Lucas Pouille is a French professional tennis player.
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Lucas Pouille is a French professional tennis player.
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Lucas Pouille has a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No 10, achieved on 19 March 2018 and a career-high ATP doubles ranking of world No 79, achieved on 11 April 2016.
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Lucas Pouille has won five singles titles on the ATP Tour and was on the winning French Davis Cup team in 2017.
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Lucas Pouille has two brothers, and his family is located in the North of France, at Loon-Plage near Dunkerque.
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Lucas Pouille married his long-time girlfriend Clemence Bertrand in September 2019 and their daughter Rose was born in January 2021.
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In 2009, Pouille played two tournaments, both of them ITF Men's Circuit tournaments held in France.
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In 2011, Lucas Pouille played seven tournaments – an ATP Challenger Tour tournament in Saint–Brieuc and six ITF Men's Circuit tournaments.
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In 2012, Lucas Pouille played the singles event of one ATP Challenger Tour tournament and the singles events of 15 ITF Men's Circuit tournaments.
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Lucas Pouille won two back-to-back ITF Men's Circuit singles titles in Mexico without dropping a set and was the singles runner-up at two ITF Men's Circuit tournaments.
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Lucas Pouille made his Grand Slam singles debut at the Australian Open after receiving a wildcard for the singles qualifying competition; he lost in the second qualifying round to Ruben Bemelmans.
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Lucas Pouille made his ATP World Tour singles debut as a wildcard at the tournament in Montpellier, where he lost his opening singles match in the first round of the main draw to the No 7 seed Viktor Troicki in straight sets.
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Lucas Pouille lost his opening singles match in the first round of the main draw of his next ATP World Tour tournament in Marseille as a wildcard, this time to Julien Benneteau.
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Lucas Pouille appeared in the singles main draw of a Grand Slam event for the first time in his career at the 2013 French Open, thanks to a singles main draw wildcard; in the first round, he defeated American wildcard Alex Kuznetsov in straight sets, but lost in the second round to the No 26 seed Grigor Dimitrov in straight sets.
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In July, Lucas Pouille won his second ITF Men's Circuit singles title of 2013 in Estonia.
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Lucas Pouille received wildcards for the singles main draw of the 2014 Australian Open and the 2014 French Open, where he lost in the first round to Dusan Lajovic and Juan Monaco respectively.
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At the 2014 Paris Masters, Lucas Pouille entered the singles main draw after defeating Steve Johnson and Jarkko Nieminen in the qualifying rounds.
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Lucas Pouille was defeated in the third and final singles qualifying round of the Heineken Open by Jiri Vesely but entered the singles main draw as a lucky loser after the top seed David Ferrer's withdrawal from the tournament; in the singles main draw, he won his second round and quarterfinal matches to reach his first career ATP World Tour singles semifinal, where he lost to Adrian Mannarino in three sets.
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Lucas Pouille received a wildcard for the singles main draw of the 2015 Australian Open and lost to the No 17 seed Gael Monfils in five sets in the first round.
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Lucas Pouille was defeated by Gilles Simon in first round of the French Open and by Kevin Anderson in the first round of Wimbledon.
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At the German Open in Hamburg, Lucas Pouille earned a place in the singles main draw by winning two qualifying matches; in the singles main draw, he defeated Inigo Cervantes, Juan Monaco and Benoit Paire to reach his second career ATP World Tour and first ATP World Tour 500 series singles semifinal, where he lost to Fabio Fognini in two sets.
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Lucas Pouille lost in the first round of the singles event of the Australian Open to 13th-seeded Milos Raonic, his third consecutive singles first-round loss at that event.
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Lucas Pouille defeated 32nd seed Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in the second round and saved one match point in beating eighth seed David Ferrer in the third round to reach the round of 16 of the Miami Open, where he fell to the No 18 seed Gilles Simon.
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Lucas Pouille was the beneficiary of a singles main draw wildcard at the 2016 Monte Carlo Masters; he defeated Nicolas Mahut in the first round and the No 9 seed Richard Gasquet before losing to the No 8 seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the third round.
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Lucas Pouille won two singles qualifying matches to reach the singles main draw of the Madrid Open; he saved four match points in beating the No 12 seed David Goffin in the first round of the main draw.
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At the Italian Open in Rome, Lucas Pouille reached his first career Masters 1000 singles semifinal, where he lost to the No 2 seed Andy Murray.
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Lucas Pouille became only the second lucky loser to reach a Masters 1000 singles semifinal.
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Lucas Pouille then had a first-round loss at the MercedesCup to John Millman despite winning the first set.
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Lucas Pouille had another first-round loss at the Gerry Weber Open to second seed Kei Nishikori, despite winning the first set again.
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Lucas Pouille competed at the third Grand Slam event of the year at the 2016 Wimbledon Championships as the 32nd seed.
