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- Age: 32 (27.06.1981)
- Birthplace: Paris, France
- Residence: Paris, France
- Height: 5'10" (178 cm)
- Weight: 159 lbs (72 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2000
- Coach: Cyril Saulnier
As of 03.03.2014
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*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Began playing tennis at age seven...Father, Daniel, teaches judo and mother, Stella, is a nurse. Has an older brother, Nicolas...Hobbies include DVD and television, judo, going out with his friends...Trains at the FFT national training centre at Roland Garros...Finished 1999 ranked No. 3 in juniors...Fitness coach is David Izidore.
2011 -- The Frenchman finished in Top 100 for 1st time, highlighted by 3 Challenger titles and a 39-21 match record…At age 30, he was oldest 1st-time player in year-end Top 100...Went 0-3 in ATP World Tour level play and qualified at Roland Garros (l. to Murray)…Also lost in 1R at US Open (l. to Melzer) and Bucharest (l. to Seppi), his other main draw events...In 1st week of year, won title at Bucaramanga Challenger (d. Romboli) and in July, picked up titles in Sopot (d. Ciric) and Tampere (d. Genesse)…Reached finals at Santiago (l. to M. Gonzalez) and Szczecin (l. to Machado)...Earned a career-high $128,243...
2010 -- Started the year with a bang winning three ITF Futures titles from four finals at USA F2 (d. Iaani), USA F3 d. Gard), Egypt F2 (d. Michon)...Won two further ITF titles at Great Britain F5 (d. Vasiliev) and F7 (d. Rodrigues)...Failed to qualify for Roland Garros and Wimbledon...In late August, early September, won two ATP Challenger Tour titles at Geneva (d. Andujar) and Brasov (d. Pospisil)...Finished the year at World No. 145...
2009 -- Won one ITF Futures title in Germany F7 (d. Zay) from five finals...Failed to qualify for the Australian Open and Roland Garros...Did not play beyond late July...
2008 -- Won one ATP Challenger Tour title at Miami (d. Menedez-Maceiras) in January and finished runner-up at Rome (l. to Schwank) in April and Aarhus (l. to Gimeno-Traver) in May...Qualified for Buenos Aires...Received a wild card into Roland Garros (l. to Ljubicic)...Reached one ITF Futures final in Portugal (l. to Semjan)...Finished the year at World No. 168...
2007 -- After two seasons spent recovering from injuries, he won one ITF Futures title in Italy after a 10-month lay-off...Went onto win four titles from seven finals, compiling a 32-3 record during that stretch...Won first ATP Challenger Tour title at Tampere (d. Luczak), followed by two runner-up finishes at Manerbio (l. to Vanek) and Freudenstadt (l. to Minar)...Finished the year at World No.158...
2006 -- Played 5 total events, including ATP stop in Buenos Aires…Won Futures title in Morocco...
2005 -- Played just 6 events…Was 2-3 in Challengers…Was 10-2 in Futures with 1 title...
2004 -- Reached final at Tampere Challenger (l. to Pashanski)…Won 2 Futures titles...
2003 -- Earned lone ATP match win in Casablanca (d. Ramirez-Hidalgo, l. to Mutis)…Also played Buenos Aires…Reached 3 Challenger QF...
2002 -- Made 2nd Roland Garros appearance (l. to Agassi)…Reached 3 Challenger QF...
2001 -- Reached 3 Challenger SF and 2 Futures finals...
2000 -- Made his Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros as a qualifier, lost in the first round to Meligeni 26 64 63 75...
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