After this victory, Gaudio lost in the semifinals to José Acasuso, 3–6, 6–7. He finished the year ranked world No. He then primarily focussed on doubles.[1]. He lost in the opening round, 0–6, 3–6, to Kei Nishikori. In the Davis Cup semifinals against Russia, Gaudio was leading 5–1 in the fifth set against Yevgeny Kafelnikov and had a match point, which was overruled by umpire Jorge Dias in Kafelnikov's favour, who then went on to take the set 8–6 and the match. Gaudio also made the final of Stuttgart, again playing against fellow-Argentine Franco Squillari. The other was the Davis Cup in the semifinals against Spain in Málaga, where the two top Argentine players Guillermo Coria and David Nalbandian were unavailable due to injury. Gaudio would not reach another Grand Slam quarterfinal for the remainder of his career.[7][8]. 99. [1] He was the youngest of 3 children in his family. They lost in the quarterfinals to # 4 seed Cara Black and Wayne Black, 6–3, 6–3. 167.[11]. The year was not great though; Gaudio lost a lot of early-round matches and an astounding 12 first-round matches, never making it past the first round of a Grand Slam. [1],ón_Etlis&oldid=989152163, Tennis players at the 1996 Summer Olympics, Tennis players at the 2004 Summer Olympics, South American Games silver medalists for Argentina, South American Games bronze medalists for Argentina, Competitors at the 1990 South American Games, ITF template using Wikidata property P8618, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 17 November 2020, at 10:05. Gaudio started 2007 poorly and lost eight consecutive matches stretching back to 2006, before recording a victory over Luis Horna, who retired from the match with a strained hamstring. Gaudio started playing tennis at the age of six. At the French Open, he won his first-round match against Marc Gicquel (he lost to him the previous year) in five sets. He represented Argentina at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, United States, where he was defeated in the first round by South Africa's Wayne Ferreira. He finished the year ranked at No. Etlis competed in the doubles competition of the 2003 Australian Open; he and partner Rodriguez reached the semifinals. Gaudio's most significant title win came at the 2004 French Open, where he defeated fellow Argentine Guillermo Coria in five sets in the final. [4] He finished the year ranked No. 5 in April. In addition to this, he helped Argentina return to the World Group with a perfect 5–0 record in his singles matches, which were all played in Argentina on clay courts. Gaudio lost at the second round in Wimbledon to Irakli Labadze (a qualifier) and lost his 2006 US Open third-round match to Marc Gicquel. Gaston made an achievement at the 2020 French Open, vanquishing compatriot Maxime Janvier, Yoshihito Nishioka, and 2015 French Open boss and sixteenth-cultivated Stan Wawrinka to progress to the fourth round of the competition, where he left in five sets to World No. It was his first match played after a few days short of an entire year. The French Open's tradition of unlikely winners,ón_Gaudio&oldid=978363919, Tennis players at the 2000 Summer Olympics, Grand Slam (tennis) champions in men's singles, Articles with dead external links from January 2018, Articles with empty sections from August 2016, ITF template using Wikidata property P599, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 14 September 2020, at 13:22. Coria proceeded to win the last set 6–0, and there was allegedly a confrontation after the match in the locker room.[3]. In addition to his Challenger title, Gaudio made the semifinals in Auckland, Santiago and, in his most impressive performance of the season, the Monte Carlo Masters, where he defeated Marat Safin, Félix Mantilla, Julien Boutter, and Juan Carlos Ferrero without dropping a set, before losing to Slovakia's Dominik Hrbatý in a tough three-set match, 4–6, 7–5, 6–2. Continuing on from his successful Davis Cup debut, in 2002 Gaudio defeated Ivo Karlović in the fifth match to secure a semifinal place for Argentina. 180. Gaudio followed up his maiden title with another in Mallorca a week later. Gaudio was not able to keep up his level of play to the standards he set from mid-2004 to 2005. 