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Data urodzenia: 04.09.1972
Miejsce urodzenia: Belgrad, Serbia
Narodowość: Kanada
Miejsce zamieszkania: Bahamy
Wzrost: 190 cm
Masa ciała: 86 kg
Gra: leworęczny, oburęczny backhand
Status profesjonalny: od 1991

Profil na stronie ATP: http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/Play ... estor.aspx


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Obrazek Daniel Nestor - osiągnięcia

  • Tytuły w deblu (79 -> 40 z Knowlesem, 23 z Zimonjiciem, 21 - pozostali)


    2012 (z Mirnym) - Queen's Club, Roland Garros, Memphis, Brisbane

    2011 (z Mirnym) - (4) Barclays ATP World Tour Doubles Finals, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Szanghaj, Roland Garros, Memphis

    2010 (z Zimonjiciem) - (7) Barclays ATP World Tour Doubles Finals, Wiedeń, Roland Garros, Barcelona, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo, Rotterdam, Sydney

    2009 (z Zimonjiciem) - (9) ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Paryż, Bazylea, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati, Wimbledon, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madryt, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rzym, Barcelona, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo, Rotterdam

    2008 (z Zimonjiciem) - (5) Tennis Masters Cup Doubles, ATP Masters Series Kanada, Wimbledon, Londyn / Queen's Club, ATP Masters Series Hamburg

    2007 - (4) Tennis Masters Cup Doubles (z Knowlesem), St. Petersburg (z Zimonjiciem), London / Queen's Club (z Knowlesem), Roland Garros (z Knowlesem)

    2006 (z Knowlesem) - (5) Bazylea, ATP Masters Series Rzym, Barcelona, ATP Masters Series Indian Wells, Delray Beach

    2005 (z Knowlesem) - (4) ATP Masters Series Madryt, Wiedeń, Houston, ATP Masters Series Indian Wells

    2004 (z Knowlesem) - (5) ATP Masters Series Madryt, US Open, ATP Masters Series Cincinnati, Barcelona, Marsylia

    2003 (z Knowlesem) - (6) Bazylea, Londyn / Queen's Club, ATP Masters Series Hamburg, Houston, Acapulco, Memphis

    2002 (z Knowlesem) - (6) ATP Masters Series Madryt, Indianapolis, ATP Masters Series Miami, ATP Masters Series Indian Wells, Dubaj, Australian Open

    2001 - (4) Lyon (z Zimonjiciem), Halle (z Stolle), Sydney (z Stolle), Doha (z Knowlesem)

    2000 - (4) Sztokholm (z Knowlesem), St. Petersburg (z Ullyettem), Igrzyska Olimpijskie w Sydney (z Lareau'em), ATP Masters Series Kanada (z Lareau'em)

    1999 (z Lareau'em) - (2) Szanghaj, Sydney

    1998 - (2) ATP Masters Series Cincinnati (z Knowlesem), Tokio (z Lareau'em)

    1997 (z Knowlesem) - (2) ATP Masters Series Rzym, ATP Masters Series Indian Wells

    1996 (z Knowlesem) - (4) ATP Masters Series Cincinnati, ATP Masters Series Hamburg, Memphis, Doha

    1995 (z Knowlesem) - (1) Indianapolis

    1994 (z Knowlesem) - (1) Bogota


  • Finały w deblu (51 -> 29 z Knowlesem, 11 z Zimonjiciem, 11 - pozostali)


    2012 (z Mirnym) - ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami

    2011 (z Mirnym) - (3) Bazylea, Wiedeń, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami

    2010 (z Zimonjiciem) - (4) Bazylea, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madryt, ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells, Australian Open

    2009 (z Zimonjiciem) - (2) Sydney, Doha

    2008 (z Zimonjiciem) - (3) Roland Garros, ATP Masters Series Rzym, ATP Masters Series Indian Wells

    2007 - (4) ATP Masters Series Paryż (z Zimonjiciem), Houston (z Knowlesem), Marsylia (z Knowlesem), Sydney (z Knowlesem)

    2006 (z Knowlesem) - (5) Tennis Masters Cup Doubles, ATP Masters Series Madryt, ATP Masters Series Hamburg, Dubaj, Marsylia

    2005 (z Knowlesem) - (2) ATP Masters Series Paryż, Marsylia

    2004 (z Knowlesem) - (1) Londyn / Queen's Club

    2003 (z Knowlesem) - (2) Australian Open, Doha

    2002 (z Knowlesem) - (7) Bazylea, Lyon, ATP Masters Series Kanada, Wimbledon, Roland Garros, Scottsdale , Rotterdam

