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Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 19 sie 2011, 10:28
autor: Ranger


Data urodzenia: 16.10.1983
Miejsce urodzenia: Augsburg, Niemcy
Narodowość: Niemcy
Miejsce zamieszkania: Altstätten, Szwajcaria
Wzrost: 178 cm
Masa ciała: 70 kg
Gra: praworęczna, jednoręczny backhand
Status profesjonalny: od 2001r.
Trener: Miles Maclagan

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Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 19 sie 2011, 10:30
autor: Ranger

Tytuły w singlu (4)
2012 (1) Monachium
2011 (1) Halle
2008 (1) Auckland
2007 (1) Monachium

Finały w singlu (5)
2013 (2) Monachium, Auckland
2012 (1) Kitzbuhel
2009 (1) Metz
2008 (1) Halle

Tytuły w deblu: 6
2009: (1) Halle (w/Christopher Kas)
2008: (2) Ad-Dauha (w/David Škoch), Stuttgart (w/Christopher Kas)
2007: (1) Monachium (w/Michaił Jużny)
2006: (1) Kitzbühel (w/Stefan Koubek)
2005: (1) Ho Chi Minh (w/Lars Burgsmüller)

Finały w deblu: 3
2012: (1) Doha (w/Christopher Kas)
2008: (2) Rotterdam (w/Michaił Jużny), Bazylea (w/Christopher Kas)

Inne: Zwycięstwo w drużynowym Pucharze Świata w tenisie ziemnym 2011

Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 19 sie 2011, 10:35
autor: Ranger

#1) Monachium 2007:

R32: Arnaud Clement (FRA) 6/2, 7/6(5)
R16: Jarkko Nieminen (FIN) 6/2, 6/4
Q: Sebastien Grosjean (FRA) 6/4, 7/6(5)
S: Marcos Baghdatis (CYP) 6/2, 6/3
F: Mikchail Youhzny (RUS) 2/6, 6/3, 6/4



#2) Auckland 2008:

R32: Michael Russel (USA) 7/5, 6/2
R16: Marin Cilic (CRO) 6/3, 6/7(5), 6/4
Q: Florian Mayer (GER) 6/3, 6/4
S: Juan Monaco (ARG) 6/2, 6/1
F: Juan Carlos Ferrero (ESP) 7/6(4), 7/5



#3) Halle 2011:

R32: Cedrik-Marcel Stebe (GER) 6/3, 3/6, 6/1
R16: Alexandr Dolgopolov (UKR) 6/3, 7/6(5)
Q: Lleyton Hewitt (AUS) 7/6(4), 6/4
S: Gael Monfils (FRA) 6/3, 6/3
F: Phillip Petzschner (GER) 7/6(5), 2/0 RET


Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 19 sie 2011, 11:20
autor: Ranger
Miles Maclagan trenerem Philippa:
Philipp Kohlschreiber Hires Miles Maclagan as New Coach

Philipp Kohlschreiber though he needed a change and has hired Miles Maclagan, former coach of andy Murray, as his new coach thinking ahead of the 2011 season.

Kohlschreiber, who beat Murray 6-2 6-1 in Monte Carlo in April, was ranked as high as 22nd and now is the 31st player in the ATP rankings.

Maclagan teamed up with Murray in 2007 and helped him to reach two Grand Slam finals before losing his job in July. He is also a former Great Britain Davis Cup player and reached a career-high world ranking of 172 in 1995.
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Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 19 sie 2011, 11:28
autor: Ranger
The Biofile Philipp Kohlschreiber

Philipp Kohlschreiber is World No. 34.

World No. 34 Philipp Kohlschreiber reveals his nickname, the last book he read and his favourite ice cream flavour in this biofile...

First Tennis Memory: "I think I just played - my family moved with me to South America, Caracas, Venezuela. I played every time normal with coach. Then my first tournament I was totally nervous and I lost 0 and 0 [smiles]. It wasn't a great start and I said I don't want to play any more tournaments, just practice. Right now, it's a

funny memory."

Tennis Inspirations: "Nobody in particular. I think it was just the time tennis was going very well in Germany. My parents like to play a little bit. And I was very young. I got in it with my parents."

Nicknames: "The most common in Germany is Kohli. Now I have a new one I like a little bit better, it's Peppo."

Hobbies/Leisure Activites: "Well, I really like to holiday, relax. In Germany I like to drive cars in the highway, we have no speed limit. Sometimes rent fast cars to enjoy a little bit the speed."

