Horacio Zeballos has reached the final in the St Petersburg Open in Russia, losing to Ukrainian Sergiy Stakhovsky.
23 Facts About Horacio Zeballos
Horacio Zeballos reached the doubles final at the Movistar Open in Santiago, Chile, in 2010 with partner Potito Starace.
Horacio Zeballos won the title in doubles at the Copa Telmex with Sebastian Prieto.
Horacio Zeballos won the 2009 ATP Newcomer of the Year award.
Horacio Zeballos's father is named Horacio Zeballos, and his mother is named Carolina.
Horacio Zeballos competed primarily on the ATP Challenger Tour, where he won five singles titles and six doubles titles.
Horacio Zeballos reached his first ATP Tour final at the St Petersburg Open, defeating Yuri Schukin, Oleksandr Dolgopolov Jr.
Horacio Zeballos started the singles season in a slump, falling in the first round four times, but had an excellent start to the doubles season.
Horacio Zeballos then turned to the clay in the Copa Telmex in Argentina, where in the first round, he defeated countryman and former French Open champion Gaston Gaudio.
Horacio Zeballos made it to the doubles semifinals with partner Monaco.
Horacio Zeballos was selected for the Argentine Davis Cup team for the first time.
Horacio Zeballos played doubles with David Nalbandian against the Swedish pair of Robert Lindstedt and Robin Soderling.
Horacio Zeballos reached a career milestone as he defeated his first-ever top-25 player, 24th ranked Gilles Simon, in the second round at the Sony Ericsson Open.
Horacio Zeballos then lost in the third round to the eventual finalist Tomas Berdych.
Horacio Zeballos then faced eventual champion Juan Ignacio Chela in the semifinals, where he lost in straight sets.
Horacio Zeballos did not make it past the second round in any ATP events.
Horacio Zeballos had more success in doubles, where he won his second title at the 2011 BMW Open partnering Simone Bolelli.
Horacio Zeballos won his first ATP singles title at Vina del Mar, where he defeated Rafael Nadal in three sets in his comeback tournament.
Horacio Zeballos won three doubles titles with Julio Peralta and one with Andres Molteni.
Horacio Zeballos' first match in the 2017 Australian Open was a 5-hour and 15-minute loss to Ivo Karlovic, the second longest match by time at the Australian Open in the Open Era.
Horacio Zeballos was beaten by 6th seed Dominic Thiem in straight sets.
Horacio Zeballos won his first ATP Masters 1000 Doubles Title at the 2019 BNP Paribas Open with Nikola Mektic.
Horacio Zeballos became the first ATP Masters doubles champion from Argentina since 1997 after Luis Lobo at the Hamburg Masters.