At 5-foot-9, 144 pounds, Dudi Sela may be considered downright diminutive among Top 100 players, but his bold one-handed backhand and consistency carried him to a career-high rank of No. 29 in 2009 as he became the first Israeli to crack the ATP Top 50 since Amos Mansdorf was No. 25 in 1993. Sela's best Grand Slam result was a fourth-round appearance at the 2009 Wimbledon. He beat Fernando Gonzalez in a five hour epic in Davis Cup in September 2007 as Israel beat Chile to reach 2008 World Group, a moment Sela regards as his career highlight.
Dudi Sela Tournament History
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