Buenos Aires, Argentina
In 2014, this right-handed Argentine made his first appearance in the main draw of a Grand Slam tournament at Roland Garros where he made it to the second round before losing to Federer. He finished in the Top 100 for the first time and was the No. 3 ranked Argentine behind No. 28 L. Mayer and No. 60 Delbonis. His biggest achievements came in 2015 when he reached the semis in Buenos Aires and the doubles final in Sao Paulo, partnering with Lorenzi and reaching his first ATP World Tour doubles final.
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