Amer Delic

Infobox Tennis player
playername = Amer Delic


nickname =
country = USA
residence = flagicon|USA flagicon|Florida Jacksonville, FL
datebirth = birth date and age|1982|6|30
placebirth = flagicon|SFR Yugoslavia Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
(then Yugoslavia)
height = height|m=1.90
weight = convert|93|kg|lb|abbr=on
turnedpro = 2003
retired =
plays = Right-handed; two-handed backhand
careerprizemoney = $750,921
singlesrecord = 20–45
singlestitles = 0
highestsinglesranking = 60 (July 9, 2007)
AustralianOpenresult = 2r (2006, 07, 08)
FrenchOpenresult = 1r (2007)
Wimbledonresult = 2r (2007)
USOpenresult = 2r (2004)
doublesrecord = 19–28
doublestitles = 0
highestdoublesranking = 74 (September 10, 2007)
updated = September 9, 2008

Amer Delic (born on June 30 1982, name originally spelled Delić) is a Bosnian-American professional tennis player.

Delic was born in Tuzla located in the northeastern part of Bosnia and Herzegovina, at the time part of former Yugoslavia. He moved to Jacksonville, Florida from Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1996 with his family where he attended Samuel W. Wolfson High School.

Tennis career

Delic played collegiate tennis at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. At Illinois he won both the NCAA Division I singles championship and team championship in 2003.

In grand slams, Delic's best performance has been reaching the second round in the 2004 US Open and 2006-2007 Australian Open. In the 2005 U.S. Open Delic partnered fellow pro Jeff Morrison and reached the doubles third round, upsetting the team of Leander Paes and Nenad Zimonjić in the first round.

Currently, Amer Delic trains at the Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel, Florida where he resides when not on tour.

On March 26, 2007, Delic upset World Number 4 (and 4th seed) Nikolay Davydenko in the third round at the Miami Masters, winning 7–6(5), 6–3.

He is noted for his good serve.

Titles (7)

ingles titles

Finalist(7)

*2004: Dallas/ lost to flagicon|FRASebastien De Chaunac (4–6 6–7)
*2004: Nashville/ lost to flagicon|USAJustin Gimelstob (6–7 6–7)
*2005: Carson/ lost to flagicon|USAJustin Gimelstob (6–7 2–6)
*2006: Lexington/ lost to flagicon|KORHyung-Taik Lee (7–5 2–6 3–6)
*2006: Vancouver/ lost to flagicon|RSARik De Voest (6–7 2–6)
*2006: New Orleans/ lost to flagicon|PHICecil Mamiit (3–6 6–7)
*2006: Calabasas/ lost to flagicon|AUSMark Philippoussis (7–6 6–7 3–6)

External links

*
* [http://steveghelper.com/MatchResults.php?players=Delic&weeks=12 Delic recent match results]
* [http://steveghelper.com/RankingHistory.php?player=Delic Delic world ranking history]
* [http://www.amerdelic.com/ Official Website of Amer Delic]
* [http://fightingillini.cstv.com/sports/m-tennis/mtt/delic_amer00.html College Profile]


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