Mardy Fish
Tennis player
Mardy Fish
{{Infobox tennis biography |name=Mardy Fish |image=Mardy Fish 2010-08-03. JPG |country=File:Flag of the United States. svg United States |residence=Beverly Hills, California |birth_date=December 9, 1981 (age 30) |birth_place=Edina, Minnesota |height=1.88 metres ({{rnd/b||| }} in) Olympic medal record Men's Tennis Silver 2004 Athens Singles Mardy Simpson Fish (born December 9, 1981) is an American professional tennis player. He is a hardcourt specialist.
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Maria Sharapova Joins WTT Smash Hits Charity Tennis Event To Benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation
Yahoo News - 5 months
NEW YORK, Oct. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) is pleased to announce that tennis star Maria Sharapova will join Mardy Fish, John McEnroe, Martina Navratilova, Mark Philippoussis, and Andy Roddick to headline World TeamTennis (WTT) Smash Hits at Caesars Palace, a charity night of tennis co-hosted by longtime friends Sir Elton John and Billie Jean King on Monday, October 10, 2016.  Also joining the line-up is former world No. 1 doubles standout Liezel Huber. Tennis action is set for 6:30 p.m. ...
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Mardy Fish Wins Diamond Resorts Invitational
NYTimes - about 1 year
Former tennis player Mardy Fish won the Diamond Resorts Invitational on Sunday, easily holding off former pitcher Rick Rhoden in the modified Stableford event for celebrity athletes and entertainers.
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Murray beats Berdych to reach Miami final
Yahoo News - almost 2 years
Andy Murray will try to cap a milestone week with a third Miami Masters title after beating Czech Tomas Berdych 6-4, 6-4 on Friday to secure his final berth. Murray, who this week joined the elite club of players to win 500 career matches, booked his fourth trip to the championship match at Key Biscayne, where he'll face either world number one Novak Djokovic or American John Isner. Djokovic, who defeated Murray in the Australian Open final for his eighth Grand Slam crown, is trying to become the first player to sweep the Indian Wells and Miami Masters titles on three separate occasions. Djokovic owns a 6-2 career record over Isner, the big-serving American who powered past US Open runner-up Kei Nishikori in the quarter-finals to become the first American man to reach Miami's final four since Mardy Fish in 2011.
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Mardy Fish Attempts Comeback After 18 Months Away From Tennis
NYTimes - almost 2 years
Once a top-10 player and the highest-ranked American man, Mardy Fish, 33, is back for a last go — if for nothing else than to “reaffirm that I can still play the game.”
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Tennis star Mardy Fish trying his hand at golf
USA Today - over 3 years
Former top 10 player's career stalled by a heart condition
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10 Things To Know For The U.S. Open
Huffington Post - over 3 years
NEW YORK -- A look at 10 of the top topics at the U.S. Open, the hard-court Grand Slam tennis tournament that begins Monday and ends Sept. 9: 1. MURRAY'S FIRST DEFENSE: For the first time, Andy Murray will be the defending champion at a Grand Slam tournament – and he suspects he'll be more nervous than usual in the early rounds. Will be intriguing to see if that's true. His championship at the 2012 U.S. Open made him the first man from Britain to win a major title since Fred Perry in 1936. And last month, Murray ended Britain's 77-year wait for a male champion at Wimbledon. 2. RAFA RETURNS: Rafael Nadal has gone through all manner of ups and downs over the past two seasons, including a seven-month absence because of knee trouble – he missed two Grand Slam tournaments, including last year's U.S. Open – plus two more French Open titles and two quick exits at Wimbledon. He's looked terrific lately, improving to 15-0 on hard courts in 2013 by winning the Montreal and ...
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Tennis-Fish pulls out of U.S. Open
Yahoo News - over 3 years
Aug 21 (Reuters) - American Mardy Fish's hopes of putting aside his troublesome heart condition to compete in his first grand slam tournament in 12 months ended on Wednesday after the former top-ten player was forced to pull out of next week's U.S. Open. The 31-year-old has played sporadically over the last two seasons and contested only eight matches on the ATP World Tour this year. The last of those was on Tuesday when he quit midway through the third set against Jarkko Nieminen at the U.S. Open warm-up tournament in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, because of heat stroke. ...
