- Age: 42 (02.04.1971)
- Birthplace: Sydney, NSW, Australia
- Residence: Orlando, Florida, USA
- Height: 5'10" (178 cm)
- Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1988
As of 03.03.2014
*Singles & Doubles combined
*Singles & Doubles combined
Full name is Todd Andrew Woodbridge...Won the Australian, French and Wimbledon Juniors doubles titles in 1988 and Australian and French Junior doubles in 1989...Won seven Grand Slam doubles titles as a junior... Finalist in singles at the Wimbledon Juniors (l. to Kulti) and at Australian Open Juniors in '87 and '89...The No. 1 junior doubles player in the world in 1987...A highly competitive golfer and has an eight handicap...Enjoys playing courses in Ireland and Scotland...Caddied for countryman Ian Baker-Finch in 1997 British Open and close friend of PGA Tour golfer Stuart Appleby...Began collecting fine wine as hobby in 1999 and now owns more than 400 bottles (often bids on wines at online auctions)...Named ATP Doubles Team of the Year (w/Woodforde) five times (1992, '95-96-97 and 2000)...Co-chairman of 1997 ATP Charities with Woodforde.
Wife, Natasha (married April 8, 1995 in Melbourne)... President of ATP Player Council in 2001-02...Daughter, Zara Rose (born Dec. 12, 2000); son, Beau Andrew (born Aug. 6, 2002)...Has a 28-11 career Davis Cup record (24-7 in doubles) in 31 ties since debut in 1991...Has Aussie Cup records for most doubles wins, most ties played and most years played (13)…Coached by former pro Desmond Tyson.
2004 -- The Aussie became all-time winningest doubles player in Open Era history…Won four titles and collected his 16th career Grand Slam crown with his ninth Wimbledon triumph…Played most of year with Bjorkman and duo finished season with SF at Tennis Masters Cup in Houston after going 3-0 in round robin play…Finished with a 36-12 match record together…In second week of season, they claimed title in Sydney (d. Bryan-Bryan)…With that victory, the Aussie claimed his 79th title, moving past Tom Okker for most doubles titles in Open Era…The team won two other titles and finished in top four of ATP Doubles Race for fourth year in a row…The tandem claimed their third straight Wimbledon title (d. Knowle-Zimonjic) and they improved to 5-0 in Grand Slam finals together…They also reached SF at Australian Open and final at Miami (l. to Black-Ullyett)…On clay, advanced to SF at back-to-back AMS events in Rome and Hamburg… Prior to Wimbledon, teamed with countryman Hanley to capture title in Nottingham…After his Wimbledon title, took a month off and returned at AMS Cincinnati where he reached final (l. to Knowles-Nestor)…In November, won Paris AMS (d. Black-Ullyett), his seventh different (of nine) ATP Masters Series title…Finished No. 6 individually in doubles for 14th consecutive season…Surpassed $10 million in career earnings by reaching SF at Tennis Masters Cup in Houston.
2003 -- A record-setting season for veteran Aussie who tied Tom Okker's mark for most career doubles titles in Open Era with 78...Also established Aussie Davis Cup records for most ties played (29), most years played (12) and most doubles wins (23) in leading his country to a 3-1 Davis Cup title over Spain...Went 4-0 in Davis Cup doubles play during year (3-0 w/Arthurs)...Teamed with Jonas Bjorkman for third straight year to compile a 36-14 match record and four titles in five finals, including Grand Slam crowns at Wimbledon and US Open...The Swedish-Aussie tandem got off to a slow start (12-8 record) in first five months of action before winning first ATP title on grass in Halle in June (d. Damm-Suk)...Continued strong play at Wimbledon where they came in as defending champions...Lost only one set en route to final and posted a four-set victory over Bhupathi-Mirnyi in title match...In first hard court tournament of summer at TMS Montreal, lost to Bhupathi-Mirnyi in final...At US Open, did not lose a set en route to final before rallying to win 57 60 75 over Bryan brothers...It was their fourth Grand Slam title together (4-0) and 15th career for the Aussie...After a one month break, traveled to Europe for indoor circuit and captured crown in Stockholm (d. Arthurs-Hanley), which gave Aussie his 78th career doubles title, tying him with Okker...Closed season with a 1-2 round robin mark at Tennis Masters Cup in Houston and Davis Cup win... Finished No. 4 in Doubles Race (w/Bjorkman) and No. 5 individually in doubles, his 13th consecutive Top 10 ranking.
2002 -- Won four titles to increase his career total to 74 and finished No. 5 in doubles, his 12th straight Top 10 season and won his seventh Wimbledon crown...For second straight year teamed with Swede Jonas Bjorkman and duo combined for a 42-12 record, winning four titles in six finals, and finishing No. 2 in ATP Doubles Race...Opened season with title in Auckland and three months later began clay court circuit with crown at TMS Monte Carlo...On grass, reached final in Halle and added his 13th career Grand Slam title at Wimbledon (d. Knowles-Nestor)...Returned to clay in Bastad and captured title in his tournament debut...Played only one summer hard court tournament prior to US Open due to birth of his second child (son, Beau) in August...Helped his country back into 2003 Davis Cup World Group by winning match against India...Did not play a singles match for first time in his career.
