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- Age: 28 (05.02.1986)
- Birthplace: Weingarten, Germany
- Residence: Stuttgart, Germany
- Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
- Weight: 198 lbs (90 kg)
- Plays: Left-handed
- Turned Pro: 2003
- Coach: Hans Dieter Beutel
- Website: http://www.andi-beck.com
As of 19.01.2015
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Began playing tennis at age four with his grandfather...Nicknamed "Beckes" ...Father, Bernd, mother, Beatrix...Has one older sister, Anja, who is a physiotherapist...Says 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 movie...Big fan of VFB Stuttgart & RV Ravensburg soccer teams...Person he would most like to meet is Barack Obama...Fitness trainer is Robert Schmidt.
2015 -- The left-handed German finished in Top 125 for 4th time and for 1st time since 2011 by compiling a 30-17 match record in Challengers. Earned 5th career title in St. Brieuc, France in April (d. Burquier). Also runner-up Aix en Provence, France in May (l. to Schwartzman) and Scheveningen, Netherlands in July (l. to Goffin). Reached SF at 3 additional events...Qualified into main draw at 3 tour-level tournaments - Barcelona (l. to Roger-Vasselin), Roland Garros (l. to Fognini) and US Open (l. to Carreño Busta)...
2011 -- The German worked his way into Top 100 with success in Challengers…Did 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)...
2010 - Started season in mid-March, but did not win first match until early May at Munich (d. Istomin; l. to Youzhny in 2nd RD)…Represented Germany at ATP World Team Championships in Dusseldorf, going 2-1 in singles play…Reached Roland Garros 2nd RD (l. to Wawrinka)…Made first ATP World Tour QF since September 2009 at Halle (l. to eventual champion Hewitt)…Fell to Benneteau in Wimbledon 2nd RD…In doubles play, reached Hamburg SFs (w/Kas)...
2009 -- The young German finished in Top 50 for first time and reached his maiden ATP World Tour final in August in Gstaad, where he lost to Bellucci…In first half of season posted a QF effort at Monte Carlo* defeating No. 7 Simon for his first career Top 10 win (l. to Wawrinka)…Also reached QF in Halle (l. to Kohlschreiber)…At Australian Open, qualified for third time in a Grand Slam, winning one round before falling to Melzer…Made his Davis Cup debut against Spain, losing both rubbers to Verdasco and Ferrero…In second half of season reached back-to-back QF in Metz (l. to Mahtieu) and Bangkok (l. to Melzer)…In Challenger play, compiled a 14- 4 record with title in Khorat and final in Besancon…Went 11-9 on clay and 9-11 on hard…Earned a career-high $468,415.
2008 -- Compiled a 26-14 match record in Challengers, winning titles in Sarajevo (d. Peya), Dresden (d. Jun) while reaching finals in Düsseldorf (l. to Vliegen) and Jersey (l. to Mannarino)…In June, advanced to his first ATP World Tour QF in Halle with wins over Gicquel, Zverev (l. to No. 7 Blake)…Followed by qualifying into first Grand Slam at Wimbledon (l. to Nadal)…Also qualified at US Open and won his first Grand Slam match (d. Isner, l. to No. 4 Ferrer)…
2007 -- Won four Futures titles -- Great Britain #8, Germany #7, Austria #7 and Germany #14…In Challenger, reached final at Aachen (l. to Korolev), SF at Duesseldorf and QF at Ljubljana and Helsinki…
2006 -- Made Challenger breakthrough by winning first title at Sarajevo (d. Vinciguerra) and opened season with title at Germany #1 Futures…Also runner-up at Germany #3 Futures…
2005 -- Won Germany #6 Futures title and reached final at Germany #3 Futures…In Challenger play, advanced to SF at Timisoara and Samarkand and QF at Heilbronn…In ATP competition, reached 2nd RD in Stuttgart (d. Di Mauro, l. to Gaudio) for second straight year…
2004 -- Won Netherlands #4 Futures title and runner-up at Germany #6 Futures stop…Received
wild card into first ATP World Tour tournament in Stuttgart and defeated Peya in 1st RD (l. to Davydenko).
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