- Age: 26 (18.05.1988)
- Birthplace: Mie, Japan
- Residence: Tokyo, Japan
- Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
- Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2006
- Coach: Jan Vacek
- Website: http://www.tennis-navi.jp/blog/tatsuma_ito/
As of 19.01.2015
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
Japanese Tennis DEUCE Feature (Jan. 2013)
2014 -- The Japanese No. 2 (behind No.5 Nishikori) finished in Top 100 for 2nd time in 3 years, highlighted by reaching 5 Challenger finals and compiling a 37-16 match record at that level...In February, reached final at West Lakes, Australia (l. to Klahn) and a month later on home soil in Kyoto, Japan (l. to Fischer). In May, finalist in Gimcheon, South Korea (l. to Muller) and in September runner-up in Istanbul, Turkey (ret. vs. Mannarino due to left knee injury). Closed season with runner-up in Toyota (l. to Soeda) to move back in Top 100...In July, picked up 1st ATP World Tour match win of season in Newport (d. Krueger, ret. vs. Johnson due to knee injury)...Played in QF Davis Cup tie vs Czech Republic and lost to Stepanek in 4 sets in opening match...In Grand Slam play, qualified at US Open (d. Johnson, who ret. due to cramps, l. to Lopez in 4 sets in 2R) and at Wimbledon, rallying from 0-2 sets in final round vs. Berankis to win 6-4 in 5th set (l. to Bolelli in 1R)...On home soil in Tokyo, posted 1st career Top 10 win over No. 4 Wawrinka (l. to Becker in 2R)...
2013 -- On 21 March, retired due to cramp in third set versus Rochus at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami 1R…
2012 -- The Japanese No. 3 (behind No. 19 Nishikori, No. 58 Soeda) compiled his best results and like countrymen finished with a year-end high ranking...His best ATP World Tour results were 2 QF, on grass in ‘s-Hertogenbosch in June (l. to Paire) and indoors in Moscow (l.to Seppi) in October...In his home country stop in Tokyo, posted biggest win over No. 12 ranked Almagro in 2 TB sets (l. to Tursunov in 2R)...Early in season, won Challenger titles on home soil in Kyoto (d. Jaziri) and in Busan, South Korea (d. Millman). Also runner-up in Kaohsiung (l. to Soeda). Compiled a 26-9 match record...In Grand Slam play, reached 2R at Australian Open (d. Starace, l. to Mahut) and lost in 1R in other 3...Compiled records of 5-8 on hard, 3-4 on grass and 2-4 on clay. Earned a career-high $253,902...
2011 -- Earned 1st ATP tournament match wins in Atlanta (d. Berrer, l. to Devvarman) and Tokyo (d. Sela, l. to Tomic)...Repeated Toyota Challenger title. Also won in Recife and reached Busan final...
2010 -- Won Challenger titles at Brasilia and Toyota while posting a 20-15 record. Also claimed 1 Futures title...
2009 -- Earned 1st career ATP level win in dead rubber against Uzbekistan. Reached 1st career Challenger final at Toyota. Claimed 1 Futures title in 3 finals appearances
2008 -- Made ATP main draw debut in Tokyo (l. to Reynolds)...Finished 29-11 in Futures with 4 titles
2007 -- Won 1st career Futures title and reached 3 other SF...
2006 -- Was 6-6 with 2 QF at Futures events in Japan...
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