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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga - Le Mans, France
Tsonga
13 Singles Ranking
France France
 
  Age:32 (17.04.1985)
Birthplace:Le Mans, France
Residence:Gingins, Switzerland
Height:6'2" (188 cm)
Weight:200 lbs (91 kg)
Plays:Right-handed
Turned Pro:2004
Coach:Thierry Ascione
Website:http://www.jowiltsonga.fr/
 
Singles Statistics as of 22.05.2017
  Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money*
2016 Current 13   1 18-5 2 $972,307
Career High 5 27.02.2012 406-185 14 $19,924,162 *Singles & Doubles combined
Doubles Statistics as of 22.05.2017
  Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money*
2016 Current 201   1 0-0 0 $972,307
Career High 33 26.10.2009 78-58 4 $19,924,162 *Singles & Doubles combined
FedEx ATP Head 2 Head

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Player Stats as of: 22.05.2017

Service Record Year-to-Date
Aces 223
Double Faults 45
1st Serve 62%
1st Serve Points Won 80%
2nd Serve Points Won 55%
Break Points Faced 90
Break Points Saved 67%
Service Games Played 298
Service Games Won 90%
Service Points Won 70%
Return Record Year-to-Date
1st Serve Return Points Won 29%
2nd Serve Return Points Won 51%
Break Points Opportunities 165
Break Points Converted 42%
Return Games Played 297
Return Games Won 23%
Return Points Won 38%
Total Points Won 53%
Year In Review

2015

Competed on ATP World Tour for first time in 2015 at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami, losing in 3R (l. to Monfils)...

Reached ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo 3R (l. to Cilic)...Reached ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid 3R (l. to Berdych)...

On 13 May, could not convert three match points in 75 third set loss to Goffin in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome 2R...



 

Personal

Nicknamed "Ali"...Father, Didier, is a former handball player (European handball) and chemistry teacher; mother, Evelyne, is a teacher; younger brother, Enzo, is a business student...Says he got strength from his father and kindness from his mother...His parents still live in Le Mans where his father went to study and where he met his mother who lived there (Le Mans is located in west of France and famous (at least in France) for two things: 1) 24 hours of Le Mans, an endurance car race; 2) les Rillettes (pronouce: "Reeyett" a "pork meat paté").

Finished 2003 as No. 2 junior in world (behind Baghdatis)…Reached SF at Australian Open juniors in 2002-03 along with Roland Garros and Wimbledon in '03...Won US Open junior title (d. Baghdatis)…Won first career junior title at 2002 Canadian Open (d. Bayer) and runner-up at Victorian Junior Championships that year (l. to Gasquet)…Also won title at 2003 Luxembourg Indoor Junior Championships...Named 2007 ATP Newcomer of Year and 2008 ATP Most Improved Player of Year...The BNP Paribas Masters final in Paris against Nalbandian was second highest audience on French TV Canal+ in 2008 for a Sunday sports program, peaking at 1.3 million viewers on match point...In 2011 was presented with the ATP Aces for Charity grant for his foundation “Attrap’ La Balle”, which provides underprivileged children in Congo with access to sports activities.

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