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Gilles Simon


ABOUT
Singles Rank
27
Ranking Points
1385
RED CLAY

Year Tournaments Played Tournaments Won Matches Played Matches Won
2019 3 0 7 4
2018 8 0 20 10
2017 9 0 14 5
2016 6 0 14 8
2015 5 0 12 7
2014 9 0 19 9
2013 6 0 16 10
2012 8 1 25 18
2011 8 1 22 15
2010 1 0 1 0
2009 7 0 16 9
2008 10 2 28 20
2007 11 1 28 18
HARDCOURT OUTDOOR

Year Tournaments Played Tournaments Won Matches Played Matches Won
2019 5 0 11 6
2018 10 1 17 8
2017 8 0 13 4
2016 10 0 25 15
2015 10 0 21 11
2014 11 0 28 17
2013 10 0 19 9
2012 10 0 22 12
2011 11 1 29 19
2010 11 0 21 10
2009 10 0 30 20
2008 8 1 24 16
2007 8 0 15 7
HARDCOURT INDOOR

Year Tournaments Played Tournaments Won Matches Played Matches Won
2019 3 0 7 3
2018 7 1 19 13
2017 5 0 10 5
2016 7 0 14 7
2015 6 1 19 14
2014 4 0 4 0
2013 7 1 20 14
2012 4 0 15 10
2011 6 0 9 3
2010 5 1 15 11
2009 5 1 15 11
2008 6 0 13 7
2007 6 1 11 6
GRASS

Year Tournaments Played Tournaments Won Matches Played Matches Won
2018 4 0 8 4
2017 3 0 4 1
2016 3 0 5 2
2015 3 0 12 9
2014 2 0 5 3
2013 2 0 5 3
2012 3 0 6 3
2011 3 0 5 2
2010 3 0 8 5
2009 3 0 8 5
2008 2 0 6 4
2007 3 0 5 2
RED CLAY INDOOR

Year Tournaments Played Tournaments Won Matches Played Matches Won
2012 1 0 1 0
SYNTHETIC INDOOR

Year Tournaments Played Tournaments Won Matches Played Matches Won
2008 1 0 1 0
HARD COURT

Year Tournaments Played Tournaments Won Matches Played Matches Won
2007 1 0 2 1
ABOUT

Gilles Simon is a French professional tennis player who is a ten-time winner on the ATP World Tour. Simon began his professional tennis career in the summer of 2002, competing at multiple Futures tournaments in France and then eventually branched out to play international tournaments. His first Futures title came in Lisbon, Portugal, in June 2003 and his second title in Jamaica in September. In January 2005, he won his first ATP Challenger hard court tournament in Nouméa, New Caledonia, and defended it the following year. Simon began 2007 by winning his first ATP title at the Open 13 in, Marseille, France defeating Marcus Baghdatisin the final. Later in September, he won his second title of the year and of his career at the BCR Open Romania in Bucharest, Romania, having defeated Victor Hănescu in the final. In 2008, Simon won the Casablanca tournament and the Indianapolis Tennis Championships. Simon won his fifth ATP title, defeating Carlos Moyà, 6–3, 6–4 at the 2008 BCR Open Romania. Simon then won his first title of 2009 at the 2009 PTT Thailand Open. The following year, Simon entered 2010 Open de Moselle as a wildcard and won the tournament. Simon started his 2011 campaign by entering three tournaments in Australia: Brisbane, Sydney, and the Australian Open, and went on to win titles in the last two. In 2012, He won the tournament in Bucharest, Romania, defeating Fabio Fognini in the final.
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