Todd Reid

  • Age40
  • Born 3 June 1984
  • Birth PlaceSydney, New South Wales
  • LivesMelbourne, Victoria
  • Height180 cm
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • Pro Since2000

Todd Reid won the boys’ singles title at Wimbledon in 2002 before making the transition to seniors.

Todd started playing tennis at the age of four and by the time he was six his father, Bob, was coaching him. However, he didn’t take the sport seriously until he was 13 and invited to train at Nick Bollettieri’s Tennis Academy in Florida, where he spent almost four years.

The hard-hitting right-hander made his Davis Cup debut in 2004 against Morocco.

Injury and illness put Todd’s career on hold in 2005 before a comeback in 2008.

Todd considers his forehand to be his best shot.

Todd Reid in the news

Todd Reid dies, aged 34
MELBOURNE - MARCH 13:   Todd Reid poses for the media after being selected in the Australian Davis Cup Squad at Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia on March 13, 2003. (Photo by Mark Dadswell/Getty Images).
27 October, 2018

The tennis family is mourning the passing of Todd Reid.
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Aussie juniors lead the world
Australians (L-R) Ash Barty, Luke Saville, Nick Kyrgios, Bernard Tomic and Omar Jasika have all won junior Grand Slam titles since 2009; Getty Images
9 September, 2014

Australia's new-found domination of tennis junior Grand Slams is reward for a decade of planning and old-fashioned tough love.
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Dellacqua makes winning ATL debut
22 November, 2013

The stage was set for round 4 of the ATL at City Community Tennis. The hosting team were taking on The Stanmore Wyverns, and in the Men an all-important clash between The…
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