Alejandro Tabilo (born 2 June 1997) is a tennis player from Chile.
Tabilo’s career-high ATP singles ranking is World No. 78, which he achieved on May 16, 2022. He also has a career-high ATP doubles ranking of World No. 249, which he attained on February 22, 2021. As the Chilean team’s No. 2 player, he competed in the 2020 ATP Cup and the 2022 ATP Cup.
Tabilo competes for Chile in the Davis Cup, where he has a 1-3 record. In his first match against Germany, he competed in a doubles rubber against Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies.
Who is Alejandro Tabilo’s father Ricardo Tabilo?
Ricardo Tabilo is Alejandro Tabilo’s father, and Maria Tabilo is his mother.
Sebastian is the name of his sibling. His family relocated to Chile following his birth as a result of his father’s transfer to that country.
Since he was a child, he had a strong desire to pursue a career in tennis.
His parents supported him in his decision and insisted on him beginning tennis lessons at a young age.
Prior to turning pro in 2015, he competed in a number of junior tennis tournaments.