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Player Profiles

Lleyton Hewitt

Lleyton Hewitt
Country:
Australia
Birth Date:
24 February 1981
Birth Place:
Adelaide, Australia
Residence:
Nassau, Bahamas
Height:
5 ft. 11 in. (1.8 metres)
Weight:
170 lbs. (77.3 kilos)
Plays:
Right
43
Current Singles Ranking
165
Current Doubles Ranking

Tournament Info

Wimbledon Championships Played:
16
Events Entered:
Gentlemen's Singles, Gentlemen's Doubles
Best Singles Performance:
Champion (2002)
Best Doubles Performance:
3rd Round (1999, 2012, 2014)

Player Overview

Year turned pro:
1998
Career matches won:
603
Career matches lost:
248
Year to date matches won:
12
Year to date matches lost:
12
Current 52 week rank for singles:
43
Current 52 week rank for doubles:
165
High rank for singles:
1
High rank for doubles:
18
Career Prize Money:
$20,272,892 USD
Year to date prize money for singles:
$311,046 USD
Year to date prize money for doubles:
$42,922 USD

Grand Slam Singles Results

YearAustralian OpenRoland GarrosWimbledonUS Open
19971ST
19981ST
19992ND1ST3RD3RD
20004TH4TH1STSF
20013RDQF4THWON
20021ST4THWONSF
20034TH3RD1STQF
20044THQFQFRUP
2005RUPSFSF
20062ND4THQFQF
20073RD4TH4TH2ND
20084TH3RD4TH
20091ST3RDQF3RD
20104TH3RD4TH1ST
20111ST2ND
20124TH1ST1ST3RD
20131ST1ST2ND4TH
20141ST1ST2ND

Grand Slam Doubles Results

YearAustralian OpenRoland GarrosWimbledonUS Open
19983RD
19992ND3RD
20003RD2NDWON
20061ST
20081ST
20111ST
20122ND3RD
20131ST
20141ST1ST3RD

Legend

WON = Champion
RUP = Runner Up
SF = Semi-Finalist
QF = Quarter-Finalist
4TH = Lost in Fourth Round
3RD = Lost in Third Round
2ND = Lost in Second Round
1ST = Lost in First Round
Bio information courtesy of the ATP

Biography

Lleyton Hewitt's terrior-like battling qualities on a tennis court are known the world over. The gutsy Australian is very much in the twilight of his career but as anyone who comes up against him knows, he won't go away easily. Hewitt enjoyed a dramatic rise to the summit of the men's game in the early 2000s, winning the 2001 US Open, and most memorably, the 2002 Wimbledon title. He definined a new style of tennis by grinding it out for each and every point on the baseline.

No.2 Court - Gentlemen's Singles - Round 2
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
Jerzy Janowicz POL (15)
 
7
6
67
4
6
 
 
5
4
79
6
3

No.3 Court - Gentlemen's Singles - Round 1
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
 
6
614
6
6
 
 
2
716
1
4

Court 6 - Gentlemen's Doubles - Round 3
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
Julian Knowle AUT (9)
  Marcelo Melo BRA (9)
 
6
62
77
6
 
Chris Guccione AUS 
  Lleyton Hewitt AUS 
 
3
77
65
3

Court 16 - Gentlemen's Doubles - Round 2
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
Chris Guccione AUS 
  Lleyton Hewitt AUS 
 
7
6
6
 
Lukasz Kubot POL (7)
  Robert Lindstedt SWE (7)
 
5
3
4

Court 10 - Gentlemen's Doubles - Round 1
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
Chris Guccione AUS 
  Lleyton Hewitt AUS 
 
77
6
6
 
 
65
3
3

2014 Statistics

Wimbledon Singles Results
Round1R2R3R4RQFSFF
Sets played 4 5     
Tie breaks played 1 1     
Total games 38 54     
Winners 37 41     
Unforced errors 20 22     
Service points won 79 105     
Return games won 8 3     
Total points 148 168     
1st serves in 67 104     
% 1st serves in 55 62     
Total aces 8 13     
Total double faults 4 3     
1st serve points won 50 70     
% 1st serve points won 75 67     
% 2nd Serve points won 54 55     
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