 2011 Newport(G); 2010 Newport(G); 2009 Stockholm(IH); 2007 Mumbai(H); 2005 Auckland(H); 2003 Copenhagen(IH); 2002 Copenhagen(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (2). FINALIST (5). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 11-20)

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CAREER W-L: 36-47 BEST RESULT: 4R (Miami 11, 06)

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PERSONAL Full name is Olivier Laurent Pierre RochusNicknamed "Olli"Began playing tennis at age 6 along with his older brother Christophe who played on the ATP World TourHas 1 younger brother, PierreFather, Jean-Paul, is a doctor; mother, Anne, is a dentistFavourite player growing up was Pete SamprasAmbition as a child was "to be tall"Also played table tennis and handball as a youngsterConsiders backhand and return as strengths and favourite surface is hard courtsElected to ATP Player Council in June 2006Fitness trainer is Patrick Meur and coached by countryman Reginald Willems

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RODDICK (USA)
Birthdate: August 30, 1982 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Omaha, Nebraska, USA Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Austin, Texas, USA Weight: 190 (86kg) Career Win-Loss: 589-197 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $20,088,103 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 30/20 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 36-68 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 1 (November 3, 2003) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 50 (January 11, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

14 (34-16) 2008: 8 (48-18) 2007: 7 (48-15) 2006:

8 (49-18) 2005: 6 (54-16) 2004: 6 (49-20) 2003:

3 (59-14) 2002: 10 (56-22) 2 (74-18) 2001: 14 (42-16) 1 (72-19) 2000: 158 (4-5)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,061,404. Matches won-lost: ATP: 34-16 (singles), 6-4 (doubles). Singles Winner: Memphis. Finalist: Brisbane. Semifinalist: London / Queen's Club, Winston-Salem. Quarterfinalist: US Open, Shanghai, Basel. Doubles Finalist: Rome(w/Fish). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 American (behind No. 8 Fish) captured his 30th career title on ATP World Tour in Memphis to increase his title streak to 11 consecutive years (Federer is only other active player to accomplish same feat)His run of 9 straight Top 10 finishes came to an end with No. 14 year-end ranking The Austin resident reached QF or better 8 times during year, including QF at US Open (d. No. 5 Ferrer, l. to Nadal), his best Slam result of yearClosed season with QF in Shanghai (l. to Ferrer) and Basel (l. to Federer) then 3R in Paris (l. to Murray) Also reached SF at Queens Club in London (l. to Murray) in June and Winston-Salem (l. to Isner) prior to US OpenThat week ranked No. 21 for 1st time outside Top 20 since August 2001 In August in Cincinnati, lost in 1R to Kohlschreiber and prior to that, played July 8 in Davis Cup QF vs. Spain in Austin and lost to No. 6 Ferrer in second rubber in straight setsWas sidelined with an abdominal injury and withdrew from tournaments in Washington and Montral After opening round loss in Miami, as defending champ, fell from No. 8 to No. 14 on Apr. 5 In March, won 2 1R Davis Cup matches in Chile (d. Massu, Capdeville, both in 4 sets) and advanced to 4R at Indian Wells (l. to Gasquet) Opened season by reaching final in Brisbane (l. to Soderling) and followed with a 4R at Australian Open (l. to Wawrinka) Went 1-7 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 27-12 on hard, 5-2 on grass and 2-2 on clay CAREER IN REVIEW One of most consistent performers in U.S. tennis history with a 30-20 mark in singles finalsHis biggest career title was US Open in 2003Runner-up in 4 other Grand Slam events, including Wimbledon (2004-05, 09) and US Open in 06, each time losing to FedererHe is 2nd-winningest Davis Cup player (w/33 wins) in U.S. history (behind J. McEnroe-41) and led team to title in 2007 (d. Russia), its 1st crown since 1995 In 2010, Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour FinalsCaptured 1st pro title Down Under in Brisbane and won 2nd Miami title after defeating Nadal (SF) and Berdych (F) In 2009, won title in Memphis and runner-up in Doha, Wimbledon and WashingtonIn Wimbledon final, did not drop serve until final game of match, holding 37 straight service games, before Federer won 16-14 in 5th set in longest decisive set in Grand Slam final historyHit career-high 43 aces in QF win over Hewitt en routeQualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals but withdrew due to left knee injury, which 1st occurred Oct. 13 in Shanghai In 2008, captured 3 ATP World Tour titles (San Jose, Dubai, Beijing) in 4 finals posting wins over Top 3 players for 1st time in a seasonQualified for 6th straight Tennis Masters Cup In 2007, led U.S. to its 1st Davis Cup title since 95 by going 6-0 in Cup play as U.S. defeated Russia 4-1 in final1st American to go undefeated and lead his country to Cup title since Sampras (6-0) in 95Advanced to SF at Australian Open for 3rd time (l. to Federer) and final in Memphis (l. to Haas)Won title at Queens for 4th time in 5 years and won title in Washington In 2006, won Cincinnati title (d. Ferrero) and reached 4th career Grand Slam final at US Open (l. to Federer) Went 18-2 during summer, including runner-up in Indianapolis (l. to Blake) In 2005, won titles in San Jose, Houston, Queens, Washington and 20th of his career in LyonIn Davis Cup, led U.S. back into 06 World Group by wins over Belgiums Rochus brothers, including 5-setter against Olivier (4:32)Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup, but withdrew after 1 match due to a right ankle injury In 2004, captured 4 titles (San Jose, Miami, Queens, Indianapolis) and runner-up in 4 other tournaments, including Wimbledon (l. to Federer)Led U.S. to 1st Davis Cup final since 97Recorded worlds fastest serve at 155 mph in Davis Cup SF (vs. Voltchkov) on Sept. 24 In 2003, youngest American (21y3m) and 2nd overall (behind Hewitt, 20y8m in 2001) to finish No. 1 in history of ATP Rankings (since 1973)Became 6th American to finish No. 1 (Sampras-6 times, Connors-5, McEnroe-4, Courier-1, Agassi-1)Won Australian Open record 21-19 in 5th set in QF win over El AynaouiEarned a career-high $3,227,342 In 2002, youngest American to finish in year-end Top 10 since Chang in 92Won Memphis and Houston titlesFinalist in Delray BeachReached 1st ATP Masters 1000 final in Toronto (l. to Caas) In 2001, youngest player (19) in ATP Top 20 and 1st American teen to win at least 3 titles in same season since
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Sampras won 4 in 90Made Davis Cup debut in 1R in SwitzerlandMade clay debut in Atlanta and dropped one set en route to 1st title1st American teen to win an ATP title since Chang (Feb. 92)Follwed up with Houston title1st American to capture back-to-back clay titles since Courier in 92Won 1st hard court title in Washington In 2000, youngest player (18y3m) in year-end Top 200As No. 1 junior, won Australian Open and US Open without dropping a set1st American to win Australian juniors since Buchholz in 591st American No. 1 junior since Brian Dunn in 92 In Davis Cup, 33-12 career singles mark in 25 ties from 2001-09, 11 and led team to title in '07 (d. Russia) Competed in 2004 Athens Olympics (3R) CAREER TITLES (30): 2011 Memphis(IH); 2010 Brisbane(H), Miami(H); 2009 Memphis(IH); 2008 San Jose(IH), Dubai(H), Beijing(H); 2007 London / Queen's Club(G), Washington(H); 2006 Cincinnati(H); 2005 San Jose(IH), Houston(CL), London / Queen's Club(G), Washington(H), Lyon(IC); 2004 San Jose(IH), Miami(H), London / Queen's Club(G), Indianapolis(H); 2003 St. Plten(CL), London / Queen's Club(G), Indianapolis(H), Montral(H), Cincinnati(H), US Open(H); 2002 Memphis(IH), Houston(CL); 2001 Atlanta(CL), Houston(CL), Washington(H). FINALIST (20): 2011 Brisbane(H); 2010 San Jose(IH), Indian Wells(H); 2009 Doha(H), Wimbledon(G), Washington(H); 2008 Los Angeles(H); 2007 Memphis(IH); 2006 Indianapolis(H), US Open(H); 2005 Wimbledon(G), Cincinnati(H); 2004 Houston(CL), Wimbledon(G), Toronto(H), Bangkok(IH); 2003 Memphis(IH), Houston(CL); 2002 Delray Beach(H), Toronto(H); CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (4). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-16)

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qualified, DNP with left knee injury; played only 1 match due to right ankle injury, 3qualified, DNP with back injury

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 27-9 MIAMI 31-10 MONTE-CARLO 2-2 ROME 14-8 MADRID 5-8 TORONTO/MONTRAL25-7 CINCINNATI 29-9 SHANGHAI 4-3 PARIS 14-8

DOUBLES (1-1 in finals). INDIAN WELLS: Champion - 2009 (w/Fish); ROME: Finalist - 2011 (w/Fish)

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PERSONAL Full name is Andrew Stephen RoddickNicknamed A-RodHosted the comedy program Saturday Night Live on November 8, 2003, becoming 2nd tennis player (Chris Evert) and only 12th athlete (at the time) in 3 decades to do soFather, Jerry, is an investor, and mother, Blanche, is director of Andy Roddick Foundation, which has raised over $11 million for nearly 10 charities since 2001His foundation is supported by Elton John, Jimmy Buffett, Lionel Richie, among othersThe Andy Roddick Youth tennis program in San Antonio, Texas assists 150 disadvantaged children and provides scholarships at all levels of schoolingWon 2004 ATP Arthur Ashe Humanitarian AwardBrother John was All-American tennis player at University of Georgia (1996-98), now head coach at University of OklahomaOldest brother Lawrence, a chiropractor, was an accomplished spring board diver and a member of U.S. Senior National TeamA University of Nebraska football fanMoved to Austin, Texas at age 4 1/2, then moved to Boca Raton at age 10Returned to Austin in November 2003Played varsity basketball in high school alongside Davis Cup teammate Mardy Fish, who trained and lived with Roddick in 1999Favourite music includes Dave Matthews Band and John MayerWife, Brooklyn Decker (married Apr. 17, 2009) is a model (on cover of Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue in 2010) and actress Starred in a cameo next to her in the final scene of the movie Just Go With It Travels with former ATP trainer Doug Spreen and coached by former ATP pro Larry Stefanki (since December 2008)

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EDOUARD

ROGER-VASSELIN (FRA)
Birthdate: November 28, 1983 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Gennevilliers, France Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Boulogne-Billancourt, France Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 18-37 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,019,047 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-3 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 82 (July 16, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 97 (November 1, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 106 (6-12) 2010: 124 (2-7) 2009: 154 (2-3)

2008: 168 (2-6) 2007: 96 (5-7) 2006: 253 (0-0)

2005: 189 (0-0) 2004: 194 (1-2) 2003: 300 (0-0)

2002: 426 (0-0) 2001:T1379 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $214,117. Matches won-lost: ATP: 6-12 (singles), 3-5 (doubles) Challenger: 24-10 (singles), 21-8 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Newport. 2011 IN REVIEW The Frenchman compiled his best results on Challenger level to finish just outside Top 100Put together a 24-10 match record and won titles in Granby (d. Bachinger) in July and St. Remy (d. Clement) in September Best ATP World Tour result was QF in Newport (l. to Kamke) in JulyQualified into tour-level main draw 6 times Earned a career-high $214,117 CAREER IN REVIEW The French veteran has a record of 177-138 with 4 titles in Challengers and 62-47 with 3 titles in Futures events In 2010, reached 2R at Roland Garros (d. Anderson, l. to Berdych) and Kuala Lampur (d. Cermak, l. to Soderling)Was 13-10 in ATP qualifying, reaching main draw in Marseille, Metz and TokyoWon Sarajevo Challenger (d. K. Beck) and runner up at Orbetello (l. to Andujar) and St. Remy (l. to Janowicz) In 2009, reached 1st ATP QF as qualifier in Tokyo (d. del Potro, Melzer; l. to Hewitt)Also qualified into Wimbledon (l. to Koubek), Bangkok (l. to A. Beck)Was 19-20 in Challengers with SF in Cherbourg (l. to Ascione) In 2008, qualified at Wimbledon (l. to Cilic) and reached 2R in Amersfoort and ChennaiWas 21-22 in Challengers, reaching final as a qualifier in Mons (l. to Gabashvili) and SF Surbiton (l. to Dancevic) In 2007, made Grand Slam debut as wild card at Roland Garros and reached 3R (d. Daniel, Stepanek; l. to Monaco)Qualified at Wimbledon and reached 3R, beating Baker and Chela (l. to Gasquet)Was 24-18 in Challengers, with final at Besancon (l. to Gulbis) In 2006, reached Challenger finals at St. Petersburg (l. to Guez) and Samarkand (l. to Tipsarevic) while posting a 14-14 recordWas 13-4 in Futures with 1 title and 1 other final In 2005, won 1st career Challenger title at Montauban (d. Karanusic) and reached 3 other SF with a 21-18 Challenger recordAlso claimed 1 Futures title In 2004, won 1st career ATP match in Shanghai (d. Healey, l. to Burgsmuller)Reached 6 Challengers SF while compiling 20-16 record In 2003, reached SF at Kiev Challenger and QF at 3 othersHad Challenger record of 11-6 and 10-15 in Futures GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-2)

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PERSONAL Nickname is DoudSpeaks French, English, and basic SpanishBegan playing at an early age with Father, Christophe, who reached SF at Roland Garros in 1983, defeating Jimmy Connors in QF before losing to countryman and eventual champion Yannick NoahFather reached a career-high No. 39 in ATP Rankings on Aug. 1, 1983Mother Alexandine Vaduijn works as a painter Favourite surface is grass, shot is volley and event is Roland GarrosLists football, golf, dinner with friends and movies with girlfriend as favourite things to do outside of tennis court Would be a football or golf player if he wasnt a tennis playerFan of FC Nantes football team in France Goal is to play Davis Cup for national teamBest memory was reaching 3R at 2007 Roland GarrosTrainer is Pierre Mazenq and coach is Gregory Carraz

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JEAN-JULIEN

ROJER (CUW)
Birthdate: August 25, 1981 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Curacao Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Curacao Weight: 175 (79kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 99-84 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $735,034 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 5/8 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 218 (August 15, 2005) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 17 (August 22, 2011) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: T20(42-26) 2010: 41(28-26) 2009: 43(18-21)

2008: 84 (6-5) 2007: 187 (1-2) 2006: 175 (1-1)

2005: 251 (1-0) 2004: 241 (0-0) 2003: 261 (0-1)

2002: 1159 (1-0) 1999:1193(0-0) 2001: --- (1-1) 2000: 919 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $272,433. Matches won-lost: ATP: 42-26 (doubles) . Doubles Winner: Estoril, Nice, Kuala Lumpur. Finalist: Memphis, Valencia. Semifinalist: Auckland, Australian Open, Delray Beach, Houston, Stockholm(all w/Butorac). 2011 IN REVIEW Compiled his best season (w/Butorac), winning 3 ATP World Tour titles in 4 finals and a Grand Slam-best SF at Australian Open (l. to eventual champs Bryan brothers)Finished No. 9 and served as alternates for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London after narrowly missing out of Top 8 by 120 points Jumped off to 12-6 start in 1st 2 months with final in Memphis (l. to Mirnyi-Nestor) and 3 SF - Auckland, Australian Open and Delray Beach On May 1, captured clay court title in Estoril (d. M. Lopez-Marrero) and 3 weeks later, added another title in Nice (d. S. Gonzalez-Marrero) Struggled in next 8 tournaments with 6-8 mark and did not win back-to-back matches again until Asian circuit in fallOn Oct. 2, earned 3rd title of season in Kuala Lumpur (d. Cermak-Polasek) During final 4 weeks of European indoor circuit, reached SF in Stockholm, lost in 1R in Vienna, finalists in Valencia (l. to Bryan brothers) and 2R at ATP Masters 1000 Paris (l. to Llodra-Zimonjic 14-12 in Match TB) Finished No. 20 in doubles and earned a career-high $272,433 CAREER IN REVIEW The doubles veteran from Curacao has reached 13 career ATP finals, and has won 5 titles In 2010, won titles at Tokyo and Stockholm and also reached final at Los Angeles (all w/Butorac)Reached 4 other SF and QF in Indian Wells In 2009, finished as runner-up at 4 ATP events, 3 on clay - Bucharest, Umag and Belgrade - and one on grass in s-HertogenboschAlso reached 6 Challenger finals, winning 4 titles In 2008, reached 1st career ATP final in Bstad w/Brunstrom (l. to Bjorkman-Soderling)Won 3 Challenger titles in 7 finals In 2007, made ATP debut in Newport (w/Gabashvili) and went 0-3 in ATP eventsReached final at Yuba City (w/Nunez) In 2006, won 3 titles, all with different partners, in 5 Challenger finals appearances In 2004, won Challenger title in Fergana (w/Klaasen)Was 4-3 in Futures finals In 2003, reached Challenger finals in Bukhara and Mexico CityAlso runner up at a Futures event in Jamaica In 2002, won Futures titles in Barbados and Jamaica (w/R. Russell) In 2001, played 2 Davis Cup ties, winning against Costa Rica but falling against Uruguay (w/Gerth) In 2000, was 7-4 in Futures, winning first title in Domincan Republic (w/Manrique) In 1999, earned 1st points with SF at Futures event in Bolivia In Davis Cup, 40-9 career mark (28-6 in singles) in 29 ties since 98 CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). FINALIST (8). PERSONAL Nickname is JulsFather, Randall, is a dentistMother, Nazira, is a pre-school teacherOlder brother Jamil is an oral & maxilofacial surgeonStarted playing tennis at age 6 because he wanted to follow his older brother JamilLeft Curacao at 13 and moved to Miami where he used to practice at Crandon ParkWent 3 yrs to UCLA and is 4-time NCAA All-American in singles and doublesFavourite surface is clayIdol growing up was Jonas BjorkmanHis favourite tennis memory is SF at Australian OpenHobbies are watching and playing all kinds of sports loves to play football, baseball, basketball and is a big supporter of the Miami HeatLikes to listen to hip hop before matches to get pumped upBig fan of TV shows Entourage, Californication & Modern Family

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LUKAS

ROSOL (CZE)
Birthdate: July 24, 1985 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Brno, Czech Republic Height: 6'5" (1.96m) Residence: Prerov, Czech Republic Weight: 178 (80kg) Career Win-Loss: 7-19 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $638,642 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 1-1 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 65 (August 15, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 112 (July 23, 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 70 (6-13) 2010: 164 (0-2) 2009: 148 (0-1)

2008: 178 (1-2) 2007: 261 (0-1) 2006: 321 (0-0)

2005: 627 (0-0) 2004: -- (0-0) 2003:T1324 (0-0)

2002:T1345 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $282,360. Matches won-lost: ATP: 6-13 (singles), 3-6 (doubles) Challenger: 29-12 (singles), 14-8 (doubles). 2011 IN REVIEW The Czech Republic No. 3 (behind No. 7 Berdych, No. 28 Stepanek) finished in Top 100 for 1st time with success in Challengers (29-12 match record) winning titles in Prague (d. Bogomolov Jr.) in May and Braunschweig (d. Donskoy) in JuneAlso runner-up in Singapore (l. to Tursunov) in January Reached a career-high No. 65 on Aug. 15 His best result was 3R at Roland Garros where he qualified into main draw and defeated Roger-Vasselin and No. 8-ranked Melzer in 5 sets for 1st career Top 10 win before losing to Chela in 4 sets Compiled marks of 4-5 on clay and 2-8 on hard and earned a career-high $282,360 CAREER IN REVIEW The Czech Republic native has won more than 100 matches at both the Challenger and Futures level, claiming 5 titles with 112-94 record in Challengers and posting 107-54 Futures record with 7 titles In 2010, made Grand Slam debut as US Open qualifier (l. to Roberdo 1R)Won Ostrava Challenger (d. Dodig)Reached QF or better at 8 Challengers with 32-23 record In 2009, qualified at Vienna (l. to Odesnik)Was 25-27 in Challengers with title at Bergamo (d. Dorsch)Also claimed 1 Futures title In 2008, qualified at 2 ATP events, earning 1st match win at Stuttgart (d. M. Fisher, l. to Gasquet)Won 1st Challenger title in KosiceWas 19-17 in Challengers In 2007, made ATP debut as qualifier at Auckland (l. to No. 9 Ancic)Claimed 3 Futures titles in 4 finals In 2006, won 3 Futures titles in 7 finals while compiling a 56-23 record In 2005, reached 1st career Futures final at Szolnok while posting 18-14 record In Davis Cup, has 1-0 career mark GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-0)

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PERSONAL Started playing tennis aged 6Father is Emil, mother is Dana; one sister, Nicole, and one brother, David Hobbies include watching sportsFavourite surface is clayAgain coached by former ATP player Slava Dosedel after a 2-year break

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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: 53-112 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,594,579 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-12 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 60 (August 13, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 209 (October 3, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 99 (12-18) 2008: 259 (3-5) 2005: 363 (0-0) 2010: 99 (11-23) 2007: 72 (10-19) 2004: 244 (0-0) 2009: 83 (2-4) 2006: 145 (0-2) 2003: 496 (1-1)

2002: 160 (5-15) 1999:228 (0-0) 1995:T1273 (0-0) 2001: 88 (8-17) 1998: 288 (0-2) 2000: 156 (1-6) 1997: 346 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $280,493. Matches won-lost: ATP: 12-18 (singles), 4-7 (doubles) Challenger: 19-10 (singles), 0-1 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Memphis. 2011 IN REVIEW The American was oldest player in year-end Top 100 at 33y8m and finished in Century Club for 3rd year in a row (4th time in 5 years) by winning a career-best 12 matches on ATP World Tour and compiling a 19-10 mark in Challenger level with 2 SF Qualified 6 times on tour and best result was QF in Memphis (l. to del Potro) in February All 4 Grand Slam losses came to Top 25 foes - l. to No. 7 Ferrer (2R, Australian Open), l. to No. 18 Simon (1R, Roland Garros), l. to No. 1 Nadal (1R, Wimbledon) and l. to No. 21 Roddick (1R, US Open) CAREER IN REVIEW The American has compiled his best results on Challenger level with a 227-143 match record and a 12-6 mark in finals and experienced Futures success with a 91-24 record (9-2 in finals) In 2010, reached 1st 2 career QF in San Jose (l. to Querrey) and Atlanta (l. to Isner)Won Honolulu Challenger (d. Zemlja) in January and went 10-4 in ChallengersEarned a career-high $322,770 In 2009, compiled a 42-15 match record in Challengers and won 3 titles in 6 finals In 2007, finished in Top 100 for 1st time since 01 winning 10 ATP level matches and 19-2 mark in Challenger play with 3 titlesQualified for Australian Open and took Hewitt to 5 sets in opening roundBest ATP result was 4R at Indian Wells with wins over Gicquel, No. 12 Berdych and Garcia-Lopez before losing to Chela In 2002, had his career-best Grand Slam result at Roland Garros as qualifier, beating Mahut in 1R, Bruguera in 2R and Malisse in 1st 5-set match in 3R before facing No. 1 KuertenLed by 2 sets and held MP at 5-3 in 3rd set before losing in 5 sets to eventual champion 1st player to qualify in 4 different Grand Slam events in succession (00 Wimbledon, US Open; 01 Australian Open, Roland Garros). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-3)

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 7-4 MIAMI 2-3 MADRID 0-1 TORONTO/MONTRAL 2-5 CINCINNATI 0-1 PARIS 0-1

PERSONAL Full name is Michael Craig RussellNicknames include "Mussell," "Wheels," and "Iron Mike"Began playing tennis at age 5 with his father, George, a member of Univ. of Michigan's Big 10 Conference championship team in 1965Mother, Carole, attended Univ. of Michigan and is an English teacherOlder brother David, played collegiately at Princeton and attended Harvard Business SchoolGrew up in Michigan and graduated as Valedictorian at Saddlebrook (Fla.) High School in spring 1995Ranked #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 1998Favourite food is sushi and Mexican, enjoys working out and favourite place to visit is Hawaii... Considers hard court his favourite surfaceWife, Lilly (married Nov. 10, 2007) is a former fitness competitor and currently his physiotherapistOne of the few current ATP players with a college degree (Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, January, 2012)

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DUDI

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: 70-89 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $1,525,214 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 3-8 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)

2011: 2010: 2009:

83 (8-15) 2008: 91 (17-23) 2005: 171 (1-2) 75 (16-20) 2007: 66 (10-5) 2004: 260 (0-0) 43 (18-22) 2006: 240 (0-2) 2003: 325 (0-0)

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $248,333. Matches won-lost: ATP: 8-15 (singles), 2-4 (doubles) Challenger: 27-8 (singles), 3-6 (doubles). Doubles Semifinalist: Johannesburg(w/Beck). 2011 IN REVIEW The top ranked Israeli finished in Top 100 for 5th straight year with successful Challenger campaignCompiled a 27-8 record and captured 3 titles, all within a month spanIn May, won titles in Busan (d. Ito) and Fergana (d. Jones) then after a 2 week break returned to pick up another title at Nottingham-2 (d. Chardy) In Grand Slam play, won a round at Wimbledon (d. Gil, l. to Simon) and US Open (d. Bellucci from 2 sets down, l. to Federer) Qualified for ATP Challenger Tour Finals in Sao Paulo and reached final (l. to Stebe) CAREER IN REVIEW The top Israeli posted a double-digit match win total on the ATP from 2007-10, highlighted by year-end best No. 43 in 2009 In 2010, reached Chennai SF (l. to Wawrinka)Advanced to QF at Queens (d. No. 7 Roddick, l. to Schuettler)Was 17-3 in Challengers and won titles in Rhodes (d. Schuettler) and Vancouver (d. Berankis) In 2009, became 1st player from Israel to finish in Top 50 since Amos Mansdorf was No. 25 in 93Won a personal-high 18 matches and had Grand Slam-best 4R showing at Wimbledon (l. to No. 7 Tsonga)Helped Israel to Davis Cup SF for 1st timeAdvanced to his 2nd ATP SF in Memphis (l. to Stepanek)Became 1st Israeli to reach 4R in a Grand Slam since Mansdorf (QF at 92 Australian Open)Earned a career-high $393,989 In 2008, finished at No. 91, with maiden ATP World Tour final in Beijing (d. No. 5 Ferrer, No. 16 Robredo, l. to Roddick) and 1st Israeli to reach an ATP final since Harel Levy in Nottingham in June 2001Helped Israel into 09 Davis Cup World Group by winning both his singles matches vs Peru (d. Miranda, Horna) In 2007, 1st player from his country to finish in Top 100 since Levy in 01Compiled a 33-14 match record in Challenger play with 2 titlesLed his country back into Davis Cup World Group in 08 by going 5-1 during yearIn World Group play-off tie, won both of his matches over Chiles Massu (in 5:07) and Gonzalez in 5-set marathon (5:01)He is 1st player to win 2 Davis Cup matches of longer than 5 hours in same tie In Davis Cup, 15-12 career singles mark 14 ties CAREER FINALIST (1): 2008 Beijing(H). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-3)

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 7 at Israel Tennis Centre in Kiryat ShmonnaFather, Michael, is a bus driver; mother, Anca, is a nurseHas 2 brothers (Ofer, tennis coach and Nir, real estate agent) and sister (Shirley)Admires former Israeli No. 1 Amos Mansdorf and Roger FedererEnjoys going to the beach and surfing in Netanyia, IsraelLikes football and supports teams of Kiryat Shmonna and Manchester UnitedFavourite shot is backhand and prefers hard courtsCoached by countryman Eyal Ran (since 2010)
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ANDREAS

SEPPI (ITA)
Birthdate: February 21, 1984 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Bolzano, Italy Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Caldaro, Italy Weight: 165 (74kg) Career Win-Loss: 169-196 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3,525,807 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 5-40 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 27 (July 7, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 76 (January 10, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

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38 (25-24) 2008: 52 (24-28) 2007: 49 (24-31) 2006:

35 (30-30) 2005: 69 (19-17) 2002: 346 (0-0) 50 (22-24) 2004: 135 (5-10) 2001: T803 (0-0) 75 (20-30) 2003: 285 (0-2) 2000:T1126 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $611,040. Matches won-lost: ATP: 25-24 (singles), 11-15 (doubles) Challenger: 12-1 (singles) . Singles Winner: Eastbourne. Quarterfinalist: Umag, Kitzbhel, Bucharest, St. Petersburg. Doubles Finalist: Doha(w/Bracciali), Eastbourne(w/Dimitrov). 2011 IN REVIEW The top ranked Italian finished in Top 50 for 4th time in 5 years, highlighted by his 1st career ATP World Tour title in Eastbourne (d. Tipsarevic) in JuneBecame 1st Italian to win ATP grass court titleAlso reached QF in 4 other events Also went 12-1 in Challengers with titles in Bergamo (d. Muller) and Mons (d. Benneteau) Had an 0-3 mark vs. Top 10 opponents and was 10-14 on hard, 8-8 on clay and 7-2 on grass In doubles, reached finals in Doha (w/Bracciali) and Eastbourne (w/Dimitrov) CAREER IN REVIEW The Caldaro resident has finished in Top 75 for 7 straight years, including a year-end best No. 35 in 2008 when he won a personal-high 30 matches In 2010, advanced to back-to-back SF in Hamburg (l. to Melzer) and Umag (l. to Ferrero) In 2009, reached SF in Belgrade and Umag In 2008, his best finish was SF in Hamburg and reached 4 QF and earned a career-high $653,275 In 2007, had 1st Top 50 finish with 1st final in Gstaad (l. to Mathieu)Also reached Vienna SF (l. to Djokovic) In 2006, compiled his 1st 20-win season with 2 SF (Sydney, Nottingham)Defeated No. 4 Hewitt in QF of Sydney for 2nd career Top 10 winIn doubles, reached 1st final in Zagreb (w/Sanguinetti) In 2005, finished in Top 100 for 1st timeReached 1st ATP SF in Palermo (l. to Andreev) and advanced to his 2nd QF at Hamburg (l. to Gasquet)Played Davis Cup World Group playoff vs Spain (d. Ferrero, l. to Nadal) In 2004, reached 1st QF as wild card in Palermo (l. to eventual champion Berdych) In Davis Cup, 11-9 career mark (9-8 in singles) in 12 ties since 2004Competed in 2008 Beijing Olympics (2R) CAREER TITLES (1): 2011 Eastbourne(G). FINALIST (1): 2007 Gstaad(CL). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (5). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 8-8)

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PERSONAL Nickname is AndySpeaks German (from German-speaking region of Italy), Italian and EnglishMother, Marialuise, works in a sporting goods shop; father, Hugo, works in transport business and has a younger sister, Maria Hobbies are football and skiingConsiders clay and grass courts as favourite surfaces and considers forehand as best shotIdol growing up was Yevgeny KafelnikovCoached by Massimo Sartori (since 1995)

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GILLES

SIMON (FRA)
Birthdate: December 27, 1984 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Nice, France Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Neuchatel, Switzerland Weight: 154 (69kg) Career Win-Loss: 223-158 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5,565,287 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 9/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 15-37 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 6 (January 5, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 117 (January 28, 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

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12 (39-27) 2008: 41 (23-18) 2007: 15 (45-29) 2006:

7 (51-27) 2005: 124 (6-6) 29 (35-26) 2004: 174 (0-1) 45 (24-24) 2003: 480 (0-0)

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,347,252. Matches won-lost: ATP: 39-27 (singles), 1-8 (doubles). Singles Winner: Sydney, Hamburg. Semifinalist: Bangkok. Quarterfinalist: Dubai, Miami, Casablanca, Estoril, Cincinnati. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Frenchman (behind No. 6 Tsonga) finished in the Top 15 for 3rd time in 4 years and won titles in Sydney (d. Troicki) in January and Hamburg (d. Almagro) in JulyAlso reached a SF in Bangkok (l. to Murray) and 5 QF Came back 12 times on ATP World Tour main draw from a set down this year (Wawrinka, Tsonga led with 13) Went 3-9 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 22-16 on hard, 15-9 on clay and 2-2 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman compiled back-to-back Top 15 seasons in 2008-09, including a year-end best No. 7 in 08 when he won a season-high 3 titles In 2010, posted 5th straight Top 50 finish despite being limited to just 4 events in 1st half of year due to a right knee injuryWon title in Metz (d. Zverev)Won 2 dead rubbers as France reached Davis Cup final In 2009, reached QF at Australian Open (l. to Nadal)Won title in Bangkok (d. Troicki)Had 3 SF and 5 QF In 2008, won titles in Casablanca (d. Benneteau), Indianapolis (d. Tursunov) and Bucharest (d. Moya)Finalist at Madrid (d. No. 1 Nadal in SF, l. to Murray)With countryman Tsonga, finish in Top 10, first time for 2 Frenchmen since 86Debuted at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai with SF (l. to Djokovic)1 of 3 players (Murray, Roddick) to beat top 3 of Nadal, Federer and Djokovic during seasonEarned career-high $1,425,489 In 2007, won 1st 2 ATP titles in Marseille (d. Baghdatis) and Bucharest (d. Hanescu) In 2006, reached 1st ATP final in Valencia (l. to Almagro) In Davis Cup, 3-5 career singles mark in 6 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (3R) CAREER TITLES (9): 2011 Sydney(H), Hamburg(CL); 2010 Metz(IH); 2009 Bangkok(IH); 2008 Casablanca(CL), Indianapolis(H), Bucharest(CL); 2007 Marseille(IH), Bucharest(CL). FINALIST (2): 2008 Madrid(IH). 2006 Valencia(CL). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 6-4)

