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Examples of "steven_diez"
Falla won the title, defeating Steven Diez in the final, 6–2, 6–2.
Mikhail Kukushkin won the title after defeating Steven Diez 6–3, 6–3 in the final.
Guido Andreozzi and Facundo Argüello were crowned champions, beating Steven Diez and Enrique López-Pérez 6–2, 6–2
Steven Diez (born March 17, 1991) is a Canadian and former Spanish professional tennis player. Raised primarily in and competing for Spain early in his career, he has since gone on to represent the country of his birth, Canada, in the Davis Cup.
Wessels made his ATP main draw debut at the 2016 German Open, where he upset Steven Diez in the first round. This victory made him the youngest player to win a main draw match at the 2016 ATP World Tour by that time.
Harrison reached the final round of qualifying at the 2016 US Open after beating Luke Saville and second seed Konstantin Kravchuk in two three-set matches. He made it into main draw after beating Steven Diez also in three-set match. He was one set down at all three matches in qualifying. He lost in the first round to Paul-Henri Mathieu in straight sets.
Polansky failed to qualify for the Copa Telmex, losing to eighth seed Rubén Ramírez Hidalgo in the first round, in a close third-set tiebreaker. The following week, Polanksy lost in the first round of qualifying for the Delray Beach ATP 250 tournament, to fifth seed Paul Capdeville, in straight sets. The next week, Polansky played singles in Canada's Davis Cup tie against Colombia. He did not fare well, losing the opening singles rubber to world no. 183 Carlos Salamanca. Coach Martin Laurendeau opted to play Steven Diez in the reverse singles, as Canada lost the tie 1–4.
To begin his north-American hard court season, he played in Washington as the No.3 seed. He received a bye through to the second round where he defeated Donald Young. In the third round, he lost to No. 13 seed and eventual Runner-up Ivo Karlovic. Tomic next played at the Canadian Masters where he defeated Alejandro González and Steven Diez but then lost to Kevin Anderson in the third round. He reached the Quarter-Final of the 2016 Western & Southern Open by beating former world number 28 Joao Sousa he then caused consecutive upsets by defeating the 11th seed David Goffin and the 5th seed Kei Nishikori. He then lost to world number 2 and eventual finalist Andy Murray in straight sets. Then Tomic played at the 2016 US Open as the 17th seed where he lost to Damir Džumhur in 4 sets in the first round.
Immediately after retiring, Marques embarked on a coaching career at the BTT Tennis Academy despite not having previous experience as a coach. His first professional experience was alongside Russian Alexander Lobkov in 2009. After Lobkov won two out of three consecutive tournaments, Marques became his full-time coach from July 2009 to September 2010, a period in which Lobkov rose from world no. 1001 to 359. The following season, Marques worked with Chinese Ma Yanan and supported the China Davis Cup team. Then Marques coached another Russian player, Vladislav Dubinsky, from May to October 2011. The relationship broke down due to Dubinsky's poker addiction. When João Sousa began working with Marques in October 2011, he was world no. 220 and Marques had to convince the ATP to amend his contract so that a deal could be reached. Other players Marques coached for a short period include Teymuraz Gabashvili, Arnau Brugués-Davi, Íñigo Cervantes, Steven Diez, James McGee, Denis Matsukevich, Valery Rudnev and Wu Di.