- Age: 27 (15.05.1987)
- Birthplace: Corrientes, Argentina
- Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
- Weight: 183 lbs (83 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2003
- Coach: Leo Alonso & J. Fernandez
- Website: http://leonardomayer.net/
As of 20.04.2015
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
2014 -- Finished as No. 1 Argentine for 1st time, winning a personal-best 28 matches and finishing in Top 50 for 1st time at year-end high No. 28. Won maiden ATP World Tour title in Hamburg, posting 1st career Top 10 win over No. 7 Ferrer in the final. Was lowest ranked winner (No. 46) at an ATP 500 since No. 54 Stepanek won Washington in 2011...In February, reached 1st tour-level final in Viña del Mar (d. Robredo in 2R, saved 4 MPs; l. to Fognini). Also made QF as a qualifier in Oeiras (l. to Berdych) and Nice (l. to Montañes)...In Grand Slam play, compiled an 8-4 record, advancing to 1st major 4R at Wimbledon (l. to Dimitrov). Reached 3R at Roland Garros (l. to eventual champion Nadal) and US Open (l. to Nishikori), and afterwards rose to a career-high No. 25. Also 2R at Australian Open (l. to Djokovic)...Lone ATP Masters 1000 match win came over Wu in Shanghai (l. to eventual champion Federer in 2R despite holding 5 MPs)...In Davis Cup, helped Argentina to World Group survival, defeating Israel’s Sela and Botzer in 3-2 playoff win...Went 18-10 on clay, 7-9 on hard, 3-1 on grass and 1-4 vs. Top 10 opponents. Earned a career-high $1,157,432...
2013 -- The Argentine finished in Top 100 for 5th consecutive year and highlights included QF in Acapulco (l. to eventual champion Nadal) and Kitzbühel (d. Hanescu, Kohlschreiber, l. to Granollers), both on clay…In Grand Slam play went 2-4, reached 2R at Wimbledon (d. Bedene, l. to No. 11 Nishikori) and US Open (d. Hanescu, l. to Murray in 4 sets), fell in 1R at Australian Open (l. to Tomic) and Roland Garros (l. to Seppi)…In ATP Masters 1000 withdrew prior to 3R at Indian Wells vs Nadal due to a back injury…In Challengers, compiled a 13-5, winning his 8th career title in Guayaquil (d. P. Sousa) in last week of season and reaching final at Orleans (l. to Stepanek) in September…Compiled records of 7-9 on clay, 4-6 on hard and 2-3 on grass and earned a career-high $382,134…
2012 -- The Argentine finished a year-end best No. 72, his 4th straight Top 100 ranking...Closed season with QF or better in 4 Challengers, including final in Medellin and title in Guayaquil...His best ATP World Tour results were 2 QF, in São Paulo (l. to Bellucci) and Los Angeles (l. to Ram)...In Grand Slam play, reached 3R at Roland Garros for 3rd year in a row (d. Rochus, No. 26 Kohlschreiber, l. to No. 12 Almagro)...His win over Kohlschreiber was his highest-ranked of season...Compiled records of 8-5 on clay, 5-7 on hard and 1-2 on grass...
2011 -- The Argentine finished in Top 100 for 3rd straight year, highlighted by successful Challenger campaign (37-14record) with 3-2 mark in clay finals...Ranking fell to No. 217 going into Roland Garros where he qualified and reached 3R for 2nd year in a row (d. Brown, Baghdatis, l. to Soderling)...His best Challenger results came in 2nd half of year with title in Dortmund (d. Schoorel) on July 31, runner-up in Trani (l. to Darcis) following week, finalist in Genova (l. to Klizan) in September and titles in Napoli-2 (d. Giannessi) in October and Sao Leopoldo (d. Ciric) in November...
2010 -- The Argentine finished in Top 100 for second straight year and reached a career-high No. 51 on June 7 after his Grand Slam best 3rd RD showing at Roland Garros (l. to Cilic)…His best ATP World Tour result came in Nice in May when he advanced to SFs (d. Bellucci, l .to Verdasco)… Also QF in Sydney (l. to Benneteau) and Delray Beach (l. to eventual champion Gulbis)…Closed season with an eight-match losing streak after Roland Garros to finish season…Did not play after 1st RD exit at US Open due to back injury…In doubles, advanced to first ATP World Tour final in San Jose (w/Becker).
2009 -- The Argentine compiled a career-best season by finishing in Top 100 for first time…He won a personal-high 17 matches and reached his first ATP World Tour SF…Also reached QFs in three other tournaments on as many surfaces, in Acapulco on clay (ret. vs. Monfils), Eastbourne on grass (l. to Dancevic) and New Haven on hard (l. to Andreev)…Qualified for first Grand Slam tournament at Roland Garros and beat No. 16 Blake before losing in next round to Haas in five sets…In early August, reached SF in Los Angeles courtesy of a walkover against injured top seed Fish…Also defeated No. 5 seed Kunitsyn in 2nd RD before falling to Ball in SF…Finished with marks of 10-11 on hard, 4-4 on clay and 3-3 on grass…Earned a career-high $323,542.
2008 -- Finished just outside Top 100 at No. 102 with successful Challenger results…Compiled a 44-21 match record and one title in four finals…Won title in Medellin (d. Roitman) and runner-up in Bronx (l. to Dlouhy), Cali (l. to Daniel) and Asuncion (l. Vassallo-Arguello)…Also SF in four other Challengers…In his ATP World Tour debut in Kitzbühel, qualified and beat Gremelmayr before losing in next round to Melzer.
2007 -- Won Challenger titles at Cuenca (d. Bellucci) and Puebla (d. Olenjniczak) and reached final at Graz (l. to Hanescu). Finished with 26-22 Challenger record and in Top 200 for first time at No. 189.
2006 -- Reached QF or better in four Challenger events, including a final in Puebla, Mexico (l. to Kendrick). Posted a 15-10 Challenger record.
2005 -- In first season on Futures circuit, won Chile #6 event and also reached QF in clay court stops in Chile, Bolivia, and Argentina.
On 14 January, saved one match point at 5-6 in deciding set to beat Janowicz 76(3) in third set in Sydney 2R...Went on to beat Benneteau en route to SFs (l. to Kukushkin)…
Fell in Australian Open 1R (l. to Troicki)…On 17 February, retired due to dehydration at 14 in third set versus Rola in Rio de Janeiro 1R…
On 8 March, won the fourth rubber versus Souza 76(4) 76(5) 57 57 15-13 in the Argentina versus Brazil Davis Cup tie…It was the longest singles match in Davis Cup history at six hours and 43 minutes, and levelled the tie at 2-2 in Buenos Aires…Withdrew from ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells due to illness...
Fell in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami 3R (l. to Anderson)...
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