29 Facts About Tennys Sandgren


Tennys Sandgren II is an American professional tennis player.

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Tennys Sandgren has achieved a career-high ATP singles ranking of No 41 on January 14,2019.

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Tennys Sandgren broke into the top 100 of the ATP rankings toward the end of 2017 after competing mainly on the ATP Challenger Tour.

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Davey Tennys Sandgren is a tennis player who achieved a career-high ATP ranking of 800 in doubles in 2009.

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Tennys Sandgren was a January midseason addition to the Tennessee Volunteers' 2010 tennis roster, joining older brother, Davey, who was a senior All-American on the team.

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Tennys Sandgren was a member of the USTA Summer Collegiate Team after his freshman and sophomore seasons.

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Tennys Sandgren turned professional in 2011, playing mostly at the ITF Futures level through 2012.

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In 2014, Tennys Sandgren missed half of the year after undergoing hip surgery near the beginning of the season.

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Tennys Sandgren returned to the Top 200 in November 2016, when he reached his second career Challenger final in Columbus, almost three years after he first achieved these two milestones.

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In 2017, Tennys Sandgren reached five Challenger finals, winning two of them in Tempe and Savannah.

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Tennys Sandgren's success earned him a wildcard berth into the main draw of the French Open.

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Tennys Sandgren began the 2018 season with a first-round loss to Gilles Simon in Pune.

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Tennys Sandgren followed with a loss to Casper Ruud in the second qualifying round at the Auckland Open.

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Tennys Sandgren received entry into the main draw of the tournament as a lucky loser following the withdrawal of Kyle Edmund.

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Tennys Sandgren lost to Chung in the quarterfinals in straight sets.

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Tennys Sandgren lost in the second round of the Rio Open, the first round of the Brasil Open, the second round in Indian Wells and the first round in Miami.

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At the beginning of the clay season, Tennys Sandgren reached his first final on the ATP World Tour at the US Men's Clay Court Championships, but lost to Steve Johnson.

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Tennys Sandgren entered the top 50 reaching a career-high of World No 47 on April 16,2018.

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Tennys Sandgren lost in the first round of the Monte Carlo Open to Philipp Kohlschreiber in straight sets.

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Tennys Sandgren suffered another first-round loss in Barcelona to Malek Jaziri, in straight sets.

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Tennys Sandgren lost in the first round of the doubles tournament in straight sets.

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Tennys Sandgren achieved his career high in the singles rankings at World No 41 on January 14,2019.

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However, after the title, Tennys Sandgren suffered a 9-match tour-level losing streak, which he finally snapped at Wimbledon, where he reached the fourth round before losing to Sam Querrey.

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Tennys Sandgren then reached the quarterfinals at Newport and the third round at the US Open.

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Tennys Sandgren again made it to the quarterfinals of the 2020 Australian Open, where he lost in five tight sets against Roger Federer, after having seven match points.

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Tennys Sandgren lost in the first round in singles but reached the semifinals in doubles partnering Austin Krajicek where they lost to eventual champions Mate Pavic and Nikola Mektic.

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Tennys Sandgren opted not to participate in the 2022 Australian Open due to the Australian Federal Government's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for visitors to Australia.

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Tennys Sandgren has played two seasons with World TeamTennis starting in 2015 when he debuted in the league with the California Dream and then again in 2018 with the Washington Kastles.

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Tennys Sandgren paired up with Ken Skupski in men's doubles as well as Jessica Pegula in mixed doubles to help the Storm earn a No 3 seed in the WTT Playoffs.

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