Diego Schwartzman
Diego Schwartzman
Diego Schwartzman
Diego Schwartzman
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Nickname is Peque.
    • Began playing tennis at age 7.
    • Named and baptised in honour of legendary Argentinefootball player Diego Maradona, who passed away in 2020.
    • Father, Ricardo; mother, Silvana; brothers, Andres and Matias; sister, Natali.
    • Family owns a clothing company and helped him sell rubber bracelets with logos of popular football teams to help pay for travel expenses.
    • Started travelling alone to international tournaments at age 13.
    • At age 15, practised with former World No. 10 Juan Monaco and Maximo Gonzalez, who served as his mentors.
    • Favourite surface is clay, shot is backhand and tournament is Buenos Aires.
    • Idols growing up were Rafael Nadal and football player Juan Roman Riquelme.
    • Routine before a match is to warm-up, eat a long meal, listen to music and relax.
    • Enjoys playing football, watching Boca Juniors, listening to reggaeton music and eating Argentinean BBQ with friends.
    • During COVID-19 pandemic, enjoyed cooking, playing with his dogs and watching TVon his sofa.
    • Also during COVID-19 pandemic, teamed with Argentine football player Paulo Dybala and organised FIFA 20 celebrity tournament to raise money forRed Cross Argentina.
    • Favourite movie is Gladiator and musicianis La Vela Puerca, a Uruguayan rock band.
    • Says that his biggest weakness is sweets (chocolate), best quality is perseverance and worst quality is annoyance.

    (UPDATED 21 AUGUST2023)

    • More than 2 years after rising to No. 11, broke into Top 10 at career-high No. 8 in 2020 and qualified for Nitto ATP Finals.
    • Finished in Top 20 from 2018-2021 with year-end best No. 9 in 2020 and wona personal-best 40 matches in 2019.
    • Advanced to Grand Slam QF-or-better on 5 occasions, highlighted by win over No. 3 Thiem in 5:08 to reach 2020 Roland Garros SF (l. to Nadal).
    • Earned biggest win of career over No. 2 Nadal en route to 1st ATP Masters 1000 final at 2020 Rome, having entered 0-9 vs. Nadal and 0-22 vs. Top 5.
    • Shortest Top-8 player at 1.70m (5’7”) since Solomon in 1981 at 1.68m (5’6”), Grand Slam semi-finalist since Solomon at 1980 Roland Garros, and ATP Masters 1000 finalist in series history (since 1990).
    • Snapped 5-match losing streak with 5 straight wins at 2016 Istanbul, rallying from a set and 5-2 down vs. Dimitrov to capture 1st of 4 ATP Tour titles in 1st of 14 finals.
    • Dropped out of Top 50 on 24 April 2023 at No. 72 for 1st time since 20 February 2017 and out of Top 100 on 12 June 2023 for 2 weeks for 1st time since 14 July 2014 and to No. 116 on 21 August, his lowest since 5 May 2014 at No. 126.


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