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Julián Alonso

Tennis Player
Male
Born Aug 2, 1977

Julián Alonso Pintor is a retired tennis player from Catalonia, Spain, who turned professional in 1996 and retired five years later. Alonso was given the ATP Newcomer of the Year prize when after winning his first ATP title in Santiago defeating former World Number 1 Marcelo Ríos in the final, he finished in the top 40 in 1997.… Read More

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Timeline

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CHILDHOOD

1977 Birth Born in 1977.

TWENTIES

1997 20 Years Old Alonso was given the ATP Newcomer of the Year prize when after winning his first ATP title in Santiago defeating former World Number 1 Marcelo Ríos in the final, he finished in the top 40 in 1997.
1998 21 Years Old He reached his highest singles ATP ranking on June 15, 1998 (after winning his second and last title), when he became the World Number 30.
2001 24 Years Old After that promising start, though, his career is considered quite disappointing; he only won one more title (Bologna, 1998) and retired in 2001 after one and a half years playing only challengers.
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