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ItalyRoberto Marcora
Roberto MarcoraItalyItaly
Age34
Date of birthAug 30, 1989
Ranking819
Height193 cm
Weight85 kg
BirthplaceBusto Arsizio

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Roberto Marcora Stats

Wins46% (182/400)For last 20 matchesLooses54% (182/400)For last 20 matchesRecieve wins77% (154/200)For last 20 matchesBreakpoints14% (28/200)For last 20 matches

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WinsPrevious 20045% (720/1610)Previous 2046% (182/400)LoosesPrevious 20055% (720/1610)Previous 2054% (182/400)Recieve winsPrevious 20073% (587/802)Previous 2077% (154/200)BreakpointsPrevious 20016% (133/808)Previous 2014% (28/200)

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GamesPrevious 1610Last 400

Win serves

720 (45%)182 (46%)

Lose serves

890218

Break point conversions

16.46 %14.00 %

Won receiving points

0.73 %0.77 %

About Roberto Marcora

Italian tennis player, Roberto Marcora, had chosen his path primarily because of his father and grandfather. The duo enjoyed the game as leisure which he picked up at the mere age of 5. He kept playing the game and acing at it since then. 

However, it was at the age of 20 when he turned professional. Compared to other tennis aces, who take up this sport as a profession at the age of 14 to 17, Roberto was slightly behind in the race. But this was not at all his weakness in any way.

Unlike other tennis professionals, who focused on the game since childhood, Roberto was slightly different. Although he loved tennis and also played it enthusiastically, he first thought of completing his schooling. Later, he also went through a year of his university before turning professional at tennis.

He entered the top 500 rankings after 4 years of turning professional. Further, in the 2017 Geneva Open, he qualified for his first ATP main draw. While he qualified for the tour by beating Marco Chiudinelli and Pere Riba, he was later defeated in the first round by Mikhail Kukushkin. 

Later in the 2020 Maharashtra Open, Roberto grabbed his first ATP tour-level win. This made him the oldest player to earn the title after Jan Mertl (34 years old). But, again, he was defeated in the quarter-finals by James Duckworth, the Australian tennis ace. As of 2020, his career-high ATP rank is 150 in singles. 

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