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- Age: 26 (29.06.1988)
- Birthplace: Soizy, France
- Residence: Soizy, France
- Height: 6' (183 cm)
- Weight: 152 lbs (69 kg)
- Plays: Left-handed
- Turned Pro: 2005
- Coach: Eric Prodon
As of 19.01.2015
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Began playing at age five...Father, Florent, teaches tennis; mother, Annie, is a former school teacher; has three older brothers, Julien, Thomas and Morgan, who has played 10 Futures events between 2006-10; one younger sister, Iris...While growing up, admired fellow left-hander Marcelo Rios...Enjoys playing on all surfaces and does not have a favourite surface...Considers volley as best shot...Says best place he enjoys playing in is in his home country...Fan of Paris St. Germain soccer team...Favourite actors are Jean Dujardin, Jamel Debbouze and Thomas Ngijol...Fitness trainer is Pascal Supiot (since Sept 2011).
2014 -- The Frenchman finished in Top 50 for 1st time after rising to a career-high No. 44 on November 17. Won 16 tour-level matches during year, 2nd-most in career...Year highlighted by QF in Stockholm in October (d. Baghdatis, Dolgopolov in 3rd set TB; l. to Bachinger in 3 sets)...In Grand Slam play, best showing was 3R at US Open (d. Riba, No. 17 Fognini, l. to Bautista Agut). Reached 2R at Australian Open (l. to Ferrer), Roland Garros (l. to Garcia-Lopez) and Wimbledon (l. to Robredo)...At Challenger level, won 5 of 7 tournaments entered: Manta (d. Andreozzi), Segovia (d. Menendez-Maceiras), Istanbul (d. Ito), Knoxville (d. Groth) and Champaign (d. Nielsen). Had a 28-2 match record in Challengers...Compiled tour-level records of 10-15 on hard, 4-4 on grass, 2-4 on clay. Went 0-3 vs. Top 10 opponents and earned a career-high $538,098...
2013 -- The Frenchman worked his way up back into Top 100 to finish a year-end best No. 60, climbing 128 ranking positions from previous season…Reached 2 ATP World Tour QF at Bogota (l. to Karlovic) in July, 1st since 2011 St. Petersburg, and Kuala Lumpur in September (l. to Benneteau). Also compiled 25-9 record in Challengers with 2 titles…In Grand Slam play (3-3 record), reached Grand Slam-best 4R at Wimbledon with wins over Andujar, No. 21 Isner (ret.-knee) and Brown (l. to Kubot in 5 sets), 3R at US Open (d. Querrey in 2R, l. to Federer). Also fell in 1R at Australian Open (l. to No. 7 del Potro) as qualifier and failed to convert 2 M.P. in 7-5 5th set loss to Cuevas at Roland Garros in 1R…In Challengers, won title in opening week of season in New Caledonia (d. Andrej Martin) and in Sarajevo (d. Brown) in March. Also finalist in Mexico City (l. to Martin) in April…Compiled records of 6-11 on hard, 4-3 on grass and 0-1 on clay and earned a career-high $477,350…
2011 -- The Frenchman finished in Top 100 for 2nd straight year and won a personal-best 17 matches, with best SF in Johannesburg (l. to eventual champ Anderson) in February…Also reached QF in Auckland (l. to Almagro), Queen’s Club (l. to Ward) and St. Petersburg (l. to Youzhny)...Played in all 4 Grand Slam tournaments for 1st time in his career, reaching 2R at Australian Open and Wimbledon…Broke Top 50 afterwards at No. 49 on July 4...Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 11-14 on hard, 4-3 on grass and 2-6 on clay…Earned a
2010 -- The Frenchman finished in Top 100 for first time in his career at a year-end best No. 83…Compiled his best results in Challengers, compiling a 28-12 match record while going 2-2 in finals…In August reached three finals in a four week span, in Recanti (l. to Bohli), Segovia (l. to Gimeno-Traver) and winner in Istanbul (d. Kukushkin)… Qualified for his first Grand Slam at US Open, reaching second round (d. Riba in five sets, l. to Verdasco)…In October, won title at Mons Challenger (d. Darcis)…Qualified for his last ATP event in Montpellier (d. Lacko, l. to Isner)…Earned a career-high $148,039...
2009 -- Reached final at St. Brieuc (l. to Ouanna) and at Segovia (l. to F. Lopez)…Made debut as a qualifier at Wimbledon and lost to countryman Gicquel in 1R...
2008 -- Qualified in Metz in his 2nd career ATP event and advanced to SF without dropping a set before falling to Mathieu in 2 TBs…Following week reached final at Rennes Challenger (l. to Ouanna)…Closed season with 1st Challenger title at Jersey, Great Britain (d. A. Beck)...
Reached his first ATP World Tour final at Auckland, beating Pouille in SFs…On 17 January, finished runner-up in his first ATP World Tour final at Auckland (l. to Vesely)…Was first all left-handed final in Auckland since 2002 (Rusedski d. Golmard)…
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