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Państwo: Francja
Miejsce zamieszkania: Rueil-Malmaison
Data i miejsce urodzenia: 18 maja 1980, Paryż
Wzrost: 190 cm
Masa ciała: 80 kg
Gra leworęczna, jednoręczny backhand
Status profesjonalny: 1999


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#1 "S-Hertogenbosch 2004
1R: Y.-H. Lu 6-3 6-1
2R: J.Vacek 6-3 6-4
QF: R.Sluiter 6-7 7-6 6-3
SF: T.Robredo 6-3, 6-2
W: G.Coria 6-3, 6-4

#2 Adelajda 2008
1R: G.Simon 7-6 6-3
2R: E.Korolev 7-6 6-3
QF: B.Becker 7-6 6-4
SF: J.Siriani 6-3 7-6
W: J.Nieminen 6-3 6-4

#3 Rotterdam 2008
1R: R.Sluiter 6-1 7-6
2R: N.Davydenko 6-3 7-5
QF: R.Haase 7-6 7-6
SF: I.Karlovic 7-5 7-6
W: R.Soderling 6-7 6-3 7-6

#4 Marsylia 2010
1R: E.Roger-Vasselin 6-7 6-3 6-4
2R: M.Baghdatis 7-6 6-4
QF: R.Soderling 7-6 6-4
SF: M.Zverev 6-1 7-6
W: J.Benneteau 6-3, 6-4

#5 Eastbourne 2010
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1R: (Q)M. Emmrich (GER) 6-0 6-3
2R: S. Robert (FRA) 6-1 6-7(2) 6-4
QF: (3)(WC)G. Simon (FRA) 6-1 6-3
SF: (7)A.Dolgopolov (UKR) 6-3 7-5
W: (5)G.Garcia-Lopez (ESP) 7-5 6-2

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W: Kuala Lumpur 09, Memphis 10, Eastbourne 10, World Tour Finals 10, Cincinnati 12, Auckland 14, Sydney 16, Quito 17, Buenos Aires 17, Halle 17, Umag 17
F: Metz 09, Basel 09, Johannesburg 10, Stuttgart 10, Toronto 10, Valencia 10, San Jose 11, Buenos Aires 16, Miami 17, Tokyo 17
Roland Garros & US Open doubles champion, Olympic silver & bronze medalist, World Team Cup 2010 winner.


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US Open, postać 3. dnia: Michaël Llodra

30-letni Michaël Llodra (ATP 35) zagrał jak profesor w spotkaniu z finalistą Wimbledonu Tomášem Berdychem (ATP 7). Czech nie grał źle (popełnił tylko 18 niewymuszonych błędów), ale w starciu z szalejącym przy siatce tenisistą z Ruiel-Malmaison był bezradny. Za nami trzeci dzień US Open i po raz trzeci na miano postaci dnia zasłużył reprezentant Francji.
Llodra na 75 wycieczek do siatki zdobył 48 punktów, wolej go nie zawodził w tych najważniejszych momentach. Może otwarty tenis nie wróci do łask, ale przyjemnie jest popatrzeć, jak niektórzy tenisiści nie zapomnieli jeszcze, czym jest wolej w tenisie. Francuzem w wieku 13 i 14 lat zajmował się George Deniau, trener Guya Forget i Jakoba Hlaska i to on przyswoił mu taktykę serwis i wolej. W karierze juniorskiej Llodra osiągnął deblowy półfinał US Open 1997 i Wimbledonu 1998.

Wszechstronny Llodra ze względu na doskonale opanowaną sztukę gry serwis i wolej najlepiej czuje się na kortach trawiastych. Francuz rozgrywa bardzo dobry sezon. Wygrał turnieje w Marsylii (korty twarde) i Eastbourne (trawa) oraz osiągnął ćwierćfinał na kortach klubu Queen's (trawa). W sumie na swoim koncie ma pięć tytułów w singlu. Największe sukcesy w karierze osiągnął jednak w grze podwójnej, w parze z Fabricem Santoro wygrał Australian Open 2003 i 2004 oraz Masters Cup 2005, a wspólnie z Arnaudem Clémentem triumfował podczas Wimbledonu 2007.

W singlowych występach w Wielkim Szlemie Llodra najdalej zawędrował do 1/8 finału, co udało mu się dotychczas trzykrotnie: na Roland Garros 2004 i 2008 oraz US Open 2004.

