Michael Berrer was born on July 1, 1980 in Stuttgart, Germany and was introduced to the sport at the age of seven. He has started playing tennis ever since. He turned professional in the year 1999 but it was several years later in 2010 when he achieved his all time highest ranking of number 42.
Michael Berrer is coached by Karsten Arriens. He is a left-handed player who stands at 6 feet and 3 inches and weighs 220 lbs. He currently ranks at number 99 in the singles circuit and ranks number 152 in the doubles circuit.
Michael Berrer has to date not won any singles title in his career. He only has to his name 1 doubles titles. He has won a total of 51 matches but has lost a total of 82 matches in the singles circuit. He achieved more successes in the doubles circuit, winning 14 matches and losing to only 11 matches. His most memorable moment in tennis was when he played in the Heibronn Challenger. Not only did he win the event, he was watched by many of his close friends and family since the event was close to his hometown.
Michael Berrer’s best shot is his serve and his favorite surface is indoor hard courts. His career highlights for the year 2008 was when he reached quarterfinals at a match held in Stuttgart. He also made it to the semifinals in a Challenger event held in Segovia. Not far behind is his doubles career highlight for the year 2008. He won a doubles match at an event held in Munich together with Scheuttler and reached as far as the finals in a doubles match held in Stuttgart with tennis player, Zverev. He has to date won 4 Challengers and has 1 doubles title under his career record.