The Italian grinder earned his first year-end Top 100 ranking in 2011. The son of a tennis coach, Cipolla posted a pair of Top 20 wins — beating Andy Roddick in Madrid and Alexandr Dolgopolov in Beijing — won 30 Challenger-level matches and qualified for main draws, including the Australian Open and Wimbledon, an ATP-best eight times in 2011. Clay is Cipolla's best surface and his forehand is his best shot.
Flavio Cipolla Tournament History
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