Rogerio Dutra Silva
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- Age: 29 (03.02.1984)
- Birthplace: Sao Paulo, Brazil
- Residence: Balneario Camboriu, Brazil
- Height: 5'10" (178 cm)
- Weight: 161 lbs (73 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2010
- Coach: Joao Zwetsch
As of 09.12.2013
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*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Began playing aged six with his father, Culicio Teodozio, a former tennis player...Nicknamed "Rogerinho"…Used to play tennis and football until he decided to concentrate on a tennis career aged 15…Mother, Maria Das Gracias…Has three sisters, Debora, Andrea and Adriana and a brother, Daniel, who is also a tennis player…Speaks Spanish, English, Italian and is studying German…Favourite hobby is to surf…Idol growing up was countryman Gustavo Kuerten…Considers clay his favourite surface and forehand as best shot…If he wasn’t a tennis player he would be a football player or pro surfer…Part of the Proyecto Rio 2016 at Instituto Larripassos…Considers his first win for the Davis Cup against Uruguay and his first win at the 2011 US Open as his favourite tennis memories so far...The Australian Open is his favourite tournament.
2012 -- Won a personal-best six ATP World Tour level matches and reached first QF in Kitzbuehel (l. to Volandri)...Broke Top 100 on July 30 (at No. 95). Qualified at Roland Garros (l. to Isner in 1R) and won first Grand Slam match at US Open (d. Gabashvili 7-5 in fifth set, l. to No .2 Djokovic)...Also played well in Challengers, winning title in Panama City (d. Polansky), reaching final in Sao Paulo-1 (l. to Zeballos), two SF and eight QF. Played in Davis Cup World Group playoff tie vs Russia and won both matches although Brazil lost tie 3-2...
2011 -- Played in his first Grand Slam tournament as a lucky loser at US Open (d. Sorensen, l. to Bogomolov Jr.)... Won title at Campos Do Jordao (d. Van der Merwe) and runner-up at Pereira and Recife-2 (l. to Mello) Challengers (l. to Lorenzi). Also SF at Manta, Campinas and Salinas (l. Molteni)...
2010 -- Winner at Belo Horizonte-2 (d. Arguello) and SF at Brasilia and Quito Challengers...
2009 -- Runner-up at Blumenau (l. to Demoilner) and QF in other Challengers...
2008 -- SF at Almaty and QF in three other Challengers...
The Brazilian has compiled his best results in Challengers, winning title home soil in Itajai (d. Kovalik) and reaching final in Santos (l. t Elias), in back-to-back weeks in April. Also QF in two other Challengers...
Ranked in Top 100 for 11 of 12 weeks from April 15 to July 1 before slipping out on July 8. Reached a career-high No. 84 on May 6. Came into US Open ranked No. 134...
In May, sprained his left ankle (tendon) at ATP Masters 1000 Rome 1R qualifying and continued playing in Nice (qualified), Roland Garros and Wimbledon) but wasn’t 100% recovered. Then he stopped after Braunschweig Challenger (week of July 1) for seven weeks before returning at US Open...
Coming into US Open, was winless (0-5) on ATP World Tour play, losing in 1R in Vina del Mar, Nice, Roland Garros (l. to Gulbis), 's-Hertogenbosch and Wimbledon (l. to Stakhovsky)...
On 27 August, saved 7 MPs in 3rd set (4 in 12th game) and 5th set TB (3) versus Pospisil in 76(10) deciding set win in US Open 1R; first career comeback from 0-2 sets down...
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