Found February 27, 2013 on Tennis Grand Stand:
Tommy Haas is in action this week at the Delray Beach International Tennis Championship By Yeshayahu Ginsburg There are a lot of things that can be said about Tommy Haas. He came out of the gate very early in his career, reaching his first final in 1997 at the age of 18, upsetting Yevgeny Kafelnikov in the process. Haas won his first title at in 1999 and first cracked the top 10 a few months later. Haas reached a career-high of World #2 at the age of 24, but that is really where he peaked. Haas’s career is a sad tale, actually, though it is great to see him still competing at a high level. Haas’s career can be defined by 3 things. The first, which is something that troubled an entire generation of tennis players, was an inability to beat Roger Federer. Haas did not meet Federer at seemingly every turn in Slams the same way that, say, Andy Roddick did, but Federer held him back from having a better career nonetheless. It is not ridiculous to say that Haas could have at least had one ...

Haas advances to Delray semifinals

Second-seeded Tommy Haas of Germany beat Ivan Dodig of Croatia 7-6 (6), 2-6, 6-1 on Friday to advance to the semifinals of the Delray Beach International Tennis Championships. The 19th-ranked Haas, who will turn 35-years-old in March, is the oldest player ranked in the Top 50. Haas, who reached his 25th career final two weeks ago at San Jose, Calif., before losing to Canadian Milos...

Hewitt, Blake and Haas Commit to Houston

(February 28, 2013) HOUSTON – Former champions Lleyton Hewitt (2009) and Tommy Haas (2004) as well as former finalist James Blake (2008) are among the players added to the field for the 2013 US Men’s Clay Court Championship as the preliminary entry list was released this week. Twenty-three players, including six ranked within the Top 25 on the ATP World Tour, have committed to...
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