Sebastien Grosjean certainly made France proud over and over again for the many achievements he has made for his country in the realm of tennis. Sebastien was born on May 29, 1978 in Marseille, France. He turned professional in the year 1996 but it would be several years after before he makes a staggering impact on his career.

2001 was a busy year for Sebastien. Not only did he win the Davis Cup for France, he was also able to reach the semi-finals in the 2001 French Open. For his performance, Sebastien finished the year becoming the number one tennis player in all of France and in the top 10 internationally. This was a first for France for many years since 1993 when Cedric Pioline made the same achievements. In 2003 and 2004, Sebastien reached the finals of the Queen’s London Tournament and the semi-finals of Wimbledon.

Born 29 May 1978
Nationality France France

Grosjean has won quite a number of singles titles in his career, his fourth was during the 2007 Grand Prix de Tennis de Lyon. He won his fourth singles title playing against Marc Gicquel. In the same year, Sebastien won the doubles final playing with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

Sebastien is one of the popular players in tennis. He is known for his graceful and classic tennis skills as well as his strong forehand which happens to be his strongest shot. To date, Sebastien has four career singles titles and five doubles titles. He was able to reach the semifinals for the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon and reached the third spot in the US Open.

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