Juan Pablo Brzezicki Bio

  • 2007 IN REVIEW The Buenos Aires native compiled his best season with consistent results in Challenger play
  • Compiled a 40-24 match record and won one title while reaching two other finals
  • Also turned in his best career Grand Slam result at Roland Garros by reaching 3rd RD
  • Opened season with runner-up effort at La Serena Challenger (l. to Zabaleta) in Chile
  • In March, won title at Salinas (Ecuador) Challenger (d. Daniel)
  • In between, reached SF at Florianopolis (l. to Hernandez)
  • In May, advanced to final at Tunica Challenger (l. to Cuevas) and followed with SF at Forest Hills (l. to Goldstein)
  • Then qualified at Roland Garros, defeating Kendrick and Garcia-Lopez (for his only ATP match wins of season) before losing to former champion Moya in straght sets
  • Three months later, posted SF result at Manta Challenger (l. to Soeda)
  • In doubles, captured first ATP title in Amersfoort (w/Guzman) and won Naples Challenger (w/L. Mayer)
  • Also runner-up at Szczecin Challenger (w/Guzman)
  • Earned a career-high $128,160. CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 2000--Reached two Argentine Futures finals and SF in three other events
  • 2001--Won three straight Argentine Futures titles and SF in three other Futures stops
  • 2002--Won Mexico Futures #1 and runner-up at Mexico Futures #3
  • Also SF at three Futures
  • 2003--Won El Salvador Futures and Portugal #4 Futures and runner-up at Guatemala Futures and Togliatti Challenger (l. to Sela)
  • 2004--Runner-up at Canada #2 Futures in Edmonton and Australia #2 Futures
  • In Challenger play, reached finals in Canberra (l. to Luczak) and Poznan (l. to Zib) and SF at Ljubljana (l. to Phau) and Santiago (l. to N. Lapentti)
  • 2005--Advanced to SF in five Challengers -- Sao Paulo, Leon, Bermuda, Tunica, Forest Hills -- and QF in three others
  • Qualified for his first Grand Slam tournament at Roland Garros (l. to No. 8 Henman)
  • 2006--Best results were SF at Sassuolo and Guayaquil Challengers and QF in three other Challengers. PERSONAL Full name is Juan Pablo Brzezicki
  • Began playing tennis at age nine with his coach from a club in his neighborhood
  • Hobbies include playing soccer, being with friends and eating with his family
  • An avid Argentinos Juniors soccer fan
  • Grew up admiring John McEnroe, Andre Agassi and countryman Juan Ignacio Chela
  • Favorite surface is clay and considers his mental toughness his strength
  • Considers reaching 3rd RD at Roland Garros in 2007 as a qualifier his biggest moment of his career
Biographical information from ATP. Unless noted otherwise all data as of year-end 2013.

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