Juan Gisbert Jr
Juan Gisbert Jr
Juan Gisbert Jr
Juan Gisbert Jr
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  • Personal
  • Residence: Barcelona, Spain Single
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1992- SF at Vienna Ch.; QF at Neu Ulm Ch.
    Turned pro in 1992.
    Son of Spanish Davis Cup player Juan Gisbert and German tennis teacher
    Margrit Schultze. Mother won the veteran world championship (50-over) in
    Umag in 1990. Speaks German, English, Spanish, and Catalan.
    Runner-up at the Orange Bowl 16s in 1990 and member of the winning
    Spanish Galea Cup teams in 1991-92.
    Qualified into his first tour event at Umag in 1992, losing in the
    first round in three sets to eventual champion Thomas Muster.
    Enjoys listening to music (Phil Collins, Queen, Guns and Roses, U2).
    Follows the Barcelona soccer team, which he says, "is the best team in the
    world." Also studies computer programming in Barcelona while not on tour.
    Has a serve and volley game and has a big serve.


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