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Status: Winner of five ATP singles titles including Marseille and Eastbourne in 2010. Winner of 18 doubles titles including 2003 & 2004 Australian Opens (with Santoro) and 2007 Wimbledon (with Clement). Won 2005 Masters Cup in Shanghai with Santoro. Has career wins over Soderling, Berdych, Almagro, Coria, Baghdatis.

Ht: 6-3 Wt:: 178

DOB: May 18, 1980 In: Paris, France

First Tennis Memory: “The victory of France against U.S. in Davis Cup in 1991.”

Tennis Inspirations: “Stefan Edberg, Henri Leconte and Patrick Rafter.”

Current Car: “Jaguar.”

Pre-Match Feeling: “I love to go to the toilet [smiles]. Many times [laughs].”

Favorite Meal: “Japanese.”

Favorite Ice Cream Flavor: “Vanilla.”

Musical Tastes: “The Boss – Bruce Springsteen [smiles].”

Last Book Read: “Something with traitor, French book with a traitor.”

Greatest Sports Moment: “I think my first win – ATP title. My first win (def. Coria in s-Hertogenbosch in 2004).”

Most Painful Moment: “When we lose, with Clement, the medal in Olympic Games.”

Favorite Tournament: “Actually, Lyon.”

Closest Tennis Friends: “Amelie Mauresmo.”

Funniest Player Encountered: “Dimitri Tursunov.”

Toughest Opponent: “Santoro.”

Strangest Match: “Tough to say. But against Almagro in Roland Garros two years ago. One set all, 6-0 in the tiebreak for me and I lost the tiebreak. And fourth set, it went 6-4 for him, 4-1 and two breaks, and I won the match. So it was always up and down.”

Funny Tennis Memory: “Ljubicic, when I went in his locker (in Miami). (What made you do that?) It was funny. Arnaud Clement asked, Do you think you could fit in his locker? Maybe. I’m gonna try. And I did it [smiles].”

Favorite Players To Watch: “I like Federer. For me is the best.”

People Qualities Most Admired: “Generous and smile. That’s good.”

Family: Wife, Camille; daughter, Manon; son, Teo.

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Strong Net Play to Match His Sense of Humor

Michael Llodra’s originality is not restricted to his style of play. This, after all, is the same French player who decided to stuff himself into Ivan Ljubicic’s locker completely nude in 2005 in an attempt, so he explained, to capture the good vibrations that Ljubicic was generating by winning so many matches.

It should come as no surprise that Ljubicic was in for quite a surprise when he opened his locker door that spring in Miami.

“He was looking at me, I was looking at him,” Ljubicic said. “I said, ‘What are you doing here?’ ”

The question would seem to apply to Llodra at the United States Open. Professional tennis has become a baseliners’ kingdom in recent years, with advances in string technology and racket technology and players’ resulting ability to generate pace from extended positions conspiring against those aggressive traditionalists who still have a yen for the net.

But Llodra, 30, has kept pushing the point and pushing forward, and his approach, however lonely, does not yet deserve to be labeled an anachronism. Despite inflammation in the arch of his left foot that had him wondering if he could play here, he appears to be in the form of his life. After taking out the Wimbledon finalist Tomas Berdych in the first round in straight sets without dropping his serve, he did the same thing to another more physically imposing opponent, Victor Hanescu of Romania, on Friday, winning, 7-6 (2), 6-4, 6-2.

For those with the foresight or good fortune to have found their way to Court 13, it was 2 hours 10 minutes very well spent, as Llodra showed off a wide range of tennis exotica that sent ripple after ripple of appreciation through the sun-baked crowd.

Llodra, ranked 35th after dropping to No. 144 last year, came to net the time-honored way: after sliced approach shots. He came to net after ripped returns, usually ripped with his one-handed backhand. He came to net, of course, after his serve, but the best bits happened after he got there, as he used his deft touch to hit drop-volley winners, half-volley drop-shot winners, backhand overhead winners, reflex volley winners and straightforward volley winners.

Good things happened far too often — he won 71 percent of the points when he was at net — for it to be all about reflexes and athleticism. There was also a clear understanding of the geometry of net play: of setting up the next volley with the first, of positioning the body and the racket head in the most advantageous spots. And for many of those who have spent time watching today’s players trade gale-force forehands from several feet behind the baseline, it felt rather like reconnecting with a lost art.

