Michael Llodra is a prolific French professional tennis player who has three Grand Slam championships to his credit. In 2002, Llodra played in his first Grand Slam final, the Australian Open Men's Doubles, with Fabrice Santoro. The next year he won his first Grand Slam title, the Australian Open Men's Doubles, again with Fabrice Santoro. iN 2004, Llodra won his first ATP singles title Hertogenbosch. The duo- Lodra and Santoro teamed up in 2005 to win the Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai. In July, 2007 he won his third Grand slam title at Wimbeldon, partnering with Arnaud Clément. In 2008, Llodra won two singles tournaments, one in Adelaide and another in Rotterdam. Llodra and Clément combo then defeated the Bryan Brothers again in four sets at the Davis Cup quarterfinals tie against USA. Two years later Llodra and Benneteau teamed up to win the doubles title in Marsielle, thus making him the singles and doubles champion of the tournament. Llodra won his first two titles of the 2011 in Washington DC and at the Canadian Open, the third title at the China Open and the fourth title in Basel.