11 Facts About Guido Pella

1.

Guido Pella is an inactive Argentine professional tennis player.

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2.

Guido Pella's sister, Catalina, is a tennis player who competes mainly in ITF tournaments.

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3.

Guido Pella is engaged to marry the model and entrepreneur Stephanie Demner.

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4.

In February 2020 Guido Pella announced via his Instagram account that he would be out indefinitely after being diagnosed with Morton's neuroma.

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5.

Guido Pella started playing Futures tournaments in 2005, winning his first at Peru F3 in July 2008 without dropping a set.

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6.

Guido Pella started his 2012 Challenger season in March, capturing his first title in that category at the Salinas Challenger in Ecuador, with a victory over Paolo Lorenzi in the final round.

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7.

Guido Pella cracked the top 100 for the first time after winning the 2012 ATP Challenger Tour Finals, defeating Adrian Ungur in the final round.

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8.

Guido Pella entered the 2013 Australian Open main draw directly, but he lost in the first round to qualifier Amir Weintraub.

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9.

Guido Pella then competed in Vina del Mar, losing in the first round, this time to countryman Federico Delbonis.

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10.

Guido Pella participated in the 2020 ATP Cup where Argentina reached the quarterfinals and in the 2021 ATP Cup where Argentina reached second place in their group and was eliminated from reaching the semifinals knockout stage.

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11.

Guido Pella announced an indefinite break due to health issues but returned to the tour after 6 months at the 2020 US Open.

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