“He’s a poet,” came a voice from above.

“Sweetness,” said Burt Podbere, a 44-year-old Canadian who was sitting three rows up from the court.

“Sure, I hear it,” said Llodra, who said he got a particular kick out of hearing the word “terrific” in the United States. “The accent makes me laugh, and they look at me like I made an extraterrestrial shot. But I try to stay focused on the match, otherwise you can quickly drift far away. I’m happy because I have the impression to hit a shot they never have seen, but it’s still just a tennis shot. If I can hit it, it’s not impossible.”

Llodra, whose father was a professional soccer player in France, chose tennis over soccer as a youngster and then proceeded to get himself kicked out of tennis clubs and the prestigious training center in Boulouris for breaking too many rules (including curfew) and talking back far too often.

“I like to make jokes, I like to tease, but when I was young I was also a bit arrogant and sometimes I went beyond the limits,” he said.

Marriage and fatherhood — he has two young children — have calmed the beast considerably. But he remains a prankster and provocateur at heart.

“Most of them aren’t fit for your newspaper,” said his coach, Remi Barbarin. “He’s got a taste for the burlesque. He’s very funny. He takes up a lot of the air in the room, because he likes to talk. If he’s not talking, things are bad. “

But on court, Llodra tends to play it cooler, channeling his nervous energy. Still, there are moments when his inner muse gets too loud to ignore. He served underhand against Roger Federer during his loss to him last month in Toronto simply because he wanted to try something different. He later exchanged shirts on court after the match with Federer, a friend since junior days, as if they were soccer players.

Llodra does not do bashful, just as he didn’t in 2004 when he and partner Fabrice Santoro stripped down to their underwear after winning the Australian Open doubles title and threw their clothes into the stands.

“He’s got an impulsive side, no doubt, but he’s a terrific guy and a family man at heart,” Barbarin said.

While others serve and volley, nobody does it as frequently as Llodra on both his first and second serve. He gets away with it in part because he has great hands and quickness, in part because he has experience but also because he’s a left-hander.

“I think if I were right-handed I would create fewer problems,” he said. “It’s true that being a lefty I find different angles. There are not many lefties out here.”

He is also one of the last players on tour to use pure gut string, a move made to enhance his touch. Others who still use pure gut include his fellow Frenchman Arnaud Clément and the Williams sisters. But the vast majority now use polyester strings or a blend of gut and polyester.

“I played for two years on clay with half and half, and it’s true I lost lots of sensations on, for example, drop volleys,” Llodra said. “It’s true I could hit harder from the baseline and control the ball, but it didn’t really let me play my best game, because I tended to stay back more, and I didn’t go to net enough.”

That has not been the case in New York this year.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/09/04/sport ... ref=tennis


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Llodra is bringing the serve and volley game back to life again

It's so refreshing to see a real serve and volleyer making his way deep into a Grand Slam. I regret it, but it's unfortunately an endangered species nowadays. That kind of player is a victim of the way the surfaces have been slowed, like the balls. As the young players are identifying themselves with the big stars of their days, they're developing a similar game style. No wonder they don't even think of this kind of play, for my biggest regret. Yannick Noah, Pat Cash, Patrick Rafter or Stefan Edberg's era is gone for good. Under those circumstances, what Michaël Llodra is achieving in New York gives me, personally, a huge satisfaction.

Since a decade, ATP is in a « let's get the game slower » strategy. Surfaces and balls allow dictating the speed of the game. Wimbledon is surely the best example of a deep work aiming at changing the way of playing on this surface. Grass, so fast back in the days, has been slowed again and again with changing the grass used and with bringing in the game larger and heaviest balls. It's all about details here for sure but at the end you can see how big the game has been affected.

I'm not trying at all, let this be clear, to undermine Rafael Nadal's victory, but this result would have been way more difficult to achieve in the old conditions. Even indoor surfaces, once such a treat for the big serving guys and for the aggressive players, have suffered the same evolution. Courts are rough, taking the effects a lot, especially the topspin. From one tournament to an other, form a court to an other one, differences remain of course but they've been lowered, smoothed in order to get more and more homogeneity. This decision is of course harming the diversity of the game and it leads to see everybody playing the same way with a huge advantage for the big hitters. This slowing down process has pushed to the exit a whole generation of serve and volleyers. The game of those players is mainly driven by the speed and by putting the opponent under pressure so they can't put their game in order.

