- Age: 27 (30.12.1987)
- Birthplace: Milwaukee, WI, USA
- Residence: Tampa, FL, USA
- Height: 5'9" (175 cm)
- Weight: 160 lbs (73 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2006
- Coach: Billy Heiser
- Website: http://www.timsmyczek.com
As of 19.01.2015
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Began playing tennis at age three when his older brother started taking tennis lessons… Father, Phil is an engineer; mother, Jan, works at a tennis shop… Brother, Alec, is a lawyer; Sister, Lauren, is a grad student… Hard courts are his favorite surface and backhand his favorite shot... Favorite tournament is the US Open… Enjoys playing golf… If he wasn’t a tennis player he would be a golfer… Played the violin until he was fourteen years old… Current goal in tennis is to break the top hundred and stay there… Best tennis memory so far is his first five set win against Bobby Reynolds at the 2012 US Open as well as his second round win against Alex Bogomolov Jr. at the 2013 US Open… Qualified into his first ATP main draw tournament in San Jose by winning eight qualifying matches (five pre-qualifying, three qualifying) before losing to Mardy Fish in the first round...Stayed in Fish's house for a year... Trains at Saddlebrook, Florida.
2014 -- The Wisconsin native put together a 2nd Top 125 season in a row after compiling a 7-12 tour-level match record...Best showing came on home soil in Washington where he reached the 3R with wins over Alex Kuznetsov and No. 38 Chardy for highest-ranked win of year (l. to Gasquet)...Reached the 2R at 5 other tournaments: Memphis, Indian Wells, Atlanta, Toronto and US Open...Lone Grand Slam win came over Krajinovic at US Open (l. to Bautista Agut in 2R). Fell in 1R at Australian Open (l. to Bautista Agut) and the last round of qualifying at both Roland Garros and Wimbledon...Compiled a 19-12 mark in Challengers, with a runner-up showing in Napa, California (l. to Querrey) and SFs in Maui, Sacramento and KnoxvilleUnderwent left knee surgery to repair torn meniscus on Mar. 27. Returned to action in May...
2013 -- The No. 3 American (behind No. 14 Isner, No. 46 Querrey) finished in Top 100 for 1st time at a year-end best No. 89, highlighted by a personal Grand Slam-best 3R at US Open with wins over James Duckworth and Alex Bogomolov Jr. in 5 sets (l. to Granollers in 5 sets). Reached career-high No. 73 on Nov. 11...In Challengers, compiled a 25-14 record and won title at Knoxville (d. Polansky), runner-up at Sacramento (l. to Young) and SF at 4 other events: Maui, Tallahassee, Tiburon and Napa...Reached 2R 6 times – Australian Open, San Jose, Houston, Newport, Washington and Winston-Salem...In doubles, reached 1st ATP final in Newport (w/R. Williams)...Won a career-high 8 tour level matches and compiled records of 6-9 on hard, 1-1 on clay, and 1-1 on grass. Earned a career-high $291,027...
2012 -- Won Challenger titles in Tallahassee (d. Dancevic) and Champaign (d. Sock) along with SF in Knoxville...
2010 -- Reached final at Rimouski (l to De Voest) and Winnetka Challengers (l. to Dabul) while reaching SF in Tulsa and QF in three other tournaments...
2009 -- Runner-up at Winnetka Challenger (l. to Kuznetzov) and SF at Vancouver (l. to Malisse)...
2008 - Qualified into his first ATP World Tour main draw in San Jose by winning eight qualifying matches (five pre-qualifying, three qualifying) before losing to Mardy Fish in 1R...