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is a French professional tennis player who retired in 2006. He did not win any ATP Tour
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titles but he won a total of 7 ATP Challenger Series
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His best performance in a Grand Slam
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was at Roland Garros in 2004, when he reached the fourth round after having defeated World No.2 Andy Roddick
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in a second round match. He played his first match in over a year in the Metz International qualifying 2008. He lost to Thierry Ascione
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5–7 6–2 5–7 in a close match.