Michal Tabara

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Michal Tabara Tennis player
Nation: Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Republic
Birthday: October 16, 1979
Size: 175 cm
Weight: 73 kg
1st professional season: 1997
Playing hand: Right
Trainer: Jaroslav Navrátil
Prize money: $ 853,900
Career record: 40:55
Career title: 1
Highest ranking: 47 (July 23, 2001)
Grand Slam record
Career record: 7: 9
Career title: 1
Highest ranking: 142 (23 August 1999)
Grand Slam record
Sources: official player profiles at the ATP / WTA and ITF (see web links )

Michal Tabara (born October 16, 1979 in Uherské Hradiště , then ČSSR ) is a former Czech tennis player .


Tabara initially celebrated success on the Challenger Tour . In his career he won 11 singles titles and four more doubles. On the ATP World Tour he collected a total of two titles, one in singles in Chennai against Andrei Stoljarow and another in doubles with Radek Štěpánek in Estoril . In Grand Slam tournaments , he achieved his best result in singles by reaching the third round at both the Australian Open 2001 and the US Open 2004 .

In 2001 and 2004 Tabara was used twice in the Czech Davis Cup team . He played a single match in each of his appearances: In 2001 he was defeated by Adrian Voinea in the first round match against Romania with 1: 6, 4: 6, but the game was no longer relevant for the overall result. In 2004 he was victorious in the relegation game against Paraguay , but this game was only of statistical value, as the Czech Republic was already in the lead.


Legend (number of victories)
Grand Slam
ATP World Tour Finals
ATP World Tour Masters 1000
ATP World Tour 500
ATP World Tour 250 (2)
ATP Challenger Tour (15)



No. date competition Topping Final opponent Bottom line
1. January 8, 2001 IndiaIndia Chennai Hard court RussiaRussia Andrei Stolyarov 6: 2, 7: 6 4



No. date competition Topping partner Final opponent Bottom line
1. April 16, 2001 PortugalPortugal Estoril sand Czech RepublicCzech Republic Radek Štěpánek United StatesUnited States Donald Johnson Nenad Zimonjić
Yugoslavia Federal Republic 1992Yugoslavia 
6: 4, 6: 1

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