Nicolas Moreno De Alboran
Nicolas Moreno De Alboran
Nicolas Moreno De Alboran
Nicolas Moreno De Alboran
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Started playing tennis at age 6 with family, while living in the Dominican Republic.
    • Mother, Carmen, is a documentary photographer, and father, Jorge, works in the stock market. Brothers Mateo and Beltran.
    • Speaks Spanish and English.
    • Competed for four years at UC Santa Barbara (2015-19), earning All-American honours and graduating with a degree in international relations.
    • Tennis idol is Rafael Nadal and favourite athlete is Usain Bolt.
    • Fan of Real Madrid and hobbies include golf, skiing, kitesurfing, and soccer.
    • Perfect day without tennis is to be outdoors and spend time by the ocean and in the mountains.
    • Dream job is oceanographer.
    • Also competed in sailing as a child in the Dominican Republic, before moving to London and devoting himself to tennis at age 10.
    • Favourite musician is Frank Ocean.
    • Favourite food is 'cocido madrileno', a Spanish stew.
    • Guilty pleasure is eating acai bowls.
    • His mottos are "If it was easy, everyone would do it" and "Greatness is not inherited, it is earned."
    • Missed six months in 2022 with torn abdominal and soleus muscles.

    (UPDATED 26 AUGUST2023)

    • Qualified for 1st career Grand Slam main draw at 2023 US Open, saving 2match pts. in final set Match TB against De Loore to prevail 14-12 . Hadnever played in a tour-level main draw and lostin final round of qualifying at 2023 Roland Garros (l. to Karatsev).
    • Lost in Grand Slam qualifying tournaments 5 times, includinglastround at 2022 Wimbledon (l. to Marterer).
    • Has compiled a 29-16 record on ATP Challenger Tour in 2023 and reached a career-high ranking of No. 130 on 21 August. Won 2nd careertitle at Tyler, USA (d. Kukushkin) and runner-up at Chennai, IND (l. to Purcell) and Cary-1, USA(l. to Walton).
    • Has a 55-38career ATP Challenger Tour record (30-15 on hard, 25-22 on clay), advancing to his 1st final at 2022 Salinas, ECU (l. to Gomez) and later in season won 1st title at Braga POR as a qualifier (d. Pucinelli De Almeida) on clay..
    • Has an 84-43 career ITF World Tennis Tour record with 3 titles (49-27 on hard, 30-16 on clay). Lost his first 4 finals and then won his next 3 finals in a 5 tournament span in 2021.
    • Played collegiately for 4 years at UC-Santa Barbara from 2015-16 to 2018-19 seasons and graduated in Environmental Science. He is school's most recent All-American (3rd overall in Gaucho tennis history) and was the Big West Player of the Year in 2018-19, as well as Freshman of the Year in 2016. He was named an All-Conference player in both singles and doubles all 4 years.



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