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Ross Hutchins was born on 22 February, 1985 in Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom, is a British tennis player. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Ross Hutchins’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

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Born 22 February 1985
Birthday 22 February
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2014

In March 2014, he became the tournament director of the Aegon Championships.

In September 2014, Hutchins left his role as tournament director to take up a new position as the ATP’s vice-president of player relations.

2013

Hutchins made his Davis Cup debut for Great Britain in the World Group first round match against Argentina. Hutchins and Jamie Murray played in and lost the doubles match, Great Britain eventually losing 4–1. This was Great Britain’s first World Group match since 2003, and now faced a relegation play-off with Austria.

In March, Hutchins was selected for Great Britain’s Davis Cup team for their Europe/Africa Zone Group I match against Ukraine in Renfrewshire. Hutchins and Colin Fleming lost a tightly-contested match to Sergiy Stakhovsky and Sergei Bubka, Ukraine winning 6–4, 3–6, 6–3, 5–7, 6–4 to give Ukraine an unassailable 3–0 lead.

In September, Hutchins was called to the Great British Davis Cup squad for the Europe/Africa Zone Group I play-offs in Liverpool. Hutchins’ partner Andy Murray was hampered by a wrist injury which forced Hutchins to play out of position, and they lost 7–5, 3–6, 6–3, 6–2 to Marcin Matkowski and Mariusz Fyrstenberg. Great Britain lost 3–2, and was relegated to the third tier of the Davis Cup.

At Wimbledon, Hutchins and Fleming both had their best performances at a Grand Slam event in doubles, defeating 7th seeds Mariusz Fyrstenberg and Marcin Matkowski in the first round. Hutchins and Fleming won their first-ever five-set match together over Dmitry Tursunov and Grigor Dimitrov in the second round, on the way to the quarter-finals, where the pair lost a very tight five set thriller to Christopher Kas and Alexander Peya 4–6, 4–6, 7–6, 6–2, 4–6. They were the first British pair to reach the quarter-finals of the men’s doubles tournament at Wimbledon since 1993. It was announced on the morning of the quarter-finals that Fleming had been picked alongside Jamie Murray for the doubles rubber for Britain’s Davis Cup tie against Luxembourg in two weekends’ time, leaving Hutchins on the sidelines. Fleming said “I think the team was picked before we went on a run to the quarters here.”

Just before Great Britain’s match against Luxembourg, Fleming had a slight niggle in his foot so he was replaced by Dan Evans as the back-up player. In the event, it was James Ward, Andy Murray and Jamie Murray who played, with Great Britain winning 4–1.

Then in September, at the Davis Cup, Hutchins/Fleming helped Great Britain win their promotion tie 5–0 against Hungary to advance to Group I.

Hutchins/Fleming later reached the semi finals of the Open de Moselle in Metz but lost to second seeds Lukáš Dlouhý and Marcelo Melo in three sets. But a few weeks later he did win his first ATP title of the year and his third career title with Colin Fleming at the St. Petersburg Open. They defeated Michail Elgin and Alexander Kudryavtsev in three sets 6–3, 6–7(5–7), [10–8]. This was Hutchins’ first ATP title with Fleming.

In February, Hutchins and Fleming were called for the Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I tie against Slovakia. James Ward’s loss and Dan Evans’ win put the tie at 1–1 on the first day, then Fleming and Hutchins beat Michal Mertiňák and Filip Polášek 6–3 7–6 0–6 6–3. With Dan Evans winning his second match, Great Britain eventually won 3–2, making a fifth consecutive Davis Cup win under captain Leon Smith.

In April, Hutchins and Fleming were selected for the Davis Cup Europe/Africa Zone Group I tie against Belgium. After Josh Goodall and Dan Evans lost on the first day, Fleming and Hutchins made it three straight victories in the competition by beating Ruben Bemelmans and David Goffin 4–6, 7–5, 6–3, 6–4. Great Britain were eventually beaten 4–1, ending Leon Smith’s 5 match winning run as Davis Cup Captain.

