Siddhesh Joshi

Hendrik Dreekmann

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
Country (sports)  Germany
Career titles  0
Weight  82 kg
Residence  Bielefeld, Germany
Name  Hendrik Dreekmann
Turned pro  1991
Prize money  $1,369,435
Role  Tennis Player
Retired  2003
Career record  97–118
Height  1.88 m

Hendrik Dreekmann ZinnowitzKarlshagen ExTennisstar zieht Fden bei
Born  29 January 1975 (age 40) Bielefeld, Germany (1975-01-29)
Plays  Right-handed (two-handed backhand)

Thomas muster hendrik dreekmann 2 r bmw open 1996 monachium

Hendrik Dreekmann (born 29 January 1975) is a former tennis player from Germany, who turned professional in 1991. He reached the quarterfinals of the 1994 French Open and the 1997 Miami Masters.


Hendrik Dreekmann Was macht eigentlich Hendrik Dreekmann Insideout Tennis

Pete sampras great shots selection against hendrik dreekmann basel 1996 final

Personal life

Hendrik Dreekmann wwwtcdreekedegrafikgeschichtehdreekmann1jpg

He is married to former long jumper Susen Tiedtke since 28 January 2005.


Hendrik Dreekmann HPIM5113JPG

As a junior, Dreekmann was the runner-up at the 1989 European Junior Championships in Sofia, and reached the semis at the 1991 Orange Bowl.

Pro tour

Dreekman's greatest result in singles was reaching the quarterfinals of the 1994 French Open, only the second grand slam he had participated in. En route he defeated Adrian Voinea, Richey Reneberg and former top tenners Carlos Costa and Aaron Krickstein. In the quarter-finals, Dreekman led Magnus Larsson two sets to love, but eventually lost in five sets.

The right-hander reached his highest individual ranking on the ATP Tour on 30 September 1996, when he became World No. 39.


Hendrik Dreekmann Wikipedia

Similar Topics
Raakh (2010 film)
Fatema Akbari
Thierry Alain Mbognou