Synonyms for juan_ignacio_londero or Related words with juan_ignacio_londero

andrea_collarini              hugo_dellien              juan_ignacio_galarza              tomás_lipovsek_puches              nicolás_kicker              marcelo_arévalo              stefano_travaglia              federico_coria              guillermo_durán              nicolás_barrientos              roberto_quiroz              gonzalo_lama              andrés_molteni              guillermo_rivera_aránguiz              jordi_samper_montaña              juan_sebastián_gómez              duilio_beretta              cristóbal_saavedra_corvalán              emilio_gómez              agustín_velotti              leandro_migani              juan_pablo_paz              miguel_ángel_reyes_varela              valentin_florez              patricio_heras              jaume_pla_malfeito              david_estruch              hans_podlipnik_castillo              iván_endara              juan_carlos_sáez              ryusei_makiguchi              guido_andreozzi              sergio_galdós              federico_zeballos              juan_pablo_amado              jaume_munar              pablo_galdón              facundo_argüello              júlio_césar_campozano              albert_alcaraz_ivorra              sergio_gutiérrez_ferrol              marc_giner              nicolás_jarry              mateo_nicolás_martínez              renzo_olivo              martín_cuevas              eduardo_struvay              oriol_roca_batalla              josé_checa_calvo              bastián_malla             



Examples of "juan_ignacio_londero"
Marcelo Demoliner and Nicolás Jarry won the title by defeating Hugo Dellien and Juan Ignacio Londero 6–3, 7–5 in the final.
Juan Ignacio Londero (born 15 August 1993) is an Argentine professional tennis player competing mainly on the ATP Challenger Tour both in singles and doubles.
Nicolás Barrientos and Eduardo Struvay were the defending champions but chose to participate with different partners. Barrientos partnered Ruben Gonzales while Struvay partnered Alejandro Falla. Barrientos lost in the first round to Gonzalo Escobar and Juan Ignacio Londero.
Gómez made his ATP main draw singles debut at the 2015 Claro Open Colombia where he qualified for the main draw, defeating Felipe Rojas, Andrés Molteni and Juan Ignacio Londero in the qualifying rounds. In the main draw, he defeated fifth-seed Marcos Baghdatis in the first round, but lost to the Japanese Tatsuma Ito in the second round
At the end of January Quinzi took part at his first 2015 tournament in Palm Coast: playing on clay, the Italian reached the quarterfinals of the $10.000 ITF event, where he was defeated by eventual finalist Patricio Heras. A couple of weeks later, Quinzi won his fifth Future tournament of his career, beating Federico Coria with the score of 6–4, 6–4 on the green clay of Sunrise (Florida). At the 2015 Argentina Open in Buenos Aires he lost to Thiago Monteiro in straight sets in the second round of the qualifying draw; in March the Italian qualified for the main draw of the 2015 Challenger ATP Cachantún Cup but lost in the first round to Juan Ignacio Londero.