In mid-June, after being out of action for a while with an ankle injury, Hutchins won his second title of the year and his first on home soil, again partnering Colin Fleming, at the Aegon International, defeating fellow Brits and good friends Jamie Delgado and Ken Skupski 6–4, 6–3. This was Hutchins’ third title with Fleming.

However, they had a disappointing run at Wimbledon going out in the first round in five sets, even though they took the first two 6–3, 6–4, 2–6, 6–7, 3–6 to Mikhail Kukushkin and Lukáš Rosol. Hutchins did however have a better run in the mixed doubles event, making it into the second round partnering Heather Watson, losing in three sets to third seeds Nenad Zimonjić and Katarina Srebotnik 7–5, 4–6, 4–6.

In their first tournament after Wimbledon, Hutchins and Fleming competed at the Campbell’s Hall of Fame Tennis Championships. They reached the final but were defeated by Santiago González and Scott Lipsky in straight sets 6–7, 3–6.

At the last Major of the season, Hutchins and Fleming made it to the third round of the US Open before being beaten by brothers and home favorites Ryan Harrison and Christian Harrison in straight sets 3–6, 4–6.

After a poor run at the St. Petersburg Open, Hutchins and Fleming next headed off to Asia. They made the final in their first tournament at the Malaysia Open, this being their fourth final of the season. After a bright start they lost the final in three sets 7–5, 5–7, [7–10] to Alexander Peya and Bruno Soares.

In April, Hutchins provided match analysis for the Davis Cup tie versus Russia. James Ward and Dan Evans lost their opening singles matches, but the GB doubles pairing of Colin Fleming and Jonny Marray reduced the deficit a day later, before James Ward levelled the tie at 2–2 after beating Dmitri Tursunov in five sets. Evans completed an unlikely comeback, defeating world no. 80 Evgeny Donskoy comprehensively in straight sets, thus securing what was described as a “famous victory”. The last time Great Britain had come from 2–0 down to win a Davis Cup tie was 83 years ago against Germany, Consequently, Great Britain won a place in the 16-team World Group play-offs in September.

Hutchins and Andy Murray arranged a charity tennis event ‘Rally Against Cancer’, which included the participation of Andy Murray and Tim Henman, Ivan Lendl, Tomáš Berdych, Richard Branson, actor Eddie Redmayne, comedians Michael McIntyre and Jimmy Carr, Jonathan Ross, and Mayor of London Boris Johnson. It took place at the Queen’s Club immediately after the 2013 Aegon Championships to raise money for the Royal Marsden. Hutchins revealed in July 2013 that his cancer was now in remission.

In December, Hutchins made his debut at the Statoil Masters Tennis, held at the Royal Albert Hall, teaming up with Jamie Murray in the doubles. Hutchins and Jamie Murray beat Sergi Bruguera and Xavier Malisse 6–4,2–6,10–8. Tim Henman and Andy Roddick beat Hutchins and Jaime Murray 8–6.

2012

Hutchins was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in late 2012, which was treated and went into remission by July 2013. At the point of his diagnosis he was the British No. 3 and ranked No. 28 in the world in doubles; however, after missing the entire 2013 season, Hutchins dropped out of the ATP singles rankings. Hutchins returned to action for the start of the 2014 season.

In his first grand slam for the 2012 season Hutchins and partner Colin Fleming reached the third round of the Australian Open for the first time, only to lose to top seeds The Bryan brothers 4–6, 6–0, 2–6.

Hutchins won his second title with Fleming and his first for the 2012 season at the 2012 Delray Beach International Tennis Championships defeating Michal Mertiňák and André Sá 2–6, 7–6, [15–13], a result which elevated his doubles ranking to a career high of world No.27.

Having lost in the semi finals at the BB&T Atlanta Open Hutchins next competed at the London 2012 Summer Olympics in the doubles event alongside doubles partner Colin Fleming. They then lost in the first round to France (Benneteau & Gasquet) in straight sets 5–7, 3–6.

Ross Hutchins was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in December 2012, and took an indefinite break from tennis while he recovered. His friend Andy Murray dedicated his victory at the 2013 Brisbane International to Hutchins. Hutchins underwent chemotherapy treatment at the Royal Marsden Hospital in Sutton, which ended in June 2013.

