Marcos Giron was born on July 24, 1993, in Thousand Oaks, California. This American tennis player has received several achievements over the past years including reaching career highs and winning championships. He achieved singles ranking no. 70 on January 4, 2021, and no. 199 in the doubles ranking 2 years prior. In 2011, he won the Ojai Tennis Tournament. After 4 years, he won the singles title again for UCLA. He bagged the NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championship. He turned into a professional player. Giron underwent surgeries on his hips that made him lay low for a year.
Giron was also part of the Grand Slam at the 2020 US Open. This is the first in his career. In November 2020, he also recorded his top 10 win at the Paris Masters. He defeated Matteo Berrettini. He also participated in the 2021 Australian Open main draw event. This was his second consecutive year to join the competition abroad. He also reached the third round of the Grand Slam 2021 French Open.
He qualified for the Antwerp QF and ATP Masters 1000 Paris 3R that catapulted his rankings to no. 70. In the 2020 ATP Masters 1000 Paris 2R, he defeated no. 10 player Berrettini. It was considered the biggest win of his professional career that made him advance to the 2021 Roland Garros.
- Career record 19–25
- Highest ranking No. 70 (4 January2021)
- Current ranking No. 84 (31 May 2021)
- Career record 0–3
- Highest ranking No. 199 (1 July2019)
- Current ranking No. 655 (31 May2021)