CAREER AUS. OPEN 9-5 ROLAND GARROS 6-6 WIMBLEDON 9-6 US OPEN 11-6 CAREER INDIAN WELLS 5-5 MIAMI 6-6 MONTE-CARLO 4-5 ROME 5-4 MADRID 7-3 TORONTO/MONTRAL 6-5 CINCINNATI 9-6 SHANGHAI 3-3 PARIS 4-6

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PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6Nickname is GilouInspired by Chang, saying, He showed me that you dont have to be tall in order to be a great playerFather, Daniel, works for an insurance company; Mother Mireille is a doctorOlder brother Jean-Marie is an engineerFavourite French player is Cedric PiolineHobbies include video games, rollerblading and moviesEnjoys all surfaces and considers backhand his best shotAs a kid, always dreamed of playing on a packed center court and winning Roland GarrosFianc, Carine; son, Timoth (born September 2, 2010)Fitness trainer is Paul Quetin and coached by former ATP pro Thierry Tulasne
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SOARES (BRA)
Birthdate: February 27, 1982 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Belo Horizonte, Brazil Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: Belo Horizonte, Brazil Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 121-100 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $889,597 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 5/8 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 221 (March 22, 2004) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 14 (May 4, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 19(42-28) 2010: 35(29-29) 2009: 22(28-29)

2008: 23 (21-14) 2007: 189 (0-0) 2006: 1631(0-0)

2005: 238 (0-1) 2004: 116 (0-0) 2003: 234 (0-0)

2002: 286 (0-0) 2001: 482 (0-0) 2000: 843 (0-0)

1999: 973 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $235,186. Matches won-lost: ATP: 1-0 (singles), 42-28 (doubles) . Doubles Winner: Santiago, Costa do Sauipe(all w/Melo). Finalist: Acapulco, Stockholm(both w/Melo), Monte-Carlo(w/Chela). Semifinalist: Nice, Eastbourne, Washington, Tokyo, Valencia(all w/Melo). 2011 IN REVIEW The Brazilian compiled his best season on ATP World Tour by reaching a career-high 5 finals, winning back-toback titles in Santiago and Costa do Sauipe (w/Melo) in FebruaryAlso finalist in Acapulco and Stockholm (w/Melo) and ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo (w/Chela) Teamed most of season with Melo, putting together a 32-23 match record and finishing No.10 in ATP Doubles Team RankingFinished a year-end best No. 19 individually in doubles and earned a career-high $235,186 CAREER IN REVIEW The Brazilian veteran has focused on doubles since 2008, and compiled a 121-100 match record while winning 5 titles in 13 finals. In 2010, teamed with countryman Melo to win Nice title and also reach finals at Auckland, Gstaad and MetzReached 5 other SF and reached QF at Roland Garros. In 2009, teamed with Ullyett to win Stockholm title and reach New Haven finalReached Madrid SF and Miami QFAlso reached QF at Roland Garros and Wimbledon. In 2008, won 1st career ATP title at Nottingham and was runner-up at Washington (both w/Ullyett)At Grand Slams, reached SF at Roland Garros and QF at US Open (both w/Vemic)Reached QF or better in 10 ATP eventsWon 2 Challengers in 4 finals. In 2007, returned from knee injury in July and won 3 Challenger titles in 4 finals. In 2006, limited by injury to just 2 Challengers. In 2005, made Davis Cup debut against Columbia (w/Sa)Won Sao Paulo Challenger (w/Sa) and reached 2 other finalsDid not play after June due to knee injury. In 2004, claimed 5 Challenger titlesHad 1 other final and won 2 Futures. In 2003, won 1st Challenger title at Champaign (w/Parrott) and was 7-4 in Futures finals. In 2002, reached 7 Futures finals, winning 3 titles. In 2001, won 3 Futures titles in 4 finals. In 2000, won 1st Futures title in Lima (w/Alves) In Davis Cup, 6-1 career mark (4-1 in doubles) in 5 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). FINALIST (8). PERSONAL Full name is Bruno Fraga SoaresSpeaks Portuguese, Spanish and EnglishComes from a tennis-playing familyStarted playing tennis aged 5Father, Malthus, is a civil engineer; Mother, Maisa, is retired; Brother, Marcelo, works in a bank, and sister, Juliana, works for Federal policeWife, BrunaEducated at Colegio Pitagoras, Belo HorizonteDuring convalescence from knee injury in 2007, opened 2 fitness centres in Belo HorizonteInspired to focus on doubles career because "I wanted to play ATP and Grand Slam tournaments. I saw Melo and Sa competing and doing well. I knew I wouldn't be alone as the only Brazilian [on tour]"Favourite surface is hardFavourite shot is forehandFavourite tournament is MiamiIdol growing up was Pete SamprasHobbies include: football, poker and enjoying time with familySupports Cruzeiro football club and Ronaldo is 1 of his favourite playersCoached by Daniel Melo (since 2008) and physical trainer is Chriszogno Bastos (since 2003)

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SODERLING (SWE)
Birthdate: August 14, 1984 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Tibro, Sweden Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco Weight: 192 (87kg) Career Win-Loss: 310-170 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $10,423,124 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 10/10 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 29-52 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 4 (November 15, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 109 (May 11, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 13 (38-9) 2008: 2010: 5 (57-22) 2007: 2009: 8 (49-21) 2006:

17 (45-21) 2005: 41 (27-16) 2004: 25 (35-23) 2003:

81 (16-18) 2002: 176 (1-5) 34 (31-28) 2001: 443 (1-1) 59 (10-6) 2000: -- (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,323,835. Matches won-lost: ATP: 38-9 (singles) . Singles Winner: Brisbane, Rotterdam, Marseille, Bstad. Quarterfinalist: Estoril, Madrid, Rome, Roland Garros. 2011 IN REVIEW The top Swede captured a career-high 4 ATP World Tour titles in just 7 months of actionLast title came on July 17 in Bstad and shortly afterwards was diagnosed with mononucleosisDid not play rest of season Jumped off to a career-best 18-1 start in 1st 2 months, winning 3 titles in 4 events - Brisbane (d. Roddick), Rotterdam (d. Tsonga) and Marseille (d. Cilic)Only loss came to Dolgopolov in 4R at Australian OpenWent 20-8 after Marseille Turned in consistent results on clay with consecutive QF in Estoril (l. to del Potro), Madrid (l. to Federer), Rome (l. to Djokovic) and Roland Garros (l. to Nadal) After 3R at Wimbledon (l. to Tomic), returned to clay in Bstad and did not drop set to claim title (d. No. 6 Ferrer) Went 5-3 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 20-3 on hard, 16-5 on clay and 2-1 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The top Swede became 1st player in 2009-10 from his country to finish in Top 10 back-to-back years since Thomas Enqvist in 1999-2000A winner of 10 career ATP titles and 2-time Grand Slam tournament finalist Has a career indoor mark of 114-40 (.740) with 7 titles and 196-130 (.601) outdoors with 3 titlesLifetime record of 86-52 on clay and 176-95 on hard courts In 2010, won a personal-best 57 matches and reached a career-high No. 4 for 2 weeks before finishing a yearend best No. 5During European clay-court swing, reached Barcelona final (l. to Verdasco) and went 1-3 before Roland Garros, where as No. 5 seed reached final for 2nd straight year (d. Federer in QF, l. to No. 2 Nadal in F)At Wimbledon reached QF (l. to Nadal) and afterwards rose to No. 5 ranking on July 5Reached QF at US Open for 2nd straight year (l. to Federer again)Helped his country back into Davis Cup World Group by winning 2 singles matches in play-off tie against Italys Fognini and BolelliAt Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London, went 1-2 in round robin playEarned a career-high $3,731,527 In 2009, finished at No. 8, highlighted by reaching his 1st Grand Slam final at Roland GarrosEarned his 4th career ATP World Tour title in Bstad (d. Monaco) and SF in 4 other tournaments, including Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. to del Potro) and QF 4 other times, his 1st at US Open (l. to Federer) In 2008, finished in Top 20 for 1st time at No. 17 by winning title in Lyon (d. Benneteau) and reaching 3 other indoor finals and 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. to Llodra) and Memphis (l. to Darcis)On clay, won ATP World Team Cup title in Dsseldorf by winning all 4 singles and all 4 doubles matches In 2007, finished in Top 50 despite missing final 3 months with a left wrist injury In 2006, finished as No. 1 Swede for 1st time at No. 25 and runner-up in Memphis (l. to Haas) In 2005, claimed 2nd title in Milan (d. Stepanek) In 2004, won 1st ATP title in Lyon (d. Malisse) and reached final in Marseille (l. to Hrbaty) In 2003, made breakthrough on ATP circuit, jumping over 100 placesReached 1st ATP final in Stockholm (l. to Fish) and advanced to SF in Shanghai In 2002, qualified into 1st Grand Slam event at US Open and reached 2RAdvanced to 2 Challenger SF Ranked as No. 4 junior in world in 01, highlighted by winning Orange Bowl title (d. Monaco)Also won European Junior Championships and reached doubles final (w/C. Johansson) In Davis Cup, 14-4 career mark (13-3 in singles) in 10 ties2-time Olympian (2004 Athens 1R, 2008 Beijing 1R) CAREER TITLES (10): 2011 Brisbane(H), Rotterdam(IH), Marseille(IH), Bstad(CL); 2010 Rotterdam(IH), Paris(IH); 2009 Bstad(CL); 2008 Lyon(IC); 2005 Milan(IC); 2004 Lyon(IC). FINALIST (10): 2010 Barcelona(CL), Roland Garros(CL), Bstad(CL); 2009 Roland Garros(CL); 2008 Rotterdam(IH), Memphis(IH), Stockholm(IH); 2006 Memphis(IH); 2004 Marseille(IH); 2003 Stockholm(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1).

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CAREER INDIAN WELLS 10-7 MIAMI 8-5 MONTE-CARLO 6-6 ROME 6-7 MADRID 7-6 TORONTO/MONTRAL 5-6 CINCINNATI 8-6 SHANGHAI 5-2 PARIS 11-4

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PERSONAL Full name is Robin Bo Carl SoderlingBegan playing tennis at age 5Father, Bo, is a lawyer; mother, BrittInger, is a housewifeHas 1 older sister, Sandra, who is a teacherEnjoys golfing, fishing, reading and spending time with family and friendsLikes to keep in touch with his fans via facebookHas his own Foundation, the "Robin Soderling Stiftelse" which he founded in 2011 together with fianc Jenni Mostrm to help sick, injured and exposed childrenSpeaks Swedish, English and some GermanCoached by Fredrik Rosengren (since May 2011)

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. After 2-straight Top 10 finishes, he was just outside it in 2011. Here is a look at all 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

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August 23, 1977 August 13, 1990 September 12, 1988 June 12, 2000 November 3, 1997 November 15, 1999 November 15, 2010 July 22, 1985 September 19, 1988 October 8, 1984 June 10, 2002 March 31, 1986 February 14, 2005 July 29, 1991 April 17, 1995 September 22, 1986 March 25, 1991

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JOAO

SOUZA (BRA)
Birthdate: May 27, 1988 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Mogi das Cruzes, Brazil Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Weight: 194 (87kg) Career Win-Loss: 10-10 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $391,752 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-0 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 84 (September 19, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 165 (August 1, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 104 (7-8) 2010: 111 (3-2) 2009: 199 (0-0)

2008: 206 (0-0) 2007: 343 (0-0) 2006: 698 (0-0)

2005: 918 (0-0) 2004: -- (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $159,982. Matches won-lost: ATP: 7-8 (singles), 3-3 (doubles) Challenger: 30-17 (singles), 13-10 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Kitzbhel. Quarterfinalist: Bucharest. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 3 Brazilian (behind No. 37 Bellucci, No. 85 Mello) made a breakthrough season with ATP World Tour SF and QF showings while putting together a 30-17 match record in Challengers with 1 titleReached a careerhigh No. 84 on Sept. 19 before finishing No. 104 In August, qualified and reached SF in Kitzbhel (l. to eventual champ Haase) and following month advanced to QF in Bucharest On Challenger level, won title on home soil in Santos (d. Junqueira) in April and runner-up in Zagreb (l. to Junqueira) in May Went 7-6 on clay and 0-2 on hard courts while earning a career-high $159,982 CAREER IN REVIEW The up and coming Brazilian has a career 115-100 Challenger record with 3 titles while also winning 5 Futures titles with a 73-41 career record In 2010, made ATP debut as a qualifier at Santiago and reached SF (l. to Monaco)Won 2 Challengers, both in Bogota (d. Falla and d. El Amrani)Also reached final in Quito (l. to G. Lapentti)Was 30-20 in Challengers In 2009, reached 1st career Challenger final at Medellin (l. to Chela) and SF at 4 other events In 2008, reached SF at Challengers in Santiago (l. to Bellucci), San Luis Potosi (l to Dabul), and Medellin (l. to L. Mayer)Claimed 1 Futures title in Brazil and 1 in Columbia In 2007, reached QF at Challengers in Manta and 2 events in BogotaWon titles at 3 Brazilian Futures and was 29-12 on that level In 2006, reached 1st Futures final while compiling 22-21 record GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-0)

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PERSONAL Full name is Joao Olavo Soares de SouzaNicknamed, 'Feijao' (which means 'bean' in Portuguese)Father, Milton Soares de Souza Junior, and mother, Maria Angela LimaStarted playing tennis age 9 in Mogi das Cruzes, at the Clube de Campo Mogi das Cruzes after watching his dad and sister Maria Clara playMoved to Rio de Janeiro in 2005 and since then trains with Ricardo Acioly, former Davis Cup captain and Fernando Meligeni's coach Favourite surface is clay courtsIdol growing up was Gustavo KuertenLikes to listen to music, surf the internet and relax on the beach

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STAKHOVSKY (UKR)
Birthdate: January 6, 1986 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Kiev, Ukraine Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Bratislava,Slovakia Weight: 176 (79kg) Career Win-Loss: 81-83 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $2,178,238 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 4/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-14 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 31 (September 27, 2010) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 33 (June 6, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

62 (25-27) 2008: 74 (7-4) 46 (27-25) 2007: 262 (2-3) 60 (16-14) 2006: 180 (1-6)

2005: 185 (3-3) 2004: 369 (0-1) 2003: 534 (0-0)

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2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $638,812. Matches won-lost: ATP: 25-27 (singles), 16-20 (doubles) Challenger: 2-2 (singles), 1-1 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Sydney, Dubai, Winston-Salem. Doubles Winner: Dubai(w/Youzhny). Semifinalist: Hamburg(w/Stepanek). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Ukrainian (behind No. 16 Dolgopolov) finished in Top 75 for 4th straight year, highlighted by QF in Sydney (l. to Gulbis), Dubai (l. to Federer) and Winston-Salem (l. to Benneteau) His best Grand Slam result was 3R at Australian Open (l. to Robredo) and Roland Garros (l. to No. 7 Ferrer) Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 14-14 on hard, 10-10 on clay and 1-3 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Ukraine native has finished in Top 75 past 4 seasons, winning 4 ATP World Tour titles in as many finals In 2010, finished in Top 50 for 1st time at No. 46 after reaching a career-high ranking No. 31 in September Claimed titles in s-Hertogenbosch (d. Tipsarevic) and New Haven (d. Istomin)Compiled personal-best 27 match winsIn doubles, claimed title in Halle (w/ Youzhny)Earned a career-high $650,838 In 2009, qualified and won title in St. Petersburg (d. Zeballos, saving MP)Qualified 4 times during season, including Roland Garros where he won his 1st Grand Slam match (d. Dabul, l. to Djokovic in 2R) In 2008, became 1st Ukrainian to finish in Top 100 at No. 74 since Medvedev (No. 58) in 2000In March, won his 1st title at Zagreb as lucky loser (d. Ljubicic)He was 1st lucky loser to win an ATP title since Christian Miniussi in November 91Also 1st Ukrainian ATP winner since Medvedev in May 97 in Hamburg In 2006, in Davis Cup 2R vs Great Britain, lost to Rusedski 9-7 in 5th set and to Murray in reverse match In 2005, advanced to 1st ATP QF with wins over C. Rochus and No. 29 Ancic before losing to Soderling In Davis Cup, 22-13 career mark (14-8 in singles) in 13 ties CAREER TITLES (4): 2010 s-Hertogenbosch(G), New Haven(H); 2009 St. Petersburg(IH); 2008 Zagreb(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 4-4)

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PERSONAL Began playing at age 6 in Kiev Olympic StadiumFather, Eduard, is a urology professor; mother, Olga, is a retired university economics teacher; Has 1 older brother, Aleksandr (a doctor), and one younger brother, Leonard who also plays tennisSupports Ukraine Institute of CancerSpeaks 5 languages Ukranian, Slovak, Czech, Russian and EnglishEnjoys reading Russian classics with some easy reading mixed in and favourite writers are Bulgakov, Sinkevich and Dominik DanEnjoys all ball sports, especially football, basketball and table tennisAlso enjoys swimming and spending time with friends at the cinema, bowling or playing billardsFavourite players growing up were Patrick Rafter and Pete SamprasAlso admired countryman Andrei Medvedev and watched a lot of his matchesWife, Anfisa Bulgakova (Sept. 24, 2011)

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STARACE (ITA)
Birthdate: July 14, 1981 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Benevento, Italy Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Cervinara, Italy Weight: 185 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 151-172 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3,242,099 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/4 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-21 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 27 (October 15, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 43 (January 31, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 58 (24-26) 2008: 70 (19-25) 2005: 108 (17-20) 2002: 188 (0-0) 1999:T1085 (0-0) 2010: 47 (26-25) 2007: 31 (26-25) 2004: 76 (10-9) 2001: 386 (0-0) 1998:T1244 (0-0) 2009: 62 (16-24) 2006: 84 (13-17) 2003: 218 (0-1) 2000: 471 (0-0)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $523,047. Matches won-lost: ATP: 24-26 (singles), 16-15 (doubles) Challenger: 5-0 (singles) . Singles Finalist: Casablanca. Semifinalist: Santiago. Quarterfinalist: Sydney, Costa Do Sauipe, Munich, Bstad, Umag, St. Petersburg. Doubles Winner: Bucharest(w/Bracciali). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 3 Italian (behind No. 38 Seppi, No. 48 Fognini) reached his 4th career ATP World Tour final in Casablanca (l. to Andujar) and also a SF in Santiago in February (l. to Giraldo) and QF in 6 other tournaments In lone Challenger event, won title in San Marino (d. Klizan) in August Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 18-16 on clay, 6-8 on hard and 0-2 on grass In doubles, won 5th career ATP World Tour title in Bucharest (w/Bracciali) CAREER IN REVIEW The Italian has finished in Top 100 for 7 of past 8 years (except 05), including Top 75 since 2007Has reached 4 ATP World Tour finals in his career, all on clay In 2010, reached 3rd career final in Umag (l. to Ferrero) and SF in Casablanca and upset Monfils to reach Nice SF (l. to Gasquet)In doubles, won title in St. Petersburg (w/ Bracciali) and reached finals in Santiago (w/Zeballos) and Acapulco (w/Fognini) while earning a career-high $560,536 In 2009, best ATP result was QF in MunichWon Turin Challenger (d. M. Gonzalez) and reached 3 other finals In 2007, finished in Top 50 for 1st time highlighted by 2 ATP final appearances in Valencia (l. to Almagro) and Kitzbhel (l. to Monaco), 1st of his careerRanked a career-high No. 27 on Oct. 15Matched his best Grand Slam result (in 04) with 3R at Roland Garros (l. to Federer) In 2006, best ATP results were QF in Prtschach, Buenos Aires and St. PetersburgAdvanced to doubles QF at Roland Garros (w/A. Martin) In 2005, reached SF in Sopot (d. Moya, Acasuso, l. to Monfils)Qualified in Auckland and reached QF along with QF in Gstaad In 2004, finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 76 and compiled a 23-7 mark in Challenger play with 3 titlesReached 3R in Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros as a qualifier defeating Tursunov and No. 10 Grosjean before losing in 5 sets to Safin In Davis Cup, 21-5 career mark (15-1 in singles) in 15 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) CAREER FINALIST (4): 2011 Casablanca(CL); 2010 Umag(CL); 2007 Valencia(CL), Kitzbhel(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). FINALIST (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-5)

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INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID PARIS

PERSONAL Began playing at age 8Nickname is PotoIdols include Andre Agassi and football great Roberto Baggio His father, Angelantonio, works for Italian government and his mother, Rosa, is a teacherHas 2 younger brothers, Francesco and GianlucaPrefers playing on clay or hard courts and playing outdoors Fitness trainer is Stefano Baraldo and coached by countryman Umberto Rianna
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CEDRIK-MARCEL

STEBE (GER)

Birthdate: October 9, 1990 Turned Pro: 2008 Birthplace: Muehlacker, Germany Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Vaihingen an der Enz, Germany Weight: 159 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 4-4 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $221,938 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-0 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 81 (November 21, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 608 (July 5, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 81 (4-4) 2010: 378 (0-0) 2009: 556 (0-0)

2008: 944 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $194,659. Matches won-lost: ATP: 4-4 (singles), 1-1 (doubles) Challenger: 34-13 (singles), 1-4 (doubles). Singles Quarterfinalist: Stuttgart. 2011 IN REVIEW The young German made a breakthrough, jumping almost 300 ranking positions from previous seasonBegan year by winning back-to-back Futures titles in Turkey in February, then compiled a 34-13 match record on Challenger level with a 3 titles In limited ATP World Tour play, went 4-4, qualified for 1st time in Halle (l. to eventual champ Kohlschreiber) and also went through qualifying to make Grand Slam debut at Wimbledon (l. to Dimitrov)In July, reached 1st QF in Stuttgart (l. to Andujar) and followed with 3R in Hamburg (l. to Verdasco) Compiled his best Challenger results in Asia, reaching final in Kyoto (l. to Meffert) and back-to-back SF in Guangzhou and Pingguo in MarchIn September, captured back-to-back titles in Bangkok (d. Weintraub) and Shanghai (d. Kudryavtsev) and SF in NingboBroke Top 100 on Oct. 31 Qualified for ATP Challenger Tour Finals in Sao Paulo and captured the title (d. Sela)Earned a career-high $194,659 CAREER IN REVIEW The German youngster has risen quickly in the rankings with a 40-24 career Challenger record with 3 titles to go with a 47-27 Futures record and 3 titles. In 2010, reached 1st Challenger final as a qualifier at Oberstaufen (l. to M. Fischer)Was 5-7 in Challengers. Claimed title at 1 Italian Futures. In 2009, was 17-14 in Futures with 2 finals In 2008, was 10-6 in Futures reaching 2 SF GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 0-0)

WIMBLEDON

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PERSONAL Started playing tennis aged 3 at a local clubNicknames are "Cedi" or "Ced"Speaks German, English, French, Italian and some SpanishFather, Heinz, is an engineerMother, Claudia, is an insurance tradeswoman Brother, Christopher, and sister, Sabrina, are studentsIdols growing up were Marat Safin and David NalbandianHobbies include playing golf, drums, piano and reading

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In 2011, 7 players climbed more than 100 spots in the South African Airways ATP Rankings to finish in the Top 100, led by a 297 spot improvement by Cedrik-Marcel Stebe: PLAYER 1) Cedrik-Marcel Stebe (GER) 2) Juan Martin del Potro (ARG) 3) Bernard Tomic (AUS) 4) Dmitry Tursunov (RUS) 5) Flavio Cipolla (ITA) 6) Alex Bogomolov, Jr. (RUS) 7) Milos Raonic (CAN) IMPROVEMENT +297 +246 +166 +157 +136 +132 +125 2010 - 2011 378 - 81 257 - 11 208 - 42 197 - 40 211 - 75 166 - 34 156 - 31

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RADEK

STEPANEK (CZE)
Birthdate: November 27, 1978 Turned Pro: 1996 Birthplace: Karvina, Czech Republic Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco Weight: 167 (75kg) Career Win-Loss: 307-219 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $7,424,986 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/7 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 22-54 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 8 (July 10, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 13 (September 16, 2002) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011:28 (31-24) 2008: 26 (33-23) 2005: 21 (45-26) 2002: 63 (17-14) 1999:162 (2-4) 1996: 483 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $747,272. Matches won-lost: ATP: 31-24 (singles), 14-11 (doubles) Challenger: 3-1 (singles) . Singles Winner: Washington. Semifinalist: Brisbane, Munich. Quarterfinalist: Eastbourne, Tokyo. Doubles Semifinalist: Hamburg(w/Stakhovsky), Washington(w/Haas), Vienna(w/del Potro). 2011 IN REVIEW The Czech Republic No. 2 (behind No. 7 Berdych) is oldest player (33) to finish in Top 50Finished in year-end Top 30 for 6th time in 7 yearsWon Washington title (d. No. 7 Monfils) at 32 to be oldest winner of the season Also SF in Brisbane (l. to Soderling) and Munich (l. to Davydenko) and QF in Eastbourne and Tokyo Went 1-8 vs. Top 10 opponents (d. Monfils) and compiled marks of 20-15 on hard, 7-6 on clay and 4-3 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Czech Republic native has finished in Top 50 in 8 of past 9 years (except 2010) with a year-end best No. 12 in 2009 when he won 2 of his 5 career ATP World Tour titles In 2010, reached 11th career final in Brisbane (l. to No. 7 Roddick)Also a SF in Tokyo (l. to Monfils) and 2 QF In 2009, finished a year-end best No. 12 with titles in Brisbane and San Jose and won personal-high 47 matchesHelped his country to its 1st Davis Cup final (l. to Spain) since 80Earned a career-high $1,163,154 In 2008, replaced Roddick at Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai and went 0-2 in round robin play In 2006, broke into Top 10 after Grand Slam-best QF at Wimbledon (l. to Bjorkman) and Hamburg final (l. to Robredo)Suffered a neck injury while practicing in Toronto in August and sat out rest of year In 2005, finished in Top 25 for 1st time and was finalist in Milan and Ho Chi Minh City In 2004, reached 1st ATP final at Paris (l. to Safin) In 2003, finished in Top 50 for 1st time, reaching 2 SF In Davis Cup, 20-10 career mark (10-2 in doubles) in 13 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (5): 2011 Washington(H); 2009 Brisbane(H), San Jose(IH); 2007 Los Angeles(H); 2006 Rotterdam(IH). FINALIST (7): 2010 Brisbane(H); 2009 Memphis(IH); 2008 San Jose(IH); 2006 ATP Masters Series Hamburg(CL); 2005 Milan(IC), Ho Chi Minh City(IC); 2004 Paris(IC). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (13). FINALIST (10). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 12-19)

CAREER AUS. OPEN 11-9 ROLAND GARROS 11-8 WIMBLEDON 15-9 US OPEN 10-9 CAREER INDIAN WELLS 1-9 MIAMI 16-8 MONTE-CARLO 4-8 ROME 15-7 MADRID 3-4 TORONTO/MONTRAL 6-8 CINCINNATI 5-7 SHANGHAI 4-3 PARIS 15-8

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PERSONAL Nicknamed Steps by his countrymenBegan playing at age 3 with his father, Vlastimil, who is a tennis coach; mother, Hana, is a librarian; brother, Martin, is a policemanAdmired Ivan Lendl while growing upHobbies are playing football, floorball and ice hockey (wanted to be a goalie as a youngster)His favourite NHL players are countrymen Jaromir Jagr and Dominik HasekConsiders his serve as best shotWife, Nicole Vaidisova is a former WTA Tour pro (married July 17, 2010 in Prague)Coached by countryman and former World No. 2 Petr Korda (since December 2008)
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RYAN

SWEETING (USA)
Birthdate: July 14, 1987 Turned Pro: 2007 Birthplace: Nassau, Bahamas Height: 6'5" (1.96m) Residence: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA Weight: 184 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 26-45 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $822,564 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 0-6 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 64 (September 12, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 139 (February 4, 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 72 (14-19) 2008: 214 (1-2) 2010: 116 (4-9) 2007: 249 (2-5) 2009: 155 (2-6) 2006: 369 (2-3)

2005: N/R (1-1)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $344,318. Matches won-lost: ATP: 14-19 (singles), 0-8 (doubles) Challenger: 9-4 (singles), 2-2 (doubles). Singles Winner: Houston. Quarterfinalist: Delray Beach. 2011 IN REVIEW The American had a breakout season, capturing his 1st ATP World Tour title in Houston1 of 4 Americans to win a title during year (Isner-2, Fish-1, Roddick-1) In January, qualified at Australian Open (l. to Nadal) and in February advanced to QF in Delray Beach (l. to Nishikori)Followed with 3R at Indian Wells (d. No. 50 Granollers, No. 30 Monaco; l. to Nadal again) In April, took a wild card into Houston and defeated No. 20 Querrey in 2R, Karlovic in SF and Nishikori in finalAfterwards, climbed from No. 93 to No. 67 Did not win back-to-back Tour level matches rest of season with 4-13 markHad a 9-4 mark in Challengers with SF in Sarasota and Tiburon Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 8-14 on hard, 5-1 on clay and 1-4 on grassEarned a career-high $344,318 CAREER IN REVIEW The Bahamian-born American has won 3 Challenger titles while compiling a 94-64 record along with a 16-7 Futures record with 1 title In 2010, was 19-6 in ATP qualifying, reaching 5 main drawsReached 3R in Washington (d. Blake, Llodra; l. to Verdasco) and 2R in Houston (d. Korolev, l. to Massu) and Los Angeles (d. Vliegen, l. to Baghdatis)Lost 8-6 in 5th set in Wimbledon qualifying to Kendrick, but made field as LL (l. to Becker 1R)Repeated as Dallas Challenger winner (d. Ball)Runner up at Savannah (l. to Nishikori) In 2009, was 14-7 in ATP qualifying, reaching 3 main drawsReached 2R at Indian Wells (d. Odesnik, l. to del Potro) and Los Angeles (d. Dent, l. to Querrey)Was 23-17 in Challengers with title in Dallas (d. B. Evans) Doubles runner-up in Houston w/Levine (l. to Bryan-Bryan) In 2008, qualified into US Open (l. to Karanusic) and Miami (d. Volandri, l. to Monaco)Won 1st career Challenger at Rimouski (d. Pless)Was 19-17 in Challengers In 2007, won 2 matches in round robin ATP event at Delray BeachWas 18-16 in Challengers with SF at New Orleans (l. to Anderson) and 5 QF In 2006, made ATP debut in Washington and reached 2R (d. Gimelstob, l. to Clement)Also made Grand Slam debut at US Open and reached 2R (d. Coria, l. to O. Rochus in 5)Was 13-5 in Futures, winning title in Vero Beach (d. Estrella) while reaching 2 other SF In 2005, played 2 Davis Cup dead rubbers for the Bahamas, against Netherlands Antilles (l. to Josepa) and Colombia (l. to Falla) As a junior, won 2005 US Open and ranked No. 2 CAREER TITLES (1): 2011 Houston(CL). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1)

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PERSONAL Started playing tennis aged 6Mother, Cindy, and sister, AshleyHas lived and trained in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, from aged 12In 2006, became a U.S. citizen and studied at the University of FloridaHobbies include watching movies and going spear fishingServed as practice partner on US Davis Cup teams in 2006-07

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HORIA

TECAU (ROU)
Birthdate: January 19, 1985 Turned Pro: 2003 Birthplace: Constanta, Romania Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Constanta, Romania Weight: 190 (86kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 107-85 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $911,734 Two-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 9/8 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 326 (April 4, 2005) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 9 (August 8, 2011) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 12(47-28) 2010: 19(33-23) 2009: 47(17-20)

2008: 88 (3-8) 2007: 158 (2-3) 2006: 283 (1-2)

2005: 439 (0-0) 2004: 242 (0-1) 2003: 492 (1-0)

