Věra Suková a Helena Suková

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Cyril Suk III.

Birth Date: 29 January 1967
Birthplace: Prague, Czechoslovakia
Residence: Bradenton, Florida, USA
Height: 5 ft. 11 in. (1.8 metres)
Weight: 176 lbs. (80 kilos)
Plays: Right
Year Turned Pro: 1988
Current Doubles Rank: 22
High Rank for singles: 180
High Rank date for singles: 28 November 1988
High rank for doubles: 7
High rank date for doubles: 11 April 1994
Career titles for doubles: 32
Career matches won: 1
Career matches lost: 17

Grand Slam Singles Results

Year Australian Open Roland Garros Wimbledon US Open
1989 1st - - -
1990 1st - - -

Grand Slam Doubles Results

Year Australian Open Roland Garros Wimbledon US Open
1987 - 2nd 1st -
1988 - 2nd - -
1989 1st 2nd 2nd -
1990 2nd 2nd 1st 1st
1991 2nd QF 3rd 1st
1992 QF 2nd 1st 3rd
1993 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd
1994 QF 3rd QF QF
1995 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd
1996 3rd 2nd 2nd 1st
1997 2nd 1st 3rd QF
1998 3rd 1st 3rd WON
1999 1st 1st 1st 3rd
2000 1st 1st 3rd 1st
2001 1st QF 2nd 2nd
2002 1st QF QF 1st
2003 3rd 2nd QF QF
2004 2nd 1st 3rd 3rd
2005 2nd 2nd 3rd QF

WON = Tournament Champion
RUP = Tournament Runner Up
SF = Semi Finalist
QF = Quarter Finalist
4TH = Lost in Fourth Round
3RD = Lost in Third Round
2ND = Lost in Second Round
1ST = Lost in First Round


Doubles Semifinalist: Rotterdam(w/Berdych), Delray Beach(w/Marach)


The Czech Republic native teamed with countryman Pavel Vizner for entire season and compiled a 30-29 match record, winning lone ATP title in 's-Hertogenbosch (d. Cibulec-Friedl), reaching final in Rotterdam (l. to Erlich-Ram) and SF in Barcelona, Metz and Vienna…Best Grand Slam finish was QF at US Open…Finished No. 11 in ATP Doubles Race (w/Vizner) and No. 26 individually in doubles.


2005--'s-Hertogenbosch; 2004--'s-Hertogenbosch, Doha, Vienna; 2003--'s-Hertogenbosch, Doha, Kitzbuhel; 2002--'s-Hertogenbosch, Delray Beach, Rome TMS; 2000--Kitzbuhel, 's-Hertogenbosch; 1999--Gstaad; 1998--US Open, Scottsdale; 1997--Moscow; 1996--Ostrava; 1995--Basel, Long Island, Nice, Rome; 1994--Milan, Oahu; 1993--Halle, Stuttgart Outdoor, New Haven; 1992--Basel, Stuttgart Indoor; 1991--Prague, Lyon, Toulouse; 1989--St. Vincent FINALIST (25): 2005--Rotterdam; 2004--Marseille; 2003--Halle, Long Island; 2002--Auckland; 2001--'s-Hertogenbosch; 1998--Gstaad; 1997--Antwerp, Dubai, London / Queen's Club; 1996--Rotterdam, Indianapolis, Cincinnati; 1995--Washington, Bucharest, Essen, Stuttgart Indoor; 1993--Milan, Paris Indoor; 1992--Gstaad, Bolzano; 1991--Estoril, Milan, Stockholm; 1989--Stuttgart Outdoor


