Cristian Garin - News and More
Do you like Cristian Garin?Nicknamed "Gago" and "Tatan"....Speaks Spanish and English....Started playing tennis at age 5 with his dad....Father, Sergio, and mother, Anna Medone, are both ... Read Full Bio
- Thiem, Rublev Advance To Vienna QF Showdown; Dimitrov Ousts Tsitsipas
- favorite Dominic Thiem rolled into the quarterfinals Thursday in Vienna dispatching Chilean Cristian Garin 6-3, 6-2. The 27-year-old Austrian has made at least the quarterfinals in his last three events. The US Open champion will now take on Andrey Rublev on Friday. The Rus...
- Djokovic Wins In Vienna, Closes In On Year-End No. 1; Sinner v Rublev Thurs.
- Rublev in a tantalizing second round affair. Tsitsipas returns to face Grigor Dimitrov and home favorite Dominic Thiem tests Cristian Garin. ...
- Djokovic, Thiem Open With Vienna Wins; Wawrinka Ousted
- good matches in qualifying, who maybe I only saw for two minutes on TV.” Thiem moves on to a Thursday meeting with Chilean Cristian Garin. Garin knocked out Stan Wawrinka 6-4, 6-7(9), 6-3. “The match was unreal. I played at a very high level, so I am very happy to be in t...
- Djokovic, Tsitsipas Easy French Open Winners, Altmaier Impresses; Zverev v Sinner Sunday
- improves to 34-1 on the year. Next will be his first real test against Russian Karen Khachanov who dispatched Cristian Garin 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. “Try to be steady, to try to maintain the level that we will play, most time possible," said Khachanov. "Keep push...
- Djokovic Rolls Again At French Open, Shapovalov Falls In 5; Third Round Fri.
- solid in a 7-5, 6-1, 3-6, 6-1 victory over fellow youngster Alejandro Davidovich Fokina. Matteo Berrettini, Karen Khachanov, Cristian Garin and Pablo Carreno Busta were among the other winners. Popular pick Denis Shapovalov was bounced in the match of the day losing to Robert...
- French Open Men's Draw: Thiem Placed In Nadal Half, Who's The Pick?
- (both probably prefer hardcourts), so there's no real threat. Karen Khachanov could get hot (more than likely not), maybe Cristian Garin. Matteo Berrettini is better on hard, Jan-Lennard Struff can be dangerous. But in best-of-5, unless Djokovic unravels again, he's should be...
- Pella Takes First ATP Title In Sao Paulo Over Garin
- Garin Edges Ruud For First ATP Title In Houston
- Zverev's Slump Continues, Loses To Garin In Munich QFs
- Garin Wins Second ATP Title, Bests Berrettini In Munich
- Garin Takes Down Schwartzman For Cordoba Title