Dekel Valtzer
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Dekel Valtzer
Dekel Valtzer
Country (sports) Israel
Born (1984-10-03) 3 October 1984 (age 37)
Prize money$54,390
Highest rankingNo. 388 (24 Mar 2008)
Highest rankingNo. 331 (14 Jan 2008)

Dekel Valtzer (born 3 October 1984) is an Israeli former professional tennis player.[1]

Valtzer was the 2005 winner of the Israeli Championships, defeating Amir Weintraub in the final.[2]

In 2006 he was called into the Israel Davis Cup team for a tie against Great Britain in Eastbourne and played a dead rubber reverse singles, which he lost to Alan Mackin. It was his first time playing on grass.[3]

On the professional tour, Valtzer had a best singles ranking of 388 in the world and won two ITF Futures titles. As a doubles players he won a further six Futures tournaments, with a highest ranking of 331.

ITF Futures titles

Singles: (2)

No.    Date    Tournament Surface Opponent Score
1. Mar 2006 Israel F3, Haifa Hard Israel Ishay Hadash 6-1, 6-2
2. Jun 2007 Turkey F6, Enka (Istanbul) Hard France Ludovic Walter 6-3, 7-6(4)

Doubles: (6)

No.    Date    Tournament Surface Partner Opponents Score
1. Aug 2005 Lithuania F2 Vilnius Clay Lithuania Rolandas Mura?ka Sweden Johan Brunström
Finland Lauri Kiiski
6-3, 2-6, 6-3
2. Mar 2006 Israel F3, Haifa Hard Israel Amir Weintraub Russia Sergei Krotiouk
Israel Alexei Milner
6-1, 6-4
3. Jul 2006 Turkey F4, Istanbul Hard Israel Amir Weintraub Australia Matthew Ebden
Australia Aidan Fitzgerald
6-2, 7-5
4. Jun 2007 Turkey F4, Ankara Clay Israel Amir Weintraub Germany Alexander Satschko
Germany Marc-Andre Stratling
2-6, 6-4, 7-5
5. Jun 2007 Turkey F5, ?zmir Hard Israel Amir Weintraub Brazil Rodrigo-Antonio Grilli
Brazil Márcio Torres
6-3, 7-6(4)
6. Jun 2007 Turkey F6, Enka (Istanbul) Hard Israel Amir Weintraub Israel Guy Kubi
Israel Alexei Milner
6-0, 6-1

See also


  1. ^ Orbach, Meir (6 June 2021). ""We will either crash or become Amazon"". CTECH -
  2. ^ "? ? ". Ynet (in Hebrew). 21 December 2005.
  3. ^ "Growing from love". The Jerusalem Post. 3 August 2006.

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