- Age: 22 (16.08.1992)
- Birthplace: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Height: 5'7" (170 cm)
- Weight: 141 lbs (64 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2010
- Coach: Sebastian Prieto
As of 25.05.2015
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
10 Questions For Diego (Nov. 2014)
2014 -- The No. 3 Argentine (behind No. 28 L. Mayer, No. 60 Delbonis) finished in Top 100 for 1st time at No. 61 after winning 5 Challenger titles including ATP Challenger Tour Finals in Brazil at end of season (d. Clezar)...Other 4 Challenger titles came in Aix en Provence in May (d. A. Beck), Prague-2 in August (d. Ghem), Campinas in September (d. Ghem) and San Juan in October (d. Souza)...Also reached finals in Itajai (l. to Arguello) and Porto Alegre (l. to Berlocq). Also went 28-10 in doubles, winning 3 titles in 6 finals...Qualified for maiden Grand Slam tournament at Roland Garros (d. Elias in 1R, l. to Federer). Made US Open debut and lost in 1R (l. to Djokovic)...In other tour-level appearance in Kitzbühel, defeated A. Zverev in 1R (l. to Granollers)...Earned a career-high $281,023
2013 -- Qualified in first ATP tourn. in Vina del Mar, losing to eventual champ Zeballos in 1R. Also qualified in Acapulco (l. to Nadal), Bastad and Hamburg. Won 1st ATP match over Bellucci in Buenos Aires (l. to Robredo). Lost in final round of qualifying at Aust. Open and US Open. In Challengers, reached 5 finals: Tunis (l. to Ungur), Marburg (l. to Golubev), Banja Luka (l. to Bedene), San Juan (l. to Andreozzi) and Montevideo (l. to Bellucci)...
2012 -- Won maiden Challenger title in Buenos Aires (d. Rufin) and earlier in season captured 6 Futures titles in 8 finals, all in South America...
2011 -- Won Chile #14 Futures title and runner-up in 4 others, all in South America...
2010 -- Played all season on Futures level (24 tourn.) in South America, winning title at Bolivia #3 and runner-up in 4 other events...
On 15 February, partnered Lorenzi in Sao Paulo final (l. to Cabal-Farah)…It was his first ATP World Tour doubles final…On 17 February, retired due to leg cramping at 12 in third set versus Delbonis in Rio de Janeiro 1R…
Reached Buenos Aires SFs with Berlocq...
On 7 April, failed to convert two match points in the 10th game of the 64 third set loss versus de Greef in Casablanca 1R...
Beat Giraldo en route to first ATP World Tour SF in Istanbul (l. to Federer 75 in third set)...
On 12 May, retired due to a leg injury at 46 34 versus Bellucci in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome 2R...
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