- 年龄: 32 (27.12.1984)
- 出生地: Nice, France
- 常住地: NeuchGtel, Switzerland
- 身高: 6' (183 厘米)
- 体重: 154 磅 (70 千克)
- 比赛: 右手持拍
- 转入职业年份: 2002
- 教练: Jan de Witt
2013 - 法国男单三号选手（排在世界第九的加斯奎特和世界第十的特松加之后）连续第三年（六年内第五次）排在世界前20位……在梅兹击败特松加夺得第十一个冠军头衔（在第二个儿子瓦伦丁出生13天后）……六月，在伊斯特本职业生涯第一次打入了草场决赛……在布加勒斯特和背靠背的鹿特丹及马赛连续打进半决赛……在大满贯赛事取得6胜3负。在罗兰加洛斯第四轮五盘惜败于费德勒。在澳网打入第四轮（不敌穆雷），在温网进入第一轮（不敌洛佩兹）。因臀部受伤（在辛辛那提受伤）缺席了美网的比赛……2013赛季在硬地赛场获得23胜14负，在土场获得10胜8负，在草地获得3胜2负。对阵世界排名前十位的球员战绩为3胜7负。
2012 -- 法国三号选手（仅次于排名第八的特松加和第10的加斯奎特）五年内第四次完成跻身排名前20… 四月底，他在布加勒斯特拿下职业生涯个人第10个冠军（战胜弗格尼尼），九月底在曼谷还获得了一个亚军（负于同胞加斯奎特 ）… 打入五项赛事四强－分别是布里斯班（负于德尔戈波洛夫），蒙彼利埃（负于蒙菲尔斯），蒙特卡洛大师赛（负于纳达尔），尼斯（负于阿尔玛格洛），和巴黎大师赛（负于杨诺维茨）… 硬地赛事成绩为21胜12负，红土赛事19胜10负，和3胜3负草地赛事。 和世界前十选手的交战纪录为5胜6负，其中三场胜利分别战胜了排名第九的蒂普萨雷维奇，排名第五的特松加和排名第六的伯蒂奇…
2011 - 法国2号球员（仅次于世界第六的特松加）在四年里第三次年终排名跻身前十五的行列，他在本赛季拿下两个冠军，分别是在一月的悉尼（击败特洛伊基）以及七月的汉堡（击败阿尔玛格洛）……另外他还在曼谷打进半决赛（不敌穆雷）以及五次闯进巡回赛八强……在今年ATP正赛比赛中12次在一盘落后的情况下上演逆转好戏（仅次于13次上演逆转的瓦林卡和特松加）……对阵世界前十球员的战绩为3胜9负；赛季硬地战绩为22胜16负；红土战绩为15胜9负；草地战绩为2胜2负……
2010 - 尽管由于右膝受伤的原因在前半赛季只参加了四项赛事，但法国人还是连续第五年年终位列前50行列……在六月前ATP巡回赛的战绩仅为0胜4负……不过在伊斯特笨打进八强后他又在温网闯进第三轮（不敌穆雷）……全年最好成绩来自梅兹夺冠（击败科尔施雷伯以及兹维列夫，在500赛级别的赛事中他在华盛顿（不敌纳尔班迪安）和北京（不敌德约科维奇）闯进八强；在瓦伦西亚打进半决赛（不敌格拉诺勒斯）……在无关胜负的情况两次出战戴维斯杯单打均取得了胜利，法国也闯进戴杯决赛……赛季硬地战绩为19胜13负；草地战绩为3胜2负；红土战绩为1胜2负。
2009 -- The No. 3 Frenchman (behind No. 10 Tsonga, No. 13 Monfils) finished in Top 15 for second straight year capturing his sixth career ATP World Tour title…Advanced to his first Grand Slam QF at Australian Open (l. to champion Nadal)…Reached back-to-back SFs in Marseille (l. to Llodra) and Dubai (l. to champion Djokovic)…Davis Cup debut against Czech Republic and losing to Berdych and Stepanek in France’s 3-2 first round loss in Ostrava…On clay, made personal-best 3rd RD at Roland Garros (l. to Hanescu)…On grass, had career-best 4th RD at Wimbledon (l. to Ferrero)…In October, won first ATP World Tour title of season in Bangkok, first of career in Asia, defeating Serbian No. 2 Troicki in straight sets…Went 1-6 vs. Top 10 opponents (d. No. 8 Davydenko) and compiled marks of 34-15 on hard, 7-10 on clay and 4-2 on grass…Surpassed $1 million for second straight year.
