Thiemo de Bakker
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- Age: 26 (19.09.1988)
- Birthplace: The Hague, The Netherlands
- Residence: Gravenzande, The Netherlands
- Height: 6'4" (193 cm)
- Weight: 182 lbs (83 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Coach: Melle Van Gemerden
- Website: http://thiemodebakker.com
As of 20.04.2015
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
de Bakker DEUCE Feature (Aug. 2010)
2014 -- Represented The Netherlands in Davis Cup World Group play-off tie versus Croatia, losing to Cilic in four sets in deciding rubber…
2013 -- Partnering Huta Galung for just the second time, the pair reached the Rotterdam final (l. to Lindstedt-Zimonjic 10-8 in Match TB)…On grass swing, reached 's-Hertogenbosch SFs (l. to Mirnyi-Tecau)…On 11 July, saved four match points versus Troicki in 76(6) third set tie-break win in Bastad 2R…On 12 July, recorded third Top 10 win of career over No. 6 Berdych in Bastad QFs, losing to Berlocq in SFs…On 20 August, retired due to toe injury at 24 in third set versus Melzer in Winston-Salem 2R…Helped Netherlands to 5-0 Davis Cup World Group play-off win over Austria, beating Melzer in singles rubber…
2010 -- The top Dutchman played his first full season on ATP World Tour and cut his ranking in half for his first Top 50 finish…Posted a personal-high 28 match wins and reached his first two ATP World Tour SFs…Began season with first QF in Chennai…In April, advanced to maiden SF in Barcelona with wins over No. 10 Tsonga and Ferrero (l. to Soderling)…Advanced to 3rd RD in last three Grand Slam tournaments, Roland Garros (l. to Tsonga), Wimbledon (l. to Mathieu) and US Open (l. to Soderling)…In August in New Haven, reached SF (l. to Stakhovsky)…Had 2-6 mark vs. Top 10 opponents…Earned a career-high $534,276.
2009 -- The young Dutchman became first player from his country to finish in Top 100 since Raemon Sluiter was No. 82 in 2004…Moved over 150 ranking positions from previous year highlighted by a 35-13 match record in Challengers with four titles…In March played in Davis Cup first round tie in Argentina and lost to Monaco in second rubber and Chela in dead rubber…Followed by qualifying at Caltanissetta Challenger in Italy and reached final (l. to countryman Huta Galung)…In May qualified in Munich and beat No. 30 Schuettler (l. to Hewitt)…In August, captured title at Tampere Challenger (d. Luczak)…From second week in August through first week in September, won three straight titles at Vigo, Spain (d. Ascione), San Sebastian, Spain (d. Krajinovic) and Brasov, Romania (d. Riba)…His 18-match winning streak ended with SF loss at Alphen aan den Rijn (l. to Russell)...Played in Davis Cup World Group play-off tie vs. France and beat No. 13 Monfils in first rubber and lost to No. 7 Tsonga in four sets in fourth rubber…Closed season with QF at Kolding and SF at Seoul Challengers…Earned a career-high $87,791.
2008 -- Advanced to first Challenger final at Calatanissetta (l. to Huta Galung)…Won two Futures at home on clay… Reached SF at Scheveningen Challenger and QFs at Napoli, Manerbio and Alphen aan den Rijn Challengers…
2007 -- Reached QF at Alphen aan den Rijn Challenger (l. to Huta Galung)….
2006 -- Won first ATP World Tour match in Amersfoort (d. Benneteau)…Secured first two Future titles in Portugal on hard courts.
On 18 February, retired due to stomach injury at 67(8) 02 versus Ferrer in Rio de Janeiro 2R…
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