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- Age: 26 (15.10.1987)
- Birthplace: Ottawa, Canada
- Residence: Boca Raton, U.S.A.
- Height: 5'9" (175 cm)
- Weight: 150 lbs (68 kg)
- Plays: Left-handed
- Turned Pro: 2007
- Coach: Horacio Rearte and Cyril Saulnier
As of 03.03.2014
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*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
2012 -- The American finished a career-high No. 102 after reaching as high as No. 69 in October. Played in each Grand Slam tournament for the 1st time in his career, winning a round at Roland Garros (d. Becker, l. to Raonic) and Wimbledon (d. K. Beck, l. to Goffin). At US Open, lost to No. 15 Dolgopolov in 5 sets in 1R...At Challenger level, won title in Dallas in February (d. Darcis) and only dropped a set during week...Later in season, advanced to back-to-back QF in ATP World Tour event in Metz (d. Germans Stebe, Berrer, l. to No. 7 Tsonga) and Orleans Challenger (l. to Goffin), losing to eventual champions in both...Compiled 12-9 record in Challengers and earned a career-high $264,222...
2011 -- Closed season by reaching Charlottesville Challenger final as a qualifier then winning Knoxville title the following week. Was 29-6 in Futures with 4 titles
2010 -- Was 11-15 in Challengers, reaching the Lexington final...
2009 -- Qualified into ATP events 4 times in 11 tries, including at Wimbledon where he reached 3R (d. Safin, Cuevas, l. to Wawrinka). Reached QF in Newport. Was 23-13 in Challengers with finals at Alessandria and Sacramento. Reached 1st career ATP doubles final w/Sweeting in Houston (l. to Bryans)...
2008 -- The American won a personal-best seven matches at ATP-level highlighted by first QF and clinched a Challenger title to finish with a year-end best ranking…Qualified into Auckland (l. to Ferrero) and followed with first Grand Slam match win in Australian Open debut (d. Vassallo Arguello, l. to Nieminen)…Made ATP Masters Series debut at Indian Wells (l. to Wawrinka)…In May, won clay court Challenger title at Bradenton, defeating Kendrick in a third-set tie-break...As qualifier, made Wimbledon debut and notched first Grand Slam win by defeating Young (l. to Melzer)…Then beat Polansky in Toronto for first AMS win (l. to Nadal)…Qualified into New Haven and reached first ATP QF (l. to Fish)…Afterwards, broke into Top 100 at No. 96 on August 25…In doubles, clinched Izmir Challenger title (w/Nishikori)...Earned a career-high $223,360.
2007 --The American compiled his best results in final three months of season with a 20-5 record in Challenger level play with two titles...Overall, finished with a 20-10 match record and in Top 200 at No. 192...Played in his first career ATP tournament in Delray Beach and won two of three round robin matches, defeating Kubot and K. Kim (in between lost to Becker)...Did not win a match in his next seven tournaments, including a straight-sets loss to No. 4 Davydenko in 1st RD at US Open in his Grand Slam debut...Made turnaround at Tulsa Challenger where he reached his first SF (l. to Young)...Then advanced to QF at Rimouski and Louisville Challengers...In final three tournaments in November, qualified and captured title at Nashville Challenger (d. Kuznetsov) followed by crown in Champaign (d. Young) without dropping a set...Then closed season with SF in Knoxville (l. to Kim), ending his 13-match winning streak...Jumped from No. 354 to No. 192 during stretch...In December, won a three-player playoff (among Americans) in Boca Raton, Fla. to earn a wild card into '08 Australian Open...
2006 -- Opened season with QF at U.S. Futures #3 stop and in March, reached SF at Rock Forest, Quebec Futures #2...In July, qualified into his first ATP tournament in Newport and lost to British left-hander Alex Bogdanovic in straight sets and followed with QF at Aptos Challenger...
2005 -- Played in three Futures events and advanced to QF in Waco, Texas and Rock Forest, Quebec...
In December 2012, changed nationality to Canadian and is eligible to represent Canada in Davis Cup competition...Partnering Brunstrom, fell in Houston SFs (l. to Bryans)…
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