About Guido

  • Age: 29 (17.05.1990)
  • Birthplace: B. Blanca. Arg.
  • Residence: Bs As, Arg.
  • Height: 6'11" (185 CM)
  • Weight: 183 Lbs (83 Kg)
  • Plays: Left-Handed
  • Turned Pro: 2007

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  • Fabian Blengino

  • Juan Manuel Galván

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  • Daniel Tomassini

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Guido Pella was born on May 17, 1990 in Bahia Blanca. It is the first son of Carlos and Maria del Rosario Fernández and brother of Catalina (tennis pro) and Sol.
Coming from a traditional family in tennis of his city, Guido had a close relationship with rackets since childhood. His grandfather Roaldo Fernández taught her the basic strokes until the five began to practice in Liniers club, where his father was a professor (still continues to exert).

Activity year by year

His best season on the ATP Tour. In February, he won the Salinas Challenger, and in July, the Manta Challenger; both in Ecuador. In August, he overcame the U.S. Open qualification and he played a Grand Slam tournament for the first time.
In the last trimestre, Pella won Campinas Challenger and reached semi-finals in Rio de Janeiro. Then, he played and won the Challenger Tour Finals, an exclusive competition for the best seven players of the season in the Challengers circuit. He finished N° 97 at the ATP ranking and he qualified for the Australian Open main draw.

Pella returned training with Fabian Blengino. In September he won the title at Future  N° 3 in Bolivia. By the end of this year, he played the final at Guayaquil Challenger, he lost against Matteo Viola. He Finished N° 346 at the ATP ranking.

Pella had some issues to cope with the Challengers level. Unfortunately he couldn't  keep his place in the ATP ranking ( dropped to N° 420). He won a Future in his country and, in the middle of the season, he ended his career relationship with his coach and started to train at Franco Davin's Academy.

Pella won four titles of five finals (two in Argentina and two in Bolivia). Also, he beat chilean Nicolás Massu in Guayaquil Challenger. He climbed almost 200 places up in the ATP ranking to N°18.

He returned to the World Junior circuit. He won Bonfiglio's Championship in Milan, reached semi-finals in Roland Garros and third round in the U.S. Open. At ATP Tour, he won his first professional title in Peru and played his first Challenger´s main draw.

At the age of 17 he was named by Alberto Mancini to be sparring in the argentinian Davis Cup team during the first-round series against Austria. This tennis team was made up by Guillermo Cañas, Jose Acasuso, Juan Martin Del Potro, Sebastian Prieto and Guido Pella.

During this season he was focused on the professional tour. He reached two semi-finals in Peru and he played his first final in Bolivia. These results allowed him to rise to another new career best: N° 585 at ATP ranking.

Pella won four singles titles and five in doubles during the South American tour and he became the N° 1 tennis player in the world ranking. He triumphed in the South American U16 championship  and then he won four out of the five events he took part  in Europe. Also, he won his first professional game, played in the Davis Junior Cup, won the gold medal at Odesur Games in doubles and he reached the Orange Bowl U16 semi-finals in the United States.

The fifteen-year-old tennis player moved to the capital of Argentina (Buenos Aires) to train in Fabián Blengino´s Academy. During that year, he was one of the best five U16 tennis players in his country. In addition to this, he played his first Future tournament and was part of the argentinian official team during the US tour.

He was in the Argentinian team which finished in third place in the U12 South American Championship. In the second half of the year he won four national titles and climbed to the top of the argentinian ranking. He closed the season playing the Orange Bowl in Miami.




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