Alejandro Tabilo
Alejandro Tabilo
Alejandro Tabilo
Alejandro Tabilo
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Nickname is Jano.
    • Parents, Ricardo and Maria, own a cleaning company (both are Chilean and met while living in Toronto); brother, Sebastian.
    • Began playing tennis because he wanted to be like his brother, who played.
    • Inspired by his parents because of their support and sacrifices. Lists his father as his hero.
    • Left home at age 13 to train in Florida.
    • Speaks English and Spanish, but says that his English is better, having lived in the USA and Canada for so long.
    • Favourite shot is drop shot, surface is clay and tournament is Wimbledon.
    • Lists Rome as his favourite city on tour.
    • Idolised fellow left-hander Rafael Nadal growing up.
    • Favourite movie is Miracle, TV show is Game of Thrones and book is Open by Andre Agassi.
    • Enjoys swimming and football. Supports Everton de Vina del Mar and Alexis Sanchez.
    • Favourite actor is Leonardo DiCaprio, musician is Danny Ocean and superhero is Superman.
    • Says that his secret talent is chess.
    • Favourite food is popcorn, but guilty pleasure is ice cream.
    • Lists kindness as his best quality and being easily distracted as his worst quality.
    • Favourite school subject was gym.

    (UPDATED 22 MAY 2024)

    • Toronto-born Chilean broke into Top 100 in February 2022, achieving career-high No. 25 after defeating No. 1 Djokovic for biggest win of career en route to 1st ATP Masters 1000 SF at 2024 Rome.
    • Captured 1st ATP Tour title at 2024 Auckland as Q, becoming the 1st Chilean to win a title on hard courts since Gonzalez in 2007.
    • Earned 6 straight-set wins – including 5 over Argentines – en route to 1st ATP Tour final at 2022 Cordoba as Q.
    • Defeated countryman Garin en route to 2nd ATP Tour SF at 2022 Santiago as WC, then reached 2024 Santiago final.
    • Qualified at Australian Open in 2020 and 2022, earning 5-set win over fellow South American Galan in Grand Slam main draw debut.
    • Represented Canada throughout junior career, peaking at No. 29 in junior rankings during 2015 season.


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