- 读音: LAY-ton HYOO-it
- 年龄: 36 (24.02.1981)
- 出生地: 澳大利亚，阿德莱德
- 常住地: 巴哈马，Nassau
- 身高: 5'10" (178 厘米)
- 体重: 170 磅 (77 千克)
- 比赛: 右手持拍
- 转入职业年份: 1998
- 教练: Tony Roche and Jaymon Crabb
2012 -- 从年初的脚趾手术恢复过来，阿德莱德人在纽波特打进了决赛（不敌伊斯内尔），最终他的世界排名从七月的233位回升至82位……大满贯最佳表现来自本土的澳网，在首轮击败斯泰贝后，他在次轮对阵罗迪克时因对手左脚脚伤退赛而晋级，随后淘汰了世界排名25位的拉奥尼奇后他才在16强以四盘输给世界第一德约科维奇。二月份对左脚脚趾进行手术，在休养了接近三个月后才在五月底的法网复出……在伦敦奥运会上击败斯塔霍夫斯基和世界排名14位的西里奇，才在第三轮三盘不敌世界第二德约科维奇。在汉堡参加戴维斯杯世界组附加赛，不过在第二场输给了梅耶尔，随后五盘不敌斯泰贝（澳洲最终2比3告负）。年度红土战绩是0胜3负；硬地战绩是9胜7负；草地战绩是7胜4负……对阵世界前十战绩是1胜4负，在瓦伦西亚击败世界排名第十的摩纳哥。
2011 -- The Aussie reached 3 QF during season, in San Jose (l. to del Potro), Memphis (l. to Roddick) and Halle (l. to Kohlschreiber)…Last match came Sept. 19 in 5th and decisive Davis Cup rubber in Sydney (l. to Wawrinka)...Underwent left foot surgery on Mar. 19 and was sidelined for nearly 3 months before coming back in June…Played in 5 events, last in Winston-Salem prior to US Open where he withdrew...
2010 -- The top Australian finished just outside Top 50 for only second time since ‘99…Underwent right hip surgery on Jan. 29 after 4th RD showing at Australian Open and returned Apr. 12 in Houston…In June, captured his 28th career title in Halle, breaking a 15-match losing streak against Federer in final…Has won at least one title for 12 of past 13 years (except ’08)…Reached another 4th RD at Wimbledon (l. to Djokovic)…Last tournament was 1st RD at US Open (l. to Mathieu) and then suffered a right hand injury during Davis Cup tie vs. Belgium on Sept. 17…Did not play rest of year…In doubles, advanced to Madrid* final (w/Knowles)...
2009 -- The top Aussie returned from a hip injury in previous season to finish in Top 25 for 10th time in 11 years… Won his 27th career title, and has at least one title for 11 of past 12 years…Slipped out of Top 100 at No. 108 on Feb. 2 for first time since Jan. 1999 but returned on Feb. 23 after reaching SF in Memphis (d. Blake, l. to Roddick)… Went from No. 103 to No. 78…In April, captured his first ATP World Tour title since Mar. 4, 2007 (Las Vegas) by winning Houston (d. Odesnik)…It was his second career clay-court title, the first since Delray Beach in May 1999… Afterwards, jumped from No. 88 to No. 57…Recorded 500th tour-level singles win in Munich first round — saved two match points in three-set win over Philipp Petzschner and went on to reach QFs (l. to Berdych)…
At Wimbledon, advanced to first Grand Slam QF since ‘06 US Open as he ousted World No. 5 del Potro in straight sets in 2nd RD and recovered from two-set deficit against Stepanek in 4th RD before losing to No. 6 Roddick in five sets…Reached QF in Cincinnati* (l. to Federer) and 3rd RD at US Open, falling to Federer in four sets…Finished season with three week stretch in Asia highlighted by SF in Tokyo (l. to Youzhny)…Went 1-8 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 19-15 on hard, 9-3 on clay and 6-2 on grass.
2008 -- The top Aussie finished out of Top 25 for first time since his rookie season in 1998...His streak of winning at least one ATP title for 10 consecutive years came to an end...Played his last tournament at Beijing Olympics in August when he lost to eventual gold medalist Nadal in 2nd RD...Was hobbled most of season with a left hip injury and underwent surgery Aug. 16 in Melbourne...Opened year with QF in Adelaide (l. to Tsonga) and followed with 2nd RD in Sydney (l. to Guccione) and 4th RD at Australian Open (l. to eventual champ Djokovic)...Finished his 3rd RD win against Marcos Baghdatis after four hours and 45 minutes at 4:34 a.m...In March, turned in his best AMS result of 4th RD at Indian Wells (l. to Fish)...In his only clay tournament at Roland Garros, reached 3rd RD (l. to No. 5 Ferrer in five sets)...Moved on to grass and advanced to QF at Queen's (l. to Djokovic) and followed with 4th RD at Wimbledon (l. to Federer)...Then ended season at Beijing Olympics...His last four losses came to Top 5 opponents and was winless (0-5) vs. Top 10 during year... Compiled marks of 12-8 on hard, 6-2 on grass and 2-1 on clay.
