Big-hitting Tomas Berdych finished in Top 20 of the year-end rankings in 2006, 2007 and 2008, during which time he was also the top player in the Czech Republic. He has won seven career titles on five different surfaces, including the 2005 Paris Masters event on indoor carpet. The six-foot-five Berdych helped lead the Czech Republic to the 2009 Davis Cup final. Berdych fought his way to the 2010 Wimbledon final by beating six-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer in the quarterfinals and stopping Novak Djokovic in the semifinals before bowing to 2008 champ Rafael Nadal in the final. In 2011, Berdych advanced to the quarterfinals at the Montreal Masters and followed that result with a semifinal result in Cincinnati. On Oct. 9, Berdych snapped a 29-month title drought beating Marin Cilic to win Beijing in his first final since the 2010 Wimbledon. Berdych reached the Paris Masters semifinals and the semifinals of the ATP World Tour Finals in London. He opened the 2012 season beating Gael Monfils to win the Montpellier title. Berdych also won Stockholm, marking the first time he won two titles in one season. He led the Czech Republic to its first Davis Cup championship since 1980, posting a 6-1 record in singles and 4-0 record in doubles, partnering Radek Stepanek, during the 2012 Davis Cup campaign. Berdych registered a 4-1 record in singles and 3-0 mark in doubles with Radek Stepanek as the Czech Republic successfully defended its Davis Cup championship in 2013, culminating with a 3-2 triumph over host Serbia in the final in Belgrade. Berdych opened the 2014 season reaching his fourth career Grand Slam semifinal at the Australian Open, bowing to eventual-champion Stan Wawrinka. In February, 2014, Berdych beat Marin Cilic, 6-4, 6-2, in the Rotterdam final to collect his ninth career title and snap a 16-month title drought.
Tomas Berdych Tournament History
2014: Stockholm, Rotterdam
2012: Stockholm, Montpellier