Kevin Anderson (Südafrika) - ATP Platz 81 - alle Spielstatistiken, Weltranglisten-Platzierung und persönlichen Informationen aus dem Jahr - Tennis. Head to head records for players in men's professional tennis. View rivalry results and stats for matches on the ATP Tour. Direkter Vergleich. Begegnungen: 11; Siege Novak Djokovic: 9; Siege Kevin Anderson: 2; Satzverhältnis: 6.
Kevin Anderson (Tennisspieler)ATP Masters Cincinnati - 23 August Erleben Sie das Tennis-Spiel zwischen Kevin Anderson und Stefanos Tsitsipas im LIVE-Scoring bei Eurosport.de. Official Facebook Page of Professional Tennis Player Kevin Anderson. ATP player and two-time grand slam finalist Kevin Anderson speaks with Match Point. Am College lernte er auch seine Frau Kelsey kennen, die ihn zu jedem Turnier begleitet. Anderson ist seit Mitglied im Spielerrat auf der ATP-Tour.
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In the first match of the day, Dusan Lajovic defeated Lloyd Harris , , in two hours and 15 minutes of terrific fighting. The young South African fired 15 aces but his second serve let him down, winning only 13 out of 33 points and suffering two breaks from eight opportunities offered to Dusan.
The Serb got broken three times but still did enough to cross the finish line first, even without breaks in the opening two sets. Lloyd had the upper hand in the opening set, dominating with serve and forehand to sail through his service games and delivering breaks in games one and nine for a advantage.
The youngster fended off four break chances earlier in the second set, and it was Lajovic who produced one powerful hold after another, reaching the tie break and taking it to force a decider.
At Wimbledon , Anderson was seeded eighth. Federer dominated the match early, quickly claiming the first two sets and holding match points in the third.
However, Anderson came back to upset Federer in what became a four-hour, five-set epic, winning 13—11 in the fifth set. He then faced John Isner in the semifinals, in what became the second longest match in Grand Slam history and the third longest men's singles match ever, lasting 6 hours and 36 minutes, ending 7—6, 6—7, 6—7, 6—4, 26— By reaching the final, Anderson became the first South African player to reach the Wimbledon men's singles final since Kevin Curren in He then lost to Novak Djokovic in the final in straight sets.
However, with this run to the final, he rose to a new career high of world 5. Anderson saw a strong start to the hard court season at the Rogers Cup , defeating fifth seed Grigor Dimitrov in the quarterfinals before losing in three close sets to Stefanos Tsitsipas in the semifinals.
Anderson began his season at the Maharashtra Open in Pune. At the Australian Open , Anderson was seeded fifth. He defeated Adrian Mannarino in four sets before being upset by Frances Tiafoe in the second round.
Anderson was seeded fifth at Indian Wells but withdrew due to a right elbow injury. Anderson married his college girlfriend, golfer Kelsey O'Neal, in , and they bought a home in Delray Beach , Florida.
His favourite TV show is House of Cards. Current through the Vienna Open. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. South African tennis player. For other people with the same name, see Kevin Anderson.
Anderson at the Wimbledon Championships. Main article: Kevin Anderson career statistics. To avoid confusion and double counting, these charts are updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended.
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Kevin Anderson 81 2. Lloyd Harris 87 3. Mohamed Safwat 4. Malek Jaziri 2 5. Aziz Dougaz 1. Skander Mansouri 1 7. Karim-Mohamed Maamoun 3 8. Benjamin Lock 2 9.
Adam Moundir 2 Takanyi Garanganga Kevin Anderson 91 46 2. Lloyd Harris 99 4 3. Ruan Roelofse 9 4. Lance-Pierre du Toit 1 5. Won 6—3, 7—5 at Shanghai Rolex Masters 1R.
Dominic Thiem. David Ferrer. Nikolay Davydenko. Won 6—4, 6—3 at Miami Open 1R. Milos Raonic. Won 7—5, 7—6 7—4 , 6—3 at French Open 3R.
Stan Wawrinka. Lost 1—6, 3—6 at Rogers Cup QF. Won 6—2, 6—2 at Rogers Cup QF. Lost 3—6, 0—3 ret. Lost 7—6 , 5—7, [7—10] at Laver Cup RR.
Lost 4—6, 4—6 at Acapulco F. Daniil Medvedev. Nicolas Kiefer. Lost 4—6, 7—6 7—4 , 4—6 at Tennis at the Summer Olympics 2R.
James Blake. Stefanos Tsitsipas. Lost 1—6, 3—6 at Cincinnati Masters 2R. Lost 4—6, 6—4, 4—6 at U. Men's Clay Court Championships 2R. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
Lost 3—6, 4—6, 6—7 4—7 at US Open 3R. Lost 1—6, 6—4, 4—6 at Queen's Club Championships 2R. Won 7—6 7—4 , 7—6 7—2 , 5—7, 7—6 7—4 at Wimbledon Championships 4R.
Fernando Verdasco. Richard Gasquet. Mardy Fish. Won 7—6 7—1 , 6—2 at Citi Open 3R. David Goffin. Lost 2—6, 4—6 at Cincinnati Masters 3R.
Karen Khachanov. Won , 6—2, at Miami Open 3R. Marcos Baghdatis. Won 2—6, 6—4, 6—2 at Stockholm Open 1R. Jürgen Melzer. Won 6—1, 6—2 at Italian Open 1R.
Won 6—4, 6—7 5—7 , 6—1, 6—4 at Wimbledon Championships 2R. Jack Sock. Won 6—3, 6—4 at Citi Open SF. Won 7—6 8—6 , 6—7 5—7 , 6—7 9—11 , 6—4, 26—24 at Wimbledon Championships SF.
Lost 6—1, 3—6, 2—6 at Aegon Championships QF. Mikhail Youzhny. Won 4—6, 7—6 7—0 , 2—1 ret. Fabio Fognini.
Won , 7—1 at Shanghai Rolex Masters 2R. Roberto Bautista Agut.