Michael Berrer

Michael Berrer ( born July 1, 1980 in Stuttgart ) is a German tennis player.

  • 2.2.1 Siege
  • 2.2.2 ATP finals


With 7 years Michael Berrer started playing tennis. In 1999, he started his professional career. He plays for TV Reutlingen. His biggest success was reaching the semi-finals of the ATP Kremlin Cup 2007 in Moscow. The first individual victory in a Grand Slam tournament he achieved at Wimbledon against the Spaniard Albert Montanes 6-3, 6-3, 6-2. Also at the Countrywide Classic in Los Angeles, he played a convincing tournament and was eliminated only from the quarter final against Nicolas Kiefer. At the BMW Open in Munich in 2008, he won together with the Korbacher Rainer Schuettler the doubles competition, thus his first title on the ATP Tour.

In February 2009, he won the Challenger tournament in Wroclaw ( Poland) with 6:3 and 6:4 against Alexander Kudryavtsev.

In February 2010 Berrer reached the tournament in Zagreb for the first time in his career an ATP final in singles. There he was defeated by Croatian Marin Cilic defending champion in three sets 4:6, 7:65 and 3:6. He also won the Challenger tournament in Heilbronn by a two sentence -final win against Andrei Golubev. When ATP World Tour 500 event in Dubai he played after victories over Lukas Lacko and Nikolay Davydenko before the quarter-finals. There, he defeated Marcos Baghdatis with 6:7, 1:6. He also reached the third round of the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament in Monte Carlo - where he failed to Rafael Nadal 0:6, 1:6. In September Berrer qualified as number 51 in the world for the China Open in Beijing. In Round 1 of the main draw, he defeated the number 7 in the world, Tomáš Berdych in three sets. This was the second win over a Top 10 player in his career. In Round 2, he had to admit defeat after another three- set match the Frenchman Gilles Simon. The match lasted 3:06 hours and ended with 7:6, 4:6, 6:7 from Berrers view. On the way to the semifinals of Vienna Berrer defeated the Spaniard Guillermo García- López, Pablo Cuevas and Marcos Baghdatis. In three sentences but he failed then the Austrian lucky loser Andreas Haider- Maurer.

At the beginning of 2011 could Berrer to reach the final in Zagreb again. Like last year, but he failed again, this time with 3:6 and 4:6 on Croats Ivan Dodig. At the French Open, Berrer played for the first time in his career in the third round of a Grand Slam before. There he lost in three sets against Andy Murray.




ATP finals



ATP finals

Grand Slam singles results

Indicated is always reached the round

Grand Slam doubles results

Indicated is always reached the round