Julián Alonso
Spanish tennis player
Julián Alonso
Julián Alonso Pintor is a retired tennis player from Catalonia, Spain, who turned professional in 1996 and retired in 2001.
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Sao tennis & chuyện tình duyên tương ngộ (P2) - 24 giờ
Google News - almost 6 years
Danh sách còn kéo dài với những cái tên như Radek Stepaek, Magnus Norman, Ivo Heuberger và Julian Alonso nhưng tất cả chẳng được trọn vẹn. Tay vợt người Séc Stepaek là người đi gần tới cái đích hôn nhân nhất khi đã đính hôn nhưng cũng chẳng thể ở bên
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PLUS: TENNIS -- MALLORCA OPEN; Corretja to Face Ferrero in Final
NYTimes - over 17 years
Juan Carlos Ferrero will have to get past a fellow Spaniard to claim his first ATP tour victory. The 19-year-old Ferrero defeated the fifth-seeded Julian Alonso, 6-2, 7-6 (13-11), and will face Alex Correjta in the final of the $500,000 Mallorca Open clay-court tournament today in Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands. The second-seeded Corretja,
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PLUS: TENNIS -- MALLORCA OPEN; Three Spaniards Reach Semifinals
NYTimes - over 17 years
Fourth-seeded Dominik Hrbaty of Slovakia was the only non-Spaniard to make it to the semifinals of the $500,000 Mallorca Open clay-court tournament yesterday. He will face second-seeded Alex Corretja. The other semifinal has two unseeded players, Julian Alonso and 19-year-old Juan Carlos Ferrero. PLUS: TENNIS -- MALLORCA OPEN
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TENNIS: AUSTRALIAN OPEN; A Faulty Kournikova Advances
NYTimes - about 18 years
There is a longstanding adage in tennis that a player is only as good as his or her second serve. If that were entirely true, Anna Kournikova would not be in the third round of the Australian Open in Melbourne, Australia. After serving 23 double faults in the first round, she served 31 more today in a 1-6, 6-4, 10-8 victory over Japan's Miho Saeki
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TENNIS: No. 2 and Bothered by It; Hingis Wants to Cap Lackluster '98 by Dominating Year's Finale
NYTimes - over 18 years
The sushi platter was heaped with fish, but it was not allowed to remain a marine still life for long. After doing an appreciative double-take at the size of her portion, Martina Hingis, a predator with stalking skills that extend from tennis trophies to tuna, activated her chopsticks and went spear-fishing from a restaurant banquette on East 60th
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TENNIS; Italy Eliminates the U.S. With a Five-Set Victory
NYTimes - over 18 years
Strange things have been happening in the Davis Cup ever since it began in 1900. Patriotic pipsqueaks have scrambled past powerhouse shoo-ins, insurmountable deficits have inspired miraculous comebacks, and nationalistic fans have thrown everything but kitchen sinks at players they viewed as visiting villains. Perhaps that is why this weekend's
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TENNIS; Plan B Turns Into 2-0 Hole For U.S.
NYTimes - over 18 years
On a slow hard court that gobbled up the hosts like quicksand and became a magic carpet for the visitors, the United States Davis Cup team stumbled into a double ambush today in its semifinal against Italy. An unanticipated home-court disaster left the favorites dangling one match from elimination. ''It's very deflating,'' Tom Gullikson, the United
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TENNIS; Rusedski Uses Wit and Serve to Gain
NYTimes - over 18 years
If Greg Rusedski cannot end his miserable run in Grand Slam tournaments at the United States Open, which begins Monday, it will not be for lack of change. The bomb-serving Englishman has a new coach, a newly healed ankle and a new approach to matches. So far, so good. In the first round of the Hamlet Cup tonight, Rusedski overpowered Magnus Norman
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PLUS: TENNIS -- CARISBO; Spaniards On a Streak
NYTimes - over 18 years
Julian Alonso became the third straight Spaniard to win the $340,000 Carisbo tournament, beating Karim Alami, 6-1, 6-3, yesterday in Bologna, Italy. Alonso, ranked 39th in the world and seeded third, needed only 57 minutes to defeat Alami. The clay-court tournament was won last year by Felix Mantilla and in 1996 by Alberto Berasategui. Berasategui,
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TENNIS: ROUNDUP -- KREMLIN CUP; Kafelnikov Triumphs
NYTimes - over 19 years
Yevgeny Kafelnikov, avenging a loss before a home crowd, beat Petr Korda, 7-6 (7-2), 6-4, yesterday to capture the Kremlin Cup in Moscow and qualify for this week's season-ending ATP Tour Championship in Hanover, Germany. Kafelnikov, the top seed, lost last year's final at Moscow's indoor Olympic Stadium. ''I'm in seventh heaven,'' Kafelnikov said
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Rafter and Moya Surge Into Hamlet Cup Final
NYTimes - over 19 years
The straight-set semifinals today in the Hamlet Cup did not provide suspense, but they did show off two players on a joy ride before the United States Open. Eighth-seeded Patrick Rafter of Australia continued his uncanny run, beating sixth-seeded Thomas Enqvist of Sweden, 6-4, 6-4. And fifth-seeded Carlos Moya disposed of his fellow Spaniard Julian
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Obscure Rocket Server Dispatches Ivanisevic
NYTimes - over 19 years
A week ago, Julian Alonso of Spain lost in the first round of the G.H.I. Bronx Classic, a lower-level tournament on the Challenger circuit. Today, he shocked the No. 4 player in the world and served notice that his serve will be noticed. On a day for upsets, the 20-year-old Alonso, ranked 76th, hammered second-seeded Goran Ivanisevic of Croatia,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Julián Alonso
    THIRTIES
  • 2001
    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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  • TWENTIES
  • 1998
    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.
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  • 1997
    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.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1977
    Born in 1977.
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