2002: 1536 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $447,311. Matches won-lost: ATP: 47-28 (doubles). Doubles Winner: Zagreb(w/Norman), Acapulco(w/Hanescu), Casablanca, Bstad(both w/Lindstedt). Finalist: Brisbane, s-Hertogenbosch, Wimbledon, Washington, Beijing(all w/Lindstedt). 2011 IN REVIEW The Romanian teamed with Lindstedt to compile a 2-5 finals record while qualifying in their 1st Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in LondonWent 1-2 in round robin play and 39-23 on season They also advanced to their 2nd straight Wimbledon final In 1st week of season, reached final in Brisbane (l. to Dlouhy-Hanley) and in April, repeated clay court title in Casablanca (d. Fleming-Zelenay) During European clay court circuit, advanced to QF in Barcelona, ATP Masters 1000 Rome and Roland Garros Played well on grass (9-3 mark) with QF at Queens Club, runner-up in s-Hertogenbosch (l. to BraccialiCermak) and Wimbledon (l. to Bryans) In July, won title in Bstad (d. Aspelin-Siljestrom) and 1 month later reached final in Washington (l. to LlodraZimonjic)Lost opening round in next 2 events before reaching QF at US Open (l. to Bolelli-Fognini) In October, reached final in Beijing (l. to Llodra-Zimonjic in 2 TBs) Finished No. 12 in doubles and earned a career-high $447,311 CAREER IN REVIEW The Romanian has won 9 career doubles titles while compiling over 100 match wins on the ATP World Tour In 2010, reached his 1st Grand Slam final at Wimbledon (w/Lindstedt)Went 5-1 in ATP World Tour doubles finals, winning his 1st title (w/Daniell) in AucklandPartnered with Lindstedt beginning in March and won 4 titles together In 2009, teamed with fellow Romanian Hanescu to reach final in Stuttgart and SF in ValenciaAlso made finals at Kitzbhel (w/ Pavel) and SF in Gstaad (w/Allegro) In 2008, went 5-4 in doubles Challenger finalsWon 3 titles with Allegro, 2 with Mergea In 2006, lost in 1R at ATP World Tour debut in Bucharest (w/Pavel) In 2003, made his Davis Cup debut against the Ecuador, winning 13-11 in 5th set against Lapentti-Lapentti (w/Mergea) In Davis Cup, 6-9 career record (6-7 in doubles) in 13 ties CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (9). FINALIST (8). GRAND SLAM HISTORY
DOUBLES (0-2 in finals). WIMBLEDON: Finalist - 2011, 2010 (w/Lindstedt)

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PERSONAL Father, Romeo, works in local police office; mother, Dorinela, works for electric company in ConstantaOlder brother, Andrei, works in bankStarted playing tennis aged 7Favourite surface is hard courtsFavourite players are Pete Sampras and Roger FedererLikes basketball and football, goes to games when he canFavourite football teams are FC Barcelona and AC Milan

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JANKO

TIPSAREVIC (SRB)
Birthdate: June 22, 1984 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Belgrade, Serbia Height: 5'11" (1.80m) Residence: Belgrade, Serbia Weight: 183 (83kg) Career Win-Loss: 188-169 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,466,999 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/5 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 12-31 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 9 (November 14, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 46 (April 25, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

9 (54-26) 2008: 49 (25-23) 2007: 38 (30-25) 2006:

49 (26-21) 2005: 138 (11-15) 2002: 203 (1-1) 52 (19-22) 2004: 116 (5-7) 2001: 636 (2-0) 65 (10-20) 2003: 141 (5-4) 2000:T1082 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $1,692,912. Matches won-lost: ATP: 54-26 (singles), 11-14 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Kuala Lumpur, Moscow. Finalist: Delray Beach, Eastbourne, St. Petersburg. Semifinalist: Chennai, Montral. Quarterfinalist: Washington, US Open. Doubles Semifinalist: Chennai(w/Bolelli), Miami(w/Marach). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Serb (behind No. 1 Djokovic) finished in Top 10 for 1st time in his career making the biggest jump in Top 10 from No. 49 On Oct. 2, captured 1st career ATP World Tour title in Kuala Lumpur (d. Baghdatis) in 148th career tournament (in 5th final)3 weeks later, won title in Moscow, defeating Troicki in first all-Serbian final Finalist at Delray Beach (l. to del Potro) in February, Eastbourne (l. to Seppi) in June and St. Petersburg (l. to Cilic) in OctoberAlso 3 SF, including Montral (l. to Fish), and 1st Slam QF at US Open (ret. vs. Djokovic) Replaced Murray at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. to Berdych, d. No. 1 Djokovic) Went 3-9 vs. Top 10 foes42-19 on hard, 6-3 on grass and 6-4 on clayEarned a career-high $1,692,912 CAREER IN REVIEW The Serb has finished in Top 50 for past 4 years, highlighted by career-best season in 2011 In 2010, helped his country to its 1st Davis Cup title (d. France 3-2) going 3-1 in singles in 3 tiesAdvanced to 1st grass final in s-Hertogenbosch (l. to Stakhovsky) In 2009, reached his 1st ATP final in Moscow (l. to Youzhny) In 2008, finished in Top 50 for 1st time, highlighted by 4 ATP QF showings, including MiamiOpened with 3R at Australian Open where he lost to Federer 10-8 in 5th set in a 4h27m battle In 2007, advanced to 1st Grand Slam 4R at Wimbledon with 3 straight 5-set wins and 1st ATP SF in Moscow In 2006, finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 65 with a 31-8 Challenger record and 4 titles In Davis Cup, 36-14 career mark (29-12 in singles) in 31 ties and member of 2010 winning teamCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (2R) CAREER TITLES (2): 2011 Kuala Lumpur(IH), Moscow(IH). FINALIST (5): 2011 Delray Beach(H), Eastbourne(G), St. Petersburg(IH); 2010 s-Hertogenbosch(G); 2009 Moscow(IH). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 13-7)

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CAREER W-L: 28-30 BEST RESULT: SF (Montral 11)


PERSONAL Began playing at age 6 and at age 8 began playing at AS New Belgrade Tennis Club with Russian coach Roman Savochkin, who still works with himFather, Pavel, is a professor; mother, Vesna, is a housewifeHas 1 younger brother (by 2 years), Veljko, who is a college studentSpeaks Serbian, English and RussianIn 2006 completed university in Belgrade, studying Sports ManagementEnjoys snowboarding, house music and reading psychiatry books of Nietzsche and DostojevskiHas a tattoo on his left arm with enscription Beauty will save the world from DostojevskiIdols growing up were Agassi and KafelnikovPrefers playing on slow hard courts and clayWife, Biljana (married July 4, 2010 in Belgrade)Coached by German Dirk Hordorff (since Sept. 2009) and fitness trainer is Bernardo Carberol and physio is Marc Boada

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BERNARD

TOMIC (AUS)
Birthdate: October 21, 1992 Turned Pro: 2008 Birthplace: Stuttgart, Germany Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Monte-Carlo, Monaco Weight: 170 (77kg) Career Win-Loss: 21-24 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $678,629 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/0 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-5 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 41 (November 7, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 766T(November 14, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 42 (16-15) 2008: 772 (0-0) 2010: 208 (4-6) 2009: 285 (1-3)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $499,060. Matches won-lost: ATP: 16-15 (singles), 1-2 (doubles) Challenger: 13-5 (singles) . Singles Quarterfinalist: Wimbledon, Tokyo. 2011 IN REVIEW The top Aussie was youngest player (19) in year-end Top 100 on ATP World TourHe won 16 matches and reached 2 QF, including at Wimbledon where he posted his 1st Top 10 win over No. 5 Soderling (l. to Djokovic) as a qualifier In other Grand Slams, reached 3R at Australian Open (l. to Nadal), 1R at Roland Garros and 2R at US Open Finished season with a 5-3 mark, reaching QF in Tokyo (l. to Fish), 3R at Shanghai (d. No. 9 Fish, l. to Dolgopolov) and 2R in Stockholm (l. to No. 10 Monfils) Played Davis Cup for his country and went 2-1 in singles in 2 ties, defeating No. 19 Wawrinka in World Group playoff tie in Sydney (l. to Federer in four sets) In Challenger play, compiled a 13-5 match record, with runner-up at Caloundra (l. to Zemlja) in February and SF at Burnie (l. to Guccione), both on home soilIn June, reached back-to-back SF in Nottingham Went 2-5 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 11-12 on hard, 5-2 on grass and 0-1 on clay.Also 134 in TB setsEarned a career-high $499,060 CAREER IN REVIEW The Australian teenager has quickly risen through the rankings, posting 31-16 Challenger record with 2 titles and a 15-13 Futures mark In 2010, played Brisbane (l. to Dolgopolov) before reaching 2R at Australian Open (d. Rufin, l. to Cilic in 5) Made Davis Cup debut against Chinese Tapei and earned wins over Yang and LeeReached 2R at Queens (d. Seppi, l. to Malisse) and Wimbledon (l. to Fish)As qualifier, won Burnie Challenger (d. G. Jones) In 2009, made ATP debut in Brisbane (l. to Verdasco 1R)Earned 1st career match win in Australian Open 1R (d. Starace 1R, l to Muller 2R)Won Melbourne Challenger (d. Matosevic) In 2008, was 13-11 in Futures, reaching 1st final in Indonesia (l. to Sugita) As a junior, won 2008 Australian Open - aged 15, youngest winner in tournament historyAlso won 2009 US Open titles and the under-12, under-14 and under-16 Orange Bowls In Davis Cup, 4-1 career singles mark in 3 ties GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1)

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

PERSONAL Started playing tennis aged 7Father, John, started work driving taxis; mother, Ady, was a biomedical scientist; sister, Sara, also plays tennisFavourite surface is grassIdols growing up were Pete Sampras, Lance Armstrong, Ian Thorpe and Michael JordanHobbies include basketball, football and table tennisLikes Eminem and 50 CentCoached by his father, John

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VIKTOR

TROICKI (SRB)
Birthdate: February 10, 1986 Turned Pro: 2006 Birthplace: Belgrade, Serbia Height: 6'4" (1.93m) Residence: Belgrade, Serbia Weight: 189 (85kg) Career Win-Loss: 136-113 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3,246,133 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 1/4 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 3-34 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 12 (June 6, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 49 (October 25, 2010) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

22 (40-26) 2008: 57 (21-20) 2005: 343 (0-0) 28 (37-30) 2007: 122 (5-7) 2004: T795 (0-0) 29 (32-29) 2006: 207 (1-1) 2003: T958 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $974,925. Matches won-lost: ATP: 40-26 (singles), 12-13 (doubles) . Singles Finalist: Sydney, Moscow. Semifinalist: Rotterdam, Kuala Lumpur. Quarterfinalist: Doha, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo, Halle, Washington. Doubles Semifinalist: Tokyo(w/Haase), Basel(w/Dodig). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 3 Serb (behind No. 1 Djokovic, No. 9 Tipsarevic) finished a year-end best No. 22, highlighted by runner-up showings in Sydney (l. to Simon) and Moscow (l. to Tipsarevic) Overall, reached QF or better 8 times, including SF in Rotterdam and Kuala LumpurHis best Grand Slam result was 4R at Roland Garros (l. to Murray in 5 sets) and afterwards reached a career-high No. 12 on June 6 Went 0-10 vs. Top 10 opponents, won a personal-high 40 matches and compiled marks of 28-18 on hard, 9-6 on clay and 3-2 on grassEarned a career-high $974,925 CAREER IN REVIEW The Belgrade native has finished in Top 30 the past 3 years and reached 5 ATP World Tour finals (1-4 record) In 2010, captured 1st career ATP World Tour title in Moscow (d. Baghdatis) and helped Serbia win its 1st Davis Cup title by clinching 5th and decisive rubber over Frances LlodraAlso reached 4 SF In 2009, made Top 50 breakthrough by finishing No. 29 highlighted by his 2nd ATP final in Bangkok (l. to Simon), SF in Zagreb and QF 3 times In 2008, finished in Top 100 and advanced to maiden ATP final in Washington, (l. DelPotro after posting 2nd Top 10 win over No. 9 Roddick) In 2007, reached his 1st ATP SF in Umag (l. to Pavel after defeating No. 3 Djokovic in 2R for 1st Top 10 win) Played 1st 5 years as a pro in Challengers (59-33 record, 2-3 in finals) and Futures (52-25 record, 3-1 in finals) In Davis Cup, 13-7 career mark (10-6 in singles) in 11 ties and member of winning team in 2010 CAREER TITLES (1): 2010 Moscow(IH). FINALIST (4): 2011 Sydney(H), Moscow(IH); 2009 Bangkok(IH); 2008 Washington(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 5-6)

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CAREER 4-4 6-4 5-4 3-4

11 3RD 4TH 2ND 1ST 11 4TH 4TH QF 2ND 1ST 3RD 1ST 1ST 3RD

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

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

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 5 with countryman Nenad Trifunovic as his coachNicknamed VikInspired by Andre Agassi who was his childhood idolFather, Aleksandar, whose family is Russian; is a lawyer; and mother, Mila, an economistLived and practiced in Boca Raton, Florida from age 13-15Enjoys all sportsWhen he was younger he used to play football and wasnt sure whether he would continue with tennis since football was his favourite sportFan of Partisan Belgrade teamFavourite shot is serve and considers hard courts his favourite surfacePractices at Gerry Weber Breakpoint Base in Halle/Westfalen, Germany Coached by Jan de Witt (since 2005), who also works with Jarkko Nieminen

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JO-WILFRIED

TSONGA (FRA)
Birthdate: April 17, 1985 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Le Mans, France Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: La Rippe, Switzerland Weight: 200 (90kg) Career Win-Loss: 189-87 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $8,300,286 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 7/5 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 25-32 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 6 (November 17, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 33 (October 26, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

6 (55-24) 2008: 6 (34-14) 2005: 345 (0-1) 13 (31-16) 2007: 43 (14-10) 2004: 157 (2-2) 10 (53-20) 2006: 212 (0-0) 2003: 386 (0-0)

2002: 504 (0-0) 2001: 898 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $3,173,969. Matches won-lost: ATP: 55-24 (singles), 11-7 (doubles). Singles Winner: Metz, Vienna. Finalist: Rotterdam, London / Queen's Club, Paris, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London. Semifinalist: Doha, Wimbledon, Montral, Beijing. Quarterfinalist: Marseille, US Open. Doubles Finalist: Marseille(w/Benneteau). 2011 IN REVIEW The top-ranked French player finished in Top 10 for 3rd time in 4 years and qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (l. to Federer in final)Won 2 titles in Metz (d. Ljubicic) and Vienna (d. del Potro) and runner-up in Rotterdam (l. to Soderling), Queens Club in London (l. to Murray) and Paris (l. to Federer) Advanced to Wimbledon SF (d. No. 6 Ferrer, No. 3 Federer in QF from 0-2 sets down, l. to Djokovic)In next outing in Montral reached SF (d. Federer again in QF, l. to Djokovic) and at US Open, reached QF (d. Fish, l. to Federer) Played in Davis Cup SF vs. Spain and lost to Nadal in 4th rubber after winning doubles Won 50-plus matches for 2nd time (53 wins in 09)Went 10-13 vs. Top 10 opponents with win over No. 1 Nadal at Queens and compiled marks of 38-15 on hard, 10-3 on grass and 7-6 on clay (20-6 indoors) CAREER IN REVIEW The Frenchman compiled back-to-back Top 10 seasons in 2008 (at No. 6) and in 2009 (at No. 10), combining for 5 titles while reaching his 1st Grand Slam final at Australian Open in 08Became 1st Frenchman to finish in Top 10 in consecutive years since Yannick Noah from 1985-87 In 2010, reached 3 SF but sidelined for 3 months with left knee patella tear In 2008, won 2 titles, including maiden ATP Masters 1000 crown in Paris (d. Nalbandian)Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai with Paris title and broke into Top 10 for 1st time at No. 7 from No. 14At Australian Open, defeated No. 9 Murray (1R), No. 8 Gasquet (4R) and No. 2 Nadal (SF) before falling in 4 sets to No. 3 DjokovicWon 1st ATP title in Bangkok (d. Djokovic)Named ATP Most Improved Player In 2007, finished in Top 50 for 1st time at No. 43 and in Wimbledon debut reched 4RNamed ATP Newcomer of the Year In 2006, played again only 8 tournaments due to back and abdominal problems In 2005, only played 8 tournamentsMissed 5 months from Nov. 04 to March 05 with a herniated disc, then suffered 2 injuries to his right shoulder later in year In juniors, finished No. 2 in 2003 (behind Baghdatis)Won US Open junior title (d. Baghdatis)Reached SF at Australian Open in 02-03 along with Roland Garros and Wimbledon in 03 In Davis Cup, 10-2 career mark (7-2 in singles) in 6 ties CAREER TITLES (7): 2011 Metz(IH), Vienna(IH); 2009 Johannesburg(H), Marseille(IH), Tokyo(H); 2008 Bangkok(IH), Paris(IH). FINALIST (4): 2011 Rotterdam(IH), London/Queen's Club(G), Paris(IH), Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London(IH); 2008 Australian Open(H); . CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (4). FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 7-2)

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CAREER 17-5 8-4 13-4 11-4

11 3RD 3RD SF QF

10 SF 4TH QF

09 QF 4TH 3RD 4TH

08 RUP 3RD

07 1ST 4TH 3RD

05 1ST
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CAREER W-L: 47-30 BEST RESULT: WON (Paris 08), RUP (Paris 11)

CAREER 4-4

11 08 RUP RR

PERSONAL Nicknamed AliFather, Didier, is a former handball player and chemistry teacher; mother, Evelyne, is a teacher; younger brother, Enzo, is a business student and older sister SarahSays he got strength from his father and kindness from his motherThe 2008 Paris final against Nalbandian was second highest audience on French TV Canal+ in 2008 for a Sunday sports program, peaking at 1.3 million viewers on match pointIn 2011 was presented with the ATP Aces for Charity grant for his foundation Attrap La Balle, which provides underprivileged children in Congo with access to sports activities
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DMITRY

TURSUNOV (RUS)
Birthdate: December 12, 1982 Turned Pro: 2000 Birthplace: Moscow, Russia Height: 6'1" (1.85m) Residence: Folsom, California, USA Weight: 185 (84kg) Career Win-Loss: 181-155 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,060,956 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 7/2 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 9-30 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 20 (October 2, 2006) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 36 (June 16, 2008) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 40 (20-17) 2008: 27 (34-22) 2005: 61 (17-15) 2002: 331 (0-0) 1999:639 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $478,028. Matches won-lost: ATP: 20-17 (singles), 5-15 (doubles) Challenger: 18-2 (singles), 1-1 (doubles). Singles Winner: s-Hertogenbosch. Semifinalist: Marseille. Quarterfinalist: Kuala Lumpur, Moscow. 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 4 Russian finished in Top 50 for first time since 2008, highlighted by 7th career ATP World Tour title in s-Hertogenbosch (d. Dodig) Started year at No. 197 and was 4-6 in ATP main draws until turning things around in June with title run Reached SF in Marseille (l. to No. 5 Soderling), QF in Kuala Lumpur (l. to Troicki) and Moscow (l. to Tipsarevic) Played well in Challengers winning 2 titles and runner-up while compiling an 18-2 record Went 1-3 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 14-14 on hard , 6-2 on grass and 0-1 on clay CAREER IN REVIEW The Russian has finished in Top 50 in 4 of past 6 years, highlighted by year-end best ranking of No. 22 in 2006 when he captured his 1st ATP World Tour titleHas a 7-2 career mark in finals In 2010, underwent his 3rd surgery on left ankle in 2 yearsMade season debut at Roland GarrosSlipped to No. 197Advanced to QF in Tokyo (l. to Nadal) and SF in St. Petersburg (l. to No. 10 Youzhny) In 2009, hampered by ankle injury which sidelined him after US OpenWon title in Eastbourne (d. Dancevic) In 2008, for 2nd year in a row won multiple titles, in Sydney and Metz and earned a career-high $856,069 In 2007, won 2 titles in Indianapolis and Bangkok In 2006, member of Davis Cup finalists with 4-0 singles record in 3 tiesWon a personal-high 45 match wins In 2004, reached 1st ATP SF in Washington but sidelined for final 3 months with back injury In 2002, missed 6 months with back injury In Davis Cup, 10-11 career mark (8-3 in singles) in 12 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics (1R) CAREER TITLES (7): 2011 s-Hertogenbosch(G); 2009 Eastbourne(G); 2008 Sydney(H), Metz(IH); 2007 Indianapolis(H), Bangkok(IH); 2006 Mumbai(H). FINALIST (2): 2008 Indianapolis(H); 2006 Los Angeles(H). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (5). FINALIST (4). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 11-7)

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CAREER 4-6 6-7 13-8 8-9

11 1ST 1ST 2ND 1ST 11 2ND 1ST

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: 23-37)

CAREER INDIAN WELLS 3-6 MIAMI 7-5 MONTE-CARLO 0-3 ROME 1-3 MADRID 0-3 TORONTO/MONTRAL 4-4 CINCINNATI 3-5 SHANGHAI 1-0 PARIS 4-5

PERSONAL Full name is Dmitry Igorevich TursunovMoved to U.S. from Moscow when he was 12 and now spends his time between his US tennis base at the Gorin Tennis Academy in the Sacramento area and MoscowIntroduced to tennis by his father, Igor, a former engineer for an Institute of Nuclear ResearchMother, Svetlana retired and older brother Dennis (7 years older) coaches little kids in MoscowA big fan of actors Jackie Chan, Will Ferrell and Owen WilsonObsessed with anything automotiveConsiders groundstrokes as best part of his game and fast surfaces as favouriteHobbies include, romantic walks on the beach, cuddling, and annoying people

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FERNANDO

VERDASCO (ESP)
Birthdate: November 15, 1983 Turned Pro: 2001 Birthplace: Madrid, Spain Height: 6'2" (1.88m) Residence: Madrid, Spain Weight: 179 (81kg) Career Win-Loss: 318-219 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $8,111,567 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 5/11 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 15-55 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 7 (April 20, 2009) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 31 (February 2, 2009) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

24 (36-24) 2008: 9 (43-22) 2007: 9 (52-25) 2006:

16 (47-27) 2005: 33 (35-28) 2002: 173 (1-2)1999:T1031 (0-0) 26 (34-28) 2004: 36 (31-25) 2001: 462 (0-0) 35 (32-26) 2003: 107 (7-12) 2000:T1334 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $821,021. Matches won-lost: ATP: 36-24 (singles), 2-16 (doubles). Singles Finalist: San Jose, Estoril, Gstaad. Semifinalist: Hamburg. Quarterfinalist: London / Queen's Club, Washington, Beijing. 2011 IN REVIEW The Madrid native finished in Top 25 for 4th straight year, highlighted by 3 ATP World Tour finals, in San Jose (l. to Raonic), Estoril (l. to del Potro) and Gstaad (l. to Granollers)Overall reached QF or better 7 times Ranked in Top 10 for nearly 1/3 of 2011 before falling to No. 12 on Apr. 18Slipped out of Top 20 on June 6 (after Roland Garros) Going into 2012, has played in 34 straight Grand Slam events since 03 Wimbledon Went 1-7 vs. Top 10 foes and lone win came over No. 10 Almagro in Gstaad SFCompiled marks of 20-14 on hard, 13-8 on clay and 3-2 on grass Member of Davis Cup champions, playing doubles in final w/F. Lopez (l. to Argentinas Nalbandian-Schwank) CAREER IN REVIEW The Spaniard has ranked in Top 40 for 8 straight years and made Top 10 breakthrough in 2009, finishing No. 9 after reaching career-high No. 7 In 2010, finished in Top 10 for 2nd straight yearWon 2 titles (San Jose, Barcelona)Reached QF or better 10 times In 2009, beat No. 4 Murray and No. 6 Tsonga at Australian Open before falling to Nadal in 5 sets (5h14m) SF marathonHis lone title came in New Haven (d. Querrey)Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (0-3 in round robin play) In 2008, finished in Top 20 for 1st time at No. 16 and won title in Umag (d. Andreev)Also runner-up in Nottingham (l. to Karlovic) and helped his country to Davis Cup title (d. Argentina 3-1), clinching tie with a 5set win over AcasusoWon doubles match and finished 3-1 (w/Lopez) during year Did not win title from 05-07 but was finalist at St. Petersburg in 07 (l. to Murray) and Kitzbhel in 05 (l. to Gaudio) In 2004, earned his 1st ATP title in Valencia without dropping a set (d. No. 3 Ferrero in SF, Montanes in F) and was runner-up in Acapulco (l. to Moya) In Davis Cup, 15-12 career mark (7-5 in singles) in 16 ties and member of winning team in 2008-09 and 11 CAREER TITLES (5): 2010 San Jose(IH), Barcelona(CL); 2009 New Haven(H); 2008 Umag(CL); 2004 Valencia(CL). FINALIST (11): 2011 San Jose(IH), Estoril(CL), Gstaad(CL); 2010 Monte-Carlo(CL), Nice(CL); 2009 Brisbane(H), Kuala Lumpur(IH); 2008 Nottingham(G); 2007 St. Petersburg(IC); 2005 Kitzbuhel(CL); 2004 Acapulco(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (2). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 15-8)

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CAREER 15-8 16-8 14-9 22-9

11 4TH 3RD 2ND 3RD

10 4TH 4TH 1ST QF

09 SF 4TH 4TH QF

08 2ND 4TH 4TH 3RD

07 2ND 4TH 3RD 3RD

06 2ND 2ND 4TH 3RD

05 2ND 1ST 2ND 4TH

04 1ST 2ND 2ND 2ND

03 1ST 3RD CAREER 0-3 09 RR

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CAREER W-L: 73-71 BEST RESULT: RUP (Monte-Carlo 10)

PERSONAL Full name is Fernando Verdasco CarmonaBegan playing at age 4 with father, Jose, at their home, which had 2 hard courts in the backyardFather and mother, Olga, own a restaurant in MadridHas 2 sisters, Sara and AnaClose friend of Feliciano LopezFavourite football team is Real MadridHis favourite non-tennis destination is Miami and holidays thereConsiders forehand best shotPosed nude for Cosmopolitan Magazine in July 2008 issue to raise awareness of male cancer for Everyman CampaignHas trained part-time with Gil Reyes in Las Vegas from 2008-10Fitness trainer is Vincente Calvo and works with his father Jose
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FILIPPO

VOLANDRI (ITA)
Birthdate: September 5, 1981 Turned Pro: 1997 Birthplace: Livorno, Italy Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Livorno, Italy Weight: 161 (73kg) Career Win-Loss: 159-174 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $3,004,316 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 2/6 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 8-21 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 25 (July 23, 2007) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 120 (May 15, 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 69 (13-19) 2008: 104 (10-20) 2005: 39 (28-28) 2002: 154 (0-2) 1999:264 (0-0) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $309,224. Matches won-lost: ATP: 13-19 (singles), 4-8 (doubles) Challenger: 25-11 (singles), 0-1 (doubles). Singles Semifinalist: Belgrade, Bucharest. 2011 IN REVIEW The Italian veteran finished in Top 100 for 7th time in 9 years, highlighted by 2 ATP World Tour SF in Belgrade (l. to F. Lopez) and Bucharest (l. to F. Mayer) Played well in Challenger events, compiling a 25-11 mark and going 1-3 in finals, all on home soilWon title in Orbetello (d. Viola) in July and was runner-up in Barletta (l. to Bedene), Napoli (l. to Schoorel) and Todi (l. to Berlocq) Compiled marks of 12-14 on clay, 1-2 on grass and 0-3 on hard CAREER IN REVIEW The Italian native finished in Top 50 for 5 straight years from 2003-07 and a winner of 2 ATP World Tour titles in 8 finalsHas a career mark of 146-108 on clay and 13-66 on other surfaces In 2010, played mainly Challengers winning 2 titles on home soil in Rome and posted an overall Challenger record of 39-18 In 2007, had best Grand Slam and ATP Masters 1000 results as he reached 4R at Roland Garros (d. No. 7 Ljubicic, l. to Robredo) and SF in Rome with wins over Gasquet, No. 1 Federer and No. 12 Berdych before losing to F. Gonzalez In 2006, earned his 2nd ATP title in Palermo (d. N. Lapentti), won a personal-high 34 matches and finished a year-end best No. 38Earned a career-high $472,705 In 2004, captured his 1st ATP title in St. Plten (d. Malisse) and reached finals in Umag (l. to Caas) and Palermo (l. to Berdych) In Davis Cup, 10-7 career singles mark in 10 ties since 2001 debut CAREER TITLES (2): 2006 Palermo(CL); 2004 St. Plten(CL). FINALIST (6): 2006 Buenos Aires(CL), Bucharest(CL); 2005 Palermo(CL); 2004 Umag(CL), Palermo(CL); 2003 Umag(CL). CAREER DOUBLES FINALIST (1). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 2-2)

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CAREER 1-6 6-7 1-7 1-6 CAREER 0-5 2-4 7-7 14-11 0-2 0-2 1-2

11 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST 11 1ST 2ND

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: 29-39)

INDIAN WELLS MIAMI MONTE-CARLO ROME MADRID CINCINNATI PARIS

PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 7 because his sister was playing and aunt was a tennis teacherFather, Renato, manages a pharmaceutical company and mother, Donatella, is a housewifeHas 1 older sister, Veronica1st coaches were his aunt (Susanna Paoletti) and Piero CocchellaLikes football (supports AC Milan 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'sLikes clay as a surface and favourite shot is the backhandLikes tennis because it's an individual sport and for the opportunity to travel and see different placesDream is to win Rome or Roland GarrosCoached by Fabrizio Fanucci (since 1997)

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STANISLAS

WAWRINKA (SUI)
Birthdate: March 28, 1985 Turned Pro: 2002 Birthplace: Lausanne, Switzerland Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: St. Barthelemy, Switzerland Weight: 174 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 212-155 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $4,979,745 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 3/6 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 16-44 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 9 (June 9, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 90 (November 6, 2006) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 2010: 2009:

17 (35-20) 2008: 21 (36-19) 2007: 21 (31-20) 2006:

13 (38-21) 2005: 55 (16-16) 2002: 690 (0-0) 36 (21-24) 2004: 162 (0-7) 2001:T1044 (0-0) 30 (33-24) 2003: 169 (2-4)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $960,933. Matches won-lost: ATP: 35-20 (singles), 7-6 (doubles) . Singles Winner: Chennai. Semifinalist: Buenos Aires, Basel. Quarterfinalist: Australian Open, Acapulco, Indian Wells, Gstaad, Montral. Doubles Finalist: Indian Wells(w/Federer). 2011 IN REVIEW The Swiss No. 2 finished in Top 20 for 1st time since 2008 and overall in Top 25 for 4th year in a row, highlighted by 3rd career ATP World Tour title in Chennai (d. Malisse) in 1st week of season Reached QF or better in his 1st 5 events (17-4 mark) and went 18-16 in last 15 eventsIn Grand Slam play, best result was QF at Australian Open (d. Monfils, Roddick, l. to Federer), Helped his country back into Davis Cup World Group by coming back from 1-2 sets down to defeat Hewitt in 5th and decisive rubber on grass in Sydney in September Went 3-7 vs. Top 10 opponents 2 wins over Berdych, Roddick at Australian Open) and compiled marks of 2210 on hard, 11-7 on clay and 2-3 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Swiss native has finished in Top 30 in 5 of past 6 years (except 07), including a year-end best No. 13 in 2008 when he reached finals in Doha and RomeWon doubles gold medal at Beijing Olympics (w/Federer) In 2010, won title in Casablanca (d. Hanescu) and runner-up in Chennai (l. to Cilic), plus a challenger title on home soil in Lugano (d. Starace)Advanced to US Open QF (d. No. 4 Murray in 3R, l. to Youzhny in 5 sets) In 2009, beat countryman Federer for 1st time en route to SF in Monte-Carlo In 2008, reached a career-high ranking of No. 9 and remained there for 22 straight weeks with a personal-best 38 wins and $988,428 In 2007, sidelined for 3 months with a right knee injury during Davis Cup practice on Feb. 8 and underwent surgery following dayCame back and reached 2 finals, in Stuttgart (l. to Nadal) and Vienna (l. to Djokovic) In 2006, earned his 1st ATP World Tour title in Umag as Djokovic retired (breathing difficulties) In 2005, reached 1st ATP final in Gstaad (l. to Gaudio) As a junior captured 2003 Roland Garros title In Davis Cup, 16-17 career mark (14-10 in singles) in 15 tiesCompeted in 2008 Beijing Olympics winning gold medal with Federer CAREER TITLES (3): 2011 Chennai(H); 2010 Casablanca(CL); 2006 Umag(CL). FINALIST (6): 2010 Chennai(H); 2008 Doha(H), Rome(CL); 2007 Stuttgart(CL), Vienna(IH); 2005 Gstaad(CL). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (1). FINALIST (4). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 16-10)

