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- Age: 24 (07.12.1990)
- Birthplace: Rocourt, Belgium
- Residence: Liege, Belgium
- Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
- Weight: 150 lbs (68 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2009
- Coach: Thierry Van Cleemput
As of 15.12.2014
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Goffin DEUCE Feature (Aug. 2012)
2013 -- The top Belgian finished outside Top 100 and his best ATP results were 3R at ATP Masters 1000 Miami (d. Kohlschreiber, l. to Almagro) and Cincinnati (l. to No. 1 Djokovic)…Compiled an 11-3 record in Challengers and captured 3rd career title at Eskisehir (d. Ilhan) and SF in Bordeaux…Fell in 1R at all 4 Grand Slams – Australian Open (l. to Verdasco), Roland Garros (l. to No. 1 Djokovic), Wimbledon (l. to No. 7 Tsonga) and US Open (l. to Dolgopolov)…Underwent surgery September 9 after breaking his left wrist in training for Davis Cup playoff tie vs. Israel in Antwerp and missed rest of season…Compiled records of 8-13 on hard, 3-7 on clay and 0-3 on grass. Earned a career-high $367,620…
2012 -- The young Belgian had a breakthrough season to finish in Top 50 for 1st time and as his country’s top player...His best ATP World Tour results were QF in opening week in Chennai (l. to No. 9 Tipsarevic in 3 sets), Winston-Salem (l. to eventual champ No. 10 Isner) and Valencia (d. Isner, l. to Melzer)...In Grand Slam play, made his debut at Roland Garros as a lucky loser and posted wins over veterans Stepanek and Clement, both in 5 sets, and Kubot before losing to No. 3 Federer in 4 sets. Afterwards broke Top 100, leaping from No. 109 to No. 64...Became 1st lucky loser to reach 4th round of a major championship since fellow Belgian Dick Norman at Wimbledon in 1995...Received a wild card into Wimbledon and defeated No. 28 Tomic and Levine in 4 sets before falling in 3R to No. 12 Fish in straight sets. Made Olympics debut in London and lost in 1R to No. 10 Monaco...Helped Belgium into ’13 Davis Cup World Group winning both of his matches vs. Sweden in playoff tie...In Challenger play, compiled a 14-6 record and won 2 titles, in Guadeloupe in April (d. Zverev) and in Orleans (d. countryman Bemelmans) in late September. Afterwards broke Top 50 on Oct. 1...Compiled records of 10-7 on hard, 5-3 on clay and 2-4 on grass. Went 0-6 vs. Top 10 opponents and highest-ranked win came over No. 11 Isner at 2R Valencia. Earned a career-high $367,523...
2011 -- Earned 1st ATP match win as a qualifier in Chennai (d. Devvarman, l. to Wawrinka). Reached 4 Challenger QF, including a SF in Mons...Was 13-2 in Futures, including titles in back-to-back weeks late in the season...
2010 -- Reached 1st Challenger final at Ljubljana..Won 3 titles in 6 Futures finals...
2009 -- Posted career-best Challenger result with SF in Todi as a qualifier. Reached 6 Futures SF, including 1 final...
2008 -- Compiled a 24-10 record in Futures, with 1 title, 1 final and 3 SF...
Represented Belgium in 3-2 loss to Kazakhstan in Davis Cup World Group 1R, beating Kukushkin and losing to Golubev…Replaced Przysiezny as lucky loser in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells draw, losing to Davydenko 7-6(3) in third set in 1R…
Won three straight ATP Challenger Tour titles, reeling off 15 victories without dropping a set en route to three titles at Scheveningen (d. A Beck), Poznan (d. Rola) and Tampere (d. Nieminen)...
On 2 August, as a wild card, won his first ATP World Tour title at Kitzbuhel (d. Thiem)…Extended his win streak to 20 straight, following a dominant…The 23 year old is the fifth player born in the 1990s to hoist a tour-level trophy and the first titlist from Belgium since Steve Darcis won in Memphis 2008…
Reached US Open 3R for first time (d. Q-Desein, Sousa), losing to No. 7 seed Dimitrov…
Helped Belgium to 3-2 victory over Ukraine in Davis Cup World Group play-off tie, beating Marchenko and Stakhovsky in singles rubbers…
On 21 September, captured his second ATP World Tour title at Metz (d. Sousa); beat Tsonga in QFs…Now 17-2 since Wimbledon 1R exit (l. to Murray)…Was the fourth player in the 1990s to win multiple ATP World Tour titles…On 22 September, broke into the Top 40 of the Emirates ATP Rankings for the first time…
On 26 October, finished runner-up to Federer in the Basel final – his third ATP World Tour final of the year…Recorded his first Top 10 win by beating No. 9-ranked Raonic in QFs (1-12 vs. Top 10 lifetime)…On 27 October, rose six spots to career-high No. 22 in Emirates ATP Rankings…
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