    2001 - (3) ATP Masters Series Hamburg (z Stolle), ATP Masters Series Rzym (z Stolle), Dubaj (z Zimonjiciem)

    2000 (z Haarhuisem) - (1) ATP Masters Series Paryż

    1998 - (6) ATP Tour World Doubles Championship (z Knowlesem), US Open (z Knowlesem), Indianapolis (z Knowlesem), Nottingham (z Lareau'em), Roland Garros (z Knowlesem), Sydney (z Eltinghem)

    1997 (z Knowlesem) - (2) ATP Masters Series Miami, San Jose

    1996 - (2) ATP Masters Series Kanada (z Knowlesem), Rosmalen (z Jarrydem)

    1995 (z Knowlesem) - (2) ATP Masters Series Cincinnati, Australian Open


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DEUCE US Open 2012
by James Buddell | 19.08.2012


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Max Mirnyi and Daniel Nestor are leading the race to finish year-end World No. 1.

Max Mirnyi and Daniel Nestor are leaving nothing to chance in their bid to clinch the year-end World No. 1 doubles team ranking.

Daniel Nestor turns, throws up the ball, tilts his head and serves, launching himself to the net. Twenty five metres away, Max Mirnyi split steps to strike a backhand return crosscourt. It finds the feet of Nestor, who reacts instinctively and volleys back. Mirnyi is now on the service line, the pair exchange three more volleys as both edge closer to the net. The point ends with a Mirnyi lob volley, followed by a quip and laughter.

Returning to their baselines, Mirnyi and Nestor are getting down to business: practising with purpose and discipline. They may have played a combined total of 2,774 tour-level singles and doubles matches – Mirnyi 1,369 and Nestor 1,405 – but both ATP World Tour veterans remain highly competitive and intense in training or matches. Mirnyi has won 46 combined titles from 87 finals, while Nestor has lifted 79 doubles trophies from a record 130 finals.

Two-time Australian Open semi-finalist Jeff Coetzee recalls, "Danny and I did some quick hands at Queen’s Club, a couple years back, and he kept losing to me, but never wanted to give up. I told him, ‘Nesty, it is okay, you can lose to me. It's not that bad!'" The 35-year-old South African, who has known Mirnyi since their junior days, admits, "Max has always been a tough cookie to compete against. Both of them love the battle!" Wesley Moodie told DEUCE, "You always know Nestor’s going to give 100 per cent, whether it is a match, practice set, table tennis or challenging some of the top singles players to a one-set showdown."

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"Max has always been a tough cookie to compete against. Both of them love the battle"

For the past three months, Mirnyi and Nestor have jointly held No. 1 in the ATP Doubles Rankings. Of course, both characters, blessed with tremendous physical and mental strengths, have previous experience at the doubles summit. Mirnyi, 35, has been World No. 1 for a total of 55 weeks in his 17 years as pro while Nestor, two weeks shy of his 40th birthday and contesting his 22nd pro season, has amassed 106 weeks.

Neither player likes losing. Both players are determined for a strong finish to the 2012 ATP World Tour season. "We always aim to win every tournament we enter," Nestor told DEUCE. "If we aren’t playing well, we both have the experience to adjust, so we’re not like a deer in headlights." Mirnyi concurs, adding, "With age you realise the value of the bigger events, where the best players compete. You recognise the prestige to win these titles. We don’t know how long we will be playing, so we try and seize opportunities."

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Over the past 20 months, Mirnyi and Nestor have won some of the sport’s biggest titles (8-5 overall in finals), including two at Roland Garros and last year’s Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Earlier this month, the pair received confirmation that they had qualified for the elite eight-man season finale. For Nestor, it is a source of great pride. "The event is amazing; The O2 in London is a great place to play. Spectators come to watch both singles and doubles in huge numbers." Nestor, a four-time champion, will be making his 14th appearance and two-time titlist Mirnyi will taking his ninth shot at the prestigious trophy.

So are there any other reasons why Mirnyi and Nestor have remained at the top? Moodie, who picked up the 2005 Wimbledon title with Stephen Huss before he retired last year, told DEUCE, "Daniel has an immense love for the game and competition. I always found him so consistent. Max is the flashier player, but he serves and moves well. By playing with Daniel, Max probably feels like he can swing freely, which would make him a dangerous player. They complement each other well." Former ATP pro Robbie Koenig believes, "Max, if anything, is a slightly more intense character than Danny. Max brings a lot of discipline to everything he does, and that is why he’s been so good for so long."

