3 June 1984 |
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Retired||2009 (only played part-time after 2005 due to injuries)|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
|Career record||14–22 (Grand Slam, ATP Tour level, and Davis Cup)|
0 Challengers, 6 Futures
|Highest ranking||No. 105 (20 September 2004)|
|Grand Slam Singles results|
|Australian Open||3R (2004)|
|French Open||1R (2004)|
|Career record||2–7 (Grand Slam, ATP Tour level, and Davis Cup)|
|Highest ranking||No. 305 (10 February 2003)|
|Last updated on: 30 August 2012.|
As a junior tennis player Todd Reid reached several finals on the Australian Junior calendar and in 2002, he won the Wimbledon Boys' Singles title, defeating the likes of Steve Darcis and Frank Dancevic on his way to victory.
Reid compiled a win/loss record of 87–43 in singles (97–40 in doubles) and reached as high as No. 2 in the junior singles world rankings in 2002 (and No. 4 in doubles).
|Junior Grand Slam Tournaments|
Todd began playing future tournaments in 2001 and won his first future tournament in 2002 in New Zealand. He began playing challenger tournaments after his maiden future victory, with his ranking reaching new heights he made the cut for the qualifying tournament in Nottingham and played his first ATP match against Greg Rusedski after qualifying. Todd Reid's 2004 Australian summer was the biggest highlight of his professional career where he reached the final of a challenger in New Caledonia (losing to Guillermo Cañas in the final), made the quarterfinal in Adelaide and Sydney and made the third round of the Australian Open in which he played Sargis Sargsian in the second round, playing through cramping and vomiting to pull out a five set victory on the Vodafone Arena.
In May 2005 Reid, due to injuries, quit the tennis tour as a full-time participant. He did play two Futures events in Victoria, Australia in early 2006, but did not advance beyond the second round. He played no events in 2007. The following year Reid played one Futures event in April in Spain and reached the final. He then played one event in Australia in September, losing in the first round, and another in December, losing through retirement in the semi-finals. In the (Australian) Spring of 2009, Reid played three events, retiring from matches due to injury in each event.
Reid's career-high doubles ranking was World No. 305, which he achieved in February 2003. He won $301,844 in his career.
- Todd Reid at the Association of Tennis Professionals
- Todd Reid at the Davis Cup
- Tennis Australia profile