Jamie Delgado
Jamie Delgado
Jamie Delgado
Jamie Delgado
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  • Jamie Delgado was brought up in Tenerife and moved to England aged 10. He had a promising junior career that included winning the 1989 under-12 British grass-court championships, he was the first Briton to win the 1991 under-14 Orange Bowl (d. Cavallaro) and he also captured the 1994 Queen�s Club junior tournament (d. N. Lapentti). He was a member of the David Lloyd Slater Squad, set up by financier Jim Slater and former pro David Lloyd. He turned professional in 1995 aged 18. He has qualified as a singles player for Wimbledon on three occasions (1999, 2004-05) and received a further six wild cards in 1997, 2000-03, 2006. He has reached the second round in 1999 (l. to Grosjean), 2001 (l. to Agassi) and 2006 (l. to Grosjean). Birmingham-born Delgado has won three ATP Challenger Tour singles titles at 1999-Gramado (d. Veronelli), 1999-Belo Horizonte (d. Melo) and 2001-Bristol (d. Peya) from six finals � also 1999-Lucknow 2 (l. to Paes); 2001-Perth (l. to Mazarakis) and Manchester (l. to Bachelot). In doubles, Delgado has won 16 ATP Challenger Tour team titles at 2002-Bronx (w/ Parmar), 2005-Aachen (w/ Auckland), 2006-Como (w/ J. Murray), 2007-Zagreb (w/ Auckland) 2007-Sao Paulo 1 (w/ Soares), 2009-Trani (w/ J. Murray), 2009-Turin (w/ J. Murray), 2009-Ljubljana (w/ J. Murray), 2010-Belgrade (w/ Bozoljac), 2010-Recanati (w/ Zovko), 2010-Heilbronn (w / Marray), 2011-Sarajevo (w/ Marray), 2011-Bath (w/ Marray), 2011-Bordeaux (w/ Marray), 2011-Loughborough (w/ Marray) from 2012-Bergamo (w/ Skupski) from 31 finals - 1996-Azores (w/ Singer), 1999-Manchester (w/ Lee), 1999-Belo Horizonte (w/ Lee), 1999-Lucknow (w/ Lee), 2000-Belo Horizonte (w/ Lee), 2004-Denver (w/ Marray), 2006-Genova (w/ J. Murray), 2006-Nottingham (w/ J. Murray), 2006-Graz (w/ Auckland), 2008-Marrakech (w/ Auckland), 2010-Izmir (w/ Marray), 2010-Aachen (w/ Marray), 2011-Quimper (w/ Marray), 2011-Monza (w/ Marray) and 2012-Bath (w/ Skupski). He has a 'soft spot' for Real Madrid Football Club. Bio: James Buddell


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