South African-born Matthew Ebden moved to Australia and concluded the 2011 season as the No. 2 Aussie behind Bernard Tomic. Ebden's season-ending rank of No. 86 was the first Top 100 finish of his career. He reached three ATP quarterfinals, including 3 playing through qualifying to reach the last eight at the ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai where he beat No. 12 Gilles Simon before losing to eventual champion Andy Murray.
Matthew Ebden Tournament History
2011: Atlanta, Newport