1. In May 2015, Joao Sousa started a partnership with sports supplements company Gold Nutrition.
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2. Joao Sousa uses a Wilson racquet, and is endorsed by Lotto Sport Italia since January 2014, in a two-year partnership which covers the supply of footwear, clothing and accessories.
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5. At the Miami Open, Joao Sousa entered as 30th seed, receiving a bye for the first round, but lost in the second round to Fabio Fognini.
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6. Joao Sousa lost in three sets to Jack Sock, but the result allowed him to re-enter the Top 40 in the ATP Singles Rankings.
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8. Joao Sousa trained with Rafael Nadal in the offseason for the second year running.
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10. At the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Joao Sousa won his first match but lost in the next round in three sets to eventual silver medalist Juan Martin del Potro.
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11. At the Valencia Open, Joao Sousa capped the season with his second career ATP title and the first of the season in four final attempts.
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12. At the St Petersburg Open, Joao Sousa reached his third final of the season.
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13. Joao Sousa proceeded to the final, his first of the season, where he lost to Thomaz Bellucci.
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15. Joao Sousa progressed to a third round match-up with 6th seed Andy Murray, becoming the second Portuguese player to reach that stage.
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20. Joao Sousa rebounded at the 2014 Moselle Open with his second ATP singles final of the season, after defeating former ATP top-10 Gael Monfils in the semifinals.
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21. Joao Sousa lost both his singles and doubles matches, confirming the relegation of Portugal to Group II in 2015.
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23. Joao Sousa was eliminated in the second round of the Winston-Salem Open.
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31. Joao Sousa began the 2014 season with a first-round loss at the 2014 Qatar Open.
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37. Joao Sousa won his first singles match over Maxim Dubarenco and the doubles match with Gastao Elias.
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41. Joao Sousa was scheduled to return as a wild card at the Portugal Open.
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42. Joao Sousa lost to world number three Andy Murray in straight sets in the second round.
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43. Joao Sousa started the 2013 season with his first participation in ATP tour level hardcourt tournaments at the Chennai Open and the Sydney International.
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44. Joao Sousa played his first doubles rubber against Israel, partnering with Gastao Elias in a loss against Andy Ram and Jonathan Erlich.
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45. Joao Sousa entered main draw events at the Barcelona Open and the Croatia Open (lost to Matthias Bachinger in the 1st round).
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48. At the ATP World Tour, Joao Sousa participated as a wildcard in the singles and doubles events in Estoril, losing in the second round of the former to Canadian Milos Raonic.
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51. In 2008, Joao Sousa began the season by winning his first professional title at the final of a Futures doubles tournament in Murcia.
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52. Joao Sousa would not go beyond quarterfinals at any Futures event until 2008.
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58. In September 2004, aged 15, Joao Sousa moved to Barcelona, Spain, to attend a boarding school and join the Catalan Tennis Federation.
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61. Joao Sousa was born on 30 March 1989 in Guimaraes, Portugal, to Armando Marinho de Sousa, a judge and amateur tennis player, and Adelaide Coelho Sousa, a bank clerk.
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63. Joao Sousa debuted in the top-level ATP World Tour in 2008, and rose to prominence at the 2013 Malaysian Open, where he became the first Portuguese player to win a World Tour-level singles tournament.
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65. Joao Sousa is nicknamed Conquistador for sharing his birthplace with Afonso I of Portugal, the country's first king.
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