Another reason is that they take nothing for granted. Their pre-match preparation is exact. "Max is very good at taking care of the details," says Koenig. Says Mirnyi, "I have a set time when I eat and warm-up. The ultimate goal for me is to stay fit. Tennis demands a lot of physicality, so for me to stay out on tour all year, hitting the gym is part of my daily routine for rehab and stretching routines." Nestor admits, "Doubles has become more explosive and reactionary; quick points, quick agility steps and high-energy rallies. Cardio isn’t really the most important thing for doubles, so at tournaments light weights help. But away from tournaments, I probably do more cardio."

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"We don’t know how long we will be playing, so we try and seize opportunities"

Even their food intake is carefully monitored. "I never normally eat a lot before a match," Mirnyi told DEUCE. "I don’t tend to go in on a full stomach, as I prefer to be a little under-fed, than over-fed. If I need energy, I try to top-up by eating some bananas or energy bars shortly before I start playing." Nestor is equally cautious. "I normally have a bit of a nervous stomach, so I don’t eat that much. I eat sensibly the day before matches and on match days. The older I have got, the better my routine has become to get ready for matches."

The left-right handed combination have compiled an 87-33 match record, but are 70-9 overall after they win the first set – 40-3 in 2011 and 30-6 so far in 2012. Mirnyi is one of the sport’s biggest servers, solid at the net and on return of serve. Nestor is Mr Consistent, a lefty with a finely polished second serve. Neither player holds back, so at times it can be tough for opponents to win a series of points. So with such a large amount of experience, who is the team’s leader?

It’s tricky to answer. Koenig believes, "I would think Max plays the role of 'team leader' a bit more, but I can assure you that when Danny speaks – which is not all that often – Max will listen." Coetzee reckons, "A bit of both. Maybe, Daniel as he is the senior player of the two and more solid, with Max’s raw power complementing their games really well."

Even Mirnyi and Nestor struggle. "It’s hard to say," says Nestor. "We have our days when we feel better. Whoever feels better leads a little bit." Mirnyi believes, "I don’t think we have a team leader. We don’t establish that. We just try to play our best."

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Perhaps both are team leaders. Each player has won an Olympic gold medal – Belarusian Mirnyi with Victoria Azarenka in the mixed doubles competition at the London 2012 Olympics and Canadian Nestor, before he won any of his eight Grand Slam championship men’s doubles titles, with Sebastien Lareau at the Sydney 2000 Olympics. They rarely put in a poor performance, which spells double-trouble for their rivals. Mirnyi and Nestor have lost just six opening-round matches in 39 tournaments since the start of the 2011 season.

"Hopefully both of us don’t play badly at the same time," says Mirnyi, on the threat of performing poorly. "This is what makes certain teams better than others. It does happen, but at the same time our level doesn’t drop so we don’t leak points. It’s natural to experience nerves before matches. But it’s a matter of how you channel it. Obviously, you want to be alert and be aware on every point. So I get through it by having a good warm-up, then taking some exaggerated footsteps at the beginning of the match."

Nestor, who has played more doubles matches than any other player in ATP World Tour history (since 1973), says, "By sticking to our game plan, knowing our strengths and focusing on what we do well, we don’t diverge into tricky situations. If we don’t execute for a couple of games we understand. We try and pick up on those things. We don’t go through sets or matches looking for an answer to our problems, we both realise why quickly. Obviously our opponents can play well themselves, but we don’t often get overwhelmed and leave the court thinking we haven’t done our best."

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"Hopefully we can maintain that No. 1 ranking"

In the final three months of the 2012 ATP World Tour season, which culminates with the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals from 5-12 November, Nestor admits he and Mirnyi could well be locked in a "dog fight" for the year-end World No. 1 ranking with Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan. "I think we're going to be hopefully one of the top two teams going into London. Any time you're ranked No. 1 or in a dog fight with the Bryans for that position this late in the season you've done something well, so hopefully we can maintain that No. 1 ranking."

Going into the US Open, the Bryans (7,035) take a 720 point lead over Mirnyi and Nestor (6,315) in the ATP Doubles Team Rankings Race To London. "I think the twins are well aware of how good of a team Mirnyi and Nestor are, and nothing less than stellar performances through the end of the season will assure that they keep their spot in the ‘rankings penthouse’ at the year-end," admits Koenig, who now works as a colour commentator at every ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament and the Grand Slam championships.

"The gap between the Top 5 or 6 teams is very small these days," admits Nestor. "There isn’t as much space on the court, so matches are determined by precision, mixed with individual flair on the crucial points. It’s always tough to break serve, so only a few points decide matches. It could make the next few months very interesting."