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CAREER 12-6 13-7 9-7 15-7

11 QF 4TH 2ND 2ND

10 3RD 4TH 1ST QF

09 3RD 3RD 4TH 1ST

08 2ND 3RD 4TH 4TH

07 3RD 2ND 1ST 4TH

06 2ND 1ST 3RD 3RD

05 3RD 1ST 3RD

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CAREER W-L: 62-49 BEST RESULT: RUP (Rome 08)


PERSONAL Began playing at age 8Surname Wawrinka is of Polish decent but Wawrinka is only Polish by ancestry Nicknamed StanFather, Wolfram is German, and mother, Isabelle is Swiss, both work in an organic farm, helping handicapped peopleSpeaks French, English and SpanishGrandparents are CzechHas 1 older brother Jonathan, who teaches tennis, and 2 younger sisters Djanaee and Naella, are students and they play tennis Stopped attending school at age 15 in order to focus on tennis full-timeIt was the natural line for me, the right path, to follow with my tennis, he says about itStarted playing international junior events at age 14 and then began satellite circuit following yearAlways has a little Homer Simpson in his bag and likes to take funny pictures with him all over the worldHobbies include movies, music, ice hockey and cookingConsiders clay best surface and his best shot backhandWife Ilham (married December 15, 2009 in Lutry near Lausanne) Daughter, Alexia (born Feb. 12, 2010)
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DONALD

YOUNG (USA)
Birthdate: July 23, 1989 Turned Pro: 2004 Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA Height: 6'0" (1.83m) Residence: Atlanta, Georgia, USA Weight: 160 (72kg) Career Win-Loss: 32-60 Plays: Left-handed Career Prize Money: $1,073,284 Two-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 0/1 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 2-5 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 39 (November 14, 2011) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 203 (November 12, 2007) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 39 (19-17) 2008: 140 (8-20) 2010: 128 (3-6) 2007: 98 (2-3) 2009: 194 (0-4) 2006: 484 (0-3)

2005: 571 (0-7) 2004:T1253 (0-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $425,315. Matches won-lost: ATP: 19-17 (singles), 2-7 (doubles) Challenger: 13-5 (singles), 3-4 (doubles). Singles Finalist: Bangkok. Semifinalist: Washington. 2011 IN REVIEW The American was 1 of most improved players on ATP World Tour, jumping from No. 128 to year-end best No. 39, highlighted by 1st career ATP World Tour final and Grand Slam best 4R finish Won a personal-best 19 matches and finished 13-5 after 6-10 start through JulyOn Aug. 6, reached 1st ATP SF in Washington, defeating No. 18 Melzer (by ret.) and No. 26 Baghdatis (l. to eventual champ Stepanek) In last Grand Slam event at US Open, reached a career-best 4R, posting wins over No. 14 Wawrinka in 5 sets (2R) and No. 24 Chela (3R) before losing to No. 4 MurrayAfterwards jumped from 84 to No. 57 Had 4 Top 20 wins and eight overall Top 50 winsWent 2-2 vs. Top 10 opponents and in March at Indian Wells, posted 1st Top 10 win over No. 5 Murray in 2REn route to Bangkok final (l. to Murray), defeated No. 9 Monfils in SF in final set TB Went 13-5 in Challengers, with title in Tallahassee (d. Odesnik) and final in Savannah (l. to Odesnik) in May Had a 16-13 record on hard courts and 3-4 on grassEarned a career-high $425,315 CAREER IN REVIEW This American began playing professional events before turning 15, and has already played over 300 career matches, compiling a 115-58 Challenger record with 5 titles and a 28-16 Futures mark with 1 title In 2010, was 8-7 in ATP qualifyingHad 30-13 record in Challengers, with title at Carson (d. Kendrick), final at Aptos (l. to Matosevic) and 5 other SF In 2009, was 10-10 in ATP qualifying matches, successfully reaching main draw once, at US Open (l. to Roberdo)Was 20-12 in Challengers with title in Calabasas (d. Russell) and final in Tallahassee (l. to Isner) In 2008, reached 1st ATP QF in Memphis (l. to Bjorkman)Reached 3R in Indian Wells (l. to Nadal)Won title at Sacramento (d. Kendrick) In 2007, youngest player in year-end Top 100 at 18y5m, climbing 386 positions from previous yearEarned 1st ATP match win at New Haven (d. Delic, l. to Davydenko in 2R)Reached 3R at US Open (l. to F. Lopez)Was 34-14 in Challengers, winning 1st career title at Aptos (d. Reynolds)Won Wimbledon Junior title, becoming 1st American to win since Scott Humphries in 1994 In 2005, made ATP debut as a 15y6m in San Jose (l. to Ginepri in 1R)Made Grand Sam debut at US Open (l. to Galimberti in 1R)At 16y5m, became youngest Junior year-end No. 11st American to win Australian junior title and finish No. 1 since Roddick in 2000In doubles, won US Open title (w/Clayton) and reached final at Australian Open (w/De Bakker) CAREER FINALIST (1): 2011 Bangkok(IH). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 1-1)

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CAREER 1-3 0-1 0-2 4-7

11 1ST 1ST 4TH

10 2ND 1ST

09 1ST

08 1ST 1ST 1ST 1ST

07 3RD

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CAREER W-L: 5-12 BEST RESULT: 3R (Indian Wells 11, 08)


PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 3 with mother, Illona, and father, Donald, Sr. who are both tennis teaching professionalsParents run the South Fulton Tennis Center in College Park, Georgia, outside of Atlanta after Donald Sr. took over operations in fall of 2003Writes right-handedFavourite athletes are Michael Jordan, Pete Sampras and Tiger WoodsEnjoys playing table tennis and board games like Monopoly.Only sports figure in Newsweek Magazine's "Who's Next?" feature on Dec. 27, 2004Coached by mother, Illona Young

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YOUZHNY (RUS)
Birthdate: June 25, 1982 Turned Pro: 1999 Birthplace: Moscow, Russia Height: 6'0" (1.82m) Residence: Moscow, Russia Weight: 172 (78kg) Career Win-Loss: 366-268 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $8,874,355 One-handed backhand Career Singles Titles/Finalist: 7/10 Career Win-Loss vs. Top 10: 25-57 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 8 (January 28, 2008) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 38 (April 11, 2011) YEAR-END SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 35 (27-24) 2008: 33 (28-22) 2005: 44 (23-23) 2002: 32 (31-24) 1999:327 (0-1) 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)
2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $809,921. Matches won-lost: ATP: 27-24 (singles), 13-12 (doubles) Challenger: 2-1 (singles) . Singles Semifinalist: Marseille, Hamburg, Gstaad, St. Petersburg. Quarterfinalist: Rotterdam, Beijing. Doubles Winner: Dubai(w/Stakhovsky). 2011 IN REVIEW The No. 2 Russian (behind No. 34 Bogomolov, Jr.) finished in Top 50 for 10th year in a row with his best results reaching 4 SF, Marseille, Hamburg, Gstaad and St. PetersburgDid not reach a final for 1st time since 2006Best Grand Slam result was 4R at Wimbledon (l. to Federer in 4 sets) In Davis Cup World Group playoff tie vs. Brazil, won both of his matches, including a 14-12 in 5th set battle over Bellucci in 4th rubber saving 2 MP Compiled marks of 14-13 on hard, 10-10 on clay and 3-1 on grass CAREER IN REVIEW The Russian has 10 consecutive Top 50 year-end rankings, including 4 Top 20 finishesHas 7-10 career mark in ATP World Tour finals In 2010, had career-best year with 1st Top 10 finish and 2 titles in 5 finalsWon 300th career match en route to final in Rotterdam (ret. w/ right thigh injury vs. Soderling)Earned career-high $1,900,349 In 2009, won Moscow (d. Tipsarevic) and reached 3 finals In 2008, won title in Chennai (d. No. 2 Nadal) and reached QF at Australian Open (d. No. 4 Davydenko, l. to Tsonga) to reach career-high No. 8 on Jan. 28 In 2007, won a personal-high 50 matches, won Rotterdam and reached 2 finals In 2006, went into US Open ranked No. 54 and reached SF after beating Nadal in QF (went to No. 24) In 2005, reached 7 ATP QF In 2004, reached QF at Athens Olympics In 2002, captured 1st title in Stuttgart (d. Caas) and led country to Davis Cup title with decisive match win over Frances Mathieu In juniors, reached Australian Open final in 99 (l. to Pless) In Davis Cup, 20-17 career mark (15-11 singles) in 24 ties and member of 2002 winning team2-time Olympian (2004 Athens QF, 2008 Beijing 3R) CAREER TITLES (7): 2010 Munich(CL), Kuala Lumpur(IH); 2009 Moscow(IH); 2008 Chennai(H); 2007 Rotterdam(IH); 2004 St. Petersburg(IC); 2002 Stuttgart(CL). FINALIST (10): 2010 Rotterdam(IH), Dubai(H), St. Petersburg(IH); 2009 Munich(CL), Tokyo(H), Valencia(IH); 2007 Dubai(H), Munich(CL); 2004 Beijing(H); 2002 St. Petersburg(IH). CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (8). FINALIST (3). GRAND SLAM HISTORY (Career 5-set record: 16-9)

AUS. OPEN ROLAND GARROS WIMBLEDON US OPEN

CAREER 18-10 17-11 22-11 18-9

11 3RD 3RD 4TH 1ST

10 3RD QF 2ND SF

09 1ST 2ND 1ST 2ND

08 QF 3RD 4TH

07 3RD 4TH 4TH 2ND

06 1ST 2ND 3RD SF

05 2ND 2ND 4TH 3RD

04 1ST 3RD 1ST 3RD

03 4TH 2ND 2ND 1ST

02 3RD 1ST 4TH

01 3RD 1ST 4TH 3RD

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CAREER W-L: 51-72 BEST RESULT: QF (Miami 10; Paris 07, 04; Cincinnati 05)
PERSONAL Began playing tennis at age 6Father, Mikhail, passed away; mother, Lubov, is an economistHas 1 older brother, Andrei, who has played mostly pro Futures events in his career from 1998-2000Childhood hero was Stefan EdbergAt age 13, was a ballboy for Russia-U.S. Davis Cup final in Moscow in 1995 and posed for photos with U.S. members Courier, Sampras and Todd MartinGives military style salute to fans after big wins with racket above his head with left hand and salute with rightWife, Yulia (married Nov. 22, 2008 in Moscow)Son Maxim (born December 4, 2009)Graduated with Philosophy Doctors Degree from the University of Moscow on Nov. 15, 2011Coached by Boris Sobkin (since age 10)
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ZIMONJIC (SRB)
Birthdate: June 4, 1976 Turned Pro: 1995 Birthplace: Belgrade, Serbia Height: 6'3" (1.91m) Residence: Belgrade, Serbia Weight: 200 (90kg) Career Doubles Win-Loss: 507-257 Plays: Right-handed Career Prize Money: $5,880,842 One-handed backhand Career Doubles Titles/Finalist: 43/29 Highest Singles South African Airways ATP Ranking: 176(March 29, 1999) Highest ATP Doubles Ranking: 1 (November 17, 2008) YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES RANKING HISTORY (WIN-LOSS)

2011: 6 (50-22) 2010: 3 (59-23) 2009: 3 (61-17) 2008: 1 (49-18)

2007: 5 (49-17) 2006:11 (42-19) 2005:11 (33-22) 2004: 18 (32-24)

2003: 32 (31-21) 1999: 86 (14-12) 1995: 364 (0-0) 2002: 51 (20-15) 1998: 116 (0-2) 1994: 474 (0-0) 2001: 32 (33-20) 1997: 203 (0-1) 1993: 981 (0-0) 2000: 29 (32-21) 1996: 254 (1-0)

2011 HIGHLIGHTS Prize money: $681,189. Matches won-lost: ATP: 50-22 (doubles). Doubles Winner: Washington, Montral, Beijing, Basel. Finalist: Rotterdam, Madrid, Cincinnati, Shanghai. Semifinalist: Dubai, Roland Garros, Wimbledon(all w/Llodra). Belgrade(w/Granollers). 2011 IN REVIEW The Serb teamed with Llodra for 1st year to finish No. 2 in ATP Doubles Team Rankings with 4-4 finals recordThrough Wimbledon, were 21-10, but in last 8 tournaments, put together a 24-4 record, including all 4 titles Played well in big events with a 13-4 mark in Grand Slam events and 17-8 in ATP Masters 1000 outingsThey reached QF at Australian Open and SF at Roland Garros and WimbledonLost in 3R at US Open They were 1-3 in ATP Masters 1000 finals, winning title in Montral (d. Bryans) and reaching finals in Madrid (l. to Bryans), Cincinnati (l. to Bhupathi-Paes) and Shanghai (l. to Mirnyi-Nestor) In Asia, won title in Beijing (d. Lindstedt-Tecau) and reached final in ShanghaiIn last 2 European events leading into London, won title in Basel (d. Mirnyi-Nestor) and reached QF in Paris Surpassed 500 career match wins CAREER IN REVIEW The Serbian doubles specialist has 43 career titles winning a career best 9 titles in 11 finals in 2009 partnering with Nestor (61-17 record)Has finished in Top 20 8 straight years and won 3 Grand Slam crowns with Nestor In 2010, compiled a 7-4 mark in finals and finished as No. 2 team with NestorClosed season by capturing title at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in LondonHelped his country to its 1st Davis Cup title (d. France 3-2) In 2009, 5 of his titles came at ATP Masters 1000 events (Monte-Carlo, Rome, Madrid, Cincinnati, Paris) and finished No. 2 with a career-high $1,203,345 In 2008, finished No. 1, clinching top spot with win over Bryans in Tennis Masters Cup final in Shanghai In 2004, defeated No. 6 Agassi in singles as a qualifier in St. Plten In 1999, in singles, reached a career-high No. 176 and his best Grand Slam result was 3R at Wimbledon, his best career Grand Slam result In juniors, won Yugoslavia 16s, 18s and mens (twice) in singles, doubles and mixed national championships In Davis Cup, was playing captain in 03-04 and has 38-18 career record (25-9 in doubles) in 40 ties since 95 2-time Olympian (2000 Sydney 1R, 2008 Beijing 1R) CAREER DOUBLES TITLES (43). FINALIST (29). GRAND SLAM HISTORY
DOUBLES (3-4 in Finals). AUSTRALIAN OPEN: Finalist - 2010 (w/Nestor); Mixed Champion - 2008 (w/Sun), 2004 (w/Bovina); ROLAND GARROS: Champion - 2010 (w/Nestor); Finalist - 2008 (w/Nestor); Mixed Champion - 2010, 2006 (w/Srebotnik); WIMBLEDON Champion 2009, 2008 (w/Nestor); 2006 Finalist (w/Santoro), 2004 (w/Knowle).

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CAREER 15-9

11 RR

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08 06 WON RR

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DOUBLES (12-10 in finals) - INDIAN WELLS: Finalist - 2010, 2008 (w/Nestor); MONTE CARLO: Champion - 2010, 2009 (w/Nestor), 2005 (w/Paes), 2004 (w/Henman), Finalist - 2006 (w/Santoro); ROME: Champion - 2009 (w/Nestor), 2007 (w/Santoro), Finalist - 2008 (w/Nestor); HAMBURG: Champion - 2008 (w/Nestor); TORONTO/MONTRAL: Champion - 2011 (w/Llodra), 2008 (w/Nestor); CINCINNATI: Champion - 2009 (w/Nestor); Finalist - 2011 (w/Llodra) MADRID: Champion-2009 (w/Nestor), Finalist - 2011 (w/Llodra), 2010 (w/Nestor), 2005 (w/Paes); SHANGHAI: Finalist - 2011 (w/Llodra); PARIS: Champion - 2009 (w/Nestor), Finalist - 2007 (w/Nestor), 2006 (w/Santoro).

PERSONAL Began playing at age 9Nicknames include Ziki, ZimoFather, Mirko, a retired civil engineer; mother, Nevenka, a retired bank employeeHas older brother, IgorPlayed football, basketball and handball as kid Also likes skiingChildhood heroes were Michael Jordan and Carl LewisEnjoys music of U2, Dire Straits and SealConsiders fast clay and hard courts favourite surfaces and best shot is serveCredits former pro Robert Seguso as well as Gnter Bresnik (with whom he worked for a couple of years) with providing assistance and guidance early in careerWas featured on a postal stamp in Serbia in 2008Received diplomatic passport in May 20011 as a goodwill ambassador for SerbiaWife, Mina (married May 24, 2008 in Belgrade)Twins, Leon (son) and Luna (daughter), born Dec. 3, 2008Elected to ATP Player Council from June 2010 to June 2012 Fitness coach is Vlade Kaplarevic (since July 2009)

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JANUARY
Pablo Cuevas 1-86 David Nalbandian 1-82 Ivan Dodig 2-85 Jan Mertl 3-82 Jonathan Dasnieres de Veigy 5-87 Gianluca Naso 6-87 Ruben Ramirez Hidalgo 6-78 Sergiy Stakhovsky 6-86 Javier Marti 11-92 Ruben Bemelmans 14-88 Albert Ramos 17-88 Olivier Rochus 18-81 Maxime Teixeira 18-89 Malek Jaziri 20-84 Nicolas Mahut 21-82 Pablo Andujar 23-86 Adrian Ungur 25-85 Izak Van der Merwe 26-84 Daniel Munoz-De La Nava29-82 Vincent Millot 30-86 Greg Jones 31-89

APRIL
Matthias Bachinger Paul Capdeville David Ferrer Julian Reister Karol Beck Tommy Haas Dudi Sela Robin Haase Pere Riba Thomas Schoorel Dominik Meffert Rui Machado Marcel Granollers Simon Greul Roberto Bautista-Agut Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Alex Bogomolov Jr. Eduardo Schwank Rainer Schuettler John Isner Horacio Zeballos 2-87 2-83 2-82 2-86 3-82 3-78 4-85 6-87 7-88 8-89 9-81 10-84 12-86 13-81 14-88 17-85 23-83 23-86 25-76 26-85 27-85 1-82 1-78 7-92 8-89 9-90 9-83 15-87 15-87 16-91 16-82 17-80 18-86 18-88 18-80 21-86 21-84 22-87 22-81 23-85 24-87 27-88 29-87 30-90 30-83 2-81 3-77 3-86 4-83 4-89 5-80 11-87 17-85 18-86 21-90 22-84 23-90 25-82 26-79 27-81

Adrian Mannarino Amer Delic Dusan Lajovic

29-88 30-82 30-90 1-80 1-87 1-79 7-79 7-87 11-89 12-84 12-91 14-83 14-90 14-81 14-87 17-87 17-82 18-89 19-80 20-83 21-86 21-81 22-87 23-81 23-89 24-85 25-83 2-85 2-83 2-80 7-85 7-83 8-81 8-83 8-85 9-77 10-83 11-81 14-91 14-83 14-84 16-81 18-87 21-85 22-87 30-79 30-88 30-82 1-86 5-84 5-81 7-86 8-87 10-81 16-86 17-85 19-88 20-81 23-88

Frank Dancevic Marin Cilic Grega Zemlja Igor Kunitsyn

26-84 28-88 29-86 30-81

JULY
Michael Berrer Pavol Cervenak Julio Silva Jan Hernych Matteo Viola Martin Klizan Andre Begemann Pablo Carreno-Busta Igor Andreev Uladzimir Ignatik Potito Starace Ryan Sweeting Daniel Brands Bobby Reynolds Aljaz Bedene Xavier Malisse Maximo Gonzalez Martin Fischer Victor Hanescu Andrey Golubev Jarkko Nieminen Donald Young Lukas Rosol Stephane Bohli

OCTOBER
Bjorn Phau 4-79 5-90 Federico Delbonis Florian Mayer 5-83 Jesse Huta Galung 6-85 Sam Querrey 7-87 Simone Bolelli 8-85 Cedrik-Marcel Stebe 9-90 Jesse Levine 15-87 Philipp Kohlschreiber 16-83 Marius Copil 17-90 Ivan Navarro 19-81 Flavio Cipolla 20-83 Bernard Tomic 21-92 Alexander Kudryavtsev 26-85 Adrian Menendez-Maceiras 28-85

NOVEMBER
Lukas Lacko Alexandr Dolgopolov Mathieu Rodrigues Jerzy Janowicz Alejandro Falla Robert Kendrick Fernando Verdasco Wayne Odesnik Gastao Elias Matthew Ebden Albert Montanes Santiago Giraldo Radek Stepanek Edouard Roger-Vasselin Inigo Cervantes-Huegun Benjamin Mitchell 3-87 7-88 7-85 13-90 14-83 15-79 15-83 21-85 24-90 26-87 26-80 27-87 27-78 28-83 30-89 30-92 7-90 8-84 8-82 9-81 12-82 15-81 17-77 20-81 21-80 26-87 27-90 27-84 28-79 28-80 29-89 30-87 31-80

FEBRUARY
Carlos Berlocq Rogerio Dutra Silva Andreas Beck Alex Kuznetsov Jaroslav Pospisil James Ward Sergei Bubka Viktor Troicki Jeremy Chardy Juan Carlos Ferrero Somdev Devvarman Antonio Veic Andreas Seppi Andrey Kuznetsov Konstantin Kravchuk Brian Dabul Lleyton Hewitt Facundo Bagnis Ivo Karlovic Florent Serra 3-83 3-84 5-86 5-87 9-81 9-87 10-87 10-86 12-87 12-80 13-85 18-88 21-84 22-91 23-85 24-84 24-81 27-90 28-79 28-81 5-85 5-87 8-88 13-84 15-88 18-84 19-79 22-87 24-85 24-84 25-88 28-85 29-87 29-84 29-91 29-88 30-77 30-89

MAY
Tommy Robredo Michael Russell Ryan Harrison Benoit Paire Evgeny Donskoy Gilles Muller Leonardo Mayer Andy Murray Grigor Dimitrov Lukasz Kubot Stephane Robert Kevin Anderson Tatsuma Ito Michael Llodra Tobias Kamke Ivo Minar Novak Djokovic Jurgen Melzer Teymuraz Gabashvili Fabio Fognini Joao Souza Kenny De Schepper Alessandro Giannessi Simone Vagnozzi

AUGUST
Ilija Bozoljac Nikola Ciric Victor Estrella Daniel Gimeno-Traver Jan Hajek Roger Federer Bastian Knittel Marinko Matosevic Alessio Di Mauro Augustin Gensse Danai Udomchoke Laurynas Grigelis Yen-Hsun Lu Robin Soderling Denis Gremelmayr Igor Sijsling Nicolas Almagro Mischa Zverev Juan Ignacio Chela Ernests Gulbis Andy Roddick

DECEMBER
David Goffin Dustin Brown David Guez Mardy Fish Dmitry Tursunov Paolo Lorenzi Arnaud Clement Julien Benneteau Ricardo Mello Mikhail Kukushkin Milos Raonic Gilles Simon James Blake Diego Junqueira Kei Nishikori Thomaz Bellucci Michael Yani

MARCH
Arnau Brugues-Davi Blaz Kavcic Dusan Lojda Steve Darcis Andres Molteni Rajeev Ram Ivan Ljubicic Andreas Haider-Maurer Frederico Gil Philipp Petzschner Guillermo Olaso Stanislas Wawrinka Maxime Authom Juan Monaco Tsung-Hua Yang Jurgen Zopp Marc Gicquel Joao Sousa

JUNE
Nikolay Davydenko Stefano Galvani Rafael Nadal Guillermo Garcia-Lopez Harri Heliovaara Rik De Voest Marsel Ilhan Marcos Baghdatis Richard Gasquet Ricardas Berankis Janko Tipsarevic Vasek Pospisil Mikhail Youzhny Yuri Schukin Eric Prodon

SEPTEMBER
Gael Monfils Go Soeda Filippo Volandri Denis Istomin Illya Marchenko Marco Chiudinelli Amir Weintraub Tomas Berdych Thiemo de Bakker Feliciano Lopez Juan Martin Del Potro

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SINGLES
(As of Dec. 5, 2011) 64 Nalbandian, David/ARG 65 Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo/ESP 66 Ramos, Albert/ESP 67 Rochus, Olivier/BEL 68 Machado, Rui/POR 69 Volandri, Filippo/ITA 70 Rosol, Lukas/CZE 71 Kunitsyn, Igor/RUS 72 Sweeting, Ryan/USA 73 Istomin, Denis/UZB 74 Falla, Alejandro/COL 75 Cipolla, Flavio/ITA 76 Dimitrov, Grigor/BUL 77 Nieminen, Jarkko/FIN 78 Mayer, Leonardo/ARG 79 Harrison, Ryan/USA 80 Mahut, Nicolas/FRA 81 Stebe, Cedrik-Marcel/GER 82 Lu, Yen-Hsun/TPE 83 Sela, Dudi/ISR 84 Devvarman, Somdev/IND 85 Mello, Ricardo/BRA 86 Ebden, Matthew/AUS 87 Mannarino, Adrian/FRA 88 Darcis, Steve/BEL 89 Riba, Pere/ESP 90 Hanescu, Victor/ROU 91 Kukushkin, Mikhail/KAZ 92 Kavcic, Blaz/SLO 93 Querrey, Sam/USA 94 Bachinger, Matthias/GER 95 Paire, Benoit/FRA 96 Kamke, Tobias/GER 97 Prodon, Eric/FRA 98 Beck, Andreas/GER 99 Russell, Michael/USA 100 Berrer, Michael/GER 101 Beck, Karol/SVK 102 Gil, Frederico/POR 103 Chardy, Jeremy/FRA 104 Souza, Joao/BRA 105 Robert, Stephane/FRA 106 Roger-Vasselin, Edouard/FRA 107 Gimeno-Traver, Daniel/ESP 108 Lorenzi, Paolo/ITA 109 Zeballos, Horacio/ARG 110 Brands, Daniel/GER 111 Ilhan, Marsel/TUR 112 Lacko, Lukas/SVK 113 Van der Merwe, Izak/RSA 114 Ungur, Adrian/ROU 115 Andreev, Igor/RUS 116 Zemlja, Grega/SLO 117 Klizan, Martin/SVK 118 Jaziri, Malek/TUN 119 Pospisil, Vasek/CAN 120 Soeda, Go/JPN 121 Gonzalez, Maximo/ARG 122 Ito, Tatsuma/JPN 123 Junqueira, Diego/ARG 124 Dutra Silva, Rogerio/BRA 125 Berankis, Ricardas/LTU 126 De Voest, Rik/RSA 127 Reynolds, Bobby/USA 128 Haider-Maurer, Andreas/AUT 129 Odesnik, Wayne/USA 130 Ramirez Hidalgo, Ruben/ESP 131 Capdeville, Paul/CHI 132 Schuettler, Rainer/GER 133 Schoorel, Thomas/NED 134 Bolelli, Simone/ITA 135 Giannessi, Alessandro/ITA 136 Carreno-Busta, Pablo/ESP 137 Brugues-Davi, Arnau/ESP 138 Gabashvili, Teymuraz/RUS 139 De Schepper, Kenny/FRA 140 Munoz-De La Nava, Daniel/ESP 141 Hajek, Jan/CZE 142 Cuevas, Pablo/URU 143 Schwank, Eduardo/ARG 144 Donskoy, Evgeny/RUS 145 Gicquel, Marc/FRA 146 Zopp, Jurgen/EST 147 Golubev, Andrey/KAZ 148 Bubka, Sergei/UKR 149 Ram, Rajeev/USA 150 Gensse, Augustin/FRA 151 Bagnis, Facundo/ARG 152 Dancevic, Frank/CAN 153 Clement, Arnaud/FRA 154 Silva, Julio/BRA 155 Greul, Simon/GER 156 Viola, Matteo/ITA 157 Phau, Bjorn/GER 158 Kudryavtsev, Alexander/RUS 159 Veic, Antonio/CRO 160 Bemelmans, Ruben/BEL 161 Brown, Dustin/GER 162 Ward, James/GBR 163 Teixeira, Maxime/FRA 164 Levine, Jesse/USA 165 Bedene, Aljaz/SLO 166 Delbonis, Federico/ARG 167 Vagnozzi, Simone/ITA 168 Hernych, Jan/CZE 169 Kuznetsov, Alex/USA 170 Meffert, Dominik/GER 171 Serra, Florent/FRA 172 Elias, Gastao/POR 173 Yang, Tsung-Hua/TPE 174 Goffin, David/BEL 175 Galvani, Stefano/ITA 176 Millot, Vincent/FRA 177 Estrella, Victor/DOM 178 Chiudinelli, Marco/SUI 179 Bautista-Agut, Roberto/ESP 180 Yani, Michael/USA 181 Dabul, Brian/ARG 182 Kravchuk, Konstantin/RUS 183 Ignatik, Uladzimir/BLR 184 Minar, Ivo/CZE 185 Marti, Javier/ESP 186 Ciric, Nikola/SRB 187 Hewitt, Lleyton/AUS 188 Knittel, Bastian/GER 189 Olaso, Guillermo/ESP 190 Gremelmayr, Denis/GER 191 Lajovic, Dusan/SRB 192 Navarro, Ivan/ESP 193 Sousa, Joao/POR 194 Schukin, Yuri/KAZ 195 Heliovaara, Harri/FIN 196 Jones, Greg/AUS 197 Guez, David/FRA 198 Grigelis, Laurynas/LTU 199 Sijsling, Igor/NED 200 Lojda, Dusan/CZE 201 Matosevic, Marinko/AUS 202 Di Mauro, Alessio/ITA 203 Weintraub, Amir/ISR 204 Cervenak, Pavol/SVK 205 Haas, Tommy/GER 206 Pospisil, Jaroslav/CZE 207 Huta Galung, Jesse/NED 208 Udomchoke, Danai/THA 209 Zverev, Mischa/GER 210 Molteni, Andres/ARG 211 Menendez-Maceiras, Adrian/ESP 212 Delic, Amer/BIH 213 Begemann, Andre/GER 214 Mitchell, Benjamin/AUS 215 Mertl, Jan/CZE 216 Rodrigues, Mathieu/FRA 217 Copil, Marius/ROU 218 Bohli, Stephane/SUI 219 Fischer, Martin/AUT 220 Cervantes-Huegun, Inigo/ESP 221 Janowicz, Jerzy/POL 222 Kuznetsov, Andrey/RUS 223 de Bakker, Thiemo/NED 224 Kendrick, Robert/USA 225 Authom, Maxime/BEL 226 Naso, Gianluca/ITA 227 Bozoljac, Ilija/SRB 228 Marchenko, Illya/UKR 229 Dasnieres de Veigy, Jonathan/FRA 230 Reister, Julian/GER 231 Farah, Robert/COL 232 Jouan, Romain/FRA 233 Granollers-Pujol, Gerard/ESP 234 Sugita, Yuichi/JPN 235 Nielsen, Frederik/DEN 236 Rufin, Guillaume/FRA 237 Torebko, Peter/GER 238 Struff, Jan-Lennard/GER 239 Alund, Martin/ARG 240 Crivoi, Victor/ROU 241 Baker, Jamie/GBR 242 Felder, Marcel/URU 243 Klaasen, Raven/RSA 244 Borvanov, Roman/MDA 245 Salamanca, Carlos/COL 246 Gojowczyk, Peter/GER 247 Mertens, Yannick/BEL 248 Burquier, Gregoire/FRA 249 Cabal, Juan Sebastian/COL 250 Duclos, Pierre-Ludovic/CAN 1 Djokovic, Novak/SRB 2 Nadal, Rafael/ESP 3 Federer, Roger/SUI 4 Murray, Andy/GBR 5 Ferrer, David/ESP 6 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried/FRA 7 Berdych, Tomas/CZE 8 Fish, Mardy/USA 9 Tipsarevic, Janko/SRB 10 Almagro, Nicolas/ESP 11 Del Potro, Juan Martin/ARG 12 Simon, Gilles/FRA 13 Soderling, Robin/SWE 14 Roddick, Andy/USA 15 Dolgopolov, Alexandr/UKR 16 Monfils, Gael/FRA 17 Wawrinka, Stanislas/SUI 18 Isner, John/USA 19 Gasquet, Richard/FRA 20 Lopez, Feliciano/ESP 21 Cilic, Marin/CRO 22 Troicki, Viktor/SRB 23 Mayer, Florian/GER 24 Verdasco, Fernando/ESP 25 Nishikori, Kei/JPN 26 Monaco, Juan/ARG 27 Granollers, Marcel/ESP 28 Stepanek, Radek/CZE 29 Chela, Juan Ignacio/ARG 30 Ljubicic, Ivan/CRO 31 Raonic, Milos/CAN 32 Anderson, Kevin/RSA 33 Melzer, Jurgen/AUT 34 Bogomolov Jr., Alex/RUS 35 Youzhny, Mikhail/RUS 36 Dodig, Ivan/CRO 37 Bellucci, Thomaz/BRA 38 Seppi, Andreas/ITA 39 Young, Donald/USA 40 Tursunov, Dmitry/RUS 41 Davydenko, Nikolay/RUS 42 Tomic, Bernard/AUS 43 Kohlschreiber, Philipp/GER 44 Baghdatis, Marcos/CYP 45 Haase, Robin/NED 46 Andujar, Pablo/ESP 47 Llodra, Michael/FRA 48 Fognini, Fabio/ITA 49 Malisse, Xavier/BEL 50 Ferrero, Juan Carlos/ESP 51 Robredo, Tommy/ESP 52 Benneteau, Julien/FRA 53 Montanes, Albert/ESP 54 Muller, Gilles/LUX 55 Giraldo, Santiago/COL 56 Karlovic, Ivo/CRO 57 Kubot, Lukasz/POL 58 Starace, Potito/ITA 59 Blake, James/USA 60 Berlocq, Carlos/ARG 61 Gulbis, Ernests/LAT 62 Stakhovsky, Sergiy/UKR 63 Petzschner, 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TOP 10 SINGLES
(SINCE 1973)
2010 1 Rafael Nadal (ESP) 2 Roger Federer (SUI) 3 Novak Djokovic (SRB) 4 Andy Murray (GBR) 5 Robin Soderling (SWE) 6 Tomas Berdych (CZE) 7 David Ferrer (ESP) 8 Andy Roddick (USA) 9 Fernando Verdasco (ESP) 10 Mikhail Youzhny (RUS 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 (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) 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 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 (USA) (SUI) (ESP) (USA) (ARG) (GER) (ESP) (ARG) (AUS) (FRA) (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)

