- Pronounced: PHEE-lip kol-shrie-ber
- Age: 31 (16.10.1983)
- Birthplace: Augsburg, Germany
- Residence: Kitzbnhel, Austria
- Height: 5'10" (178 cm)
- Weight: 154 lbs (70 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2001
- Coach: Stephan Fehske
- Website: http://www.pkohlschreiber.de/en/
As of 02.03.2015
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Kohlschreiber Feature (May 2014)
2014 -- The top German won his 5th ATP title and 4th on home soil in Düsseldorf in May (d. Karlovic), finishing in Top 25 for 3rd year in a row. Reached QF-better 10 times, including 4 SFs: Dubai (l. to Berdych), Halle (l. to Falla), Hamburg (l. to eventual champion L. Mayer) and Vienna (l. to Ferrer in 3rd set TB)...In Grand Slam play, compiled a 6-3 record, with 4R at US Open (d. No. 15 Isner in 3R, l. to Djokovic), 3R at Roland Garros (l. to Murray 10-8 in 5th set) and 2R at Wimbledon (l. to Bolelli in 5 sets). Missed Australian Open due to left hamstring injury, ending streak of 37 Grand Slams played...Compiled records of 18-14 on hard, 15-9 on clay and 4-2 on grass. Went 1-7 vs. Top 10 opponents, defeating No. 9 Gasquet in Rotterdam 2R. Earned a career-high $1,149,235...
2013 -- The No. 2 German (behind No. 12 Haas) finished in Top 30 for 4th time in 6 years and reached 3 finals – Auckland (l. to Ferrer), Munich (l. to Haas) and Stuttgart (l. to Fognini)…In Grand Slam play, had 7-4 record, with 4R at Roland Garros (l. to No. 1 Djokovic in 4 sets) and US Open (d. Isner, l. to eventual champion Nadal in 4 sets) and 3R at Australian Open (l. to Raonic). At Wimbledon, retired in 5th set vs Dodig in 1R due to flu…Pulled out due to vertigo ahead of Rome 3R vs. Ferrer, also reached 3R at Monte-Carlo (l. to Nadal)…Compiled records of 16-14 on hard, 14-8 on clay and 2-3 on grass. Went 0-8 vs .Top 10 opponents and earned a career-high $1,092,580…
2012 -- The top German finished in Top 20 for 1st time in his career, highlighted by his 4th ATP title on home soil in Munich in May (d. Cilic). Also runner-up in Kitzbühel (l. to Haase)...Compiled a personal best 42 match wins and SF in 3 other tournaments – Auckland (l. to Rochus), Montpellier (l .to Berdych) and Halle (l. to Haas). Also reached 5 other QF...In Grand Slam play went 11-4 and advanced to 1st QF at Wimbledon (d. Haas in 1R in 5 sets, l. to Tsonga in 4 sets) and 4R at Australian Open (l. to del Potro) and US Open (l. to Tipsarevic)...Compiled records of 20-14 on hard, 13-7 on clay, 9-3 on grass and 23-18 in TB. Went 3-9 vs. Top 10 opponents with wins over No. 10 Almagro in Auckland, No. 2 Nadal in Halle and No. 10 Isner in 5 sets at US Open. Earned a career-high $1,063,408...
2011 -- The No. 2 German (behind No. 23 Mayer) finished in Top 50 for 5th straight year, highlighted by his 3rd career ATP World Tour title on home soil in Halle (d. countryman Petzschner) in June…Also a QF in Auckland, Munich and Moscow…Member of winning ATP World Team Cup squad in Düsseldorf (d. Argentina)...Went 2-7 vs. Top 10 opponents (d. No. 4 Soderling in Indian Wells, No. 8 Monfils in Halle) and compiled marks of 17-16 on hard, 9-10 on clay and 5-1 on grass...
2010 -- The top German finished in Top 35 for fourth straight year and made eight QF appearances or better…Best result was SFs in Auckland (l. to Clement) in January and in Metz (l. Simon) in September…Made two ATP Masters 1000 QFs, on clay in Monte-Carlo* (l. to Ferrer) and on hard courts in Toronto* (l. to Nadal)…Also a QF in four events on three different surfaces…Reached 3rd RD in first three Grand Slam events…Compiled marks of 21-14 on hard, 12-8 on clay and 4-2 on grass.
