28 Facts About Pierre-Hugues Herbert


Pierre-Hugues Herbert is a French professional tennis player.

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In singles, Herbert has reached four ATP career finals and achieved his career-high singles ranking of world No 36 on 11 February 2019.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert won the Wimbledon boys' doubles title with partner Kevin Krawietz in 2009, beating French duo of Julien Obry and Adrien Puget in the final.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert reached the 2009 US Open boys' singles semifinals, where he lost to eventual champion Bernard Tomic of Australia.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert reached as high as No 9 in the junior singles world rankings in October 2009.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert ended the year with an ATP singles ranking of 151, compared with 257 12 months earlier.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert made his Grand Slam main draw debut in 2014, first receiving a wildcard into the French Open, where he faced American number 10 seed John Isner in his opening match, losing in three tight sets.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert then made it through three rounds of qualifying, beating Borna Coric, Daniel Kosakowski and Miloslav Mecir Jr.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert got his fifth career main draw win at the ATP Tour level at the Swiss Indoors in Basel, beating Edouard Roger-Vasselin in a tight three-setter to set up a clash with 14-time Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadal, his first meeting with a Major champion and former world number 1.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert again battled through three rounds of qualifying, beating Hans Podlipnik Castillo, Facundo Arguello and Inigo Cervantes to make the main draw of Wimbledon.

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In doubles, Pierre-Hugues Herbert reached two Grand Slam finals alongside fellow Frenchman Nicolas Mahut.

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In doubles in Doha Pierre-Hugues Herbert partnered with David Goffin to capture their first team title together.

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In singles Pierre-Hugues Herbert reached the third round by defeating Hyeon Chung in the second round.

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In February Pierre-Hugues Herbert reached a career high ranking in singles of No 36 on 11 February 2019 after he reached his third ATP tour final at the 2019 Open Sud de France in Montpellier, where he fell to countryman Jo-Wilfred Tsonga.

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At the French Open Pierre-Hugues Herbert recovered from being down two-sets-to-love in a five sets match against 12th seed Daniil Medvedev in the first round.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert began the 2020 season at the Qatar ExxonMobil Open.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert reached the quarterfinals and lost to second seed and eventual champion, Andrey Rublev.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert was eliminated in the quarterfinals by second seed David Goffin.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert lost in the first round to second seed David Goffin.

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In Rotterdam, Pierre-Hugues Herbert was beaten in the final round of qualifying by Marton Fucsovics, who would end up reaching the final.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert won his first two rounds over Kei Nishikori and Cameron Norrie.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert then stunned second seed and two-time defending champion, Stefanos Tsitsipas, in the quarterfinals.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert lost in the championship match to top seed Daniil Medvedev in three sets.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert fought hard and pushed Andujar to five sets but ended up losing the match.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert fell in the final round of qualifying to Wu Tung-lin.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert reached the third round where he lost to American Marcos Giron.

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In December 2021, Pierre-Hugues Herbert announced that he was unvaccinated against COVID-19 and would miss the 2022 Australian Open as a result.

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Pierre-Hugues Herbert was replaced as Nicolas Mahut's doubles partner by Fabrice Martin.

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