Stefano Travaglia
Stefano Travaglia
Stefano Travaglia
Stefano Travaglia
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Nickname is Steto.
    • Speaks Italian, Spanish and English.
    • Started playing tennis at age 8.
    • Father, Enzo, owns a news agency; mother, Simonella, is a tennis coach.
    • Favourite surface is clay, shot is forehand and tournament is Roland Garros.
    • Idol growing up was David Ferrer.
    • Enjoys fishing.
    • If he wasn't a tennis player, he would run track-and-field.
    • Used to train in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    • In summer 2011, fell down stairs and through a glass window at his apartment. Severed artery in right wrist and suffered other arm and hand injuries. Underwent surgery 2 days following accident and did not play from August 2011 through August 2012. Returned to tour without regaining full feeling in hand.

    (UPDATED 26 AUGUST2023)

    • Italian qualified into his 7th career Grand Slam tournament at 2023 US Open and all 3 wins were from a set down. Also qualified at 2017 Wimlbledon and US Open,2018 Wimbledon and US Open and 2019 Australian Open and Roland Garros.
    • Achieved career-high No. 60 after falling to Sinner at 2021 Melbourne-1 in 1st tour-level final between Italians since 1988 Florence (Narducci d. C. Panatta).
    • Reached 2020 Roland Garros 3R by earning 1st win in 5 sets over Nishikori, who had won 9 straight 5th sets.
    • Defeated No. 1 Italian Fognini for 1st tour-level win at 2017 US Open and biggest win of career at 2019 Umag over No. 9 Foginini.
    • Qualified at 4 consecutive Grand Slams from 2018 Wimbledon through 2019 Roland Garros, as well as at Wimbledon and US Open in 2017.
    • Fell through a glass window at his apartment in 2011, undergoing surgery after suffering several arm injuries and returning to tour following 1-year hiatus without full feeling in his right hand.


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