Facundo Bagnis

Height / weight 1.83 m / 82 kg
Born Feb 27, 1990
Nationality Argentina Argentina
Playing Style Left Handed

Facundo Bagnis is an Argentinian professional tennis player with a career-high ranking of No.55, which he reached in November 2016. He has appeared in the main draws of all four Grand Slam tournaments for both the men’s singles and men’s doubles events. He has also represented Argentina in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics where he made it to the first round of both singles and men’s doubles.

Player Profile

Facundo Bagnis was born on February 27, 1990, in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina. He still currently resides in Santa Fe but in the town of Armstrong. Bagnis is a left-handed player with a two-handed backhand. He stands 183 cm tall and his weight was last listed at 78 kg.

Coached by Antonio Pastorino and by Javier Nalbandian, he has earned $2,429,076 in prize money since he turned pro.


His first ATP World Tour match was in 2011 at the Movistar Open. In 2012, he won his first ATP tour-level match at the Copa Claro. He has appeared in all four of the Grand Slam events. His best finish was the third round of the US Open in 2021.

In the same year, he represented Argentina in the Olympics and made it as far as the first round. His latest match in 2022 was in Wimbledon but he did not make it past the first round. He was also in the first round of the grass-court Grand Slam’s men’s doubles match.

Career Record


  • Highest Singles Ranking: 55(November 14, 2016)
  • Current Singles Ranking: 121 (July11, 2022)

Best Grand Slam Singles Performances

  • Australian Open - 1R (2017, 2022)
  • French Open - 2R (2014, 2016, 2021)
  • Wimbledon - 1R (2015, 2016, 2017,2021, 2022)
  • US Open - 3R (2021)

Other Singles Tournaments

  • Olympic Games - 1R (2020)


  • Highest Doubles Ranking: 78(September 30, 2013)

Best Grand Slam Doubles Performances

  • Australian Open - 1R (2017, 2022)
  • French Open - 1R (2014, 2017)
  • Wimbledon - 1R (2021, 2022)
  • US Open - 1R (2021)

Other Doubles Tournaments

  • Olympic Games - 1R (2020)

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