Nicolas Pierre Armand Mahut is a French professional tennis player who is a former world No. 1 in doubles. As a doubles player, Mahut reached a career-high of world No. 1 on June 6, 2016, and has since maintained that position.
Frenchmen Julien Benneteau, Arnaud Clément, and Édouard Roger-Vasselin had all won doubles titles with him before his most successful and current pairing with Pierre-Hugues Herbert came along.
He and Michal Llodra lost the French Open final in 2013 together. In 2015, Mahut and Pierre-Hugues Herbert won the US Open doubles title despite losing in the final of the Australian Open.
He won Wimbledon doubles alongside Pierre-Hugues Herbert in 2016. In 1998, Mahut was France’s 15- and 16-year-old champion and the 17- and 18-year-old champion in the national championships. Mahut won the doubles title in the Orange Bowl in 1999.
Mahut also took home the Sunshine Cup, the 35th Coffee Bowl, and the Coupe Galéa-Valério for her efforts in the equestrian world.
With Tommy Robredo in 1999, he won the 2000 Australian Open Boys’ Doubles, the 2000 Wimbledon Championships Boys’ Singles, and the 1999 US Open Boys’ Doubles (alongside Julien Benneteau).
Mahut has a 93–33 singles record and a 76–21 doubles record as a junior. Singles No. 3 and doubles No. 1 were his highest-ranking positions (in January 2000 and December 1999 respectively).
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French professional tennis player Nicolas Mahut coaches are Thierry Ascione, Nicolas Escudé, Mark Woodforde, Gabriel Urpí, and Jérôme Haehnel.
Gabriel Urpi is a former professional tennis player from Spain. In 1978, Urpi won the Orange Bowl and reached the semifinals of the French Open boys’ singles tournament.
In 1981, 1982, 1984, and 1985, he competed in the French Open’s main tournament. It was at the 1982 French Open that the Spaniard had his best result, reaching the third round with victories over Patrizio Parrini and Chris Lewis by way of a walkover.
Retired French tennis player, well known for his 2004 French Open first-round upset of Andre Agassi. He reached a career-high of World No. 78 in the singles category in February 2005. Jerome has a fear of flying because his wife taught him how to do it.