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Diego Perez

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  • Pronounced: pe-REZ
  • Age: 52 (09.02.1962)
  • Birthplace: Montevideo, Uruguay
  • Residence: Montevideo, Uruguay
  • Height: 5'10" (178 cm)
  • Weight: 166 lbs (75 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Turned Pro: 1981
Inactive
Uruguay

Uruguay

As of 27.10.2014
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Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

27

09.07.1984

207-229 1 $1,042,224

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

37

03.08.1987

160-189 3 $1,042,224

Singles & Doubles combined

Residence: Montevideo, Uruguay Wife, Gabriela
Singles title:
1985--(1) Bordeaux
Doubles titles: 3, as follows:
1994--(1) Umag (w/Roig)
1992--(1) Sao Paulo (w/Roig)
1981--(1) Palermo (w/Damiani)
Year-by-Year Highlights:
1989- Quarterfinalist at Forest Hills-T.O.C., Bologna, Madrid; Doubles
Finalist at Hilversum (w/Carbonell); Doubles Semifinalist at Barcelona (w/
Jaite); Doubles Quarterfinalist at Rome (w/Mattar).
1988- Quarterfinalist at Guaruja, Brasilia Ch., Itaparica; Semifinalist at
Martinique Ch.; Doubles Runner-up at Barcelona (w/Mezzadri), Guaruja
(w/Frana); Doubles Semifinalist at Bologna (w/Filippini), Boston (w/Mattar)
1987- Doubles Runner-up at Geneva (w/Bahrami), Itaparica (w/Lozano); Doubles
Semifinalist at Indianapolis (w/Witsken), Bastad (w/Navratil).
1986- Semifinalist at Toulouse; Quarterfinalist at Rome, Florence, Bologna,
Bordeaux, Barcelona, Itaparica; Doubles Runner-up at Stuttgart, Paris
Indoor (w/Bahrami).
1985- Singles & Doubles Runner-up at Buenos Aires (w/Bengoechea); Semi-
finalist at Munich, Nice, Palermo.
1984- Semifinalist at Rome; Quarterfinalist at Aix-en-Provence, Washington,
Palermo.
1983- Semifinalist at Boston, Toulouse; Quarterfinalist at Bordeaux, Venice.
1982- Semifinalist at Buenos Aires, Bordeaux; Quarterfinalist at Palermo.
Began playing professional events in 1979 and has represented his native
Uruguay in Davis Cup competition every year since '79.
The Uruguay National Champion in 1982-83.
Holds win over Boris Becker, Yannick Noah, Guillermo Vilas, Andres Gomez
Joakim Nystrom, and Kevin Curren throughout his career. Beat Vilas in the
third round and Gomez in quarterfinals at '83 Boston.
Earned a career-high $107,900 in 1986.
Compiled an 18-18 match record, earned $83,541 and ranked No. 112 on the
ATP computer in 1989, his third straight finish outside the top 100.

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