Famous Tennis Player Sergi Bruguera

Sergi Bruguera

Sergi Bruguera, a world class tennis player who is renowned for his consecutive winnings in men’s singles at French Open in 1993 and 1994. He was born in Barcelona Spain on January 16th, 1971. He was firstly a national junior champion in 1987 and got professional in 1988. His sportsman spirit made him won Cairo Challenger title as a qualifier in 1989 and stepped into semi finals in Rome. His passion for tennis accelerated his tennis career and was ranked among World’s 26th top most players. He got a warm welcome and was named as ATP’s new comer of the year.

In his professional career he won 14 men’s single titles and 3 men’s double titles. Bruguera is among those players who have a winning record against Sampras and his hard work was fruitful for him which took him on singles World Top 3 player in 1994. In 1996, he won a Silver Medal at Olympic Games in Atlanta for men’s singles.

Bruguera won an ATP’s comeback player award in 1997 and 2001 because he was off the court due to his ankle injury. He showed up again with an aim of winning back his position again and he successfully did it from regaining his rank from World’s 81th player to World’s no. 8th. He has earned a great number of fans who still regard him as a world class player on clay court.

During his tennis career, His great charisma and extra ordinary talent made him founded a tennis academy in October 1986 with an aim to bring new talented players on international level with his experience and tennis skills.

He finally retired from his professional tennis in 2002 and now serving as a Director of the Bruguera. His Academy is the top most training center with latest equipment and specialized school within the center. Bruguera has put all his effort to make his academy a world class academy.

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