Harel Levy

Harel Levy (Hebrew: הראל לוי; born August 5, 1978, in Kibbutz Nahshonim, Israel) is a retired Israeli professional male tennis player. He reached the final of the 2000 Toronto Masters and achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No. 30 (June 2001), with his best doubles ranking being World No. 71 in May 2008.

Levy, Noam Okun, and Dudi Sela have been Israel's top singles players over the last few years, and are among a number of Jewish professional tennis players.

In a career interrupted by both Israeli Army service and serious hip surgery, Levy notably scored victories over Pete Sampras, Andy Roddick, Michael Chang and Wayne Ferreira. As well as reaching the singles final of the 2000 Toronto Masters, he finished runner-up at Nottingham in 2001 and won a doubles title in Newport, Rhode Island.

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