17 in doubles in January 2005. There, Gaston caught his first singles significant title just as two bronze awards, with Clément Tabur in the young men's copies and with Clara Burel in the blended pairs. He lost in the fourth round of Roland Garros to David Ferrer after leading 4–0 in the fifth set and losing six consecutive games. 6 Àlex Corretja. Gaudio also won the first tournament of his career in Barcelona without dropping a set. In addition to tennis Gaudio played football and rugby as a child and chose tennis to help out his parents financially when their business ran into economic problems.[2]. He finished the year by winning in Santiago defeating Karim Alami and ranked world No. 2 in Argentine juniors in 1996 and turned professional the same year. He also reached his career-high ranking of No. Three-time defending champion Rafael Nadal defeated Novak Djokovic in the final, 6–0, 6–2, 7–5 to win the Men's Singles tennis title at the 2020 French Open. Gaudio consolidated his top-10 ranking in 2005, by winning five tournaments and his record of 42–8 on clay is second only to Nadal. Gaudio also represented Argentina in his first Olympic Games, losing to Vladimir Voltchkov of Belarus, 6–7, 6–4, 1–6, in the first round. Gaudio became the first Argentine to win a Grand Slam since Guillermo Vilas in 1979, and the first man ever to win a Grand Slam after losing the first set 6–0. In 2018, Gaston won the Boys' Doubles at the Australian Open with comrade Clément Tabur. 34. Although Gaudio had a 4–0 singles record from the first round and quarterfinals coming into the semifinals, Spain won 3–2, with Gaudio Gaudio losing both of his singles matches. In the American hard-court swing after the 2001 Australian Open, he made the quarterfinals of the Miami Masters, losing to 19th seed Jan-Michael Gambill, 6–3, 5–7, 4–6. Despite the lead, however, Hewitt fought back and won the next three sets, thus the match. He did not play another match for the remainder of the 2008 season. During the second part of the year, he started to play clay-court Challenger events in Europe to attempt to rebuild his career, but he suffered an ankle injury while playing in the Napoli Challenger. 1, Lleyton Hewitt, seeded 14th for the tournament, and won the first two sets, 6–4, 6–3. I can understand that a player gets tired and decides to rest before Paris. He received another wild card into the main draw in the Barcelona tournament, an ATP World Tour 500 event, where he won his first match on the world tour since the 2007 French Open by defeating Diego Junqueira of Argentina, 6–4, 3–6, 6–4, before losing his second-round match to Tommy Robredo, 6–7, 1–6. Etlis competed in the singles events at the 1996 Australian Open and the 1996 and 1997 French Open. Gaudio had a decent start to his 2002 campaign, making the third round of the Australian Open and the quarterfinals of Indian Wells Masters as well as the round of 16 at Miami Masters. In an interview on the Argentine program Vertigo, Gaudio revealed that he had received psychiatric treatment for clinical depression during his time away from tennis. In the final, Gaudio defeated Coria, 0–6, 3–6, 6–4, 6–1, 8–6. He beat Portuguese Frederico Gil, 6–2, 1–6, 6–3, in the final. SR=strike rate (events won/competed), Year-end championship performance timeline, "Old insult gives final edge by Linda Pearce", "Superbrat inspired French Open title miracle, says Gaudio". In the first round, he upset top-10 player and compatriot Guillermo Cañas over two days in five sets. [1] They reached the quarterfinal of the 2004 French Open, where they were defeated 6–4, 6–4 by the Belgian team of Xavier Malisse and Olivier Rochus. In 1998 he reached four ATP Challenger finals during the second half of the year and won three of them. He finished as No. 1 and US Open champion Lleyton Hewitt in the semifinals, and then dismissed Spaniard and French Open winner of the same year Albert Costa, 6–4, 6–0, 6–2, in the final. In the 2004 Olympics he competed in the doubles event with partner Martin Rodriguez, defeating Tommy Robredo and Feliciano López of Spain in the first round and losing to the eventual gold medallists Fernando González and Nicolás Massú in the second. Gaudio also qualified again for the Tennis Masters Cup, where he made the semifinals, defeating Mariano Puerta and Fernando González, but losing to Nikolay Davydenko in the round-robin stage, before losing to Roger Federer, 0–6, 0–6, in the semifinals. 