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Fish Retires in 3rd Set at Winston-Salem Open
NYTimes - over 3 years
American Mardy Fish has retired because of heat stroke during the third set of the Winston-Salem Open with Jarkko Nieminen leading 7-5, 6-7 (3), 3-2 on Tuesday.     
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Joe Mirabella: All Out Delivers Petition to the International Olympic Committee (VIDEO)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
On Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2013, All Out staff and members delivered a petition with more than 300,000 signatures to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), whose leaders agreed to receive the petition. The IOC is seeking written confirmation from high-level Russian officials that anti-gay laws will not impact the Games in Sochi. In addition to delivering the petition, the All Out team provided a letter from British actor Stephen Fry and thousands of signatures from Athlete Ally supporters, including four-time Olympic gold medalist and Athlete Ally Ambassador Greg Louganis and other former Olympians. This global call urged the IOC to condemn Russia's anti-gay law before the Olympic Games and urge Russia to ensure the security of all visitors, athletes and Russian people before, during, and after the Games. Andre Banks, Executive Director and co-founder of All Out, said: The International Olympic Committee is being forced by Russia to tell athletes to shut up, bu ...
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John Isner, Mardy Fish advance at Citi Open
USA Today - over 3 years
Mardy Fish and Johns Isner advanced to the third round of the Citi Open.
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Blake eliminated, Fish survives in first round of Citi Open
Fox News - over 3 years
Americans James Blake and Mardy Fish each needed to mount comebacks in the first round at the $1.3 million Citi Open tennis event
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Mardy Fish Falls in Atlanta
NYTimes - over 3 years
Mardy Fish took a hit in his gradual return to full-time tennis Wednesday night in the Atlanta Open, falling 4-6, 6-2, 7-5 to Michael Russell in a rain-delayed first-round match that began Tuesday.     
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Jesse Lawrence: How Much Will U.S. Open Tickets Cost If America Has to Wait 67 Years for Their Next Champ
Huffington Post Sports - over 3 years
While the Queen Mother did not attend Andy Murray's Wimbledon victory the weekend before last, the rumor is that she would knight Murray after he became the first British man in 77 years to win Wimbledon. The Queen has attended four Wimbledons in her life, but perhaps this year's 70,000 pound price tag was too much for Buckingham Palace to justify. The cheapest available ticket for the match was 4,400 pounds. To put this into context, this was 400 percent above the 2012 Olympic gold medal match Murray won on the same court last year and 300 percent higher than the most expensive ticket in the U.S. over the last 12 months (Super Bowl). With 77 years of national pride at stake, though, price did not matter much to those in attendance. The list of spectators included celebrities with plenty of money to afford tickets, including Pipa Middleton, Ron Wood of the Rolling Stones, and Victoria Beckham. Those lucky enough to witness it live saw the first British champion since Fred ...
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Fish says he's mentally, physically set to return
Yahoo News - over 3 years
Mardy Fish watched from afar as one side of the Wimbledon draw opened up. He couldn't help but wonder if he would have taken advantage to make a deep run.
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Federer's First Serve On Twitter
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Roger Federer has delivered his first serve on Twitter. The 17-time Grand Slam winner joined Twitter on Thursday with a verified account. After just one tweet, he began racking up followers at a more prodigious pace than he has picked up Wimbledon titles. A little (blue) bird told me that the place to be is @twitter, so here I am!… — Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) May 23, 2013 While tennis fans previously relied on the tweets from @PseudoFed in order to glimpse into the #humble mind of the tennis great, they will now be able to go directly to the source. Federer picked up more than 60,000 followers in just a few hours. Meanwhile, his first five follows were @ATPWorldTour, @AustralianOpen, @usopen, @Wimbledon and @rolandgarros. Among those who noticed his Twitter debut, were a few of Federer's fellow tennis players. .@rogerfederer surpassing me in followers in 3..2..1.. — John Isner (@JohnIsner) May 23, 2013 Welcome @rogerfede ...
