Pierre-Hugues Herbert - Schiltigheim, France
69 Singles Ranking
France France
  Age:26 (18.03.1991)
Birthplace:Schiltigheim, France
Residence:Develier, Switzerland
Height:6'2" (188 cm)
Weight:174 lbs (79 kg)
Turned Pro:2010
Coach:Boris Vallejo and Jean Roch Herbert
Singles Statistics as of 26.06.2017
  Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money*
2016 Current 69   2 7-11 0 $582,113
Career High 68 20.02.2017 27-42 0 $3,412,531 *Singles & Doubles combined
Doubles Statistics as of 26.06.2017
  Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money*
2016 Current 7   - 16-8 1 $582,113
Career High 2 11.07.2016 93-47 9 $3,412,531 *Singles & Doubles combined
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Player Stats as of: 26.06.2017

Service Record Year-to-Date
Aces 168
Double Faults 63
1st Serve 62%
1st Serve Points Won 75%
2nd Serve Points Won 52%
Break Points Faced 93
Break Points Saved 61%
Service Games Played 220
Service Games Won 84%
Service Points Won 66%
Return Record Year-to-Date
1st Serve Return Points Won 23%
2nd Serve Return Points Won 45%
Break Points Opportunities 89
Break Points Converted 25%
Return Games Played 223
Return Games Won 10%
Return Points Won 31%
Total Points Won 49%
Year In Review


Reached first Grand Slam doubles final at Australian Open (w/Mahut), having beaten four seeded teams en route to the title match…Lost to Bolelli-Fognini in two-set final…Had been attempting to become the first all-French team to win the Australian Open since Llodra-Santoro in 2004…

On 18 February, retired due to right shoulder injury at 57 02 versus Simon in Marseille 1R…

On 21 May, contested the longest match in Roland Garros qualifying history, losing to Arnaboldi 27-25 in third set in 2R, lasting four hours and 26 minutes...It was five games shy of equalling the most games played in a Roland Garros match (main draw or qualifying) set by Isner and Mathieu (76 games) in 2012...It was also a record number of games in a Roland Garros qualifier, beating the previous record was set in 1996 when Nestor beat Guardiola 4-6, 6-3, 22-20...Reached Roland Garros 3R (w/Mahut), losing to Pospisil-Sock in two TB sets...


Coached by father, Jean Roch ... Father is a coach (who enjoys playing guitar and introduced Pierre Hugues to tennis at age 3); mother, Marie Laure, is a tennis instructor...Whole family plays tennis, including brother, Gabriel, and sister, Marjolaine... Former ITF #9 in 2009, reached SF in US Open Juniors 2009 and winner in Wimbledon Doubles Championships...Turned pro in 2010....Graduated Abibac in Germany... Speaks four languages fluently: German, French, English, Spanish...Favourite shot is backhand volley...Favourite tournaments are Roland Garros and Paris-Bercy...Idols growing up were Pete Sampras, Guillermo Coria and Roger Federer...Favourite sporting personality is Zinedine Zidane...Also enjoys playing guitar, listening to music, watching movies...It he wasn't a tennis player he would be an actor...Trains in Strasbourg and Paris...Fitness coaches are Grégory Rousseaux and Sébastien Poublet.

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