Lleyton Hewitt

Lleyton Hewitt
Lleyton Hewitt
Nationality: Australia
size: 1.80 m
weight: 77 kg
of play hand: On the right of
1. Professional season: 1998
highest placement: 1 (19.09.2001)
single title: 24
double titles: 2
prize money: $16.002.632
weeks Nr.1: 80
Grand Slam balance
title: 2
Australian open F (2005)
French open VF (2001, 2004)
Wimbledon S (2002)
U.S. Open S (2001)

Lleyton Hewitt (* 24. February 1981 in Adelaide) is an Australian tennis player.

Lleyton Hewitt became as a youngest tennis professional the number 1 the ATP Weltrangliste. Hewitt is probably one of the fastest tennis professionals of the route and that to time best Return players. It plays very constantly, has however no projecting first option or back hand.

The Australian began its professional - career 1998 and knew so far among other things the Grand Slam - titles in Wimbledon (2002) and with US open (2001) as well as so far two times the tennis of Masters Cup (2001, 2002) to win. 2004 lost Hewitt with all Grand Slam tournaments and with the tennis of Masters Cup in each case against the later tournament winner. 2005 it created for the first time the final introduction with the Australian open. There it lost however against the Russian Marat Safin.

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warrant of apprehension

  • nationality: Australia
  • domicile: Sydney, Australia
  • date of birth: 24. February 1981
  • place of birth: Adelaide, Australia
  • size: 1.80 M.
  • Weight: 77 kg.
  • Impact hand: right, doublehandle back hand
  • coach: Roger Rasheed

of tournament victories

single

  • 2005: Medibank international, Sydney, FROM
  • 2004: TD Waterhouse Cup, Long Iceland, the USA
  • 2004: Legg Mason Classic, Washington DC, the USA
  • 2004: ABN Amro World tennis, Rotterdam, NED
  • 2004: Addidas international, Sydney, FROM
  • 2003: Pacific would run open, Masters Series, Indian Wells, APPROX., the USA
  • 2003: Franklin Templeton Classic, Scottsdale, the USA
  • 2002: Tennis of Masters Cup
  • 2002: Wimbledon
  • 2002: Stella Artois Championships Queens, London, CLOSE
  • 2002: Pacific would run open, Masters Series, Indian Wells, APPROX., the USA
  • 2002: Siebel open, San Jose, the USA
  • 2001: Tennis of Masters Cup
  • 2001: AIG open, Tokyo, JAP
  • 2001: US open
  • 2001: The Heineken Cup, s'Hertogenbosch, NED
  • 2001: Stella Artois Championships Queens, London, CLOSE
  • 2001: Addidas international, Sydney, FROM
  • 2000: Stella Artois Championships Queens, London, CLOSE
  • 2000: Franklin Templeton Classic, Scottsdale, the USA
  • 2000: Addidas international, Sydney, FROM
  • 2000: Australian Mens Hardcourt Championships, Adelaide, FROM
  • 1999: The Citrix Championships, Delray Beach, the USA
  • 1998: Australian Mens Hardcourt Championships, Adelaide, FROM

double

other titles

personal

  • 2001: distinguished as ATP player of the yearly
  • 2001-2003: selected to most popular sportsman of south Australia
  • 2002: distinguished as a “male sportsman of the yearly” in Australia
  • 2003: appointed the “sportsman of the yearly” of the Australian VOGUE
  • 2003: the honor “young Australian of the yearly” received

Hewitt supports several charitable organizations for children in Australia, among other things the star lying cycle per second donation and McGuinisses McDermott cancer donation. The moreover one he co-operates with the organization “Special Olympics”, which dedicates its work to the promotion of the sport among mentally handicapped humans.

At the beginning of of December 2004 separated Hewitt from its friend of many years Kim Clijsters, which is one for its part the best tennis player inside the world. Since July 2005 is married Hewitt with the Australian actress Rebecca Cartwright. To 29. November 2005 was born the first child of the pair, daughter Mia Rebecca.

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