- 读音: gas-KAY
- 年龄: 30 (18.06.1986)
- 出生地: Beziers, France
- 常住地: NeuchGtel, Switzerland
- 身高: 6'1" (185 厘米)
- 体重: 165 磅 (75 千克)
- 比赛: 右手持拍
- 转入职业年份: 2002
- 教练: Thierry Champion and Sergi Bruguera
- 站点: http://richardgasquet.net
2012 -- 法国排名第二的选手 (仅次于排名第二的特松加) 自2007年后首次以世界前十结束赛季。共赢的42场比赛，职业生涯第二朵（07年49场），在多伦多第三次进入ATP世界巡回赛1000大师赛决赛（负于德约科维奇)...决赛战绩为1胜2负，在曼谷赢得第7个ATP世界巡回赛冠军(战胜同胞西蒙)，这是他2010年五月后首个冠军...在五月的红土赛埃斯托利尔获得亚军(负于德尔波特罗）。本年度三位法国关键之一， 特松加 (2)和西蒙...首次进入大满贯赛事第四轮： 澳大利亚公开赛 (负于五号种子费雷尔), 法国公开赛 (负于四号种子穆雷), 温布尔登公开赛 （战胜11号种子阿尔玛格洛, 负于梅耶尔) 和美国网球公开赛 (负于五号种子费雷尔)...室内赛战绩优秀(12比5), 赢得曼谷赛冠军, 巴塞尔进入半决赛(不敌德尔波特罗) 和3次进入八强。硬地战绩为27比15，红土11比4和草地4比3。对战世界前十战绩为3胜9负 Went 3比9，分别战胜了排名第九的蒂普萨雷维奇 (澳大利亚公开赛), 排名第四穆雷 (罗马) 和排名第七的伯蒂奇 (多伦多)...双打方面，赢得伦敦奥运会铜牌，搭档贝内特乌 (战胜费雷尔和F. 洛佩兹,不敌布莱恩兄弟半决赛)...获得职业生涯最高奖金$1，562，677...
2011 -- 法国人四年了首次以世界前20结束赛季，其中迪拜进入半决赛 (负于费德勒) 和罗马半决赛(战胜费德勒,伯蒂奇 负于纳达尔)...由于手肘受伤休赛一段时间，在美网之后只打了两个比赛...9月中旬参加了戴维斯杯半决赛，负于西班牙队的纳达尔和沃达斯科...三月，进入印第安维尔斯八强 (战胜排名第十的梅尔泽, 第八的罗迪克, 输给最终冠军德约科维奇)…大满贯比赛中，进入法国公开赛第四轮 (负于德约科维奇) 和温布尔登公开赛(负于穆雷)...对战世界前十战绩为4比12和硬地战绩为26比13草地6比1红土4比7...
2010 -- 法国人六年来第五次以世界前30结束赛季...八次进入八强或更好成绩...在尼斯赢得职业生涯第六个冠军(战胜沃达斯科）...悉尼亚军（负于巴格达蒂斯)和格斯塔德亚军(负于阿尔玛格洛)…澳大利亚公开赛首轮告负(负于尤兹尼)和法国公开赛首轮 (负于穆雷)…硬地战绩20比14和红土战绩16比8。
2009 -- The French native finished out of Top 50 for first time in five years…His best ATP World Tour results were four SFs, including three in first five tournaments…He opened season with back-to-back SF showings in Brisbane (l. to Stepanek) and Sydney (l. to Nalbandian)…In February, he reached that round in Dubai (l. to Ferrer)…Did not play from May through July due to a three-month doping suspension…In September, reached SF in Metz, falling to countryman and eventual champion Monfils…Then closed season with QF in Kuala Lumpur (l. to Verdasco) and Basel (l. to Chiudinelli)…Compiled marks of 19-13 on hard and 3-2 on clay.
2008 -- The Frenchman finished in Top 25 for fourth straight year...Did not win an ATP title for first time since 2004 but reached one ATP final and QF or better in five other tournaments...Compiled a 10-10 record in first five months of action with best result 4th RD at Australian Open (l. to Tsonga) and AMS Indian Wells (l. to Blake)...Withdrew from Roland Garros with left knee injury...Returned after one month to grass court circuit and reached QF at Queen's (l. to Nalbandian), 2nd RD at 's-Hertogenbosch (l. to Gicquel) and 4th RD at Wimbledon (l. to Murray in five sets)...Then reached his lone final on clay in Stuttgart (l. to del Potro)...In next tournament, advanced to QF at AMS Toronto (l. to Nadal in three sets)...Lost in 1st RD at US Open (l. to Haas)...In final five tournaments, compiled 9-5 mark with SF in Bucharest (l. to Moya) and Tokyo (l. to del Potro) with a QF in between in Beijing (l. to Schuettler)...Went 1-5 vs. Top 10 opponents with his lone win coming over No. 5 Ferrer in 3rd RD at AMS Toronto...Compiled marks of 18-13 on hard, 7-5 on clay and 6-3 on grass.