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 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

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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

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SOUTH AFRICAN AIRWAYS ATP RANKINGS HISTORY OF NO.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. The figures below highlight the achievements of the players over the past 37 years. Since Ilie Nastase became the first No. 1 on August 23, 1973, there have been 89 changes at the top, with 25 players holding the ranking of No. 1.
RANK DATE PLAYER WEEKS NO. 1 40 Feb. 10, 1992 Mar. 23, 1992 Apr. 13, 1992 Sept. 14, 1992 Oct. 5, 1992 Jim Courier (10) Edberg Courier Edberg Courier 6 3 22 3 27 TOTAL WEEKS AT NO. 1
*(includes week of December 26, 2011)

Aug. 23, 1973 Ilie Nastase (1)

June 3, 1974 John Newcombe (2) 8 July 29, 1974 Jimmy Connors (3) 160 Aug. 23, 1977 Bjorn Borg (4) Aug. 30, 1977 Connors Apr. 9, 1979 Borg May 21, 1979 Connors July 9, 1979 Borg Mar. 3, 1980 Mar. 24, 1980 Aug. 11, 1980 Aug. 18, 1980 July 6, 1981 July 20, 1981 Aug. 3, 1981 Sept. 13, 1982 Nov. 1, 1982 Nov. 8, 1982 Nov. 15, 1982 Jan. 31, 1983 Feb. 7, 1983 Feb. 14, 1983 Feb. 28, 1983 May 16, 1983 June 6, 1983 June 13, 1983 July 4, 1983 Oct. 31, 1983 Dec. 12, 1983 Jan. 9, 1984 Mar. 12, 1984 June 11, 1984 June 18, 1984 July 9, 1984 Aug. 13, 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

Apr. 12, 1993 Pete Sampras (11) 19 Aug. 23, 1993 Courier 3 Sept. 13, 1993 Sampras 82 Apr. 10, 1995 Andre Agassi (12) Nov. 6, 1995 Sampras Jan. 29, 1996 Feb. 12, 1996 Feb. 19, 1996 Mar. 11, 1996 Apr. 15, 1996 Mar. 30, 1998 Apr. 27, 1998 Aug. 10, 1998 Aug. 24, 1998 Mar. 15, 1999 Mar. 29, 1999 May 3, 1999 June 14, 1999 July 5, 1999 July 26, 1999 Aug. 2, 1999 Sept. 13, 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) Rafael Nadal (ESP) Andre Agassi (USA) Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) Stefan Edberg (SWE) Jim Courier (USA) Gustavo Kuerten (BRA) Ilie Nastase (ROM) Novak Djokovic (SRB) 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. 1 286 285 270 268 170 109 102 101 80 72 58 43 40 26* 20 13 12 9 8 8 6 6 6 2 1

AGE WHEN REACHING NO. 1 Age when reaching No. 1 for the first time:
PLAYER REACHED NO.1 Lleyton Hewitt Nov. 19, 2001 Marat Safin Nov. 20, 2000 John McEnroe Mar. 3, 1980 Andy Roddick ** Nov. 3, 2003 Bjorn Borg Aug. 23, 1977 Jim Courier Feb. 10, 1992 Pete Sampras Apr. 12, 1993 Jimmy Connors July 29, 1974 Rafael Nadal Aug. 18, 2008 Marcelo Rios Mar. 30, 1998 Roger Federer Feb. 2, 2004 Carlos Moya Mar. 15, 1999 Ivan Lendl Feb. 28, 1983 Boris Becker Jan. 28. 1991 Juan Carlos Ferrero Sept. 8, 2003 Novak Djokovic July 4, 2011 Mats Wilander Sept. 12, 1988 Gustavo Kuerten Dec. 4, 2000 Stefan Edberg Aug. 13, 1990 Andre Agassi Apr. 10, 1995 Yevgeny Kafelnikov May 3, 1999 Patrick Rafter July 26, 1999 Ilie Nastase Aug. 23, 1973 Thomas Muster Feb. 12, 1996 John Newcombe June 3, 1974 AGE 20 Yrs., 8 Mos. 20 Yrs., 9 Mos. 21 Yrs., 15 Days 21 Yrs., 2 Mos. 21 Yrs., 2 Mos. 21 Yrs., 5 Mos. 21 Yrs., 8 Mos. 21 Yrs., 11 Mos. 22 Yrs., 2 Mos. 22 Yrs., 3 Mos. 22 Yrs., 5 Mos. 22 Yrs., 6 Mos. 22 Yrs., 11 Mos. 23 Yrs., 2 Mos. 23 Yrs., 6 Mos. 24 Yrs., 1 Mo. 24 Yrs., 1 Mo. 24 Yrs., 2 Mos. 24 Yrs., 9 Mos. 24 Yrs., 11 Mos. 25 Yrs., 2 Mos. 26 Yrs., 8 Mos. 27 Yrs., 1 Mo. 28 Yrs., 4 Mos. 30 Yrs., 11 Days

Sept. 11, 2000 Sampras 10 Nov. 20, 2000 Marat Safin (18) 2 Dec. 4, 2000 Gustavo Kuerten (19) 8 Jan. 29, 2001 Feb. 26, 2001 Apr. 2, 2001 Apr. 22, 2001 Nov. 19, 2001 Apr. 28, 2003 May 12, 2003 June 16, 2003 Sept. 8, 2003 Nov. 3, 2003 Safin Kuerten Safin Kuerten Lleyton Hewitt (20) 4 5 3 30 75

Aug. 19, 1985 Lendl Aug. 26, 1985 McEnroe Sept. 9, 1985 Lendl Sept. 12, 1988 Mats Wilander (7) Jan. 30, 1989 Aug. 13, 1990 Jan. 28, 1991 Feb. 18, 1991 July 8, 1991 Sept. 9, 1991 Lendl Stefan Edberg (8) Boris Becker (9) Edberg Becker Edberg

Agassi 2 Hewitt 5 Agassi 12 Juan Carlos Ferrero (21) 8 Andy Roddick (22) 13

Feb. 2, 2004 Roger Federer (23) 237 Aug. 18, 2008 Rafael Nadal (24) 80 July 6, 2009 24 3 20 9 22 June 7, 2010 July 4, 2011 Federer Nadal 48 56 46

Novak Djokovic (25) 26*


(as of Dec. 26, 2011)

Bold denotes first time at No. 1

Bold denotes active player **Roddick was younger than Borg when reaching No. 1

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(As of Dec. 5, 2011) 1 Bryan, Bob/USA 1 Bryan, Mike/USA 3 Mirnyi, Max/BLR 3 Nestor, Daniel/CAN 5 Llodra, Michael/FRA 6 Zimonjic, Nenad/SRB 7 Bhupathi, Mahesh/IND 8 Paes, Leander/IND 9 Qureshi, Aisam-Ul-Haq/PAK 10 Petzschner, Philipp/GER 11 Bopanna, Rohan/IND 12 Tecau, Horia/ROU 13 Melzer, Jurgen/AUT 14 Fyrstenberg, Mariusz/POL 14 Matkowski, Marcin/POL 16 Lindstedt, Robert/SWE 17 Marach, Oliver/AUT 18 Peya, Alexander/AUT 19 Soares, Bruno/BRA 20 Butorac, Eric/USA 20 Rojer, Jean-Julien/CUW 22 Cermak, Frantisek/CZE 23 Kas, Christopher/GER 24 Polasek, Filip/SVK 25 Cabal, Juan Sebastian/COL 26 Malisse, Xavier/BEL 27 Melo, Marcelo/BRA 28 Gonzalez, Santiago/MEX 29 Lipsky, Scott/USA 30 Bracciali, Daniele/ITA 31 Schwank, Eduardo/ARG 32 Granollers, Marcel/ESP 33 Fleming, Colin/GBR 34 Fognini, Fabio/ITA 35 Murray, Jamie/GBR 36 Isner, John/USA 37 Lopez, Marc/ESP 38 Querrey, Sam/USA 39 Bolelli, Simone/ITA 40 Marrero, David/ESP 41 Hanley, Paul/AUS 42 Dlouhy, Lukas/CZE 43 Hutchins, Ross/GBR 44 Dolgopolov, Alexandr/UKR 45 Ram, Rajeev/USA 46 Norman, Dick/BEL 47 Stakhovsky, Sergiy/UKR 48 Cerretani, James/USA 49 Chela, Juan Ignacio/ARG 50 Erlich, Jonathan/ISR 51 Ram, Andy/ISR 52 Benneteau, Julien/FRA 53 Kubot, Lukasz/POL 54 Kohlmann, Michael/GER 55 Sa, Andre/BRA 56 Ramirez Hidalgo, Ruben/ESP 57 Huey, Treat Conrad/PHI 58 Knowles, Mark/BAH 59 Mahut, Nicolas/FRA 60 Youzhny, Mikhail/RUS 61 Shamasdin, Adil/CAN 62 Mertinak, Michal/SVK 63 Mayer, Florian/GER 64 Marx, Philipp/GER 65 Starace, Potito/ITA 66 Ferreiro, Franco/BRA 67 Cilic, Marin/CRO 68 Murray, Andy/GBR 69 Brown, Dustin/GER 70 Siljestrom, Andreas/SWE 71 Berlocq, Carlos/ARG 72 Gimeno-Traver, Daniel/ESP 73 Elgin, Mikhail/RUS 74 Aspelin, Simon/SWE 75 Troicki, Viktor/SRB 76 Moser, Frank/GER 77 Kudryavtsev, Alexander/RUS 78 Zelenay, Igor/SVK 79 Clement, Arnaud/FRA 80 Ball, Carsten/AUS 81 Knowle, Julian/AUT 82 Haase, Robin/NED 83 Farah, Robert/COL 84 Delgado, Jamie/GBR 85 Tipsarevic, Janko/SRB 86 Marray, Jonathan/GBR 87 Emmrich, Martin/GER 88 Zeballos, Horacio/ARG 89 Robredo, Tommy/ESP 90 Skupski, Ken/GBR 91 Brunstrom, Johan/SWE 92 Ebden, Matthew/AUS 93 Dodig, Ivan/CRO 94 Ljubicic, Ivan/CRO 95 Zovko, Lovro/CRO 96 Fisher, Ashley/AUS 97 Vagnozzi, Simone/ITA 98 Guccione, Chris/AUS 99 Nielsen, Frederik/DEN 100 Parrott, Travis/USA 101 Wawrinka, Stanislas/SUI 102 Berdych, Tomas/CZE 103 Waske, Alexander/GER 104 Charroin, Olivier/FRA 105 Martin, David/USA 106 Seppi, Andreas/ITA 107 Hanescu, Victor/ROU 108 Kerr, Jordan/AUS 109 Stepanek, Radek/CZE 110 Anderson, Kevin/RSA 111 Huss, Stephen/AUS 112 Klaasen, Raven/RSA 113 Nadal, Rafael/ESP 114 Bogomolov Jr., Alex/RUS 115 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried/FRA 116 Roddick, Andy/USA 117 Fruttero, John Paul/USA 118 Andujar, Pablo/ESP 119 Menendez-Maceiras, Adrian/ESP 120 Fish, Mardy/USA 121 Molchanov, Denys/UKR 122 Kukushkin, Mikhail/KAZ 123 Van der Merwe, Izak/RSA 124 Motti, Alessandro/ITA 125 Riba, Pere/ESP 126 Felder, Marcel/URU 127 Herbert, Pierre-Hugues/FRA 128 Oswald, Philipp/AUT 129 Robert, Stephane/FRA 130 Beck, Andreas/GER 131 Gabashvili, Teymuraz/RUS 132 Lopez, Feliciano/ESP 133 Bednarek, Tomasz/POL 134 Roger-Vasselin, Edouard/FRA 135 Federer, Roger/SUI 136 Ebelthite, Colin/AUS 137 Reynolds, Bobby/USA 138 Chardy, Jeremy/FRA 139 Renavand, Nicolas/FRA 140 Gonzalez, Maximo/ARG 141 Di Mauro, Alessio/ITA 142 Ratiwatana, Sonchat/THA 143 Raja, Purav/IND 144 Ratiwatana, Sanchai/THA 145 Devvarman, Somdev/IND 146 Wassen, Rogier/NED 147 Fischer, Martin/AUT 148 Phau, Bjorn/GER 149 Heliovaara, Harri/FIN 150 Pospisil, Vasek/CAN

2011 YEAR-END ATP DOUBLES TEAM RANKINGS


(As of Dec. 5, 2011) 1 Bryan, Bob/Bryan, Mike 2 Mirnyi, Max/Nestor, Daniel 3 Llodra, Michael/Zimonjic, Nenad 4 Bhupathi, Mahesh/Paes, Leander 5 Bopanna, Rohan/Qureshi, Aisam-Ul-Haq 6 Lindstedt, Robert/Tecau, Horia 7 Melzer, Jurgen/Petzschner, Philipp 8 Fyrstenberg, Mariusz/Matkowski, Marcin 9 Butorac, Eric/Rojer, Jean-Julien 10 Melo, Marcelo/Soares, Bruno 11 Cermak, Frantisek/Polasek, Filip 12 Kas, Christopher/Peya, Alexander 13 Isner, John/Querrey, Sam 14 Bolelli, Simone/Fognini, Fabio 15 Fleming, Colin/Hutchins, Ross 16 Erlich, Jonathan/Ram, Andy 17 Lipsky, Scott/Ram, Rajeev 18 Kubot, Lukasz/Marach, Oliver 19 Dolgopolov, Alexandr/Malisse, Xavier 20 Stakhovsky, Sergiy/Youzhny, Mikhail 21 Cabal, Juan Sebastian/Schwank, Eduardo 22 Bracciali, Daniele/Starace, Potito 23 Murray, Andy/Murray, Jamie 24 Benneteau, Julien/Mahut, Nicolas 25 Dlouhy, Lukas/Hanley, Paul 26 Marach, Oliver/Peya, Alexander 27 Granollers, Marcel/Robredo, Tommy 28 Knowles, Mark/Mertinak, Michal 29 Granollers, Marcel/Lopez, Marc 30 Lopez, Marc/Nadal, Rafael 31 Andujar, Pablo/Gimeno-Traver, Daniel 32 Cilic, Marin/Ljubicic, Ivan 33 Cerretani, James/Marx, Philipp 34 Chela, Juan Ignacio/Soares, Bruno 35 Federer, Roger/Wawrinka, Stanislas 36 Fish, Mardy/Roddick, Andy 37 Ferreiro, Franco/Sa, Andre 38 Knowles, Mark/Malisse, Xavier 39 Hanescu, Victor/Tecau, Horia 40 Gonzalez, Santiago/Lipsky, Scott 41 Berdych, Tomas/Mayer, Florian 41 Marach, Oliver/Tipsarevic, Janko 43 Aspelin, Simon/Hanley, Paul 44 Fisher, Ashley/Huss, Stephen
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2011 ATP Doubles Team Title Leaders


Team 1 Bryan-Bryan 2 Llodra-Zimonjic Mirnyi-Nestor 4 Bhupathi-Paes Bopanna-Qureshi Butorac-Rojer Cermak-Polasek Llodra-Zimonjic Melzer-Petzschner No. 8 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3

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TOP 10 HISTORY (1984-2011)
2011 1 Bryan, B/Bryan, M 2 Mirnyi, M/Nestor, D 3 Llodra, M/Zimonjic, N 4 Bhupathi, M/Paes, L 5 Bopanna, R/Qureshi, A 6 Lindstedt, R/Tecau, H 7 Melzer, J/Petzschner, P 8 Fyrstenberg, M/Matkowski, M 9 Butorac, E/Rojer, J 10 Melo, M/Soares, B 2010 1 Bryan,B/Bryan,M 2 Nestor,D/Zimonjic,N 3 Bhupathi,M/Mirnyi,M 4 Fyrstenberg,M/Matkowski,M 5 Dlouhy,L/Paes,L 6 Kubot,L/Marach,O 7 Moodie,W/Norman,D 8 Bopanna,R/Qureshi,A 9 Cermak,F/Mertinak,M 10 Melzer,J/Petzschner,P 2009 1 Bryan,B/Bryan,M 2 Nestor,D/Zimonjic,N 3 Bhupathi,M/Knowles,M 4 Dlouhy,L/Paes,L 5 Mirnyi,M/Ram,A 6 Cermak,F/Mertinak,M 7 Kubot,L/Marach,O 8 Fyrstenberg,M/Matkowski,M 9 Moodie,W/Norman,D 10 Soares,B/Ullyett,K 2008 1 Nestor,D/Zimonjic,N 2 Bryan,B/Bryan,M 3 Bhupathi,M/Knowles,M 4 Bjorkman,J/Ullyett,K 5 Erlich,J/Ram,A 6 Coetzee,J/Moodie,W 7 Fyrstenberg,M/Matkowski,M 8 Dlouhy,L/Paes,L 9 Melo,M/Sa,A 10 Aspelin,S/Knowle,J 2007 1 Bryan,B/Bryan,M 2 Knowles,M/Nestor,D 3 Aspelin,S/Knowle,J 4 Hanley,P/Ullyett,K 5 Dlouhy,L/Vizner,P 6 Damm,M/Paes,L 7 Bjorkman,J/Mirnyi,M 8 Erlich,J/Ram,A 9 Clement,A/Llodra,M 10 Santoro,F/Zimonjic,N 2006 1 Bryan,B/Bryan,M 2 Bjorkman,J/Mirnyi,M 3 Knowles,M/Nestor,D 4 Hanley,P/Ullyett,K 5 Santoro,F/Zimonjic,N 6 Damm,M/Paes,L 7 Erlich,J/Ram,A 8 Fyrstenberg,M/Matkowski,M 9 Aspelin,S/Perry,T 10 Dlouhy,L/Vizner,P 2005 1 Bryan,B/Bryan,M 2 Bjorkman,J/Mirnyi,M 3 Black,W/Ullyett,K 4 Knowles,M/Nestor,D 5 Llodra,M/Santoro,F 6 Paes,L/Zimonjic,N 7 Arthurs,W/Hanley,P 8 Erlich,J/Ram,A 9 Aspelin,S/Perry,T 10 Cermak,F/Friedl,L 2004 1 Knowles,M/Nestor,D 2 Bryan,B/Bryan,M 3 Bjorkman,J/Woodbridge,T 4 Black,W/Ullyett,K 5 Bhupathi,M/Mirnyi,M 6 Llodra,M/Santoro,F 7 Damm,M/Suk,C 8 Etlis,G/Rodriguez,M 9 Arthurs,W/Hanley,P 10 Palmer,J/Vizner,P 2003 1 Bryan,B/Bryan,M 2 Bhupathi,M/Mirnyi,M 3 Knowles,M/Nestor,D 4 Bjorkman,J/Woodbridge,T 5 Llodra,M/Santoro,F 6 Arthurs,W/Hanley,P 7 Paes,L/Rikl,D 8 Damm,M/Suk,Cl 9 Etlis,G/Rodriguez,M 10 Black,W/Ullyett,K 2002 1 Knowles,M/Nestor,D 2 Bjorkman,J/Woodbridge,T 3 Bryan,B/Bryan,M 4 Johnson,D/Palmer,J 5 Bhupathi,M/Mirnyi,M 6 Black,W/Ullyett,K 7 Damm,M/Suk,C 8 Eagle,J/Stolle,S 9 Haarhuis,P/Kafelnikov,Y 10 Novak,J/Stepanek,R 2001 1 Bjorkman,J/Woodbridge,T 2 Johnson,D/Palmer,J 3 Novak,J/Rikl,D 4 Bhupathi,M/Paes,L 5 Black,W/Ullyett,K 6 Pala,P/Vizner,P 7 Bryan,B/Bryan,M 8 Knowles,M/MacPhie,B 9 Hill,M/Tarango,J 10 Eagle,J/Florent,A 10 Ferreira,E/Leach,R 2000 1 Woodbridge,T/Woodforde,M 2 Ferreira,E/Leach,R 3 Haarhuis,P/Stolle,S 4 O'Brien,A/Palmer,J 5 Novak,J/Rikl,D 6 Ferreira,W/Kafelnikov,Y 7 Johnson,D/Norval,P 8 Adams,D/de Jager,JL 9 Eagle,J/Florent,A 10 Kulti,N/Tillstrom,M 1999 1 Bhupathi,M/Paes,L 2 Lareau,S/O'Brien,A 3 Woodbridge,T/Woodforde,M 4 Ferreira,E/Leach,R 5 Black ,W/Stolle,S 6 Adams,D/de Jager,JL 7 Bjorkman,J/Rafter,P 8 Haarhuis,P/Palmer,J 9 Norval,P/Ullyett,K 10 Novak,J/Rikl,D 1998 1 Eltingh,J/Haarhuis,P 2 Bhupathi,M/Paes,L 3 Woodbridge,T/Woodforde,M 4 Knowles,M/Nestor,D 5 Ferreira,E/Leach,R 6 Delaitre,O/Santoro,F 7 Stolle,S/Suk,C 8 Johnson,D/Montana,F 9 Bjorkman,J/Rafter,P 10 Kafelnikov,Y/Vacek,D 1997 1. Woodbridge,T/Woodforde,M 2 Eltingh,J/Haarhuis,P 3 Leach,R/Stark,J 4 Kafelnikov,Y/Vacek,D 5 Bhupathi,M/Paes,L 6 Ferreira,E/Galbraith,P 7 Lareau,S/OBrien,A 8 Knowles,M/Nestor,D 9 Bjorkman,J/Kulti,N 10 Lobo,L/Sanchez,J 1996 1 Woodbridge,T/Woodforde,M 2 Black,B/Connell,G 3 Knowles,M/,Nestor,D 4 Lareau,S/OBrien,A 5 Forget,G/Hlasek,J 6 Eltingh,J/Haarhuis,P 7 Kafelnikov,Y/Vacek,D 8 Bjorkman,J/Kulti,N 9 Pimek,L/Talbot,B 10 Ferreira,E/Siemerink,J 1995 1 Woodbridge,T/Woodforde,M 2 Eltingh,J/Haarhuis,P 3 Connell,G/Galbraith,P 4 Suk,C/Vacek,D 5 Knowles,M/Nestor,D 6 Leach,R/Melville,S 7 Ho,T/Steven,B 8 Lobo,L/Sanchez,J 9 Palmer,J/Reneberg,R 10 Casal,S/Sanchez,E 1994 1 Eltingh,J/Haarhuis,P 2 Woodbridge,T/Woodforde,M 3 Black,B/Stark,J 4 Connell,G/Galbraith,P 5 Apell,J/Bjorkman,J 6 Adams,D/Olhovskiy,A 7 Nijssen,T/Suk,C 8 Casal,S/Sanchez,E 9 McEnroe,P/Palmer,J 10 Holm,H/Jarryd,A 1993 1 Connell,G/Galbraith,P 2 Eltingh,J/Haarhuis,P 3 Woodbridge,T/Woodforde,M 4 Adams,D/Olhovskiy,A 5 Jensen,L/Jensen,M 6 Casal,S/Sanchez,E 7 Nijssen,T/Suk,C 8 KratzmannM/Masur,W 9 Flach,K/Leach,R 10 Cannon,S/Melville,S 1992 1 Woodbridge,T/Woodforde,M 2 Grabb,J/Reneberg,R 3 Jones,K/Leach,R 4 Fitzgerald,J/Jarryd,A 5 Nijssen,T/Suk,C 6 Casal,S/Sanchez,E 7 Kratzmann,M/Masur,W 8 DeVries,A/Macpherson,D 9 Connell,G/Michibata,G 10 Hlasek,J/Rosset,M 1991 1 Fitzgerald,J/Jarryd,A 2 Flach,K/Seguso,R 3 Davis,S/Pate,D 4 Connell,G/Michibata,G 5 Woodbridge,T/Woodforde,M 6 Galbraith,P/Witsken,T 7 Jensen,L/Warder,L 8 Nijssen,T/Suk,C 9 Riglewski,U/Stich,M 10 Casal,S/Sanchez,E 1990 1 Aldric,P/Visser,D 2 Davis,S/Pate,D 3 Leach,R/Pugh,J 4 Connell,G/Michibata,G 5 Forget,G/Hlasek,J 6 Casal,S/Sanchez,E 7 Broad,N/Muller,G 8 Cahill,D/Kratzmann,M 9 Lozano,J/Witsken,T 10 Riglewski,U/Stich,M 1989 1 Leach,R/Pugh,J 2 Aldrich,P/Visser,D 3 Fitzgerald,J/Jarryd,A 4 Grabb,J/McEnroe,P 5 Flach,K/Seguso,R 6 Annacone,P/van Rensburg,C 7 Cahill,D/Kratzmann,M 8 Courier,J/Sampras,P 9 Curren,K/Pate,D 10 McEnroe,J/Woodforde,M 1988 1 Leach,R/Pugh,J 2 Flach,K/Seguso,R 3 Lozano,J/Witsken,T 4 Casal,S/Sanchez,E 5 Fitzgerald,J/Jarryd,A 6 Aldrich,P/Visser,D 7 Curren,K/Pate,D 8 Evernden,K/Kriek,J 9 Davis,M/Drewett,B 10 Masur,W/Woodforde,M 1987 1 Casal,S/Sanchez,E 2 Flach,K/Seguso,R 3 Forget,G/Noah,Y 4 Edberg,S/Jarryd,A 5 Annacone,P/van Rensburg,C 6 Mecir,M/Smid,T 7 Doohan,P/Warder,L 8 Davis,S/Pate,D 9 Donnelly,G/Fleming,P 10 Nystrom,J/Wilander,M 1986 1 Gildemeister,H/Gomez,A 2 Casal,S/Sanchez,E 3 Nystrom,J/Wilander,M 4 Fleming,P/McEnroe,J 5 Forget,G/Noah,Y 6 Steyn,C/Visser,D 7 Edberg,S/Jarryd,A 8 Flach,K/Seguso,R 9 Becker,B/Zivojinovic,S 10 Donnelly,G/DePalmer,M 1985 1 Flach,K/Seguso,R 2 Annacone,P/van Rensburg,C 3 Edmondson,M/Warwick,K 4 Slozil,P/Smid,T 5 Nystrom,J/Wilander,M 6 Gundhardt,H/Taroczy,B 7 Edberg,S/Jarryd,A 8 Casal,S/Sanchez,E 9 Cash,P/Fitzgerald,J 10 DePalmer,M/Donnelly,G 1984 1 Edmondson,M/Stewart,S 2 Fleming,P/McEnroe,J 3 Flach,K/Seguso,R 4 Slozil,P/Smid,T 5 Gunthardt,H/Taroczy,B 6 Curren,K/Denton,S 7 Edberg,S/Jarryd,A 8 Leconte,H/Noah,Y 9 Buehning,F/Taygan,F 10 Graham,D/Warder,L

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At the end of 2011, Bob and Mike Bryan surpassed John McEnroe for the most weeks at No. 1 since the ATP doubles rankings began in 1976. Here's a chronology of the No. 1 ranking:
Date of Rank Mar. 1, 1976 Apr. 12, 1976 Apr. 25, 1977 May 23, 1977 July 4, 1977 July 11, 1977 July 25, 1977 Feb. 5, 1979 Apr. 23, 1979 Mar. 2, 1981 April 27, 1981 May 25, 1981 June 15, 1981 Feb. 1, 1982 Feb. 22, 1982 Mar. 19, 1984 Mar. 26, 1984 June 11, 1984 Aug. 6, 1984 Aug. 13, 1984 Sept. 17, 1984 Dec. 17, 1984 Aug. 12, 1985 Sept. 9, 1985 Sept. 16, 1985 Sept. 30, 1985 Oct. 14, 1985 Oct. 21, 1985 Dec. 16, 1985 Dec. 23, 1985 Feb. 3, 1986 Feb. 10, 1986 Feb. 24, 1986 Mar. 17, 1986 Mar. 24, 1986 Mar. 31, 1986 May 19, 1986 June 9, 1986 Aug. 25, 1986 Sept. 8, 1986 Sept. 15, 1986 Sept. 22, 1986 Oct. 20, 1986 Nov. 10, 1986 Nov. 24, 1986 Jan. 26, 1987 Feb. 23, 1987 Apr. 20, 1987 May 11, 1987 July 6, 1987 Aug. 10, 1987 Aug. 17, 1987 Aug. 24, 1987 Mar. 28, 1988 Apr. 18, 1988 May 9, 1988 Apr. 3, 1989 Apr. 17, 1989 May 15, 1989 June 12, 1989 June 19, 1989 Sept. 11, 1989 Sept. 25, 1989 Jan. 29, 1990 Mar. 26, 1990 May 28, 1990 July 23, 1990 Aug. 13, 1990 Sept. 10, 1990 Nov. 5, 1990 Nov. 12, 1990 Nov. 19, 1990 Nov. 26, 1990 Jan. 14, 1991 July 8, 1991 Feb. 24, 1992 Mar. 2, 1992 Mar. 9, 1992 May 4, 1992 June 15, 1992 Player Weeks at No. 1 BOB HEWITT (1) 6 RAUL RAMIREZ (2) 54 FREW McMILLAN (3) 4 Ramirez 6 1 McMillan Ramirez 2 McMillan 80 TOM OKKER (4) 11 JOHN McENROE (5) 97 STAN SMITH (6) 8 McEnroe 4 PAUL McNAMEE (7) 3 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 2 Seguso 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 Jarryd 5 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)-Visser3 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, 1992 July 20, 1992 Aug. 17, 1992 Sept. 14, 1992 Oct. 12, 1992 Oct. 19, 1992 Nov. 2, 1992 Nov. 16, 1992 Feb. 1, 1993 Mar. 8, 1993 Apr. 19, 1993 June 14, 1993 Oct. 18, 1993 Nov. 8, 1993 Nov. 15, 1993 Jan. 31, 1994 Feb. 14, 1994 Feb. 21, 1994 Mar. 7, 1994 Mar. 21, 1994 May 9, 1994 June 6, 1994 July 25, 1994 Aug. 1, 1994 Sept. 12, 1994 Jan. 16, 1995 Mar. 27, 1995 June 12, 1995 Sept. 11, 1995 Oct. 30, 1995 Nov. 6, 1995 Oct. 14, 1996 Oct. 13, 1997 Mar. 30, 1998 Feb. 1, 1999 Apr. 26, 1999 May 10, 1999 June 7, 1999 June 21, 1999 Mar. 20, 2000 May 8, 2000 June 12, 2000 Oct. 30, 2000 Jan. 8, 2001 July 9, 2001 Jan. 28, 2002 Apr. 15, 2002 May 13, 2002 May 20, 2002 June 24, 2002 Aug. 19, 2002 Nov. 4, 2002 June 9, 2003 Sept. 8, 2003 Oct. 20, 2003 Feb. 2, 2004 June 7, 2004 Sept. 13, 2004 Oct. 4, 2004 Feb. 28, 2005 Mar. 21, 2005 Apr. 25, 2005 Nov. 7, 2005 Jan. 29, 2007 Apr. 16, 2007 July 7, 2008 Sept. 8, 2008 Oct. 20, 2008 Nov. 3, 2008 Nov. 17, 2008 Feb. 2, 2009 May 18, 2009 June 8, 2009 Sept. 14, 2009 Nov. 30, 2009 Feb. 1, 2010 May 17, 2010 June 7, 2010 Aug. 16, 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 OBRIEN (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 72* *(as of Dec. 26, 2011) Bold denotes first time at No. 1 WEEKS AT NO. 1 Bob & Mike Bryan (USA) John McEnroe (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 OBrien (USA) Mahesh Bhupathi (IND) Patrick Galbraith (USA) Paul McNamee (AUS) Kelly Jones (USA) 273 (as of Dec. 26) 270 205 115 107 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. 1 (22 players) 2011 Bob Bryan-Mike Bryan 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 185 Bold denotes active player

