The first stepping stone in Baghdatis’ career came in 2003 which he was crowned Junior World No.1. He became a household name over the next 16 years. His career high came between 2005 – 2016 when he retained 12 consecutive seasons in the top 100. During this time he secured 4 ATP singles titles and 1 doubles title, reaching the Australian Open final at 20 years old while ranked 54th he came face to face with World No.1 Roger Federer narrowly being defeated in a tense 4 set match.
At the young age of 14, Baghdatis made his David Cup debut. He went on to become one of the most successful Davis Cup players of the 21st Century, leading Cyprus to victory with an uninterrupted winning streak of 36 singles matches.
Retiring only recently, Marcos Baghdatis will be making his Champions Tour debut at the Royal Albert Hall.
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