Robert Lindstedt ( born March 19, 1977 in Sundbyberg ) is a Swedish tennis player.
The doubles specialist could in his career win 17 titles on the ATP World Tour and reach 20 more times a playoff. In the world rankings, he reached his highest ranking in doubles with third place in May 2013, in an individual he was in April 2004, the number 309 in the world.
His first major success in Grand Slam tournaments he celebrated in 2008, when he was able to reach the quarter-finals respectively at the opposite Kevin Anderson and Jarkko Nieminen in Wimbledon at the U.S. Open. In 2010 he succeeded together with the Romanians Horia Tecau the first time the finals at Wimbledon, but they lost Jurgen Melzer and Philipp Petzschner. In the years 2011 and 2012, they could each advance again to the finals of Wimbledon, a final win them remained denied.
On the side of Łukasz Kubot him in 2014 came with the victory in the doubles competition at the Australian Open, the greatest success of his career.