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Player Profiles

Yen-Hsun Lu

Yen-Hsun Lu
Country:
Chinese Taipei (Taiwan)
Birth Date:
14 August 1983
Birth Place:
Taipei, Chinese Taipei
Residence:
Taipei, Chinese Taipei
Height:
5 ft. 11 in. (1.8 metres)
Weight:
163 lbs. (74.1 kilos)
Plays:
Right
64
Current Singles Ranking
125
Current Doubles Ranking

Tournament Info

Wimbledon Championships Played:
10
Events Entered:
Gentlemen's Singles, Gentlemen's Doubles
Best Singles Performance:
Quarter Finalist (2010)
Best Doubles Performance:
3rd Round (2010)

Player Overview

Year turned pro:
2001
Career matches won:
100
Career matches lost:
154
Year to date matches won:
15
Year to date matches lost:
15
Current 52 week rank for singles:
64
Current 52 week rank for doubles:
125
High rank for singles:
33
High rank for doubles:
86
Career Prize Money:
$2,789,273 USD
Year to date prize money for singles:
$349,649 USD
Year to date prize money for doubles:
$46,408 USD

Grand Slam Singles Results

YearAustralian OpenRoland GarrosWimbledonUS Open
2004--2ND1ST
20051ST-2ND-
20061ST-1ST-
20072ND1ST1ST-
20081ST-1ST2ND
20093RD1ST1ST1ST
20101ST1STQF1ST
20111ST1ST3RD1ST
20123RD1ST1ST1ST
20132ND2ND2ND2ND

Grand Slam Doubles Results

YearAustralian OpenRoland GarrosWimbledonUS Open
20053RD---
20071ST---
2008---1ST
20091ST1ST1ST3RD
20101ST-3RD1ST
20112ND1ST--
2012-2ND2ND1ST
20132ND1ST1ST3RD

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

In 2010, Lu Yen-Hsun became the first Taiwanese player to reach the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam tournament, beating American Andy Roddick in an epic five set fourth round match. He is currently ranked inside the world's top 100 and nicknamed himself "Rendy" from a young age because his English teacher had a difficult time with his first name.

Court 19 - Gentlemen's Doubles - First round
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
Ricardas Berankis LTU 
  Yen-Hsun Lu TPE 
 
2
4
1
 
 
6
6
6

No.1 Court - Gentlemen's Singles - Second round
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
 
3
3
5
 
Andy Murray GBR (2)
 
6
6
7

Court 12 - Gentlemen's Singles - First round
Pts
1
2
3
4
5
James Ward GBR 
 
77
4
611
64
 
 
64
6
713
77

2013 Statistics

Wimbledon Singles Results
Round1R2R3R4RQFSFF
Sets played 4 3     
Tie breaks played 3 0     
Total games 49 30     
Winners 57 29     
Unforced errors 32 27     
Service points won 116 62     
Return games won 2 0     
Total points 172 80     
1st serves in 113 71     
% 1st serves in 67 66     
Total aces 12 1     
Total double faults 3 5     
1st serve points won 85 49     
% 1st serve points won 75 69     
% 2nd Serve points won 55 35     

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