29 Facts About Tatsuma Ito


Tatsuma Ito is a Japanese professional tennis player.

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Tatsuma Ito has won 6 Challenger tournaments and achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No 60 in October 2012.

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Tatsuma Ito had won six ITF Futures events in Asian countries, and started to play mainly in ATP Challenger Tour since 2008.

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In later season, Tatsuma Ito earned men's singles bronze medal in 2010 Asian Games at Guangzhou, winning over defending champion Danai Udomchoke of Thailand in quarterfinals.

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Tatsuma Ito defeated top seed Lu Yen-hsun in semifinal, but lost to Dudi Sela with three sets.

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Tatsuma Ito fell in the second round to eighth seed Somdev Devvarman.

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Tatsuma Ito made his debut in Grand Slam tournament at 2011 US Open, losing to 25th seed Feliciano Lopez in the first round.

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Tatsuma Ito took part in the Japan Open, and defeat Dudi Sela with three sets to proceed to the second round before losing to Australian Bernard Tomic.

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Tatsuma Ito received wildcard for 2012 Australian Open, and advanced to second round of the major tournaments for the first time, beating Italian Potito Starace with four sets.

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In spring clay court season, Tatsuma Ito reached the second round in Houston, winning over fellow Japanese Go Soeda.

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In grass court season, Tatsuma Ito reached the round two in Queen's Club, and made his first ATP quarterfinal in the UNICEF Open.

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Tatsuma Ito knocked out third seed Jurgen Melzer on the way, but he eventually lost to Benoit Paire in straight sets.

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Tatsuma Ito suffered a first-round loss to Lukasz Kubot in 2012 Wimbledon Championships.

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Tatsuma Ito represented Japan at his maiden Olympics in London 2012.

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Tatsuma Ito competed in the singles competition, but fell in the first round to Milos Raonic of Canada in straight sets.

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Tatsuma Ito opened the season in Brisbane where he lost to qualifier John Millman in first round.

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Tatsuma Ito then entered into the 2013 Australian Open main draw, and got revenge over John Millman with five-setter.

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Tatsuma Ito was beaten by 28th seed Marcos Baghdatis in second round.

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In grass court season, Tatsuma Ito won through the qualifying at the 2014 Wimbledon Championships by beating Ricardas Berankis from two sets down.

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Tatsuma Ito lost to lucky loser Simone Bolelli in the first round.

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Tatsuma Ito then participated in Hall of Fame Tennis Championships and got through first round, but retired during the second round match.

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Tatsuma Ito's run was ended by 19th seed Feliciano Lopez in next match.

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Tatsuma Ito was beaten by unseeded Benjamin Becker in the second round.

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Tatsuma Ito started the season by playing in Chennai, and reached second round before losing to Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in three sets.

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Tatsuma Ito competed in the 2015 French Open main draw for the first time since 2012, but he was eliminated in the first round by 28th seed Fabio Fognini.

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Tatsuma Ito went on to participate in the Topshelf Open as a qualifier, and beat Ricardas Berankis in the first round.

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Tatsuma Ito bounced back from the failure to qualify for the Wimbledon by reaching the quarterfinal in Newport, defeating seventh seed Steve Johnson and Noah Rubin.

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Tatsuma Ito then made back to back quarterfinal appearances in the Colombia Open by beating Alejandro Gomez and Matthew Ebden before losing to eventual champion Bernard Tomic in straight sets.

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Tatsuma Ito lost to 16th seed Gael Monfils in the second round.

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