Mardy Fish is a former tennis player and a hard court specialist. Mardy Fish has won 6 ATP tours and 4 Maters Series events.
On December 9, 1981, Mardy Simpson Fish was born in Edina, Minnesota, the USA. As of now, he is 40 years old. He was born to his father Tom Fish and his mother Sally Fish. And, his father is a professional tennis teacher and his mother is a homemaker.
Additionally, he has a sister named Meredith Fish. He attended Vero Beach High School, as per his education. Later on, he went to Boca Prep International School.
At Boca Prep International School, Mardy Fish started playing tennis. In 1999, he reached as high as No. 14 in the world and as a junior and he turned professional in 2002. Finally, in 2002, he earned his first title on the ATP Tour. Thus, he played doubles in the U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championships in Houston, Texas, with Andy Roddick. Moving on, he became successful to win his first ATP singles title. In the year 2003, he reached the biggest final of his career in Cincinnati.
In addition, in 2004, reached the finals at the SAP Open and in the Gerry Weber Open. After defeating his opponents, he achieved a silver. And, in the final at the 2004 Summer Olympics and later lost to Nicolás Massú. In 2015, he played only 17 matches, as he injured his left wrist. Additionally, in 2006, he manages to win the tournament.
At a Grand Slam in 2007, he made his best finish and reached the quarterfinals of the Australian Open. At Hopman Cup by partnering with Serena Williams, he began in 2008. Similarly, at the 2008 Delray Beach International Tennis Championship, he went on to make a quarterfinal. Hence, he defeated world no. 1, Roger Federer, in the semifinals.
More about career
Unfortunately, he also lost in the second round to 25th-seeded Lleyton Hewitt. Likewise, at Wimbledon, he lost in the first round to eighth-seeded Richard Gasquet. At the US Open, he also reached the quarterfinals but lost to Rafael Nadal. After partnering with Mark Knowles, he won his fifth doubles title in the Bahamas at the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships.
Therefore, he withdrew from the 2009 US Open, on August 30. In San Jose with doubles partner Sam Querrey, he won the SAP, in 2010. In the Queen’s tournament, he played against Andy Murray, on June 10.
He was also seen participating in the 2011 season at Brisbane International and in the 2011 Australian Open. At the 2011 Delray Beach International Tennis Championships, he was spotted playing the matches. losing to resurging, Additionally, at the 2011 Regions Morgan Keegan Championships he lost to Milos Raonic in three sets.
In the 2011 French Open, he reached the 3rd round but he was defeated by Gilles Simon. Likewise, he played for the first time in the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Also, he was defeated by Australian Matthew Ebden, in the 2012 Australian Open.
In the year 2013, he played Indian Well, but again he was lost to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the 3rd round. Due to his anxiety disorder, he did not play on Tour during 2014. Finally, in February 2015 at the Tennis Championship of Dallas, he made his come back. Besides that, he announced that he would retire after the US Open. At the US Open, he defeated Marco Cecchinato in the first round.
Also, he played nine seasons since 2004 by debuting in the league in World Team Tennis. Therefore, he played two seasons with the Houston Wranglers in 2005 and 2006. similarly, in 2012 and 2013, he played 2 seasons with the Sacramento Capitals. Hence, the estimated net worth of Mardy Fish is $4 million.
Mardy Fish is already married to Stacey Gardner on September 28, 2008. Thus, they married in a Jewish wedding ceremony. Later, they were blessed with children named Beckett Gardner Fish and Stella Fish.
Body measurement and Social media
Mardy Fish is very handsome and good-looking. And, he has great physics and stands 6 feet 2 inches tall or 1.88m. Similarly, his body weight consists of 82 kg. Fish has blonde hair and blue pairs of eyes. In addition, he is active on his Twitter account named @MardyFish, with 161.5k followers.