- Age: 28 (05.03.1987)
- Birthplace: Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Residence: Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
- Weight: 174 lbs (79 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2005
- Coach: Blaz Trupej
- Website: http://www.blazkavcic.com
As of 27.04.2015
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
2014 -- The No. 2 Slovenian (behind No. 80 Rola) finished in Top 125 for 6th year in a row, highlighted by reaching 3R at US Open for 1st time (d. Young, Chardy, W/O vs. Wawrinka). Also 2R at Australian Open (l. to Federer)...Compiled a 24-7 record in Challenger play, reaching 4 finals in 5 weeks in June-July. Won titles at Fergana, Uzbekistan (d. Kudryavtsev) and Tianjin, China (d. Kudryavtsev), finalist at Nanchang, China (l. to Soeda) and winner at Portoroz, Slovenia (d. Muller)...Compiled tour-level records of 7-6 on hard and 0-1 on clay. Went 0-2 vs. Top 10 opponents...
2013 -- The Slovenian No. 2 (behind No. 88 Bedene) finished just outside Top 100, his 5th year in a row in Top 125. He reached 4th career ATP World Tour QF at Zagreb (l. to Cilic)…In Grand Slam play reached 3R for 1st time at a major at Australian Open (d. Bellucci, Duckworth 10-8 in 5th set, l. to No. 8 Tsonga), reached 2R at Roland Garros (l. to Seppi) and fell in 1R at Wimbledon (l. to Struff) . Lost in 2R at qualifying at US Open…In Challenger play, won title in Bangkok-1 in September (d. Jeong) and finished with 22-13 match record…Complied records of 7-7 on clay, 4-7 on hard and 0-1 on grass and earned a career-high $299,565…
2012 -- The Slovenian No. 2 (behind No. 55 Zemlja) finished in Top 100 for 2nd straight season after reaching a career-high No. 68 in August...His best results came on Challenger circuit with 2 titles and a 31-12 match record...In April, won São Paulo-2 title (d. Silva) and in June captured title in Furth (d. Stakhovsky). Also runner-up in Florianopolis (l. to Bolelli) in March...In Grand Slam play, reached 2R at Australian Open (d. Ward, l. to del Potro) and Roland Garros (d. Hewitt, l. to Djokovic). Also made debut at London Olympics (d. Vardhan, l. to Ferrer)...
2011 -- The top player from Slovenia became 1st player from his country to finish in Top 100…Reached a career-high No. 72 on June 13 before finishing No. 92...Made breakthrough on ATP World Tour with 2 QF showings in Chennai and in Båstad in July (l. to Top 8 Berdych both times)...Qualified in 3 tournaments in a row, at Australian Open (d. Anderson, l. to Almagro), Zagreb (l. to Berrer) and Delray Beach (l. to Tipsarevic)...In Challenger level play, compiled 14-7 mark, winning title at Banja Luka in September (d. Riba) and reaching final at Karshi (l. to Istomin) in August...Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 7-8 on clay, 6-7 on hard and 0-3 on grass…Earned a career-high $257,899...
2010 -- Made Grand Slam debut at Australian Open as a qualifier, losing to Odesnik in 1st RD...In February, reached Johannesburg 2nd RD (d. Ascione; l. to Lopez)...Reached SFs at ATP Challenger Tour event in Tanger (l. to Robert)...Broke into Top 100 for first time at No. 96 on 22 March...
2009 –- Lost in Australian Open qualifying 2nd RD...Reached four ATP World Challenger finals at San Remo, as a qualifier (l. to Anderson); Busan (l. Udomchoke), before picking up back-to-back titles at Alessandria (d. Levine) and Constanta (d. Reister)...Fell in final round of qualifying for Wimbledon and US Open... Finished year at World No. 125...
2008 –- Made ATP World Tour debut at Zagreb, as a qualifier, losing to Karanusic in 1st RD...Made Davis Cup debut for Slovenia versus Cyprus...Qualifyed for Poertschach, recording first ATP win over Gabashvili, before losing to Kunitsyn in 2nd RD...Finished year at World No. 260...
2007 –- Played ATP Challenger Tour events for first time, reaching SFs at Burnie (Tasmania)...Finished year at World No. 440...
2006 –- Won two ITF Futures titles in Croatia...Finished year at World No. 493...
2005 –- Played two ITF Futures...Finished year at World No. 897...
2004 –- Won first ATP point at Doha Futures...
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