This is a little muscle tear, but it forces me to rest completely for at least two weeksTwo withdrawals from Monte Carlo Apr 09, 2003
The match was very intense, very physical, and in the end of the match I had a letdown physicallyAgassi earns quarterfinal berth Oct 31, 2002
It was a very hard game, but both of us wanted to reach the semifinals and it's always going to be hard at this stage of any competitionAgassi displays top form Oct 18, 2002
The winner will be the one who is the most motivatedGrosjean reaches quarterfinals Oct 10, 2002
We prepared very well for that clash even if I did not train for two days because of my backFrance puts U.S. in Davis Cup hole Sep 20, 2002
Infobox last updated on: January 29, 2008.
Sébastien René Grosjean (pronounced ) (born May 29, 1978, Marseille, France) is a professional tennis player from France. His career-high ATP Entry ranking is No. 4 (achieved on October 28, 2002).
Grosjean joined the professional tour in 1996. In 2003 and 2004 he reached the final of the Queen's London Tournament. In the same two years, he also reached the semi-finals of Wimbledon. He finished 2001 as the No. 1 player from his country and for the first time in the top 10 becoming the first Frenchman to finish a year in the top 10 since Cédric Pioline in 1993. In 2001, Grosjean won the Davis Cup with the French team.