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Fernando Gonzalez's Equipment, Gear, and Accessories

Birthday: 7/29/80
Birthplace: Santiago, Chile
Residence: Santiago, Chile
Height: 6'(183 cm)
Weight:180 lbs (82 kg)
Plays: Right Handed
Turned Pro: 1999
Coach: --
Grand Slam Titles: --
Website: --
Fernando González's first ATP title came in 2000 when he defeated compatriot Nicolás Massú in the US Men's Clay Court Championships final. In 2002 González surpassed former number one player Marcelo Ríos as the top Chilean in the singles rankings, and was one of the most improved players on the ATP circuit, jumping 118 positions in the ATP Champions Race. In the 2004 Summer Olympics he had a tremendous outcome by winning gold in men's doubles and bronze in singles. In 2005, he made it to the quarter finals and in 2007 Australian open he reached the finals only losing to Federer. Throughout his career, González has defeated many former number-one players, including Lleyton Hewitt, Andre Agassi (both while they held the top spot), Andy Roddick and Pete Sampras.

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