- Age: 25 (30.03.1989)
- Birthplace: Guimaraes, Portugal
- Residence: Barcelona, Spain
- Height: 6'1" (185 cm)
- Weight: 161 lbs (73 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2005
- Coach: Frederico Marques
As of 20.10.2014
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
2013 -- The top player from Portugal became 1st player from his country to win an ATP World Tour title and rank in Top 50 with a year-end best No. 49...Best stretch came at US Open through September as he reached 3R at Flushing Meadows (l. to No. 1 Djokovic), 1st ATP SF in St. Petersburg (l. to Garcia-Lopez) and followed with title in Kuala Lumpur as a special exempt. Posted 1st Top 10 win over No. 4 Ferrer in QF and then beat Melzer in SF and Benneteau in final, saving MP...In Grand Slam play, compiled a 4-3 record this year and also reached 2R at Australian Open (d. Smith, l. to No. 3 Murray) and Roland Garros (d. Soeda, l. to Lopez). Fell in final round qualifying at Wimbledon (l. to Reister). At US Open, won back-to-back 5-set matches over No. 25 seed Dimitrov and Nieminen before losing to Djokovic...Compiled a 19-5 match record in Challengers and captured titles at Guimaraes, Portugal (d. Copil) and Furth, Germany (d. Odesnik). Also reached final at San Benedetto, Italy (l. to Martin). Has 5 career Challenger titles...Won a personal-best 16 matches on tour, 13-10 on hard and 3-4 on clay. Went 1-2 vs. Top 10 opponents and earned a career-high $496,686...
2012 -- The top player from Portugal finished in Top 100 for 1st time with successful Challenger campaign, winning 2 titles and compiling a 38-21 match record...In limited ATP World Tour level play, went 5-5, with 2R in Barcelona (d. Kunitsyn, l. to Gil) and QF on home soil in Estoril (d. Elias, Istomin, l. to Ramos) in back-to-back weeks...Made Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros by qualifying into main draw and losing in 4 sets to No. 23 Granollers in 1R. Lost in final round of qualifying at Australian Open, 2R of qualifying at Wimbledon and 1R at US Open...His Challenger titles came at Mersin (d. Marti) in April and Tampere (d. Prodon) in July without dropping a set. Also finalist at Como (l. to Haider-Maurer) in September...Played in Davis Cup ties during year and in World Group play-off vs. Slovakia, defeated Lacko and lost to Klizan...Earned a career-high $128,390...
2011 -- Claimed 1st Challenger title at Furth. Won title at 3 Futures events...
2010 -- In Challengers, reached QF in Istanbul and Seville. Won 3 Futures titles and reached 1 other final...
2009 -- Reached 4 Futures finals, winning 1 title. Was 29-21 in Futures...
2008 -- Qualified into Estoril and won 1st career ATP match (d. Marach, l. to Gil). Made Davis Cup debut in dead rubber against Ukraine. Reached QF or better in 4 Futures...
2007 -- Went 9-16 in Futures, reaching 3 QF...
2014With Rosol, reached the Sydney doubles SFs (l. to Bopanna-Qureshi)…
On 18 February, saved four match points versus Granollers, from 0/40, 4-5 in third set, in Rio de Janeiro 1R…
Reached Oeiras doubles SFs (w/Elias), losing to Gonzalez-Lipsky…
Reached ‘s-Hertogenbosch SFs (l. to Becker)…
On 13 July, contested his second ATP World Tour final at Bastad (l. to P. Cuevas)…Had beaten defending champion Berlocq in the SFs…Withdrew ahead of Kitzbuhel due to a lower back injury…
Reached Winston-Salem doubles SFs (w/Mergea)…
On 21 September, contested his third ATP World Tour final (1-2 overall) in Metz losing to Goffin in two sets…Saved four match points – at 3-5 in third set, 0/40 and Ad out – versus Mathieu in 76(4) third set TB win; also beat Monfils in SFs…
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