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- Pronounced: HAHS
- Age: 35 (03.04.1978)
- Birthplace: Hamburg, Germany
- Residence: Bradenton, Florida - LA, CA
- Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
- Weight: 185 lbs (84 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1996
- Coach: Ulf Fischer, Christian Groh
- Website: http://www.tommyhaas.com
As of 13.05.2013
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*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
2012 -- The No. 2 German finished as oldest player in Top 50 with biggest jump into Top 25 (184 spots)...Named ATP Comeback Player of the Year...Won 13th career title in Halle (d. Federer) in 1st final since ‘09...Oldest ATP winner since Santoro (35, ’08 Newport)...Had a 13-3 record in Germany, including Halle title, Hamburg final and Munich SF...Streak of 8 straight finals won (since loss to Agassi in ‘02 Rome) ended in Hamburg (l. to Monaco). Then lost 1st U.S. final in career (8-1) in Washington (l. to Dolgopolov)...Compiled records of 16-11 on hard, 10-4 on clay and 5-1 on grass. Went 3-3 vs. Top 10 opponents...
2011 -- The veteran German returned from an injury-filled 2010 season to play in 12 tournaments, highlighted by QF in Vienna (l. to del Potro) as a qualifier…His best Grand Slam result was 3R at US Open (l. to Monaco)...Underwent right hip surgery on Feb. 21, 2010 and 1 month later underwent right elbow surgery…Returned at Roland Garros in late May…Reached 2R in Newport and Washington...
2010 -- The German played in four tournaments in first two months before undergoing season-ending right hip surgery on Feb. 21 in Vail, Colorado…One month later on Mar. 23, underwent right elbow surgery in New York…Opened season with 3rd RD at Australian Open (d. Greul, Tipsarevic, l. to No. 10 Tsonga)…Reached 2nd RD in San Jose and lost in 1st RD in Memphis and Delray Beach before being sidelined...
2009 -- The top German finished in Top 20 for third time in four years and seventh time in his career…Captured lone ATP World Tour title on grass in June at Halle defeating No. 4 Djokovic…It was also his first career grass-court title and has won seven finals in a row since ’02 loss in Rome*…Reached 4th RD at Roland Garros, where he led eventual champion Federer by two sets before succumbing in five sets…At Wimbledon, defeated No. 11 seed Cilic 10-8 in fifth set in 3rd RD and No. 4 Djokovic in QF to reach his first SF at All England Club, where he lost to Federer — bringing his winning streak to an end at 10 matches…Jumped into Top 20 afterwards…
Earlier in season reached QFs at San Jose (l. to Roddick) and Houston (l. to Phau)…During summer circuit, reached SF in Los Angeles (l. to eventual champ Querrey) and followed with QF in Washington (l. to Gonzalez)…Then retired in 2nd RD against Gonzalez in Montreal* due to hand blisters…Reached 3rd RD at US Open (l. to Verdasco in five sets) and played in only three tournaments rest of season…Went 3-8 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 15-13 on hard, career-best 10-1 on grass and 6-3 on clay.
2008 -- The German finished out of Top 50 for just second time in past 12 seasons following a comeback from shoulder surgery (in Nov. '07)...Opened season in February at Delray Beach and went 2-4 through first four events before breaking through to reach QF at AMS Indian Wells...Posted wins over Roddick in 2nd RD and Murray in 4th RD, but withdrew prior to his QF match against Federer with a sinus infection...Saw limited play next three months, then returned to reach 3rd RD at Wimbledon (l. to Murray)...
Began North American summer hard court circuit with SF showing at Indianapolis (l. to Simon), then advanced to 3rd RD at AMS Cincinnati (l. to Nadal) and SF at Washington (l. to del Potro)...Made last appearance of season at US Open, defeating No. 12 Gasquet in a five-set 1st RD match before falling to Muller in five sets in next round...Did not play after US Open to rest and strengthen his right shoulder...Compiled marks of 15-10 on hard, 3-2 on grass, 0-2 on clay and 1-3 vs Top 10 opponents.
2007 -- Repeated his title in Memphis (d. Roddick) and advanced to QF or better in two Grand Slam tournaments in same year for first time in his career...Also helped his native Germany to Davis Cup SF with a 3-1 singles mark...Opened campaign by reaching SF for third time at Australian Open with wins over No. 8 Nalbandian and No. 3 Davydenko before falling to No. 9 Gonzalez...Then advanced to QF in Delray Beach (l. to Spadea), won both of his Davis Cup matches vs. Croatia over No. 9 Ancic and No. 8 Ljubicic...Then repeated Memphis title without facing a break point (47 games) in tournament...