This type of surface is helping Michaël's game

They're now only a few to try to go on in this aggressive tennis. Among us, Michaël Llodra, who will try to earn his ticket for the quarters against Tommy Robredo. He's taking advantage of the US Open courts, which are really faster this season than the other Grand Slams. The Frenchie is leaving an amazing week and displaying a very beautiful game. It must be said that this Grand Slam has always kind of succeeded to the aggressive players. The rebound is lower and the speed is higher than what players can find on other tournaments of the tour. Historically, Flushing Meadows has always been the serve and volleyers land. McEnroe won four times, Edberg twice, Becker once, Rafter twice and Sampras five times.

A really light pressure

French players don't like pressure. When they're waited, they're most of the times, disappointing. On the contrary, they're playing much more freely and achieving wonderful matches when they're playing in the shadow, under the radar. Before the US Open, you would read many articles on the theme "Frenchies can't make it at the US Open." Adding to that, Mika is battling a foot injury since the start of the tournament. He even didn't know if he was going to be able to play his first match at all. But at the end, conditions are becoming perfect for him cause he's playing totally relaxed. If he wins, it's a big achievement and if he loses well it'll be taken as somehow logical. So he's just playing a point at a time, without any back thought. He's living in the moment and enjoying each bit of it.

A special style

As the good « last of the last serve and volleyer » player he is, he's disturbing every other guy. Nobody is used to play against him and his game style. The opponent is tense cause put under pressure all the time by Mika coming to the net. So his opponents feel the need to take more risks even when they're not in position to. Mika is attacking them even on second serves and, when the play is on, he waits for the first short ball to rush at the net. When he's facing Tomas Berdych in the first round, it's the Czech who is under pressure and who has the most to lose. So Mika pushes and pushes again and Berdych spreads the unforced errors all over the place.
Other advantage for the French is that he's a lefty. They're very few on the tour and it helps him to find unusual angles. Tough for an opponent to find his routine in this situation so he's constantly hitting the ball feeling uncomfortable.

The importance of staying fresh minded

Waiting to see if the French will inspire some young players, which I'm strongly hoping for, I can only hope that he'll realize what he's achieving right now as late as possible. Innocence is one of the keys, like what Tsonga or Baghdatis have done in the past at the Australian Open and then were brought back on earth in a snap while understanding what was going on. Marcos always told me the following thing: "Don't let me think". A lot of meaning behind this cause Marcos, who is always more efficient when he plays freely, knows that he'll play the best when he just lets his body act without being disturbed by a wrong thinking. Mika is in this state of mind and let's hope he'll stay in the zone as long as possible.

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Llodra, czyli jak grać pięknie i skutecznie

Sięgając po życiowe sukcesy w wieku 30 lat, Michaël Llodra być może stanie się inspiracją dla innych i to wtedy będzie należało uznać za jego największe osiągnięcie. Dzięki paryżaninowi nie można mówić o śmierci stylu serw&wolej na najwyższym poziomie.

dzisiejszym tenisie, w warunkach szybkich kortów, piłek i doskonałego przygotowania ogólnego zawodników, gra ofensywna jest wysoce ryzykowna. Llodra, który przed tym sezonem wspiął się najwyżej na 34. miejsce w rankingu, w turnieju w Bercy pokonał bez straty seta Johna Isnera, Novaka Đokovicia i Nikołaja Dawidienkę.

- To jakby druga kariera na mnie czekała - mówił w piątek po pierwszym w karierze awansie do półfinału imprezy rangi Masters 1000. - Zwycięstwo nad Đokoviciem było bardziej spektakularne, ale to też jest wielkie, ponieważ przekroczyłem pewną barierę. Nie grałem wielkiego tenisa, ale byłem niezwykle mocny w najważniejszych momentach. Nie panikowałem, gdy straciłem serwis w pierwszym secie - tłumaczył.