3 Dominic Thiem. 34. Gaudio and Coria played in one semifinal, and Coria won the first set and Gaudio the second. Gaston likewise qualified for the ITF Junior Masters, where he arrived at the elimination rounds, losing to Tseng Chun-hsin. Granted a wild card into the main draw of the tournament, Gaudio lost to Santiago Ventura, 0–6, 3–6, in the first round. There were no titles for Gaudio in 2003, but he was involved in two controversies, the first of them involved compatriot Guillermo Coria in the Hamburg Masters. For the fourth time in his career, Nadal did not drop a set throughout the entire tournament and for the first time in French Open history, neither the men's nor women's singles champions lost a set. Gaudio won a tournament after almost four years at the Tunis Challenger. Gaudio came into the French Open ranked 44th and was unseeded for the tournament. Gaudio lost to Daniel Gimeno Traver of Spain in the first round, 2–6, 6–4, 2–6. In December 2017, Gaston won the Orange Bowl International Tennis Championship. Etlis turned professional in 1993. 48 at the end of 2001. 8). 2000 saw Gaudio establish himself on the main tour and win his only Challenger of the year in Braunschweig over countryman Franco Squillari, 6–4, 6–7, 6–4. Hugo Gaston (born on 26 September 2000) is a French tennis player. After defeating Leander Paes and David Rikl (6–3, 6–3) in the quarterfinals, they lost 3–6, 4–6 played to # 1 seed Mark Knowles and Daniel Nestor. He also made his first appearance at the Tennis Masters Cup, where he lost all 3 matches in the Round Robin stage. Gaudio had achieved his childhood dream by winning at Roland Garros. Ranked in the top 10, Gaudio started 2006 off well at the French Open, where he lost in the fourth round in four sets to Russia's Nikolay Davydenko. Gaudio made the fourth round of the French Open, losing to Juan Carlos Ferrero, 7–6, 1–6, 7–6, 2–6, 4–6, while leading 4–1 in the final set. In 2004, Etlis and Rodriguez made it to the semifinals at the 2004 Australian Open, where they were defeated 6–2, 7–5 by Michaël Llodra and Fabrice Santoro. How do you find the fire to again reach the top? As a result, Gaudio's ranking dropped to No. He lost in Belo Horizonte to Brazilian Francisco Costa, and won in Santa Cruz with a victory over Ecuadorian Luis Morejón, both in August. Gaudio learned the game at the Temperley Lawn Tennis Club, and his first coach was Roberto Carruthers. 10. From 2000, Etlis's primary doubles partner was Martin Rodriguez. 2004 started slowly for Gaudio, but he eventually reached the final in Barcelona, losing to Tommy Robredo in five sets, then posted two victories in the World Team Cup over Martin Verkerk and Lleyton Hewitt. In late 2007, Gaudio's ATP ranking had fallen to No. 34 at the beginning of the year to No. Gaudio soon went back to his winning ways, however, reaching the final of Viña del Mar, losing to bitter rival and countryman Guillermo Coria, 6–4, 5–7, 2–6. After the timeout, Coria, after breaking serve at the change of ends beat his left breast while staring at his opponent, which Gaudio took as an insult. He made 3 finals in 3 weeks: in Båstad losing to his friend Mariano Zabaleta, in Stuttgart losing to compatriot Guillermo Cañas in 5 sets, and in Kitzbühel losing to Nicolás Massú. He accomplished a vocation high positioning of No.2 the following week. Gaudio started his 2001 in poor fashion, losing his first four matches of the season to Vladimir Voltchkov, former French Open finalist Andrei Medvedev, three-time French Open winner Gustavo Kuerten, and, in his Davis Cup debut, Mexican Bruno Echagaray. Along the way, Gaudio dismantled fifth seed Russian Yevgeny Kafelnikov, 6–4, 6–1, and toughed out a three-set slugfest against future French Open winner and 12th seed Juan Carlos Ferrero, 6–0, 3–6, 6–3. His best performances for 2006 included semifinals in Acapulco and the Monte Carlo Masters. Gaudio finished the 2008 season unranked[10] as a result of not winning a single match over a period of 12 months, causing his ranking points to