Jordi Arrese

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Jordi Arrese Tennis player
Nation: SpainSpain Spain
Birthday: August 29, 1964
Size: 175 cm
1st professional season: 1982
Resignation: 1996
Playing hand: Right
Prize money: $ 1,847,136
Career record: 224: 210
Career title: 6th
Highest ranking: 23 (November 4 1991)
Grand Slam record
Career record: 83: 112
Career title: 4th
Highest ranking: 62 (August 14 1995)
Grand Slam record
Grand Slam record
Olympic games
Sources: official player profiles at the ATP / WTA and ITF (see web links )

Jordi Arrese (born August 29, 1964 in Barcelona ) is a former Spanish tennis player .

Arrese reached the final in the men's singles at the 1992 Olympics in his hometown, in which he was defeated by the Swiss Marc Rosset in five sets.

In total, he won six singles and four doubles titles in his career. He reached his highest ranking in the ATP world rankings in 1991 with position 23.

Together with Juan Avendaño , Jordi Arrese led Spain to win the Davis Cup in 2004 . In October 2005 he was replaced by Emilio Sánchez .

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