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Lucas Pouille defeated qualifier Marius Copil in four sets in the first round.
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Lucas Pouille defeated Donald Young in straight sets in the second round.
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Lucas Pouille defeated Juan Martin del Potro in the third round in four sets despite being a set and a break down.
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Lucas Pouille lost in the second round of the 2016 Rogers Cup to Rajeev Ram and in the first round of the Cincinnati Masters to Nick Kyrgios.
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At the 2016 US Open, Lucas Pouille ousted No 4 seed Rafael Nadal in five sets in the fourth round to reach the quarterfinals.
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At the Moselle Open, Lucas Pouille reached the final after defeating countrymen Pierre-Hugues Herbert, Julien Benneteau and second-seeded, David Goffin.
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Lucas Pouille kicked off his Asian leg of the tour at the China Open.
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Lucas Pouille defeated Fernando Verdasco and Nicolas Almagro before falling to the No 2 seed and eventual champion Andy Murray.
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Lucas Pouille faced off against Murray two weeks later in the third round of the 2016 BNP Paribas Masters in Paris where Murray won again.
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Lucas Pouille then played against Kyle Edmund in the second round, but was forced to retire in the second set due to a right big toe injury.
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Lucas Pouille reached his second career Masters 1000 singles semifinal at the 2017 Monte Carlo Masters; seeded No 11, he defeated four lower-ranked players before losing his semifinal to the No 15 seed Albert Ramos Vinolas in three sets.
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Lucas Pouille won his second career ATP World Tour singles title at the Hungarian Open in Budapest; seeded No 1, he saved two match points in his second-round match against Jiri Vesely before beating Aljaz Bedene in the final.
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Lucas Pouille reached a new career-high ATP singles ranking of world No 13 on 8 May 2017.
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The fourth-seeded Lucas Pouille won the Stuttgart Open after saving one match point in his second-round match against Jan-Lennard Struff and defeating world No 33 Feliciano Lopez in the final in three close sets.
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Lucas Pouille entered the 2018 Australian Open having not played any tournament in the first two weeks of 2018 prior to the Australian Open; this proved fatal for Lucas Pouille as he lost in the singles main draw first round of the opening Grand Slam tournament of the year for the fifth consecutive year, this time to the Belgian qualifier Ruben Bemelmans.
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Lucas Pouille was called up to play for France in the 2018 Davis Cup World Group first-round tie against the Netherlands, but he withdrew a few hours before the start of his first singles match on 2 February against Thiemo de Bakker because of torticollis and was replaced by Adrian Mannarino.
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Lucas Pouille lost his opening singles match, against Andrey Rublev, in his next tournament held the following week in Rotterdam.
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Less than seven days after the Dubai final, the ninth-seeded Lucas Pouille suffered a shock opening round defeat against the Indian qualifier Yuki Bhambri in Indian Wells.
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On 19 March 2018, Lucas Pouille broke into Top 10 of the ATP singles rankings for the first time in his career, attaining a career-high ATP singles ranking of world number 10.
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In June, Lucas Pouille reached his fourth and final ATP World Tour singles semifinal of 2018 in Stuttgart, where he lost to Milos Raonic.
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Lucas Pouille failed to advance beyond the singles round of 16 in any of the eight tournaments that he played in the second half of 2018.
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On 8 November 2018, Lucas Pouille announced that he and Emmanuel Planque, his coach since 2012, had decided to end immediately their player-coach collaboration by mutual agreement.
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Lucas Pouille began his season in Sydney, where seeded sixth, he lost in the first round to the Russian qualifier Andrey Rublev in straight sets.
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At the Australian Open, Lucas Pouille was seeded 28th and won the first Australian Open main draw singles match of his career, defeating Mikhail Kukushkin in straight sets in the first round.
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Lucas Pouille then defeated Maximilian Marterer before triumphing over Australian wildcard Alexei Popyrin in five sets.
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Lucas Pouille lost his opening singles match in his next five tournaments.
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Lucas Pouille pulled out of the Australian Open due to the advice of his team.
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In Montpellier, Lucas Pouille was eliminated in the first round by wildcard and compatriot, Benjamin Bonzi.
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Lucas Pouille kicked off his clay-court season at the Andalucia Open.
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Lucas Pouille was defeated in the first round by Ricardas Berankis.
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Lucas Pouille ended up losing his third-round match to Alejandro Davidovich Fokina.
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Lucas Pouille was eliminated in the first round by fifth seed Dusan Lajovic.
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Lucas Pouille fell in the second round in Orleans against Richard Gasquet and in the second round in Mouilleron Le Captif against Elias Ymer whom he had just beaten in Orleans.
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Lucas Pouille played the last match of his season as a wildcard at the 2021 Rolex Paris Masters then, losing in the first round of the qualifying draw against Lorenzo Musetti.
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