Eduardo Schwank

Eduardo Jonatan Schwank ( born April 23, 1986 in Rosario ) is an Argentine tennis player with Swiss ancestors.

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  • 2.3.1 finals ATP World Tour

Life and career

2002-2005: Success as a junior and first experiences on Futures tournaments

Eduardo Schwank began at the age of four years, to play tennis. In 2002 he went to international junior tournaments, especially on the South American continent. In the years 2003 and 2004 he reached eight finals, of which he won six. Although was denied in at the Junior Grand Slams a bigger success, he managed in the junior world rankings in the meantime to rank second parallel, Schwank played since 2002 Futures tournaments in the men's area, also almost all in South America.

2006-2007: First titles in Futures and Challenger tournaments

In the years 2006 and 2007, he won a total of 9 Future tracks what brought him into the Top 300 in the world rankings. In addition, he played from 2006 Challenger tournaments, and was in October 2007 to celebrate his first title in Medellin. At the Pan American Games in 2007 Schwank won the bronze medal in the single and doubles along with Horacio Zeballos gold medal. He also took first time in 2007 in terms of qualifications for Grand Slam tournaments in part, but could not each at Wimbledon and at the U.S. Open qualify for the main draw.

2008-2009: entry into the Top 100 and Grand Slam debut

For over a year he was able to keep in the top 100, and reached number 50 in February 2009 with his best finish so far. In mid-2009 he fell but then after nine Erstrundenniederlagen in a row out of the Top 100 out, and now had to play Challenger tournaments again. By the end he reached three finals, of which he won in Santiago de Chile and Lima, two.

2010: first ATP title and Grand Slam semi-finals in a double

In January 2010, he succeeded by a victory in Bucaramanga to re-enter the top 100 in March 2010, he first played for Argentina in the Davis Cup. Although he lost his match against Robin Soderling, Argentina won 3-2 against Sweden. When ATP tournament of Barcelona, ​​he made ​​it to the quarter-finals, defeated there again Soderling. In May 2010, he was part of the Argentine team that won the World Team Cup in Dusseldorf. For this victory he steered each with a single victory against Germany and France. A week later, he competed at the French Open for the first time in eleven months again a Grand Slam match, but had been in the first round against Slovenia Blaž Kavčič give up due to injury. In Wimbledon, he retired in individual already in the first round against Yevgeny Korolyov from; in double contrast, he came to the side of his compatriot Juan Ignacio Chela to the semifinals. In July 2010, Schwank won along with Carlos Berlocq in Stuttgart his first ATP title. At the U.S. Open in September 2010 he reached in an individual after a victory over Robby Ginepri the second round. In doubles, it was even better: Horacio Zeballos Together with he reached for the second time this year a Grand Slam semifinal. In the Davis Cup semi-final a week later against France, the two lost but both her ​​twin as well as their individual, so that Argentina lost with 0:5. The end of October reached Schwank in Montpellier together with Marc López for the second time an ATP final, but they lost in a tight match.

2011: Grand Slam finals in the Doubles and Mixed

In single Eduardo Schwank could only in January 2011 again win a match, in the first round of the Australian Open against his compatriot Leonardo Mayer. Against his next opponent, the set at position 32 Guillermo García- López, he was defeated then, however, in three sets. Since he shortly afterwards fell out again in the top 100 in the world rankings, Schwank played later in the year mainly Challenger tournaments. He was able to reach three finals, he lost all but the individual in Rome, Cali and São José do Rio Preto. Successful it ran in a double: At the French Open Eduardo Schwank reached on the side of Juan Sebastian Cabal first time a Grand Slam final, while they defeated among others, the top-seeded Bryan brothers. In the final, but were beaten in three sets Max Mirnyi and Daniel Nestor. At the U.S. Open Schwank was in another Grand Slam final, in the Mixed alongside Gisela Dulko. However, after a tight match against Melanie Oudin they went and Jack Sock again as losers from the square. After two Challenger titles in double Eduardo Schwank stand to the financial statements of the Argentine team in the final of the Davis Cup against Spain. Together with David Nalbandian Schwank won while the double, but Spain won the final result of the race wins 3-1.




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