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CBS Picks Basketball Over Tennis
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
College basketball fans who tuned in to CBS before the NCAA Tournament game between Michigan and Florida on Sunday afternoon were treated to the third set of a championship match between Andy Murray and David Ferrer at the Sony Open. Tennis fans absorbed by the cagey, three-set final, meanwhile, were out of luck when it came to the eventual tiebreak unless they also had Tennis Channel. As Murray and Ferrer battled -- and broke service -- on the sun-baked hard courts in Miami, the scheduled tip off of the Elite Eight game in the South Region approached. When Murray forced a winner-take-title tiebreak, CBS turned the Sony Open broadcast over to Tennis Channel and switched to its scheduled NCAA Tournament coverage. Prominent among those perturbed by the choice to cut away from the tiebreak was American tennis star Mardy Fish, who tweeted his displeasure. At the other end of the spectrum, former NFL player Shaun King seemed irked that CBS' NCAA pre-game coverage ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mardy Fish
  • 2015
    Age 33
    Fish appeared again on Tour in July 2015 in Atlanta, but again lost in the first round of singles.
    More Details Hide Details Playing doubles with Andy Roddick, he won his first-round match. He also won his first-round match of doubles in Washington DC, partnering Grigor Dimitrov, but they conceded a walkover in the second round. In Cincinnati, Fish won his first singles match since 2013 against Victor Troicki. However, he met Andy Murray in the second round, and lost in straight sets, with a tiebreak in the second set. He also teamed with Tomáš Berdych in doubles, but they lost their first match. He announced that he would retire after the US Open. At the US Open, he defeated Marco Cecchinato in the first round. He bowed out in the second round after a valiant five-set stoush with 18th seed and eventual quarterfinalist Feliciano Lopez. Fish endorsed the Wilson BLX Six.One 95 18 by 20 racquet with a hybrid of Wilson Natural Gut and Luxilon Alu Power strings. His grip of choice was Wilson Pro Overgrip. He wears TravisMathew apparel.
    He made a return to competitive tennis in February 2015 at the Tennis Championship of Dallas, competing with Mark Knowles in the doubles tournament.
    More Details Hide Details He also received a protected ranking for the Indian Wells Masters, but lost in the first round to Ryan Harrison.
    He retired after the 2015 US Open.
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  • 2014
    Age 32
    In June 2014 Fish had a cardiac catheter ablation operation to correct misfiring electric pulses in his heart.
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    Fish did not play on Tour during 2014, due to an anxiety disorder.
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  • 2012
    Age 30
    In the 2012 US Open Fish was the 23rd seed.
    More Details Hide Details He defeated Go Soeda, Nikolay Davydenko, and Gilles Simon before withdrawing for health reasons before his fourth-round match with top seed Roger Federer. Fish did not play on tour for the rest of the season and announced before the end of the year that he would not play in the Australian Open. Mardy's first tournament of the 2013 season was Indian Wells in March. He received a bye to the second round and defeated qualifier Bobby Reynolds in three sets. He lost in the third round against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Fish did not play an ATP match again until Atlanta in July. In his first tournament back, he lost in the first round to Michael Russell in a hard-fought match. In Washington DC the following week, he won his first match against Matthew Ebden, before being downed by Julien Benneteau. He also played doubles in this event, teaming with Radek Štepánek and making it to the final, where he again lost to Benneteau, teamed with Nenad Zimonjić. After winning his first-round match in Winston-Salem, he retired in the third set against Jarkko Nieminen, citing heat stroke. The next day, he announced that he would not be playing the US Open.
    Fish did not compete in the 2012 Summer Olympics.
    More Details Hide Details He instead played at the Citi Open in Washington, D.C., where he was the top seed and reached the semifinals.
    Fish's first tournament back was the 2012 Wimbledon Championships, where he was seeded 10th.
    More Details Hide Details His run at Wimbledon was cut short when he lost to fifth seed Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the fourth round in four sets.
    Citing fatigue, he did not play any of the European clay-court season and withdrew from the 2012 French Open.
    More Details Hide Details What he did not tell the media until later is that immediately after his last match in Miami, he was taken to the hospital with severe cardiac arrhythmia. On May 23, he underwent a cardiac catheter ablation in Los Angeles to correct faulty electrical connections in his heart, in which those spots were cauterized in order to prevent short circuiting. He later stated that his condition had made it hard for him to sleep, and his heart felt like it was going to burst out of his chest. His condition was also very difficult mentally and emotionally, with periods when he could not stand to be alone.
