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Alberto Mancini

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Alberto Mancini
  • Pronounced: man-SEEN-ee
  • Age: 45 (20.05.1969)
  • Birthplace: Misiones, Argentina
  • Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
  • Weight: 174 lbs (79 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Turned Pro: 1987
Inactive
Argentina

Argentina

As of 28.07.2014
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Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

8

09.10.1989

148-125 3 $1,543,120

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

79

07.08.1989

34-32 4 $1,543,120

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina Single
Singles titles: 3, as follows: Doubles titles: 4, as follows:
1989--(2) Monte Carlo, Rome 1990--(1) Nice (w/Noah)
1988--(1) Bologna 1989--(2) Boston, Geneva (w/Gomez)
1988--(1) St. Vincent (w/Miniussi)
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1991- Runner-up at Rome, Bastad.
1989- Quarterfinalist at Nice, Munich, French Open, Palermo; Semifinalist at
Barcelona; RD 16 at Key Biscayne (d. Wilander), U.S. Open; Doubles Quarter-
finalist at Stuttgart (w/Gomez).
1988- Winner at Sao Paulo-1 Ch., Lisbon Ch.; Semifinalist at Madrid, St. Vin-
cent, Buenos Aires; Quarterfinalist at Florence, Hilversum, Kitzbuhel, Bari
Itaparica; Doubles Runner-up at Munich, Palermo (w/Miniussi), Sao Paulo-1
Ch. (w/Luza); Doubles Semifinalist at Bari (w/Miniussi).
1987- Runner-up at Santiago Ch.; Semifinalist at Messina Ch.
Made a successful Grand Prix final debut by defeating No. 2 seed Emilio
Sanchez at Bologna. Won his first Grand Prix doubles title at St. Vincent
with Christian Miniussi.
Reached the quarterfinals or better in nine NGP tournaments in 1988.
Coached by Francisco Mastelli.
Compiled an impressive 36-17 match record in 1989, moving from 49 to No.
9 on the year-end ATP computer. Earned a career-high $510,430.
Defeated Mats Wilander (SF) and Boris Becker (F) in succession to win
his first major title on Apr. 30, 1989 at Monte Carlo. Three weeks later he
followed up by winning the Italian Open in Rome. He saved a fourth-set match
point before rallying to win in the fifth set.
His prize money winnings of $122,900 at Monte Carlo and $179,200 at Rome
account for 65 percent of his career prize money as of May 22, 1989.
His great grandfather was born in southern Italy. He has been contacted
by Italian tennis officials as a Davis Cup prospect since he won his first
Grand Prix title at Bologna in June 1988.

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