Guido Pella is an Argentine tennis player, currently ranked 26th in the World Males Singles. Guido is best known for playing left-handed, and two-handed backhand plays.
The Argentine player achieved his career-high rank at No. 21 on May 15, 2019, in singles and No. 55 on July 1st of the same year. Also, the Argentine player qualified for the quarter-final of the Grand Slam, Wimbledon 2019.
Let us know more about this Argentine Player who is on his way to make history on this year’s Grand Slam.
Guido Pella: Quick Facts
|Full Name:||Guido Pella|
|Birth Date:||May 17, 1990|
|Birth Place:||Bahia Blanca, Argentina|
|Father’s Name:||Carlos Pella|
|Mother’s Name:||Charo Pella|
|Height:||6 feet (183cm)|
|Weight:||174 lbs(79 kg)|
|Net Worth:||$10 million|
|Social Media:||Instagram, Twitter|
Pella makes it to the quarter-final of Grand Slam | Wimbledon
Argentine Guido Pella has made it to the quarterfinal round of Wimbledon this year. Mostly known for playing on hard surfaces and clay, Pella achieved such a feat. on grass-court this time, which is considered to be more difficult.
To achieve such a feat, Guido defeated former Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic 3-6, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(3), 8-6. Prior to this, Guido already declared victory over Marius Copil, Andreas Seppi, and Kevin Anderson simultaneously.
The Argentine is set to face World rank No. 23 Roberto Bautista Agut in his quarterfinal match on July 10.
Guido Pella vs. Kevin Anderson third round highlights Wimbledon 2019
Early Life and Childhood
Guido Pella was born on May 17, 1990, in Buenos Ares, Argentina. He is the son of parents Carlos Pella and Charo Pella. Guido’s father is a Tennis coach while his mother is a university teacher, and his sister, Catalina, is also a tennis player.
Similarly, Guido can speak English and Spanish fluently. About his education, Guido played tennis since the age of 5 and trained at Parque Norte in Bueno Aires.
Age and Measurements
Taking about his age, the tennis player turned 29 this year on May 17. Also, Guido takes special care of his body. He has a toned and fit body, which stands tall at 6 feet(185cm) and weighs 174 lbs(79kgs).
To maintain his physique, Guido trains with Juan Galvan and Mariano Orazi. Furthermore, Guido has dark brown hair and short brunette hair. To add up, the player has an olive-colored skin complexion.
Guido Pella: Professional Career
Guido Pella started his career as a junior. He was ranked as No. 42 in the combined rankings in 2008. That same year he won his first Peru F3 in July without dropping a set. The following year, he won six Futures titles and finished the 2011 season ranked world no. 350 in singles and no. 501 in doubles.
In 2012, Pella achieved his first Salinas Challenger in Ecuador after defeating Paolo Lorenzi in the final round. Guido also won Pereira Challenger in Colombia, in doubles with Martin Alund. The Argentine player reached the top 100 after winning the 2012 ATP Challenger Tour Finals and was ranked at World no. 97 in singles and no. 187 in doubles.
After that, Guido kept on competing against some major players like Adrian Ungur, Fabio Fognini, David Nalbandian, and many more. As a result, his world rank kept getting higher and higher.
But nothing came even close to his career in 2019. In March of the same year, he won his first ATP title in the 2019 Brasil Open by defeating Christian Garin in straight sets. In July, Guido reached his first-ever Grand Slam singles quarterfinal by defeating World No. 3 and 2016 Wimbledon finalist Milos Raonic.
Guido Pella: Personal Life
The handsome and talented Argentine player is currently in a relationship. In fact, he is engaged to model and entrepreneur Stephanie Demner. The pair are planning to get married soon. The gorgeous model, Stephanie, confirmed the news on her Instagram early this year.
Aside from that, the tennis player loves watching football in his spare time and supports Manchester United, especially Wayne Rooney. He is also an avid fan of Formula One and admires Sebastian Vettel. Also, he advocates the late Steve Jobs. But his idol in tennis is definitely Roger Federer.
Net Worth and Income
As of 2019, Guido has his net worth still under review. But Guido still makes a hefty sum from his earnings. In fact, Guido has earned $3,061,821 over his ATP Tour career.
The athletic player has also accumulated a massive sum of $776,269 from singles and $199,778 from doubles, adding up to the total amount of $3,748,431.
Social Media Presence
Instagram– 100k Followers
Twitter– 42.5k Followers