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Daniel Nestor wygrał dzisiaj swój 80. deblowy turniej. Kanadyjczyk w parze z Nenadem Zimonjiciem okazali się najlepsi podczas zawodów w Bazylei. Był to 5. turniejowy sukces Nestora w tym roku:
Bazylea (w/Zimonjić)
Londyn/Queen's Club (w/Mirnyi)
Roland Garros (w/Mirnyi)
Memphis (w/Mirnyi)
Brisbane (w/Mirnyi)

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MTT - tytuły (17)
2017 (1) Cincinnati M1000
2016 (1) Sankt Petersburg
2015 (1) Rotterdam
2013 (3) Montreal M1000, Rzym M1000, Dubaj
2012 (1) Toronto M1000
2011 (4) Waszyngton, Belgrad, Miami M1000, San Jose
2010 (2) Wiedeń, Rotterdam
2009 (2) Szanghaj M1000, Eastbourne
2008 (2) US Open, Estoril


MTT - finały (20)
2018 (2) Stuttgart, Marsylia
2017 (2) Sztokholm, Indian Wells M1000
2016 (2) Newport, Rotterdam
2015 (1) Halle
2014 (1) Tokio
2013 (2) Basel, Kuala Lumpur
2011 (3) WTF, Cincinnati M1000, Rzym M1000
2010 (2) Basel, Marsylia
2009 (4) WTF, Stuttgart, Wimbledon, Madryt M1000
2008 (1) WTF


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Nestor Wins 80th Doubles Trophy; Partners Zimonjic To Basel Crown

Top seeds Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjic won their second Swiss Indoors Basel title on Sunday with a 7-5, 6-7(4), 10-5 victory over Treat Conrad Huey and Dominic Inglot in one hour and 35 minutes.

Nestor becomes the fourth player in ATP World Tour history (since 1973) to capture 80 doubles titles (80-51). Only Bob Bryan (82), Todd Woodbridge (83) and all-time leader Mike Bryan (84) have won more team trophies.

"It feels good to reach the milestone," said Nestor. "It’s nice to win again, as Max [Mirnyi] and I have struggled a little bit. I started playing well again this week, so hopefully we can finish strong in Paris and London.

"Playing with Nenad is always fun, we’ve had a lot of success together. He is one of the best on tour. It is always nice being on the same side as him. He played great, hitting a lot of big serves when we needed them. We both played well when we need to. It was a very close match and it was the difference of one or two points."

Nestor and Zimonjic, who were teaming up for the first time since clinching the 2010 Barclays ATP World Tour Finals title (d. Bhupathi-Mirnyi), split €99,820 in prize money and earned 500 ATP Doubles Team Rankings points, while Huey and Inglot share €45,040 and won 300 points.

Nestor, who has qualified for the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals with Max Mirnyi, also won the Basel title with Mark Knowles in 2003 and 2006. He was also runner-up in 2002 (w/Knowles), 2010 (w/Zimonjic) and last year (w/Mirnyi). Zimonjic was contesting his fourth straight Basel final (3-1), winning last year with Michael Llodra.

"You always like the tournaments where you play your best," said Zimonjic. "I was very lucky to be in four finals, winning three here. It is one of the nicest indoor tournaments we have. A good friend of mine lives here, so it is quite easy to convince me to come back."

When asked what it was like to play with Nestor again, Zimonjic admitted, "I felt like we played one week ago. We didn’t have to adjust almost anything. We played two or three training sets at the beginning of the week. We actually played against them twice here. Both times it was close matches, so it was amazing to play them in the final. At the end we were a little bit lucky, but we played some good shots on the big points. I am happy to win another title after a tough season for me."

Huey and Inglot defeated fourth-seeded Poles Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski in the semi-finals. They were appearing in their third ATP World Tour final of the season. They were finalists at the US Men's Clay Court Championships in Houston (l. to Blake-Querrey) and won the Citi Open at Washington in August (d. Anderson-Querrey).

http://www.atpworldtour.com/News/Tennis ... Final.aspx

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Mirnyi/Nestor Reflect On Opening Win


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2012 w liczbach (debel)

Ranking: 5
Bilans meczów: 47-21 (69,1 %)
Łączna liczba spotkań: 68
Tytuły: 5 (Bazylea, Queen's Club, Roland Garros, Memphis, Brisbane)
Finały: 2 (Monte Carlon, Miami)
Zarobki: $696,713

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Bhupathi/Nestor Takes Partner Quiz


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Daniel Nestor Visits Toronto Stock Exchange (2008)


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ATP World Tour Uncovered Flashback Nestor Zjimonic (2008)


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Daniel Nestor & Nenad Zimonjic London 2010 Player Vignette


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Koz talks with Max Mirnyi & Daniel Nestor at ATP Memphis Tennis Tournament 2011



Max Mirnyi & Daniel Nestor Memphis 2011 Finals Presser


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Mirnyi & Nestor Talk About New Partnership In Brisbane (2011)


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