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Player history

2001 - 5 Futures, 1 quarter-final

2002 - 11 Challenger tournaments played, 1 quarter-final

2003 - First Futures title in Germany and the first Challenger final in Oberstaufen

2004 - First ATP quarter-final in Palermo, 2 Challenger semi-finals

2005 - 19 ATP wins and the first finish inside the Top 100. First Masters 1000 quarter-final in Hamburg, and last 8 appearance in Gstaad and Stuttgart. Semi-final run in Palermo and the quarter-final in Metz

2006 - 20 ATP wins in total and the first 5 came in the opening weeks of the season in Adelaide and Sydney. Semi-final in Nottingham and in Bergamo and Sunrise Challengers

2007 - 22 ATP wins and the place inside the Top 50 for the first time. Lost in the final of strong Challenger in Sunrise and he reached his first final in Gstaad, losing to Paul-Henri Mathieu

2008 - 30 ATP wins in total with a semi-final in Hamburg and he also won Bergamo Challenger

2009 - 24 ATP wins in total with the semi-final in Belgrade and Umag, and he claimed San Marino Challenger

2010 - Semi-final in Hamburg and Umag and a Challenger title in Kitzbuhel

2011 - First ATP title in Eastbourne and Challenger crown in Bergamo and Mons

2012 - ATP title in Belgrade and the quarter-final in Rome, losing to Federer. 4th round at Wimbledon, final in Metz and another title in Moscow

2013 - 5 ATP semi-finals and 30 ATP wins in total. He lost in the 4th round of the Australian Open, Miami, and Wimbledon, and he closed the season with a Challenger title in Ortisei

2014 - 6 ATP quarter-finals and title defense in Ortisei Challenger. 24 wins and 30 defeats 

2015 - Semi-final run in Doha and victory over Roger Federer in the third round of the Australian Open before losing to Nick Kyrgios by 8-6 in the 5th set in R4. First ATP final since 2012 in Zagreb, defeated by Guillermo-Garcia Lopez, and he lost to Federer in the final of Halle. Semi-final in Hamburg and he dropped 6 out of the last 7 matches of the season he played

2016 - Andreas played in the semi-final of Nottingham and in 4 additional quarter-finals, finishing the season with 20 wins from 45 matches

2017 - Italian opened the season with a 4th round at the Australian Open, losing to Stan Wawrinka in 3 tie breaks, and he couldn't win back-to-back matches until Antalya in June, losing to Adrian Mannarino in the semi-final. He advanced to the last 8 in Moscow and finished the year with a quarter-final in Bratislava and Brescia Challengers to stay in the Top 100 for another year

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