1. Guillermo Coria was known as a quite solid baseliner and an excellent claycourter.
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3. In 2004, Guillermo Coria won the clay-court tournament in Buenos Aires and reached the final of the 2004 NASDAQ-100 Open on hard court, where he faced Andy Roddick.
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4. Guillermo Coria was created on January 13, 1982 in Rufino, Argentina seeing that Guillermo Sebastian Coria.
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6. Guillermo Coria admired Andre Agassi and Marcelo Rios while growing up.
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17. In 2004, Guillermo Coria won the clay-court tournament in Buenos Aires and reached his first Masters final on hard court at the 2004 NASDAQ-100 Open, where he faced Andy Roddick.
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20. Guillermo Coria went on to win his first Masters Series title at the 2003 Hamburg Masters by defeating Agustin Calleri in the final in three straight sets.
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