fall to 0 by September 22, 2008. In the first rubber against Juan Carlos Ferrero, he lost 14 games in a row in a 4–6, 0–6, 0–6 defeat. (W) Won; (F) finalist; (SF) semifinalist; (QF) quarterfinalist; (#R) rounds 4, 3, 2, 1; (RR) round-robin stage; (Q#) qualification round; (A) absent; (NH) not held. [6] He stated that his father, Norberto, who overcame a life-threatening illness, as the biggest inspiration for him. Gaudio did not play Wimbledon and returned to the tour in July. He was to face former world No. I also did so on Tuesday against the Czechs but not in the most important match of all. The right-hander won four career titles in doubles, and reached his highest ATP rankings of World No. "When I returned to Buenos Aires after playing Davis Cup in Moscow and Málaga, you had the impression it was my fault and that hurt me," he said. Because of his inability to win these early-round matches, Gaudio's ranking slipped from No. He finished the year ranked world No. Gaston, fictional character in Colette's 1944 novella Gigi; Gaston, the main antagonist in the 1991 film Beauty and the Beast and its 2017 remake; Gaston the Ladybird, a fictional character in Ben & Holly's Little Kingdom; Gaston, one of the main characters from the Alphonse and Gaston comic strip; Gaston. In February 2009, he received a wild card into the main draw for the Buenos Aires tournament, an ATP World Tour 250 event in his home country. He came back in January 2008 at a Challenger event in Miami, Florida. Gastón Norberto Gaudio (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡasˈtoŋ ˈɡawðjo];[a] born 9 December 1978) is a retired tennis player from Argentina. [1] Etlis and Rodriguez won the Valencia International Series in April 2004.[1]. Etlis split two Davis Cup matches in 1996. Amelia Hamlin wiki, bio, age, boyfriend, net worth, instagram, height, Sean Hannity wiki, bio, age, partner, net worth, salary, instagram, height, Steve Doocy wiki, bio, age, house, salary, net worth, instagram, Lou Dobbs wiki, bio, age, children, net worth, wife, salary, instagram, height, Neil Cavuto wiki, bio, age, net worth, wife, salary, instagram, height, daughter. Although he did not manage to win his first title in 2001, Gaudio had some success, making a final, a semifinal and four quarterfinals (one of them at the prestigious Miami Masters). [1] At the 2003 French Open Etlis and Rodriquez reached the quarterfinals, losing to Paul Haarhuis and Yevgeny Kafelnikov. An out-of-form Gaudio was called up along with Agustín Calleri, Mariano Zabaleta, and Lucas Arnold. Article connexe 1 Juan Carlos Ferrero in the quarterfinals of Acapulco. Etlis' greatest success in singles came in the final tournament of his singles career, reaching the semifinals of Costa do Sauípe in 2003. 114 in singles May 2000 and World No. 5 in April 2005. 40 Carlos Costa in 1995 and World No. 3, then-reigning "King of Clay", and pre-tournament favourite Guillermo Coria. He finished the year ranked No. He is of Jewish descent.[1]. 6, Coria finished No. 5 in April 2005. [5] Gaudio reached the top 10 in the ATP Entry rankings for the first time. Gaudio dropped only one more set en route to the final, as he defeated Thomas Enqvist, Igor Andreev, Lleyton Hewitt, and David Nalbandian to set up an unprecedented all-Argentine final with world No. In 2000 and 2002, he reached the third round of the French Open. 10 for the second consecutive year. [1] Etlis also competed in mixed doubles with Clarisa Fernández at Roland Garros in 2003. In October, he made the final of the Buenos Aires Challenger, losing to training partner Horacio Zeballos. Gastón Norberto Gaudio (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡasˈtoŋ ˈɡawðjo]; born 9 December 1978) is a retired tennis player from Argentina.He won eight singles titles and achieved a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. When leading in the fifth set, Gaudio said to Ferrer's coach at one point, "Don't worry; I'm not going to win today." He finished the year ranked No. Gaudio defeated world No. In an unlikely turn of events, Gaudio returned to the French Open to play in the qualifying. Hugo Gaston (born on 26 September 2000) is a French tennis player. Gaudio lost the final, 2–6, 6–3, 6–4, 4–6, 2–6, despite having beaten his opponent soundly in the Gstaad quarterfinals and in the Braunschweig finals earlier in the year (both on clay) and leading Squillari 2 sets to 1 in Stuttgart. Coria took an injury timeout for cramps. Gastón Etlis (born 4 November 1974) is a former tennis player from Argentina. Coria and I were the best team and if we were a real team this wouldn't have happened."