Julian Ocleppo

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Julian Ocleppo Tennis player
Nation: ItalyItaly Italy
Birthday: August 1, 1997
Size: 188 cm
Weight: 88 kg
Playing hand: Right, two-handed backhand
Trainer: Gianni Ocleppo
Prize money: $ 98,987
Career record: 0-0
Highest ranking: 309 (February 24, 2020)
Current placement: 309
Career record: 0: 1
Highest ranking: 167 (July 23, 2018)
Current placement: 207
Last update of the infobox:
February 24, 2020
Sources: official player profiles at the ATP / WTA and ITF (see web links )

Julian Ocleppo (born August 1, 1997 in Monaco ) is an Italian tennis player .


Ocleppo mainly plays on the lower class tournaments of the ITF Future Tour and ATP Challenger Tour , where he is significantly more successful in doubles. He has not yet been able to celebrate a single success, but has already won six double titles on the Future Tour. He is trained by his father Gianni Ocleppo , who used to be a tennis professional himself. His mother is the designer and entrepreneur Dee Ocleppo .

On the professional tour, Ocleppo played future tournaments at the beginning, where he won his first tournament at the age of 15. He then got a wildcard for the single and double field for the Challenger tournament in Andria , but was eliminated in the first round. In 2016 and 2017 he mainly played tournaments on the Future Tour again. Only in Recanati did he manage to jump into a Challenger finals alongside Andrea Vavassori , which they lost in the third set in a match tie break against the French pairing Jonathan Eysseric and Quentin Halys .

In 2018 , Ocleppo won his first title at the challenge level. After winning two future tournaments at the beginning of the year, he received a wildcard with Vavassori for the Challenger in Francavilla al Mare . In the final they were able to defeat the second seeded duo Ariel Behar and Máximo González in straight sets. He made his debut on the ATP World Tour at the Masters tournament in Rome . He again received a wildcard for double field with Vavassori, but was eliminated in the first round. After his second triumph on the Challenger Tour in Milan , he made it into the top 200 of the world rankings for the first time with 178th place.


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 (4)


Tournament victories

No. date competition Topping partner Final opponent Result
1. April 28, 2018 ItalyItaly Francavilla al Mare sand ItalyItaly Andrea Vavassori UruguayUruguay Ariel Behar Máximo González
7: 6 5 , 7: 6 3
2. June 30, 2018 ItalyItaly Milan sand ItalyItaly Andrea Vavassori EcuadorEcuador Gonzalo Escobar Fernando Romboli
4: 6, 6: 1, [11: 9]
3. July 21, 2018 ItalyItaly San Benedetto sand ItalyItaly Andrea Vavassori PeruPeru Sergio Galdós Federico Zeballos
6: 3, 6: 2
4th February 22, 2020 ItalyItaly Bergamo Hard court (i) Czech RepublicCzech Republic Zdeněk Kolář SwitzerlandSwitzerland Luca Margaroli Andrea Vavassori
6: 4, 6: 3

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