    Fish went down in the second round of the 2012 Australian Open to Colombian Alejandro Falla.
    More Details Hide Details He made it to the third round of Indian Wells, before being defeated by Australian Matthew Ebden. He reached the quarterfinals in Miami, but was defeated by Juan Mónaco, 1–6, 3–6.
  • 2011
    Age 29
    In the 2011 US Open, he advanced to the fourth round by beating German Tobias Kamke and qualifier Malek Jaziri in straight sets in the first two rounds, and South African Kevin Anderson in straight sets with two tiebreakers in the third round.
    More Details Hide Details Fish was subsequently eliminated in the fourth round of the tournament by world no. 11 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. He reached the semifinals in Tokyo in October, defeating Ryan Harrison, Ernests Gulbis, and Bernard Tomic, before falling to Rafael Nadal. He played for the first time in the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, but was eliminated in the round-robin stage.
    Fish continued his impressive run on the American hard courts with a comfortable 6–0, 6–2 victory in the second round of the 2011 Western & Southern Open against former world no. four Nikolay Davydenko.
    More Details Hide Details In the quarterfinal, he defeated Rafael Nadal, 6–3, 6–4. This was Fish's first win against Nadal. He faced world no. 4 Andy Murray in the semifinal. Fish lost, 3–6, 6–7, after a thrilling second-set tiebreak.
    In August at the 2011 Rogers Cup, Fish reached his fourth Masters series final, defeating Feliciano López, Ernests Gulbis, Stanislas Wawrinka, and Janko Tipsarević, 6–3, 6–4, in the semifinal.
    More Details Hide Details In the final, Fish faced world no. 1 Novak Djokovic, who was looking to extend his season record to 53–1. He lost to Djokovic, 2–6, 6–3, 4–6, in the final, saving three match points to come up from 0–40 in the final game. Fish rose to a career-high ranking of no. 7.
    At the 2011 Farmers Classic on July 31, 2011, Fish faced Ernests Gulbis for the title, having defeated fellow American teenager Ryan Harrison in the semifinals.
    More Details Hide Details He finished runner-up to Gulbis, 7–5, 4–6, 4–6. This dropped him to a 6–13 mark in ATP World Tour finals. The following week, he withdrew from Washington, D.C., citing a heel injury sustained during the Farmers Classic final.
    Fish reached the third round of the 2011 French Open, his best result at the tournament so far.
    More Details Hide Details He was beaten by Gilles Simon, 3–6, 4–6, 2–6. Fish reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon for the first time, after beating the 2010 finalist Tomáš Berdych in straight sets. He lost to world no. 1 Rafael Nadal, 6–3, 6–3, 5–7, 6–4.
    At the 2011 Sony Ericsson Open, Fish found some rich vein of form, collecting wins over Julien Benneteau, Richard Gasquet, and notably reached the quarterfinals by winning against Juan Martín del Potro, 7–5, 7–6, who only a few weeks earlier had defeated Fish in Delray Beach.
    More Details Hide Details By defeating del Potro and reaching the quarterfinals in Miami, Mardy Fish overtook Andy Roddick as the highest-ranked American player on the tour. Fish's campaign continued, as he upset ATP world no. 6 David Ferrer, 7–5, 6–2, before falling to world no. 2 Novak Djokovic in the semifinals of the Sony Ericsson Open. He entered the top 10 for the first time on April 18, despite not playing, because Fernando Verdasco did not defend his Monte Carlo points.
    After a first-round bye in the 2011 BNP Paribas Open, he fell in the second round again to Milos Raonic, 5–7, 4–6.
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    He made the semifinals at his next two tournaments; 2011 Delray Beach International Tennis Championships, losing to resurging, eventual champion Juan Martín del Potro, and at the 2011 Regions Morgan Keegan Championships losing to fast-rising Canadian youngster Milos Raonic in three sets.
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    Fish then fell in the second round to Tommy Robredo, 6–1, 3–6, 3–6, 3–6, at the 2011 Australian Open.
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    Fish opened his season at the 2011 Brisbane International, falling in the second round to Stepanek, 3–6, 1–6.
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  • 2010
    Age 28
    Fish began 2010 by winning the SAP Open in San Jose with doubles partner Sam Querrey.