[9]. It was also a golden age in tennis for Argentina as an unprecedented 3 Argentine players finished in top 10 (Guillermo Coria finished No. Hugo Gaston wiki, bio, age, tennis, net worth, salary, girlfriend, instagram October 05, 2020. He finished the year ranked No. 9). 138. Gaudio and Coria were at the centre of another dispute at the World Team Cup where Gaudio said, "Let's be truthful, this isn't a team, because there's someone who makes decisions choosing the best for himself. 7, David Nalbandian finished No. He won eight singles titles and achieved a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. Gaudio was awarded a wild card into the 2009 French Open, where he was beaten by Czech Radek Štěpánek in the first round, 3–6, 4–6, 1–6. Gaudio's most significant title win came at the 2004 French Open, where he defeated fellow Argentine Guillermo Coria in five sets in the final. Then he won another five-set match against Jiří Novák. Highlight victories include wins over World No. [1] Etlis and Rodriguez reached the 3rd round at the 2003 Wimbledon tournament. They were part of an all-Argentine semifinal lineup, the others being David Nalbandian and Agustín Calleri. Gaudio finished the 2009 season ranked at No. Gaudio's first notable performance was when he reached the third round at the French Open as a qualifier, so he won five matches total at the event, including coming back from two sets to love down in the second round against Bernd Karbacher to win, 6–7, 4–6, 6–3, 6–1, 6–4, then losing to world No. Gaudio only played two matches during the entire season. 24 Marc Rosset in 1997. Gaudio followed up with a conventional win against Juan Pablo Guzmán, before losing to former world No. He won in Elche with a victory over fellow Argentine Diego Hipperdinger in July. Gaudio would avenge that defeat to Coria in a hard-fought victory in the quarterfinals of Buenos Aires, which involved both players making rude gestures and insulting each other regularly. For the second consecutive year, 3 Argentines finished in the top 10 (Nalbandian finished No. In the fifth and deciding rubber against Carlos Moyà, he lost, 1–6, 4–6, 2–6, and was roundly criticized back in Argentina for these performances. [12] After a poor start in 2010, he won the San Remo Challenger, defeating countryman Martín Vassallo Argüello, 7–5, 6–0. The exact year, he was named banner carrier for France at the Youth Summer Olympics in Buenos Aires. After Roland Garros, Gaudio made the final in Gstaad and the semifinals in Kitzbühel, losing on both occasions to Àlex Corretja. Later in the month, Gaudio continued his comeback attempt at the Movistar Open in Viña del Mar, Chile. He became the fifth-lowest-ranked player to win a Grand Slam, the first man in the open era to win a Grand Slam having saved match points in the final. Gaudio won two consecutive Challengers in Nice and Espinho defeating Jacobo Díaz and Markus Hipfl, respectively. He posted an impressive victory over American Lester Cook in the first round but was taken out by Thiago Alves in straight sets in his next match. In January, Gaudio reached the quarterfinals of Iquique Challenger, where he retired without completing a single game. In December 2017, Gaston won the Orange Bowl International Tennis Championship. Gaston George pourrait être le frère du joueur de tennis Roger George où la même personne étant donné que ce dernier a joué le tournoi de Roland Garros de 1925 à 1936 sauf en 1928 année où Gaston y a joué, voir en page discussion de l'article. 73. Gastón Etlis (born 4 November 1974) is a former tennis player from … Gaudio announced his retirement from tennis on 30 August 2011,[12] although his last match played was on 2 August 2010 at the Kitzbühel Challenger where he lost in the first round, more than a year prior. 34. 21.

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