October 9, 2017
Information about Robin Haase
- Tennis player
- Born April 6, 1987
- The Hague, Netherlands
- 1.91 m (6 feet 3 inches)
- 71 kg (157 pounds)
- Parents: Annie and Axel Haase
- Siblings: one brother and one sister
Victories in singles (ATP)
- Winner in Kitzbühel, Austria by beating Philipp Kohlschreiber: 2012.
- Winner in Kitzbühel, Austria by beating Albert Montañés: 2011.
Victories in singles (ATP Challenger Tour)
- Winner in Sibiu, Romania by beating Lorenzo Giustino: 2016.
- Winner in Scheveningen, Netherlands by beating Adam Pavlasek: 2016.
- Winner in Trnava, Slovakia by beating Horacio Zeballos: 2015.
- Winner in Aix-en-Provence, France by beating Paul-Henri Mathieu: 2015.
- Winner in Réunion, France by beating Florent Serra: 2014.
- Winner in Como, Italy by beating Ivo Minář: 2010.
- Winner in Manerbio, Italy by beating Marco Crugnola: 2010.
- Winner in the City of San Marino by beating Filippo Volandri: 2010.
- Winner in Fürth, Germany by beating Tobias Kamke: 2010.
- Winner in Caltanissetta, Italy by beating Matteo Trevisan: 2010.
- Winner in Sunrise, United States by beating Sébastien Grosjean: 2008.
- Winner in Wolfsburg, Germany by beating Daniel Brands: 2007.
- Winner in Nashville, United States by beating Kristian Pless: 2006.
Victories in doubles (ATP)
- Winner with his German partner Andre Begemann in Gstaad, Switzerland: 2014.
- Winner with his British partner Ken Spupski in Marseille, France: 2011.
Victories in doubles (ATP Challenger Tour)
- Winner with his German partner Tim Pütz in Sibiu, Romania: 2016.
- Winner with his Dutch partner Thiemo de Bakker in Bordeaux, France: 2015.
- Winner with his Pakistani partner Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi in Aix-en-Provence, France: 2015.
- Winner with his Croatian partner Mate Pavić in Réunion, France: 2014.
- Winner with his Dutch partner Thomas Schoorel in Manerbio, Italy: 2010.
- Winner with his Dutch partner Rogier Wassen in Cordenons, Italy: 2010.
- Winner with his Dutch partner Igor Sijsling in Louisville, United States: 2006.
- He participated 11 times in Davis Cup (2006 to 2008 and 2010 to 2017) by representing Netherlands.
- He participated in two Olympic Games in London, United Kingdom (2012) and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2016) by representing Netherlands.
- Two-handed backhand
- During the interview (September 27, 2017), he was ranked 41st in the world in singles according to the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
- His best ATP world ranking in singles is the 33rd place on July 30, 2012.
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