Travis Rettenmaier

Travis Rettenmaier ( born August 6, 1983 in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California) is an American tennis player.

Life and career

The first on Rettenmaier attention to himself when he took the U16 national team's World Cup in that age group. It was the first title for the U.S. in this competition. He then attended UCLA, the same university as his mother, the former Top 100 player Karen Dawson.

From 2001 he played games on professional level and has already won his fourth tournament on Future level in a double (along with Diego Ayala ). In 2002, he was able to win four tournaments Future (3 double, 1 single in ), but the jump to the next tournament level ( Challengerturniere ) was slow in coming

His first Challengerturnier he won in his home town of Tarzana, 2005. Nor could he beat in Nottingham in individual on the ATP Tour Janko Tipsarevic.

The final breakthrough came on the side of Carsten Ball 2008; with him, he won the previous six Challengerdoppelturniere.

But he enjoyed his greatest success with the Mexican Santiago González when he won the doubles tournament in Belgrade.