Sergio Cortes
Sergio Cortes
  • Personal
  • Residence: Santiago, Chile Single
    Year-by-Year Highlights:
    1989- Winner at Sao Paulo-5 Ch. (as qualifier); Quarterfinalist at Vina del
    Mar Ch., Geneva, Nyon Ch.
    1988- Runner-up at Salou Ch.
    Began playing tennis at age 10 and turned pro in 1987.
    The South American champion in the 14s, 16s and 18s age groups.
    The Banana Bowl champion for the 14s and 16s.
    Qualified and won the Sao Paulo-5 Challenger on Dec. 10, 1989, without
    dropping a set. Defeated top seed Jean Fleurian in the quarterfinals and
    Francisco Yunis in the final. Jumped from 321 to 199 on the ATP computer.
    Earned a career-high $15,839 and improved from 364 to a career year-end
    best No. 199 in 1989.


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