# Juan Martín del Potro

Juan Martín del Potro
Full nameJuan Martín del Potro Lucas
Country (sports) Argentina
ResidenceTandil, Argentina
Born23 September 1988 (age 33)
Tandil, Argentina
Height1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)
Turned pro2005
PlaysRight-handed (two-handed backhand)
CoachSebastián Prieto

### 2014–2015: Second wrist injury, two years away from tour

Del Potro began his 2014 ATP World Tour season at the Apia International Sydney as the top seed, winning the final of the tournament against defending champion Bernard Tomic in only 53 minutes. It was his fifth title as top seed.

When asked to play for Argentina in the Davis Cup, del Potro declined, arguing problems with the press and the team, and his decision to prioritize his personal career.

At the Australian Open, he won his opening match against Rhyne Williams, but lost to Roberto Bautista-Agut in the second round, having led two sets to one. Despite his second-round loss, del Potro returned to being world No. 4 because David Ferrer made it only to the quarterfinals and thus lost 360 points, whereas del Potro lost only 45 points. After the Australian Open, del Potro required treatment for his left wrist, which has been giving him trouble since 2012.

In February, at the 2014 Rotterdam Open, he eased past Gaël Monfils and Paul-Henri Mathieu in straight sets, but fell to Latvian Ernests Gulbis in the quarterfinals. In the 2014 Dubai Tennis Championships, he retired against Somdev Devvarman after losing the first set due to his wrist injury. The same injury led to his subsequent withdrawal from Masters 1000 series events in Indian Wells and Miami, meaning that del Potro dropped to world No. 8.

Del Potro underwent surgery to repair the problem in his left wrist, missing the rest of the 2014 season.

Del Potro began his 2015 season with wrist pain and was not sure whether he would play Sydney and the 2015 Australian Open. However, at the last minute he decided to play both tournaments. He had not played a tournament since February 2014, but he started the 2015 Apia International Sydney with a straight-sets win against Sergiy Stakhovsky. In the second round, his opponent was world No. 19 and top seed Fabio Fognini. It was a tough test for del Potro, but he proved to be stronger than the Italian. Del Potro was through to the quarterfinals, but lost to Mikhail Kukushkin in two tiebreakers. After his Sydney campaign, he was drawn to play Jerzy Janowicz in the first round of the 2015 Australian Open, del Potro withdrew due to his wrist injury the day before the match started. Del Potro played in Miami and was not seen for nearly a year, undergoing surgery again in June 2015.

### 2016: Comeback, Olympic Silver, Davis Cup champion

He played his first tournament since undergoing wrist surgery in the 2016 Delray Beach Open. In his first competitive match in almost a year, del Potro defeated Denis Kudla in two sets. He followed this up with a straight sets win over Australian John-Patrick Smith. He defeated Jérémy Chardy in two sets in the quarterfinal, reaching his first semifinal since 2014; which he lost to eventual champion Sam Querrey. He returned to Indian Wells, competing in the first round, winning against Tim Smyczek in two sets. He lost in the next round to Tomas Berdych in straight sets. His next tournament was the Miami Open. He won his first match against countryman Guido Pella in two sets. He was set to play Roger Federer for the first time in more than two years, but just hours before the match Federer withdrew due to a stomach virus. He then played lucky loser and countryman Horacio Zeballos and lost in straight sets. He then competed in his first clay-court tournament since 2013 at the BMW Open. He won his first clay-court match in three years against Dustin Brown, beating him in two sets.

Del Potro at the 2016 Summer Olympics

In his second match of the tournament, he beat Jan-Lennard Struff in his first three-set match of the year. He then lost to Philipp Kohlschreiber in the quarterfinals in straight sets. The next tournament he entered was the 2016 Mutua Madrid Open. He had his best victory after coming back on the tour, defeating 14th seed Dominic Thiem in straight sets. He lost his next match to Jack Sock in two sets. He then competed at the 2016 MercedesCup. His first grass tournament since 2013 Wimbledon Championships. He started off against Grigor Dimitrov, winning in straight sets. He then saw off John Millman in two sets. He faced fourth seed Gilles Simon in the quarterfinal, emerging victorious in three sets. He then played seventh seed Philipp Kohlschreiber, who had defeated him earlier this year at the 2016 BMW Open, losing in straight sets.

