- Age: 28 (22.03.1987)
- Birthplace: Zwettl, Austria
- Residence: Innsbruck, Austria
- Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
- Weight: 187 lbs (85 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2005
- Coach: Daniel Huber
- Website: http://www.haider-maurer.at
As of 20.04.2015
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
2014 -- The No. 2 Austrian (behind No. 39 Thiem) finished season in Top 100 for 1st time at year-end best No. 82...Best tour-level results were 2Rs in São Paulo (l. to Bellucci), Roland Garros (l. to Karlovic), Wimbledon (l. to Cilic) and Kitzbühel (l. to Rosol). Fell in 1R at US Open (l. to Bautista Agut in 5 sets)Compiled a 42-18 Challenger record, winning 2 titles in Brasov, Romania (d. Rufin) and Trnava, Slovakia (d. Veic) in a 3-week span in September...Qualified for ATP Challenger Tour Finals in São Paulo and went 1-2 in round robin play...Compiled tour-level records of 3-5 on clay, 1-2 on hard and 1-1 on grass. Earned a career-high $262,379...
2013 -- The No. 2 Austrian (behind No. 27 Melzer) finished in Top 125 for 3rd time in 4 years…Best ATP result was 2R at Umag (l. to Seppi, ret. due to lower back pain in 2nd set), Kitzbühel (l. to Monaco) and US Open (d. Gulbis in 5 sets, l. to Kukushkin)…On Challenger level, put together 32-14 record and won 3 titles. Won two titles in a 3-week span in July, in Timisoara (d. Ramirez Hidalgo) and 2 weeks later in Poznan (d. Dzumhur). In September, won title at Brasov (d. countryman G. Melzer)…Played in 1R Davis Cup tie vs. Kazakhstan and lost to Golubev in straight sets…Compiled records of 2-4 on clay, 1-2 on hard and 0-1 on grass. Earned a career-high $194,979…
2012 -- The Austrian finished a year-end best No.113 with successful Challenger results, winning 2 titles...His lone tour level win came in Davis Cup 1R in February when he defeated Russian Bogomolov Jr. in 2nd rubber. Austria went on to win tie and then play Spain in QF in April (l. to No. 5 Ferrer)...Qualified for his lone Grand Slam main draw at Roland Garros and lost to Tomic in straight sets...Picked up his play in late June and continued consistent stretch through September, reaching back-to-back finals in Marburg (l. to Hajek) and San Benedetto (l. to Naso) in July. Then in September, captured back-to-back titles in Como (d. Sousa) and Brasov (d. Ungur) and was runner-up in Banja Luka (l. to Hanescu). His ranking went from No. 163 on June 25 to No. 104 on Sept. 17...
2011 -- Reached a career-high No.70 on July 25. Won 1st Challenger title in Caltanissetta (d. Viola) and SF in Barletta and Napoli, all on Italian clay. In back-to-back ATP tournaments in July, reached QF in Båstad and Gstaad. On Wimbledon debut, defeated Serra for 1st Grand Slam match win (l. to Nalbandian in 2R)...
2010 -- Made breakthrough in Vienna as a lucky loser, defeating former No. 1 Muster in 1R, world No. 14 Cilic in QF en route to reaching his maiden ATP World Tour final (l. to World No. 12 and fellow Austrian Melzer 6-4 in 3rd set after serving for match at 5-4 in 2nd set). Afterwards jumped from No. 157 to No. 115. Made Grand Slam tournament debut at US Open, losing to No. 5 Soderling in 5 sets in 1R. Won 1st Davis
Cup match vs. Israel’s Sela in World Group playoff tie...
2009 -- Winner at Ivory Coast Futures and runner-up at France Futures. Practice partner for Davis Cup team in World Group play-off tie in Chile...
2008 -- Won back-to-back Futures titles in Israel and runner-up at Austria Futures...
2007 -- Winner at Italy and Austria Futures and reached 1st Challenger final in Dusseldorf (l. to Gremelmayr)...
2006 -- Winner at Austria and Israel Futures and runner-up at Cuba Futures...
On 3 February, failed to convert two match points in 76(6) third set loss to G. Melzer in Quito 1R…Reached Rio de Janeiro SFs (l. to Ferrer), having beaten Robredo in 2R…It was his second ATP World Tour SF, after his run to the 2010 Vienna final (l. to Melzer)…
On 7 April, saved one match point in the 10th game of the 76(5) third set versus Struff in Casablanca 1R; had three match points in 12th game of the second set...
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