In March, reached SF in Dubai (l. to Federer) and QF at AMS Indian Wells (d. No. 5 Gonzalez, l. to Murray)... Compiled a 20-5 mark in first three months...His best clay result was QF in Houston (l. to eventual champ Karlovic)...On grass, reached 4th RD at Wimbledon for first time but tore stomach muscle in 3rd RD win over Tursunov and withdrew vs. Federer...Returned one month later in Washington and lost to big-serving Isner in QF...Reached QF at US Open for third time in four years (d. No. 6 Blake, l. to Davydenko)...In October, reached SF in Stockholm...Went 6-3 against Top 10 opponents, his best showing since 2000... Compiled 33-13 mark on hard.
2006 -- Finished in Top 20 for fourth time in last six years, highlighted by three ATP titles on U.S. soil -- Delray Beach (d. Malisse), Memphis (d. Soderling) and Los Angeles (d. Tursunov) ...Won 49 matches, second-most in his career...Through first four months, jumped off to career-best 23-6 start with half of his losses coming to No. 1 Federer in SF of Doha, 4th RD at Australian Open (in five sets) and 3rd RD in Miami...
In March, advanced to 4th RD at ATP Masters Series Indian Wells, defeating No. 9 Agassi in 3rd RD before retiring due to a stomach virus to Blake...In first clay court outing in Houston, defeated No. 4 Roddick in QF before retiring in first set with a right wrist injury to Fish in SF...Advanced to SF on grass in Halle (l. to eventual champion Federer) and followed with a 3rd RD effort at Wimbledon (l. to Berdych 8-6 in fifth set)... At US Open, reached his second QF in three years with back-to-back fifth set tie-break wins over Ginepri and Safin before losing in five to Davydenko...Closed season with SF at AMS Paris (d. Blake, Safin, ret. vs. Hrbaty)...Compiled marks of 35-11 on hard and 5-6 on clay...
2005 -- The No. 2 German finished in Top 50 for eighth time in nine years highlighted by four ATP SF -- San Jose, Memphis, Munich and Halle...Also QF in Houston...In May, helped his native country to ATP World Team Championship title over Argentina by winning three of four singles and doubles matches (w/Waske)...In 1st RD at Wimbledon, retired vs. Tipsarevic after spraining his right ankle in warm-ups (stepped on a ball)... Missed one month of action before returning to Los Angeles in late July (2nd RD)... At US Open, lost to Ginepri in five sets in 3rd RD...Then helped his country back into 2006 Davis Cup World Group by winning fifth and decisive rubber against Czech Republic's Zib... Compiled records of 16-13 on hard and 11-7 on clay...
2004 -- Returned to action in February and slowly improved his ranking month-by-month...Captured his first career ATP clay court title in Houston (d. No. 2 Roddick)...Afterwards, climbed from 349 to No. 145...Did not win back-to-back matches again until June when he advanced to QF in Halle (l. to Novak)...Compiled a 14-13 match record through June and went 23-9 from July until rest of season...Began summer hard court circuit with title in Los Angeles, defeating No. 10 Agassi in QF and countryman Kiefer in F...In August, reached QF at AMS Cincinnati and lost 9-7 in third set to Roddick in 2nd RD at Athens Olympics...Turned in QF showing at US Open (l. to Hewitt) and closed season with SF in Vienna (l. to Canas) and Stockholm (l. to Agassi).
2003 -- Missed entire season due to injury...Underwent right rotator cuff surgery in New York on Dec. 20, 2002 and underwent arthroscopic surgery on same shoulder on July 18...Had a protected ATP Entry Ranking of No. 11 in '04
2002 -- The top German just missed finishing in Top 10 for second straight year (No. 11)...Reached his lone final of season at ATP Masters Series Rome where he lost to Agassi in straight sets...His best Grand Slam showing was SF at Australian Open for second time ('99)...Played most of second half of season with on-and-off right shoulder/elbow problems...Retired in three matches and withdrew in middle of another event...Had streak of 20 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments played come to an end with his withdrawal at Wimbledon...
At Australian Open, had a 2-1 sets lead vs. Safin until rain suspended play and forced closure of roof...Lost last two sets 60 62 for his lone five-set loss of year (4-1)...Missed six weeks due to injury and parents' accident on June 8...Returned and reached SF at AMS Toronto (d. Sampras, l. to Canas), Indianapolis and Long Island (W/D to Srichaphan) and each time going out to eventual champion...Then lost in four sets in 4th RD to eventual winner Sampras at US Open...Had a 18-12 mark in tie-breaks and went 26-13 on hard courts and finished No. 9 in aces (552)...Surpassed $1 million for third time in four years
2001 -- Finished as No. 1 player from his country for first time in three years with his first Top 10 year-end showing...Came within one match victory or a loss by Sebastien Grosjean in final tournament of regular season at Tennis Masters Series Paris of qualifying for Tennis Masters Cup...Instead went as an alternate...The Hamburg native compiled his best pro season with career-bests in ATP titles (4), match victories (57) and prize money ($1,544,640)...His four titles were most by a German since Boris Becker won five in 1996...Lost only three opening round matches in 25 tournaments...Eight of his 22 losses during year came to eventual champion...