He entered Wimbledon and was drawn against Frenchman Stephane Robert. He defeated Robert to set up a second-round match with fourth seed Stanislas Wawrinka, whom he defeated in four sets. Del Potro then lost in four sets against 32nd seed Lucas Pouille in the third round.

In the 2016 Olympic Games, del Potro defeated top seed and world no. 1 Novak Djokovic in the first round. It was a huge win for him because he was ranked no. 145 in the world and was coming back from a bad injury. He also defeated João Sousa and Taro Daniel in three sets. Next, he defeated top-20 player Roberto Bautista Agut to guarantee a medal match. He played 2008 gold medalist and the 2016 doubles gold medalist, Rafael Nadal. He defeated him in three tight sets to guarantee a medal. Del Potro played in his first gold medal match against the reigning Wimbledon champion from the previous month, Andy Murray. He lost in four grueling sets in over four hours. However, del Potro said after beating Nadal "I already won silver, that's good enough for me."

After the Olympics, del Potro was granted a wild card to the US Open. He was drawn against countryman Diego Schwartzman and defeated him in straight sets. In the second round, he faced and defeated 19th seed and top-ranked American Steve Johnson in straight sets, fighting back from down a break during both the first and second sets. In the third round, he faced 11th seed and Grand Slam finalist David Ferrer, and again defeated him in straight sets. In the fourth round, he faced 8th seed Dominic Thiem. After del Potro won the first set, the match ended when Thiem retired during the second set. Del Potro then lost to eventual champion Stan Wawrinka in the quarterfinals in four sets. Del Potro then played against Murray in a rematch of the Olympic final in the Davis Cup. Del Potro won the thrilling 5-set match in 5 hours and 7 minutes. In his next tournament, del Potro played in the 2016 Shanghai Rolex Masters, where he was drawn to play 11th seed David Goffin. Despite being a set and a break up, del Potro eventually lost the match. After this, del Potro was given a wild card into the Stockholm Open. Del Potro beat John Isner, Nicolas Almagro, Ivo Karlovic, and Grigor Dimitrov on his way to the final. In the final, del Potro cruised to victory over Jack Sock to win his first title since his return from injury. Del Potro then played at the 2016 Swiss Indoors, where he comfortably beat qualifier Robin Haase in the first round. He then got revenge on Goffin in a straight sets win, before falling in 2 tight sets to Kei Nishikori in the quarterfinals.

Vying for Argentina's first title, del Potro played in the 2016 Davis Cup against Croatia. His first match was a four set victory against Ivo Karlović. Partnering Leonardo Mayer, del Potro lost in doubles against Ivan Dodig and Marin Cilic. 2–1 down in matches, del Potro played in singles against Cilic, coming back from 2 sets down for the first time in his career to win in five sets. Described as one of the best Davis Cup comebacks ever, del Potro levelled the score at 2–2, paving the way for Federico Delbonis to complete the comeback by beating Ivo Karlović in straight sets, thus claiming Argentina's first ever Davis Cup title.

### 2017: Continued comeback, US Open semis

Del Potro decided to skip the 2017 Australian Open and made his season debut at the Delray Beach Open, where he was seeded in a tournament for the first time in three years, at No. 7, and won his first three matches against Kevin Anderson, Damir Dzumhur and Sam Querrey, who beat him in the semifinals of the same tournament last year. However, in the semifinals this year, del Potro lost to top seed and world No. 4 Milos Raonic in straight sets. Next, del Potro played in the Mexican Open, where he was drawn to play qualifier Frances Tiafoe, who idolised del Potro when he was a child. In the end, del Potro won an extremely tight match in three sets. In the next round, del Potro played the top seed of the tournament for the second time in a row. This time it was Novak Djokovic on the other side of the court. Del Potro lost in three sets after winning the first set.

Del Potro next played at the Indian Wells Masters. Del Potro was seeded 31st so he received a bye into the second round, where he played his Argentine Davis Cup teammate Federico Delbonis. He won in two tight sets. In the next round, Del Potro faced Djokovic again, with the same result, Del Potro losing in three sets. After, Del Potro played at the Miami Open, where he had a comfortable victory over Robin Haase before losing to Roger Federer.

Del Potro began his clay-court season at the Estoril Open, where he beat Yuichi Sugita for the loss of just 4 games in the first round. However, the day after his victory, Del Potro heard that his grandfather died and subsequently withdrew from the tournament.

