What Is Tomáš Berdych Worth?
Tomáš Berdych's Net Worth is $17.4 million
As a lesser Berdych came to as high as No. 6 on the planet in 2003 (and No. 2 in duplicates). He won the 2001 US Open Boys’ Doubles Title close by Stephane Bohli.
Berdych handed proficient over 2002, winning two Futures occasions, both in his nation of the Czech Republic, vanquishing Pavel Šnobel in one last and Ladislav Chramosta in the other.
In 2003, after a few future and challenger wins, Berdych won his first ATP Tour coordinate at the 2003 US Open, over Tomas Behrend in four sets, yet lost in the following round to Juan Ignacio Chela.
In 2004, Berdych concentrated on Challengers and the ATP Tour. In Challengers, he won in France and Germany. On the ATP Tour, he started with the 2004 Australian Open, crushing Nicolas Mahut in four sets, previously losing to fourth seed Andre Agassi. He additionally earned triumphs over Galo Blanco, Björn Phau and Potito Starace on the ATP Tour. He made his introduction in the 2004 French Open and at Wimbledon, yet lost in the first round.
The begin of Berdych’s 2005 season got misfortunes the first round in Adelaide, Sydney, and the Australian Open. He at that point lost in second adjusts of Marseille, Rotterdam, and Dubai. He at that point recorded his initially consecutive wins in Indian Wells, including a prevail upon Mario Ancic, yet lost to Ivan Ljubicic. He at that point lost in the first round of Miami, Estoril, Rome, and London.
In 2006, Berdych began the year at the Brisbane International, where he achieved the elimination rounds, losing to Xavier Malisse. Be that as it may, he lost right on time in Sydney, the Australian Open, Marseille, Rotterdam, and Dubai. He at that point influenced it to the fourth to round of the Indian Wells Masters before losing to Marcos Baghdatis, and the third round of the 2006 NASDAQ– 100 Open, losing to David Nalbandian.
Berdych started the year by making it to the quarterfinals of the 2007 Medibank International and the fourth round of the 2007 Australian Open, losing to world no. 3 Nikolay Davydenko. He at that point had early misfortunes in Rotterdam, Dubai, Indian Wells, and Miami.
Berdych started 2008 by contending in the Hopman Cup, yet this occasion was influenced by a stomach infection. He at that point entered the 2008 Medibank International, being irritated with Chris Guccione in the quarterfinals. Entering the 2008 Australian Open as the thirteenth seed, he achieved the fourth round, where he tumbled to Roger Federer in straight sets.
Berdych’s season did not have a decent begin, as he had a 2– 6 record, barring the 2009 Australian Open, where he progressed to the fourth round to confront Roger Federer. Berdych took two sets to love to lead over Federer yet finished by being vanquished in an intense five-setter 6– 4, 7– 6, 4– 6, 4– 6, 2– 6.
Berdych started the year at the 2010 Brisbane International, where he achieved the elimination rounds, before losing to inevitable champion Andy Roddick 6– 1, 3– 6, 4– 6. He at that point endured second-round surprises at the 2010 Medibank International Sydney to Peter Luczak and the 2010 Australian Open to Evgeny Korolev.
Berdych started the year at the 2011 Aircel Chennai Open, where he achieved the elimination rounds, before losing to inevitable champion Stanislas Wawrinka 4– 6, 1– 6. At the 2011 Australian Open, Berdych progressed to the quarterfinals, where he was crushed by possible champion Novak Djokovic 1– 6, 6– 7, 1– 6. He at that point recorded two straight quarterfinals and an elimination round in the 2011 ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament, hauling out against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga referring to damage, at the 2011 Open 13 tumbling to Marin Cilic 3– 6, 4– 6, and at the 2011 Dubai Tennis Championships, resigning with thigh damage against the inevitable champion, Novak Djokovic, while trailing 7– 6, 2– 6, 2– 4.
Berdych began the 2012 season winning the 2012 Hopman Cup for the Czech Republic with countryman Petra Kvitová.
In 2013 Berdych marked an apparel sponsorship manage H&M, supplanting Nike. He achieved his third successive quarter-last at 2013 Australian Open before tumbling to inevitable champion Novak Djokovic.
Berdych achieved his first Australian Open semi-last. In the elimination round, he lost to Stanislas Wawrinka in four sets. Berdych vanquished a super hot Marin Cilic to secure the ABN-AMBRO title in Rotterdam.
Berdych began his season at the Qatar Open in Doha. Achieving the last against David Ferrer, losing in two sets. In Melbourne, Berdych achieved his second Australian Open elimination round, subsequent to overcoming Rafael Nadal in the quarterfinals.
Berdych began 2016 as world No. 6 and contended at the Qatar Open in Doha.
Berdych began 2017 as world no. 10 and had a blended year of highs and lows. He again achieved the semi-finals at Doha, losing again in straight sets, this opportunity to Andy Murray.
Tomáš Berdych Biography
Tomáš Berdych conceived 17 September 1985 in Valašské Mezirící, Czechoslovakia. He is a Czech expert tennis player who is as of now positioned world No. 19 in men’s singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
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