Born on April 2, 1987, Matthias Bachinger is a German tennis player who turned pro in 2005. He achieved a career high ranking of no.167, which he achieved in September 8, 2008 and qualified for his first ATP tournament at the BMW Open in 2007, winning the first round by defeating Andreas Beck before losing to Marcos Baghdatis in the second round. He also competed in the ABN AMRO World tennis tournament in 2008. Other events in the year include the BMW Open, the Austrian Open, and the If Stockholm Open.

Bachinger only played in Challenger Level tournaments before he qualified for the IF Stockholm Open in 2010, where he played until the second round. His most recent matches include matches in China and Greece. He made a runner-up finish in Pingguo, China where he faced off against Go Soeda in the final match. He also won a match in Loughborough, Britain, after defeating Frederik Nielsen on November 14, 2010. He followed this up with another win in April in Athens, Greece, where he defeated Dmitry Tursunov. His most recent victory in doubles was in Wolfsburg, Germany, where he and partner Simon Stadler defeated Dominik Meffert and Frederik Nielsen. He then made a runner-up finish with Benjamin Becker in Athens, Greece.

Born 2 Apr 1987
Nationality Germany Germany

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