Del Potro withdrew from the Madrid Open, reappearing at the Italian Open where he reached the quarterfinals of a Masters 1000 tournament for the first time since the 2013 Paris Masters, following victories over 10th seed Grigor Dimitrov, Kyle Edmund and 7th seed Kei Nishikori, which was his first victory in 2017 over a top 10 ranked player. However, he succumbed yet again to world No. 2 Novak Djokovic in straight sets.

Del Potro at the 2017 Lyon Open

Del Potro then competed at the newly formed Lyon Open, where he defeated lucky loser Quentin Halys, but lost in the next round against Portuguese qualifier Gastão Elias in straight sets. Doubt was cast over his participation at the French Open because of a back injury that had hampered him at Lyon, but he eventually decided to partake in the event.[citation needed] Del Potro entered as the 29th seed, the first time since the 2014 Australian Open that he was seeded at a Grand Slam tournament. In the first round, Del Potro defeated Guido Pella in straight sets, and in the second round against Nicolas Almagro, it was one set apiece before Almagro retired. Del Potro eventually fell in straight sets to top seed Andy Murray in the third round.

After suffering an early second round exit at Wimbledon, Del Potro began his summer North American hard court season at Washington, where he lost to Kei Nishikori in the third round. He then lost to Denis Shapovalov in the second round of Montreal, and to eventual champion Grigor Dimitrov in the third round of Cincinnati.

At the US Open, Del Potro defeated Henri Laaksonen, Adrián Menéndez-Maceiras and Roberto Bautista Agut in straight sets, putting his best year performance to date against Bautista Agut. He began his fourth round match against Dominic Thiem greatly struggling, falling two sets behind. However, he then raised his level and, with the help of the crowd, he eventually prevailed in five sets, including saving two match points in the fourth set with two aces. In the post match interview he admitted he considered retiring from the match during the second set.

The US Open account on Instagram switched his racquet for Thor's hammer using software editing tools, which created a new nickname for the Argentine: Juan Martin "del Thortro", by fellow tennis player Roger Federer, adding to a collection of nicknames such as "Delpo", "Tower of Tandil", "Palito" (stick) and "Enano" (midget). This led to a joke in social media with Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor, and in this joke he demands his hammer back because he claimed to need it for his quests.

In the quarterfinals he defeated Roger Federer in four tight sets; his second victory over the Swiss at the US Open, having beaten him in the final in 2009. By doing so he reached his first major semifinal since Wimbledon 2013. His run came to an end in 4 sets, losing to World No. 1 Rafael Nadal.

Del Potro began his Asian hard court swing in Beijing, where he lost in straight sets Grigor Dimitrov in the second round, his second loss against the Bulgarian. This was followed by a strong performance at the 2017 Shanghai Masters, where he reached the semifinals of a Masters 1000 event for the first time since 2013 (also in Shanghai), most notably upsetting Alexander Zverev in the third round, his second triumph over a Top 5 ranked opponent after his previous victory over Roger Federer at the 2017 US Open. Del Potro won the first set but eventually lost in the semifinals against Federer, who would go on to win the tournament.

Del Potro defended his 2016 Stockholm Open title by defeating Grigor Dimitrov in the finals of the 2017 Stockholm Open. This victory gave Del Potro his 20th ATP career title. He then reached the final of Basel, where he faced Federer and again lost in three sets after winning the first. Del Potro then made it to the quarterfinals of the 2017 Paris Masters, where he was one win away from entering the top 10 and qualifying for the 2017 ATP Finals, which would've been his first time since 2013 participating in the year-end tournament. However, he was defeated in three sets by John Isner and subsequently declined to be chosen as an alternate for the tournament, instead choosing to rest with his family and friends in his native Tandil. Nevertheless, Del Potro won 730 points in a span of three weeks and reached the 11th spot of the ATP rankings.

### 2018: First Masters, second US Open final, world No. 3, injuries

Del Potro started the season at the 2018 ASB Classic in New Zealand, where he debuted with a victory against Denis Shapovalov. This triumph assured his return to the top 10 of the ATP rankings for the first time since August 2014. Del Potro then defeated Karen Khachanov and David Ferrer en route to the final, where he lost to Roberto Bautista Agut in three sets. At the Australian Open 2018 he lost in the third round against Tomáš Berdych. Despite this, he returned to the top ten ranked world no 9, the first time since August 2014. Del Potro then competed at the Delray Beach Open. However, he lost to eventual champion Frances Tiafoe. He then won the Acapulco Open, defeating Kevin Anderson in straight sets to obtain his 21st title, and his biggest title since 2013 Swiss Indoors.

