Thiago Agustin Tirante
Thiago Agustin Tirante
Thiago Agustin Tirante
Thiago Agustin Tirante
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    • Father, Gonzalo; mother, Marine; sisters, Ornella and Isabella.
    • Says that his mother is his hero.
    • Began playing tennis at his grandfather's club in La Plata as soon as he could walk at 9 months old.
    • Was coached by his aunt, Vanesa, who taught him to play.
    • Favourite shot is forehand, surface is hard, tournament is US Open and city on tour is Monte Carlo.
    • Tennis idol is countryman Juan Martin del Potro: "To share a court with Juan Martin is incredible. The people love him and he's one of the greatest. I want to be like that. I always saw him on TV and I've wanted to be like him, not just in tennis, but as a person."
    • Was a sparring partner at the 2019 Nitto ATP Finals in London, hitting with Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev.
    • Also enjoys football, supporting River Plate and countryman Lionel Messi.
    • Favourite superhero is Thor, TV show is Vikings and movie is Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 1).
    • Enjoys reading and says his favourite book is Open by Andre Agassi.
    • Favourite actor is Adam Sandler and musician is Norwegian DJ Kygo.
    • Likes eating seafood, says his secret talent is cooking and lists McDonald's as his guilty pleasure.
    • Favourite school subject was math.
    • Says that work ethic is his best quality and anger is his worst quality.
    • Has one tattoo - in English, on his chest - "If you can dream it, you can do it."

    (UPDATED 22 MAY 2024)

    • Earned 1st PIF ATP Rankings point at age 16 in 2017, broke into Top 200 in March 2022 and Top 100 in February 2024, earning career-high No. 90 in April 2024.
    • Made ATP Tour debut at 2021 Buenos Aires as WC, then earned first tour-level win at 2023 Roland Garros as Q, defeating No. 31 van de Zandschulp in 1R for biggest win of career.
    • Captured Challenger titles at 2021 Ambato, 2023 Cuernavaca, 2023 Bogota and 2024 Mexico City and owns 94-72 record on Challenger tour.
    • Ended 2019 as No. 1 junior in world, sweeping last 18 matches and 26 sets of his career en route to 3 titles in as many weeks at Yucatan Cup, Eddie Herr and Orange Bowl.
    • Did not drop a set en route to 2019 Roland Garros boys’ doubles title w/Pucinelli de Almeida.


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