Todd Reid was born on June 3, 1984, and died on October 23, 2018.
He was an Australian professional tennis player.
Reid excelled as a junior and peaked in the Men’s Tour in September 2004, reaching a career-high singles ranking of world No. 105.
As a lesser tennis player, Reid achieved a few finals on the Australian Junior schedule and in 2002, he won the Wimbledon Boys’ Singles title, crushing any semblance of Steve Darcis and Frank Dancevic on his approach to triumph.
He assembled a win/misfortune record of 87– 43 in singles (97– 40 in duplicates) and came to as high as No. 2 in the lesser singles world rankings in 2002 (and No. 4 in copies).
He started playing Futures competitions in 2001 and won his first Futures competition in 2002 in New Zealand.
Reid started playing Challenger competitions after his lady Futures triumph, with his positioning achieving new statures he made the cut for the qualifying competition in Nottingham and played his first ATP coordinate against Greg Rusedski subsequent to qualifying.
Reid’s 2004 Australian summer was the greatest feature of his expert profession where he achieved the last of a challenger in New Caledonia (losing to Guillermo Cañas in the last), 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 spewing to haul out a five set triumph on the Vodafone Arena
In May 2005, Reid, because of wounds, quit the tennis visit as a full-time member. He played two Futures occasions in Victoria, Australia in mid-2006, yet did not progress past the second round. He played no occasions in 2007.
The next year Reid played one Futures occasion in April in Spain and achieved the last. He at that point played one occasion in Australia in September, losing in the first round, and another in December, losing through retirement in the semi-finals.
In the Spring of 2009, Reid played three occasions, resigning from matches because of damage in every occasion.
Reid’s vocation high duplicates positioning was World No. 305, which he accomplished in February 2003. He won $301,844 amid his profession.
Reid was discovered dead on October 23, 2018.
No reason for death has of yet been declared.
Todd Reid passed away at 34 years old