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- Age: 26 (18.08.1987)
- Birthplace: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Residence: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
- Weight: 192 lbs (87 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2005
- Website: http://www.igorsijsling.nl
As of 09.12.2013
|Ranking||Week Change||W-L||Titles||Prize Money*|
*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
2012 -- The No. 2 Dutchman (behind No. 56 Haase) finished in Top 100 for 1st time in his career and put together his best results on Challenger circuit. Compiled a 26-8 record and won 3 titles – Quimper (d. Jaziri) and Wolfsburg (d. Janowicz) in February along with Vancouver (d. Bubka) in July. Also runner-up in Granby (l. to Pospisil)...On home soil, reached his 1st ATP World Tour QF in ‘s-Hertogenbosch on grass (d. Nieminen, Rochus, l. to eventual champ Ferrer). In September, advanced to QF in Kuala Lumpur (d. F. Lopez, l. to Ferrer)...In Grand Slam play, qualified at Roland Garros (l. to Muller 8-6 in 5th set) and at US Open (d. Gimeno-Traver, l. to Ferrer)...Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents with 3 losses to No. 5 Ferrer and 1 loss to No. 9 Tipsarevic. His highest-ranked win came over No. 18 A. Dolgopolov in Paris 1st RD. Earned a career-high $239,460...
2011 -- Reached QF in Metz as a qualifier. Twice was successful in 9 qualifying attempts at ATP events. Won title at Alphen aan den Rijn Challenger...
2010 -- Closed season winning 9 out of 10 Challenger matches, winning title in Eckental and reaching final at Aachen. Also claimed 1 Futures title and reached 1 other final
2009 -- Was finalist at Challenger events in Manchester and Chuncheon. Reached 3 Futures QF, including 1 final...
2008 -- Claimed 2 Futures titles...
2007 -- Closed season with final at Shrewsbury Challenger. Reached 1 final and 2 SF in Futures. Made Davis Cup debut and lost to Henman in dead rubber...
2006 -- Won title at Saransk Challenger. Won 2 Futures titles and reached 5 other SF...
2005 -- Was 11-11 in Futures events, reaching 2 SF...
2004 -- Was 1-2 in Challengers and 0-2 in Futures...
With Haase, the Dutch pair reached their first Grand Slam championship doubles final at the Australian Open...Dropping one set en route to the final, they lost to Bryans in straight sets…They had been bidding to become the first all-Dutch doubles team to win a major doubles title since 1998 when Eltingh-Haarhuis won Wimbledon…
Beat World No. 8 Tsonga in Rotterdam 1R...
On 21 February, failed to convert 3 M.P. versus Cilic in Memphis 2R at 64 and 76 in 3rd set TB loss…
On 26 February, retired in Delray Beach 1R versus Haas at start of 3rd set and from doubles (w/Becker) due to an ankle injury…
On 24 May, reached his first ATP World Tour SF at Dusseldorf (l. to Nieminen)…
On 18 June, pulled out of ‘s-Hertogenbosch singles and doubles (w/Haase) due to stomach flu...On 29 June, retired with flu at 0-1 in third set versus Dodig in Wimbledon 3R…
Dropped to 0-3 in tour-level doubles finals after losing in Bogota (w/Roger-Vasselin) in loss to Raja-Sharan…
On 28 July, claimed their first ATP World Tour doubles title (w/Roger-Vasselin) at Umag (d. Fleming-Marray)…Improved to 1-3 in doubles finals…
On 17 September, failed to convert two match points versus Mathieu in 7-6(6) third-set loss in Metz 1R…
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