2001 -- Teamed with Swede Jonas Bjorkman to win three titles in seven finals...The duo finished No. 1 on ATP Doubles Race with a 42-11 match record...After opening season with runner-up in Adelaide (w/Arthurs), teamed with Bjorkman to reach final in Sydney, then captured his third career Australian Open crown (d. B. Black-Prinosil), his 12th career Grand Slam title (first without Woodforde)...Helped his country to Davis Cup final for third straight year (w/Arthurs), winning crucial SF over partner Bjorkman-Larsson in four tie-breaks...In March, reached back-to-back finals at TMS Indian Wells and Miami, and won titles at TMS Monte Carlo and Hamburg...Compiled a 13-match winning streak before losing in QF at Roland Garros...Finished No. 2 individually in doubles...Won mixed doubles title at US Open (w/ Stubbs), his sixth Slam mixed crown and 18th Slam title overall.
2000 -- Closed out season (w/Woodforde) by winning eight titles in nine finals and compiling a 55-8 record, highlighted by their first Roland Garros title (to complete a career Grand Slam) and sixth Wimbledon crown... They finished with 61 career titles, 11 coming in Grand Slam play, second all-time to countrymen Newcombe-Roche (12)...They were winningest doubles team in Open Era with 61 titles (in 80 finals)...During clay court circuit, captured first of five consecutive titles at TMS Hamburg and broke all-time team record of 57 titles by winning their first Roland Garros crown (d. Haarhuis-Stolle)...On grass captured titles at Queen's and Wimbledon...In August, won TMS Cincinnati for fifth title in a row...Their all-time winning streak of 28 matches came to an end in SF at Indianpolis (l. to Hewitt-Stolle)...They closed their illustrious career with a silver medal performance at Sydney Olympics, losing to Canadians Lareau-Nestor.
1999 -- Captured three titles in eight finals, winning twice with long-time partner Mark Woodforde...Qualified for a ninth consecutive ATP Tour World Doubles Championship and reached SF...Reached SF at Australian Open followed by titles in San Jose and Memphis...Went on to reach finals at five more events...Teamed with Courier to win title in Orlando hometown stop and partnered with Draper to win Surbiton Challenger... Compiled 43-17 match record (w/Woodforde).
1998 -- Reached singles SF in Adelaide and Chennai...In doubles with Woodforde, won five titles-Sydney, San Jose, Memphis, Munich and Singapore - and reached finals at five other events including Australian Open and Wimbledon.
1997 -- Finished a year-end best No. 26 in singles and won his second ATP title in Adelaide (d. Draper)...Also finalist in Memphis (l. to Chang), and Grand-Slam best SF at Wimbledon...Won five doubles titles in seven finals, capturing his second Australian Open and fifth consecutive Wimbledon crown (w/Woodforde)... Became first team in 20th century to win five straight Wimbledons...Also reached final at Roland Garros...Only team in Open Era to win at least one Grand Slam six consecutive years...Finished as No. 1 team for fourth time in six years and compiled 52-13 record together...Also helped Australia to Davis Cup SF with 3-0 record and final of Peugeot ATP Tour World Team Championship (l. to Spain)...Earned a career-high $1,335,918.
1996 -- Finished with 105 combined singles and doubles wins, second only to Kafelnikov...Reached his first career TMS final in Toronto (l. to Ferreira)...In doubles, he and Woodforde won 12 titles in 13 finals, most by a team since Fleming-McEnroe won 15 in 1979...They won a record fourth consecutive Wimbledon (d. Black-Connell)...They won gold medal at Atlanta Olympics (d. Broad-Henman), repeated as US Open champions, first team to do so since countrymen Emerson-Stolle won in 1965-66...Ranked No. 1 individually every week during year and finished co-No. 1 (w/Woodforde) for second consecutive year...Won ATP World Doubles Championship in Hartford (d. Lareau-O'Brien)... Compiled a 67-10 record.
1995 -- Won his first career ATP singles title in Coral Springs (d. Rusedski) and was runner-up in Nottingham (l. to Frana)...In doubles, won seven titles (w/Woodforde), including Wimbledon for third consecutive year...Won first US Open together and won in Sydney, Miami, Pinehurst, Coral Springs and Cincinnati...Finished No. 1 in the Team Rankings for the first time since 1992 and compiled a 57-13 record...Also finished No. 1 individually in doubles...Qualified for ATP World Doubles Championship, where they advanced to SF.
1994 -- Finalist in Newport (l. to Wheaton)...Won five doubles titles on all four surfaces...Finalist at Queen's, US Open and the ATP World Doubles Championship (l. to Apell-Bjorkman)...Finished No. 2 (w/Woodforde) in the Team Rankings with 54-15 record and No. 5 individually.
1993 -- Singles finalist in Seoul (l. to C. Adams)...Doubles winner (w/Woodforde) in Adelaide, Memphis, Queen's, Wimbledon, Stockholm, runner-up at ATP World Doubles Championship (l. to Eltingh-Haarhuis)...Finished No. 3 in Team Rankings...Broke John McEnroe's 1979-80 record of 19 doubles titles without losing in a final set, winning 21 in a row before World Championship loss...Won all three doubles matches in Davis Cup, leading Australia to final (l. to Germany).
1992 -- Won eight doubles titles, including Australian Open and ATP World Doubles Championship, finishing as No. 1 team in world (w/Woodforde)...Surpassed $1 million in career earnings.
1991 -- Reached SF in Copenhagen...Won six doubles titles, four with Woodforde and SF at ATP World Doubles Championship.
1990 -- Reached his first ATP final in New Haven (l. to Rostagno)...Won his first two career doubles titles in Casablanca (w/Youl) and Brisbane (w/Stoltenberg)...Captured US Open mixed doubles (w/Liz Smylie).
1989 -- Became first player to beat Sampras at Wimbledon (l. to Edberg in 2nd RD).
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