2011 YEAR-END PRIZE MONEY LEADERS


(As of Dec. 5, 2011) 1 Djokovic, Novak ......................$12,619,803 2 Nadal, Rafael ............................$7,668,214 3 Federer, Roger ..........................$6,369,576 4 Murray, Andy ............................$5,180,091 5 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried....................$3,173,969 6 Ferrer, David ..............................$3,113,904 7 Berdych, Tomas ........................$2,576,813 8 Fish, Mardy ................................$1,882,091 9 Tipsarevic, Janko........................$1,692,912 10 Almagro, Nicolas........................$1,571,007 11 Simon, Gilles..............................$1,347,752 12 Soderling, Robin ........................$1,323,835 13 Llodra, Michael ..........................$1,210,799 14 Dolgopolov, Alexandr ................$1,196,499 15 Isner, John ................................$1,170,432 16 Cilic, Marin ................................$1,139,799 17 Melzer, Jurgen ..........................$1,133,482 18 Granollers, Marcel......................$1,132,893 19 Monfils, Gael..............................$1,094,353 20 Roddick, Andy............................$1,061,404 21 Bryan, Bob ................................$1,051,334 22 Bryan, Mike................................$1,051,334 23 Del Potro, Juan Martin ..............$1,047,196 24 Mayer, Florian............................$1,035,324 25 Lopez, Feliciano ........................$1,012,966 26 Petzschner, Philipp ......................$993,505 27 Troicki, Viktor................................$974,925 28 Wawrinka, Stanislas ....................$960,933 29 Gasquet, Richard ..........................$903,174 30 Monaco, Juan................................$872,640 31 Chela, Juan Ignacio ......................$852,654 32 Verdasco, Fernando ......................$821,021 33 Youzhny, Mikhail..........................$809,921 34 Ljubicic, Ivan ................................$796,517 35 Mirnyi, Max ..................................$790,738 36 Nestor, Daniel ..............................$790,738 37 Nishikori, Kei ................................$776,621 38 Anderson, Kevin............................$774,434 39 Stepanek, Radek ..........................$747,272 40 Kohlschreiber, Philipp ..................$744,965 41 Fognini, Fabio ..............................$738,884 42 Malisse, Xavier..............................$734,891 43 Zimonjic, Nenad............................$681,189 44 Bellucci, Thomaz ..........................$676,481 45 Raonic, Milos ................................$674,966 46 Dodig, Ivan ..................................$645,735 47 Davydenko, Nikolay ......................$645,058 48 Stakhovsky, Sergiy........................$638,812 49 Andujar, Pablo..............................$614,566 50 Seppi, Andreas..............................$611,040 51 Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo ..............$606,275 52 Baghdatis, Marcos ........................$603,356 53 Montanes, Albert..........................$602,963 54 Haase, Robin ................................$590,708 55 Bogomolov Jr., Alex......................$546,380 56 Kubot, Lukasz ..............................$526,993 57 Starace, Potito ..............................$523,047 58 Nieminen, Jarkko..........................$499,545 59 Giraldo, Santiago ..........................$499,086 60 Tomic, Bernard ............................$499,060 61 Benneteau, Julien ........................$487,534 62 Querrey, Sam ................................$484,266 63 Bhupathi, Mahesh ........................$478,750 64 Ferrero, Juan Carlos ......................$478,626 65 Tursunov, Dmitry ..........................$478,028 66 Robredo, Tommy ..........................$473,653 67 Gulbis, Ernests ..............................$472,275 68 Paes, Leander ..............................$468,099 69 Karlovic, Ivo ..................................$459,494 70 Tecau, Horia..................................$447,311 71 Berlocq, Carlos..............................$437,933 72 Qureshi, Aisam-Ul-Haq ................$434,430 73 Hanescu, Victor ............................$429,221 74 Bopanna, Rohan ..........................$427,535 75 Young, Donald..............................$425,315 76 Gimeno-Traver, Daniel..................$414,011 77 Kukushkin, Mikhail ......................$391,101 78 Dimitrov, Grigor............................$388,370 79 Devvarman, Somdev ....................$387,366 80 Lindstedt, Robert..........................$385,836 81 Riba, Pere ....................................$379,604 82 Matkowski, Marcin ......................$365,257 83 Fyrstenberg, Mariusz ....................$361,886 84 Kunitsyn, Igor ..............................$360,087 85 Lu, Yen-Hsun ................................$358,269 86 Muller, Gilles ................................$354,421 87 Istomin, Denis ..............................$354,081 88 Berrer, Michael ............................$351,437 89 Mannarino, Adrian........................$347,425 90 Sweeting, Ryan ............................$344,318 91 Harrison, Ryan ..............................$338,826 92 Andreev, Igor................................$338,486 93 Kamke, Tobias ..............................$337,774 94 Mahut, Nicolas..............................$333,349 95 Nalbandian, David ........................$321,343 96 Golubev, Andrey ..........................$319,238 97 Chardy, Jeremy ............................$311,294 98 Volandri, Filippo ..........................$309,224 99 Falla, Alejandro ............................$304,114 100 Bolelli, Simone..............................$299,021 101 Blake, James ................................$298,018 102 Gabashvili, Teymuraz....................$296,338 103 Gil, Frederico ................................$296,190 104 Kas, Christopher............................$294,816 105 Rochus, Olivier..............................$294,395 106 Rosol, Lukas..................................$282,360 107 Ramirez Hidalgo, Ruben ..............$281,525 108 Russell, Michael............................$280,493 109 Ramos, Albert ..............................$280,181 110 Gonzalez, Maximo ........................$278,681 111 Butorac, Eric..................................$272,433 112 Rojer, Jean-Julien ........................$272,433 113 Marach, Oliver ..............................$265,848 114 Ebden, Matthew ..........................$261,516 115 Schwank, Eduardo ........................$258,821 116 Kavcic, Blaz ..................................$257,899 117 Cipolla, Flavio ..............................$257,276 118 Sela, Dudi......................................$248,333 119 Machado, Rui................................$245,290 120 Clement, Arnaud ..........................$236,995 121 Soares, Bruno................................$235,186 122 Peya, Alexander............................$232,756 123 Zverev, Mischa..............................$230,076 124 Mello, Ricardo ..............................$224,213 125 Haider-Maurer, Andreas ..............$220,351 126 Gonzalez, Santiago ......................$218,366 127 Beck, Karol....................................$218,328 128 Paire, Benoit ................................$216,513 129 Cuevas, Pablo................................$215,352 130 Brown, Dustin ..............................$214,489 131 Roger-Vasselin, Edouard ..............$214,117 132 Cermak, Frantisek ........................$212,723 133 Ilhan, Marsel ................................$211,618 134 Bachinger, Matthias......................$207,775 135 Schuettler, Rainer ........................$206,644 136 Cabal, Juan Sebastian ..................$206,000 137 Lipsky, Scott..................................$205,876 138 Haas, Tommy................................$203,279 139 Polasek, Filip ................................$202,246 140 Stebe, Cedrik-Marcel ....................$194,659 141 Brands, Daniel ..............................$193,578 142 Ram, Rajeev..................................$193,260 143 Mayer, Leonardo ..........................$189,913 144 Darcis, Steve ................................$185,729 145 Lacko, Lukas ................................$184,008 146 Melo, Marcelo ..............................$182,727 147 Lopez, Marc ..................................$180,953 148 Berankis, Ricardas ........................$177,984 149 Bracciali, Daniele ..........................$173,465 150 Murray, Jamie ..............................$173,233 151 Zeballos, Horacio ..........................$168,692 152 Robert, Stephane..........................$166,171 153 Beck, Andreas ..............................$165,895 154 Serra, Florent................................$165,298 155 de Bakker, Thiemo........................$163,263 156 Hewitt, Lleyton ............................$160,743 157 Souza, Joao ..................................$159,982 158 Dlouhy, Lukas ..............................$155,931 159 Fleming, Colin ..............................$153,838 160 Marrero, David..............................$151,689 161 Norman, Dick................................$145,794 162 De Voest, Rik ................................$144,618 163 Hajek, Jan ....................................$143,752 164 Veic, Antonio ................................$140,122 165 Marchenko, Illya ..........................$139,478 166 Gremelmayr, Denis ......................$138,354 167 Phau, Bjorn ..................................$137,076 168 Soeda, Go......................................$134,604 169 Zemlja, Grega ..............................$130,631 170 Hanley, Paul ................................$130,159 171 Matosevic, Marinko ......................$130,028 172 Pospisil, Vasek ..............................$128,945 173 Prodon, Eric ..................................$128,243 174 Dancevic, Frank ............................$125,269 175 Bubka, Sergei................................$124,705 176 Gicquel, Marc................................$124,428 177 Ram, Andy ....................................$123,910 178 Reynolds, Bobby ..........................$122,398 179 Van der Merwe, Izak ....................$120,518 180 Ward, James ................................$119,184 181 Knowles, Mark..............................$118,419 182 Hutchins, Ross ..............................$117,575 183 Becker, Benjamin..........................$117,421 184 Schoorel, Thomas ........................$117,421 185 Capdeville, Paul ............................$117,146 186 Junqueira, Diego ..........................$115,859 187 Erlich, Jonathan ............................$113,029 188 Dabul, Brian..................................$113,017 189 Lorenzi, Paolo ..............................$111,379 190 Reister, Julian ..............................$110,013 191 Chiudinelli, Marco ........................$109,991 192 Hernych, Jan ................................$108,939 193 Dutra Silva, Rogerio ......................$108,337 194 Millot, Vincent ..............................$108,334 195 Vagnozzi, Simone ........................$107,455 196 Kohlmann, Michael ......................$105,396 197 Farah, Robert................................$105,172 198 Klizan, Martin ..............................$101,162 199 Huta Galung, Jesse........................$100,928 200 Ball, Carsten..................................$100,922

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TOTAL CAREER PRIZE MONEY LEADERS


(As of Dec. 5, 2011) 1 Federer, Roger ................$67,429,935 2 Nadal, Rafael ..................$45,064,377 3 Sampras, Pete..........................$43,280,489 4 Djokovic, Novak ..............$32,882,760 5 Agassi, Andre ..........................$31,152,975 6 Becker, Boris ............................$25,080,956 7 Kafelnikov, Yevgeny ................$23,883,797 8 Lendl, Ivan ..............................$21,262,417 9 Edberg, Stefan ........................$20,630,941 10 Roddick, Andy ................$20,088,103 11 Ivanisevic, Goran......................$19,878,007 12 Murray, Andy ..................$19,147,391 13 Chang, Michael........................$19,145,632 14 Hewitt, Lleyton ..............$19,004,446 15 Davydenko, Nikolay ........$14,832,949 16 Kuerten, Gustavo ....................$14,807,000 17 Bjorkman, Jonas ......................$14,600,323 18 Safin, Marat ............................$14,373,291 19 Courier, Jim..............................$14,034,132 20 Ferrero, Juan Carlos ........$13,798,919 21 Moya, Carlos ............................$13,443,970 22 Ferrer, David ..................$12,639,747 23 Stich, Michael ..........................$12,595,128 24 McEnroe, John ........................$12,552,132 25 Muster, Thomas ......................$12,266,977 26 Henman, Tim ..........................$11,635,542 27 Bruguera, Sergi........................$11,632,199 28 Rafter, Patrick..........................$11,127,058 29 Nalbandian, David ..........$10,712,451 30 Enqvist, Thomas ......................$10,461,641 31 Korda, Petr ..............................$10,448,900 32 Soderling, Robin ............$10,423,124 33 Corretja, Alex ..........................$10,411,354 34 Haas, Tommy ..................$10,183,259 35 Berdych, Tomas ..............$10,154,024 36 Woodbridge, Todd ..................$10,095,245 37 Ljubicic, Ivan ..................$10,086,067 38 Krajicek, Richard ......................$10,077,425 39 Santoro, Fabrice ......................$10,021,132 40 Ferreira, Wayne ........................$9,969,617 41 Nestor, Daniel ..................$9,931,491 42 Rios, Marcelo ............................$9,713,771 43 Mirnyi, Max ......................$9,685,687 44 Robredo, Tommy ..............$9,206,018 45 Rusedski, Greg ..........................$8,944,841 46 Youzhny, Mikhail ..............$8,874,355 47 Gonzalez, Fernando ..........$8,829,366 48 Connors, Jimmy ........................$8,641,040 49 Woodforde, Mark ......................$8,571,605 50 Bryan, Bob........................$8,555,403 51 Bryan, Mike ......................$8,326,480 52 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried ..........$8,300,286 53 Martin, Todd..............................$8,254,455 54 Grosjean, Sebastien ..................$8,131,803 55 Verdasco, Fernando ..........$8,111,567 56 Wilander, Mats ..........................$7,976,256 57 Del Potro, Juan Martin ......$7,822,344 58 Haarhuis, Paul............................$7,751,962 59 Costa, Albert ..............................$7,685,228 60 Novak, Jiri..................................$7,618,613 61 Kiefer, Nicolas............................$7,480,465 62 Stepanek, Radek ..............$7,424,986 63 Schuettler, Rainer ............$7,400,172 64 Blake, James ....................$7,342,281 65 Johansson, Thomas....................$7,168,029 66 Hrbaty, Dominik................$7,068,420 67 Clement, Arnaud ..............$7,027,287 68 Knowles, Mark ..................$6,991,523 69 Philippoussis, Mark....................$6,985,202 70 Melzer, Jurgen ..................$6,921,921 71 Pioline, Cedric............................$6,921,029 72 Rosset, Marc ..............................$6,812,693 73 Llodra, Michael ................$6,787,418 74 Medvedev, Andrei......................$6,721,560 75 Fish, Mardy ......................$6,606,950 76 Paes, Leander ..................$6,454,539 77 Lopez, Feliciano ................$6,379,782 78 Lapentti, Nicolas........................$6,313,898 79 Chela, Juan Ignacio ..........$6,285,045 80 Gaudio, Gaston ..........................$6,066,156 81 Monfils, Gael ....................$5,937,343 82 Coria, Guillermo ........................$5,915,620 83 Hlasek, Jakob ............................$5,895,293 84 Zimonjic, Nenad ................$5,880,842 85 Bhupathi, Mahesh ............$5,867,610 86 Larsson, Magnus........................$5,839,451 87 Almagro, Nicolas ..............$5,839,004 88 Gasquet, Richard ..............$5,797,335 89 Damm, Martin ..........................$5,735,972 90 Forget, Guy ................................$5,669,934 91 Simon, Gilles ....................$5,565,287 92 Gilbert, Brad ..............................$5,509,060 93 Nieminen, Jarkko ..............$5,397,157 94 Jarryd, Anders............................$5,378,067 95 Sanchez, Emilio..........................$5,339,395 96 Mantilla, Felix............................$5,332,214 97 Caas, Guillermo........................$5,285,575 98 Wheaton, David ........................$5,238,401 99 Pavel, Andrei ............................$5,225,028 100 Schalken, Sjeng ........................$5,192,798 101 Black, Byron ..............................$5,159,775 102 Kucera, Karol..............................$5,061,125 103 Spadea, Vincent ........................$5,012,880 104 Wawrinka, Stanislas..........$4,979,745 105 Eltingh, Jacco ............................$4,929,815 106 Vilas, Guillermo ........................$4,923,882 107 Vacek, Daniel ............................$4,803,388 108 Malisse, Xavier ..................$4,759,958 109 Berasategui, Alberto..................$4,676,187 110 Baghdatis, Marcos ............$4,654,058 111 Gustafsson, Magnus ..................$4,545,489 112 Norman, Magnus ......................$4,537,247 113 Cilic, Marin........................$4,493,106 114 Kohlschreiber, Philipp ......$4,475,401 115 Tipsarevic, Janko ..............$4,466,999 116 Montanes, Albert ..............$4,441,368 117 Reneberg, Richey ......................$4,430,108 118 Sanchez, Javier ..........................$4,427,811 119 Rochus, Olivier ..................$4,404,848 120 Gomez, Andres ..........................$4,385,130 121 Siemerink, Jan ..........................$4,347,693 122 Monaco, Juan....................$4,345,378 123 Massu, Nicolas ..................$4,317,886 124 Leach, Rick ................................$4,294,454 125 Clavet, Francisco ........................$4,279,181 126 Benneteau, Julien ............$4,274,374 127 Andreev, Igor....................$4,219,589 128 Mathieu, Paul-Henri..........$4,202,179 129 Ullyett, Kevin ............................$4,138,771 130 Karlovic, Ivo......................$4,121,903 131 Tursunov, Dmitry ..............$4,060,956 132 El Aynaoui, Younes ....................$4,044,089 133 Ancic, Mario ..............................$4,024,686 134 Prinosil, David............................$4,016,496
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135 Leconte, Henri ..........................$3,917,596 136 Martin, Alberto ..........................$3,840,885 137 Stolle, Sandon............................$3,762,442 138 Calleri, Agustin ..........................$3,753,387 139 Tarango, Jeff..............................$3,730,289 140 Novacek, Karel ..........................$3,729,540 141 Krickstein, Aaron........................$3,710,447 142 Smid, Tomas..............................$3,699,738 143 Arthurs, Wayne..........................$3,687,773 144 Borg, Bjorn ................................$3,655,751 145 Suk, Cyril....................................$3,651,530 146 Ginepri, Robby ..................$3,646,995 147 Acasuso, Jose ....................$3,642,422 148 Gambill, Jan-Michael ................$3,612,587 149 Arazi, Hicham ............................$3,602,644 150 Ulihrach, Bohdan ......................$3,553,302 151 O'Brien, Alex ..............................$3,535,415 152 Seppi, Andreas..................$3,525,807 153 Palmer, Jared ............................$3,471,164 154 Querrey, Sam ....................$3,466,535 155 Srichaphan, Paradorn ................$3,459,655 156 Noah, Yannick............................$3,440,660 157 Koubek, Stefan ................$3,365,024 158 Volkov, Alexander......................$3,362,786 159 Mayer, Florian ..................$3,362,389 160 Stoltenberg, Jason ....................$3,305,212 161 Black, Wayne ............................$3,300,258 162 Grabb, Jim ................................$3,274,155 163 Troicki, Viktor ..................$3,246,133 164 Starace, Potito..................$3,242,099 165 Garcia-Lopez, Guillermo ....$3,241,807 166 Washington, MaliVai ................$3,239,865 167 Stark, Jonathan..........................$3,220,867 168 Escude, Nicolas ..........................$3,216,150 169 Olhovskiy, Andrei ......................$3,208,620 170 Fitzgerald, John ........................$3,207,272 171 Hanescu, Victor ................$3,204,609 172 Zabaleta, Mariano ............$3,204,127 173 Kulti, Nicklas..............................$3,186,946 174 Carbonell, Tomas ......................$3,157,584 175 Masur, Wally..............................$3,134,718 176 Costa, Carlos ..............................$3,134,189 177 McEnroe, Patrick........................$3,118,316 178 Isner, John........................$3,106,066 179 Granollers, Marcel ............$3,099,894 180 Chesnokov, Andrei ....................$3,084,188 181 Gaudenzi, Andrea ......................$3,063,479 182 Rikl, David..................................$3,063,257 183 Curren, Kevin ............................$3,055,510 184 Boetsch, Arnaud ........................$3,031,247 185 Volandri, Filippo ..............$3,004,316 186 Carlsen, Kenneth........................$2,990,980 187 Portas, Albert ............................$2,972,441 188 Sanguinetti, Davide ..................$2,935,323 189 Vicente, Fernando......................$2,917,616 190 Connell, Grant............................$2,911,097 191 Lareau, Sebastien ......................$2,879,682 192 Petzschner, Philipp ..........$2,823,581 193 Dlouhy, Lukas ..................$2,816,793 194 Delaitre, Olivier..........................$2,788,904 195 Gottfried, Brian..........................$2,782,514 196 Gerulaitis, Vitas..........................$2,778,748 197 Rochus, Christophe ....................$2,752,243 198 Fibak, Wojtek ............................$2,725,403 199 Goellner, Marc-Kevin ................$2,700,795 200 Galbraith, Patrick ......................$2,684,136

Note: 477 players have earned $1 million or more; bold indicates active players.

187

TOP 50 ALL-TIME OPEN ERA TITLE LEADERS


Includes ATP World Tour, Grand Prix, WCT, Grand Slam, Grand Slam Cup SINGLES 1 JIMMY CONNORS 2 IVAN LENDL 3 JOHN MCENROE 4 ROGER FEDERER 5 PETE SAMPRAS BJORN BORG 7 GUILLERMO VILAS 8 ANDRE AGASSI 9 ILIE NASTASE 10 BORIS BECKER ROD LAVER 12 RAFAEL NADAL 13 THOMAS MUSTER 14 STEFAN EDBERG 15 STAN SMITH 16 MICHAEL CHANG 17 ARTHUR ASHE KEN ROSEWALL MATS WILANDER 20 JOHN NEWCOMBE MANUEL ORANTES 22 TOM OKKER 23 ANDY RODDICK 24 NOVAK DJOKOVIC LLEYTON HEWITT 26 VITAS GERULAITIS 27 YEVGENY KAFELNIKOV 28 JOSE-LUIS CLERC BRIAN GOTTFRIED 30 JIM COURIER YANNICK NOAH 32 EDDIE DIBBS GORAN IVANISEVIC HAROLD SOLOMON 35 NIKOLAY DAVYDENKO ANDRES GOMEZ ANDY MURRAY 38 BRAD GILBERT GUSTAVO KUERTEN CARLOS MOYA 41 THOMAS ENQVIST 42 RAUL RAMIREZ MARCELO RIOS MICHAEL STICH 45 ALEX CORRETJA RICHARD KRAJICEK 47 VIJAY AMRITRAJ JUAN CARLOS FERRERO 49 WAYNE FERREIRA WOJTEK FIBAK JOSE HIGUERAS MARC ROSSET GREG RUSEDSKI MARAT SAFIN EMILIO SANCHEZ ROSCOE TANNER
NOTE: BOLD DENOTES ACTIVE PLAYER

TOTAL 109 94 77 70 64 64 62 60 58 49 49 46 44 41 39 34 33 33 33 32 32 31 30 28 28 27 26 25 25 23 23 22 22 22 21 21 21 20 20 20 19 18 18 18 17 17 16 16 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15

DOUBLES 1 TODD WOODBRIDGE 2 TOM OKKER JOHN MCENROE 4 MIKE BRYAN 5 BOB BRYAN DANIEL NESTOR 7 FREW MCMILLAN 8 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 MAHESH BHUPATHI 24 WOJTEK FIBAK 25 SERGIO CASAL LEANDER PAES 27 RICK LEACH 28 JACCO ELTINGH BOB LUTZ 29 NENAD ZIMONJIC 30 MAX MIRNYI JOHN NEWCOMBE 32 MARTIN DAMM 33 ROD LAVER 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 77 75 75 74 67 66 65 62 61 60 58 55 54 54 54 54 53 51 50 49 48 47 47 46 44 44 43 41 41 40 37 36 35 34 34 33 32 32 31 30 30 30 29 28 28 28 28

Team 1. B. Bryan-M. Bryan 2. T. Woodbridge-M. Woodforde 3. P. Fleming-J. McEnroe B. Hewitt-F. McMillan 5. S. Casal-E. Sanchez

Open Era Team Title Leaders

No. 75 61 57 57 44

188

ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 CAREER TITLE LEADERS


There have been 57 different winners of the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments since 1990; of those winners, 32 have won more than 1 title.

Rafael Nadal Roger Federer Andre Agassi Pete Sampras Novak Djokovic Andy Murray Thomas Muster Michael Chang Boris Becker Jim Courier Gustavo Kuerten Marcelo Rios Andy Roddick Marat Safin Stefan Edberg Juan Carlos Ferrero Andrei Medvedev Nikolay Davydenko Thomas Enqvist

19 18 17 11 10 8 8 7 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 Caas 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) Diff. Titles Tournaments Roger Federer (18) 7 Cincinnati (05, 07, 09-10); Hamburg (02, 04-05, 07); Indian Wells (04-06); Madrid (06, 09); Miami (05-06); Toronto (04, 06); Paris (11) Andre Agassi (17) 7 Cincinnati (95-96, 04); Indian Wells (01); Madrid (02); Miami (90, 95-96, 01-03); Montreal/Toronto (92, 94-95); Paris (94, 99); Rome (02) Rafael Nadal (19) 6 Hamburg (08); Indian Wells (07, 09); Madrid (05, 10); Monte-Carlo (05-11); Montreal/Toronto (05, 08,); Rome (05-07, 09-10) Novak Djokovic (10) 6 Indian Wells (08, 11); Miami (07, 11); Montreal (07, 11); Rome (08, 11); Paris (09), Madrid (11) Andy Murray (8) 5 Madrid ('08); Cincinnati ('08, 11); Miami (09); Montreal/Toronto ('09-10); Shanghai (10-11) Pete Sampras (11) 5 Cincinnati (92, 97, 99); Indian Wells (94-95); Miami (93-94, 00); Paris (95, 97); Rome (94) Marcelo Rios (5) 5 Hamburg (99); Indian Wells (98); Miami (98); Monte-Carlo (97); Rome (98) Thomas Muster (8) 4 Essen (95); Miami (97); Monte-Carlo (92, 95-96); Rome (90, 95-96) Michael Chang (7) 4 Cincinnati (93-94); Indian Wells (92, 96-97); Miami (92); Toronto (90) Gustavo Kuerten (5) 4 Cincinnati (01); Hamburg (00); Monte-Carlo (99-00); Rome (99) Andy Roddick (5) 3 Cincinnati (03, 06); Miami (04, 10); Montreal (03) Marat Safin (5) 3 Madrid (04); Paris (00, 02, 04); Toronto (00) Juan Carlos Ferrero (4) 3 Rome (01); Monte-Carlo (02-03); Madrid (03) Nikolay Davydenko (3) 3 Paris ('06); Miami ('08); Shanghai ('09) Thomas Enqvist (3) 3 Cincinnati (00); Paris (96); Stuttgart (99) Carlos Moya (3) 3 Cincinnati (02); Monte-Carlo (98); Rome (04)
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ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 FINALS


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(1) Rafael Nadal (2) Novak Djokovic d. (1) Rafael Nadal (1) Rafael Nadal d. (6) David Ferrer (2) Novak Djokovic d. (1) Rafael Nadal (2) Novak Djokovic d. (1) Rafael Nadal (1) Novak Djokovic d. (8) Mardy Fish (4) Andy Murray d. (1) Novak Djokovic (4) Andy Murray d. (5) David Ferrer (4) Roger Federer d. (8) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (26) Ivan Ljubicic d. (8) Andy Roddick (8) Andy Roddick d. (20) Tomas Berdych (3) Rafael Nadal d. (12) Fernando Verdasco (3) Rafael Nadal d. (17) David Ferrer (3) Rafael Nadal d. (1) Roger Federer (4) Andy Murray d. (3) Roger Federer (2) Roger Federer d. (36) Mardy Fish (4) Andy Murray d. (3) Roger Federer (5) Robin Soderling d. (14) Gael Monfils (1) Rafael Nadal d. (4) Andy Murray (4) Andy Murray d. (3) Novak Djokovic (1) Rafael Nadal d. (3) Novak Djokovic (1) Rafael Nadal d. (3) Novak Djokovic (2) Roger Federer d. (1) Rafael Nadal (3) Andy Murray d. (6) Juan Martin Del Potro (1) Roger Federer d. (4) Novak Djokovic (8) Nikolay Davydenko d. (2) Rafael Nadal (3) Novak Djokovic d. (16) Gael Monfils (3) Novak Djokovic d. (98) Mardy Fish (4) Nikolay Davydenko d. (2) Rafael Nadal (2) Rafael Nadal d. (1) Roger Federer (3) Novak Djokovic d. (24) Stanislas Wawrinka (2) Rafael Nadal d. (1) Roger Federer (2) Rafael Nadal d. (37) Nicolas Kiefer (9) Andy Murray d. (3) Novak Djokovic (4) Andy Murray d. (16) Gilles Simon (14) Jo-Wilfried Tsonga d. (8) David Nalbandian (2) Rafael Nadal d. (13) Novak Djokovic (10) Novak Djokovic d. (55) Guillermo Canas (2) Rafael Nadal d. (1) Roger Federer (2) Rafael Nadal d. (6) Fernando Gonzalez (1) Roger Federer d. (2) Rafael Nadal (4) Novak Djokovic d. (1) Roger Federer (1) Roger Federer d. (8) James Blake (25) David Nalbandian d. (1) Roger Federer (21) David Nalbandian d. (2) Rafael Nadal (1) Roger Federer d. (14) James Blake (1) Roger Federer d. (6) Ivan Ljubicic (2) Rafael Nadal d. (1) Roger Federer (2) Rafael Nadal d. (1) Roger Federer (12) Tommy Robredo d. (16) Radek Stepanek (1) Roger Federer d. (51) Richard Gasquet (12) Andy Roddick d. (31) Juan Carlos Ferrero (1) Roger Federer d. (10) Fernando Gonzalez (5) Nikolay Davydenko d. (27) Dominik Hrbaty (1) Roger Federer d. (2) Lleyton Hewitt (1) Roger Federer d. (31) Rafael Nadal (17) Rafael Nadal d. (9) Guillermo Coria (7) Rafael Nadal d. (11) Guillermo Coria (1) Roger Federer d. (56) Richard Gasquet (2) Rafael Nadal d. (7) Andre Agassi (1) Roger Federer d. (5) Andy Roddick (2) Rafael Nadal d. (12) Ivan Ljubicic (50) Tomas Berdych d. (10) Ivan Ljubicic (1) Roger Federer d. (10) Tim Henman (3) Andy Roddick d. (4) Guillermo Coria (4) Guillermo Coria d. (6) Rainer Schuettler (9) Carlos Moya d. (8) David Nalbandian Result 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(4) 6-4, 7-5 7-5, 6-4 6-4, 6-4 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 6-4, 3-0 RET 7-5, 6-4 6-1, 7-6(3) 7-6(3), 7-6(5) 7-5, 6-4 6-0, 6-1 7-5, 6-2 6-4, 7-6(5) 7-5, 7-5 6-7(5), 7-6(1), 6-4 6-3, 6-2 6-1, 7-6(1) 6-1, 6-2 6-2, 7-5 6-3, 2-6, 6-1 7-6(2), 6-2 6-4, 6-4 6-7(4), 7-6(3), 6-1 6-1, 7-5 7-6(3), 6-3 6-2, 5-7, 7-6(3) 6-2, 5-7, 6-3 6-4, 6-2 7-5, 7-5 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 7-5, 6-7(3), 6-3 6-3, 6-2 7-6(4), 7-6(5) 6-4, 7-6(6) 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 6-2, 7-5 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 6-4, 6-4 6-2, 6-2 2-6, 6-2, 6-0 7-6(2), 2-6, 7-6(2) 6-1, 6-4 1-6, 6-3, 6-3 6-4, 6-0 7-5, 6-3, 6-0 7-6(5), 7-6(4), 7-6(6) 6-2, 6-7(2), 6-3, 7-6(5) Doubles Final Dolgopolov/Malisse d. Federer/Wawrinka Bhupathi/Paes d. Mirnyi/Nestor Bryan/Bryan d. Chela/Soares Bryan/Bryan d. Llodra/Zimonjic Isner/Querrey d. Fish/Roddick Llodra/Zimonjic d. Bryan/Bryan Bhupathi/Paes d. Llodra/Zimonjic Mirnyi/Nestor d. Llodra/Zimonjic Bopanna/Qureshi d. Benneteau/Mahut M.Lopez/Nadal d. Nestor/Zimonjic Dlouhy/Paes d. Bhupathi/Mirnyi Nestor/Zimonjic d. Bhupathi/Mirnyi Bryan/Bryan d. Isner/Querrey Bryan/Bryan d. Nestor/Zimonjic Bryan/Bryan d. Benneteau/Llodra Bryan/Bryan d. Bhupathi/Mirnyi Melzer/Paes d. Fyrstenberg/Matkowski Bhupathi/Mirnyi d. Knowles/A.Ram Fish/Roddick d. Mirnyi/Ram Mirnyi/Ram d. Fisher/Huss Nestor/Zimonjic d. Bryan/Bryan Nestor/Zimonjic d. Bryan/Bryan Nestor/Zimonjic d. Aspelin/Moodie Bhupathi/Knowles d. Mirnyi/Ram Nestor/Zimonjic d. Bryan/Bryan Benneteau/Tsonga d. Fyrstenberg/Matkowski Nestor/Zimonjic d. Granollers/Robredo Erlich/Ram d. Nestor/Zimonjic Bryan/Bryan d. Bhupathi/Knowles Nadal/Robredo d. Bhupathi/Knowles Bryan/Bryan d. Nestor/Zimonjic Nestor/Zimonjic d. Bryan/Bryan Nestor/Zimonjic d. Bryan/Bryan Bryan/Bryan d. Erlich/Ram Fyrstenberg/Matkowski d. Bhupathi/Knowles Bjorkman/Ullyett d. Coetzee/Moodie Damm/Paes d. Erlich/Ram Bryan/Bryan d. Damm/Paes Bryan/Bryan d. Benneteau/Gasquet Santoro/Zimonjic d. Bryan/Bryan Bryan/Bryan d. Hanley/Ullyett Bhupathi/Vizner d. Hanley/Ullyett Erlich/Ram d. Bryan/Bryan Bryan/Bryan d. Fyrstenberg/Matkowski Bryan/Bryan d. Nestor/Zimonjic Knowles/Nestor d. Bryan/Bryan Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. Bryan/Bryan Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. Santoro/Zimonjic 6-7(0), 7-6(5), 6-4, 2-6, 7-6(5) Knowles/Nestor d. Erlich/Ram 6-1, 6-3, 6-3 Hanley/Ullyett d. Knowles/Nestor 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 Bryan/Bryan d. Hanley/Ullyett 6-3, 6-4 Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. Bryan/Bryan 7-5, 6-1, 6-0 Bryan/Bryan d. Knowles/Nestor 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 Clement/Llodra d. Santoro/Zimonjic 6-2, 6-4, 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. Arthurs/Hanley 2-6, 6-7(4), 7-6(5), 6-3, 6-1 Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. Black/Ullyett 6-3, 6-1, 0-6, 7-5 Paes/Zimonjic d. Bryan/Bryan 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, 4-6, 7-6(6) Llodra/Santoro d. Bryan/Bryan 6-3, 7-5, 7-6(4) Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. Llodra/Santoro 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 Black/Ullyett d. Erlich/Ram 6-3, 7-5 Bjorkman/Mirnyi d. Black/Ullyett 3-6, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6(3) Knowles/Nestor d. Paes/Zimonjic 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 4-6, 6-4 Bryan/Bryan d. Knowles/Nestor 6-3, 6-3 Clement/Grosjean d. Black/Ullyett 6-7(2), 6-3, 6-1 RET Black/Ullyett d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 6-2, 6-1, 6-3 Henman/Zimonjic d. Etlis/Rodriguez 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 Bhupathi/Mirnyi d. Arthurs/Hanley Result 6-4, 6-7(5), 10-7 6-7(5), 6-2, 10-5 6-3, 6-2 6-3, 6-3 W/O 6-4, 6-7(5), 10-5 7-6(4), 7-6(2) 3-6, 6-1, 12-10 6-2, 6-4 7-6(8), 6-3 6-2, 7-5 6-3, 2-0 RET 6-2, 6-3 6-3, 6-4 7-5, 6-3 6-3, 6-4 7-5, 4-6, 10-5 7-5, 7-5 3-6, 6-1, 14-12 6-7(4), 6-2, 10-7 6-4, 6-1 7-6(5), 6-3 6-4, 6-4 6-4, 6-3 3-6, 7-6(2), 15-13 6-2, 6-4 6-3, 6-4 6-4, 6-4 6-2, 6-2 6-3, 6-3 3-6, 6-4, 10-8 6-4, 5-7, 10-8 6-2, 4-6, 10-6 4-6, 7-6(2), 10-7 6-4, 6-2 6-2, 6-2 6-4, 6-4 6-7(7), 6-3, 10-7 6-2, 6-1 6-4, 6-7(4), 10-7 6-3, 6-4 6-4, 6-4 4-6, 6-3, 13-11 6-3, 7-6(4) 6-3, 7-6(4) 6-4, 6-4 6-4, 6-4 6-2, 7-6(2) 6-4, 5-7, 13-11 6-2, 7-6(8) 6-3, 7-5 3-6, 6-3, 10-7 7-5, 6-4 7-6(4), 6-2 7-6(6), 7-6(2) 6-1, 6-2 W/O 6-4, 6-2 4-6, 7-6(2), 7-6(3) 6-7(5), 6-3, 6-0 7-6(3), 6-2 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 6-4, 6-7(3), 6-4 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 6-2, 7-6(12) 7-5, 6-2 2-6, 6-3, 6-4

