Head to head records for players in men's professional tennis. View rivalry results and stats for matches on the ATP Tour. ATP TOUR ⋅ Der französische Tennisprofi Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (ATP 52) beendet seine Saison frühzeitig. September , Der jährige. Gilles Muller ist beim ATP-Turnier in Rotterdam ausgeschieden. Der Luxemburger Tennisprofi unterlag Jo-Wilfried Tsonga glatt in zwei Sätzen.
Datenbank - TennisDer Jährige ließ im Finale des ATP-Turniers in Schanghai dem Franzosen Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, der im Halbfinale den maligen Grand-Slam-Champion. Knapp 16 Jahre sind vergangen, seit Jo-Wilfried Tsonga bei seinem ersten Match in der Hauptrunde eines ATP-Tour-Events die damalige. Direkter Vergleich. Begegnungen: 9; Siege Kei Nishikori: 6; Siege Jo-Wilfried Tsonga: 3; Satzverhältnis: Letzte Spiele. Japan.
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Tsonga, the sixth seed, retired with an adductor muscle injury from his French Open third-round match against Latvia's Ernests Gulbis when he was leading 5—2 in the first set.
Tsonga took part in Wimbledon , where he lost in the quarterfinals to the second seed Andy Murray in five sets, after holding three set points in the first set and having a break point at the start of the final set.
This was followed by a surprise round of 16 loss to Steve Johnson in Cincinnati. Tsonga eventually succumbed to injury and fatigue against Djokovic , having lost the first two sets comfortably.
The final grand slam of the year preceded a quarterfinal appearance in Shanghai , eventually losing in two tight sets to Bautista Agut , a run to the final in Vienna , falling short against No.
Tsonga ended the season ranked No. At the Australian Open , Tsonga defeated No. He then fell to No. Seven days later, Tsonga won his 14th career and his second of the year ATP World Tour singles title by defeating Lucas Pouille in the singles final of the Open 13 to become the Open 13 singles champion for a record third time.
Struggles with injury and the birth of his first child had a significant impact on Tsonga's activity in the ensuing months.
A first round loss to Fabio Fognini in Indian Wells , withdrawal from the Miami Masters , a second round loss in Monte Carlo to compatriot Adrian Mannarino , a second round withdrawal in Madrid and withdrawal from the Rome Masters were huge setbacks after an exciting start to the year.
After struggling to string wins over the summer and the early autumn, Tsonga returned to the winner's circle in October, defeating Diego Schwartzman in straight sets to capture his fourth ATP World Tour singles title of the year at the European Open in Antwerp.
Tsonga won his first singles match against Steve Darcis but lost his second singles match against David Goffin in the Davis Cup final against Belgium ; France won the tie with a score of Tsonga played his first tournament of the year at the Australian Open , where he defeated the American qualifier Kevin King in straight sets in the first round.
In the second round, Tsonga prevailed over the rising Canadian star Denis Shapovalov after being down in the fifth set. In the third round, he faced Nick Kyrgios , who before the match referred to Tsonga as his 'idol'; Tsonga lost the match in four sets.
Tsonga was called up to play for France in the Davis Cup World Group first-round tie against the Netherlands , but he withdrew one day before the start of the first singles match because of a knee injury.
On 19 March, his ATP singles rankings fell to world no. He underwent left knee surgery on 3 April. This was still due to his undergoing surgery earlier in the year on 3 April to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee that resulted in his not playing any tournaments for the next eight weeks.
After missing three consecutive grand slam tournaments French Open, Wimbledon and US Open for the first time in his career, Tsonga finally made his return to competitive tennis at the ATP Tour tournament in Metz held in September, where he lost his main draw first round match to Peter Gojowczyk.
Tsonga's most famous rivalry is perhaps against Novak Djokovic. Djokovic won this match in four sets to win his first Grand Slam singles title.
Their next meeting at a Grand Slam was again at the Australian Open , in the quarterfinals, exactly two years to the day since Djokovic defeated Tsonga to win his first Grand Slam singles title.
However, this time it was Tsonga who prevailed, winning in five sets after Djokovic fell ill during the match. It was their first meeting on grass, and Djokovic prevailed in four sets to advance to his first Wimbledon final,  and in the process ending the seven-and-a-half-year reign of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal at the top of the rankings.
At the French Open , Tsonga and Djokovic met again in an important match, in the quarterfinals. After losing the first set, Tsonga rallied to take the next two sets and held two match points on Djokovic's serve in the fourth set before the Serb fought back to force a tie-break.