Del Potro at the 2018 BNP Paribas Open, where he won his first Masters 1000 title of his career

His winning streak would not stop there, however, as he went on to win the BNP Paribas Open, the first Masters 1000 tournament of his career. He received a bye into the second round, where he started his successful run by defeating teenager Alex De Minaur, veteran David Ferrer, compatriot Leonardo Mayer, 31st seed Philipp Kohlschreiber and 32nd seed Milos Raonic en route to the final. There, he faced reigning champion and world No.1 Roger Federer. Del Potro prevailed in three sets despite Federer serving for the match in the decider and holding 3 championship points. This was del Potro's biggest achievement in the ATP Tour after the 2009 US Open.

Del Potro continued his impressive run at the Miami Open, again starting from the second round as a seeded player. He defeated Robin Haase, 26th seed Kei Nishikori and 22nd seed Filip Krajinović, before facing off in the quarterfinals against 20th seed Milos Raonic in a rematch of their previous duel. Delpo managed to once again prevail in a grueling match against the Canadian, reaching the semifinals. His streak finally ended as he was defeated by 14th seed and eventual champion John Isner.

Delpo would then return to the courts for the clay season, although his first results were unexpectedly lackluster. After starting the Madrid Open with a solid victory against Bosnian Damir Džumhur in the second round, he was upset by qualifier Dušan Lajović in three sets. In his next tournament in Rome, del Potro defeated rising star Stefanos Tsitsipas before retiring against David Goffin in the next round due to a leg injury.

The Argentine managed to recover in time for the French Open and entered the tournament as the fifth seed. Following victories against French players Nicolas Mahut and Julien Benneteau, he defeated 31st seed Albert Ramos Viñolas and World N°10 John Isner en route to a quarterfinal clash against World N°4 and frequent rival Marin Cilic. After an intense match (in which he had a heated argument with a fan that supposedly heckled him), Del Potro defeated Cilic in four sets and reached the semifinals, his best performance at Roland Garros since 2009. He then lost to Rafael Nadal in straight sets. His run to the semifinals ensured that, for the first time since February 2014, Delpo would return to his career-best ranking of World No. 4.

At Wimbledon, Del Potro defeated Peter Gojowczyk, Feliciano Lopez and Benoit Paire in straight sets to set up a round of 16 clash with Gilles Simon. He went on to beat Simon in 4 sets over two days and in nearly 4+12 hours to set up another meeting with World No. 1 Rafael Nadal, who defeated him in 5 sets. Del Potro then competed at the Los Cabos Open, where he reached the final but lost to Fabio Fognini.

Del Potro was seeded third at the Rogers Cup, but withdrew due to an injury to his left wrist. Nonetheless, due to Alexander Zverev's loss in the quarterfinals, del Potro moved up to a new career-high ranking of World No. 3 as of the week of 13 August.

Del Potro was seeded fourth at Cincinnati, defeating Chung Hyeon and Nick Kyrgios before falling to David Goffin in the quarterfinals.

Entering the US Open seeded third, del Potro reached the quarterfinals without dropping a set, defeating Donald Young, Denis Kudla, 31st seed Fernando Verdasco, and 20th seed Borna Ćorić. He then faced 11th seed John Isner, defeating him in four sets to reach his second consecutive US Open semifinal, where he faced top seed and defending champion Rafael Nadal in a rematch of the previous year's semifinal. Nadal retired from the match due to a knee injury after del Potro took the first two sets. With this victory, del Potro advanced to his second Grand Slam final, nine years after his 2009 US Open triumph. He was defeated by two-time champion Novak Djokovic, 6–3, 7–6(7–4) 6–3.

Del Potro entered the China Open as the top seed. He defeated Albert Ramos Viñolas, Karen Khachanov, Filip Krajinović, and reached the final without dropping a set after Fabio Fognini retired before the start of their semifinal match. He faced unseeded Nikoloz Basilashvili in the final, losing 4–6, 4–6.

He then competed in the Shanghai Masters seeded third. He defeated Richard Gasquet and faced 13th seed Borna Ćorić in the third round, narrowly dropping the first set before he retired due to a knee injury. This injury later forced his withdrawal from the rest of the season and the ATP Finals, for which he had qualified for the first time since 2013.