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(1) Roger Federer d. (3) Guillermo Coria 4-6, 6-4, 6-2, 6-3 Black/Ullyett d. Bryan/Bryan 6-4, 6-2 (1) Roger Federer d. (2) Andy Roddick 7-5, 6-3 Bhupathi/Paes d. Bjorkman/Mirnyi 6-4, 6-2 (11) Andre Agassi d. (10) Lleyton Hewitt 6-3, 3-6, 6-2 Knowles/Nestor d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 (9) Marat Safin d. (10) David Nalbandian 6-2, 6-4, 6-3 Knowles/Nestor d. Bryan/Bryan 6-3, 6-4 (7) Marat Safin d. (63) Radek Stepanek 6-3, 7-6(5), 6-3 Bjorkman/Woodbridge d. Black/Ullyett 6-3, 6-4 (1) Lleyton Hewitt d. (24) Gustavo Kuerten 6-1, 6-1 Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. Bryan/Bryan 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 (2) Andre Agassi d. (5) Carlos Moya 6-3, 6-3 Federer/Mirnyi d. Paes/Rikl 7-5, 6-3 (3) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. (26) Guillermo Coria 6-2, 6-2 Bhupathi/Mirnyi d. Llodra/Santoro 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(6) (47) Felix Mantilla d. (5) Roger Federer 7-5, 6-2, 7-6(8) Arthurs/Hanley d. Llodra/Santoro 6-1, 6-3 (16) Guillermo Coria d. (31) Agustin Calleri 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. Bhupathi/Mirnyi 6-4, 7-6(10) (7) Andy Roddick d. (21) David Nalbandian 6-1, 6-3 Bhupathi/Mirnyi d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 6-3, 7-6(4) (4) Andy Roddick d. (41) Mardy Fish 4-6, 7-6(3), 7-6(4) Bryan/Bryan d. Arthurs/Hanley 7-5, 7-6(5) (1) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. (21) Nicolas Massu 6-3, 6-4, 6-3 Bhupathi/Mirnyi d. W.Black/Ullyett 6-2, 2-6, 6-3 (31) Tim Henman d. (191) Andrei Pavel 6-2, 7-6(6), 7-6(2) Arthurs/Hanley d. Llodra/Santoro 6-3, 1-6, 6-3 (1) Lleyton Hewitt d. (11) Tim Henman 6-1, 6-2 Knowles/Nestor d. Federer/Mirnyi 6-4, 6-4 (10) Andre Agassi d. (14) Roger Federer 6-3, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. Johnson/Palmer 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 (4) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. (26) Carlos Moya 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 Bjorkman/Woodbridge d. Haarhuis/Kafelnikov 6-3, 3-6, 10-7 (9) Andre Agassi d. (7) Tommy Haas 6-3, 6-3, 6-0 Damm/Suk d. W.Black/Ullyett 7-5, 7-5 (14) Roger Federer d. (5) Marat Safin 6-1, 6-3, 6-4 Bhupathi/Gambill d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 6-2, 6-4 (19) Guillermo Canas d. (12) Andy Roddick 6-4, 7-5 Bryan/Bryan d. Knowles/Nestor 4-6, 7-6(1), 6-3 (17) Carlos Moya d. (1) Lleyton Hewitt 7-5, 7-6(5) Blake/Martin d. Bhupathi/Mirnyi 7-5, 6-3 (2) Andre Agassi d. (9) Jiri Novak W/O Knowles/Nestor d. Bhupathi/Mirnyi 6-3, 7-5, 6-0 (5) Marat Safin d. (1) Lleyton Hewitt 7-6(4), 6-0, 6-4 Escude/Santoro d. Kuerten/Pioline 6-3, 7-6(6) (4) Andre Agassi d. (3) Pete Sampras 7-6(5), 7-5, 6-1 Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 6-2, 7-5 (3) Andre Agassi d. (19) Jan-Michael Gambill 7-6(4), 6-1, 6-0 Novak/Rikl d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 7-5, 7-6(3) (2) Gustavo Kuerten d. (53) Hicham Arazi 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 Bjorkman/Woodbridge d. Eagle/Florent 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 (9) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. (1) Gustavo Kuerten 3-6, 6-1, 2-6, 6-4, 6-2 Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. Nestor/Stolle 6-4, 7-6(6) (42) Albert Portas d. (6) Juan Carlos Ferrero 4-6, 6-2, 0-6, 7-6(5), 7-5 Bjorkman/Woodbridge d. Nestor/Stolle 7-6(2), 3-6, 6-3 (43) Andrei Pavel d. (9) Patrick Rafter 7-6(3), 2-6, 6-3 Novak/Rikl d. Johnson/Palmer 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 (1) Gustavo Kuerten d. (7) Patrick Rafter 6-1, 6-3 Bhupathi/Paes d. Damm/Prinosil 7-6(3), 6-3 6-2, 6-2, 6-2 Mirnyi/Stolle d. E.Ferreira/Tarango 7-6(0), 7-6(4) (14) Tommy Haas d. (53) Max Mirnyi (8) Sebastien Grosjean d. (6) Yevgeny Kafelnikov 7-6(3), 6-1, 6-7(5), 6-4 E.Ferreira/Leach d. Bhupathi/Paes 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 (26) Alex Corretja d. (10) Thomas Enqvist 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 O'Brien/Palmer d. Haarhuis/Stolle 6-4, 7-6(5) (2) Pete Sampras d. (6) Gustavo Kuerten 6-1, 6-7(2), 7-6(5), 7-6(8) Woodbridge/Woodforde d. Damm/Hrbaty 6-3, 6-4 (12) Cedric Pioline d. (24) Dominik Hrbaty 6-4, 7-6(3), 7-6(6) W.Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. Haarhuis/Stolle 6-3, 2-6, 6-1 6-3, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 Damm/Hrbaty d. W.Ferreira/Kafelnikov 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 (4) Magnus Norman d. (6) Gustavo Kuerten (7) Gustavo Kuerten d. (14) Marat Safin 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 5-7, 7-6(3) Woodbridge/Woodforde d. Arthurs/Stolle 6-7(4), 6-4, 6-3 (9) Marat Safin d. (144) Harel Levy 6-2, 6-3 Lareau/Nestor d. Eagle/Florent 6-3, 7-6(3) (8) Thomas Enqvist d. (16) Tim Henman 7-6(5), 6-4 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. E.Ferreira/Leach 7-6(6), 6-4 7-6(6), 3-6, 6-7(5), 7-6(2), 6-2 Novak/Rikl d. Johnson/Norval 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 (19) Wayne Ferreira d. (8) Lleyton Hewitt (2) Marat Safin d. (14) Mark Philippoussis 3-6, 7-6(7), 6-4, 3-6, 7-6(8) Kulti/Mirnyi d. Haarhuis/Nestor 6-4, 7-5 (16) Mark Philippoussis d. (4) Carlos Moya 5-7, 6-4, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 W.Black/Stolle d. Ferreira/Leach 7-6(4), 6-3 (7) Richard Krajicek d. (74) Sebastien Grosjean 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, 7-5 W.Black/Stolle d. Becker/Gambill 6-1, 6-1 (19) Gustavo Kuerten d. (13) Marcelo Rios 6-4, 2-1 RET Delaitre/Henman d. Novak/Rikl 6-2, 6-3 (8) Marcelo Rios d. (48) Mariano Zabaleta 6-7(5), 7-5, 5-7, 7-6(5), 6-2 Arthurs/Kratzmann d. Haarhuis/Palmer 2-6, 7-6(5), 6-2 (14) Gustavo Kuerten d. (4) Patrick Rafter 6-4, 7-5, 7-6(6) E.Ferreira/Leach d. Adams/de Jager 6-7, 6-1, 6-2 (22) Thomas Johansson d. (4) Yevgeny Kafelnikov1-6, 6-3, 6-3 Bjorkman/Rafter d. B.Black/Ferreira 7-6(5), 6-4 (1) Pete Sampras d. (4) Patrick Rafter 7-6(7), 6-3 Black/Bjorkman d. Woodbridge/Woodforde 6-3, 7-6(6) (18) Thomas Enqvist d. (8) Richard Krajicek 6-1, 6-4, 5-7, 7-5 Black/Bjorkman d. Adams/de Jager 6-7(6), 7-6(2), 6-0 (1) Andre Agassi d. (34) Marat Safin 7-6(1), 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 Lareau/O'Brien d. Haarhuis/Palmer 7-6(7), 7-5 (7) Marcelo Rios d. (6) Greg Rusedski 6-3, 6-7(15), 7-6(4), 6-4 Bjorkman/Rafter d. Martin/Reneberg 6-4, 7-6 (3) Marcelo Rios d. (31) Andre Agassi 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 E.Ferreira/Leach d. O'Brien/Stark 6-2, 6-4 (18) Carlos Moya d. (16) Cedric Pioline 6-3, 6-0, 7-5 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. Woodbridge/Woodforde 6-4, 6-2 (26) Albert Costa d. (9) Alex Corretja 6-2, 6-0, 1-0 RET Johnson/Montana d. Adams/Steven 6-2, 7-5 (3) Marcelo Rios d. (20) Albert Costa W/O Bhupathi/Paes d. E.Ferreira/Leach 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (5) Patrick Rafter d. (9) Richard Krajicek 7-6(3), 6-4 Damm/Grabb d. E.Ferreira/Leach 6-7, 6-2, 7-6 (3) Patrick Rafter d. (2) Pete Sampras 1-6, 7-6(2), 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. Delaitre/Santoro 6-1, 2-1 RET (11) Richard Krajicek d. (8) Yevgeny Kafelnikov 6-4, 6-3, 6-3 Lareau/O'Brien d. Bhupathi/Paes 6-3, 3-6, 7-5 (13) Greg Rusedski d. (1) Pete Sampras 6-4, 7-6(4), 6-3 Bhupathi/Paes d. Eltingh/Haarhuis 6-4, 6-2 (3) Michael Chang d. (43) Bohdan Ulihrach 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3 Knowles/Nestor d. Philippoussis/Rafter 7-6, 4-6, 7-5 (2) Thomas Muster d. (35) Sergi Bruguera 7-6(6), 6-3, 6-1 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. Knowles/Nestor 7-6, 7-6 (10) Marcelo Rios d. (18) Alex Corretja 6-4, 6-3, 6-3 Johnson/Montana d. Eltingh/Haarhuis 7-6, 2-6, 7-6 (38) Andrei Medvedev d. (15) Felix Mantilla 6-0, 6-4, 6-2 Lobo/Sanchez d. Broad/Norval 6-3, 7-6 (15) Alex Corretja d. (9) Marcelo Rios 7-5, 7-5, 6-3 Knowles/Nestor d. Black/O'Brien 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 (57) Chris Woodruff d. (13) Gustavo Kuerten 7-5, 4-6, 6-3 Bhupathi/Paes d. Lareau/O'Brien 7-6, 6-3 (1) Pete Sampras d. (4) Thomas Muster 6-3, 6-4 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. Philippoussis/Rafter 7-6, 4-6, 6-4 (17) Petr Korda d. (15) Richard Krajicek 7-6(6), 6-2, 6-4 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. Leach/Stark 6-3, 6-3 (1) Pete Sampras d. (10) Jonas Bjorkman 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. Leach/Stark 6-2, 7-6 (5) Michael Chang d. (68) Paul Haarhuis 7-5, 6-1, 6-1 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. MacPhie/Tebbutt 1-6, 6-2, 6-2 (3) Andre Agassi d. (6) Goran Ivanisevic 3-0 RET Woodbridge/Woodforde d. E.Ferreira/Galbraith 6-1, 6-3 (2) Thomas Muster d. (26) Albert Costa 6-3, 5-7, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 E.Ferreira/Siemerink d. Bjorkman/Kulti 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 (143) Roberto Carretero d. (66) Alex Corretja 2-6, 6-4, 6-4, 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. Forget/Hlasek 6-2, 6-4
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(2) Thomas Muster d. (25) Richard Krajicek (7) Andre Agassi d. (3) Michael Chang (10) Wayne Ferreira d. (43) Todd Woodbridge (6) Boris Becker d. (1) Pete Sampras (12) Thomas Enqvist d. (4) Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1) Pete Sampras d. (2) Andre Agassi (2) Andre Agassi d. (1) Pete Sampras (13) Thomas Muster d. (3) Boris Becker (20) Andrei Medvedev d. (5) Goran Ivanisevic (10) Thomas Muster d. (7) Sergi Bruguera (1) Andre Agassi d. (2) Pete Sampras (1) Andre Agassi d. (5) Michael Chang (3) Thomas Muster d. (54) MaliVai Washington (2) Pete Sampras d. (5) Boris Becker (1) Pete Sampras d. (14) Petr Korda (1) Pete Sampras d. (31) Andre Agassi (9) Andrei Medvedev d. (6) Sergi Bruguera (8) Andrei Medvedev d. (29) Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1) Pete Sampras d. (13) Boris Becker (20) Andre Agassi d. (33) Jason Stoltenberg (7) Michael Chang d. (4) Stefan Edberg (6) Boris Becker d. (2) Goran Ivanisevic (7) Andre Agassi d. (16) Marc Rosset (1) Jim Courier d. (17) Wayne Ferreira (2) Pete Sampras d. (18) MaliVai Washington (16) Sergi Bruguera d. (29) Cedric Pioline (11) Michael Stich d. (74) Andrei Chesnokov (2) Jim Courier d. (6) Goran Ivanisevic (95) Mikael Pernfors d. (20) Todd Martin (9) Michael Chang d. (3) Stefan Edberg (4) Michael Stich d. (10) Goran Ivanisevic (11) Goran Ivanisevic d. (8) Andrei Medvedev (15) Michael Chang d. (36) Andrei Chesnokov (9) Michael Chang d. (24) Alberto Mancini (37) Thomas Muster d. (24) Aaron Krickstein (2) Stefan Edberg d. (5) Michael Stich (1) Jim Courier d. (15) Carlos Costa (11) Andre Agassi d. (12) Ivan Lendl (3) Pete Sampras d. (11) Ivan Lendl (7) Goran Ivanisevic d. (12) Guy Forget (9) Boris Becker d. (14) Guy Forget (26) Jim Courier d. (5) Guy Forget (18) Jim Courier d. (46) David Wheaton (15) Sergi Bruguera d. (2) Boris Becker (26) Karel Novacek d. (21) Magnus Gustafsson (16) Emilio Sanchez d. (105) Alberto Mancini (32) Andrei Chesnokov d. (40) Petr Korda (7) Guy Forget d. (8) Pete Sampras (2) Boris Becker d. (1) Stefan Edberg (6) Guy Forget d. (7) Pete Sampras (3) Stefan Edberg d. (8) Andre Agassi (5) Andre Agassi d. (3) Stefan Edberg (20) Andrei Chesnokov d. (30) Thomas Muster (26) Juan Aguilera d. (3) Boris Becker (17) Thomas Muster d. (15) Andrei Chesnokov (24) Michael Chang d. (15) Jay Berger (2) Stefan Edberg d. (7) Brad Gilbert (2) Boris Becker d. (1) Stefan Edberg (1) Stefan Edberg d. (2) Boris Becker

6-2, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 Black/Connell d. Pimek/Talbot 6-2, 6-3 7-6(4), 6-4 Knowles/Nestor d. Stolle/Suk 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 6-2, 6-4 Galbraith/Haarhuis d. Knowles/Nestor 7-6, 6-3 3-6, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 Lareau/O'Brien d. Eltingh/Haarhuis 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 6-2, 6-4, 7-5 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. Kafelnikov/Vacek 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 7-5, 6-3, 7-5 Ho/Steven d. Muller/Norval 6-4, 7-6 3-6, 6-2, 7-6(3) Woodbridge/Woodforde d. Grabb/P.McEnroe 6-3, 7-6 4-6, 5-7, 6-1, 7-6(6), 6-0 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. Lobo/J.Sanchez 6-3, 6-4 6-3, 6-2, 6-1 W.Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. B.Black/Olhovskiy 6-1, 7-6 3-6, 7-6(5), 6-2, 6-3 Suk/Vacek d. Apell/Bjorkman 6-3, 6-4 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 Kafelnikov/Olhovskiy d. MacPhie/Stolle 6-2, 6-2 7-5, 6-2 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. Knowles/Nestor 6-2, 3-0 RET 7-6(6), 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. Suk/Vacek 7-5, 6-4 7-6(5), 6-4, 6-4 Connell/Galbraith d. Grabb/Martin 6-2, 6-2 4-6, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 Connell/Galbraith d. B.Black/Stark 7-5, 6-3 5-7, 6-3, 6-3 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. Knowles/Palmer 7-6, 7-6 7-5, 6-1, 6-3 Kulti/Larsson d. Kafelnikov/Vacek 3-6, 7-6, 6-4 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 Melville/Norval d. Holm/Jarryd 6-3, 6-4 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 Kafelnikov/Rikl d. W.Ferreira/Sanchez 6-1, 7-5 6-4, 6-4 B.Black/Stark d. P.McEnroe/Palmer 6-4, 6-4 6-2, 7-5 O'Brien/Stolle d. W.Ferreira/Kratzmann 6-7, 6-3, 6-2 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6(4) Woodbridge/Woodforde d. Apell/Bjorkman 6-3, 6-4 6-3, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. B.Black/Stark 3-6, 7-6, 7-5 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 Forget/Leconte d. Jensen/Melville 6-4, 7-5 6-3, 6-2 Krajicek/Siemerink d. P.McEnroe/Stark 6-7, 6-4, 7-6 7-6(2), 6-0 Edberg/Korda d. Haarhuis/Koevermans 3-6, 6-2, 7-6 6-3, 6-7(1), 7-6(7), 6-4 Haarhuis/Koevermans d. Connell/Galbraith 6-4, 6-7, 7-6 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 Eltingh/Haarhuis d. W.Ferreira/Kratzmann 6-4, 7-6 2-6, 6-2, 7-5 Courier/Knowles d. Michibata/Pate 6-4, 7-6 7-5, 0-6, 6-4 Agassi/Korda d. Edberg/Holm 7-6, 6-4 4-6, 7-6(6), 7-6(3), 6-2 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. Muller/Visser 6-1, 3-6, 6-2 6-4, 6-2, 7-6(2) B.Black/Stark d. Nijssen/Suk 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 6-3, 6-4, 7-5 DeVries/Macpherson d. Kinnear/Salumaa 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 7-5, 7-5 Flach/Witsken d. Kinnear/Salumaa 6-4, 6-3 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 Becker/Stich d. Korda/Novacek 6-4, 6-4 5-7, 6-4, 6-1 Casal/E.Sanchez d. Steeb/Stich 5-7, 6-4, 6-3 7-6(3), 6-0, 6-4 Hlasek/Rosset d. W.Ferreira/Kratzmann 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 3-6, 6-2, 6-0 Galbraith/Visser d. Agassi/P.McEnroe 6-4, 6-4 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. P.McEnroe/Stark 6-3, 1-6, 6-3 7-6(2), 4-6, 7-6(5), 6-2 Woodbridge/Woodforde d. DeVries/Macpherson 6-3, 6-4 7-6(3), 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 J.McEnroe/P.McEnroe d. Galbraith/Visser 6-4, 6-2 4-6, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(4) Courier/J.Sanchez d. Forget/Leconte 7-6, 3-6, 6-3 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 W.Ferreira/Norval d. Flach/Seguso 5-7, 7-6, 6-2 5-7, 6-4, 7-6(6), 7-6(4) Jensen/Warder d. Haarhuis/Koevermans 5-7, 7-6, 6-4 6-3, 6-3, 5-7, 0-6, 6-1 Casal/E.Sanchez d. Motta/Visser 4-6, 6-3, 6-2 6-3, 6-1, 3-0 RET Camporese/Ivanisevic d. Jensen/Warder 6-2, 6-3 3-6, 6-4, 6-3 Galbraith/Witsken d. Connell/Michibata 6-4, 3-6, 6-1 2-6, 7-6(4), 6-4 Flach/Seguso d. Connell/Michibata 6-7, 6-4, 7-5 3-6, 6-4, 1-6, 6-2, 6-2 Fitzgerald/Jarryd d. Nijssen/Suk 7-5, 6-2 7-6(9), 4-6, 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 Fitzgerald/Jarryd d. Jones/Leach 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 6-4, 5-7, 7-6, 7-6 Becker/Forget d. Grabb/P.McEnroe 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 6-1, 6-4, 0-6, 6-2 Leach/Pugh d. Becker/Motta 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 7-5, 6-3, 6-3 Korda/Smid d. Gomez/Sanchez 6-4, 7-6 6-1, 6-0, 7-6 Bruguera/Courier d. Riglewski/Stich 7-6, 6-2 6-1, 6-3, 6-1 Casal/E.Sanchez d. Courier/Davis 7-6, 7-5 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 Annacone/Wheaton d. Dyke/Lundgren 6-1, 7-6 6-1, 6-1 Cahill/Kratzmann d. Broad/Muller 7-6, 6-2 6-4, 6-0, 6-3 Forget/Hlasek d. Fitzgerald/Jarryd 6-4, 6-2 3-3 RET Davis/Pate d. Cahill/Kratzmann 5-7, 6-3, 6-4

CAREER ATP WORLD TOUR MASTERS 1000 MATCH WINS LEADERS


SINCE 1990 Player 1) Roger Federer 2) Rafael Nadal 2) Andre Agassi 3) Pete Sampras W-L Titles 246-75 18 211-45 19 209-73 17 190-70 11 5) Andy Roddick 6) Novak Djokovic 7) Michael Chang 8) Carlos Moya 154-67 138-40 137-79 133-98 5 10 7 3 9) Jim Courier 10) Wayne Ferreira 130-66 128-103 5 2

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YEAR-BY-YEAR ATP TITLE LEADERS


2011 Novak Djokovic 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 10 7 6 8 8 12 11 11 11 1993 Pete Sampras 7 5 5 7 1992 Boris Becker Pete Sampras Jim Courier 1991 Stefan Edberg 5 5 5 7 1981 John McEnroe Ivan Lendl 1980 John McEnroe Bjorn Borg 10 10 9 9 1970 Rod Laver 1969 Rod Laver 1968 Four players with 8 7 2 9 1982 Ivan Lendl 15 1971 Ilie Nastase 7 2000 Marat Safin 1999 Andre Agassi Pete Sampras Magnus Norman 1998 Marcelo Rios 1997 Pete Sampras 1996 Pete Sampras 1995 Thomas Muster 1994 Pete Sampras 7 5 5 5 7 8 8 12 10 1990 Stefan Edberg 1989 Ivan Lendl 1988 Boris Becker 1987 Ivan Lendl 1986 Ivan Lendl 1985 Ivan Lendl 1984 John McEnroe 1983 Mats Wilander 7 10 7 8 9 12 13 9 1979 Bjorn Borg 1978 Jimmy Connors 1977 Guillermo Vilas 1976 Jimmy Connors 1975 Jimmy Connors 1974 Jimmy Connors 1973 Ilie Nastase 1972 Ilie Nastase 13 10 16 13 9 15 14 12

YEAR-BY-YEAR COUNTRY TITLE LEADERS


2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 ESP ESP ESP ESP ESP SUI ESP SUI USA ARG USA 13 20 13 16 13 13 12 11 16 10 10 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 ESP ESP SWE USA USA ESP USA ESP USA USA USA 10 12 11 12 14 14 17 17 20 22 26 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 USA USA USA USA USA USA SWE SWE USA USA USA 29 24 17 25 25 18 18 17 25 36 30 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA 43 44 45 45 45 43 38 37 39 34

YEAR-BY-YEAR LOWEST RANKED WINNERS


SINCE 1985 Year 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 Player del Potro, Juan Martin ARG Nalbandian, David ARG Ram, Rajeev USA Nishikori, Kei JPN Darcis, Steve BEL Philippoussis, Mark AUS Arthurs, Wayne AUS Haas, Tommy GER Boutter, Julien FRA Carlsen, Kenneth DEN Godwin, Neville RSA Gonzalez, Fernando CHI Voinea, Adrian ROU Hewitt, Lleyton AUS Trn Date 02/21/11 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 Tournament Delray Beach Washington Newport Delray Beach Amersfoort Newport Scottsdale Houston Casablanca Tokyo Newport Orlando Bournemouth Adelaide Rank 166 117 181 244 297 214 99 349 102 121 167 352 133 550

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

Kroslak, Jan SVK O'Brien, Alex USA Doumbia, Yahiya SEN Zoecke, Markus GER Burillo, Jordi ESP Arriens, Carsten GER Cane, Paolo ITA Cash, Pat AUS Jones, Kelly USA Narducci, Massimiliano ITA Rebolledo, Pedro CHI Scanlon, Bill USA Casal, Sergio ESP

01/27/97 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

Shanghai New Haven Bordeaux Sun City Bologna Guaruja Bologna Hong Kong Singapore Florence St. Vincent Newport Florence

102 169 282 131 161 210 224 243 397 134 159 151 217

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. 550 No. 397 No. 352 No. 349 No. 316 No. 297 No. 282 No. 258 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. 243 No. 224 No. 218 No. 217 No. 214 No. 212 No. 210 No. 209 No. 205 No. 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)
1) Guillermo Vilas 2) Ivan Lendl 3) Novak Djokovic 4) John McEnroe 5) Roger Federer Bjorn Borg 7) Roger Federer Thomas Muster 9) Rafael Nadal 10) Ivan Lendl 11) Jimmy Connors 12) Pete Sampras Ivan Lendl Bjorn Borg No. 46 44 43 42 41 41 35 35 32 31 30 29 29 29 Year(s) 1977 1981-82 2010-11 1984 2006-07 1979-80 2005 1995 2008 1985 1978 1994 1986 1977 15) Jose-Luis Clerc 16) Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Andre Agassi John McEnroe 20) Roger Federer Jim Courier 22) Rafael Nadal Rafael Nadal Pete Sampras Bjorn Borg 28 26 26 26 26 25 25 24 24 24 24 1981 2004-05 2006 1995 1982-83 2005 1992 2010 2005 1999 1977 2008 2004 1988 Rod Laver 30) Manuel Orantes 31) Roger Federer Stefan Edberg Pete Sampras Stefan Edberg Ivan Lendl Boris Becker 37) Mats Wilander Kent Carlsson Mats Wilander John McEnroe 23 22 21 21 21 21 21 21 20 20 20 20 1975 1976 2009 1991 1996 1990 1990 1986 1988 1988 1983 1981

26) Juan Martin del Potro 23 Roger Federer Andre Agassi 23 23

* Completed records as of 1975

MOST 20+ MATCH WINNING STREAKS


No. 1) Federer 2) Lendl Nadal 6* 4 4 4) Borg McEnroe Sampras 3 3 3 7) Agassi Edberg Wilander 2 2 2

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* Has 17-match streak going into 2012

ATP RELIABILITY INDEX LEADERS


Includes ATP World Tour, Grand Slam and Davis Cup matches*

Overall (min. 20 matches) W


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Novak Djokovic 70 Roger Federer 64 Rafael Nadal 69 Andy Murray 56 Robin Soderling 38 David Ferrer 59 Juan Martin Del Potro 48 Gael Monfils 38 Tomas Berdych 53 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 55

L Index
6 12 15 13 9 19 18 16 23 24 .921 .842 .821 .812 .809 .756 .727 .704 .697 .696

Clay
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

L Index
1 2 6 9 3 5 4 4 4 5 .944 .933 .800 .780 .769 .762 .750 .750 .733 .706

Novak Djokovic 17 Rafael Nadal 28 David Ferrer 24 Nicolas Almagro 32 Juan Martin Del Potro 10 Robin Soderling 16 Roger Federer 12 Andy Murray 12 9 Juan Carlos Ferrero 11 10 Tommy Robredo 12

Hard
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

L Index
5 3 7 8 11 8 12 15 13 15 .902 .870 .868 .814 .750 .733 .727 .717 .717 .712

Grass (min. 5 matches)


1 Novak Djokovic 2 Andy Murray 3 Roger Federer John Isner 5 Philipp Kohlschreiber 6 Rafael Nadal 7 Mardy Fish 8 Andreas Seppi 9 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 10 Tomas Berdych

W
7 9 6 6 5 8 4 7 10 6

L Index
0 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 2 1.000 .900 .857 .857 .833 .800 .800 .778 .769 .750

