Joao sousa ranking

joao sousa ranking

Who is João Sousa?

João Sousa is the highest-ranked Portuguese tennis player by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) as of February 2022. He competes on the ATP Tour, where he has won four singles titles from a total of eleven finals.

Who is Joao Sousas opponent at the European Open?

Joao Sousa, who was a quarter-finalist in 2015, beats Santiago Giraldo on Tuesday in Gstaad. Joao Sousa reaches the semi-finals in Kitzbühel after his victory over Gerald Melzer on Thursday. Joao Sousa prevails against seventh seed Benoit Paire in the first round of the European Open.

Who is João Pedro Coelho Marinho de Sousa?

Última atualização em: { {data|2018|05|}24}. João Pedro Coelho Marinho de Sousa ( Guimarães, 30 de Março de 1989) é um tenista profissional português que compete no ATP World Tour. Ele está no top 100 do ranking de singulares do ATP desde Julho de 2013, e é o 62º colocado a 26 de Setembro de 2019.

Who is Portuguese tennis player Bruno Sousa?

In 2014, Sousa was the first Portuguese to play exclusively on the ATP World Tour in a single season, and the first to be seeded in a Grand Slam main draw ( 2014 US Open ). He was the fourth Portuguese player to reach the singles top 100, and the second to do it in both singles and doubles rankings (after Nuno Marques ).

What does Joao Sousa stand for?

João Pedro Coelho Marinho de Sousa (born 30 March 1989), known as João Sousa ( Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈʒwɐ̃w̃ ˈso(w)zɐ] ), is a Portuguese professional tennis player, who is ranked 69th in the world by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), as of 1 July 2019. A top-100 player since July 2013...

Does João Sousa have a brother?

João Sousa was born on 30 March 1989 in Guimarães, Portugal, to Armando Marinho de Sousa, a judge and amateur tennis player, and Adelaide Coelho Sousa, a bank clerk. Sousa has a younger brother named Luís Carlos. At age seven, Sousa began playing tennis with his father at a local club.

What is Joao Sousas world ranking?

^ João Sousa entra no top 50 do ranking mundial de ténis [Joao Sousa enters tennis world ranking top 50]. Público (in Portuguese). Retrieved 9 October 2014. ^ Stakhovsky ousts Sousa in Moscow.

Who was Prince João de Sousa?

D. João was the son of Tomé de Sousa, 8th Lord of Gouveia with Francisca de Meneses, and nephew of Dom Diogo de Sousa, Archbishop of Évora .

Who is João Sousa?

João Sousa was born on 30 March 1989 in Guimarães, Portugal, to Armando Marinho de Sousa, a judge and amateur tennis player, and Adelaide Coelho Sousa, a bank clerk.

What did Joao Sousa say about the nickname conquistador?

^ a b João Sousa regressa ao top-100 do circuito mundial de ténis [Joao Sousa returns to tennis world circuit top 100]. Público (in Portuguese). Retrieved 9 October 2014. ^ a b João Sousa: Gosto do nome de conquistador [Joao Sousa: I like the conqueror nickname]. Record (in Portuguese). 2 October 2013. Retrieved 3 October 2014.

What happened to Portugal’s Bruno Sousa?

It was the first time since January 1996 that a Portuguese player held a spot on the singles and doubles top-100s simultaneously. At the China Open, Sousa lost in the second round to reigning US Open champion Marin Čilić. He followed it with a debut at the Shanghai Masters, where he lost to Juan Mónaco in the first round.

Did Joao Sousa have a day to forget?

João Sousa teve um dia para esquecer [João Sousa had a day to forget]. Público (in Portuguese). Retrieved 12 June 2015. ^ João Sousa não passa da primeira ronda em Queens [Joao Sousa does not go beyond 1st round at Queens] (in Portuguese).

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