Favourite Movies: "Lord of the Rings and Star Wars."

Last Book Read: "I think it was a school book. I'm not reading a lot of books. I read magazines, the internet, but not books."

Musical Tastes: "Michael Jackson has a lot of good music. I like to listen to everything."

Current Car: "BMW (black)."

Favourite Ice Cream Flavour: "I have two - I always eat hazelnuts and lemon."

Greatest Sports Moment: "I think when I beat Andy Roddick in Melbourne in five sets. It was the first time in five sets I beat somebody. And also because night match. Everything. Yeah, it was a big thing for me."

Most Painful Moment: "Maybe I have two. No, I have just one. Maybe when I lost to Fabrice Santoro in five sets in Melbourne (2009). Was a tough one with a lot of feeling but yeah he was able to take it."

Favourite Tournaments: "I really like New York, it's fantastic. I think Montreal was a great tournament. And Germany - I like very much Halle, Hamburg. They're fantastic tournaments."

Closest Tennis Friends: "I have a lot of fun with Stefan Koubek, guys from Austria. And Jarkko Nieminen. We have a lot of fun. Mikhail Youzhny. Overall they are from every country. Maybe one or two we make fun of [smiles]."

Funniest Players Encountered: "Myself [smiles]."

Toughest Competitors Encountered: "I think Fernando Verdasco is a tough one. He's tough to play. Of course, the top five, as always everybody is tough to play. Tomas Berdych is a pretty good player, I lost a few times against him. And Robin Soderling."

Favourite Players To Watch: "In the Grand Slam, I watch a lot of tennis over the days - six-seven hours when I'm at the hotel. And then if I'm not playing, I really don't watch any tennis."

Funny Tennis Memory: "For me, a funny moment - if I play doubles and hit somebody in the feet or the butt. It's a big fun for me. (Hit partner?) No, not my partner. Opponent [smiles]."

Embarrassing Tennis Memory: "Yeah, like I said, the first one when I lost 0 and 0."

Best You Ever Felt On Court: "I think it's not when you play your best tennis, it's when you really fight. The best memories I have - maybe when I win in five sets or 7-6 in the third. This is something I think really special because you have so much emotion at the end. Lot of adrenaline in the body. If you've done it, then it's everything is releasing. I think that's a great feeling."

First Famous Tennis Player You Ever Met: "Michael Stich. I was very young (age 15). I was doing a lot of tournaments in Germany. And he invited me to the Team Cup. He was Davis Cup coach at this time. He invited me because Tommy Haas was injured."

People Qualities Most Admired: "I just hope for they have to be honest. Funny. And I think that's the most important."

Courtesy of Scoop Malinowski,
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Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 19 sie 2011, 11:49
autor: Ranger
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Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 19 sie 2011, 14:17
autor: Ranger
Kohlschreiber Captures Third Title


World No. 49 Philipp Kohlschreiber captured his third ATP World Tour title on Sunday, and his second on home soil, as he defeated Philipp Petzschner in an all-German final at the Gerry Weber Open in Halle. Kohlschreiber had been leading 7-6(5), 2-0 when Petzschner was forced to retire with a lower back injury.

Victory this week marked a turnaround in fortunes for the 27-year-old Kohlschreiber, who went into Halle with a 15-14 match record on the season and just two quarter-final showings. The Augsburg native found his form on the grass, ousting defending champion Lleyton Hewitt in the quarter-finals before toppling No. 3 seed Gael Monfils in the semi-finals.

"I think it was a fantastic week," said Kohlschreiber. "Every day I played a great match. Of course, the final ended quite short, but overall the week was great and to win in Germany is fantastic.

"It ended so quickly. So I wasn’t really feeling like a winner, but it was the best time for a victory. As you could see before, I really worked hard here, I tried to play good tennis here. It hasn’t worked that well this year until now. I never had a real success, so the win came in the right moment for me."

A disappointed Petzschner said, "This was a day to celebrate German tennis. I don’t think it would have been a problem for me had I lost in a tight match, I would have been proud of my performance. But to give up such a final, and then here, that’s incredibly bitter."

Kohlschreiber created the only break point chance in the first set at 5-5, but was unable to convert in a set that was dominated by strong serving performances by both players. In the deciding tie-break, Kohlschreiber established a 6-4 lead and converted his second set point as Petzschner committed a rare backhand unforced error.

