Alejandro Tabilo is a professional tennis player. On November 29, 2021, the week after winning his first Challenger title in Guayaquil, Ecuador, Tabilo reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 135 in the world. Additionally, on February 22nd, 2021, he attained a career-high ATP doubles ranking of 249th in the world.
Alejandro Tabilo Biography & Other Detail
|Full Name||Alejandro Tabilo|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Birth Place||Toronto, Canada|
|Date Of Birth/Birthday||June 2, 1997|
|Age/How Old||25 years old|
|Father’s Name||Ricardo Tabilo|
|Weight||In kilograms:- 75 kg
In Pounds:- 165 lbs
|Height||In Feet And Inches:- 6 ‘2″
In Meters:- 1.8 m
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Social Media Profile||Instagram, Twitter|
|Last Updated||May 2022|
Alejandro Tabilo Net Worth, Salary & Earnings in 2022
Alejandro Tabilo’s net worth is $5 million, which he earned as an Athlete through his work. The Athlete of Chile is a moniker he has earned throughout the years. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest athletes of all time. The primary source of income for Alejandro Tabilo’s net worth is his accomplishment as a Canadian athlete.
Alejandro Tabilo Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurement
Alejandro Tabilo, a Chilean tennis player, was born on June 2, 1997, in Toronto, Canada. As of May 2022, he is 25 years old. He stands at 188 cm tall and weighs 75 kg.
Alejandro Tabilo Personal Life
As far as we know, Alejandro Tabilo is married. We have no information about her wife’s name or kids. We only know that he is married and living a love life with her wife.
Alejandro Tabilo Professional Career
Alejandro Tabilo qualified for his first Grand Slam at the 2020 Australian Open in his first-year event. He overcame fellow qualifier Daniel Elahi Galán in the first round before falling in straight sets to John Isner in the second round of the Australian Open. At the time, he was ranked at 172nd in the world, which was his career-high rating. Chile Open 2020 wildcard Tabilo overcame Paolo Lorenzi in the first round before falling to Casper Ruud in the second. Alejandro Tabilo’s career-high position of no. 156 was achieved in September. He ranked 169th at the end of the year.
In the first round of qualification for the 2021 Australian Open, Tabilo fell to Hugo Dellien.
He beat Jozef Kovalk in the first round of the 2021 Chile Open after qualifying via a qualifying event. He was knocked out in the second round by fellow Chilean Cristian Garn, who went on to win the tournament. The 2021 Miami Open will be Tabilo’s debut Masters 1000 competition, and he has qualified for the main draw. He was knocked out in the first round by Mikael Ymer.
During the Lexington Challenger in July, Alejandro made his first final appearance in a Challenger tournament. Jason Kubler took the championship from him. Tabilo beat Denis Kudla in the Masters 1000 finals in October to earn a spot in the main tournament at the 2021 BNP Paribas Open. In his first encounter against a top-10 player, he fell to Matteo Berrettini in the second round.
The month later, at Guayaquil, Ecuador, Tabilo made it to his second Challenger final. He defeated Jesper de Jong to win his first Challenger championship in the final. Tabilo became the second-ranked Chilean singles player in the world, after Cristian Garn, after winning the event.