Ulises Blanch
Ulises Blanch
Ulises Blanch
Ulises Blanch
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    • Named after Ulysses, a king in Greek mythology renowned for adapting to difficult situations.
    • Nicknames are Uliand Pantera.
    • Speaks English and Spanish.
    • Father, Ernesto, was a skier; brothers, Dali and Darwin, and sister, Krystal, all play tennis.
    • Lists his father as biggest influence on his career, stating that he "has been there from the start and is my biggest critic and supporter."
    • Born in Puerto Rico to Spanish parents. Father worked for Coca-Cola and family lived in China, India and Thailand for his job.
    • Started playing tennis at age 5 in Thailand and begantraining in Argentina at age 13.
    • Favourite shot is serve and tournament is US Open.
    • Enjoys playing on all surfaces.
    • Tennis idol is Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
    • Also enjoys playing and watching football. Supports River Plate, FC Barcelona and Lionel Messi.
    • If he wasn't a tennis player, he would be a football player.
    • Favourite superhero is TheFlash,TV show is Peaky Blinders and favourite musician is Akon.
    • Likes reading the Percy Jackson and the Olympians book series by Rick Riordan.
    • Enjoys eating Argentinean barbecue.

    (UPDATED 17 AUGUST 2020)

    • Achieved career-high No. 240 on 9 March 2020 after reaching Monterrey, MEX Challenger SF.Rose from No. 419 to No. 265 on 13 January 2020 after winning Ann Arbor, USA Challenger title.
    • Set to make tour-level debut at 2020 US Open as WC. Fell in qualifying at 2016 Washington, 2017 Washington, 2018 US Open and 2019 Geneva.
    • Owns 39-31 record on ATP Challenger Tour, highlighted by 14-5 start to 2020. Won Challenger titles at 2018 Perugia, ITA as LL and 2020 Ann Arbor, USA. Defeated former World No. 9 Almagro en route to Perugia title.
    • Peaked at No. 2 in junior rankings on 20 June 2016. Played 324 singles and doubles matches on ITF Junior Circuit from 2013-16.
    • Went 131-63 in junior singles, including wins over future Top-20 ATP players de Minaur and Tsitsipas. Went 79-51 in junior doubles, including win w/Kirkov over future Top-20 ATP players Auger-Aliassime/Shapovalov. Posted best Grand Slam results at2016 Wimbledon, reaching boys' singles SF and boys' doubles QF w/Kirkov.


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