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- Pronounced: low-DRA
- Age: 33 (18.05.1980)
- Birthplace: Paris, France
- Residence: Rueil Malmaison, France
- Height: 6'3" (190 cm)
- Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)
- Plays: Left-handed
- Turned Pro: 1999
- Coach: Stephane Simian
- Website: http://www.michael-llodra.fr/
As of 03.03.2014
|Ranking||Week Change||W-L||Titles||Prize Money*|
*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Llodra-Zimonjic DEUCE Feature (Aug. 2011)
2013 -- The Frenchman finished outside Top 100 for 1st time since ’05 and his best results were SF in Montpellier (d. No. 9 Tipsarevic in 2R, l. to Paire) in February and runner-up at Bordeaux Challenger (l. to Monfils) in May…In Grand Slam play (2-4 record), reached 2R at Wimbledon (l. to Seppi ret. with hamstring injury) and Roland Garros (l. to Raonic), fell in 1R at Australian Open (l. to No. 8 Tsonga) and US Open (l. to Murray). Reached doubles final at Roland Garros (w/Mahut), losing to Bryans in 3rd set TB (last French winners were Leconte-Noah in ‘84)…Also won doubles titles at Montpellier (w/Gicquel) and Dubai (w/ Bhupathi). Finished No. 24 in doubles…Went 3-2 on grass, 1-1 on clay and 9-10 on hard and 3-3 vs. Top 10 opponents. Other wins came over countrymen No. 8 Tsonga (Dubai) and No. 10 Gasquet (Basel)…
2012 -- The Frenchman finished in Top 75 for 5th year in a row, reaching 10th career final in Marseille (l. to No. 10 del Potro). As wild card in Paris, reached SF (d. No. 11 Isner, No. 8 del Potro and Querrey, l. to Ferrer). Went from No. 121 to No. 59...In Grand Slam play, reached 3R at Australian Open (l. to Murray), 2R at Roland Garros and 1R in others...Advanced to Mons Challenger final (l. to De Schepper)...Compiled records of 11-8 on hard, 1-4 on clay and 0-2 on hard. Went 1-7 vs. Top 10 opponents with lone win over No. 9 Tipsarevic in Marseille SF...In doubles, won title in Rotterdam (w/Zimonjic) and earned silver medal at London Olympics (w/Tsonga), l. to Bryans...
2011 -- The Frenchman finished in Top 50 for 3rd time in 4 years, with his best results 2 QF, in Marseille in February (l. to Soderling) and Madrid in May (l. to Nadal)...Best Grand Slam result was a personal-best 4R at Wimbledon where he lost to eventual champion Djokovic...Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and marks of 9-15 on hard, 5-2 on grass and 3-5 on clay...In doubles, finished as No. 2 team (w/Zimonjic), won 4 titles and reached 4 other finals while qualifying for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London…Went 1-2 in round robin play…Ranked No. 5 individually...
2010 -- The Frenchman compiled best season, with first Top 25 finish, two titles and personal-high 29 match wins… Helped country to Davis Cup final (l. 3-2 to Serbia)…Won doubles match (w/Clement) but lost fifth and decisive rubber to Troicki…Captured his first singles title on home soil in Marseille (d. No. 8 Soderling, d. Benneteau)… Won title in Eastbourne (d. Garcia-Lopez)…Reached first ATP Masters 1000 SF in Paris*, beating No. 3 Djokovic (3rd RD), No. 11 Davydenko (QF), before losing to No. 5 Soderling in third set tie-break (held three M.P.)…In Davis Cup QF play vs. Spain, defeated No. 10 Verdasco…In SF tie vs. Argentina, defeated Monaco in singles and won doubles (w/Clement)…Won doubles titles in Marseille and Toronto* (w/Benneteau).
2009 -- The left-hander finished in Top 100 for fourth straight year, highlighted by a pair of ATP World Tour runner-up results in Marseille (l. to Tsonga) and Lyon (l. to Ljubicic)…Reached QF in ‘s-Hertogenbosch while ranked No. 144)…In doubles, captured title in Marseille and reached final in Metz (both w/Clement).
2008 -- The Frenchman finished in Top 50 for second time (2004), winning two ATP titles in first two months – Adelaide (d. Nieminen) and Rotterdam (d. Soderling)...Won personal-best 23 matches...Reached 4th RD at Roland Garros (l. to Gulbis)...Reached QF in Auckland (l. to Monaco) and Halle (ret. vs. Kiefer - arm injury)...Only player to win multiple singles (2) and doubles (3) titles...Doubles winner in Las Vegas (w/Benneteau), Metz (w/Clement) and Lyon (w/Ram)...Australian Open finalist (w/Clement)...Finished No. 18 in doubles...Earned career-high $899,477.
2007 – Finished in Top 100 in singles for third time in last four years...In doubles, won three titles, including his first Wimbledon crown (w/Clement)...Best singles result was QF in Zagreb in February (d. Karlovic, l. to Peya)...Also advanced to 3rd RD at AMS Miami (l. to Djokovic) and Roland Garros (l. to Davydenko)...In limited Challenger play, reached final at Heilbronn (l. to Berrer) and SF at Orleans...At Wimbledon, captured doubles title (w/Clement), defeating No. 1 and defending champions Bryans in final...Also won French titles in Marseille and Metz and reached final in Stockholm...Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai and went 0-3 in round robin action...Finished No. 9 in ATP Doubles Race and No. 17 individually.
2006 – Claimed two Challenger titles...In doubles, won AMS Paris (w/Clement)...
2005 – Finalist at '-Hertogenbosch (l. to Ancic)...Reached AMS-best 3rd RD at Indian Wells (l. to Hewitt)...Posted a career best 45-19 doubles record, including 35-14 (w/Santoro)...Captured Tennis Masters Cup title...Also won titles at AMS Rome, Metz and Lyon and finalists at AMS Hamburg...Finalist in Sydney (w/Clement)...Finished No. 5 in Doubles Race (w/Santoro) and year-end best No. 9 individually...
2004 – Reached first ATP final in Adelaide (l. to Hrbaty) and won first ATP title in 's-Hertogenbosch (d. No. 3 Coria)...Defended Australian Open doubles title and runner-up at Roland Garros (w/Santoro)...Finished No. 6 in Doubles Race (w/Santoro) and No. 12 individually...Also won two other titles with countrymen...
2003 – Won Australian Open doubles title and reached final at Tennis Masters Cup in Houston while compiling a 34-13 record and finishing No. 5 in ATP Doubles Race (w/Santoro) and No. 12 individually...
2002 – Won Grenoble Challenger...Doubles finalist at Australian Open (w/Santoro)...
2001 – Reached first ATP QF in Newport and first SF in St. Petersburg as a qualifier...Won two Challenger singles titles...
2000 – Won first ATP doubles title in Mallorca (w/Nargiso)...
As No. 13 seeds, with Nicolas Mahut, reached Australian Open SFs (l. to Kubot-Lindstedt); beat No. 2 Peya-Soares in 3R and No. 5 Paes-Stepanek in QFs…Picked up his first ATP World Tour team title with Mahut, in their third final, at Rotterdam (d. Rojer-Tecau)…Won Rotterdam with Zimonjic in 2012; it was his 26th doubles trophy… On 19 February, pulled out of Marseille doubles (w/Mahut) due to a groin injury…
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