22 Facts About Berdych

1. In 2016, Berdych moved to Adidas and launched his first watch from Felio Siby.

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2. In the third and fourth rounds Berdych beat Juan Martin del Potro and Fabio Fognini both in straight sets before losing in the quarterfinals to Roger Federer.

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3. At the Miami Open, Berdych reached the quarterfinals, taking Roger Federer to three sets but ultimately losing a tie-break.

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4. At the 2015 Mutua Madrid Open, Berdych lost in the semifinals to Rafael Nadal, but moved up two spots to 5th in the rankings.

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5. At the 2014 US Open Berdych reached the quarterfinals where he lost to eventual champion Marin Cilic in straight sets.

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6. In the early rounds, Berdych had straight-set victories over Kevin Anderson and Gael Monfils.

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7. In the quarterfinals, Berdych lost to second seed and eventual finalist Rafael Nadal in four sets after winning the first set.

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8. The match was marred by controversy, as Berdych refused to shake Almagro's hand because he believed Almagro had intentionally aimed a shot at him during the match.

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9. At the 2012 AAMI Classic, Berdych lost his ties against Bernard Tomic and Andy Roddick respectively, after being a set up in each match.

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10. In the final tie of the group stages, Berdych faced the 5th seed, David Ferrer.

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11. In the second tie, Berdych was meant to face Andy Murray, but he was replaced by the alternate, Janko Tipsarevic, after Murray pulled out of the tournament with a groin injury.

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12. As the fifth seed, Berdych received a bye into the second round.

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13. In the quarterfinals, Berdych stunned the two-time defending champion, Roger Federer in straight sets.

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14. In the fourth round, Berdych suffered a straight-set loss to Mardy Fish.

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15. In preparation for Wimbledon, Berdych played in the 2011 Gerry Weber Open held in Halle, Germany.

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16. At the 2011 Open de Nice Cote d'Azur, Berdych reached his first semifinal of the clay season, before losing to eventual champion Nicolas Almagro in straight sets.

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17. In his last round-robin match, Berdych was defeated by Rafael Nadal in two sets, which meant that he could not advance to the semifinals.

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18. In the 2010 French Open, Berdych enjoyed his best performance to date in a Grand Slam tournament.

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19. In the 2006 Madrid Masters, Berdych delivered back-to-back upsets over former No 1 Andy Roddick, and Rafael Nadal, but lost to Fernando Gonzalez in the semifinals.

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20. In 2006, Berdych started the year at the Brisbane International, where he reached the semifinals, losing to Xavier Malisse.

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21. As well as his Paris Masters win, Berdych reached the finals of the Miami Masters in 2010, Madrid Open in 2012 and Monte Carlo Masters in 2015.

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22. Tomas Berdych is a Czech professional tennis player who is currently ranked No 73 in men's singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) as of October 1, 2018.

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