W toku jego kariery znajdujemy przypadki, gdy naprawdę panikował, szczególnie przeciw czołowym zawodnikom. Teraz dzień po dniu rozgromił obrońcę tytułu w Bercy i wciąż aktualnego mistrza Masters. Co się stało? Na to pytanie zna być może odpowiedź Amélie Mauresmo, dwukrotna mistrzyni wielkoszlemowa, która późną wiosną została konsultantką Llodry. Celem tej współpracy było właśnie to, by Mikę nastawić psychicznie przed meczami z wielkimi.

- "Szalony Llodra" nie zniknął - tłumaczył podekscytowanym przedstawicielom mediów podczas konferencji prasowej. - Po prostu coraz lepiej kieruję swoją karierą, bo mam już jakieś doświadczenie. To całkowicie nie chroni mnie jednak od wybuchów od czasu do czasu. Z pomocą pewnych ludzi [merci Amélie!] potrafiłem poprawić parę rzeczy i teraz czuję się komfortowo w swoich butach. Nie czuję się wypalony ani fizycznie, ani mentalnie. Czuję, że mogę iść dalej.

Teraz w centrum zainteresowania, Llodra przyznał, że przez większość kariery grał głównie po to, by zabawić publiczność, a jednocześnie sprawić radość z tenisa samemu sobie. - Dziś mogę czerpać przyjemność także z pozostawania skupionym w swojej ofensywnej grze - wyjaśnił.

- To po prostu bajka - powiedział po triumfie z Dawidienką. W sobotę jego rywalem w walce o finał będzie Robin Söderling (bilans 2-0 dla Francuza). - On nie lubi mojego stylu gry, na którym ja muszę polegać. Nie chcę się tutaj zatrzymywać. Nic mnie nie boli. Jestem teraz przekonany, że jest dla mnie miejsce w tym turnieju - przyznał.

Nadzieja na Puchar Davisa

Na trybunach w Bercy siedzi ktoś szczególnie zainteresowany formą Llodrą: to Guy Forget, kapitan Francuzów w Pucharze Davisa, którego finał w Belgradzie "trójkolorowi" zagrają w dniach 3-5 grudnia. - Nie będę kłamał. Mika na ten moment zdobywa większość punktów - powiedział dziennikowi "L'Équipe".

Według Forget półfinał Masters 1000 jest dla Llodry nagrodą za pracę przez niego wykonaną: - Za ten upór, by się rozwinąć - dodał kapitan. - Dziś jest całkowicie świadom swoich możliwości. Zademonstrował nam to zresztą już wielokrotnie w Pucharze Davisa. Jestem bardzo szczęśliwy, że widzę go tak grającego w tenisa w Paryżu, przed jego rodziną i przyjaciółmi. Jest w stanie pokazać tenis spektakularny, ale nade wszystko efektywny.

Forget zwraca uwagę na aspekt mentalny: - Jest w stanie prowadzić swoje mecze z wielkim spokojem, łączyć ze sobą wszystkie punkty. W tym aspekcie dokonał największego postępu - przyznał. - Powie Söderlingowi: "Jesteś dla mnie zbyt silny, ja tak nie gram, będę ciągle chodził do siatki po serwisie, będę zmieniał rytm, by tylko cię niepokoić". W ostatnich meczach tak właśnie obchodził się z rywalami: przetrwał początek i wygrywał pierwszego seta. Tamci obniżają poziom gry, ponieważ są zmęczeni i sfrustrowani tym, że nie mogą złapać rytmu.

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The Last Word: ATP No. 23, Michael Llodra

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Llodra is widely regarded as the best
serve-and-volleyer on the ATP tour.


Best of 2010
The Frenchman was brilliant at the Paris Masters, the final regular-season tournament. After beating John Isner in the second round, Llodra shocked Novak Djokovic in straight sets and defeated Nikolay Davydenko to reach the semifinals. Llodra’s inspired run ended against Robin Soderling, who won 6-7, 7-5, 7-6 (6) after the serve-and-volleyer missed on three match points.

Worst of 2010
Llodra came into 2010 ranked No. 67 and slid from there. The lefty dropped four of his first five matches.

Year in Review
Known primarily for his play in doubles, Llodra made an imprint on the singles circuit this season. The 11-year-veteran won two titles (Marseille and Eastbourne) and ascended higher than No. 30 in the singles rankings for the first time. Llodra can attribute much of his success to his exceptional lefty serve, which routinely frustrates players. The Frenchman gobbles up weak returns with his serve-and-volley tactics, another wrinkle of his game that can trouble his opponents (which are mostly power baseliners). This uncommon but effective approach catapulted Llodra 44 spots in the rankings from the start of the season.

