Treat Huey is a professional tennis player living in the United States. He has represented both the United States and the Philippines professionally. He has won gold medals at the Southeast Asian Games. Once in 2009 and again in 2011 and 2015. He achieved a career-high doubles ranking of No.18. He achieved this in July 2016.
Player Profile and Personal Life
Huey was born Treat Conrad Huey on August 28, 1985. His hometown is Washington, DC. He currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia. He stands 178 cm and his last listed weight is 82 kg. He has a left-handed swing and he has a two-handed backhand. He is coached by Milo Johnson and Othmane Garman.
He started playing tennis at age 7. He speaks English, French, and Tagalog. His idols growing up include Andre Agassi and Michael Jordan. In addition to tennis, he enjoys playing golf and basketball. He is a fan of the Washington Redskins.
Huey turned pro in 2008. Starting in 2009, he has represented the Philippines at the Southeast Asian Games. He won gold in 2008, 2011, and 2015. He started getting good Grand Slam doubles finishes starting in 2012 when he made it to the 3R of the French Open. A year later, he made it to the Quarter Finals of the US Open.
Other notable grand slam finishes include a Semi-Finals finish at Wimbledon in 2016. He also made it to the semi-finals of the Australian Open Mixed Doubles in 2016.
- Career Record: 9–7
- Highest Ranking: No. 689 (November30, 2009)
- Career Record: 183–160
- Career Titles: 8
- Highest Ranking: No. 18 (11 July2016)
Notable Grand Slam Doubles Performances
- Australian Open: QF (2014, 2016)
- French Open: 3R (2012, 2013, 2016)
- Wimbledon: SF (2016)
- US Open: QF (2013)
Other Doubles Tournaments
Tour Finals: RR (2016)
Notable Grand Slam Mixed Doubles Performances
- Australian Open: SF (2016)
- French Open: 1R (2013, 2014, 2016, 2017)
- Wimbledon: 2R (2013, 2016)
- US Open: 2R (2013)
Southeast Asian Games Medal Record
- Gold - 2009 Vientiane - Men’s Team
- Gold - 2011 Indonesia - Mixed Doubles
- Gold - 2015 Singapore - Mixed Doubles
- Silver - 2009 Vientiane - Men’s Singles
- Silver - 2009 Vientiane - Men’s Doubles
- Silver - 2011 Indonesia - Men’s Doubles
- Silver - 2011 Indonesia - Men’s Team
- Silver - 2019 Manila - Men’s Doubles
- Bronze - 2009 Vientiane - Mixed Doubles
- Bronze - 2015 Singapore - Men’s Team
- Bronze - 2015 Singapore - Men’s Doubles