- Age: 28 (06.03.1986)
- Birthplace: London, England
- Residence: London, England
- Height: 6'5" (196 cm)
- Weight: 209 lbs (95 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Coach: Louis Cayer
As of 15.12.2014
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
Nickname is “Dom the Bomb”…Started playing tennis aged eight on a holiday in Portugal…Speaks Polish and English…Father, Andrei, is a landlord and former professional footballer player; mother, Elizabeth, a house wife; brother, Alex, works in Sports PR and Communications…Studied finance at the University of Virginia…Won doubles silver medal (w/Max Jones) at 2009 World University Games in Belgrade...Was stand-in for Paul Bettany, who played a tennis pro named Peter Colt, in the movie Wimbledon (2004)...Favourite surface is clay and shots are serve and drop volley…Favourite tournament is Wimbledon…Idols growing up were Pat Rafter and Greg Rusedski…Favourite sporting personality is Formula One driver Jenson Button…Hobbies include watching films and Arsenal football club, playing volleyball…Best tennis memory is playing on Centre Court at Wimbledon with Laura Robson…Goals in tennis are to win a Grand Slam title and play at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals…Physical trainer is Milos Gialecic (since 2011)…Trains at the LTA National Tennis Centre in Roehampton, London.
2013 -- On 25 May at Dusseldorf, partnered Huey to their fourth ATP World Tour team final (2-2), falling to Begemann-Emmrich in two-set final…Duo beat Fleming-Marray in SFs…With Huey at Wimbledon, the pair fell in Wimbledon 3R (l. to Bryans)…On 3 August, with Huey, reached Washington doubles SFs (l. to Benneteau-Zimonjic)…Reached Winston-Salem final (l. to Nestor-Paes), dropping to 1-4 in team finals with Huey…With Huey, reached Grand Slam QF for first time at US Open, losing to Dodig-Melo…In tandem with Istomin, reached sixth final (1-5) at St. Petersburg losing to Marrero-Verdasco in two sets…With Huey, beat Granollers-Lopez in Tokyo QFs before losing in SFs (l. to Bopanna/Roger-Vasselin)...With Huey, won 17-15 in Match TB versus Mirnyi-Tecau in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai 1R…beat Bopanna/Roger-Vasselin in 2R, before losing in QFs (l. to Bryans in two TBs)…On 27 October with Huey, reached Basel final for second straight year; picked up second ATP World Tour title as a team (d. Knowle-Marach 10-4 in Match TB)…Moved up to No. 11 in Emirates ATP Doubles Team Rankings…Season ends in partnership with Huey in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Paris 1R loss (l. to Fognini-Seppi)…
2012 – In tandem with Treat Huey, won first ATP World Tour doubles title at Washington on 5 August, beating Anderson-Querrey in final…Also finished runner-up at Houston and Basel…Went 2-1 in ATP Challenger Tour finals…
In tandem with Treat Huey, beat seventh seeds Bopanna-Qureshi en route to reaching Australian Open QFs (l. to Butorac-Klaasen)…Made Davis Cup debut for Great Britain in 3-1 win over USA, partnering Fleming…
Reached Acapulco doubles SFs (w/Huey), losing to Lopez-Mirnyi…With Huey, beat Marrero-Verdasco 10-7 in Match TB in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells 2R, falling in 3r (l. to Peya-Soares 10-7 in Match TB)…Fell in Roland Garros 2R (w/Huey), losing to Pavic-Sa in two TB sets...
On 20 June, with Huey, claimed their third ATP World Tour team title at Eastbourne (d. Peya-Soares 10-8 in Match TB)…
On 19 August, withdrew from Winston-Salem doubles (w/Huey) due to abdominal injury...Reached Kuala Lumpur SFs (w/Mergea)...
Reached Basel SFs (w/Mergea), losing to Pospisil-Zimonjic 10-4 in Match TB…
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