22 Facts About Philipp Petzschner


Philipp Petzschner was born on 24 March 1984 and is a retired German professional tennis player.

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Philipp Petzschner was known for his hard-hitting forehand and bursts of speed around the court.

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Philipp Petzschner reached a career-high doubles ranking of world No 9, which he achieved in April 2011.

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Philipp Petzschner reached the semi-finals of the 2001 Jr Wimbledon tournament, and won the 2002 French Open Jr doubles event.

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At Roland Garros, Philipp Petzschner reached the second round after defeating Canadian Peter Polansky in five sets.

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Philipp Petzschner won in three sets before losing to Olivier Rochus from Belgium in the second round.

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Philipp Petzschner reached the last sixteen in Washington, DC and Montreal.

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Philipp Petzschner was defeated by Juan Carlos Ferrero in the second round of the 2009 US Open after leading two sets to love.

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Philipp Petzschner was not able to defend his title in Vienna as he had to pull out due to an injury.

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Philipp Petzschner lost in the first round of the 2010 Australian Open when comfortably leading two sets to love against Florian Mayer.

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At the 2010 US Open Philipp Petzschner lost in straight sets to Novak Djokovic in the second round.

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In singles play, Philipp Petzschner was defeated in five sets by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the first round of the tournament.

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In Rotterdam, Philipp Petzschner won his third doubles title partnering Jurgen Melzer.

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Height of Philipp Petzschner's season was reached when he and his partner Jurgen Melzer won the US Open Men's Doubles final, defeating the sixth seeded Polish team of Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski.

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Philipp Petzschner represented Germany in the Davis Cup first-round tie against Croatia in Zagreb.

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Philipp Petzschner reached his second career singles final in Halle, on grass.

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Philipp Petzschner retired injured while trailing compatriot Kohlschreiber love-two in the second set.

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Philipp Petzschner reached the finals of the UNICEF Open, losing to David Ferrer in straight sets.

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Philipp Petzschner failed to qualify for any ATP singles events this year.

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Philipp Petzschner won the title at the Stuttgart Open, partnering Tim Putz as a wild card entry.

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Philipp Petzschner is an excellent player at the net, which makes him a better doubles player.

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Philipp Petzschner married singer Dewi Sulaeman of the pop group Bellini in September 2010.

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