1. Juan Monaco, nicknamed "Pico", is a former tennis player from Argentina.
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11. Juan Monaco started 2004 by winning in Sao Paulo–1, Brazil defeating Adrian Garcia of Chile.
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14. In 2006, Juan Monaco recorded three first-round exits in the first two months in Buenos Aires, Santiago, Chile, and Adelaide and second-round exits at the Australian Open and the 2006 Medibank International.
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16. In 2008, Juan Monaco started the year with a semifinal appearance at the 2008 Heineken Open, losing to German Philipp Kohlschreiber.
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20. Juan Monaco represented Argentina in the Davis Cup, defeating Thiemo de Bakker of the Netherlands.
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22. At the 2009 BCR Open Romania, Juan Monaco reached his third final of the year, but ended as runner-up to Albert Montanes, after defeating qualifiers Julio Silva and Pere Riba, eighth seed Pablo Cuevas, and German Simon Greul.
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23. Juan Monaco lost in the second round of the 2009 Valencia Open 500 to Nikolay Davydenko.
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26. Juan Monaco began his 2011 season at the 2011 Heineken Open as the fifth seed, but was upset by Adrian Mannarino.
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34. Juan Monaco reach the quarterfinals after beating Benjamin Becker and Marcel Granollers.
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