Famous Tennis Player Arnaud Clement
Arnaud Clement, a retired professional tennis player was born on 15 December, in Aix-en-Provence, France in year 1977. He was captain of the France Davis Cup Team (2012) and making to the final of the Australian Open is his most distinguished accomplishment as a player which happened in 2001. He became certified in the world of tennis in 1996. Clement has been elevated to level as towering as 10th seed in singles and then maintaining the record to being 24th ranked in doubles, where he often got a chance to be partners with Sebastien Grosjean and Michael Llodra, both from France. He has to his credit a victory of 4 ATP singles tournaments, and five doubles tournaments.
All through his career, Clement has a record of winning over crown players such as, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Andre Agassi, Carlos Moya and Patrick Rafter. He embraced the record for the greatest match until 2010, in the history of the Open Era. However, Clement was beaten by Fabrice Santoro, at Roland Garros 2004. He ended his two and a half year epoch of losing an ATP singles title by winning the Marseille Open, in March 2006, beating world No.2 Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals, and later defeating Mario Ancic in the finals. He, along with Michael Llodra, won the men’s double title, in July 2007, at Wimbledon, defeating Bob and Mike Bryan, accordingly winning his initial Grand Slam doubles title. Clement resigned from professional tennis in June 2012, at the age of 34.