2007 -- Finished in Top 25 for a ninth consecutive season and extended his streak of winning at least one ATP title for 10th straight year, both bests among active players... Failed to reach at least one Grand Slam QF for first time since 1999 with best results 4th RD at Roland Garros and Wimbledon....In March, captured his 26th title in Las Vegas, dropping only one set, defeating Safin in SF and Melzer in F...Then suffered a back injury in his opening round loss at AMS Indian Wells (l. to Tipsarevic) and withdrew from AMS Miami...Returned nearly two months later at AMS Rome and lost in 1st RD to Hernandez...Then advanced to back-to-back SF at AMS Hamburg (l. to Nadal in 7-5 in third set) and Poertschach (l. to Monfils) before getting to 4th RD for second straight year at Roland Garros (l. to Nadal)...Reached 4th RD at Wimbledon (l. to Djokovic in four sets)...During summer hard court circuit, reached QF at AMS Montreal (d. Ferrero in 1st RD) and SF at AMS Cincinnati (d. Gasquet in 2nd RD, Moya in QF), losing to Federer both times....Played in Davis Cup World Group playoff tie vs. Serbia and defeated Tipsarevic in five sets although Australia lost 4-1...Then advanced to back-to-back QF in Mumbai (l. to Schuettler) and Tokyo (l. to Karlovic)...Compiled marks of 20-9 on hard, 12-5 on clay and 3-2 on grass but struggled in tie-breaks (7-14)...Went an ATP-best 4-1 in five-set matches (25-10 in career).
2006 -- Won his 25th career ATP title at Queen's (d. Nadal, Henman, Blake)...Reached back-to-back finals in San Jose and Las Vegas...Reached QF at Wimbledon (l. to Baghdatis)...Injured right knee at AMS Toronto and played in last tournament at US Open, reaching the QF (l. to Roddick)...
2005 -- Won sole title in Sydney...Followed with his first final at Australian Open (d. Roddick in SF, l. to Safin)...Finalist at AMS Indian Wells (l. to Federer)...Injured his right big toe there and underwent surgery on Mar. 24...Then fell at his home in Sydney on May 9 and cracked a rib...Returned June 7 at Queen's with QF, then SF at Wimbledon (l. to Federer)...Also reached SF at AMS Cincinnati (l. to Roddick) and US Open (l. to Federer)...It was seventh straight Grand Slam event (2004-05) he lost to eventual champion...Reached Bangkok QF, but withdrew due to a left groin injury...Underwent left big toe surgery in early October...Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai but withdrew due to arrival of first child...
2004 -- Won four titles, including 20th of his career in Sydney...Fell to eventual champion No. 1 Federer at Australian Open (4th RD), Wimbledon (QF) and US Open (F)...Also lost to eventual winner Gaudio in QF at Roland Garros...Won his first European indoor title in Rotterdam...Reached AMS Cincinnati final (l. to Agassi)...Compiled a 16-match winning streak with titles in Washington and Long Island before US Open loss to Federer...Runner-up at Tennis Masters Cup in Houston (l. to Federer)...Recorded over 500 aces (523), finishing No. 9...
2003 -- Finished as No. 2 Aussie (behind Philippoussis), winning two titles and leading his country to Davis Cup final...Lost No. 1 Ranking after 75 straight weeks on Apr. 27, 2003...Won back-to-back titles in Scottsdale (d. Philippoussis) and AMS Indian Wells (d. Kuerten)...Became first defending champion at Wimbledon to lose in opening round (l. to Karlovic) since Manuel Santana in 1967... Finalist in Los Angeles...
2002 -- Became only fourth player to rank No. 1 for every week during year and seventh player to finish No. 1 for at least two straight years...Co-leader in titles (w/Agassi) with five and led circuit with 61 match wins, highlighted by titles at Wimbledon (d. Henman in SF, Nalbandian in F) and Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai...Went 2-1 in round robin play, then defeated Federer in SF and Ferrero 6-4 in fifth set in final (had trailed 1-3 in last set)...Overcame chicken pox to claim San Jose title (d. Agassi)...Won first career AMS title in Indian Wells (d. Sampras in SF, Henman in F)...Won third straight Queen's title...Streak of 10 straight finals won come to an end with runner-up at AMS Cincinnati (l. to Moya)...Also finalist at AMS Paris (l. to Safin)...Had most AMS match wins (23)...Advanced to SF at US Open (l. to Agassi)...Led circuit in return games won (33 percent) for third straight year and points won returning first serve (35 percent)...No. 10 in aces with a career-best 536...Earned a career-high $4,619,386...
2001 -- Finished as youngest player (20 yrs., 8 mos.) and first Australian to finish No. 1 in history of ATP Rankings...Accomplished feat by winning his career-best sixth title of year at Tennis Masters Cup in Sydney (d. Grosjean), overtaking Kuerten who came in with 48-point lead...Became first Aussie to win year-end championship...Led ATP with 80 match wins and was co-leader (w/Kuerten) with six titles, including Sydney, Queen's (d. Sampras in SF, Henman in F), 's-Hertogenbosch and Tokyo...Won first Grand Slam title at US Open, defeating Roddick (QF), Kafelnikov (SF) and Sampras (F)...Led his country to Davis Cup final (l. 3-2 to France)...
2000 -- Became first teenager to win four titles in a season since Sampras in '90 and finished as No. 1 Aussie for first time...Also first teenager to qualify for Tennis Masters Cup (1-2 in round robin play) and finish in Top 10 since Andrei Medvedev in '93...Led his country to Davis Cup final (l. 3-1 to Spain)...Winner in Adelaide, Sydney, Scottsdale, Queen's...Finalist at AMS Stuttgart...Achieved first Grand Slam SF at the US Open (l. to Sampras)...Won his first Grand Slam doubles title at US Open (w/Mirnyi)...Youngest male (at 19 yrs., 6 mos.) to win a Slam doubles crown in Open Era...
1999 -- Helped his country to Davis Cup title (d. France) with 4-2 mark in his debut during year...Won Delray Beach title and runner-up in Adelaide...
1998 -- Won Adelaide title as youngest tour winner (16 yrs., 10 mos.) since Chang in '88 and lowest-ranked (550) winner in ATP history...
1997 -- Youngest (15 yrs., 11 mos.) qualifier in history of Australian Open (l. to Bruguera)...