17 Facts About Robin Haase

1. Robin Haase has a powerful serve which often exceeds 200 kph.

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2. Robin Haase was the first Dutch player in 9 years reaching a Masters Tournament quarterfinals, the last being Martin Verkerk.

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3. Robin Haase is currently the highest-ranked Dutch player, achieving his career-high ATP singles ranking of World No 33 in July 2012.

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4. Robin Haase is using a Head Graphene Prestige Mid, 93 square inches.

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5. Robin Haase made it to the semifinals of the Canada Masters.

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6. Robin Haase has a powerful serve, which often exceeds 200 kph.

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7. Robin Haase was the first Dutch player in nine years to reach a Masters Tournament quarterfinals, the last being Martin Verkerk.

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8. At the indoor tournament of Zagreb, Robin Haase was seeded seventh and reached the quarterfinals, losing to Lukas Lacko.

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9. Robin Haase ended the year ranked No 45, his highest end-of-year ranking in his professional career.

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10. At the US Open, Robin Haase reached the second round after beating Portuguese Rui Machado in straight sets.

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11. At Wimbledon, Robin Haase beat world No 22, Fernando Verdasco, in the second round in four sets.

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12. Robin Haase was narrowly defeated by world No 1 and eventual champion, Rafael Nadal, in the second round in five sets.

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13. Robin Haase made his Grand Slam debut at the US Open as a lucky loser, due to the withdrawal of Mario Ancic.

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14. Together with countryman Igor Sijsling, Robin Haase reached the final of the 2013 Australian Open men's doubles.

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15. Robin Haase has won two singles titles, and reached quarterfinals of the 2012 Monte Carlo Masters and semifinals of the 2017 Canada Masters.

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16. Robin Haase is currently the highest-ranked Dutch player, achieving a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No 33 in July 2012.

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17. Robin Haase is a Dutch professional tennis player.

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