Tennis Career of Thomaz Bellucci
Bellucci won his first Futures tournament smaller in May 2007 in his home country. His first Challenger tournament, the Brazilian played in July of that year in Bogota ( Colombia ), where he reached the final straight away, but there was defeated in three sets. A week later he again reached the finals of the tournament in Cuenca ( Ecuador ), subject to there but again, this time in straight sets.
His first tournament on the ATP Tour Bellucci starred in Costa do Sauipe 2008, but lost there in the first round against the Ecuadorian Nicolas Lapentti. In February 2008 he won his first Challenger tournament in the Chilean capital Santiago de Chile to theArgentine Eduardo Schwank 6-4, 7-6. It was followed by other victories on the Challenger Tour in Florianópolis (Brazil), Tunis(Tunisia) and Rabat ( Morocco ). After the tournament victory in Tunis, the Brazilian was the first time among the top 100 world ranking. At the tournament in Costa do Sauipe 2009 Bellucci came through to the finals of the ATP tournament by including in the Preferred Professional Juan Carlos Ferrero beat. In the final he defeated Tommy Robredo of Spain in three sets.
His first ATP tournament Bellucci won in Gstaad 2009th There he sat down in the final against the German NachwuchshoffnugAndreas Beck 6-4, 7-6 through.Bellucci is a proven player Clay. Its Futures and Challenger titles he won all of them on this surface.
In February 2010 he won his second Titles on the ATP World Tour in Chile at the Movistar Open . He beat the No. 2 at set Argentinian Juan Monaco in three sets 6:2, 0:6 and 6:4. By this victory he arrived on the 28th Rank in the world rankings and thus to its best ever placing.
Profile and Biodata of Thomaz Bellucci
Full Name: Thomas Cocchiarali Bellucci
Date of Birth: 30th December 1987
Place of birth: Tiete, Brazil
Height: 188 cm
Weight: 82 kg
First Professional season: 2005
Prize money: 2,031,553 U.S. dollars
Career record: 84:84
Career titles: 2
Highest ranking: 21 (26 July 2010)
Current ranking: 37
Grand slam titles: 0
Career record: 17:32
Highest ranking: 115 (12 May 2008)
Current ranking: 207