© Sergey Navetny
- Age: 28 (07.08.1985)
- Birthplace: Valencia, Spain
- Residence: Nules, Castellon, Spain
- Height: 6' (183 cm)
- Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2004
- Coach: Francisco Fogues
As of 02.12.2013
|Ranking||Week Change||W-L||Titles||Prize Money*|
*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
2012 -- The Spaniard finished in Top 100 for 4th time in past 5 years with 1st career indoor SF showing in St. Petersburg (l. to Fognini). Also QF in Båstad on clay (l. to Almagro in 3 sets)...Compiled consistent Challenger results with 3 clay titles and 30-11 match record. In June, won at Monza (d. Montanes) and in September earned titles at Seville (d. Robredo) and Madrid (d. Struff). Also finalist at Cordenons (l. to Lorenzi) in August...Lost in 1R at 3 Grand Slam tournaments – Australian Open (l. to Bogomolov Jr.), Roland Garros (l. to F. Mayer) and US Open (l. to Sijsling), all in straight sets (lost at Wimbledon Q 1R)... Compiled records of 3-3 on hard and 3-7 on clay...Went 0-2 vs. Top 10 opponents...
2011 -- 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 record…His best results came on Challenger circuit with a 16-7 mark and title in Seville (d. Ramirez-Hidalgo) 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 9…Went 8-15 on clay, 1-3 on grass and 0-7 on hard...
2010 -- The Spaniard finished in Top 100 for third year in a row with a season-ending best No. 56…Won a personal-high 18 matches and advanced to Grand Slam-best 3rd RD at US Open (l. to Ferrer)…He broke through to reach back-to-back SF appearances in Stuttgart (l. to Monfils) and Gstaad (l. to Almagro)…Had a 12-2 Challenger match record with one title…Went 12-13 on clay and 6-10 on hard courts…Earned a career-high $420,930.
2009 -- The Spaniard finished in Top 100 for second straight year highlighted by a 21-9 record in Challengers with two titles and a runner-up showing…His best ATP World Tour result was QF in Acapulco (l. to eventual champion Almagro) in February…Won his first Grand Slam match at Wimbledon (d. Dent, l. to Troicki, both in five sets)…In September, won title at Banja Luka in Bosnia & Herzegovina and following month added title in Tarragona (d. Lorenzi)…One week later, reached final in Asuncion (l. to Delgado)…Compiled marks of 8-13 on clay, 0-4 on hard and 1-3 on grass…Earned a career-high $296,685.
2008 -- The Spaniard enjoyed a career-best season with maiden ATP QF and two Challenger titles to finish in Top 100 for first time...Opened campaign by reaching 2nd RD in clay tournaments at Vina del Mar and Buenos Aires as qualifier (l. to Acasuso at both)...In March, runner-up at Tanger Challenger (l. to Granollers), then returned to ATP action with 2nd RD at Valencia (l. to Korolev) and Barcelona (l. to Lapentti)...Clinched Challenger title at Aarhus (d. Brodon), and following week reached first ATP QF at Portschach (l. to Ljubicic)...In a four-tournament stretch in August-September on Challenger circuit, advanced to SF at Cordenons and San Sebastian, won Brasov title (d. Flock) and finished runner-up at Banja Luka (l. to Bozoljac)...Reached a career-high No. 80 on Sept. 22...Played only on clay, compiling personal-best 7-7 ATP record and 41-19 on Challenger circuit...In doubles, won Telde Challenger title (w/Munoz-De La Nava)...Earned a career-high $127,988.
2007 -- Finished in Top 200 at No. 173 for third time in past four years...Began season on Futures circuit, winning on clay in Italy #15 in May and Germany #5 in June...Moved on to Challengers in second half of year, reaching final at Guayaquil (d. Granollers in SF, l. to Lapentti) and SF in four other events.
2006 -- Slipped out of Top 200 and compiled 2-4 record in ATP play with wins over Calleri in Vina del Mar and then-No. 66 Djokovic in Barcelona...In Challenger play, reached SF at Kranj, Slovenia and QF in three other events...
2005 -- Captured title at Spain #7 Futures and reached final at Spain #6 Futures, then spent much of the year on Challenger circuit...Reached final at Brasov, Romania (l. to Elsner), SF at Barletta (l. to Gasquet) and Oberstaufen (l. to Portas) and QF in four other tournaments…Qualified for first Grand Slam at Roland Garros and lost to countryman Oscar Hernandez in four sets...
2004 -- In first Futures event at Spain #1 in Murcia, reached final (l. to Puentes)...In August, captured first Challenger title at Cordenons, Italy (d. Koellerer) and advanced to SF at Rome (l. to Garcia-Lopez) in May and Freudenstadt (l. to Andersen) in September... Qualified for first ATP tournament in Kitzbuhel and lost in third set tie-break to Stepanek...
On 12 February, the Spaniard failed to convert 2 M.P. versus Volandri in Sao Paulo 1R…
On 7 May, beat World No. 9 Gasquet in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid 2R…On 9 May, retired with a leg abductor injury at 5-5 in first set versus Andujar in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid 3R…
Beat No. 17 seed Juan Monaco 64 in fifth set in Roland Garros 1R, having recovered from 0-2 sets deficit…
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