Novak Djokovic 46 Robin Soderling 20 Roger Federer 46 Andy Murray 35 Rafael Nadal 33 Gael Monfils 22 David Ferrer 32 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 38 Juan Martin Del Potro 33 Tomas Berdych 37

Outdoor
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

L Index
2 13 10 12 14 9 11 17 20 17 .970 .831 .821 .800 .778 .757 .756 .721 .697 .696

Indoor
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Roger Federer Robin Soderling Gael Monfils Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Andy Murray Milos Raonic Janko Tipsarevic Andy Roddick Marin Cilic Kei Nishikori

W
16 10 11 20 10 11 19 8 13 10

L Index
0 0 3 6 3 4 7 3 5 4 1.000 1.000 .786 .769 .769 .733 .731 .727 .722 .714

Novak Djokovic 64 Rafael Nadal 64 Andy Murray 46 Roger Federer 48 David Ferrer 49 Robin Soderling 28 Juan Martin Del Potro 34 Tomas Berdych 44 Nicolas Almagro 46 Mardy Fish 39

Grand Slam
Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal Andy Murray Roger Federer David Ferrer Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Andy Roddick Robin Soderling 9 Mardy Fish 10 Tomas Berdych 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

W
25 23 21 20 14 13 9 9 10 9

L Index
1 3 4 4 4 4 3 3 4 4 .962 .885 .840 .833 .778 .765 .750 .750 .714 .692

ATP World Tour Masters 1000 W L Index


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Novak Djokovic 33 Rafael Nadal 25 Roger Federer 22 Juan Martin Del Potro 11 Andy Murray 18 David Ferrer 16 Tomas Berdych 19 Richard Gasquet 15 Mardy Fish 14 Feliciano Lopez 14 1 7 7 4 7 7 9 8 8 9 .971 .781 .759 .733 .720 .696 .679 .652 .636 .609

*Minimum 10 matches unless otherwise stated

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vs. Top 10 (min. 5 matches) W


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Novak Djokovic Robin Soderling Thomaz Bellucci Rafael Nadal Roger Federer Andy Murray Jo-Wilfried Tsonga David Ferrer Tomas Berdych Kei Nishikori 21 5 3 16 10 7 10 7 6 3

L Index
4 3 2 11 9 8 13 10 9 5 .840 .625 .600 .593 .526 .467 .435 .412 .400 .375

Tie-Breaks (min. 15) W


1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 Bernard Tomic Andy Murray Florian Mayer Tomas Berdych Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Nicolas Almagro Milos Raonic Marin Cilic Gael Monfils 13 14 15 16 20 20 26 22 15 18

L Index
4 5 6 7 9 9 14 12 9 11 0 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 .765 .737 .714 .696 .690 .690 .650 .647 .625 .621 1.000 .833 .800 .750 .727 .727 .727 .700 .667 .636

vs. Lefthanders W
Novak Djokovic 11 Kevin Anderson 10 Alex Bogomolov Jr. 8 David Ferrer 9 Nicolas Almagro 8 Tomas Berdych 8 Janko Tipsarevic 8 8 Radek Stepanek 7 9 Mardy Fish 8 10 Roger Federer 7

L Index

Finals (min. 3 matches) W


1 2 3 4 5 Robin Soderling 4 Novak Djokovic 10 Andy Murray 5 Roger Federer 4 Juan Martin Del Potro 2 John Isner 2 7 Nicolas Almagro 3 8 Janko Tipsarevic 2 9 David Ferrer 2 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 2

L Index
0 1 1 2 1 1 2 3 4 4 1.000 .909 .833 .667 .667 .667 .600 .400 .333 .333

After Winning 1st Set (min. 20 matches) W L Index


Robin Soderling 32 Novak Djokovic 61 Andy Murray 49 David Ferrer 48 Kei Nishikori 24 Roger Federer 61 Juan Martin Del Potro 43 Alexandr Dolgopolov 29 Andy Roddick 29 10 Rafael Nadal 64 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 2 2 1 4 3 2 2 5 .970 .968 .961 .960 .960 .938 .935 .935 .935 .928

After Losing 1st Set W L Index


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Novak Djokovic Steve Darcis Juan Carlos Ferrero Stanislas Wawrinka Robin Soderling Jo-Wilfried Tsonga David Ferrer Andy Murray Kei Nishikori Gilles Simon 9 6 6 13 6 13 11 7 12 12 3 3 3 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 6 7 16 8 19 17 11 21 21 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 .692 .500 .462 .448 .429 .406 .393 .389 .364 .364 1.000 1.000 .750 .667 .667 .600 .333 .333 .333 .333 .333 .333 .333 .333 .333 .333

Fifth Set (min. 3 matches)W


1 Alexandr Dolgopolov Mikhail Youzhny 3 Lukasz Kubot 4 David Ferrer Gael Monfils 6 Stanislas Wawrinka 7 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 8 Igor Andreev Thomaz Bellucci Ivan Dodig Roger Federer Mardy Fish Robin Haase Ricardo Mello Jurgen Melzer Viktor Troicki

L Index

Decisive Set
Robin Soderling Novak Djokovic Kei Nishikori Richard Gasquet Marcel Granollers Andy Murray 7 Alex Bogomolov Jr. Alexandr Dolgopolov 9 Ivan Dodig 10 Andy Roddick 1 2 3 4 5

W
10 14 14 8 11 11 13 13 12 7

L Index
1 2 3 2 3 3 4 4 5 3 .909 .875 .824 .800 .786 .786 .765 .765 .706 .700

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2011 ATP WORLD TOUR MATCHFACTS


Includes ATP World Tour & Grand Slam matches*

Service Game Leaders


Aces # Match 2nd Serve Pts. Won % Match

1 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 2 John Isner 3 Feliciano Lopez 4 Kevin Anderson 5 Milos Raonic 6 Ivo Karlovic 7 Andy Roddick 8 Alexandr Dolgopolov 9 Nicolas Almagro 10 Roger Federer
1st Serve Percentage

825 811 734 719 637 632 567 559 546 504
%

79 57 62 69 50 37 50 67 70 76
Match

1 Rafael Nadal 2 Roger Federer 3 Novak Djokovic 4 Andy Roddick 5 Janko Tipsarevic 6 David Ferrer 7 Mardy Fish 8 Juan Martin Del Potro 9 John Isner 10 Kevin Anderson
Service Games Won

57 57 56 56 55 55 55 55 55 54
%

82 76 76 50 80 77 68 64 57 69
Match

1 Nikolay Davydenko 2 Potito Starace 2 Alex Bogomolov Jr. 4 Fernando Verdasco 5 John Isner 6 Rafael Nadal 7 Kevin Anderson 8 Victor Hanescu 9 Juan Monaco 10 Juan Ignacio Chela
1st Serve Pts. Won

71 71 71 69 69 68 67 67 66 66
%

50 50 48 60 57 82 69 41 57 53
Match

1 John Isner 2 Roger Federer 3 Juan Martin Del Potro 4 Milos Raonic 5 Andy Roddick 6 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 7 Novak Djokovic 8 Kevin Anderson 9 Feliciano Lopez 10 Tomas Berdych
Break Pts. Saved

91 90 88 88 87 86 86 86 86 85
%

57 76 64 50 50 79 76 69 62 76
Match

1 Roger Federer 2 Milos Raonic 3 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 4 Tomas Berdych 5 Feliciano Lopez 6 John Isner 7 Andy Roddick 8 Ivan Ljubicic 9 Nicolas Almagro 10 Mardy Fish

79 79 78 78 78 77 77 77 76 76

76 50 79 76 62 57 50 44 70 68

1 Juan Martin Del Potro 2 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 3 Kevin Anderson 4 Feliciano Lopez 5 John Isner 6 Milos Raonic 7 David Ferrer 8 Novak Djokovic 9 Roger Federer 10 Philipp Kohlschreiber

67 66 66 66 66 66 65 65 65 65

64 79 69 62 57 50 77 76 76 58

Return of Serve Leaders


Pts. Won Returning 1st Serve % Match Break Pts. Converted % Match

1 Andy Murray 2 Novak Djokovic 3 Rafael Nadal 4 Viktor Troicki 5 Juan Monaco 6 Juan Ignacio Chela 7 Nikolay Davydenko 8 David Ferrer 8 Roger Federer 10 Gael Monfils

37 36 34 34 34 34 34 33 33 33

69 76 82 66 57 53 50 77 76 54
Match

1 Xavier Malisse 2 Novak Djokovic 3 Rafael Nadal 4 David Ferrer 5 Florian Mayer 5 Andy Murray 7 Juan Ignacio Chela 8 Fabio Fognini 9 Robin Soderling 10 Tomas Berdych
Return Games Won

49 48 46 46 46 46 46 46 46 45
%

50 76 82 77 71 69 53 52 47 76
Match

Pts. Won Returning 2nd Serve %

1 Novak Djokovic 2 Rafael Nadal 3 David Ferrer 4 Andy Murray 5 Janko Tipsarevic 6 Gilles Simon 7 Juan Ignacio Chela 8 Tomas Berdych 9 Florian Mayer 10 Fernando Verdasco
*Minimum 40 matches except for aces

58 57 56 56 54 54 54 53 53 52

76 82 77 69 80 66 53 76 71 60

1 Novak Djokovic 2 Andy Murray 3 Rafael Nadal 4 David Ferrer 5 Juan Ignacio Chela 6 Juan Monaco 7 Fabio Fognini 8 Nikolay Davydenko 9 Janko Tipsarevic 10 Tomas Berdych

39 36 34 33 32 29 29 29 28 28

76 69 82 77 53 57 52 50 80 76

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ACES
Year Player Aces Matches

1st Serve %
Year Player 1st Serve % Total Matches

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 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

825 1,048 890 961 1,318 929 912 1,017 989 807 801 921 907 1,050 1,048 1,477 974 1,169 1,011 957 611

79 60 43 54 64 78 69 81 89 96 48 96 60 72 71 96 81 85 94 72 73

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Nikolay Davydenko 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

71 74 70 73 72 73 69 70 69 68 71 67 77 73 73 75 75 78 73 73 74

50 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

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Roger Federer 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
Year Player

79 80 85 81 84 79 82 82 81 81 81 82 83 84 86 86 83 83 82 84 79

76 52 43 54 64 78 69 40 61 47 48 60 64 72 68 96 81 85 94 72 73
Total Matches

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Rafael Nadal 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

57 60 57 60 59 59 59 58 60 56 56 55 56 56 54 54 56 54 57 56 56

82 81 71 90 75 95 84 74 81 65 55 51 77 85 71 85 80 85 97 57 87

Service Games Won


Serve Games Won

200

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

John Isner Andy Roddick Ivo Karlovic Andy Roddick Ivo Karlovic Roger Federer Andy Roddick Roger Federer Andy Roddick Wayne Arthurs Andy Roddick

91 91 92 91 94 90 93 92 91 90 90

57 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

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Break Points Saved
Year Player Break Points Saved Total Matches

Points Won Returning 1st Serve


Year Player 1st Serve Return Pts. Total Matches

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Juan Martin del Potro 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

67 69 71 68 75 70 72 73 69 73 72 73 70 70 71 72 71 73 69 69 68

64 81 55 62 64 95 69 55 89 47 55 53 77 66 71 76 81 45 94 40 87

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Andy Murray 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

37 35 35 34 35 35 37 35 43 35 34 34 34 34 34 34 36 38 36 36 38
Break Pts. Con. Pct.

69 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. Total Matches

Break Points Converted


Year Player Total Matches

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Novak Djokovic 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

58 55 57 55 57 56 57 57 61 55 55 55 57 57 59 58 60 59 60 58 56
Return Games Won Pct.

76 81 76 90 82 64 87 47 56 56 76 49 77 86 66 85 80 64 43 49 71

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991

Xavier Malisse 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

49 46 47 47 48 48 47 53 50 47 49 46 50 48 46 49 49 48 49 48 50

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

2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Novak Djokovic Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal Rafael Nadal David Ferrer Nikolay Davydenko Rafael Nadal Filippo Volandri Guillermo Coria Lleyton Hewitt Lleyton Hewitt

39 32 34 33 36 35 38 37 39 33 33

76 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

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Top 100 South African Airways ATP Rankings by Country (37)
'07 '08 '09 '10 '11 12 15 12 14 13 SPAIN (2 Nadal, 5 Ferrer, 10 Almagro, 20 Lopez, 24 Verdasco, 27 Granollers, 46 Andujar, 50 Ferrero, 51 Robredo, 53 Montanes, 65 Garcia-Lopez, 66 Ramos, 89 Riba) 15 14 12 11 10 FRANCE (6 Tsonga, 12 Simon, 15 Monfils, 19 Gasquet, 47 Llodra, 52 Benneteau, 80 Mahut, 87 Mannarino, 95 Paire, 97 Prodon) 7 8 9 5 9 UNITED STATES (8 Fish, 14 Roddick, 18 Isner, 39 Young, 59 Blake, 72 Sweeting, 79 Harrison, 93 Querrey, 99 Russell) 8 7 11 9 8 GERMANY (23 F. Mayer, 43 Kohlschreiber, 63 Petzschner, 81 Stebe, 94 Bachinger, 96 Kamke, 98 Beck, 100 Berrer) 11 9 9 7 6 ARGENTINA (11 del Potro, 26 Monaco, 29 Chela, 60 Berlocq, 64 Nalbandian, 78 L. Mayer) 5 7 4 5 5 RUSSIA (34 Bogomolov Jr., 35 Youzhny, 40 Tursunov, 41 Davydenko, 71 Kunitsyn) 5 4 5 4 5 ITALY (38 Seppi, 48 Fognini, 58 Starace, 69 Volandri, 75 Cipolla) 4 5 4 4 4 CROATIA (22 Cilic, 30 Ljubicic, 36 Dodig, 56 Karlovic) 3 3 3 3 3 SERBIA (1 Djokovic, 9 Tipsarevic, 21 Troicki) 3 3 3 1 3 BELGIUM (49 Malisse, 67 O. Rochus, 88 Darcis) 2 4 2 3 3 CZECH REPUBLIC (7 Berdych, 28 Stepanek, 70 Rosol) 2 2 3 2 BRAZIL (37 Bellucci, 85 Mello) 2 2 3 2 2 SWITZERLAND (3 Federer17 Wawrinka) 1 1 3 2 UKRAINE (16 Dolgopolov, 62 Stakhovsky) 3 2 2 1 2 AUSTRALIA (42 Tomic, 86 Ebden) 1 1 1 2 COLOMBIA (55 Giraldo, 74 Falla) 1 1 1 1 1 GREAT BRITAIN (4 Murray) 1 1 SOUTH AFRICA (32 Anderson) 1 1 CANADA (31 Raonic) 1 1 1 1 ISRAEL (83 Sela) 1 1 1 1 CHINESE TAIPEI (82 Lu) 1 1 1 JAPAN (25 Nishikori) 2 1 1 1 1 ROMANIA (90 Hanescu) 1 1 1 2 1 KAZAKHSTAN (91 Kukushkin) 1 1 UZBEKISTAN (73 Istomin) 3 1 2 1 1 AUSTRIA (33 Melzer) 1 1 LUXEMBOURG (54 Muller) 3 1 1 1 1 SWEDEN (13 Soderling) 1 1 1 1 1 CYPRUS (44 Baghdatis) 1 2 1 NETHERLANDS (45 Haase) 2 1 POLAND (57 Kubot) 1 1 1 PORTUGAL (68 Machado) 1 1 1 1 1 LATVIA (61 Gulbis) 1 1 1 1 1 FINLAND (77 Nieminen) 1 SLOVAKIA (92 Kavcic) 1 BULGARIA (76 Dimitrov) 1 INDIA (84 Devvarman) 202

2011 Winners by Surface


In the 65 tournaments in 2011, there were 35 different winners from 18 different countries. Novak Djokovic led all players with 10 titles. Player Total Djokovic, Novak 10 Murray, Andy 5 Federer, Roger 4 Soderling, Robin 4 Almagro, Nicolas 3 Nadal, Rafael 3 del Potro, Juan Martin 2 Ferrer, David 2 Granollers, Marcel 2 Isner, John 2 Simon, Gilles 2 Tipsarevic, Janko 2 Tsonga, Jo-Wilfried 2 Anderson, Kevin 1 Andujar, Pablo 1 Berdych, Tomas 1 Cilic, Marin 1 Davydenko, Nikolay 1 Dodig, Ivan 1 Dolgopolov, Alexandr 1 Ferrero, Juan Carlos 1 Fish, Mardy 1 Gulbis, Ernests 1 Haase, Robin 1 Kohlschreiber, Philipp 1 Mayer, Florian 1 Monfils, Gael 1 Raonic, Milos 1 Robredo, Tommy 1 Roddick, Andy 1 Seppi, Andreas 1 Stepanek, Radek 1 Sweeting, Ryan 1 Tursunov, Dmitry 1 Wawrinka, Stanislas 1 Total (35 players) 65 Clay Grass Hard 3 1 6 1 4 4 1 3 3 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 22 6 37

All Countrymen Finals (8)


Tournament Acapulco Monte-Carlo Barcelona Halle Stuttgart Atlanta Gstaad Moscow Players (Country) David Ferrer d. Nicolas Almagro (ESP) Rafael Nadal d. David Ferrer (ESP) Rafael Nadal d. David Ferrer (ESP) Philipp Kohlschreiber d. Philipp Petzschner (GER) Juan Carlos Ferrero d. Pablo Andujar (ESP) Mardy Fish d. John Isner (USA) Marcel Granollers d. Fernando Verdasco (ESP) Janko Tipsarevic d. Viktor Troicki (SRB)

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Singles Titles(18)/Finals by Country(25)
Including Grand Slams

Youngest Finals
Umag - Alexandr Dolgopolov (22) d. Marin Cilic (22) Houston - Ryan Sweeting (23) d. Kei Nishikori (21)

Country (10 W-L) ESP (20-11) SRB (3-3) FRA (5-8) USA (9-8) SUI (6-5) GBR (2-2) SWE (2-3) CRO (3-3) ARG (3-1) GER (0-3) RUS (3-3) CZE (0-3) CAN (0-0) ITA (0-1) UKR (2-0) LAT (1-0) NED (0-0) RSA (0-0) BEL (0-1) JPN (0-0) COL (0-0) CYP (1-1) FIN (0-1) IND (0-0) ROU (0-1)

2011 W-L 13-20 12-5 5-6 5-5 5-2 5-1 4-0 2-5 2-4 2-3 2-1 2-0 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1

Winners Almagro-3, Nadal-3, Ferrer-2, Granollers-2, Andujar, Ferrero, Robredo Djokovic-10, Tipsarevic-2 Simon-2, Tsonga-2, Monfils Isner-2, Fish, Roddick, Sweeting Federer-4, Wawrinka Murray-5 Soderling-4 Cilic, Dodig del Potro-2 Kohlschreiber, Mayer Davydenko, Tursunov Berdych, Stepanek Raonic Seppi Dolgopolov Gulbis Haase Anderson

Over-30 Winners (5)


Radek Stepanek, Washington Juan Carlos Ferrero, Stuttgart Roger Federer, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London Roger Federer, Basel Roger Federer, Paris 32y8m 31y5m 30y3m 30y3m 30y3m

Oldest Finals
Metz - Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (26) d. Ivan Ljubicic (32) Doha - Roger Federer (29) d. Nikolay Davydenko (29)

First-Time ATP Winners (10)


Player Kevin Anderson/RSA Ivan Dodig/CRO Milos Raonic/CAN Pablo Andujar/ESP Ryan Sweeting/USA Andreas Seppi/ITA Alexandr Dolgopolov/UKR Robin Haase/NED Florian Mayer/GER Janko Tipsarevic/SRB Age 24 26 20 25 23 27 22 24 27 27 Tournament Johannesburg Zagreb San Jose Casablanca Houston Eastbourne Umag Kitzbhel Bucharest Kuala Lumpur

Repeat Winners (9)


Player Robin Soderling Novak Djokovic David Ferrer Rafael Nadal Rafael Nadal Mardy Fish Andy Murray Roger Federer Roger Federer Tournament Rotterdam Dubai (3-peat) Acapulco Monte-Carlo (6-peat) Roland Garros Atlanta Shanghai Basel Barclays ATP World Tour Finals-London

Winners/Finalists By Seed
Seedings of the 65 winners/finalists in 2011: Seeds 2011 (2010) (2009) (2008) (2007) W-L W-L W-L W-L W-L No. 1 22-9 (11-10) (18-7) (15-12) (17-9) No. 2 10-8 (13-9) (15-5) (16-8) (15-4) No. 3 7-6 (10-8) (7-7) (6-6) (10-7) No. 4 5-10 (9-3) (6-9) (5-7) (3-3) No. 5 1-4 (3-4) (2-6) (2-3) (3-2) No. 6 1-7 (2-3) (3-6) (3-3) (3-3) No. 7 1-1 (1-4) (2-1) (4-2) (1-1) No. 8 2-4 (4-5) (1-2) (1-4) (1-4) Nos. 9-16 0-0 (1-5) (0-2) (2-1) (1-5) Nos. 17-32 0-0 (1-0) (0-1) (0-0) (0-0) Unseeded 14-15 (12-15) (11-19) (12-20) (12-28) No. 1 vs. 2 5-6 (2-6) (3-4) (6-6) (2-4)

Winning Titles Without Losing a Set (11)


Player Sets Won Roger Federer 10 Robin Soderling 10 Gilles Simon 10 Milos Raonic 8 Juan Martin del Potro 10 Rafael Nadal 8 Novak Djokovic 6 John Isner Robin Soderling Janko Tipsarevic Roger Federer 10 8 7 10 Tournament Doha Brisbane Sydney San Jose (4 match wins) Delray Beach Barcelona (4 match wins) Belgrade (3 match
wins, bye, W/O)

Winners by Age
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 1 4 9 12 9 12 5 5 3 3 1 1

Newport Bastad (4 match wins) Kuala Lumpur (4 match


wins, 1 Ret. after set)

Under-20 Winners (0)


There were no under-20 winners in 2011. Milos Raonic was youngest 2011 winner (San Jose at 20y1m). The last teenage winner was Marin Cilic (19y10m) at New Haven in 2008.

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Match Points Saved Title Winners (3)
Player R.Soderling M.Fish N.Djokovic Tournament Rotterdam Atlanta US Open Opponent P.Kohlschreiber J.Isner R.Federer Rd MP Saved 2R 1 F 2 SF 2

Qualifying Winners (since 1990)


Final Nov. 1, 2009 Aug. 2, 2009 June 20, 2009 Oct. 12, 2008 May 24, 2008 Feb. 17, 2008 July 22, 2007 Apr. 16, 2006 Oct. 17, 2004 May 23, 2004 Jan. 12, 2003 Oct. 6, 2002 May 20, 2001 Apr. 15, 2001 Feb. 25, 2001 May 7, 2000 Feb 27, 2000 May 2, 1999 Jan 10, 1999 May 10, 1998 Oct. 6, 1996 June 23, 1996 May 12, 1996 Oct. 22, 1995 Sept. 17, 1995 Sept. 17, 1995 July 30, 1995 May 23, 1993 April 18, 1993 Nov. 1, 1992 July 19, 1992 Oct. 12, 1991 June 23, 1991 May 19, 1991 June 17, 1990 Tourn. Player St. Petersburg S. Stakhovsky d. H. Zeballos Gstaad T. Bellucci d. A. Beck s-Hertogenbosch B. Becker d. R. Sluiter Vienna P. Petzschner d. G. Monfils Casablanca G. Simon d. J. Benneteau Delray Beach K. Nishikori d. J. Blake Amersfoort S. Darcis d. W. Eschauer Valencia N. Almagro d. G. Simon Metz J. Haehnel d. R. Gasquet Casablanca S. Ventura d. D. Hrbaty Sydney H.T. Lee d. J.C. Ferrero Moscow P.H. Mathieu d. S.Schalken Hamburg A. Portas d. J.C. Ferrero Casablanca G. Caas d. T. Robredo Rotterdam N. Escude d. R. Federer Orlando F. Gonzalez d. N.Massu Mexico City J.I. Chela d. M.Puerta Atlanta S. Koubek d. S.Grosjean Doha R. Schuettler d. T.Henman Coral Springs A. Ilie d. D. Sanguinetti Singapore J. Stark d. M. Chang Halle N. Kulti d. Y. Kafelnikov Hamburg R. Carretero d. A. Corretja Vienna F. Dewulf d. T. Muster Bogota N. Lapentti d. M. Tobon Bordeaux Y. Doumbia d. J. Hlasek Amsterdam M. Rios d. J. Siemerink Bologna J. Burillo d. A. Cherkasov Nice M.K. Goellner d. I. Lendl Guaruja C. Arriens d. A. Corretja Stuttgart A. Medvedev d. W. Ferreira Tel Aviv L. Lavalle d. C. van Rensburg Manchester G. Ivanisevic d. P. Sampras Umag D. Poliakov d. J. Sanchez Florence M. Larsson d. L. Duncan

A Look at the Top 10


The Top 10 in the South African Airways ATP Rankings accounted for 33 titles in 2011:

Rank

Tourn. W F SF QF Early Match Played Losses* W-L** 1 Djokovic 15 10 1 2 7 0 70-6 2 Nadal 17 3 7 1 3 1 69-15 3 Federer 16 4 2 5 2 0 64-12 4 Murray 18 5 1 5 1 0 56-13 5 Ferrer 21 2 4 4 2 3 58-19 6 Tsonga 24 2 4 2 3 2 55-24 7 Berdych 23 1 - 8 6 2 55-24 8 Fish 22 1 2 5 2 5 53-23 9 Tipsarevic 26 2 4 3 2 7 43-25 10 Almagro 26 3 2 4 2 6 47-23 * Lost in first round or opening round match (after bye) ** Includes Davis Cup

Bagels of the Year (0)


*There has not been a double bagel match in 2010-11 on ATP World Tour although in Davis Cup, Andy Murray d. Laurent Bram (LUX) 60 60 60. There were 5 double bagels in 09, none in 08.

There were no singles double bagels in 2011.

Qualifying Leaders in 2011


Player Flavio Cipolla Matthew Ebden Marsel Ilhan Marinko Matosevic Albert Ramos No. 8 6 6 6 6 Best Finish 2R Madrid QF Brisbane, Shanghai 2R Miami, Roland Garros, Hamburg 2R Atlanta 2R BA, Roland Garros, Hamburg, Shanghai 2R Barcelona, Marseille, Estoril QF Memphis 3R Indian Wells 3R Cincinnati QF Delray Beach 2R Madrid, Monte-Carlo, Nice QF Delray Beach 1R 4 Times 2R Australian Open 4R - Wimbledon 1R Zagreb, Umag, Moscow 2R Indian Wells 3R Roland Garros

Wild Cards in Finals


(2-3 in 2011, 3-2 in 2010, 3-5 in 2009, 0-3 in 2008, 2-6 in 2007, 5-0 in 06)

Edouard Roger-Vasselin 6 Michael Russell Donald Young Alex Bogomolov Jr. Alejandro Falla Pere Riba Ryan Sweeting Frank Dancevic Grigor Dimitrov Lukasz Kubot Dusan Lajovic Tim Smyczek Antonio Veic 21 with 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 3

Player Stanislas Wawrinka Ryan Sweeting Marcos Baghdatis Kei Nishikori Juan Monaco

Tournament Chennai Houston Kuala Lumpur Basel Valencia

Result WON WON LOST LOST LOST

2011 Match Wins Leaders


Overall Match Wins Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal Roger Federer David Ferrer Andy Murray W-L 70-6 69-15 64-12 59-19 56-13 Titles 10 3 4 2 5

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2011 Surface Wins Leaders
On Clay Courts Nicolas Almagro Rafael Nadal David Ferrer Juan Ignacio Chela Pablo Andujar On Hard Courts Novak Djokovic Roger Federer Janko Tipsarevic Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Tomas Berdych On Grass Courts Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Andy Murray Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic Andreas Seppi W-L 32-9 28-2 24-6 24-13 22-14 W-L 46-5 46-7 42-19 38-15 37-15 W-L 10-3 9-1 8-2 7-0 7-2 Titles 3 3 2 0 1 Titles 6 4 2 2 1 Titles 0 1 0 1 1

Top 10 Doubles Breakdown


Here is a look at the top 10 doubles teams:

Tourn. Early Match Rank Played W F SF QFLosses* W-L 1 Bryan-Bryan 24 8 3 4 2 4 60-16 2 Mirnyi-Nestor 23 4 3 6 2 5 49-19 3 Llodra-Zimonjic 19 4 4 3 4 2 48-17 4 Bhupathi-Paes 16 3 2 2 3 3 32-14 5 Bopanna-Qureshi 27 3 9 0 10 8 38-26 6 Lindstedt-Tecau 25 2 5 0 7 8 39-23 7 Melzer-Petzschner 15 3 0 2 2 6 27-13 8 Fyrstenberg-Matkowski 24 0 2 3 7 13 22-28 9 Butorac-Rojer 28 3 2 5 5 6 42-26 10 Melo-Soares 24 2 3 6 1 9 32-23 * Lost in 1R or opening round match (after bye)

2011 Doubles Titles Leaders


Player Bob Bryan Mike Bryan Frantisek Cermak Michael Llodra Max Mirnyi Daniel Nestor Aisam Ul Haq Qureshi Horia Tecau Nenad Zimonjic 11 players with 13 players with No. 8 8 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 2

Longest Winning Streaks


Player Matches Duration Novak Djokovic 43 # Dec. 10 - June 3 Roger Federer 17 Sept. 16 - current Andy Murray 17 Sept. 16 - Nov. 11 Novak Djokovic 16 June 20 - Aug. 20 Nicolas Almagro 13 Feb. 7 - Feb. 27 Rafael Nadal 13 Apr. 11 - May 8 Robin Soderling 11 Feb. 7 - Mar. 12 Roger Federer 10 Jan. 3 - Jan. 27 Andy Murray 10 Aug. 15 - Sept. 10 # Includes 2 matches in 2010 Davis Cup Final

Doubles Match Tie-Break Leaders


(Top 10 ranked teams by pct. order)

Singles Century Club


Players who have moved at least 100 places from 2010 into the 2011 Top 100 South African Airways ATP Rankings:

Player

Places Moved Cedrik-Marcel Stebe (GER) 297 Juan Martin del Potro (ARG) 246 Bernard Tomic (AUS) 166 Dmitry Tursunov (RUS) 157 Flavio Cipolla (ITA) 136 Alex Bogomolov, Jr. (RUS) 132 Milos Raonic (CAN) 125

Year-End 11 10 81 378 11 257 42 208 40 197 75 211 34 166 31 156

Team Bhupathi-Paes Llodra-Zimonjic Mirnyi-Nestor Lindstedt-Tecau Fyrstenberg-Matkowski Melo-Soares Bopanna-Qureshi Melzer-Petzschner Bryan-Bryan Butorac-Rojer

W-L 10-4 13-8 11-7 11-8 6-5 10-9 9-9 5-5 9-10 7-9

% (.714) (.619) (.611) (.579) (.545) (.526) (.500) (.500) (.474) (.438)

Fastest Serves Recorded (since 1990)


Rank Name 1 I. Karlovic 2 3 4 5T 5T 7 8T 8T 8T A. Roddick (USA) T. Dent (USA) I. Karlovic (CRO) G. Monfils (FRA) D. Vemic (SRB) I. Ljubicic (CRO) J. Tsonga (FRA) F. Verdasco (ESP) J. Isner (USA) MPH KPH Tournament 156.00 251.0 2011 Davis Cup 1R vs. Germany 155.00 249.4 2004 Davis Cup SF vs. Belarus 149.80 241.0 2006 Rotterdam 147.00 236.6 2006 Las Vegas 146.00 235.0 2007 Washington 146.00 235.0 2008 Los Angeles 145.00 233.4 2007 Indian Wells 144.20 232.0 2004 Paris 144.20 232.0 2009 Roland Garros 144.20 232.0 2011 Roland Garros 205

Singles & Doubles Finalists in same Tournament (1 Double Winner in 2011; 3 in 10)
Andreas Seppi won singles title and reached doubles final in Eastbourne (w/Dimitrov) Marin Cilic reached singles and doubles finals in Umag (w/Zovko) Andy Murray captured the singles and doubles titles in Tokyo (w/J. Murray)

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The Last Time...
No. 1 and No. 2 seeds reached a final: 2011 Vienna No. 1 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga d. No. 2 Juan Martin del Potro (11 times total in 2011) No. 1 and No. 2 ranked player reached a final: 2011 US Open No. 1 Novak Djokovic d. No. 2 Rafael Nadal Top 4 seeds in SF: 2011 Tokyo 1. Rafael Nadal, 2. Andy Murray, 3. David Ferrer, 4. Mardy Fish (also top 4 in Roland Garros, Bstad, US Open) Top 8 seeds/ranked players in QF: 2009 Montral A