13 Facts About Steven Diez


Steven Diez competed in the main draw of two senior level ITF Futures tournaments in the autumn, losing both times in the first round.


Steven Diez fared much better a month later taking a set off world No 425 Juan Albert Viloca-Puig before losing.


Steven Diez won his first tour match in his third tournament of the year, Spain F11.


Steven Diez won his first ever doubles match too, partnering Ignacio Morente-Gemas to the second round of Spain F13.


Steven Diez then won two matches partnering Javier Valenzuela-Gonzalez to reach the semi-finals of Spain F14.


Steven Diez finished the year ranked World No 1190 in singles and No 1274 in doubles.


In doubles however Steven Diez continued to do well not losing in the first round for the year aside from his very first tourney.


Steven Diez finished the year ranked World No 571 in singles and No 893 in doubles.


Steven Diez did not win a singles main draw match in his first five events of the year leading into a call-up of sorts by Tennis Canada to represent the country of this birth in Davis Cup.


Steven Diez was recruited for his clay court ability as Canada faced Colombia on red clay in Bogota.


Steven Diez won a set from Michael Russell before falling in the first round of qualifying for the 2010 Rogers Cup in Toronto in early August.


Steven Diez reached a career-high ranking of world No 134 on 18 November 2019.


Steven Diez won the ATP Cup with team Canada defeating the Spanish team.