Albano was a professional tennis player in 1986 and reached the following year the semi-finals of the ATP Challenger tournament in Santiago de Chile. In 1988, he won the doubles title at the Challenger tournament in São Paulo. The following year he stood at the side of Gustavo Luza first time in the final of an ATP tournament, 1990, he celebrated with David Engel in Geneva his first tournament victory on the ATP World Tour. Throughout his career, he won nine doubles titles, including two from the category ATP International Series Gold. A further nine times he stood in a double finals, twice it on the side of Marc -Kevin Goellner. Its highest listing in the tennis world ranking he reached in 1990 with position 192 in singles and in 1997 with position 25 in doubles.
In individual he could qualify for a Grand Slam tournament only once, in 1992 at the U.S. Open, he retired in the first round. In doubles, he stood in the second round of the 1998 Australian Open, 1991 in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon and twice (1992, 1999) in the semifinals of the French Open.