1989-Won first ATP doubles title in St. Vincent (w/Cihak)...1990-Doubles SF at three tour stops...1991-Reached five finals (w/Nijssen), winning in Toulouse and Lyon...Won title in Prague (w/Flegl)...Won first mixed doubles title (w/sister Helena Sukova) at Roland Garros...1992-Won titles in Stuttgart-indoor and Basel (w/Nijssen)...1993-Won three doubles titles, Halle (w/Korda), Stuttgart-outdoor (w/Nijssen) and New Haven (w/Vacek)...1994-With Nijssen, won in Oahu and Milan...Qualified for fourth consecutive ATP World Doubles Championship...1995-Won a career-high four titles (Nice, Rome, Long Island, Basel) with Vacek to qualify for fifth consecutive ATP World Doubles Championship, reaching SF...1996-In doubles, won title in Ostrava (w/Stolle) and reached finals in Rotterdam (w/Davids), TMS Cincinnati (w/Stolle) and Indianapolis (w/Korda)... Teamed with sister Helena to win third career Grand Slam mixed doubles title at Wimbledon...1997-Captured doubles title in Moscow (w/Damm) and finalist in three other ATP stops (w/Stolle)...1998-Won first career Grand Slam title at US Open (w/Stolle), saving two match points in final vs. Knowles-Nestor...Won Scottsdale (w/Tebbutt) in March...Finished No. 7 in Team Race (w/Stolle)...1999-Won at least one title for ninth straight year by winning in Gstaad (w/Johnson)...2000-Won first title of year in 's-Hertogenbosch (w/Damm)... Won only other title of year in Kitzbuehel (w/Albano) in July...2001-Went without a doubles title during year for first title since 1990...Played in final at 's-Hertogenbosch (w/Damm)...2002-Won three doubles titles in a season for first time since 1995 and finished No. 7 in ATP Doubles Race (w/Damm)...Won titles on three different surfaces -Delray Beach, AMS Roma and 's-Hertogenbosch (all w/Damm)…2003- The Czech Republic native teamed with countryman Martin Damm to post a 43-26 match record with three titles (in five finals) on three different surfaces for second straight season...They opened season with title in Doha (d. Knowles-Nestor) and advanced to 3rd RD at Australian Open...Had an up-and-down next four months with a 12-11 record with best result a SF in Rotterdam and TMS Roma...Turned things around in June on grass with runner-up in Halle (l. to Bjorkman-Woodbridge) and repeat title in 's-Hertogenbosch (d. Johnson-Paes)...Followed with QF effort at Wimbledon (l. to Bhupathi-Mirnyi)...Returned to clay in July and advanced to SF in Stuttgart and won title in Kitzbuehel (d. Melzer-Peya)...Played well in North American summer hard court circuit with SF at AMS Montreal, QF at AMS Cincinnati and runner-up in Long Island (l. to Koenig-Rodriguez)...At US Open, lost to eventual champions Bjorkman-Woodbridge in QF...Qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Houston and went 0-3 in round robin play...Finished No. 8 in ATP Doubles Race standings (w/Damm) and No. 16 individually…2004 - Teamed with countryman Martin Damm to finish in Top 10 for third year in a row and won three titles in four finals…The team qualified for Tennis Masters Cup but went winless (0-3) in round robin play…Opened season by defending their title in Doha (d. Koubek-Roddick)…Advanced to second final of year in Marseille (l. to Knowles-Nestor)…Reached QF at back-to-back ATP Masters Series events in Indian Wells and Miami…Reached SF at AMS Monte Carlo…On grass, won title in 's-Hertogenbosch (d. Burgsmuller-J. Vacek) and reached 3rd RD at Wimbledon…On clay, reached SF in Kitzbuhel…Lost in 2nd RD of Olympics in Athens to eventual bonze medalists Ancic-Ljubicic…Reached 3rd RD at US Open…Won title in Vienna (d. Etlis-Rodriguez)…Finished No. 16 individually in doubles.


Sister Helena Sukova is a former Top 10 player on WTA Tour and teamed with her to win three Grand Slam mixed doubles titles...Father, Cyril, was president of Czech Tennis Federation...Mother, Vera, was runner-up at Wimbledon in 1962 (l. to Karen Susman)...The 1985 world junior doubles champion (w/Korda)...A member of Czech Republic Davis Cup team since 1992 and has a career record of 6-4 in doubles in 10 ties...Selected as captain of team from 2003 season...Captured 1998 US Open doubles crown (w/Stolle) and that night attended Pearl Jam concert at Madison Square Garden and group dedicated a song to the champions...Wife, Lenka (married Mar. 26, 1991); son, Cyril IV (born Oct. 21, 1992); daughter, Natalie Mia (born May 8, 1996).

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