Argentina has long been a hotbed of impressive tennis talents, and Guido Andreozzi is no different. The Buenos Aires resident has long been one of the most interesting Argentine tennis players. His powerful frame, accurate shot and competitive mannerism makes him someone who stands out immediately from the first time that you see him play.
His best career ranking came in September 2018, when he broke into the Top 100 – coming 97th – while at Doubles level, he came 122nd in May 2018. He’s achieved some impressive wins over the likes of Dustin Brown and Mohamed Safwat along the way, making sure he made the 2018 French Open.
At Roland Garros, the Argentine defeated Taylor Fritz in the First Round. His first tournament win came in 2012, when he won in Lima, Peru to defeat compatriot Facundo Arguello. He’s also won tournaments against the likes of Diego Schwatzman and Nicolas Kicker; in fact, he has never lost a Singles final to someone from his own nation.
While other players from his nation might overshadow some of his impressive achievements, there is no doubting that Andreozzi is a fine competitor who always offers stern opposition for anyone who draws him.