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Alejandro Tabilo

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Alias: Alejandro Tabilo Alvarez
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Bio He is a Chilean professional tennis player.

In 2009 he became Under-12 world champion, in October 2010 he made his debut in the ITF Junior Circuit and in 2011 he joined Nick Bollettieri's IMG academy in the United States, where he remained until 2015. In 2011 he played for Canada in the ITF World Junior Tennis Finals, winning all the matches played but Canada was eliminated in the round-robin. In 2012 he won the prestigious Orange Bowl Under 16 tournament in doubles, and in November of the same year he won the first ITF junior tournament in doubles. In July 2013 he won his first and only ITF junior singles tournament. In March 2015 he won his only Grade A tournament by winning the doubles at the Campeonato Internacional Juvenil de Tenis de Porto Alegre and the following month he reached 29th place in the world ranking of the category. He ended his experience among the juniors the following September after winning a tournament in singles and six in doubles.

He made his first professional appearances in 2013 on the ITF Futures circuit and began playing continuously towards the end of 2015. In August 2016 he made his debut on the Challenger circuit with a defeat in the Challenger de Gatineau. The following month he defeated the Chilean Nicolás Jarry in a Futures and from that moment his father encouraged him to compete for Chile, his parents' country of origin, despite having previously participated in the Junior Davis Cup for Canada. In December he raised his first professional trophies with victories in the singles and doubles finals of the Futures Chile F6.

In 2017 he won three ITF doubles titles, while in singles he did not go beyond the final lost in December at the Futures Chile F3 tournament. He had to wait another year to win a new title, which came in December 2018 in singles at the Dominican Republic F2. In February 2019 he won another ITF singles tournament in Kazakhstan and in May he played his first semi-final in a Challenger at the Puerto Vallarta Open, losing against John-Patrick Smith. In June he won a Romanian ITF tournament in doubles; in that period he collected other good results in singles in the Challengers, in August he entered the top 300 and in November he reached 206th position. Towards the end of the season he played two quarter-finals in doubles in Australian Challenger tournaments and in November he made his debut in the Davis Cup with Chile, he was only fielded in doubles paired with Marcelo Tomás Barrios Vera and lost the decisive point in the match against Germany.

He participated at the 2020 ATP Cup and the 2022 ATP Cup with the Chilean team as the No. 2 player.

Tabilo represents Chile at the Davis Cup, where he has a W/L record of 1–3. He participated in his first tie against Germany in a doubles rubber against Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies.

At his first tournament of the year, Tabilo qualified for his first Grand Slam at the 2020 Australian Open. He defeated fellow qualifier Daniel Elahi Galán in the first round, losing to John Isner in straight sets in the second round. This run resulted in his first top 200 ranking, reaching no. 172, a career-high at that moment.

Tabilo played home country tournament 2020 Chile Open via wildcard, and defeated Paolo Lorenzi in the first round, losing to Casper Ruud in the second round.

In September, Tabilo reached his career-high ranking of World No. 156. He finished the year at No. 169.

Tabilo tried to repeat his run on the 2021 Australian Open, but lost in first round of qualifying to Hugo Dellien.

At 2021 Chile Open, Tabilo won a spot through the qualifying tournament, and won his first round match to Jozef Kovalík. He lost to fellow Chilean and eventual champion Cristian Garín in the second round.

Tabilo qualified to the main draw of 2021 Miami Open, his first Masters 1000 tournament. He lost to Mikael Ymer in the first round.

In July, Alejandro reached his first Challenger final, at the Lexington Challenger. He lost the title to Jason Kubler.

In October, Tabilo qualified to the main draw of 2021 BNP Paribas Open, and got his first win on a Masters 1000 level, defeating Denis Kudla. He lost to Matteo Berrettini in the second round, in his first match against a top 10 player.

The following month, Tabilo reached his second Challenger final at Guayaquil, Ecuador. He won his first Challenger title defeating Jesper de Jong in the final. The title put Tabilo at a ranking of World No. 140, becoming the No. 2 Chilean ranked singles player, after Cristian Garín.

Tabilo participated in the 2022 ATP Cup where Chile defeated Norway (won his singles match against Viktor Durasovic) and Serbia in singles and in doubles partnering Tomás Barrios Vera but lost to Spain and Chile finished second in group A.

Tabilo qualified for 2022 Australian Open after beating Australian local James McCabe in three sets, followed by victories over Constant Lestienne and Elias Ymer in straight sets. He lost to 31st seed Carlos Alcaraz in the first round.

In February, he reached his first ever ATP final at the Córdoba Open as a qualifier, defeating Francisco Cerúndolo, Carlos Taberner, Sebastián Báez and World No. 14 and the tournament's top seed Diego Schwartzman each in straight sets. He lost in the final to Albert Ramos-Viñolas 6–4, 3–6, 4–6, despite holding a double break lead at 4–1 (30 - 15) in the third set.

At the 2022 Chile Open he reached the semifinals as a wildcard defeating top seed and compatriot Cristian Garín and sixth seed Miomir Kecmanović in the quarterfinals. As a result, he made his top 100 debut at World No. 98 on February 28, 2022.

He made his debut at the 2022 Wimbledon Championships and recorded his first win at this Major defeating Laslo Đere in a tight five set match with a super tiebreak in the fifth. He reached a career high ranking of world No. 68 on July 18, 2022 and a week later another career high of No. 64 and became the Chilean player No. 1.

He also recorded his first victory at the US Open defeating Kamil Majchrzak.

At the 2023 BNP Paribas Open as a qualifier, he reached the fourth round of a Masters for the first time in his career defeating another fellow qualifier Maximilian Marterer, 32nd seed Maxime Cressy and Jordan Thompson. Despite this result he dropped out of the top 175 on April 17, 2023.

He squared much better in the Challenger Tour level, where he won four titles between May and November and returned to the top 100 finishing the year at world No. 85, his highest year-end ranking.

At the 2024 ASB Classic he reached the final as a qualifier defeating Cameron Norrie by walkover and sixth seed Arthur Fils in straight sets. In the final he defeated Taro Daniel also in straight sets and lifted his maiden ATP title. It made him the first Chilean to win a hard-court ATP title since Fernando Gonzalez in 2007 (Beijing) and the third active Chilean ATP singles champion alongside Cristian Garin and Nicolás Jarry. As a result he reached the top 50 in the singles rankings on January 15, 2024 and became the Chilean No. 2 player.
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