Marcelo Demoliner

Born Jan 18, 1989
Nationality Brazil Brazil

Marcelo Fedrizzi Demoliner is a professional tennis player born on January 18, 1989. He started his professional journey in 2006 and have won his first title in June 2018 after winning the ATP 250 Antalya Open. He is a doubles specialist and had been ranked as 34th in the world in November 2017. Together with Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez, Demoliner made it to the semifinals of the 2018 Australian Open and the 2017 Wimbledon Championships.

It was in 2006 when Demoliner turned pro. He initially played in smaller Futures tournaments. It was only in 2007 when he had his first Challenger match. By May 2009, he won his first Challenger singles title after defeating Rogerio Dutra Silva. Furthermore, he bagged a runner-up spot during the 2011 Blumenau Challenger. These achievements were the two best results of his singles career.

Demoliner also won his first two Challenger doubles titles in 2009. This happened in May and August with partner Rodrigo Guidolin. It was only in 2012 when he officially began a fixed partnership. This was with Joao Souza. The partnership proved to be a good move for both tennis players after enjoying five straight Challenger finalist positions, three titles, and two runners-up. Due to these achievements, Demoliner easily slid into the top 100 at doubles.

By 2013 and 2014, Demoliner achieved six Challenger wins in doubles and was able to participate in the Grand Slam. He was also part of the ATP 250 Newport and ATP 250 Zagreb semifinalists.

From 2015 to 2017, Demoliner won a total of three Challengers wins. In 2015, he was able to reach the second round of the US Open and the third round of Wimbledon. By 2016, he managed to reach the third round in the US Open, semi-final round of the Rio de Janeiro ATO 500, and two runners-up in the Bastad and Quito ATO 250.

It was in 2018 when Demoliner finally won his first ATP 250. This happened in Antalya. He was also a runner-up of the Antwerp ATP 250 during the same year and bagged another Challenger title.

Before the COVID Pandemic, Demoliner was able to win another Challenger title as well as an ATP 250 title.

Career Record

  • Singles: 1-1o Highest Ranking: 232nd o Career Titles: 0
  • Doubles: 113-118o Highest Ranking: 34th o Career Titles: 3

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