2008 -- The No. 2 Frenchman (behind Tsonga) won three ATP titles in four finals and broke into Top 10...It was first time since 1986 two Frenchmen finished in Top 10 (No. 4 Yannick Noah, No. 6 Henri Leconte)...Led ATP circuit with 14 match wins after losing the first set...After a 13-12 record through mid-May, finished with a 38-15 mark...
In February, reached QF in Marseille (l. to Mathieu) and SF in Rotterdam (l. to Soderling)...Won Casablanca title as a qualifier (d. Bennteau)...In July, won Indianapolis title (d. Tursunov) and a week later advanced to his first AMS SF in Toronto (d. Federer, l. to Kiefer)...Following 3rd RD showings at Beijing Olympics (l. to Blake) and US Open (l. to del Potro in five sets), returned to clay in Bucharest and repeated title (d. Moya)...
In October, reached first AMS final in Madrid (d. No. 1 Nadal in SF, l. to Murray) to break into Top 10 (No. 16 to No. 10)...Followed with SF in Lyon (l. to Soderling), 3rd RD at AMS Paris (l. to Roddick) and closed with debut at Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai where reached SF (l. to Djokovic)...One of three players (Murray, Roddick) to beat top trio of Nadal, Federer and Djokovic during season...Compiled marks of 32-18 on hard, 12-6 on clay and 4-2 on grass and went 4-8 vs. Top 10 opponents...Played most tournaments (29) among Top 10...Surpassed $1 million for first time.
2007 -- Finished as No. 3 Frenchman (behind No. 8 Gasquet, No. 25 Mathieu) highlighted by his first two ATP titles -- Marseille (d. Baghdatis) and Bucharest (d. Hanescu) and 35 match wins...In March, reached 3rd RD at AMS Indian Wells with win over No. 7 Robredo (l. to Chela)...On clay at AMS Rome, defeated No. 10 Murray and Canas (l. to Robredo)...Compiled a 17-8 mark after Wimbledon with QF in Bastad (l. to Ferrer), Umag (d. No. 4 Davydenko, l. to Canas) and New Haven (d. No. 4 Davydenko, l. to Mathieu), SF in Sopot and winner in Bucharest (d. Hanescu)...Went 4-5 vs. Top 10 opponents...Compiled marks of 18-10 on clay, 14-11 on hard and 2-3 on grass...
2006 -- Reached first ATP final in Valencia (l. to Almagro) and won 24 matches, 18 more than previous year...In first tournament at New Caledonia Challenger, captured title (d. deVoest) and followed at Australian Open with wins over Massu and Berdych before losing to T. Johansson in 3rd RD, a Grand Slam-best showing...Then returned to Challenger play at Andrezieux in France and reached final (l. to Elseneer)...
In April, reached Valencia final with wins over Vik, Sanguinetti, Seppi and Verdasco before losing to Spaniard Almagro...Continued success with 3rd RD at AMS Monte-Carlo (d. Berdych, l. to Ljubicic), SF in Casablanca (ret. to Bracciali) and 3rd RD at AMS Hamburg (d. No. 9 Gaudio, l. to Mirnyi)...In June, reached QF in Nottingham and three months later in Palermo... Finished with records of 15-10 on clay, 7-9 on hard and 2-3 on grass...
2005 -- Compiled a 17-15 match record in Challenger play, winning his first career title in New Caledonia to begin season (d. Phau)...Won his first ATP match over No. 27 T. Johansson in Marseille before losing in next round to J. Johansson...In April, advanced to first ATP QF in Casablanca (l. to Monaco)...Made his Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros, losing to countryman Patience in four sets in opening round...In July, advanced to 3rd RD at Stuttgart (l. to Zabaleta) and followed with SF at Poznan Challenger (l. to A. Garcia)...
2004 -- Had a combination of success in Futures and Challenger level tournaments, winning four Futures titles and reaching two Challenger finals...Spent most of first half of season in Futures then in June advanced to his first Challenger final in Furth (l. to Vanek)...Two months later, reached final at Graz Challenger (l. to J. Minar)...Qualified for his first ATP tournament in Metz and lost in 1st RD to countryman Gicquel...
2003 -- Won his first Futures title at Lisboa in June and also at Montego Bay in September...Closed season with runner-up at Rodez (France) Futures...