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TAYLOR FRITZ

Nationality:
USA
Height:
193cm
Weight:
86kg
Age:
22
Handedness:
right
Points:
1315
RANKING
#32
Pro year: 2015
Best singles rank: #25 (08.2019)
Best doubles rank: #120 (11.2019)
Victory/Loss 2019
SurfaceVLTot
Unknown 2 2 4
Hardcourt indoor 2 3 5
Hardcourt outdoor 17 14 31
Grass 7 3 10
Red clay 12 8 20
Total: 40 30 70

LATEST RESULTS
M.Berrettini
57 76 62 20 Nov
D.Shapovalov
67 36 19 Nov
S.Tsitsipas
67 36 30 Oct
F.Tiafoe
67 63 46 29 Oct
A.de
63 63 23 Oct
A.Zverev
76 64 22 Oct
Y.Nishioka
75 64 16 Oct
K.Khachanov
26 46 9 Oct
F.Verdasco
67 76 46 6 Oct
R.Opelka
36 46 1 Oct

Player history

2014 - Eight Futures played, two quarter-finals

2015 - Taylor combined junior events with professional tournaments and he reached two Futures semi-finals before the US Open (he won the junior singles title there). Then, he claimed back-to-back Challenger titles in Sacramento and Fairfield, losing two sets in 10 matches, finishing the season in the Top 200 after another final in Champaign

2016 - Taylor opened the season with a Challenger title at Happy Valley, playing his first Grand Slam tournament at the Australian Open. In Memphis, Fritz advanced into the final, losing to Kei Nishikori for his biggest result on the Tour (the youngest ATP finals since Nishikori at Delray Beach back in 2008), and he entered the Top 100 after reaching the quarter-final at ATP 500 event in Acapulco as a qualifier. He won his first Masters 1000 match in Miami and pushed Roger Federer to the limits on the grass in Stuttgart. Finished the season with 15 ATP wins overall, including a quarter-final in Atlanta and one win in Shanghai Masters for the place in the Top 80 at the end of the season

2017 - Fritz failed to repeat the last season, winning 13 ATP matches and finishing outside the Top 100. He lost in the final of Dallas Challenger to Ryan Harrison before reaching the third round at Indian Wells, his best result on the Tour until Los Cabos where he played in the quarter-final. Taylor played in the last eight in Winston-Salem and Chengdu as well, closing the season with seven Challenger wins in Ho Chi Minh City, Knoxville and Champaig

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