24 Facts About Albert Ramos


Albert Ramos Vinolas is a Spanish professional tennis player.

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Albert Ramos is currently ranked in the top 40 in singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals, and has a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No 17, achieved by reaching the final of the 2017 Monte Carlo Masters.

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Albert Ramos is a counterpuncher who uses a heavy topspin game to grind opponents down.

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Albert Ramos has a heavy topspin forehand, which is his strongest shot to move opponents around the court.

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Albert Ramos has an accurate first serve, which he uses to then set up his next shot.

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Albert Ramos is a strong mover around the court, and he makes net approaches often.

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Albert Ramos plays with a lot of variety, using slices and drop-shots to mix up his game.

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Albert Ramos has most success on clay where he won all of his career titles and reached the quarterfinals of 2016 French Open and advanced to his first Masters 1000 final.

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Albert Ramos Vinolas has participated in the finals of six Futures tournaments, four of which he won.

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Albert Ramos lost in the finals of two ATP Challenger Tour tournaments.

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Albert Ramos lost in the qualifying rounds of Doha, Sydney and the Australian Open before returning to Challenger tournaments for the next three months.

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Albert Ramos Vinolas played a combination of ATP World Tour events, and Challenger tournaments over the course of 2011.

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Albert Ramos tasted his first grand slam success at the French Open after a first round victory over Javier Marti.

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Albert Ramos lost to eventual quarterfinalist and World No 5 Robin Soderling in the second round.

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At the 2015 Shanghai Rolex Masters, Albert Ramos Vinolas defeated world No 2 Roger Federer in three sets to reach the third round, where he fell to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

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Albert Ramos then lost in straight sets to third seed Stan Wawrinka.

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Albert Ramos defeated Roberto Carballes Baena in straight sets, and then beat Andrea Arnaboldi in three sets.

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Albert Ramos won his first ATP title when he defeated fifth seed Fernando Verdasco in the final in straight sets.

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Albert Ramos Vinolas reached the final of the 2017 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, beating top seed Andy Murray, 5th seed Marin Cilic, 11th seed Lucas Pouille in the 4th round, quarterfinal and semifinal respectively en route to the championship match, where he lost to the 9 times tournament champion Rafael Nadal.

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Albert Ramos reached his career-high of world No 17 on 8 May 2017, following a quarterfinal run at the 2017 Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell where he was defeated by the top seed Andy Murray.

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Albert Ramos won his second title on clay at the 2019 Swiss Open Gstaad in July and reached in the same month his 7th final on clay at the 2019 Generali Open Kitzbuhel in Austria, where he lost to top seed Dominic Thiem.

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Albert Ramos Vinolas reached the finals of two ATP tournaments on clay at the 2021 Cordoba Open, where he was defeated by first time qualifier Argentine Juan Manuel Cerundolo ranked No 335, and at the 2021 Estoril Open, without losing a set reaching his 10th career final and third ATP title on clay defeating Brit Cameron Norrie in three sets.

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Albert Ramos currently uses Babolat racquets and wears Joma clothes and footwear after ending his contract with Lacoste this year.

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Albert Ramos married Helena Marti in November 2017, and they had a daughter born in August 2020.

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