Juan Martin Del Potro
Juan Martin Del Potro is the giant Argentinean tennis player, who has been recognised as one of the finest from the country in recent times. Juan Martin Del Potro started out at the age of seven and he also had the luxury of having a coach back then. Marcelo Gomez coached the young Del Potro in such a way that he was able to make use of his height to much better use later on in his career. He has often stated that he loves to play on hard courts, which has usually brought the best out of him.
He is also the proud holder of the record of beating both Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer in the same tournament. It was an event that happened in the 2009 U.S. Open, which also became the first Grand Slam for Juan Martin Del Potro. This also made him only the second Argentinean to complete a Grand Slam title. It was the result of an impressive two years that had seen him set record after record in terms of the consecutive victories. As of now, he is only the second player to have had a longer winning streak. It was a streak that spanned 23 matches, which was also the best that we have had to see from Juan Martin Del Potro.
The recent years have been extremely injury prone for the Argentinean, whose other interests also include following Boca juniors, one of the biggest clubs in Argentina. Juan Martin Del Potro has been playing as a professional tennis player since the age of 15 and currently the 22-year-old is on the verge of being considered as one of the best Argentinean tennis players of recent times. The year 2011 has witnessed him getting back to winning ways with two career titles already.
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