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- Age: 25 (30.12.1987)
- Birthplace: Tiete, Brazil
- Residence: Sao Paulo, Brazil
- Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
- Weight: 181 lbs (82 kg)
- Plays: Left-handed
- Turned Pro: 2005
- Coach: Daniel Orsanic
- Website: http://www.thomazbellucci.com.br/
As of 20.05.2013
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*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Bellucci DEUCE Feature (May 2010)
2012 -- The top Brazilian finished in Top 40 for 4th consecutive year, highlighted by his 3rd career ATP World Tour title in Gstaad (d. No. 8 Tipsarevic)...His best stretch came in July when he won Braunschweig Challenger (d. Kamke), reached SF in Stuttgart (l. to Tipsarevic) and followed with title in Gstaad. In 3 weeks, climbed from No. 80 to No. 40...Earlier in season, advanced to SF on home soil in São Paulo (l. to Volandri) in February and QF in Nice (l. to Simon) in May...Won lone Grand Slam match at Australian Open (d. Sela, l. to Monfils) and lost in 1R in other 3...Helped his country into ’13 Davis Cup World Group with win over Russia’s Gabashvili in 2nd rubber...Compiled records of 17-9 on clay and 9-11 on hard and went 2-6 vs. Top 10 opponents...
2011 -- The No. 1 Brazilian finished in Top 50 for 3rd year in a row, highlighted by 2 SF in Acapulco in February (l. to Almagro) and in Madrid (l. to Djokovic) in May…Advanced to 5 QF, including twice on hard courts, Auckland and Los Angeles…His best Grand Slam was 3R at Roland Garros (l. to Gasquet)...Had 3 Top 10 wins, 1st of career, d. No. 9 Verdasco in Acapulco, d. No. 4 Murray and No. 7 Berdych in Madrid...Went 15-9 on clay and 8-14 on hard courts...Reached SF at ATP Challenger Tour Finals in Sao Paulo (l. to Sela)...
2010 -- The Sao Paulo resident improved his year-end ranking for a sixth straight season, highlighted by his second career ATP World Tour title and personal-high 34 match wins…Went 4-3 in first month, then compiled 8-2 mark during Latin American clay court circuit, winning title in Santiago (d. F. Gonzalez in SF, Monaco in F) and reaching QF in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Mello)…By winning Santiago title became the first Brazilian to win the at tournament since his idol Kuerten took the crown in 2000...In March, turned in his best ATP Masters 1000 result in Miami* with 4th RD showing (l. to Almagro)…Played well on European clay, advancing to QF in Barcelona, 3rd RD in Rome* and 4th RD at Roland Garros (l. to Nadal)…On grass, turned in 3rd RD at Wimbledon (l. to Soderling)…Returned to clay in July and reached QF in Hamburg…Struggled rest of season with 5-10 record, failing to win back-to-back matches…Compiled 21-10 record on clay and 11-14 on hard…Earned a career-high $682,261.
2009 -- The top Brazilian became first player from his country to finish in Top 50 since Gustavo Kuerten was No. 40 in 2004…He captured his maiden ATP World Tour title on clay in Gstaad in August as a qualifier, defeating A. Beck in all-lefty title match…He qualified into main draw a career-best six times during season…Became first Brazilian to win an ATP title since Mello triumphed at Delray Beach in September 2004…Was one of five first-time winners on ATP World Tour during season…In February he reached his first final on home soil in Costa do Sauipe, falling to Robredo in three sets…Became first Brazilian to reach an ATP final in Brazil since Kuerten in 2004…In October, reached his first SF on hard courts in Stockholm (l. to O. Rochus) and closed season with title at Sao Paulo Challenger (d. N. Lapentti)…Compiled records of 14-10 on clay and 7-8 on hard courts while winning 13 of 20 tie-breaks…Earned a career-high $406,776.
2008 -- The Brazilian No. 2 (behind Daniel) finished in Top 100 for first time...Compiled 31-8 record and four titles in Challenger action, and posted his first ATP match wins (4-15)...Made his ATP debut as a qualifier at Buenos Aires, and defeated Eschauer (l. to Chela in 2nd RD)...The following week, won Challenger title at Santiago (d. Schwank)...Beginning in April, won three straight Challenger titles on clay at Florianopolis (d. Ferreiro), Tunis (d. Vemic) and Rabat (d. Vassallo Arguello)...Qualified for his first Grand Slam tournament at Roland Garros, and drew Nadal in 1st RD...After a SF at Prostejov Challenger, reached career-high No. 67 ranking on June 16...Notched first Slam victory at Wimbledon (d. Kunitsyn, l. to Stadler), and played in first AMS events at Toronto and Cincinnati...Reached 2nd RD in first US Open (l. to del Potro)...Finished season with SF effort at Buenos Aires Challenger (l. to Vassallo Arguello)...Went 0-1 vs. Top 10 opponents...Earned a career-high $221,121.
2007 -- Finished in Top 200 for first time (No. 199) by winning first Futures title at Brazil #5 (d. Kirche) in May...Put together solid stretch in July-August, reaching back-to-back finals at Bogota (l. to Salamanca) and Cuenca (l. to L. Mayer) Challengers...Also SF at Campos do Jordao-1 Challenger...Closed season with QF showings at Quito and Bogota Challengers and SF at Buenos Aires Challenger...Made Davis Cup debut vs. Austria in World Group playoff tie and lost to Melzer in opening rubber...In doubles, won Bogota Challenger title (w/B. Soares) and reached final at Brazil #5 Futures (w/Burjaili).
2006 -- Competed in 18 Futures tournaments with best result final at Brazil #10 (l. to R. Hocevar) and Brazil #18 (l. to Villar)...Made Challenger debut at Campos do Jordao and reached 2nd RD (d. Melo, l. to Klec)...In doubles, went 1-2 in Futures finals...
2005 -- Reached SF at Iran Futures #2 in Tehran and QF at Romania Futures #17...
2004 -- Played in six Futures events in his home country and compiled a 2-6 mark...
The Brazilian lost to Kavcic in straight sets in Australian Open 1R...Went 1-1 for Brazil in Davis Cup World Group 1R play versus United States, beat Isner 6-3 in fifth set of fourth rubber...
On 8 March, withdrew from Indian Wells doubles (w/Lorenzi) due to blisters…On 23 March, pulled out ahead of ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami 1R doubles (w/Zeballos) due to left hip injury; in singles fell in 3R (l. to Seppi)…On 26 April, withdrew prior to Barcelona QFs with abdominal strain; subsequently withdrew ahead of Munich…
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