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- Age: 39 (19.05.1975)
- Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
- Weight: 165 lbs (75 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 1996
As of 20.10.2014
Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
1996 -- Made a successful ATP debut in San Marino, reaching doubles final (w/Hood), losing to countrymen Albano-Arnold...Also SF in Santiago and two Challengers...
1997 -- Won four of five Challenger doubles finals (w/Hood)...
1998 -- Finished a year-end best No. 160 in singles, highlighted by Santiago Challenger title (d. Wessels) and SF in two other Challengers...Captured second career ATP doubles title in Santiago and reached final in San Marino (both w/Hood)....Went 1-3 in Challenger finals...
1999 -- Captured singles title at Seville Challenger (d. Diaz) and SF in three other Challengers...Earned his third ATP title in Palermo (w/Hood) and compiled a 3-2 record in Challenger finals...Reached 3rd RD at Roland Garros...
2000 -- Best singles result was runner-up at Santiago Challenger (l. to Moyano)...Captured Sao Paulo-2 Challenger doubles title (w/Hood) and runner-up at Skopje Challenger (w/Petrovic)...
2001 -- Collected singles title at Brasilia-2 Challenger (d. De Chaunac)...Reached three straight ATP doubles finals to begin season, winning title in Bogota and reaching finals in Vina del Mar and Buenos Aires (w/Hood)...Also runner-up at Venice Challenger (w/Horna)...
2002 -- Won Challenger titles at Maia (w/Roitman) and Sao Paulo-3 (w/Hood) while reaching five other finals...
2003 -- Captured Argentina #5 Futures singles title (d. J. Silva)...In doubles, picked up fourth ATP title in Buenos Aires (w/Hood) and won three Challenger titles with as many partners -- Salinas (w/M. Garcia), Barletta (w/Roitman) and Braunschweig (w/Thomas)...
2004 -- Reached ATP finals in Barcelona (w/Hood) and Sopot (w/M. Garcia), both in three sets...
2005 -- The Argentine compiled his best season, finishing a year-end high No. 31 in doubles rankings...Compiled a 29-25 match record with 11 different partners and reached a career-high six ATP finals (2-4) in addition to a 3-1 mark in Challenger finals...Enjoyed most of his success with countryman Jose Acasuso as they won ATP titles in Stuttgart and Bucharest while reaching finals in Buenos Aires, Bastad and Metz...Also a finalist in Sopot (w/Arnold)...Won Challenger titles in Bermuda and Prague (w/Kerr) and closed season with title in his hometown Buenos Aires (w/Arnold)...Earned a career-high $116,481.
2010The veteran Argentine opened the season with an ATP Challenger Tour doubles title in Sao Paulo, where he partnered Brian Dabul, and one month later captured his 10th ATP World Tour doubles title with Horacio Zeballos at the Copa Telmex in Buenos Aires (d. Greul-Luczak).
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