Guido Pella is a professional tennis player who was born on May 17, 1990 in Bahia Blanca, Argentina. Pella currently resides in Buenos Aires, and plays left-handed with a two-handed backhand. Pella first played tennis when he was still 5 years old, after his father taught him the sport. Pella’s sister is also a tennis player, although she mainly competes in the ITF tournaments.
During his years as a junior player, Pella had a record of 19 victories and 5 losses. He was not able to reach the Top 10 in the junior world ranks, although his highest rank was at No. 42 as of 2008.
By 2006, Pella started participating in Futures tournaments, where he won his first title at the Peru F3 without losing a set.
By 2012, he started participated in some Challenger events, capturing his first Challenger title at the Salinas Challenger. He also won his first doubles title while playing at Pereira Challenger together with his partner, Martin Alund.
After some effort during the said year, Pella was able to breakthrough to the Top 100 after he won the 2012 ATP Challenger Tour Finals. During the event, he was able to win against Adrian Ungur in the final round.
Since turning pro, Pella has a record of 52 victories and 71 losses in the ATP World Tour, but does not have a career title. He played in all four Grand Slam events, but has not won a title as well. Pella is ranked at No. 60 as of April 2018, although his highest rank attained was at No. 39, which he achieved on March 2016.