- 年龄: 40 (19.03.1977)
- 出生地: Sundbyberg, Sweden
- 常住地: London, UK
- 身高: 6'4" (193 厘米)
- 体重: 194 磅 (88 千克)
- 比赛: 右手持拍
- 转入职业年份: 1998
Nicknamed "Robban" or "Schlobbo"...Father, Morgan, is retired; Considers mother, Bibbi, a secretary, "the most inspirational person in my life"...Brother, Niclas (born 1973) and sister, Annica (born 1978) were both former No. 1 juniors in Sweden..."Almost died at birth, had umbilical cord around my throat"...Speaks Swedish, English and German...Became interested in tennis aged four...During college career first at Fresno State University then at Pepperdine University he reached 1998 NCAA final (w/Gullett) and received All-American honours for two straight years...Defining moment of career is "when I made my Davis Cup debut"...Debut versus Argentina in April 2007...Hobbies include watching movies, reading, watching other sports...Likes bands U2, Matchbox 20, DJ Tiesto, John Mayer, Joshua Tree...Would most like to meet Bono...Favourite book is Papillon by Henri Charrière...Favourite TV show is "Lost"...Favourite magazine is Tennis magasinet (Swedish)...Favourite food is Italian, Burritos from Chipotle and Swedish meatballs...Supports Djurgardens IF football and ice hockey teams...Physical trainer is Jarmo Ahonen (since 2006).
Lindstedt-Tecau DEUCE Feature (Jan. 2011)
2014 -- The Swede finished in Top 20 of the doubles rankings for 4th year in a row after capturing a maiden Grand Slam crown at Australian Open with Kubot (d. Butorac-Klaasen). En route to title match, won 3 straight 3-setters over Dodig-Melo (3R), Mirnyi-Youzhny (QF) and Llodra-Mahut (SF). Was 1st Slam winner from his country since Simon Aspelin at 2007 US Open (w/Knowle)...At other 3 Grand Slams, fell in QF at Roland Garros and 2R at Wimbledon (both w/Kubot) and 2R at US Open (w/J. Melzer)...Qualified for Barclays ATP World Tour Finals for 3rd time after ending season at No. 8 in team rankings. Went 3-0 in RR play with wins over No. 1 Bryan-Bryan, Peya-Soares and Rojer-Tecau before falling to Dodig-Melo 10-6 in Match TB in SF...
2013 -- The Swede teamed with 6 different partners and finished in the Top 20 for 3rd year in a row…With Canadian Daniel Nestor went 13-12 and reached final at Barcelona, QF at Wimbledon and SF at Montreal (parted ways after Cincinnati)…With Nenad Zimonjic, went 10-6 and won 17th career title and 1st team title at Rotterdam, also reached final at Dubai…Reached career-high doubles ranking of No. 3 on May 20…
2012 -- The Swede teamed w/Tecau for 3rd season to compile 45-21 match record and 4-3 in finals. Finished as No. 4 team and year-end best No. 8 individually...Reached 3rd straight Wimbledon final (l. to Marray-Nielsen in 5 sets) and was 12-4 in Grand Slams...Compiled a 12-8 record in ATP Masters 1000 tournaments. Their biggest title came in August at ATP Masters 1000 Cincinnati, defeating 3 London qualifiers: Granollers-M. Lopez in QF, Bryans in SF and Bhupathi-Bopanna in final. Also reached final in Madrid and SF in Toronto...Other titles came in Bucharest, ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Båstad...Played once with Zimonjic, his 2013 partner, in Stockholm and reached final...
2011 -- The Swede compiled his best season with Romanian partner Tecau as 2nd-year duo compiled a 2-5 record in finals and qualified for 1st Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London…Had 39-23 match record together...They also advanced to their 2nd straight Wimbledon final...In 1st week of season, reached final in Brisbane (l. to Dlouhy-Hanley) and in April, repeated clay court title in Casablanca (d. Fleming-Zelenay)...During European clay court circuit, advanced to QF in Barcelona, ATP Masters 1000 Rome and Roland Garros...Played well on grass (9-3 mark) with QF at Queen’s Club, runner-up in ‘s-Hertogenbosch (l. to Bracciali-Cermak) and Wimbledon (l. to Bryans)...In July, won title in Båstad (d. Aspeilin-Siljestrom) and in August reached final in Washington (l. to Llodra-Zimonjic)…Reached QF at US Open (l. to Bolelli-Fognini)…Reached final in Beijing (l. to Llodra-Zimonjic)...Finished No. 16 in doubles and earned a career-high $385,836...
2010 -- Playing with Julian Knowle, the Swede reached Rotterdam SFs (l. to Nestor-Zimonjic) before falling to Benneteau-Llodra in the Marseille final...Teamed up with Tecau at Casablanca, winning his seventh ATP World Tour doubles title with victory over Bopanna-Qureshi…The Swedish-Romanian duo enjoyed a stellar grass-court season, winning their second title in 's-Hertogenbosch with victory over Dlouhy and Paes before carrying their strong form into Wimbledon where they reached the final…Lost to Melzer and Petzschner in straight sets…Rebounded strongly two weeks later on clay in Bastad, where Lindstedt won his hometown title (d. Seppi-Vagnozzi)…Went on to reach Los Angeles QFs (l. to Butorac-Rojer) in July…Prior to US Open the duo won their fourth ATP World Tour title of the season beating Bopanna-Qureshi 64 75 in final...
2009 -- Claimed titles in Auckland, Zagreb and Washington, DC and reached finals in Dubai and Estoril (all w/Damm)…Also finalist at Bastad (w/Soderling)...
2008 -- Won title in Washington (w/Gicquel)…Reached QF at Wimbledon (w/Anderson) and US Open (w/Nieminen)…Undefeated in 4 ATP World Team Championship matches (w/Soderling), helped Sweden to win title…Made Davis Cup doubles debut against Israel (w/Aspelin)...
2007 -- Won 1st career ATP title in Mumbai (w/Nieminen) and a week later added 2nd in Tokyo (w/Kerr)…Reached SF or better in 6 events…Made Davis Cup singles debut in dead rubber vs Argentina (l. to del Potro)...
2006 -- Was finalist in Las Vegas (w/Levinsky) and Stuttgart (w/Allegro)…Won Bermuda Challenger...
2005 -- Reached 1st ATP final at Ho Chi Minh (w/Fisher)…Was 2-3 in Challenger finals...
2004 -- Reached 1st ATP SF at Metz (w/Burgsmuller)…Won 3 Challenger titles in 5 finals and also won 1 Futures title...
2003 -- Won Eckental and Helsinki Challengers and reached Lubeck final…Played 9 Futures, winning 4 titles...
With Marcin Matkowski, reached Sydney SFs (l. to Rojer-Tecau 10-8 in Match TB)…Partnering Melzer, fell in Houston SFs (l. to Berankis-Gabashvili)...
On 3 May, partnering Melzer, contested the Istanbul final (l. to Albot-Lajovic)...Dropped to 18-21 in tour-level finals...