Juan Monaco - News and More
- Nationality: ARG (Argentina)
- Birthdate: March 29, 1984
- Age: 34 years old
- Birthplace: Tandil, Argentina
- Residence: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Turned Pro: 2002
- Plays: Right-handed
- Coach: Pepo Clavet, Diego Junqueira
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Started playing at age six...Father, Hector, is a businessman...Mother, Cristina, is an architect...Has one sister, Mara, and brother, Andres...Enjoys spending ... Read Full
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- Novak Djokovic: I Did Think About Leaving Tennis [Video]
- his Laureus acceptance speech Monday night in Monaco for a fourth Sportsman of the Year honor, Novak Djokovic revealed that he was close to quitting the sport, but his wife, Jelena, helped him back. And she got a big Thank You on the world stage.
"Yes, I did think about leavi...
- Novak Djokovic Wins Fourth Laureus World Sportsman Award
- an incredible second half to 2018, Novak Djokovic picked up his fourth Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award Monday in Monaco.
“A Laureus Award is what every athlete wants to win, and this one is a huge honour for me," Djokovic said. "Being among so many sporting gre...
- Roger Federer To Make Clay Decision After Miami, Won't Rule It Out Right Now
- slippery surface after Miami, but will likely not play Monte Carlo.
"I probably won’t play in the very beginning, you know, meaning Monaco. Also have a Foundation trip I’m doing at that time, so I’m planning that a little bit.
"The rest, I said I will decide after Miami ...
- Roger Federer Wins Two Laureus Awards; Serena Named Sportswoman Of The Year
- Federer once again walked away a winner last night at the Laureus Awards show in Monaco.
The 36-year-old took home the Sportsman of the Year and Comeback of the Year honors, giving him a total of six Laureus awards during his career.
“This is a very special moment for me,...
- Novak Djokovic: I Have The Willpower To Get Back To The Top
- forward to get to know him even better," Djokovic said to Sport 360. "I was very happy with how our couple of weeks of training went in Monaco. Andre Agassi was there as well and it was the perfect week because everybody was together, the whole new team, and we obviously put object...
- Haas, Veterans Look to Spice-Up Dull German Open Field; Preview
Wildcards went to Germans Daniel Altmaier, Tommy Haas and Maximilian Marterer...Haas was a finalist in 2011, falling to Juan Monaco...
Pulling from the field were Pablo Carreno Busta, Borna Coric, Richard Gasquet, Yuichi Sugita and Janko Tipsarevic...
- Roger Federer Interview - Miami, Apr 1
- it is what it is. I'm the last guy who gets pulled all the way down and then can't get up for the next tournament. I'm excited going Monaco now. I'm going to fly there directly and prepare as well as I can for the clay court season. It's a big swing coming up now in Europe, ...
- Roger Federer Interview - Miami, Mar 26
- a bit faster, but it is what it is. It's also a surface I can play my best tennis on, so we'll see how it goes. Q. You have Juan Monaco next. Can you talk about him and the matchup? ROGER FEDERER: Yeah, I think we've only played once before in Hamburg. That was in 20...
- Federer Shreds Soderling, Djokovic Next; Murray Visits Monaco in Shanghai
- Kerber, Errani, Monaco, Andujar Win WTA/ATP Titles
- Fed Cup Results; Berdych, Youzhny, Monaco Win ATP Titles
- Roland Garros Meltdown Alerts: Li Exits, Nadal Embarrasses Monaco
- Juan Monaco Imitates Maria Sharapova [Video]
- Roddick, Monaco, Bellucci, Cibulkova, Hercog Win Titles
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