2007 -- The top Frenchman finished in Top 10 for first time, won a career-high 49 matches and his fifth career ATP title while reaching two other finals...Also advanced to his first Grand Slam SF at Wimbledon...Clinched final berth at Tennis Masters Cup, climbing from 13 to No. 8 in the final week after reaching SF at AMS Paris...Went 1-2 in round robin play...First Frenchman to qualify for Tennis Masters Cup since Sebastien Grosjean who reached final in 2001...Grosjean was also last Frenchman in year-end Top 10 in 2003...Began first three months with a 15-6 mark highlighted by QF in Adelaide (l. to Guccione) and Marseille (l. to Soderling), SF in Sydney (l. to Moya) and 4th RD at Australian Open (l. to Robredo)...On clay, reached QF at AMS Monte Carlo and reached final in Estoril (l. to Djokovic)...On grass, made QF in Nottingham (l. to Clement) and followed with SF at Wimbledon, rallying from two-sets deficit to beat Roddick 8-6 in fifth set in QF (l. to Federer)...Best results came after his 2nd RD exit at US Open (W/D vs. Young due to illness) as he won 14 of 20 matches...Captured first Asian title in Mumbai (d. O. Rochus), losing only 20 games in five matches, while completing a career surface slam, of winning titles on all four surfaces (carpet, clay, grass, hard)...Following week reached final in Tokyo (d. No. 10 Berdych in SF, l. to Ferrer)...After back-to-back 2nd RD exits at AMS Madrid (l. to Mathieu) and Lyon (l. to Tsonga), advanced to SF at AMS Paris with wins over Tsonga, No. 7 Blake and Murray (l. to Nalbandian)...Went 5-7 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 29-13 on hard, 12-7 on clay and 7-3 on grass...In doubles, reached final at AMS Monte Carlo (w/Benneteau)...Surpassed $1 million during season for first time in his career.
2006 -- Finished as his country's No. 1 player and in Top 20 for a second straight year, highlighted by career-high three ATP titles in four finals...His three titles were most by a Frenchman since Guy Forget won six in 1991...Turned around a 7-13 start through mid-June to finish with a 27-8 record rest of season...Reached finals on all four surfaces...In a three-week stretch, defended grass-court title in Nottingham (d. Bjorkman), fell to eventual champion Federer in Wimbledon opener, and claimed first clay title in Gstaad (d. Lopez)...In August, reached second career AMS final, falling to Federer in Toronto...Beat Santoro, No. 6 Blake, Verdasco, Berdych and Murray en route to final...Advanced to 4th RD at AMS Indian Wells (l. to Federer)...In Davis Cup 1st RD against Germany, defeated Haas in five sets to lead his country to a 3-2 win...In QF tie (vs. Russia), lost five-set matches to Safin and Tursunov...In that tie, suffered an abdominal injury and missed one month of action...Advanced to 4th RD at US Open for second straight year (l. to Hewitt in five sets)... Captured title in Lyon (d. Gicquel)...Was 14-12 on hard, 6-3 on carpet, 7-4 on clay and 6-2 on grass...Went 1-7 vs. Top 10 opponents, defeating No. 6 Blake in 2nd RD of AMS Toronto...
2005 -- Finished as his country's No. 1 player highlighted by his first career ATP title and Top 20 year-end ranking despite illness and injury during year...Joined No. 2 Nadal as only teenagers to finish in Top 20...Did not lose in 1st RD in 11 tournaments he played...Missed first seven weeks of season with chicken pox before making debut in Challenger play in late February...Won back-to-back titles in Italy at Barletta (d. DiMauro) and Napoli (d. Starace) Challengers...In April, played his first ATP event at AMS Monte Carlo and defeated Davydenko (3rd) and No. 1 Federer (QF), saving three match points before losing in three sets to eventual champion Nadal...Was one of only four players (Safin, Nadal, Nalbandian) to beat Federer during season and afterwards climbed from 101 to No. 61...Following month at AMS Hamburg, qualified and reached final (l. to Federer)...Won his first Grand Slam matches at Roland Garros, reaching 3rd RD (l. to Nadal)...Turned in his best results on grass with a QF at Queen’s (l. to Stepanek), first ATP title in Nottingham (d. Mirnyi) and 4th RD at Wimbledon (l. to Nalbandian)...Made his Davis Cup debut in QF tie in Russia (lost 3-2) and defeated Andreev in opening rubber before losing to Davydenko in fourth rubber...Advanced to 4th RD at US Open with five-set wins over A. Martin (1st) and Ljubicic (3rd) before losing in five to Ginepri...Made last outing in Metz in early October and reached QF...Withdrew from final four events due to a right elbow injury...Compiled records of 13-5 on clay, 11-2 on grass and 7-4 on hard...
2004 -- Reached his first career ATP final in Metz...Posted wins over van Scheppingen, Dupuis, Monfils and Morrison to reach final before losing to countryman Haehnel...Reached Buenos Aires SF (l. to Coria)...In doubles, captured Roland Garros mixed title (w/Golovin)...
2003 -- Finished as youngest player in Top 100...Compiled outstanding results on Challenger circuit with a 34-13 record and four titles -- Sarajevo (d. D. Norman), Napoli (d. Muller), Reggio Emilia (d. Starace) and Grenoble (d. Levy)...Entered Top 100 in rankings for first time following Grenoble title...Won ATP matches in Adelaide (d. Di Pasquale) and Marseille (d. Lopez)...
2002 -- The youngest player (16) to finish in year-end Top 200...Captured two Futures titles and one Challenger title in Montauban (d. Serrano)...In April, made his ATP debut at AMS Monte Carlo where he received a wild card into qualifying and became youngest player ever to qualify for an ATP Masters Series event, defeating Davydenko and Voinea...At 15 years, 10 months, then defeated Squillari in 1st RD to become youngest player to win an ATP main draw match since Tommy Ho at Rye Brook in 1988...Lost in 2nd RD to Safin...Made his Grand Slam tournament debut at Roland Garros at age 15 years, 11 months, nine days (second-youngest player ever to compete in main draw) in Paris (Francois Errard, a 1983 qualifier, was three months younger)...Took eventual Roland Garros champion Albert Costa to four sets in opening round match...Came into Paris with a 10-match winning streak in Futures tournaments, capturing titles in Great Britain (as a qualifier) and Germany...Also a finalist at Tampere Challenger (l. to Nieminen)...