Ken Skupski

Ken Skupski ( born April 9, 1983 in Liverpool) is a British tennis player.

  • ATP World Tour


As a younger athlete, he mainly played college tennis in the United States, where he played for the Louisiana State University. 2005 he was a double finalist in the national college tennis precipitates, and two -time winner of the Southeastern Conference Coaches Indoor Championships. In 2007 he was finally professional and has been known primarily as a doubles specialist, especially the cooperation with the compatriot Colin Fleming was very successful. In the seasons 2007 and 2008, he won a total of ten double competitions at Future tournaments.

His breakthrough came Skupski in the 2009 season: he not only won five tournaments on the ATP Tour, he could make on the ATP World Tour a name. At the tournament at London's Queen's Club, he defeated Fleming with the world number one Bob and Mike Bryan. In autumn, the duo was able to celebrate the first joint ATP title in Metz, they repeated this success shortly after the tournament in St. Petersburg, where they triumphed also.

During the 2010 season, won Skupski Although no ATP tournaments, but reached the finals in Eastbourne, where he joined the Polish duo Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski defeated together with Fleming. He also won two Challenger tournaments in Jersey ( with Rohan Bopanna ) and Nottingham ( with Fleming ). In July, he reached position 44 on the world rankings double his previous career high.

The 2011 season started successfully. In Bergamo, he won at the side of the Dane Frederik Nielsen a Challenger tournament in March, and his third ATP tournament: in Marseilles, he was with Robin Haase local heroes Julien Benneteau and Jo -Wilfried Tsonga beat.




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