See for Yourself
Llodra’s serve-and-volley game was firing on all cylinders against Djokovic in Paris, to the delight of the hometown crowd.



The Last Word
Facts are facts: Llodra will be 31 next season, doesn’t hit the ball particularly hard and has an unconventional style of play. So this was all a fluke, right? Wrong. He’s figured out how to win consistently, and although the Top 10 seems too high a mountain to climb, the Frenchman will continue to impress in 2011.

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Ranking: 23
Turnieje: 2 (Eastbourne, Marsylia)
Finały: 0
Mecze: 29-22
Zarobki: $849,318

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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 (18)
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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DOUBLES 2011

Llodra-Zimonjic Top Mirnyi-Nestor In Basel Final

No. 1 seeds Michael Llodra and Nenad Zimonjic captured their fourth team title on Sunday at the Swiss Indoors Basel, defeating second-seeded Max Mirnyi and Daniel Nestor 6-4, 7-5.

After failing to serve out the match leading 5-4 in the second set, Llodra and Zimonjic broke Mirnyi and Nestor for the fourth time to move ahead 6-5, and subsequently finished off the clash to claim the title victory in one hour and 17 minutes. “Michael played amazing today. I hope we can play like this next week in Paris in front of [his] home crowd,” Zimonjic said in an on-court interview.

“This was the first title for Mika and I where my brother and Mika’s physio had a chance to watch, so we’re happy that we could do it in front of [them].”

The two teams were meeting for the fifth time this season and with the win, the Frenchman-Serbian duo improved to 3-2 against Mirnyi and Nestor. The Belarusian-Canadian tandem had won their most recent meeting in the Shanghai Rolex Masters final, as well as the semi-finals of Roland Garros en route to hoisting their first major title together. Llodra and Zimonjic took encounters in the semi-finals of the Rogers Cup and the Mutua Madrid Open quarter-finals.

This matchup had important implications for the season-ending Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London. Both teams have already secured their berths, but are battling for No. 2 in the 2011 ATP Doubles Team Rankings. Llodra and Zimonjic will take a sizeable lead heading into the BNP Paribas Masters, the final ATP World Tour event of the regular season.

Zimonjic was appearing in his third straight final in Basel, after triumphing in 2009 and finishing runner-up last year with Nestor. Llodra and Mirnyi were both contesting their first title match at the event, while Nestor was seeking his third crown, having also lifted the trophy in 2005 with Mark Knowles.


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2017: Szanghaj, Bazylea
2016: Queen's Club, Atlanta
2014: Pekin
2013: Montpellier, Atlanta
2012: Kuala Lumpur, Szanghaj, Bazylea

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2017: Sofia, Barcelona, s-Hertogenbosch', Wimbledon
2016: Genewa, s-Hertogenbosch
2013: Barcelona, Madryt, Paryż - Bercy
2012: Dubaj, Estoril, Madryt, Rzym, Nicea
2011: Los Angeles

Gra podwójna:

Tytuły (4): Wimbledon’13, Australian Open’15, Roland Garros’15, Us Open'17
Finały (2): Us Open’15, Wimbledon’16


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Llodra-Zimonjic Save 5 M.P. To Win Rotterdam Trophy

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Second seeds Michael Llodra and Nenad Zimonjic captured the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament trophy on Sunday, saving five match points to edge out No. 3 seeds Robert Lindstedt and Horia Tecau 4-6, 7-5, 16-14 in Rotterdam.

After splitting sets, the two teams battled it out for the championship in a gripping Match Tie-break. Both teams had several opportunities to clinch the final, before Llodra and Zimonjic converted on their fourth match point to prevail in one hour and 41 minutes. "I have no idea how we did it," Zimonjic told ATPWorldTour.com.

"They were controlling the match for a set and a half, playing really good, not giving us any chances on their serves. After a really good game, when we broke Lindstedt, we got back in the match. Then it was a rollercoaster, saving a lot of match points, so I'm really happy."

The French-Serbian pair are now 4-0 against Lindstedt and Tecau, defeating the duo for the third time in an ATP World Tour final. In similar fashion, Llodra and Zimonjic saved four match points against the Swede and Romanian to lift their first team title at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic in 2011. "When we beat them in the Washington final, we thought that was crazy, but today it's even better," Llodra said. "It's always good to win. It's only our second tournament this year and we've already won a title."

