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- Age: 30 (03.06.1984)
- Birthplace: Sydney, Australia
- Residence: Melbourne, Australia
- Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
- Weight: 155 lbs (70 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2002
- Coach: Bob Reid and Nick Bollettieri
As of 23.02.2015
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
2004 IN REVIEWThis young Aussie finished in Top 100 of INDESIT ATP Race for first time in his career and won a career-high 12 ATP level matches…The No. 3 Aussie (behind Hewitt, Philippoussis) began season with success in his native country by reaching back-to-back QF in Adelaide and Sydney and advancing to Grand Slam-best 3rd RD at Australian Open…In Adelaide, he defeated Ferreira and Sluiter before falling to Nieminen and one week later in Sydney posted wins over veterans Massu and Mantilla before falling to Ferreira…At Australian Open, posted wins over Kutsenko and Sargsian in five sets before falling to eventual champion Federer…In March, made AMS debut in Miami as a wild card and reached 3rd RD with wins over Saretta and Verkerk before falling to Calleri…Made debuts at Roland Garros and Wimbledon, losing in 1st RD both times…In July, reached 3rd RD at Indianapolis (l. to Carraz)…Took out Gaudio in opening round of AMS Toronto before falling to Hernych in 2nd RD…Made Davis Cup debut in tie against Morocco and lost dead rubber to El Aarej…Earned a career-high $164,805.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS2001-Entered first career Futures event as a qualifier at USA #13…Accepted a wild card into four Australian Futures events and reached at least 2nd RD in three…Best result came in #4 where he reached the QF (l. to Jones)…2002-Made ATP and Grand Slam debut as a wild card at Australian Open (l. to Escude)…Made second ATP appearance as a qualifier at Notthingham (l. to Rusedski)…In his first Futures event of the year, won title at New Zealand #1 (d. Nielsen)…Also won title at USA #11 (d. Carlsson)…Ended the year as finalist at Australia #6 (l. to Hlawaty)…Finished year with 24-8 Futures record…2003-Accepted a wild card into ATP events in Adelaide, Sydney and the Australian Open, but failed to win a match…Made it into San Jose as qualifier…Won first ATP match in his seventh career event at Queen's Club…Reached 3rd RD there (d. Mahut, d. Gambill, l. to Grosjean)…Had very successful year playing Futures events, going 21-2 while winning three titles…Event wins came at Great Britain #6 (d. Sirianni), Australia #3 (d. Parun) and Australia #4 (d. Luczak)…Only two Futures losses came in SFs at Great Britain #5 (l. to Berdych) and Germany #5 (l. to Jeanpierre)…Ended year by reaching finals at New Caledonia Challenger (l. to Canas)…Was 9-5 in Challengers…In doubles, reached final at Great Britain #5 Futures (w/ Durek)…Also a finalist at Austraiia #3 Futures (w/Kennedy).
PERSONALFull name is Todd Charles Reid….Began playing at age four…His parents, Bob and Sandra, run a sports centre in Australia…Has two older sisters who both played tennis…Renee, is a client manager for a telemarketing company and Tara works in advertising for a Sydney radio station…Spent nearly four years at Bollettieri Academy in Bradenton, Florida…Has worked last two years at Australian Institute of Sport… Prefers playing on hard courts…Considers his forehand his best shot…Idol growing up was Andre Agassi…Enjoys golf and going to the beach with friends…Physical trainer is Don Singe and coached by countryman and former ATP pro Broderick Dyke (since February 2004).
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