Agustin Calleri

Born Sep 14, 1976
Nationality Argentina Argentina

Agustin Calleri is an Argentine professional tennis player. He was born on September 14, 1976 in Rio Cuarto, Argentina to parents, Juan and Sonia, who own a store that sells wine and whiskey. He began playing tennis at a young age of four, and has two older sisters, Valentina and Mariana. Calleri enjoys playing on all surfaces, but has his best results so far on clay. He has been coached by former ATP professional, Andres Schneiter, since 2006.

Calleri turned pro in 1995, and in 1999, he advanced to his first ATP qualifying finals at Umag. By 2000, he won Challenger titles at Venice and San Luis Potosi. He also qualified for Roland Garros, as well as reaching his first ATP semi-finals in Kitzbuehel in the same year. In 2001, he again won Challenger titles in Guadalajara, Buenos Aires, and Sao Paulo.

After a series of events and titles earned, Calleri achieved a Top 50 finish for a second year in a row in 2007. He opened with a semi-finals on a hard-court event held in Auckland. During a Latin American event, he reached quarter finals in Costa do Sauipe and a semi-finals finish in Acapulco.

Calleri plays right-handed with a one-handed backhand. Over his years playing professional tennis, Calleri has a record of 204-170 in singles and 74-75 doubles. He has garnered 2 ATP titles through all his events. Despite having good performance in Grand Slam events, he has yet to earn a single Grand Slam title. He has also achieved his highest ranking for singles on No. 16 (achieved on July 7, 2003) and his highest in doubles on No. 52 (achieved on June 16, 2008).

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