David Nalbandian

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David Nalbandian
David Nalbandian
Nalbandian at Boodles 2011.
Full name David Pablo Nalbandian
Country (sports)  Argentina
Lives Where Unquillo, Argentina
Birthday/Birthplace (1982-01-01) 1 January 1982
Unquillo, Argentina
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Turned pro 2000
Retired 1 October 2013
Plays Right-handed (two-handed backhand)
Prize money US$11,114,755
Official website davidnalbandian.com
Singles
Career record 383–192
Career titles 11
Highest ranking No. 3 (20 March 2006)
Grand Slam Singles results
Australian Open SF (2006)
French Open SF (2004, 2006)
Wimbledon F (2002)
US Open SF (2003)
Other tournaments
Tour Finals W (2005)
Olympic Games 3R (2008)
Doubles
Career record 48–53
Career titles 0
Highest ranking No. 105 (5 October 2009)
Grand Slam Doubles results
Australian Open 1R (2003)
French Open 1R (2003)
Wimbledon 2R (2003)
Team competitions
Davis Cup F (2006, 2008, 2011)

Medal record

Pan American Games
1999 Winnipeg Singles

David Nalbandian (Unquillo, Córdoba, January 1, 1982) is a former Argentine professional tennis player, who currently serves as a rally driver.

It reached the 3rd place of the ATP ranking in March 2006, after having conquered the 2005 Masters Tournament against Roger Federer, in November of that year. He reached the semifinals of all the Grand Slam of the circuit, in addition to being the only Argentine finalist in Wimbledon, in the 2002 edition, losing the match against the Australian Lleyton Hewitt. He also won the Masters of Paris 2007 and the Masters of Madrid 2007 defeating the two best positioned players at that time, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in both competitions. He finished in the Top 10 ranking for five consecutive seasons, from 2003 to 2007, which added to many other achievements make him one of the most important Argentine tennis players in history along with Guillermo Vilas, Jose Luis Clerc, Gaston Gaudio, Juan Martín Del Potro and Guillermo Coria.

On October 1, 2013, at the age of 31, he announced his retirement from professional tennis at a press conference, his last game was against Rafael Nadal at an exhibition meeting in La Rural. In 2016 he was selected by the ATP as one of the best tennis players in history who did not win a Grand Slam title.

David Nalbandian’s Biography

David Nalbandian was born in Unquillo, Córdoba, Argentina, on January 1, 1982. From a very young age, David expressed his passion for sports and adventure, always running behind his brothers. His hours were shared playing soccer, tennis, basketball, practicing karate, riding, swimming. And also going to the mountain to enjoy the adrenaline watching the rally cars pass by. His passion for tennis began in a court in the town of Río Ceballos, near Unquillo. There, his aunt and uncle played, which impelled Javier and Darío to practice this sport, David’s older brothers, who at that time ran after them and tried to imitate them. One day they gave him a racket and he did not release her anymore. At age 12, David Nalbandian was already a great promise and he led the Argentine ranking in his category.

In his career in the Junior circuit, David had outstanding performances and positioned himself as one of the promises of world tennis. He was world champion in Japan at age 14 and won the US Open in 1998, after defeating Roger Federer in the final. In 1999 he reached the final of Roland Garros, which he lost to his compatriot Guillermo Coria. All these achievements would not have been possible without the unconditional support of his family, since both his parents, brothers and even friends worked hard to financially face the costs of participating in these tournaments.

The talent and potential that he insinuated into the courts made the greatest Argentine tennis player in history, Guillermo Vilas, notice him and invite him to a school he was developing at the time.

In April 2009, after some bad results, David feels a hip injury; the cartilage that would leave him off the courts until the end of the year. He could not recover for the 2010 Australian Open. Before his injury, he had won the Peugeot Cup for the third time. He was expected to return for the 2010 Wimbledon Championship, but he chose not to play it because he still did not feel well. He permanently maintained that his goal was to obtain the Davis Cup.

More Facts about David Nalbandian

Whole Name David Nalbandian
AKA(s) David Nalbandian, Nalbandian, David
Born/Where Unquillo, C�rdoba, Argentina
Born January 01, 1982
Astrological sign Capricorn
Work Olimpia de Oro
His/Her Height 5′ 103″ (1.8 m)

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