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- Age: 29 (23.04.1986)
- Birthplace: Rosario, Argentina
- Residence: Rosario, Argentina
- Height: 6' (183 cm)
- Weight: 182 lbs (83 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2005
- Coach: Roberto Alvarez
As of 20.04.2015
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Full name is Eduardo Jonatan Schwank...Began playing at age four...Father, Rolando, is deceased...Mother, Marta and has three older brothers, Leonardo, Gerardo and Edoardo...Big fan of Boca Juniors soccer team...Enjoyed an outstanding junior career in 2004, finishing as No. 2 player in world (behind Gael Monfils) and winning five titles in six finals...Biggest title was Banana Bowl in Brazil (d. Pablo Andujar)...Considers clay his best surface and forehand as best shot...Biggest moment in his career thus far is reaching 3rd RD at Roland Garros in 2008 (d. former champ Moya in five sets in 1st RD)...Coached by Cristian Amsler, who was his first-ever tennis coach.
2011 -- With Cabal, the Argentine reached his first Grand Slam doubles final at Roland Garros in June...The duo beat the Bryans 76(4) 63 in the SFs before losing to Mirnyi-Nestor 76(3) 36 64 in the title match...In singles play, compiled a 4-5 record through March, highlighted by an Australian Open 2nd RD exit (d. L. Mayer; l. to Garcia-Lopez)...Reached two ATP Challenger Tour singles finals at Rome-2 (l. to Bolelli) and Cali (l. to Falla)...Was 1-2 in doubles finals...
2010 -- The Argentine finished in Top 75 for second time in three years…Broke Top 50 for first time at No. 48 on June 7…His best ATP World Tour results were QFs on clay in Santiago, Acapulco (l. to Gonzalez) and Barcelona (d. Hewitt, l. to Soderling)…Began season with a final at Sao Paulo Challenger and followed with title at Bucaramanga Challenger…Reached 2nd round at US Open (l. Clement), his lone Grand Slam match win of year…A member of winning ATP World Team Championship in Düsseldorf…In doubles, won first ATP World Tour title in Stuttgart (w/Berlocq)…Went 12-11 on clay and 2-11on hard courts…Earned a career-high $549,531.
2009 -- The Argentine went 3-14 in ATP play, picking up $176,417 in prize money…Advanced to Costa do Sauipe QFs (l. to Acasuso)…In ATP Challenger play, won two titles at Santiago-2 (d. Massu) and Lima (d. Aguilar)…runner-up at Belo Horizonte final (l. to J. Silva)…Went 2-5 in ATP doubles play, earning $21,726 in prize money…Won two Challenger titles from three finals…
2008 -- The Argentine was one of most improved players on ATP circuit, climbing 117 ranking positions from previous season...Won a personal-best 15 ATP level matches and advanced to his first ATP SF during year...In first half of season, compiled his best results in Challenger play, winning three titles in four finals and putting together a 25-5 record...In February, qualified and reached his first ATP QF in Costa do Sauipe (d. Andreev, l. to Lapentti)...In late April-early May, won three straight Challenger titles, in Cremona (d. Phau), Rome (d. Prodon) and Bordeaux (d. Kunitsyn)...Qualified into his first Grand Slam at Roland Garros and reached 3rd RD, defeating '98 champion Moya in five-set opening round and Granollers before losing to Mathieu in four sets...On grass, won his first match in Nottingham (d. Nielsen, l. to Seppi) and fell to Roddick in Wimbledon opener...In July, returned to clay and reached SF in Stuttgart, losing to countryman and eventual champion del Potro...Followed with QF in Kitzbnhel (l. to Starace)...During indoor circuit, reached QF in Metz (l. to Stepanek)...Compiled marks of 10-7 on clay, 4-6 on hard and 1-2 on grass...Earned a career-high $349,219.
2007 -- Continued his dominance in Futures events, winning three more in Argentina in April and May; Posted a 22-10 record in Challenger tournaments, including a 1-2 record in finals, winning at Medellin in October with his first Top 100 win over No. 92 Chris Guccione...In August, reached back-to-back finals in Belo Horizonte (l. to Dabul) and Manta (l. to Soeda)...Qualified in his first ATP tournament in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Portas).
2006 -- A breakout year by posting a 6-0 record in Futures finals (four in Argentina and two in Bolivia)...Won four in a row from August thru September; Made one of biggest jumps during year, going from No. 976 previous year to No. 294.
2005 -- SF in Santiago Futures event (l. to del Potro) in April and QF in Buenos Aires Futures event later that month.
2004 -- Posted 1-4 Futures record.
2003 -- Won first pro match in Argentina Futures event in August (d. Galdon) before losing to Monaco.
Reached Buenos Aires SFs (w/M. Gonzalez), losing to Cuevas-Zeballos…
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