Michael Llodra, the Parisian serve-and-volleyer, used to be best known for his skill in doubles. He won the Australian Open doubles title in 2003 and in ’04 and claimed Wimbledon in ’07. More recently, however, he’s made his mark in singles events, too, claiming titles at Eastbourne and Marseille in 2010 to go along with his two titles in Rotterdam and Adelaide back in ’08 and his breakthrough championship on the grass of 's-Hertogenbosch. In 2011, Llodra reached a career-high singles rank of No. 21 and No. 7 in doubles. In doubles play, Llodra partnered Nenad Zimonjic to collect back-to-back titles during the American summer swing, winning Washington, DC and the Montreal Masters 1000. In 2012, Llodra and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga won the Olympic silver medal in doubles; Llodra and Nicolas Mahut were doubles finalists at the 2013 Roland Garros. In February, 2014, Llodra and fellow Frenchman Nicolas Mahut won the Rotterdam title; it was Llodra's 26th career doubles title with a 10th different partner. Llodra and wife Camille have two children, a daughter, Manon, and son, Teo.
Michael Llodra Tournament History
2010: Eastbourne, Marseille
2008: Rotterdam, Adelaide
2013: Montpellier, Dubai
2011: Basel, Beijing, Montreal, Washington D.C.
2008: Lyon, Metz, Las Vegas
2007: Metz, Wimbledon, Marseille
2005: ATP Championships, Lyon, Metz, Rome
2004: St. Petersburg, Long Island, Australian Open
2003: Australian Open