Tomas Berdych
Tomas Berdych
Tomas Berdych
Tomas Berdych
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Began playing tennis as a 5-year-old at a tennis center in his hometown.
    • Father, Martin, was a train engineer; mother, Hana, is a doctor.
    • Favourite surface is hard and favourite shots are forehand and serve.
    • Dream opponent is Pete Sampras.
    • Big fan of ice hockey and supports Detroit Red Wings of NHL.
    • Appeared in 2014 ESPN The Magazine Body Issue.
    • Wife, Ester.
    • Fitness trainer is Azuz Simcich.
    • Missed 5 months in 2018 and 5months in 2019due to back injury.
    • Played at 52 straight Grand Slams before withdrawing from 2016 US Open (appendicitis) and 64 straight ATP Masters 1000 events before withdrawing from 2017 Montreal (rib).

    (UPDATED 28 AUGUST 2019)

    • Achieved career-high No. 4 on 18 May 2015 following run to ATP Masters 1000 Rome QF. Broke into Top 10 on 23 October 2006 after advancing to ATP Masters 1000 Madrid SF. Finished 7 straight seasons in Top 10 (2010-16) and 12 in Top 20 (2006-17). Ranked in Top 100 for 794 straight weeks from 2004-19.
    • Qualified 6 straight years for Nitto ATP Finals, losing to World No. 1 in all 6 appearances (2010-15). Reached SF in 2011.
    • Owns 13 ATP Tour titles, including 2005 Paris as World No. 50. Remains lowest-ranked ATP Masters 1000 champion since No. 57 Woodruff at 1997 Montreal. Earned 50+ wins in 5 straight years (2011-15), then celebrated 600th win over Berlocq in 2017 ATP Masters 1000 Rome 2R.
    • Defeated No. 2 Federer and No. 3 Djokovic before falling to No. 1 Nadal in 1st Grand Slam final at 2010 Wimbledon. One of 5 active players to reach all 4 Grand Slam SFs (also Big Four). One of 3 players to beat Big Four at Grand Slams (also Tsonga, Wawrinka). Three of 4 wins over World No. 1 came vs. Federer (other vs. Djokovic).
    • Led Czech Republic to Davis Cup titles in 2012 and 2013, as well as 2009 final. Played longest rubber ever in 2013 1R w/Rosol (d. Chiudinelli/Wawrinka 24-22 in 5th after 7h1m). Owns 50-17 Davis Cup record (21-2 in doubles).


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