Lisa Pigato

Born Jun 21, 2003
Nationality Italy Italy

Lisa Pigato is an Italian tennis player born on June 21, 2003. She began playing at the age of 5. Her father Ugo, a former professional tennis player, taught her first strokes. Her youthful years were filled with competition that honed her ability to become the best player in her category. Lisa was asked to join various youth national competitions. Before she turned 16, she joined an international event called Citta Di Crema and won.

In 2018, she won international titles in Prague and Kaarina. This paved the way for her to play in the United States Open. She played her first Grand Slam tournament. This is also the year wherein Pegato played as a professional tennis player. She played in the Bergamo province, where she won the game and went to the qualifiers.

The Italian player has reached a career-high in the WTA singles, reaching the ranking of 570. She achieved it on April 26, 2021. On December 28, 2021, she reached ranking 501 in the WTA Doubles. Her career also includes winning two ITF singles titles and one in doubles in the women’s categories.

She won the 2020 French Open Doubles event with her partner Eleonora Alvisi. They defeated their Russian counterparts in the finals. Pegato made her first WTA main draw debut at the 2021 Emilia Romagna Open. She won two matches before losing to Serena Williams.

Player Statistics:

Singles Career record 48–26 (64.9%)

  • Career titles 2 ITF
  • Highest ranking No. 570 (26 April2021)
  • Current ranking No. 572 (17 May2021)

Doubles Career record 28–22 (56.0%)

  • Career titles 1 ITF
  • Highest ranking No. 501 (28 December2020)
  • Current ranking No. 512 (10 May2021)

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