2009 -- The No. 2 German (behind No. 17 Haas) finished in the Top 30 for second consecutive season...Reached 40-match win mark for first time in his career (40-25), highlighted by final run in Metz (l. to Monfils) and SF in Halle (l. to Haas) and Vienna (l. to Cilic)…Reached a career-high No. 22 on Sept. 28…Advanced to a personal-best fourth round at Roland Garros where he beat No. 4 Djokovic in third round before losing to No. 16 Robredo in four sets…Helped his country to final of ATP World Team Championship in Düsseldorf (l. to Serbia), highlighted by a three-set win over No. 9 Tsonga…Rallied from a two-set deficit to beat Austria’s Melzer in five sets in the second rubber as Germany won first round Davis Cup tie…In July, vs. Spain, won both single rubbers (Robredo, Verdasco) but Germany fell 3-2 in Davis Cup QF action…Went 4-1 in five-set matches and compiled marks of 20-15 on hard, 15-8 on clay and 5-2 on grass…Earned a career-high $834,732.
2008 -- Finished as top German for first time with Top 30 year-end ranking...Jumped off to a 12-2 start with QF in Doha, second career ATP title in Auckland (d. Ferrero) and 4th RD at Australian Open where he fired a career-high 32 aces in five-set win over No. 6 Roddick (l. to Nieminen)...Did not reach another QF (or better) until June when he advanced to first grass final in Halle (d. No. 7 Blake in SF, l. to Federer)...In July, reached QF in Stuttgart (l. to del Potro) along with AMS Cincinnati (l. to Karlovic)...In October, advanced to SF in Vienna (l. to Monfils)...Went 4-6 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 21-14 on hard, 7-5 on clay and 4-2 on grass...Earned a career-high $775,090.
2007 -- Captured first ATP World Tour title in Munich (d. Youzhny) and posted a personal-high 33 match wins as he reached QF or better on four different surfaces for second straight year...Reached QF in Auckland and Rotterdam and achieved career-best AMS QF showing in Monte-Carlo (l. to Nadal)...Followed by winning on home soil in Munich, and partnered final opponent Mikhail Youzhny to clinch third ATP doubles title...One of three players (Malisse, Grosjean) to win singles and doubles titles at same event...In June, defeated No. 8 Blake at Halle to reach first grass court SF...Finished season with back-to-back QF at Russian indoor events at Moscow and St. Petersburg, retiring after first set of both matches due to a back injury and illness... Represented Germany at ARAG ATP World Team Championship in Dusseldorf (1-2 record) and made Davis Cup debut by defeating Belgium's O. Rochus in QF tie...Finished with 2-2 record, including win over No. 4 Davydenko in SF vs. Russia.
2006 -- Advanced to first ATP SF in Gstaad and reached QF on four different surfaces -- on hard in Adelaide and Las Vegas, clay in Munich and Kitzbnhel, grass in 's-Hertogenbosch and carpet in Moscow (l. to Santoro)...In doubles, captured his second ATP title in Kitzbnhel (w/Koubek)...
2005 -- Reached a personal-best 4th RD at Australian Open and QF in Halle (d. No. 10 J. Johansson, l. to No. 1 Federer) and s-Hertogenbosch...Finalist at Furth Challenger...In doubles, won first ATP title in Ho Chi Minh (w/Burgsmuller)...
2004 -- Finished in Top 100 for first time and reached first ATP QF in Auckland (l. to to eventual champion Hrbaty)...Won one Challenger in two finals...Went 24-16 in Challengers...
2003 -- Earned first ATP match win in St. Poelten (d. Melzer) before losing in 2nd RD (l. to Roddick)...Made Grand Slam debut at US Open (l. to Nalbandian in 1st RD)...Won first Challenger title in Tumkur (d. Childs)...
2002 -- Made ATP debut in Munich (l. to N. Lapentti in 1st RD)...Made AMS debut at Hamburg (l. to Hewitt in 1st RD)...Represented Germany in ATP World Team Championship (l. to Corretja)...
2001 -- Reached SF in doubles at Aschaffenburg Challenger (w/Meffert)...
2000 -- Played Eckental Challenger (l. to Stepanek in 1st RD)...
1999 -- Earned first ATP point by reaching 2nd RD at Germany Futures (at 15 yrs., 7 mos.)...
1998 -- At 14 years, 9 months played doubles in Oberstaufen Challenger (w/ Carretero)...
Fell in Australian Open 2R (l. to Tomic)…
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