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- Age: 29 (18.03.1984)
- Birthplace: Denver, CO, USA
- Residence: Carmel, IN, USA
- Height: 6'4" (193 cm)
- Weight: 180 lbs (82 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2004
As of 20.05.2013
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*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Began playing at age four…Father, Raghav, is a botnist; mother, Sushma, is a scientific technician...Has no siblings...As a junior, won three US national singles events and seven US national doubles events...Then went on to play at Carmel (Indiana) High School, earning All-State honors and became state singles champion...Reached Wimbledon junior doubles final (w/Brian Baker) in 2002...Played one season at Univ. of Illinois and helped team to a 32-0 season in 2003 and NCAA team title...Also won NCAA doubles title (w/Brian Wilson).
Says biggest moments of his career are winning NCAA team title and capturing first ATP World Tour singles title in Newport in July 2009...Admired play of Boris Becker and Pete Sampras growing up...Considers strengths as serve and attacking style and favorite surface is grass...Enjoys golf and table tennis…Coached by Stephen Amritraj and Bryan Smith.
2008 -- Compiled a 19-19 Challenger record, winning title in Winnetka (d. Jenkins) and reaching final in Binghampton (l. to Capdeville)…
2007 -- Advanced to QFs at seven Challengers…
2006 -- Reached final at Sacramento Challenger (l. to Goldstein) and SFs at Winnetka (l. to Querrey) and Champaign…Also reached QFs at Dallas, Aptos, New Orleans, Maui and Joplin…
2005 -- Reached final at Aptos Challenger (l. to A Murray) and advanced to SFs at Forest Hills and Sacramento and QFs at Waikoloa, Binghampton and Yuba City…Reached 3rd RD at hometown event in Indianapolis…In doubles, won first ATP World Tour title in New Haven (w/Reynolds)…
2004 -- Won Futures title in Canada…Reached QFs at Tallahassee, Denver and Champaign
2003 -- Reached QF at Denver Challenger…
2002 -- Won first Futures title in U.S.
The American finished in Top 100 for first time in singles and Top 50 in doubles with a breakout season…In July, captured his first ATP World Tour singles title in Newport, defeating countryman Querrey in three sets…He came into main draw as a lucky loser (in place of Fish) ranked No. 181 and afterwards climbed to No. 108…In final three days of action, played eight matches (four singles, four doubles) and was on-court for 12 hours plus…Also captured doubles title (w/Kerr) to become first double winner in Newport since Dan Goldie in 1987…In Challenger play, went 20-13 and captured title in Aachen (d. D. Brown) in November and runner-up in Baton Rouge (l. to Becker) in April…Captured first ATP World Tour doubles title in Chennai (w/Butorac) and later in Bangkok with same partner…Finished No. 39 in doubles…Earned a career-high $301,797.
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