Albert Ramos Vinolas is a professional tennis player from Spain. He is currently ranked in the top 40 in singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), with a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 17 achieved in the 2017 Monte Carlo Masters final. Ramos-Vinolas has a baseline game similar to that of his countryman Rafael Nadal. He’s a counterpuncher who grinds opponents down with heavy topspin. His strongest shot is a heavy topspin forehand, which he uses to move opponents around the court. He can also use his forehand to produce clean winners by flattening it out. Although both wings can produce winners, his flatter forehand can result in a lot of unforced errors. Much like Nadal, Ramos-Vinolas is also most comfortable on clay.
During the 2011 season, Ramos-Vinolas competed in both ATP World Tour and Challenger tournaments. Ramos Violas received direct entry into his first ATP tournaments after second-round losses to Fabio Fognini and Tommy Robredo at the Chile and Argentina Opens, respectively. He won his first Grand Slam match at the French Open, defeating Javier Marti in the first round. In the second round, he was defeated by eventual quarterfinalist and World No. 5 Robin Söderling. Ramos-Vinolas reached his first ATP Quarterfinal at the Romanian Open, losing to Florian Mayer in straight sets after victories in Milan and the San Sebastian Challenger. Ramos-Vinolas’ ranking dropped to No. 87 in the world after his performance in Bucharest.
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He defeated Richard Gasquet to advance to the third round of the 2012 Indian Wells Masters, where he was defeated by Pablo Andujar. He defeated world no. 15 Feliciano López in the first round of the 2012 Miami Masters, but lost to Gasquet in the third round. In his only ATP final, he lost to reigning champion Andujar in an all-Spanish affair at the 2012 Grand Prix Hassan II in Casablanca.
Albert Ramos Vinolas’ net worth has been reported to be USD 24 million.
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