Andreas Haider-Maurer

Andreas Haider- Maurer ( born March 22, 1987 in Zwettl ) is an Austrian tennis player.

  • 3.1 Individual 3.1.1 Tournament Win ATP Challenger Tour
  • ATP World Tour
  • ATP Challenger Tour


Andreas Haider- Maurer is one of two sons of William and Elfriede Haider- Maurer. He grew up in the United Gerungs on in the forest district and currently lives in Innsbruck. He began playing tennis at the age of seven years.



For its first participation in 2006 at a tournament in the ATP World Tour equipped with a wildcard Haider- Maurer defeated in Kitzbühel in the first round of the Argentinean Damian Patriarca, but was defeated in the second round of the Belarusians Max Mirny with 6:75, 6: 2, 6-3. In the same year Haider-Maurer won both of his first two Future tournaments in Austria and Israel. In 2007, he won per a Futures tournament in Austria and Italy. In the fall he received a wildcard for the BA Tennis Trophy, but lost in the first round of the Croat Ivan Ljubičić in straight sets clear. As in the two previous years won Haider -Maurer 2008, two Future tournaments, this time both within a week in Israel. Also in the 2009 season won Haider-Maurer two Future tournaments, this time in the Ivory Coast and France. In the fall he received as early as 2007 a ​​wildcard for the BA Tennis Trophy in Vienna, and thus stood by exactly two year break in the main draw of an ATP World Tour tournament. However, he lost in the first round against Spaniard Feliciano Lopez.


The year 2010 started successfully for Haider- Maurer with the victory of a futures tournament in Italy. Then he survived the qualification for the Allianz Suisse Open in Gstaad, and defeated in the first round Denis Istomin. But in the next round he lost to the Spaniard Albert Montanes 6:3, 1:6, 0:6. A little later the Austrians got over all three qualifying rounds of the U.S. Open in 2010, and stood for the first time in his career in the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament. There he took first a two - sets down against Robin Soderling on, but then missed the sensation and were beaten 5:7, 3:6, 7:62, 7:5, 4:6. In September Haider- Maurer was in the playoffs to the World Group debut in the Austrian Davis Cup team, but lost in the first game of the Israeli Dudi Sela. The Austrian team finally won without a further use of Haider- Maurer 3-2. After he was first drafted as a lucky loser into the main draw of the BA Trophy, he defeated Thomas Muster, Andreas Seppi, Marin Cilic and Michael Berrer and reached for the first time a final of an ATP tournament. In the final he lost to Jürgen Melzer, after he had won the first set surprising 7-6, in the second sentence could serve for the match with the score at 5-4, in three sets 7:610, 6:74 and 4: 6


With an opening defeat in Chennai Haider- Maurer lost his first match of the year. At the Australian Open in 2011, he failed in the 2nd qualifying round. In March it with a victory in Caltanissetta his first triumph was achieved in a tournament the Challenger category. At the French Open Haider-Maurer was the first time directly qualified for the main draw of a major tournament. He achieved the first victory in the first round in only his second major main round match. Thereafter, however, he failed in the next round at the Ukrainian Alexander Dolgopolov. At Wimbledon, the third Grand Slam tournament of the season, he also reached the second round, and then improved to 75 in the tennis world rankings.


2012 celebrated Haider -Maurer with the Austrian Davis Cup team his first major success when the team defeated Russia 3-2. One of the points contributed Haider- Maurer himself in by a winning single games against Alex Bogomolov junior. In the lost quarter-final against Spain, he defeated David Ferrer smooth in three sets. By July he reached two individual finals at Challengerturnieren, but he lost both. In early September he won the Challengerturnier in Como against the Portuguese João Sousa, a week later the tournament of Braşov against Adrian Ungur. In between, he had lost in the first qualifying round of the U.S. Open.



Tournament Win

ATP Challenger Tour


ATP World Tour
ATP Challenger Tour

Grand Slam results

Q1/Q2/Q3 ( 1/2/3. Qualifying round), 1/2/3 ( 1/2/3. Lap), AF ( second round ), VF ( quarter-finals ), HF ( semi-finals ), F (Finale ), S ( win)

Figures in brackets denote that the tournament in question is not yet complete. Following the resignation or end of the tournament, the clamps are removed.