    More Details Hide Details The pair defeated Benjamin Becker and Leonardo Mayer, 7–6, 7–5, in the final. With this win, Fish improves to 7–1 lifetime in ATP World Tour doubles finals. On March 27, Fish knocked his second round opponent Andy Murray out of the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami, Florida in straight sets On June 10, Fish played Andy Murray again in the third round of the Queen's tournament in London. Fish won the first set 6–4, but lost the second 6–1. However, during the third set, Fish was leading 3–0, Murray then brought it back to 3–3. Fish then complained to the umpire that it was too dark, and he then walked off the court without talking to Murray. Murray stayed on the court for a few minutes after the incident and said, "He only complained because I was gaining momentum", and "He wouldn't have complained when he was 3–0 up." The following day, Fish went on to win the third and final set in a 6–4, 1–6, 7–6 victory. He faced Michaël Llodra in the quarterfinals and Feliciano López in the semifinals to reach the final. He lost to compatriot Sam Querrey to finish as runner-up.
  • 2009
    Age 27
    On August 30, Fish withdrew from the 2009 US Open, where he was seeded 25th, citing a rib injury.
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    He then played in the 2009 Rome Masters, where he lost in the second round to Fernando Verdasco.
    More Details Hide Details Fish advanced to the third round in Wimbledon men's singles, where he fell to Novak Djoković in straight sets. In doubles, he and partner James Blake advanced to the semifinals, before losing to the defending and eventual champions Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjić. In July, Fish competed in the Davis Cup against Croatia, losing to Marin Čilić in five sets.
    In April, Fish played in the 2009 U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships, but was knocked out in the first round by Björn Phau of Germany.
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    In the 2009 BNP Paribas Open, Fish received a first-round bye, only to be eliminated in the second round by unseeded Frenchman Jérémy Chardy.
    More Details Hide Details However, he captured his sixth doubles title and first ATP Masters Series 1000 title with partner Andy Roddick.
  • 2008
    Age 26
    Fish married Stacey Gardner, a California attorney and "Briefcase Model" on NBC's Deal or No Deal, in a Jewish wedding ceremony in September 2008 (Gardner is Jewish).
    More Details Hide Details Fish's friend and fellow tennis player James Blake served as groomsman. He is also good friends with Andy Roddick and Bob and Mike Bryan. He has a group of fans called "The Fishheads" who travel with him and cheer him on during matches. He is a fan of the Minnesota Vikings. He also supports English Premier League side Everton. Current through the 2015 US Open Current through the 2012 ATP World Tour Finals.
    Fish then went on to make a quarterfinal showing at the 2008 Delray Beach International Tennis Championships, before losing to long-time friend and wild-card entry Robby Ginepri.
    More Details Hide Details At the Pacific Life Open in Indian Wells, California, Fish defeated world no. 1 Roger Federer in the semifinals in what Fish described as "a great win," after failing to beat the Swiss player in five previous matches. However, Fish lost in the final to Novak Djokovic, the third seed. At the French Open, Fish lost in the second round to 25th-seeded Lleyton Hewitt with Fish committing 58 unforced errors, compared to Hewitt's twelve. At Wimbledon, Fish lost in the first round to eighth-seeded Richard Gasquet. At the US Open, Fish reached the quarterfinals, before losing to Rafael Nadal. Fish won his fifth doubles title, partnering Mark Knowles of the Bahamas at the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships in Memphis. The next week, ranked as the top seed, he won his third singles title at the Delray Beach International Tennis Championships against first-time finalist Evgeny Korolev.
    Fish started off 2008 quite well at the Hopman Cup, an exhibition event in Perth, Australia.
    More Details Hide Details Partnering with Serena Williams, he won the title. Williams was ill and arrived after the start of the event, but Meghann Shaughnessy filled in for the first match. Fish won against Indian Rohan Bopanna and Australian Peter Luczak, and received a walkover from Czech Tomáš Berdych. Although Fish lost the first doubles match, he and Williams were undefeated in two mixed doubles matches. They qualified as undefeated for the final, where they faced top-seeded Serbians Novak Djokovic and Jelena Janković. Although Fish lost in singles against Djokovic, the Americans again won the mixed doubles match to win the title. Fish fell to Jarkko Nieminen in the third round of the Australian Open after a code violation caused him to lose his composure.