2011

A succession of 1st round exits followed with Kerr and Hutchins’ also teamed up with his friend and Davis Cup teammate Andy Murray. They lost in the 1st round at Indian Wells, but won their first match in 11 months as a partnership at the Monte-Carlo Masters beating Cermak and Martinak before losing to the Bryan brothers on a champions tie break.

His final tournament of the year was at the Paris Masters partnering Andy Murray, they lost in the second round in straight sets to Oliver Marach and Alexander Peya. Hutchins’ 2011 year-end ranking was No.43 in the world.

2010

2010 saw Jordan Kerr become Hutchins’ partner full-time. The season started brightly after a 1st round exit in Brisbane, they made it to the final in Sydney losing to Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjić. They went out in the first round of the Australian Open, before making their second final of the year in Memphis. This time losing to John Isner and Sam Querrey.

2009

In 2009, Hutchins switched to singles for the first time, playing in the qualifying tournament in the new ATP tour event in Johannesburg. He beat Denys Molchanov in the final round 7–5 6–1 to be the first British player to qualify for an ATP event since James Ward qualified for the Artois Championships in June 2008. He should get a new singles ranking of around 1200 after qualifying.

He concentrated on doubles, however, and with his ranking now in the top 50 competed regularly with Stephen Huss in Masters tournaments. A good start to the season saw the pair reach three quarter-finals at these top level tournaments, and Hutchins reached a career peak ranking of number 33 in May 2009.

Two first round losses with Tecau and one with Kerr followed before dropping down and making the semis of a challenger event with Tecau before losing in the first round of another challenger, Hutchins last tournament of 2009.

2007

2007 saw Hutchins winning more futures tournaments. His most successful moment again came in Nottingham, this time reaching his first ATP Tour final, again with Goodall. On the way they beat top seeds Jonathan Erlich and Andy Ram. By the end of the year, Hutchins had broken into the world top 100 doubles ranking, having chosen to focus on the discipline.

2006

Hutchins success as a doubles player on the futures circuit continued, and he returned more successfully to the 2006 edition of Wimbledon with regular partner Joshua Goodall. The pair reached the second round, having defeated Christophe Rochus and Stanislas Wawrinka in round one.

2005

In February 2005 he achieved his first professional tournament victory in the Delmont futures doubles tournament in Switzerland with Henry Adjei-Darko, with further futures doubles victories following. He made his Grand Slam debut at the 2005 Wimbledon Men’s Doubles, partnering Martin Lee, though the pair lost to Jean-François Bachelot and Arnaud Clément. His first singles final came in a futures tournament in Montreal the subsequent November.

2004

In 2004, he lost consciousness and collapsed due to hydration problems after practicing hard in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Hutchins was hospitalised 20 times which was one of the reasons he gave up singles and turned to less tiring doubles in 2007.

2003

Hutchins first started playing in futures and qualifying tournaments in the UK in 2003 and internationally in 2004.

2002

Having turned professional in 2002, he enjoyed success on the Challenger circuit and broke through to the ATP Tour in late 2007. He reached thirteen ATP Tour doubles finals in his career winning five of them, Beijing, Montpellier, St Petersburg, Delray Beach, and Eastbourne. In 2011 he had his best doubles Grand slam season reaching the quarter-finals of Wimbledon and then two months later equalling it at the US Open. Hutchins was one of Britain’s highest ranked doubles players, alongside Jamie Murray, Colin Fleming and Ken Skupski.

2001

Hutchins was born in Wimbledon and attended the King’s College School in Wimbledon. He left the school with seven GCSEs in 2001 to pursue tennis career and to study French and Spanish courses. He played a lot on indoor carpet courts at the All England Club after finishing homework. He also excelled in playing cricket, rugby, basketball, swimming and football at the school. He also enjoys playing golf and has a handicap of 12 and is an avid Fulham Football Club fan. In 2001 he won the doubles title at British National Championships with James Smith before turning professional in 2002.

1985

Ross Dan Hutchins (born 22 February 1985) is a retired British professional tennis player, known best as a doubles player, who achieved a highest doubles ranking of 26. He competed for England at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi where he won silver partnering Ken Skupski in the Men’s Doubles event.

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