Former World No. 7 Richard Gasquet moves into his first ATP Masters 1000 quarter-final since 2018 Monte-Carlo on Thursday. Rob Carr/Getty Images Andy Murray and Richard Gasquet have played 12 times in their FedEx ATP Head2Head series (Murray leads 8-4).
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Richard Gasquet FRA. World Ranking # 81. Handedness right. Year Turned Pro 2002. Height 183 cm. Weight 79 kg. Favorited. SPINNER. You can select up to 10 favorite players.
Richard Gabriel Cyr Gasquet ( French: [ʁiʃaʁ ɡaskɛ]; born 18 June 1986) is a French professional tennis player. His career-high ATP singles ranking is world No. 7, attained on 9 July 2007. He has won a total of 15 singles titles on the ATP Tour.
Tennis ranking history and graphs of Richard Gasquet, a tennis player from France. Current ranking for Richard Gasquet is ATP 88. CoreTennis : 85,951tournamentscovered - 158,863player profiles - 2,988,656tennis match results... and counting. Tennis Results.
Richard Gasquet. FOLLOW. France. Plays: Right. Turned Pro: 2002. ATP Rank #73. Birth Date June 18, 1986 (Age: 35) Hometown Beziers, France. Height 6-0.
Official tennis titles and finals records of Richard Gasquet on the ATP Tour for singles and doubles.
Injuries & Ranking as World No.7. Richard Gasquet reached world No.7 in 2007, his all-time high ranking in the ATP ranking structure. He also reached the fourth round of the Australian Open. Gasquet appeared in a Grand Slam semifinals for the first time at Wimbledon. In one of the greatest Wimbledon quarterfinals, Gasquet defeated Andy Roddick. After that, however, he lost in the semifinals to Federer.
Richard Gasquet Gasquet has not been at his best in recent years as he has struggled to stay healthy, most glaringly undergoing groin surgery two years ago. Once the No. 7 player in the FedEx ATP Rankings, he is still battling to earn chances like this against a legend.