Despite Tsonga's saving set points in the breaker, Djokovic took one at the third opportunity. This forced a deciding set, which Tsonga lost after more than four hours of play.
They met again two months later at the Olympics , with Tsonga losing in straight sets in the quarterfinals. Tsonga lost his first of three round-robin matches to Djokovic.
They then met in the third round of the Rogers Cup , with Tsonga scoring his first win over Djokovic since the Australian Open with a straight-set victory.
Prior to this victory, Tsonga had lost his last nine matches and 18 sets to Djokovic. Their most recent meeting was in the quarterfinals of the US Open , where Tsonga lost on a retirement after losing the first two sets.
After two-and-a-half-year they met again in the second round of the Australian Open , where Djokovic won in straight sets.
Tsonga and Roger Federer have played 17 times, with Federer leading 11—6. They have met six times in Grand Slam tournaments with Federer leading 4—2; including their five-set matches in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon and Australian Open.
Tsonga's victory at Wimbledon saw him become the first man in Grand Slam history to defeat Federer after dropping the first two sets. They have also one Grand Slam semifinal meeting in the Australian Open , with Federer winning in straight sets.
Their most recent meeting came at the Monte-Carlo Masters , with Tsonga defeating Federer who was competing in his first tournament back following knee surgery.
There are a number of achievements that Tsonga has attained over the Big Four of tennis. Tsonga is known for his offensive baseline style of play but is also able to mix his style of play up by rushing to the net.
He is also currently one of the very few remaining players who often utilize a serve-and-volley type of play. Tsonga's movement around the court is considered to be very good, considering his height.
His two weaknesses are his return of serve and to a lesser extent his backhand. Tsonga's serve is one of his fastest, strongest and most dominant shots, mixing both slice and speed, so enabling him to create and win easier points, such as an ace or a one-two-punch.
To date, Tsonga has achieved his best results on hard courts, most notably at the Australian Open, where he made the final in , the quarterfinals in , and and the semifinals in the Australian Open plays a Plexicushion Prestige surface.
In his career on the ATP circuit, the majority of his final appearances have come on hard courts. On grass, he reached the semifinals at Wimbledon in and and the quarterfinals in and ; he also reached the final of the Queen's Club Championships in In general, Tsonga has struggled on clay, although his clay-court skills are improving, as evidenced by his season, where he reached the quarterfinals at the French Open, Monte-Carlo , and Rome.
In , he reached the two first clay court semifinals of his career, first at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters , where he lost to Rafael Nadal ,  and at the French Open , where he lost to David Ferrer after beating No.
He won his first clay-court tournament at the Lyon Open. Tsonga is known for his aggressive groundstrokes. His forehand and backhand are both effective in setting up points.
His powerful, heavy and accurate forehand is his most consistent shot, especially when delivered down the line. Although his backhand is generally not as strong as his forehand during the rallies, he is very capable of hitting attacking shots on his backhand wing.
His net play is skillful, especially on attack. He can play both two-handed and one-handed backhand. He added the one-handed backhand to his repertoire midway through , as was evident in his matches against Murray in the final of Queen's Club and against Federer in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon.
Although rarely used as a groundstroke in a neutral rally, it is particularly effective as a passing shot down the line or cross-court.
During the off-season in , Tsonga switched rackets from Wilson to Babolat. He is sponsored by Adidas for his attire. Current through the Australian Open.
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He has had a lot of injuries since then and that is why he is now World No. Considering that he was once ranked no. And getting back on top will be his biggest goal when he returns in It is too early for him to decide which event he will play at that time but everyone can expect him to see him at the Australian Open.
He has great memories at the event as he reached the final back in Titles by surface Hard 17— Titles by setting Outdoors 5—4. Australian Open , Australia.
Thailand Open , Thailand. Paris Masters , France. South African Open , South Africa. Japan Open , Japan. Mikhail Youzhny.
Rotterdam Open , Netherlands. Robin Söderling. Queen's Club Championships , United Kingdom. Andy Murray. Andreas Seppi.
China Open , China. Gilles Simon. Ernests Gulbis. Canadian Open , Canada. Shanghai Masters , China. Vienna Open , Austria.
David Goffin. Lucas Pouille. Lyon Open , France. European Open , Belgium. Diego Schwartzman. Pierre-Hugues Herbert. Legend Grand Slam tournaments 0—0.
Titles by Surface Hard 3—3. Titles by setting Outdoors 3—1. Sydney International , Australia. Richard Gasquet. Brisbane International , Australia.
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