However, the No. 71-ranked Petzschner was troubled by a lower back injury and received treatment at the end of the first set. The 27 year old attempted to carry on in the second set, but after going down an early break of serve, was forced to concede.

"I felt kind of nervous playing another German in the final and I knew he’d played a great week as well," reflected Kohlschreiber. "I knew what was coming. He was serving big, so I didn’t have so many chances, but I started to push up my level at the end of the first set and played some really good points in the tie-break. It was very important to win the first set, then maybe the early break and his injury forced him to stop earlier than if he had won the first set maybe."

As victor of the ATP World Tour 250 grass-court tennis tournament, Kohlschreiber received 250 South African Airways 2011 ATP Ranking points and €114,750 in prize money. It is the first time the right-hander has triumphed at the Gerry Weber Stadion, having finished runner-up to Roger Federer in the 2008 final.

His first two ATP World Tour titles came on clay in Munich (d. Youzhny) four years ago, and on hard court in Auckland (d. Ferrero) in 2008. He improved to a 3-6 record in ATP World Tour finals.

Former World No. 35 Petzschner was looking to win his second ATP World Tour title, adding to the trophy he won indoors in Vienna (d. Monfils) three years ago. Like Kohlschreiber, the Bayreuth had also struggled to find his best form in the first five months of the season, with his best result a semi-final showing in Munich (l. to Mayer). This week he had beaten No. 8 seed Milos Raonic and 2010 Wimbledon runner-up Tomas Berdych to reach the final.

"Both of us played solid tennis, we both served really well," described Petzschner. "And then out of the blue I’m serving and I notice that something is wrong. The more balls I hit the more obvious it became that I couldn’t finish the match like this. Not on a normal level anyway, I could have just stood in court, but that doesn’t make any sense. Maybe I would have really hurt myself then, or something really bad happens that costs me another eight or 10 weeks."
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Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 27 sie 2011, 22:17
autor: Ranger
ATP World Tour Uncovered - Philipp Kohlschreiber

Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 27 sie 2011, 22:21
autor: Ranger
Kohlschreiber Eastbourne 2011 - Facebook Feature

Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 27 sie 2011, 22:25
autor: Ranger
Philipp Kohlschreiber - Just Incredible (HD)

Mecz był 5 setowy, ale skoro to temat poświęcony Philippowi to ten skrót pokazuje punkty wygrane wyłącznie przez Kohlschreibera.

Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 08 gru 2011, 15:15
autor: Art
2011 w liczbach

Ranking: 43
Bilans meczów: 31-27
Tytuły: 1 (Halle)
Finały: 0
Zarobki: $744,965

Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 07 sty 2012, 4:38
autor: DUN I LOVE
Phillip dotarł do finału turnieju deblowego ATP Doha 2012. Niemiec grał w parze ze swoim rodakiem - Christopherem Kasem. Niemiecka para musiała w finale uznać wyższość czeskiej dwójki Rosol/Polasek.

To trzeci przegrany deblowy finał w karierze Kohlschreibera.

Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 22 sty 2012, 9:01
autor: Sempere
The Open Drive: Australian Open 2012

Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 12 kwie 2012, 20:02
autor: Joao
Philipp Kohlschreiber interview - Moscow 2011

After this "fixers watchlist" has been published, security probably doubled up and players speak through ATP officials. Unsurprisingly, many people from that list are playing Moscow. Philipp Kohlschreiber was kind enough to answer a few questions on his way to the shower in an informal way after he defeated Gilles Muller in 2nd round of Kremlin Cup.

It was a very convincing win for you today.

He served well, so it wasn't easy, but it's true - I played a good match - returned well, I was quick. I am happy about the way I showed up on the court.

Tomorrow you face Jeremy Chardy. He'll be also serving big.

I know this opponent; I faced him and I lost. But it was a different story. On clay and 2-3 years ago.

Last year.


2010 in Dusseldorf.

Uh. Yeah. *not convinced* So it will be a different match now.

How do you feel about this season? You won Halle but apart from that highlight it's been quite poor.

Of course, it's bittersweet. Halle was a good week, but I dropped like 20 places in the ranking, so I am focusing on the next season to catch up with the points lost. I play here well, my shape is improving, so I am optimistic.

You're considered one of the most talented players on tour who have never had a breakthrough. Could you explain it?

*laugh* Yes. Nice. You know, there is me and there are other guys, who are not just standing and watching me play. So this is why it's not easy.

You have problems with closing matches out.

