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Todd Perry

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Todd Perry
  • Age: 38 (17.03.1976)
  • Birthplace: Adelaide, Australia
  • Residence: Adelaide, Australia
  • Height: 5'9" (175 cm)
  • Weight: 158 lbs (72 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Turned Pro: 1998
  • Coach: Peter Smith
Inactive
Australia

Australia

As of 28.07.2014
S D
Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

385

09.07.2001

0-1 0 $777,545

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

16

15.05.2006

147-143 6 $777,545

Singles & Doubles combined

2006 IN REVIEW

The Australian put together a 32-23 season record (w/Aspelin), claiming one ATP title, reaching another final and six SF...Pair opened the season with an appearance in Auckland final (l. Pavel-Wassen)...In US early season circuit, had four consecutive SF appearances at San Jose, Memphis, Las Vegas and AMS Indian Wells...Equaled best Grand Slam outing by advancing to QF at Australian Open and Wimbledon where they lost 23-21 in fifth set to Knowles-Nestor in six hours, nine minutes...Late in season, won title in St. Petersburg...Served as alternate at Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai...Finished as the No. 9 team in the Stanford ATP Doubles Race and a year-end career-best No. 18 individually for second straight year...Earned a career-high $188,550. CAREER REVIEW 1998 – First ATP points as he won the doubles title at Denmark Futures event (w/ Harris)… SFs at five of first six career Futures doubles events…14-10 in Futures doubles, 2-2 in singles…1999 – Futures doubles titles at four events and reached three additional finals…Reached seven straight finals during July-August…30-6 in Futures doubles, 5-4 in singles…2000 – In Futures singles, was 8-6…Made ATP doubles debut at Australian Open (w/ Crichton)…In Futures, won two titles and went 11-5…6-15 in Challengers…2001 – Made ATP main draw singles debut with wild card at Australian Open (l. to Mirnyi)…Singles finalist at Queensland Futures (l. to J Johansson)…Earned first ATP doubles win at Newport (w/ Burgsmuller)…Was 3-5 in ATP matches…QF at Tokyo (w/ Groen)…Won a pair of Austrian Challengers while going 22-11…Was 16-2 in Futures, winning three titles and reaching a fourth final…2002 – Won first career Grand Slam match at Australian Open (w/ Petrovic)…Played all four Grand Slams for the first time in his career…Was 3-11 in ATP matches…Won two titles and reached two other finals while going 37-8 in Challengers…2003 – Won first career title at Costa do Sauipe with Shimada (d. Humphries/Merklein)…Finalist with Shimada at Umag…In Halle, reached SF…15-10 in ATP events…Won one Challenger title and reached four other finals…26-16 in Challengers…2004 – Reached two finals in first full ATP season…Played first ATP event w/ Aspelin at Wimbledon, reaching QF…Following week they were finalist at Bastad (l. to Bhupathi/Bjorkman) and the following week at Stuttgart (l. to Novak/Stepanek)…24-24 in ATP matches…Won two Challengers and was 11-5…2005 – Compiled his best season with two ATP titles in a career-high seven finals... Teamed fulltime with Aspelin... Opened campaign with back-to-back finals in Adelaide and Auckland…Claimed their first ATP title together at Delray Beach (d. Kerr-Thomas)... Two weeks later, they won another title in Memphis (d. Bryan-Bryan)... Returned to a final on grass in June at Nottingham (l. to Erlich-Ram)... In July, they were finalists at Indianapolis (l. to Hanley-Oliver)... Equaled best Grand Slam result together by reaching QF at US Open (l. to Goldstein-Thomas)... In October, reached final in Tokyo (l. to Iwabuchi-Suzuki)... Reached SF or better in 15 events... Finished No. 9 in ATP Doubles Race (w/Aspelin)...2006 -- Put together a 32-23 season record (w/Aspelin), claiming one ATP title, reaching another final and six SF...Pair opened the season with an appearance in Auckland final (l. Pavel-Wassen)...In US early season circuit, had four consecutive SF appearances at San Jose, Memphis, Las Vegas and AMS Indian Wells...Equaled best Grand Slam outing by advancing to QF at Australian Open and Wimbledon where they lost 23-21 in fifth set to Knowles-Nestor in six hours, nine minutes...Late in season, won title in St. Petersburg...Served as alternate at Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai...Finished as the No. 9 team in the Stanford ATP Doubles Race and a year-end career-best No. 18 individually for second straight year...Earned a career-high $188,550.

PERSONAL

Full name Todd Scott Perry...Nickname is Pezza...Started playing at age five...Father David...Mother Robyn... Older brother Heath...Speaks English and German...Enjoys golf, guitar and concerts...Attended St. Peters College...Idol is Tony Roche...Favorite surface is grass...Favorite shot is volley...Works with physical trainer Max Martin (since 2004) and coach Peter Smith (since 2003).

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