- Age: 40 (04.09.1972)
- Birthplace: Belgrade, Yugoslavia
- Residence: The Bahamas
- Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
- Weight: 190 lbs (86 kg)
- Plays: Left-handed
- Turned Pro: 1991
As of 20.05.2013
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*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Nestor-Knowles DEUCE Feature (Aug. 2007)
Nestor-Zimonjic DEUCE Feature (Aug. 2008)
Nestor-Zimonjic DEUCE Feature (May 2010)
Special Tribute: Nestor 800 Match Wins (May 2011)
Nestor-Mirnyi DEUCE Feature (Aug. 2012)
2012 -- The Canadian finished (w/Mirnyi) as No. 2 in ATP Doubles Team Rankings with a 4-2 record in finals, capturing titles in Brisbane, Memphis and Roland Garros for 2nd year in a row (8th career Grand Slam crown) and London/Queen’s Club. Also finalists at ATP Masters 1000 Miami and Monte-Carlo...Had 7th straight year-end Top 5 ranking...
2011 -- The Canadian reunited full-time with Mirnyi, after a brief partnership in 2000, capturing 4 titles in 8 finals, including at Roland Garros (d. Cabal-Schwank) and Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London...The Canadian has 75 career doubles titles, which is No. 4 on the career list...
2010 -- Active doubles title leader at seven…Teamed with Zimonjic to finish as No. 2 team (7-4 in finals)…Won Barclays ATP World Tour Finals (d. Bhupathi-Mirnyi)…Reached finals at Australian Open final (l. to Bryan-Bryan) and Indian Wells* (l. to M. Lopez-Nadal)…On clay, won Monte-Carlo*, finalist at Madrid* and won Roland Garros (d. Dlouhy-Paes)…His sixth Slam, third with Zimonjic…Finished No. 3 in indivdiually, his 10th straight Top 10 campaign.
2009 -- Captured career-best nine titles in 11 finals with Zimonjic, highlighted by repeat at Wimbledon and winning five ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crowns (Monte Carlo, Rome, Madrid, Cincinnati, Paris)…Finished No. 2 in ATP Team Rankings…Had 12-match winning streak on clay with titles in Monte Carlo*, Barcelona and Rome…Also won title in Madrid* and followed with SF at Roland Garros…Saved eight match points in 15-13 Match-TB win over Bryans for Cincinnati title…Went 1-2 in London…Became first Canadian to earn $1 million in a season.
2008 -- Finished No. 1 in ATP Doubles race and won his first Wimbledon title to complete a career Golden Slam. Playing with Zimonjic for first full season, they won five of eight finals. Had one stretch of six straight finals -- runner-up finish at AMS Rome, title at AMS Hambug (d. Bryans), finalist at Roland Garros (l. to Cuevas-Horna), then titles at Queen's Club (d. Melo-Sa), Wimbledon (d. Bjorkman-Ullyett) and AMS Toronto (d. Bryans). After Wimbledon, overtook No. 1 spot in ATP Doubles Race for nine-week span. Held No. 1 ranking through US Open. Won 17 consecutive matches before losing SF at AMS Cincinnati (l. to Erlich-Ram). Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup and won title (d. Bryans) to clinch No. 1 in ATP Doubles Race (w/Zimonjic) and No. 2 individually.
2007 -- Went 4-4 in finals. Won his first Roland Garros title and finished at No. 2 in Stanford ATP Doubles Race (w/Knowles) and No. 3 individually. Reached finals in Sydney, Marseille and Houston and SF at Australian Open, AMS Rome, Doha and Dubai. Also won at Queen's and reached 600 career match wins on home soil in Montreal with 1st RD win. After US Open, teamed with Zimonjic to win St. Petersburg title and reach AMS Paris final. Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai and won title (w/Knowles). With Knowles, compiled a career finals record of 40-29 and won at least one title together in 13 of past 14 years.
2006 -- Captured five titles in 10 finals, finishing at No. 3 (w/ Knowles). Finalist at Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai.
2005 -- Won four titles to finish No. 4 (w/Knowles). Underwent left wrist surgery on June 17 and was sidelined two months.
2004 -- Finished (w/Knowles) as year-end No. 1. Surpassed 300 wins together.
2003 -- Won six titles in eight finals. In Davis Cup World Group qualifying, beat No. 17 Kuerten.
2002 -- Teamed with Knowles to finish as No. 1 with six titles.
2001-- Won four titles with three partners.
2000 -- Underwent left shoulder surgery on Jan. 5 and missed first four months. Won four doubles titles with three partners. Won gold medal at Sydney Olympics in doubles (w/Lareau) and also won AMS Toronto, his first ATP title on home soil.
1999 -- Finished in Top 100. Won two doubles titles (w/Lareau).
1998 -- With Knowles, finalist at World Doubles Chp., Roland Garros and US Open.
1997 -- Reached SF in Moscow.
1996 -- Reached first ATP singles SF in Newport. Qualified an ATP-best seven times. Won four doubles titles.
1995 -- Reached first Slam doubles final in Australia...Made ATP World Doubles Chp. debut (all w/Knowles).
1994 -- Won first title in Bogota (w/Knowles).
1992 -- Beat No. 1 Edberg in five sets in Davis Cup.
The Canadian, partnering Bhupathi, fell in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells 1R (l. to F. Lopez-Raonic) and in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami 2R (l. to Almagro-Marach)…Won doubles rubber (w/Pospisil) versus Italy to help Canada reach Davis Cup SFs for first time…
Partnering Lindstedt, fell to Raonic-Tomic in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo QFs…On 28 April, failed to convert one championship point with Lindstedt versus Peya/Soares in 10-4 Match TB Barcelona final loss…Fell in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome QFs (l. to Mirnyi-Tecau)…
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