His best stretch came from July through rest of season as he compiled a 32-8 match record with three titles, three SF and one QF in 11 tournaments...Went 25-13 in first half of year...Reunited with former coach David "Red" Ayme in July after working with three different coaches earlier in season...Opened campaign with a title in Adelaide, defeating Hewitt in QF, Stoltenberg in SF and Massu in F...Suffered a sprained left foot on Mar. 26 during his three-set win over Hrbaty at AMS Miami...Withdrew from his 4th RD match against Agassi and missed Davis Cup QF tie vs. The Netherlands...
Won his second title of year in Long Island (d. Sampras)...Lost to eventual champion Hewitt in four sets in 4th RD at US Open...Won back-to-back titles in Vienna (d. Canas) and first on home soil at ATP Masters Series Stuttgart (d. Henman, Hewitt, Mirnyi in row)...He became first German to win in successive weeks since Becker in 1992...Posted a 20-7 record in AMS play (third-most wins)...Also reached SF in Moscow and AMS Paris, losing to Grosjean who went on to win title and earn a spot in Sydney...Had second-most indoor match wins (23) behind Kafelnikov's 29...Compiled a 41-11 record on hard
2000 -- Reached three finals during season, including gold medal match at Sydney Olympics...Advanced to SF in Memphis, his best result in first four months...Was bothered by a hip injury in early part of year...Runner-up in Munich (l. to Squillari)...Reached 3rd RD at Roland Garros as well as Wimbledon where he lost 9-7 in fifth set to Rosset...
Played only one event between Wimbledon and US Open due to back injury (bulging disc) and lost in 2nd RD in Flushing Meadows to countryman Schuettler...Was contemplating pulling out of Sydney Olympics but decided to make trip...Posted impressive wins over Ferreira, Vinciguerra, Corretja, Mirnyi and Federer before losing in gold medal match to Kafelnikov in five sets (3 hours, 35 minutes)...Continued strong play by reaching final in Vienna with victories over Top 10 Corretja, and Frenchmen Clement, Golmard and Pioline (l. to Henman)
1999 -- Captured his first ATP title in Memphis, defeating two-time tournament winner T. Martin in SF and former No. 1 Courier in final...Also reached finals in Auckland (l. to Schalken), Stuttgart-outdoor (l. to Norman in five sets) and Grand Slam Cup-Munich in Munich (l. to Rusedski)...Turned in his best Grand Slam finish at Australian Open where he advanced to SF (d. Hewitt in 2nd, l. to eventual champ Kafelnikov)...Helped his country back into Davis Cup World Group with two wins over Romania
1998 -- Finished as No. 1 German for first time...Reached ATP final in Lyon (l. to Corretja) for second straight year after holding one match point...Also advanced to SF in Philadelphia and Scottsdale...Beat Agassi at Wimbledon en route to 3rd RD...Made Davis Cup debut and went 4-0 in singles in two ties and led Germany to ATP World Team Championship title with 4-0 mark
1997 -- Youngest player (19) to finish in Top 50 and made second-biggest jump among Top 50 players (155 positions)...Reached first ATP final in Lyon (d. No. 7 Kafelnikov in SF, l. to Santoro)
1996 -- Made ATP debut in Indianapolis as a wild card and beat D. Norman, Furlan and Woodforde before losing to No. 1 Sampras in QF...Weiden Challenger finalist (l. to Nydahl)
Failed to convert one match point versus Nieminen in 8-6 fifth set loss in Australian Open 1R…Finished runner-up in San Jose (l. to Raonic) in his 25th ATP World Tour final…Dropped to 8-2 in U.S. finals…
On 21 February, withdrew prior to Memphis 2R versus F. Lopez due to illness...Reached the Delray Beach SFs (l. to Gulbis in three sets)…
On 12 March, saved one match point at 4-5 in 76(2) 3rd set win versus Almagro in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells 3R…Fell in 4R (l. to del Potro)…
On 26 March, eight days short of his 35th birthday, defeated No. 1 Djokovic in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami 4R. He was the third oldest to beat No. 1 in the history of the Emirates ATP Rankings (since 23 August 1973), only behind Pozzi (2 days short of his 35th birthday) at 2000 Queen’s Club in London on June 15, 2000 (d. Agassi, ret). The oldest player to beat a No. 1: Rosewall (39 yrs., 8 mons), d. No. 1 Newcombe at QF in 1974 Wimbledon; it was just his second win in 14 attempts against a World No. 1 and first since 1999 Grand Slam Cup QFs versus Agassi…Became the first German to reach SFs after victory over Simon; fell in SFs (l. to Ferrer)…
One of three Germans to reach Munich SFs - also Brands and Kohlschreiber - representing the first time in tournament history and first time on the ATP World Tour since Hong Kong in April 1999…Went onto capture his 14th ATP World Tour trophy (d. Kohlschreiber in final)…Was the first 35 year old to win an ATP World Tour title since Santoro in Newport five years ago…Hamburg native Haas lifts a trophy on home soil for the fourth time…Fell in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid 3R (l. to Ferrer)…
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