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Boris Pashanski

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Boris Pashanski
  • Age: 31 (03.11.1982)
  • Birthplace: Belgrade, Serbia
  • Residence: Malta
  • Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
  • Weight: 163 lbs (74 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Turned Pro: 2001
  • Coach: Marcos Aurelio Gorriz
508 Singles Ranking
Serbia

Serbia

As of 14.04.2014
S D
Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money
2014

Current

508
2 0-0 0 $0
Career

High

55

27.02.2006

28-51 0 $827,955

Singles & Doubles combined

2014

Current

819
2 0-0 0 $0
Career

High

190

17.08.2009

4-18 0 $827,955

Singles & Doubles combined

2007 IN REVIEW

The Serbian No. 3 (behind Djokovic, Tipsarevic) finished in Top 100 for second time in three years...Matched personal-best 10 match wins at the ATP-level despite limited tour play…Qualified into Barcelona and reached 3rd RD (l. to Ferrer)…Also qualified for second straight Roland Garros (l. to Navarro)…In July, advanced to 2nd RD at Stuttgart and Sopot as a qualifier…Finished season as direct entry at four ATP events, reaching 3rd RD in Tokyo (d. Nieminen in 2nd RD, l. to Sela) and 2nd RD at Beijing, Mumbai and St. Petersburg… Compiled a 32-16 record in Challenger play, advancing to QF or better 10 times…Reached Turin final in July (l. to Berlocq) and captured title at Cherkassy in September (d. Ventura)…Also advanced to SF at Florianopolis, Almaty and Manerbio…Returned to Davis Cup action for first time since 2004, defeating Australia’s Luczak in dead rubber in World Group playoff.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2001 – Reached 2nd RD at three Futures events, compiling a 3-6 record…2002 – Reached SF of December Czech Futures event (l. to Petzschner)…Had records of 6-5 in Challengers and 1-4 in Futures…2003 – Reached first career Futures final in Miskolc, Hungary (l. to Andreev)…In May, reached finals at consecutive Challenger events in Budapest (l. to Settergren) and Ljubijana (l. to Vanek)…Made Davis Cup debut for Yugoslavia in July against Bulgaria, losing second rubber to Lukaev, but winning dead rubber against Enev…In September, split rubbers with Greece (l. to Economidis, l. to Jakupovic)…Compiled 19-16 Challenger record, 8-5 Futures mark…2004 – Qualified into first two career ATP events…Made ATP debut in Munich and reached 2nd RD with win over Moodie (l. to Verkerk)…Also qualified into Bastad (l. to Soderling)…Made Davis Cup debut for Serbia & Montenegro, winning rubber against Hungary (d. Bardoczky)…Claimed only Challenger title of the year in Tampere (d. Prodon)…Posted records of 15-21 in Challengers and 2-2 in Futures…2005 – Finished as the No. 2 player from Serbia & Montenegro (behind No. 82 Djokovic) with strong Challenger results that included five titles and four finals...Ended year with a 51-15 Challenger record...In May, won title at Hodmezovasarhely, Hungary Futures (d. Hadad)... The following week, reached first Challenger final of year at Dresden (l. to Mazarakis)... In June, advanced to final at Cuenca Challenger, where he lost to Fleishman... Won back-to-back Challengers in July, claiming titles in Budaors (d. Mazarakis) and Tampere (d. Karanusic)... In September, again defeated Mazarakis for Budapest Challenger title... In early November, reached final in Montevideo Challenger, losing to Argentine teen del Potro... In doubles, reached first career Futures final at Hungary Futures (w/Troicki)...2006 -- The Serbian No. 3 (behind Djokovic, Tipsarevic) played his first full season of ATP events, and enjoyed success, including a great run early on...Made his Grand Slam debut at Australian Open and defeated Arthurs before falling to Kiefer...Won title at Santiago Challenger (d. Capdeville)...Reached three straight ATP QF during Latin American clay swing...Reached first ATP QF in Vina del Mar (l. to Gonzalez)...Also reached QF at Buenos Aires (l. to Volandri) and Costa do Sauipe (l. to Patience)...After reaching 2nd RD at Acapulco, lost in 1st RD at 13 of his next 14 ATP events...Lone win in that stretch was defeat of Costa in Valencia...Losing streak included debuts at Roland Garros (l. to Bozoljac) and Wimbledon (l. to Agassi)...Broke through with three-set victory over Muller in New Haven...In November, reached final at Aracaju Challenger in Brazil (l. to Roitman)...In doubles, reached final in Buenos Aires (w/Mazarakis)...Earned a career-high $235,590...2007--The Serbian No. 3 (behind Djokovic, Tipsarevic) finished in Top 100 for second time in three years at No. 95...Matched personal-best 10 match wins at the ATP-level despite limited tour play…Qualified into Barcelona and reached 3rd RD (l. to Ferrer)…Also qualified for second straight Roland Garros (l. to Navarro)…In July, advanced to 2nd RD at Stuttgart and Sopot as a qualifier…Finished season as direct entry at four ATP events, reaching 3rd RD in Tokyo (d. Nieminen in 2nd RD, l. to Sela) and 2nd RD at Beijing, Mumbai and St. Petersburg… Compiled a 32-16 record in Challenger play, advancing to QF or better 10 times…Reached Turin final in July (l. to Berlocq) and captured title at Cherkassy in September (d. Ventura)…Also advanced to SF at Florianopolis, Almaty and Manerbio…Returned to Davis Cup action for first time since 2004, defeating Australia’s Luczak in dead rubber in World Group playoff.

PERSONAL

Began playing at age seven at local club on clay near his house...Nickname is “Pasha”...Lives in Malta...Father, Milan, is a former Serbian National Basketball team member and currently teaches political science at a local university...Grandfather Ratibor played on Serbian national soccer team...Has one older sister, Manha, who is attending graduate school...Says if he wasn’t playing tennis, he would be a guitar player...Big fan of Jim Morrison and Roger Waters...Favorite surface is clay...Has a 6-2 career Davis Cup record in singles in five ties...Coached by former ATP pro Adrian Voinea.

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