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- Age: 30 (07.08.1983)
- Birthplace: Olomouc, Czech Republic
- Residence: Olomouc, Czech Republic
- Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
- Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2000
As of 17.03.2014
|Ranking||Week Change||W-L||Titles||Prize Money*|
*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
2013 -- The Czech native finished just outside Top 100 (at No. 108), highlighted by QF in Montpellier (l. to Llodra) and Düsseldorf (l. to Sijsling). Also 3R at Hamburg as a qualifier (d. Gulbis, l. to No. 5 Federer). Qualified 5 times during year…Best Grand Slam result was 2R at Roland Garros (l. to Querrey) and fell in 1R at Australian Open (l. to Raonic) and Wimbledon (l. to Mahut). Did not play US Open…Played in 1R Davis Cup tie vs Kazakhstan and (beat Kukushkin in opening match) and member of Czech Republic champion team for 2nd year in a row (vs. Serbia)…Compiled a 19-14 Challenger record and won title in Meerbusch (d. Huta Galung) in August…Went 7-8 on clay, 2-6 on hard and 0-1 on grass…
2012 -- The Czech Republic native finished just outside the Top 100 (at No. 105) with his best results coming on Challenger circuit. Compiled a 29-14 match record and won title at Marburg (d. Haider-Maurer)...Broke through to reach his 1st career ATP World Tour SF in Båstad (l. to No. 10 Almagro)...His best results came in June and July. In a 5-tournament stretch compiled a 14-3 record in Challengers and went 3-1 in ATP play, reaching final at Prostejov (l. to F. Mayer), SF in Kosice (l. to Bedene), title in Marburg, QF in Braunschweig and SF in Båstad. Improved ranking from No. 128 to No. 90...In lone Grand Slam main draw appearance at US Open, lost to Baker in straight sets...
2011 -- Compiled a 30-17 record in Challengers, reaching 6 SF, including the final in Marburg...
2010 -- The Czech Republic native finished in Top 100 for the first time since ‘06 and won a personal-high 13 ATP level matches…His best ATP World Tour result was QFs in Munich in May (d. Becker, l. Youznhy)…In June, won title at Prostejov Challenger (d. Stepanek, who retired due to stomach illness)…In July, played in Davis Cup QF tie vs. Chile and won second rubber in straight sets (d. Capdeville)…Earned a career-high $272,615.
2009 -- The Czech Republic native compiled a 36-16 match record in Challengers and captured three titles to finish just outside Top 100…Played in only ATP World Tour tournament in Vienna in October and reached 2nd RD, defeating Seppi (l. to Monfils in three sets)…It was his first tour level match win since Roland Garros in 2007 when he reached third round (l. to Baghdatis)…Played dead rubbers in Davis Cup (SF vs. Croatia d. Karanusic and F l. to Nadal)…In May, qualified on home soil in Ostrava and captured title (d. Dodig)…One month later qualified again in home event in Prostejov and won title (d. Darcis)…Two weeks later, reached final at Bytom (l. to Recouderc)…In September, picked up another title at Freudenstadt, Germany (d. Recouderc)… Also reached three SF and three QF Challengers...
2008 -- Suffered a right knee injury and was sidelined for two months before returning in late April…Finished at No. 479 and his best result was winning Portugal Futures #7 in October…
2007 -- Reached final at Monza Challenger (ret. vs. Eschauer) and turned in Grand Slam-best 3rd RD at Roland Garros with wins over T. Johansson and countryman Ulihrach in five sets (ret. vs. Baghdatis)…Prior to Paris, played in ATP World Team Championship in Düsseldorf and won three of four matches…
2006 -- The Czech Republic No. 3 (behind Berdych, Stepanek) finished in Top 100 for first time by putting together outstanding Challenger results...He claimed four Challenger titles and compiled a 33-8 record to vault into Top 100 of ATP Rankings...Began season with a 2-2 Futures record in first two weeks but played just one more event until mid-March...Won title in first event back at Barletta Challenger (d. Galvani)...Reached back-to-back Challenger QF in March and April...Reached final at Prague Challenger (l. to Vik) in May...In next event, won biggest title at Prostejov Challenger, defeating countryman Berdych in 2nd RD and Hrbaty for title...Later in June, claimed title at Braunschweig Challenger (d. Vicente)...Following month, defeated Bozoljac to claim Poznan Challenger...Made ATP debut at New Haven (l. to Gicquel)...Won first career match in Grand Slam debut at US Open, defeating countryman Dlouhy before falling to Gonzalez...Also reached 2nd RD in Palermo (d. Ulihrach, l. to Verdasco)...Made Grand Slam doubles debut at US Open (w/Berdych) and l. to Knowles-Nestor... Reached SF in Palermo for second straight year (w/Cibulec)...Won title at Bergamo Challenger (w/Pospisil)... Earned a career-high $136,375.
2005 -- Won a pair of Futures titles in the Czech Republic (d. Jecminek and Lacko)..Was 11-2 in Futures and 8-7 in Challengers...Made ATP doubles debut in Palermo (w/Pospisil) and reached SF with a win and a walkover...Reached Prostejov Challenger doubles final (w/ Masic).
2004 -- In limited action, posted a Challengers record of 4-8 and a Futures mark of 7-4...
2003 -- Played first tournament in March, reaching SF at Kyoto Challenger (l. to Behr)...Also reached doubles final in Kyoto (w/ Wang)...
2002 -- Won three titles and reached two other finals while compiling a 35-10 Futures record...One title came in Poland (d. Frystenberg) and two were in Slovakia (d. Svarc and Novak)...Best Challenger result was a SF in Budadors (l. to Moyano)...Had three wins and three runner-up finishes in Futures doubles...
2001 -- Posted a 33-20 Futures record...Claimed title in Slovak Challenger (d. Hasko)...Finalist at Futures events in Czech Republic (l. to Perez) and Poland (l. to Frystenberg)...
2000 -- One first career Futures title in Jamaica (d. Ortegren)...Doubles finalist in Polish Futures (w/ Leysek)...
On 3 January at Doha, captured his first ATP World Tour doubles trophy, partnering Berdych, to straight sets win over Peya-Soares…On 19 February, retired due to right knee injury at 56 versus Berankis in Marseille 1R…
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