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- Pronounced: behr-LOK
- Age: 30 (03.02.1983)
- Birthplace: Chascomus, Argentina
- Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Height: 6' (183 cm)
- Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2001
- Coach: Leo Alonso - Francisco Yunis
- Website: http://www.charlyberlocq.com
As of 02.12.2013
|Ranking||Week Change||W-L||Titles||Prize Money*|
*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
2012 -- The Argentine finished in Top 70, winning a career-high 25 matches and advancing to his 1st ATP World Tour final in Viña del Mar (l. to countryman Monaco)...Reached QF in 5 other tournaments, all on clay – São Paulo, Buenos Aires, Acapulco, Houston and Umag...In Grand Slam play reached 2R at Australian Open (d. Huta Galung, l. to Karlovic), his best result...Represented his country in Davis Cup (0-2), World Team Cup (2-1) and Olympics (1R)...Posted Top 20 wins over No. 12 and No. 13 Simon in Buenos Aires and Acapulco...Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled records of 17-13 on clay, 7-14 on hard and 1-4 on grass...Earned a career-high $593,827...
2011 -- The Argentine finished in Top 75 for 2nd straight year and won career-high 14 matches with best ATP World Tour result QF in Umag…Also went 28-3 in Challengers with 5 clay titles, 3 coming in Italy - Turin (d. Ramos), Todi (d. Volandri) and Palermo (d. Ungur)…In November, won back-to-back titles in Buenos Aires (d. Elias) and Montevideo (d. M. Gonzalez)...Went 0-3 vs. Top 10 opponents and best win came over No. 21 Dolgopolov in Eastbourne…Had marks of 9-14 on clay, 4-7 on hard and 1-2 on grass…Earned a career high $437,933...
2010 -- The Argentine finished in Top 100 for first time in three years…Worked his way back up from No. 255 by winning 57 matches and three titles on Challenger circuit…His best ATP World Tour result was QF in Costa do Sauipe as a qualifier in February…Won Challenger titles in Tudi (d. Granollers) San Benedetto (d. Gimeno-Traver) and Reggio Emilia (d. Andujar) while runner-up at Alessandria (l. to Phau) and Cancun (l. to Riba)…In doubles, won first ATP World Tour title in Stuttgart (w/ countryman Schwank).
2007 -- The Argentine finished in Top 100 for second time in three years, highlighted by success in ATP and Challenger level play...Won a career-high 11 ATP matches and advanced to his first ATP SF along with two QF...In Challenger action, compiled a 23-14 record with titles in Barletta (d. Eschauer) and Turin (d. Pashanski), Italy...Also a SF at Monza and QF at Genova Challengers...In February, reached first ATP QF in Vina del Mar (d. Gaudio, l. to Vassallo Arguello)...Won his first Grand Slam match at Roland Garros (d. Benneteau, l. to Starace)...In June, posted biggest win of his career over No. 18 Ferrero on grass in 's-Hertogenbosch (l. to Wessels)...Returned to clay in Umag and advanced to QF (l. to Troicki)...Played final ATP clay tournament in Bucharest and reached SF (d. Santoro, Navarro, Schukin) before losing to eventual champion Simon in three sets...In doubles, reached final at La Serena Challenger (w/Dabul) and SF at Vina del Mar (w/Vassallo Arguello)...Compiled marks of 10-9 on clay, 1-2 on grass and 0-3 on hard...Earned a career-high $236,970.
2006 -- Reached first ATP QF in Sopot (l. to eventual champ Davydenko)...Opened season with his Grand Slam debut at Australian Open (l. to Phau)...Earned first career ATP victory with win over Young at AMS Miami (l. to Blake)...Reached 2nd RD in Estoril (d. Perez, l. to Garcia-Lopez)...Reached SF at Zagreb Challenger (l. to Crivoi)...Reached QF in four straight Challengers before reaching final at Belem (l. to Canas)...Compiled an 18-11 record in Challenger play...In doubles, reached SF at Amersfoort (w/Vassallo Arguello)...
2005 -- Was 44-20 in Challengers with two titles... Qualified into first career ATP event in Stuttgart (l. to Sabau)... Won title at Turin Challenger (d. di Mauro)... Finalist at Biella Challenger (l. to Labadze)... Won title at Cordenons (d. Haehnel)... In doubles, played first career ATP event in Bucharest (w/Puerta)... Won title at Trani Challenger (w/Villagran)... Finalist at Biella Challenger (w/Mello)... Compiled 22-13 doubles record in Challengers...
2004 -- Had incredible run at Futures during May-June, reaching six straight finals and winning three titles...Run came at two tournaments in Argentina, two in Slovenia and two in France...In August, reached first career Challenger final at Manta, Ecuador (l. to G. Lapentti...Later that month won another Futures title in Argentina...Ended year with 31-8 Futures record and a 14-11 Challenger mark...In doubles, won three Futures titles in four finals for a 17-6 overall record...
2003 -- Claimed title at two Argentine Futures as well as one in Columbia...Reached final at Futures in Columbia and Chile...Was 38-12 in Futures and 3-7 in Challengers...In doubles, won back-to-back Futures titles in Jamaica in January...Also claimed a pair of titles in Argentine and another in Mexico...Was 34-9 in Futures doubles...
2002 -- Won three Futures titles, one in Mexico and two in Chile...Also finalist at Futures in Mexico and Spain...Compiled a 30-9 Futures record and a 4-4 Challenger record...Won three Futures doubles titles in four finals appearances...
2001 -- Reached final at Futures event in Santa Cruz, Bolivia (l. to Dellatorre)...Won doubles title at Buenos Aires Futures and finalist in Cordoba (w/Brzezicki)...Also reached final in Cochabamba (w/Hormazabal)...
2000 -- Compiled a 4-10 record playing South American Futures...Doubles finalist at Lima Futures (w/Cardinali)...
Represented Argentina in 5-0 win over Germany in Davis Cup World Group 1R, beating Kohlschreiber and Kas in singles rubbers…
On 9 February, lost in Vina del Mar SFs (l. to Zeballos)...Fell in the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 4R (l. to Murray)…
On 21 March, retired due to left knee injury in first set versus Pella at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami 1R...Won deciding singles rubber (d. Simon in four sets) versus France to lead Argentina into Davis Cup SFs…
On 14 July, became the fifth first-time ATP World Tour titlist at Båstad (d. Verdasco) and the ninth over-30 champion of 2013… Followed in the footsteps of fellow Argentine Zabaleta, the 2003 and 2004 Båstad winner…Also finished runner-up with Ramos in doubles final (l. to Monroe-Stadler)…On 15 July, he rose 28 spots to World No. 46...…
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