Wang Yeu-tzuoo

Wang Yeu-Tzuoo

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Wang Yeu-tzuoo (), who also goes by Jimmy Wang, (born February 8, 1985 in Saudi Arabia) is a professional tennis player from Taiwan. He also goes by the nickname "Jimmy". Until the emergence of Lu Yen-Hsun, Wang was the highest ranked player from Taiwan. The right-hander stands 5 feet 10 inches and weighs 141 pounds. Wang's trademark look is his wearing a white baseball cap backwards.

Wang started playing tennis at age seven and quickly emerged as one of Asia's most highly touted junior players. Highlights of his junior career include ascending to a #3 junior world ranking and making the finals of the 2001 US Open Junior Championships as well as the finals of the 2001 Australian Open Junior Championships.

Wang turned pro that year and has improved his game and ranking year each he has been on the professional circuit. In 2005, Wang broke into the ATP Top 100 for the first time by virtue of three straight Challenger final appearances, winning a title at Istanbul, Turkey. The 21-year-old also reached the quarterfinal round of the ATP event in Bangkok, Thailand, and lost to Rafael Nadal in the 1st round in Beijing, China at the China Open. Wang made his Grand Slam debut at Wimbledon in 2004, losing to Andy Roddick in the first round. In 2006, he reached the second round, bowing out to James Blake 3 sets to 1.

Yeu-Tzuoo is a member of the Chinese Taipei Davis Cup team, compiling an impressive 17-6 record in Davis Cup action since 2001.

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