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Player Profiles

David Nalbandian

David Nalbandian
Country:
Argentina
Birth Date:
1 January 1982
Birth Place:
Cordoba, Argentina
Residence:
Cordoba, Argentina
Height:
5 ft. 11 in. (1.8 metres)
Weight:
175 lbs. (79.5 kilos)
Plays:
Right
187
Current Singles Ranking
450
Current Doubles Ranking

Tournament Info

Wimbledon Championships Played:
8
Events Entered:
Best Singles Performance:
Finalist (2002)
Best Doubles Performance:
2nd Round (2003)

Player Overview

Year turned pro:
2000
Career matches won:
383
Career matches lost:
192
Year to date matches won:
6
Year to date matches lost:
5
Current 52 week rank for singles:
187
Current 52 week rank for doubles:
450
High rank for singles:
3
High rank for doubles:
105
Career Prize Money:
$11,123,125 USD
Year to date prize money for singles:
$84,215 USD
Year to date prize money for doubles:
$1,195 USD

Grand Slam Singles Results

YearAustralian OpenRoland GarrosWimbledonUS Open
2001---3RD
20022ND3RDRUP1ST
2003QF2ND4THSF
2004QFSF-2ND
2005QF4THQFQF
2006SFSF3RD2ND
20074TH4TH3RD3RD
20083RD2ND1ST3RD
20092ND---
2010---3RD
20112ND-3RD3RD
20122ND1ST1ST-

Grand Slam Doubles Results

YearAustralian OpenRoland GarrosWimbledonUS Open
20031ST1ST2ND-
2006--1ST-

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

David Nalbandian began playing tennis at the age of five in Cordoba, the second-largest city in Argentina. The talented shotmaker made his name on the ATP Tour by reaching the 2002 Wimbledon final on his debut at The Championships. In a battle of the baseliners on Centre Court, Lleyton Hewitt won their match comfortably. Nalbandian has reached the semi-finals at each of the other three Grand Slam tournaments, ventured to as high as number three in the world and won the Tennis Masters Cup in 2005 against Roger Federer.

Matches

No Completed Matches.

Statistics

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