Yeah. I guess that is the issue. ... rn969.html

Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 06 maja 2012, 22:45
autor: Ranger
#4) Monachium 2012:

R32 bye
R16 Ernests Gulbis (LOT) 7/5, 6/3
QF Marinko Matosevic (AUS) 6/0, 7/6
SF Feliciano Lopez (SPA) 6/2, 6/7, 6/4
F Maricn Cilic (CRO) 7/6, 6/3


Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 06 maja 2012, 22:51
autor: Ranger
Kohlschreiber Captures Second Munich Title


Fourth seed Philipp Kohlschreiber captured his second title at the BMW Open on Sunday, defeating No. 3 seed Marin Cilic 7-6(8), 6-3 in Munich.

Kohlschreiber saved seven of the eight break points he faced, including all four against his serve in the second set, to seal the final victory in one hour and 49 minutes. He secured his fifth win in eight meetings with Cilic to lift his first trophy of the season.

"I think we had a tight and great first set. I was a little more lucky in the important moments," Kohlschreiber reflected to "Maybe that was the key to the whole match. I had a good start in the second set, making a break and I held it until the end."

The German improved to a 17-6 record at the ATP World Tour 250 clay-court tournament, adding to his triumph over Mikhail Youzhny in 2007. He is now 4-2 in title matches, and became the first two-time German winner at the event. In addition to winning € 71,900 in prize money, Kohlschreiber takes home a brand new white BMW Z4 sDrive28i and two business class tickets to South Africa courtesy of South African Airways.

"It's tough to find the words when you win your home tournament," said Kohlschreiber. "The win at the BMW Open in 2007 gave me a great start in my career. Now, in the later stages of my career, it's an amazing feeling to win in front of my home fans."

Cilic finished runner-up for the second time, having lost to Youzhny in the 2010 final. He was bidding to win his first clay-court crown in three finals, and fell to an overall final record of 6-7.

"I didn't find a rhythm like I had in the days before. I think that had an impact during the match," Cilic said. "I had four or five set points in the first set. I felt the whole time I was trying to catch him. Today's conditions were pretty heavy, so I needed to find a good balance with everything. It's unfortunate losing in the final for the second time, but I'm happy with the week. I'm going to put this final behind me and look forward to Madrid."
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Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 07 maja 2012, 9:44
autor: DUN I LOVE
Tutaj wygrywał swój pierwszy zawodowy turniej, by po 5 latach ponownie powrócić. Stare BMW pewnie się znudziło. :P

Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 08 cze 2012, 10:04
autor: robpal
Kohlschreiber Preparing For Halle Title Defence


World No. 26 Philipp Kohlschreiber is in Halle preparing for his title defence at the Gerry Weber Open, which begins 11 June.

The German has produced consistent success at the ATP World Tour 250 grass-court event, reaching the quarter-finals or better in six of his seven appearances, highlighted by his title victory over countryman Philipp Petzschner in 2011.

“I felt very comfortable here last year and I return with a lot of self confidence and strength,” said Kohlschreiber. “I am looking forward to good tennis and am looking forward to my opponents. Of course I want to be as successful this year as last. I am really looking forward to the matches, I am in top form and I hope to get a bit of luck of the draw.”

The 28 year old believes his success in Halle is a result of the tournament’s environment.

“The atmosphere at the Gerry Weber Open is always fantastic and that spills over onto the players and their performances,” Kohlschreiber said. “The crowd in Halle always gives me a lot of energy and the atmosphere is ecstatic and I feel at home here.”

Kohlschreiber captured his fourth career ATP World Tour trophy at the BMW Open in Munich earlier this season, giving him three titles on home soil.
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Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 04 lip 2012, 19:11
autor: DUN I LOVE
Wimbledon 2012: pierwszy wielkoszlemowy ćwierćfinał.


Phillip rozegrał podczas tegorocznego Wimbledonu swój najlepszy wielkoszlemowy turniej w karierze. Po raz pierwszy osiągnął ćwierćfinał (przegrał z Jo-Wilfriedem Tsongą w 4 setach). Jego poprzednie najepsze wyniki w WS pochodziły z Australian Open 2005, 2008 i 2012 oraz z Roland Garros 2009 (wszędzie 4 runda).

Re: Philipp Kohlschreiber

: 05 lip 2012, 11:43
autor: Jacuszyn
Konferencja po zwycięstwie w 3 rundzie Wimbledonu.
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