25 Facts About Robby Ginepri


Robert Louis Ginepri is a retired American professional tennis player.

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Robby Ginepri won three ATP singles titles in his career and achieved a career-high ranking of World No 15 in December 2005.

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Robby Ginepri attended Joseph Wheeler High School, located in Marietta, Georgia.

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Robby Ginepri was the first player to be beaten by Novak Djokovic in the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament, at the 2005 French Open.

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Robby Ginepri beat 2005 French Open runner-up Mariano Puerta in the first round, David Ferrer in the second round, 1998 French Open champion Carlos Moya in the third round, and two-time Grand Slam singles titlist Marat Safin in the quarterfinals.

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Robby Ginepri then lost to Andre Agassi in the semifinals in five sets.

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Robby Ginepri thus became the first player in the open era to play four consecutive five-set matches at the US Open.

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Robby Ginepri won the inaugural Superset Tennis tournament, a groundbreaking one-set, one-day tournament, earning him prize money of $250,000.

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Robby Ginepri lost in the second round of the Australian Open and the first round of both the French Open and Wimbledon.

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Robby Ginepri lost in the third round of both the Australian Open and the US Open and the first round of both the French Open and Wimbledon.

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At the Tennis Channel Open in Las Vegas, Nevada, Robby Ginepri reached the semifinals for his third consecutive tournament.

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Robby Ginepri then played the Tennis Masters Series Pacific Life Open in Indian Wells, California, losing in the second round to Carlos Moya.

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Robby Ginepri then made it to the fourth round of the French Open, before losing to 24th-seeded Fernando Gonzalez.

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Robby Ginepri then made his Olympic debut tennis at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China, losing in the first round.

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Robby Ginepri beat Sam Querrey in four sets in the first round of the French Open and Potito Starace in the second round.

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Robby Ginepri was the only unseeded player left in the competition, along with qualifier Gabashvili, and the last American in the men's field.

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Robby Ginepri lost to Robin Soderling in straight sets in the first round of Wimbledon.

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Robby Ginepri participated in the Atlanta Tennis Championships as a wildcard.

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Robby Ginepri received a wildcard to the US Open, where he defeated Brazilian Joao Souza in the first round in a four-set match.

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Robby Ginepri made it to the quarterfinals of the US Clay Court Championship in Houston before losing to Juan Monaco.

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Robby Ginepri failed to qualify for the French Open and did not participate in Wimbledon.

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In 2014, having competed in futures tournaments throughout the start of the season, Robby Ginepri participated in his first Challenger at the 2014 Sarasota Open, retiring after one match in the first round of qualifying.

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Robby Ginepri was born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and graduated from Joseph Wheeler High School in Marietta, Georgia.

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Robby Ginepri's father, Rene, who is originally from Luxembourg, is a systems analyst and his mother, Nancy, is a second grade teacher.

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On February 22,2007, Robby Ginepri participated on Spike TV's Pros vs Joes with Rik Smits, Rob Dibble, and Andre Rison.

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