- Age: 31 (17.07.1982)
- Birthplace: Cape Cod, MA, USA
- Residence: Marietta, Georgia, USA
- Height: 6' (183 cm)
- Weight: 170 lbs (77 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2003
- Coach: David Drew
As of 14.04.2014
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Full name is Robert Thomas Reynolds...Father, Robert, is a pilot; mother, Joyce, is a tennis instructor...Has one older sister, Debbie and one younger brother, Michael, who is in med school...Hobbies include playing cards, golf and watching his favorite NFL team, Pittsburgh Steelers...Played at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee for three seasons from 2000-03 under coach and former ATP doubles star Ken Flach, before turning pro after his junior year...Finished No. 1 in national singles rankings in 2003...Led Vanderbilt to NCAA final in 2003 and capped one of biggest turnarounds in recent NCAA history before losing to Illinois 4-3 in final...Beat current pro Amer Delic at No. 1 singles and was named tournament's MVP (only player to win this award that was not on a championship team)...Also named ITA National Player of Month a record three times in '03 and named Southeastern Conference Player of Year in '03...Finished his final season with a 46-7 singles record and also Vanderbilt's first two-time singles All-American...Owns school records for career wins (99) and single season wins (46 in '03)...Considers hard courts as best surface and best shot is forehand...Engaged to Josie Hahn (wedding set for Dec. 20, 2008)...Coached by David Drew (since age 11).
2002 – Reached two QFs while going 6-5 in Futures events…Won doubles title at Decatur, Illinois, Futures…Went 6-4 in Futures doubles…
2003 – Made ATP debut as wild card in Indianapolis…Also received wild card into Los Angeles…Finalist at California Futures event (l. to Boeker)…Was 7-5 in Futures, 3-7 in Challengers…Made ATP doubles debut in Indianapolis (w/R. Ram)…Made Grand Slam doubles debut at US Open and reached 2nd RD (w/Ginepri)…Won doubles title at Auburn, California Futures (w/Fruttero)…Also claimed Futures title in Arlington, Texas (w/Baker)…Finalist the following week in Hammond, Louisiana (w/Delic)…Posted 11-3 doubles record in Futures…
2004 – Made Grand Slam debut as a wild card at US Open…Winner of Kenosha, Wisconsin, Futures (d. Montgomery)…Had 13-12 Challenger record and 11-8 Futures mark…Doubles finalist in Kenosha (w/Montgomery)…Doubles SF at six Challenger events for 14-16 overall record...
2005 – Compiled a successful Challenger season while also enjoying his best ATP results as he finished in Top 100 for first time in his career...Opened year by qualifying into his first Australian Open where he posted his best career Grand Slam result by reaching 3rd RD (d. Almagro, Pavel, l. to Nadal)...Accepted wild card into San Jose and played against first Top 10 opponent of his career, losing to Agassi...Qualified into Scottsdale and lost to defending champion Spadea in 1st RD...Made ATP Masters Series debut as a qualifier at Indian Wells (l. to Sargsian)...In April, reached SF of Mexico City Challenger (l. to Delic)...In July, reached SF at Aptos Challenger (l. to Murray)...Later that month finished as runner-up at Lexington Challenger (l. to Sela)...As a wild card in Washington, D.C., reached first career ATP QF with wins over Clayton, Mello and Hernych before falling to Berdych in two tie-breaks...The following week he reached SF at Binghampton Challenger (l. to Falla)...Finalist at Lubbock Challenger (l. to Delgado)...Late in the year, reached SF in Carson (l. to Delic) before claiming his lone Challenger title of the year in his college town of Nashville (d. Delgado)...Compiled a 34-19 Challenger record...In doubles, reached first ATP final New Haven (w/R. Ram)...Won Challenger titles at Mexico City (w/R. Ram), Lexington (w/Jenkins) and Calabasas (w/Delic)...Was 24-13 in Challenger doubles...Earned a career high $157,528...
2006 – Compiled a 21-16 record in Challengers with one title (Tulsa) and three SF appearances (Waikoloa, Tallahassee, Leon)...In doubles, captured first ATP title in Indianapolis (w/Roddick) and won Tunica (w/Morrison), Dallas, Tulsa (w/Ram) while reaching final in Tallahassee (w/Phillips)...
2007 – Compiled a 41-26 Challenger match record and won one title while reaching two other finals...Played limited ATP level events, losing in 1st RD at Australian Open (l. to Seppi), Wimbledon (l. to Verdasco) and US Open (l. to Robredo)...Put together his best results in a five-tournament stretch in April-May (15-4 mark) with title in Naples (d. Kendrick), SF in Tallahassee and Tunica, and QF in Valencia and Bermuda...During summer hard court circuit, reached California finals in Yuba City (l. to Kim) and Aptos (l. to Young)...Closed season with SF at Nashville Challenger...In doubles, won six Challenger titles (w/R. Ram), reached four other finals and finished No. 84 individually.
2008 -- The American reached a pair of ATP QF and won two Challenger titles to finish in Top 100 for first time since 2005...Also won three Challenger doubles titles...Opened season with five-set loss to Simon at Australian Open...In February, reached QF at Delray Beach (l. to eventual champ Nishikori)...Qualified for AMS events at Indian Wells and Miami (d. Safin, l. to Youzhny)...Won back-to-back Challenger titles at Tallahassee (d. Kendrick) and Baton Rouge (d. Kunitsyn)...Reached career-high No. 77 ranking on April 28...Made Roland Garros debut and reached 2nd RD...Then matched best-Slam result with 3rd RD at Wimbledon...Reached Indianapolis QF and 2nd RD at Washington and US Open...Also two Challenger SF at Vancouver and Tulsa...In doubles, won Challenger titles at Heilbronn (w/De Voest), Tallahassee, Humacao and Champaign and also was runner-up at Tulsa (all w/Ram)...At the ATP level, reached Indianapolis SF (w/R. Ram)...Earned a career-high $385,917.
2009 -- Tore tendon in his left wrist in May 2009 and played in five tournaments with the injury before being sidelined final three months of the season...Made nine 1st RD exits during season, played last ATP tournament at Los Angeles in July...Returned in February 2010 at Dallas Challenger...
2010 -- After seven months recovery from left wrist injury, returned in February at Dallas Challenger...Ranked No. 458 reached QFs (l. to R. Delgado)...Played first ATP World Tour tournament at Memphis (l. to Lacko).
Qualifier for Auckland (l. to Granollers in 1st RD) and Queen's Club (l. to Schuettler in 1st RD)...As World No. 118 lost the Nalbandian in US Open 1st RD...Failed to qualify for the Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon...Won two ATP Challenger Tour titles at Leon (d. Begemann) and Tulsa (d. McClune)...Runner-up at Rimouski (l. to Wolmarans) and Winnetka (l. to Blake)...Qualified for the inaugural eight-player ATP Challenger Tour Finals in Sao Paulo in November...
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