They have now won five titles together since joining forces last season. "We fought until the end," said Llodra. "It's a great tournament for us. It's always nice to win such a big event like this."


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2017: Szanghaj, Bazylea
2016: Queen's Club, Atlanta
2014: Pekin
2013: Montpellier, Atlanta
2012: Kuala Lumpur, Szanghaj, Bazylea

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2017: Sofia, Barcelona, s-Hertogenbosch', Wimbledon
2016: Genewa, s-Hertogenbosch
2013: Barcelona, Madryt, Paryż - Bercy
2012: Dubaj, Estoril, Madryt, Rzym, Nicea
2011: Los Angeles

Gra podwójna:

Tytuły (4): Wimbledon’13, Australian Open’15, Roland Garros’15, Us Open'17
Finały (2): Us Open’15, Wimbledon’16


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Llodra nie odbił tytułu w Marsylii

Michael Llodra nie zdołał po raz drugi wygrać imprezy w Marsylii, w finale ulegając Juanowi Martinowi del Potro. Był to trzeci występ Llodry w finale turnieju Open 13: w 2009 roku został finalistą, zaś w 2010 zdobył tytuł.

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Llodra grał w finale po raz 10. w karierze i poniósł piątą porażkę.

Michael Llodra - przegrane finały (5):
2012 (1) Marsylia
2009 (2) Lyon, Marsylia
2005 (1) 's-Hertogenbosch
2004 (1) Adelajda

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2016: WTF (F), Basel (F), Cincinnati (W), Roland Garros (F), Marsylia (W), Doha (W);
2015: WTF (W), Basel (W), Winston-Salem (W), Hamburg (W), Wimbledon (F), Stuttgart (W), Monte Carlo (F), Indian Wells (F);
2014: Halle (F)


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Michael Llodra yells racial epithets at BNP Paribas Open

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During Michael Llodra's 6-3, 5-7, 7-6(3) victory over Ernests Gulbis, the French player yelled some racial epithets to a fan that were caught by a former Canadian tennis reporter.

Tom Tebbutt, a former columnist for the Toronto Globe and Mail who works for Tennis Canada, tweeted what he saw.

“Sat very first row — dead centre behind the court for Llodra-Gulbis — heard a lot. Deplorable behaviour by Llodra — read next tweet.”

“ML smacked ball out of court, threw racquet, called female Gulbis supporter in crowd a ‘f–king Chinese.' I confirmed later with brother of woman.”

A tournament spokesman said they were made aware of Llodra's actions and will look into it. An ATP Tour spokesperson said they are investigating the situation, but no action has been taken.
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Frenchman Michael Llodra has been fined $2,500 for verbally abusing a spectator during his first-round match against Latvia's Ernests Gulbis at Indian Wells.

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Llodra won that match 6-3 5-7 7-6 on Friday but withdrew from his second-round encounter with compatriot Jo-Wilfried Tsonga on Sunday because of a knee injury when trailing 4-1.
The ATP gave no further details about Llodra's actions on Friday.
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Michael Llodra srebrnym medalistą IO 2012 w Londynie !

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Francuz Michael Llodra w minionym tygodniu wywalczył srebrny medal podczas deblowego turnieju igrzysk olimpijskich 2012 w Londynie. Llodra i jego partner Tsonga podczas całego tygodnia zmagań rozgrywanych na kortach All England Clubu nie znaleźli sobie równych przeciwników aż do finału, w którym musieli uznać wyższość braci Bryanów.

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2017: Szanghaj, Bazylea
2016: Queen's Club, Atlanta
2014: Pekin
2013: Montpellier, Atlanta
2012: Kuala Lumpur, Szanghaj, Bazylea

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2017: Sofia, Barcelona, s-Hertogenbosch', Wimbledon
2016: Genewa, s-Hertogenbosch
2013: Barcelona, Madryt, Paryż - Bercy
2012: Dubaj, Estoril, Madryt, Rzym, Nicea
2011: Los Angeles

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Tytuły (4): Wimbledon’13, Australian Open’15, Roland Garros’15, Us Open'17
Finały (2): Us Open’15, Wimbledon’16


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