Andrea Vavassori

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Andrea Vavassori Tennis player
Nation: ItalyItaly Italy
Birthday: May 5, 1995
Size: 193 cm
Weight: 78 kg
Playing hand: Right, one-handed backhand
Trainer: Davide Vavassori
Prize money: $ 90,064
Career record: 0-0
Highest ranking: 339 (June 10, 2019)
Current placement: 339
Career record: 0: 1
Highest ranking: 115 (July 30, 2018)
Current placement: 121
Last update of the infobox:
June 10, 2019
Sources: official player profiles at the ATP / WTA and ITF (see web links )

Andrea Vavassori (born May 5, 1995 in Turin ) is an Italian tennis player .


Vavassori started playing tennis when he was five. On the professional tour, he mainly plays on the third and second rate Future and Challenger Tour. So far he has won twelve doubles titles on the Future Tour.

He has been playing tournaments on the Future Tour regularly since 2015, although he seldom got beyond the second round in singles. He made a few finals in doubles, winning his first title in spring 2016. After further successes on the Future Tour, he finished the year in 321st place in the double world rankings . After playing almost exclusively future tournaments in the first half of 2017, he moved into his first final at this level with Julian Ocleppo at the Challenger tournament in Recanati , which they lost in just three sets. In November Vavassori celebrated his first title on the Challenger Tour. In Andria he and his compatriot Lorenzo Sonego reached the final, which they won in three sets against the top seeded pairing Sander Arends and Sander Gillé . He finished the year in 174th place, his best place to date.

2018 started successfully for Vavassori. In April he won his second challenger title in Francavilla al Mare alongside Ocleppo . A month later he made his debut on the ATP World Tour at the Masters tournament in Rome . With Ocleppo he received a wildcard for the double field, but lost the opening match against Pablo Cuevas and Marcel Granollers in two sets. After losing a Challenger final in Poznan , he won his third title in Milan in June . With this success he moved up to 126th place. In the individual, he has not yet made it into the top 500.


Legend (number of victories)
Grand Slam
ATP World Tour Finals
ATP World Tour Masters 1000
ATP World Tour 500
ATP World Tour 250
ATP Challenger Tour (5)


Tournament victories

No. date competition Topping partner Final opponent Result
1. November 25, 2017 ItalyItaly Andria Carpet (i) ItalyItaly Lorenzo Sonego NetherlandsNetherlands Sander Arends Sander Gillé
6: 3, 3: 6, [10: 7]
2. April 28, 2018 ItalyItaly Francavilla al Mare sand ItalyItaly Julian Ocleppo UruguayUruguay Ariel Behar Máximo González
7: 6 5 , 7: 6 3
3. June 30, 2018 ItalyItaly Milan sand ItalyItaly Julian Ocleppo EcuadorEcuador Gonzalo Escobar Fernando Romboli
4: 6, 6: 1, [11: 9]
4th July 21, 2018 ItalyItaly San Benedetto sand ItalyItaly Julian Ocleppo PeruPeru Sergio Galdós Federico Zeballos
6: 3, 6: 2
5. June 8, 2019 PolandPoland Poses sand SpainSpain David Vega Hernández SpainSpain Pedro Martínez Mark Vervoort
6: 4, 6: 7 4 , [10: 6]

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