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LUKAS LACKO

Nationality:
Slovakia
Height:
188cm
Weight:
87kg
Age:
32
Handedness:
right
Points:
280
RANKING
#184
Pro year: 2005
Best singles rank: #44 (01.2013)
Best doubles rank: #170 (07.2010)
Victory/Loss 2019
SurfaceVLTot
Hardcourt indoor 2 4 6
Carpet indoor 8 1 9
Hardcourt outdoor 15 14 29
Grass 3 4 7
Red clay 0 1 1
Total: 28 24 52

LATEST RESULTS
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46 63 16 6 Nov
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75 76 5 Nov
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67 63 63 1 Nov
J.Smith
57 36 31 Oct
D.Novak
64 46 64 30 Oct
M.Wiskandt
64 61 28 Oct
T.Robredo
10 28 Oct
B.van
22 Oct
M.Cressy
36 06 20 Oct
J.Lenz
63 36 76 19 Oct

Player history

2004 - 4 Futures wins and Challenger debut in Kosice

2005 - 6 Futures finals with 2 titles in Italy and Ukraine on clay, ending the season ranked 421st

2006 - 2 Futures titles from 3 finals and a Challenger final in Binghamton, good enough for the place in the Top 250

2007 - First Grand Slam tournament at the Australian Open, as a qualifier, and he settled into Top 150 after reaching 3 Challenger finals, with a title in Kolding. Lost the last 4 matches he played

2008 - He qualified for the Australian Open once again but the other results were not that good, with just 3 Challenger quarter-finals, finishing outside Top 300

2009 - Lukas bounced back with 4 Futures titles by April and he won 2 Challenger crowns in Fergana and Seoul, with 4 more semi-finals. This was the first season he concluded in the Top 100

2010 - Another Top 100 year with 19 ATP wins and 5 quarter-final appearances in Chennai, Zagreb, Memphis, Halle, and Atlanta. Closed the year with a final run in Ortisei Challenger as a qualifier, losing to Michal Przysiezny

2011 - Lukas scored 4 ATP wins in the first 5 tournaments he played but the rest of the season was reserved for Challengers, winning titles in Izmir and Bratislava

2012 - 13 ATP wins and the place in the Top 50 for the first time. He advanced to the third round at the Australian Open as a qualifier and played in his first ATP final in Zagreb 2 weeks later, losing to Mikhail Youzhny. He also reached Wimbledon 3rd round and finished the season with a good Challenger run, reaching the semi-final in Bratislava and winning title in Helsinki

2013 - 3 ATP quarter-finals in Doha, Auckland, and Tokyo, with a Challenger final in Granby and a title in Bratislava

2014 - Another season inside the Top 100 after 14 ATP wins and quarter-finals in Atlanta and Shenzhen. He also won Challenger in Tashkent

2015 - 3 ATP wins and 1 Challenger title from 5 titles, finishing the season outside the Top 100

2016 - A similar season to the previous one, with 4 ATP wins including 2 at Wimbledon. He also made one Challenger final and played in additional 4 semi-finals

2017 - He reached the third round in Melbourne as a qualifier and in his first ATP quarter-final since 2014 in Atlanta. Won indoor Challengers in Bratislava and Brescia to finish inside the Top 100

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