  • 2007
    Age 25
    Fish began 2007 by achieving his best finish at a Grand Slam.
    More Details Hide Details Fish reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, losing to his old roommate and doubles partner, Andy Roddick. Fish made waves on the first day of the tournament by knocking off Ivan Ljubičić, the fourth seed, and had an easy win in the third round when his opponent Wayne Arthurs retired in the opening set. Fish had few problems in his first four matches, but lost in straight sets to Roddick. As a result, he moved up by 17 places in the ATP rankings.
    His best results at Grand Slam tournaments are reaching the quarterfinals of the 2007 Australian Open, the 2008 US Open, and the 2011 Wimbledon Championships.
    More Details Hide Details At the 2004 Summer Olympic Games, Fish reached the final in the men's singles, losing to Nicolás Massú. In April 2011, Fish overtook compatriot Andy Roddick to become the American No. 1 in the ATP rankings, reaching a career-high singles ranking of world No. 7 in August 2011. He then played in the year-end tournament for the only time in his career.
  • 2005
    Age 23
    In 2005, Fish injured his left wrist.
    More Details Hide Details It eventually required two surgeries, and as a result, he only played 17 matches in the year. Fish was awarded a wildcard in April into the US Men's Claycourt Championships. He won the tournament, defeating eighth seed Juan Mónaco, Rainer Schüttler, Vince Spadea, Tommy Haas, and Jürgen Melzer in the final 3–6, 6–4, 6–3. At Wimbledon, Fish signaled his return to professional status as he reached the third round, defeating fellow American Robby Ginepri and Dutch player Melle van Gemerden. The night prior to his third-round match, he suffered from food poisoning. He could only play one set before retiring against Georgian Irakli Labadze.
  • 2004
    Age 22
    At the 2004 Summer Olympics, Fish earned a silver medal having defeated Juan Carlos Ferrero and Fernando González to reach the final.
    More Details Hide Details He lost the final in five sets to Chilean Nicolás Massú.
    Fish played well in 2004, reaching the finals at the SAP Open in San Jose, California and in the Gerry Weber Open in Halle, Germany.
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  • 2003
    Age 21
    In addition, he defeated fifth-seeded and former world no. 1 Carlos Moyà at the 2003 Australian Open in the second round, 3–6, 7–6, 6–4, 4–6, 6–2.
    More Details Hide Details He finished the year ranked no. 20 in the world.
    Fish's career improved significantly in 2003, when he won his first ATP singles title and reached the biggest final of his career in Cincinnati.
    More Details Hide Details His singles victory came near the end of the season, when he defeated Robin Söderling to win the Stockholm Open in Stockholm, Sweden.
  • 2002
    Age 20
    He earned his first title on the ATP Tour in 2002 playing doubles in the U.S. Men's Clay Court Championships in Houston, Texas, with Andy Roddick.
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  • 2000
    Age 18
    Fish turned professional in 2000 at the age of 18.
    More Details Hide Details He spent his first few years as a pro playing in the Challenger and Futures circuits.
  • 1999
    Age 17
    As a junior, Fish compiled a 58–25 singles win/loss record (32–19 in doubles), reaching as high as no. 14 in the world in 1999 (and no. 19 in doubles).
    More Details Hide Details Junior Grand Slam results: Australian Open: 2R (1999) French Open: 3R (1999) Wimbledon: 3R (1999) US Open: QF (1999)
    During 1999, he lived with Roddick's family, and the two played on the same tennis and basketball teams.
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  • 1986
    Age 4
    In 1986, Fish's family moved to Vero Beach, Florida.
    More Details Hide Details He attended Vero Beach High School for tenth grade, then moved to Boca Prep in Boca Raton, Florida, for his junior and senior years of high school. He, Andy Roddick, and Jesse Levine all attended Boca Prep International School.
  • 1984
    Age 2
    Fish is the son of a tennis teaching professional and a housewife, Tom and Sally Fish. He was born in Edina, Minnesota. In 1984 a Minneapolis TV station ran a profile of Fish, at the age of two, hitting tennis balls from the baseline over the net.
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  • 1981
    Born on December 9, 1981.
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