Argentina is home to many great tennis players and among them is Eduardo Schwank. Eduardo was born on April 23, 1986 in Rosario, Argentina. Like many of the more popular tennis players of today, Eduardo was noticed by the professional scene due to his excellent performance as a junior. His biggest title as a junior tennis player was winning the Banana Bowl against Pablo Andujar. Eduardo finished his junior year winning three out of four Junior Grand Slams, finishing second in the rankings with an impressive record of 39 wins and 4 losses. With achievements such as his, it was hard for the professional tennis association to ignore Eduardo Schwank. Eduardo then turned pro in the year 2003.

Eduardo had a bright future ahead of him when he turned pro. Later in the year 2006, Eduardo won four futures events consecutively. In 2007, Eduardo added to his list of accomplishments a challenger title and three more futures events won consecutively. Performing quite well in the singles circuit, he did equally well on the doubles circuit, being able to win the bronze and gold medal in the doubles match at the 2007 Pan American Games.

Born 23 Apr 1986
Nationality Argentina Argentina
Nickname Gordo

Now, in 2008, Eduardo started the year very positively by winning three challenger events consecutively. Recently in the 2008 Roland Garros, Eduardo was the number one seed during the qualifying rounds, certainly a big feat for Eduardo. He is currently at the number 58 world rankings in the singles circuit. He has yet to win a singles title or a doubles title, but with his excellent performance in futures and challenger events, it is certain that Eduardo will be bringing home a title very soon.

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