### 2019–2021: Continued injuries

Del Potro's injury lingered into the 2019 season, forcing him to withdraw from the Australian Open. He made his comeback at Delray Beach Open where he reached the quarterfinals, losing to Mackenzie McDonald in three sets. Still not having recovered from injury, Del Potro chose not to defend his titles in Acapulco and Indian Wells, withdrawing from both tournaments.

Playing in his first tournament back at the Madrid Open, del Potro lost his first match to Laslo Đere. He then played in Rome and secured wins against David Goffin, who had a 3–1 lead over him before the match, and Casper Ruud. He squandered two match points in a second set tiebreaker to ultimately lose his quarterfinal against world number 1 Novak Djokovic over a three-hour match.

In the French Open, del Potro was seeded 8th but lost in the fourth round to Karen Khachanov.

In his first grass tournament of the season at Queen's Club, del Potro suffered another career-threatening injury when he fractured his kneecap in his first round match against Denis Shapovalov.

Del Potro did not play any professional tennis from 2019 at Queen's Club until 2022 at the Argentina Open. He underwent four right knee surgeries (June 2019, January 2020, August 2020 and March 2021) and withdrew from the Tokyo Olympics in July. At the 2021 US Open, del Potro reported that his knee was getting better, he had picked up training on the court again and hoped to be ready to play on the tour within a couple of months.

On 31 January, it was announced that Del Potro will make his return to professional tennis at the 2022 Argentina Open, where he accepted a wild card. He also accepted a wild card to play the 2022 Rio Open.

On 5 February, Del Potro stated in a press conference that it is likely he will retire after the 2022 Argentina Open. He has cited ongoing knee pain due to an injury as a reason behind the potential retirement and that his return is 'maybe more of a farewell than a comeback'. Del Potro lost in the first round of the Argentina Open to Federico Delbonis, and again hinted at retirement in the post-match interview. He withdrew from the 2022 Rio Open on 11 February. Del Potro has not played any matches since; he dropped out of the singles rankings on 20 June, as well as the doubles rankings on 9 May.

## Playing style

Del Potro hits a forehand.

Del Potro is an offensive baseliner with a very powerful serve and a deep, flat, topspin groundstroke, where he pushes his opponents deeper with his heavy groundstroke and trying to blast past them with a winner. His forehand is one of his main strengths and possibly the most powerful in the game, capable of frequently generating speeds more than 160 km/h. It is widely considered among the top three best forehands on tour by fellow players and analysts, alongside Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Although he possessed a very consistent and powerful double-handed backhand, injury and surgeries on his wrist have rendered his backhand the main weakness in his game. Since his return in 2016, del Potro made tactical changes in his game in order to protect his wrist, like significantly reducing the pace of his two-hander and adopting a one-handed slice. Despite del Potro admitting that relying on slices is "not my game," the shot has been effective in moving his opponents out of position and slowing down rallies enough to allow him to set up powerful offensive shots with his forehand. Furthermore, to compensate for the newfound vulnerability in his backhand wing, del Potro has improved the power and accuracy of his other shots, most notably his serve.

## Equipment and apparel

Del Potro used the Wilson Hyper ProStaff 6.1 Midplus Stretch early on in his career, and has continued to use this racquet under new paint jobs years later. Del Potro is very superstitious, and after suffering a wrist injury shortly after switching to the Wilson BLX Pro Tour paint job in 2010, he returned to playing with the then outdated Wilson K-Factor 6.1 95 paint job. He particularly favored the exact racquets he had used to win his only Grand Slam title at the 2009 US Open. He again refused to update his racquet to the Wilson BLX Juice Pro in 2012, and in 2014 had only a few K-Factor racquets left. For strings, he uses Luxilon ALU Power strung at 58 lbs. He currently makes use of the same racket painted to resemble the Wilson ProStaff 97.

His clothing sponsor is Nike. He used to wear sleeveless shirts, but more recently has worn crew shirts, and often also sports double-wide wristbands and a bandana. For shoes, he wears Nike Air Max Cages.

## Record against the Big Four

Del Potro has a combined 20–51 (28.2%) record against all members of the Big Four, which is one of the best in this category. He is also one of the few to have won at least three matches against each of the four.

