Mexico Born Tennis Players
Wednesday, 06 April 2011 09:16Tennis is becoming more and more of an international sport and many of the players that play professionally come from all over the world. This page will give you an inside look at nine tennis players who were born in Mexico and how they are competing now in the professional world of tennis. The players vary in age, gender and ranking.
Born in Mexico City, Mexico and currently holds a 5-9 singles record while compiling a 7-14 doubles record. He has been on the ATP World Tour since 2000. His highest ranking in singles action came at No. 156 on June 18, 2001, while his highest ranking in doubles play was at No. 162 on June 7, 2004.
Miguel was born in Mexico and is 29 years old. He currently holds an overall 14-13 match record on the ATP World Tour and Grand Slam. Valles is even at 63-63 in ATP Challenger tour overall matches and has posted 314 overall match wins in the ITF Futures.
Gonzalez is currently ranked No. 231 in the ATP World Tour singles rankings. He was born in Cordoba, Mexico and turned professional in 2001. Gonzalez claimed a doubles career title in 2010 on the outdoor clay courts in Belgrade.
Hernandez is currently inactive, but joined the ATP World Tour in 1995 and is from Tijuana, Mexico. He is 33 years old. His highest ranking came in 2007 at No. 125 and he has a career record of 33-40.
Ramirez is 21 years old and was born in Mexico. He is currently ranked at No. 483 in the singles rankings on ATP World Tour. Ramirez holds a 5-5 overall singles match record and has posted a 4-3 record on clay courts while marking a 5-4 record on the outdoor court.
Rodriguez hails from Mexico and is ranked No. 536 in the ATP World Tour rankings. He currently resides in Querataro, Mexico. Rodriquez is 24 years old.
- On the women's side:
Granillo is a native of Hidalgo, Mexico and is a member on the International Tennis Federation Circuit and WTA. She is ranked No. 983 in singles rankings. Her last scheduled event was on June 28, 2010 and she went 2-1 in singles play in Spain.
Gallegos is a 27-year-old tennis player who hails from Durango, Mexico. She competes on the WTA tour. Her best ranking came in 2007 when she ranked No. 377 in singles play. In 2009 she ranked No. 301 in doubles action. She currently resides in Cuernavaca, Mexico.
Sandoval is a native of Mexico and is 27 years old. She currently competes on the WTA tour. In 2008 she posted a 12-19 record but only competed in six total matches between 2009 and 2011.
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