Marcos Baghdatis
Marcos Baghdatis
Marcos Baghdatis
Marcos Baghdatis
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Began playing tennis at age 5 with his father and 2 brothers, Marinos and Petros, who played Davis Cup.
    • Father, Christos, owns a clothing store in Cyprus; mother, Andry; sister, Zena, was adopted as a 1-month-old.
    • Idols growing up werePatrick Rafter, Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras.
    • Favourite surface is hard. Considers himself a baseliner, with his serve andforehand as his biggest weapons.
    • Enjoys playing and watching football. Favourite teams are Apollo in Cyprus and Manchester United.
    • Named 2005 Man of the Yearin Cyprus.
    • Wife, Karolina Sprem,is former WTA No. 17; daughters, Zahara and India; son, Zeus.
    • Fitness trainer is Antonis Kezoz.
    • Underwent right arm surgery on 9 February 2005. Retired from 5 matches and withdrew from 9 events in 2017 due to ankle, foot, back and arm injuries.
    • Played final match of career in 2019 Wimbledon 2R vs. Berrettini.


    • Finished 12 straight seasons in Top 100 (2005-16). Achieved career-high No. 8 on 21 August 2006 soon after run to Wimbledon SF. Spent 13 weeks of 2006 season in Top 10. Ended 2003 as World No. 1 junior.
    • Owns 4-10record in ATP singles finals with 6straight losses. Won titles at 2006 Beijing, 2007 Zagreb, 2009 Stockholm and 2010 Sydney. Captured 4 of his 10 Challenger titles in 2014 at Nottingham, GBR; Vancouver, CAN; Aptos, USAand Geneva, SUI. Earned 20+ wins in 8 seasons (2006-07, 2009-12, 2015-16), highlighted by career-high 48 victories in 2007. Won tour-level debut at 2004 Athens Olympics (d. Carraz).
    • Broke through to 2006 Australian Open final as 20-year-old ranked 54th, beating Roddick, then both Ljubicic and Nalbandian in 5 sets (l. to No. 1 Federer). Remains youngest Australian Open finalist since Moya in 1997 andlowest-ranked Grand Slam finalist since No. 86 Safin at 2004 Australian Open. Reached 4R-or-better at all 4 Grand Slams, most recently 2016 US Open.Won 2003 Australian Open junior titleand reached US Open junior finals in 2002and 2003.
    • Advanced to ATP Masters 1000 SFs at 2007 Paris and 2010 Cincinnati. Reached 2006 Indian Wells QF inATP Masters 1000 debut.Defeated No. 1 Federer in 2010 Indian Wells 3R and No. 1 Nadal in 2010 Cincinnati QF.
    • Boasts 47-4 Davis Cup singles record with all-time record 36-match singles win streak from 2003 through 2016. Made Davis Cup debut at age 14 on 19 January 2000 (w/Leontisd. Letseka/Motsepa).


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