### Roger Federer

Del Potro has a 7–18 (28.0%) record against Roger Federer, and a 4–2 (66.7%) record in final. Besides the 2009 US Open title, del Potro also captured the 2012 and 2013 Swiss Indoors finals and the 2018 Indian Wells final, while Federer won the 2012 Rotterdam Open and the 2017 Basel Open. Federer won their a five-set meeting at the 2009 French Open semifinals, and the longest best-of-three-set match in history at the 2012 Olympic semifinal, 19–17 in the deciding set. Del Potro prevailed in the 2017 US Open quarterfinals against Federer in four sets.

### Novak Djokovic

Del Potro has a 4–16 (20.0%) record against Novak Djokovic. Djokovic won their first four meetings, before back to back victories for del Potro at the 2011 Davis Cup and their bronze medal match at the 2012 Summer Olympics in straight sets. However, in 2013, Djokovic won two of the most important matches between them to date; an epic five-setter at the 2013 Wimbledon Championships semifinals and a thrilling three-setter at the 2013 Shanghai Masters final. In the same year, del Potro defeated Djokovic en route to his second Masters 1000 final, at the 2013 Indian Wells Masters. Del Potro upset Djokovic in the first round at the 2016 Rio Olympics en route to the silver medal. Djokovic defeated Del Potro in three close sets in the final of the 2018 US Open, which was the first grand slam final for Del Potro since his victory at the 2009 US Open. Three of his four victories have come via national representation tournaments.

### Andy Murray

Del Potro has a 3–7 (30.0%) record against Andy Murray. They only played two finals. The first was in the 2009 Rogers Cup, which was won by Murray. However, when del Potro beat Murray in the quarterfinals of the 2013 BNP Paribas Open, del Potro won against all members of the Big Four in 2013. In their second final, del Potro lost to Murray in the 2016 Summer Olympics. However, during Argentina's Davis Cup semi-final tie against Great Britain, del Potro got revenge by beating Andy Murray in a five set thriller that was both men's longest match of their careers.

## Off the court

Del Potro dated singer Jimena Baron from April 2017 until February 2018. Del Potro dated model Sofia Jimenez from December 2018 until their breakup in May 2020.

In 2022, it was revealed that Daniel del Potro (Juan Martín's late father) had misappropriated US\$30 million of his son's career earnings while managing his financial affairs.

## Career statistics

### Grand Slam tournament performance timeline

 W F SF QF #R RR Q# DNQ A NH
(W) winner; (F) finalist; (SF) semifinalist; (QF) quarterfinalist; (#R) rounds 4, 3, 2, 1; (RR) round-robin stage; (Q#) qualification round; (DNQ) did not qualify; (A) absent; (NH) not held; (SR) strike rate (events won / competed); (W–L) win–loss record.
To avoid confusion and double counting, these charts are updated at the conclusion of a tournament or when the player's participation has ended.
Tournament 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 SR W–L Win %
Australian Open A A 2R 2R QF 4R 2R QF 3R 2R A A A 3R A A A A 0 / 9 19–9 68%
French Open A 1R 1R 2R SF A 3R QF A A A A 3R SF 4R A A A 0 / 9 22–9 71%
Wimbledon A A 2R 2R 2R A 4R 4R SF A A 3R 2R QF A NH A A 0 / 9 21–9 70%
US Open Q1 1R 3R QF W A 3R QF 2R A A QF SF F A A A A 1 / 10 35–9 80%
Win–loss 0–0 0–2 4–4 7–4 17–3 3–1 8–4 15–4 8–3 1–1 0–0 6–2 8–3 17–4 3–1 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 / 37 97–36 73%

### Grand Slam tournament finals

#### Singles: 2 (1 title, 1 runner-up)

Result Year Tournament Surface Opponent Score
Win 2009 US Open Hard Roger Federer 3–6, 7–6(7–5), 4–6, 7–6(7–4), 6–2
Loss 2018 US Open Hard Novak Djokovic 3–6, 6–7(4–7), 3–6

### Olympic medal matches

#### Singles: 2 (1 silver medal, 1 bronze medal)

Result Year Tournament Surface Opponent Score
Bronze 2012 Summer Olympics, London Grass Novak Djokovic 7–5, 6–4
Silver 2016 Summer Olympics, Rio de Janeiro Hard Andy Murray 5–7, 6–4, 2–6, 5–7

### Year-end championship finals

#### Singles: 1 (1 runner-up)

Result Year Tournament Surface Opponent Score
Loss 2009 ATP World Tour Finals, UK Hard (i) Nikolay Davydenko 3–6, 4–6

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