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Lleyton Hewitt

Australian Tennis Player
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Lleyton Glynn Hewitt is an Australian professional tennis player and former world no. 1. In 2000, Hewitt had won ATP titles on all three major surfaces (hard, clay and grass) and reached one final on carpet. By 2001, he became the youngest male ever to be ranked no. 1 at the age of 20. His career achievements include winning the 2000 US Open men's doubles, the 2001 US Open and 2002 Wimbledon men's singles, and back-to-back Tennis Masters Cup titles (2001 and 2002).… Read More

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  • Hewitt, Gerrans Out Of Australian Olympic Team
    Yahoo News - 14 days ago
  • Murray Sets Sights On Record Fifth Queen's Crown
    Yahoo News - Jun 12, 2016
  • Kyrgios Rants On 'biased' Nature Of 'ruined' Sport
    Yahoo News - Mar 30, 2016
  • Kyrgios Hits Back At Tomic In Davis Cup Row
    Yahoo News - Mar 07, 2016

Timeline

Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Lleyton Hewitt.

CHILDHOOD

1981 Birth Born on February 24, 1981.
1983 2 Years Old Both Aaron Krickstein winning Tel Aviv in 1983 and Michael Chang winning San Francisco in 1988 were younger than Hewitt when they claimed their first ATP title. … Read More

TEENAGE

1997 16 Years Old 1 More Event
As a junior Hewitt posted a 44–19 record in singles and reached as high as No. 17 in the world in 1997 (and No. 13 in doubles).
1999 18 Years Old 1 More Event
Hewitt made his Davis Cup debut for Australia in the 1999 Davis Cup quarterfinals at age 18 against the United States in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. … Read More
In 2000, Hewitt reached his first Grand Slam final at the Wimbledon mixed doubles partnering Belgian Kim Clijsters, his then girlfriend. … Read More

TWENTIES

Hewitt started off the 2001 season well by winning the Medibank International in Sydney, and went on to win tournaments in London (Queen's Club) and 's-Hertogenbosch.
In 2003 Hewitt defeated former world no. 1 Gustavo Kuerten for the championship at Indian Wells.
In 2004, Hewitt became the first man in history to lose in each Grand Slam singles tournament to the eventual champion. … Read More
…  He had once had a close friendship with Crows star Andrew McLeod, but this broke down amid much public controversy in 2005. … Read More
Hewitt was defeated in the second round of the 2006 Australian Open by Juan Ignacio Chela of Argentina. … Read More
At the 2007 Australian Open, Hewitt lost in the third round to tenth-seeded Chilean and eventual runner-up Fernando González. … Read More
At the 2008 Australian Open, he advanced to the fourth round as the 19th seed, defeating 15th-seeded and 2006 Australian Open finalist Marcos Baghdatis in a thrilling third-round match. … Read More
After returning from hip surgery, Hewitt played his first match in 2009 at the Hopman Cup, where he defeated Nicolas Kiefer in three sets. … Read More

THIRTIES

At the 2011 Australian Open, Hewitt was defeated in the first round in five sets by Argentina's David Nalbandian. … Read More
2012 - 2013 9 More Events
Hewitt kicked off the 2014 season as an unseeded entrant into the 2014 Brisbane International. … Read More
Hewitt began his 2015 season as the defending champion of the Brisbane International. … Read More
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