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(born 24 April 1978) is a former professional tennis player from the Czech Republic.
was the defending champion, but Ivan Dodig defeated him in the quarterfinals.
David Ferrer / Santiago Ventura defeated
/ Tomáš Zíb 4–6, 6–1, 6–4
Stéphane Robert won in the final 7–6(5), 7–6(5), against
Stéphane Robert def.
, 7–6(5), 7–6(5)
Dušan Lojda won the title by defeating
6–7, 6–2, 7–6 in the final.
Jaroslav Levinský and David Škoch were the defending champions, but Levinský did not participate this year. Škoch partnered
, losing in the semifinals.
David Ferrer and Santiago Ventura won the title by defeating
and Tomáš Zíb 4–6, 6–1, 6–4 in the final.
In doubles, Popp made the final of Newport in 2002 (partnering Jürgen Melzer) and the semifinals of the Ho Chi Minh City championships in 2005 (partnering
She has been previously coached by
(parted ways with him in late 2016). Her current coach is David Kotyza.
At the end of the season she changed coaches.
was substitued by David Kotyza, former coach of compatriot and two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitová.
Squillari won 3 ATP Tour singles titles (all in Germany) and got to the semifinal of the 2000 French Open where he defeated Alexander Popp,
, Karol Kučera, Younes El Aynaoui and future champion Albert Costa, before losing to Magnus Norman. He went on to reach the fourth round the following year as well. He reached three Masters quarterfinals: Rome in 1999, Cincinnati in 2000 and Hamburg in 2001.
He followed that up with a Challenger championship in Finland, beating #116 Raemon Sluiter and #100 Peter Luczak to reach a career-high ranking of #226. In August, he made two straight Challenger finals in Italy and Germany to break into the top-200 for the first time and reach #165, beating #250 Davide Sanguinetti, #117 Boris Pašanski, and #136 Bohdan Ulihrach while losing to #116
and #289 Ivo Minář.
During the off-season in 2016, Kvitová announced
as her new coach going into 2017. However, shortly before Christmas, she suffered a robbery at her home in the Czech Republic, getting her left hand stabbed with a knife. She will spend at least the first six months of the year recovering from the injuries, thus ruling her out of all tournaments in that period. An exact date has yet to be determined for her return to competition.
His first ATP level match was at the Ordina Open where he lost to Igor Andreev in straight sets. After his junior US Open title he won back to back futures tournaments in Madrid on hard court and rose 300 places to career high ranking of 477. The achievement attracted enough attention to earn him a wildcard into the Mutua Madrileña Madrid Open qualifying draw where he lost to then No. 64 Florent Serra of France. After being granted another wildcard to the Davidoff Swiss Indoors qualifying draw and defeated No. 122
in three sets in the first round for his first ATP level win, before losing to Julian Reister.
The singles competition was won by Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga who was the top seed for the tournament. On his route to the final he faced unseeded players Thiago Alves, Denis Istomin and Frederico Gil, as well as seventh seed Kristof Vliegen in the quarter-finals, winning them all in straight sets for the loss of only 22 games. His final opponent was his fellow countryman, the fifth-seeded Jérémy Chardy who had progressed against
, qualifiers Marco Chiudinelli and Sébastien de Chaunac in straight sets before a more tricky test against second seed David Ferrer. In the final Tsonga came through 7–6, 6–4 to take the title.
He made two main draw appearances at the Australian Open. At the 2005 Australian Open he and Shannon Nettle received a wild card for the men's doubles event. They were beaten in the first round by ninth seeds Cyril Suk and Pavel Vízner. He also featured in the main draw of the 2006 Australian Open, in the men's doubles with Todd Reid. Again facing an all Czech pairing in the opening round, Kadir and his partner narrowly lost to Ivo Minář and
Tipsarević played in 15 ATP tournaments in 2005 and broke into the top 100 for the first time. He also reached the second rounds of the Australian Open and French Open. He lost to Dominik Hrbatý in the Australian Open, but was able to beat him at Roland Garros. He also reached the third round of Wimbledon, beating Tommy Haas and Yen-Hsun Lu, but then lost to Thomas Johansson. In doubles, he partnered with
to win the Napoli Challenger title. He also reached the quarterfinals with fellow Serb Novak Djokovic in the Croatia Open Umag and the Vietnam Open with Marcos Baghdatis.
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