12 Facts About Robert Lindstedt


Robert Lindstedt was born on 19 March 1977 and is a Swedish former professional tennis player who specialized in doubles.


Robert Lindstedt turned professional in 1998, and reached a career-high doubles ranking of world No 3 in May 2013.


Robert Lindstedt has reached four finals at the Wimbledon Championships: in 2010,2011 and 2012 alongside Horia Tecau in men's doubles, and in 2019 with Jelena Ostapenko in mixed doubles.


Robert Lindstedt represented Sweden in the Davis Cup from 2007 to 2021, as well as at the 2012 Olympic Games.


Robert Lindstedt played college tennis in the United States, playing first at Fresno State University before following coach Peter Smith to Pepperdine University, where he completed his collegiate career.


Robert Lindstedt won two doubles titles in 2007, the first in Mumbai with Jarkko Nieminen against Indian Rohan Bopanna and Pakistani Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi.


Robert Lindstedt paired with Marc Gicquel to win the Washington tournament and was a semifinalist at the ATP Master Series event in Indian Wells with Richard Gasquet, in Tokyo with Jordan Kerr, and in Kitzbuhel with Jurgen Melzer.


Robert Lindstedt reached his first Grand Slam final at Wimbledon, with long-time partner Horia Tecau.


Robert Lindstedt reached his second Grand Slam final again at Wimbledon with Horia Tecau.


Later, Robert Lindstedt played with Daniel Nestor and reached the final of the Barcelona Open on clay at their second tournament together.


Robert Lindstedt scored his first win over the Bryan brothers with Nestor before they stopped playing together.


Robert Lindstedt enters his third season with World TeamTennis in 2020, after making his debut with the Washington Kastles in 2018, and playing a season with the Springfield Lasers in 2019.