Blaž Kavčič is a Slovenian professional tennis player who turned professional in 2005. He is the highest ranked Slovenian male player ever, achieving a career-high of World No. 68 in August 2012. Since his debut, he has played exclusively on the ATP Futures and ATP Challenger Series circuit for three seasons. In 2006, Kavčič made his Davis Cup debut for Slovenia and won two Futures tiles, the first one in Čakovec and the second one in Zagreb. In 2009, iInstead of playing the Roland Garros qualification, Kavčič continued to focus on the Challenger circuit and won titles in Alessandria and Constanța. Kavčič played in the 2010 French Open where he won his first grand slam match by defeating Eduardo Schwank. At 2012 Summer Olympics he reached second round where he lost against David Ferrer. He is the first Slovenian who competed at Men's Singles Tennis competition at Olympic Games.