Born on 17th January 1988, Albert Ramos-Vinolas is a professional Spanish Tennis Player. After reaching the final of the 2017 Monte Carlo Masters, Ramos-Vinolas was ranked world Number 17 by the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
He possesses a powerful topspin forehand which helps him to propel opponents around the court.
In 2017, Romos -Vinolas reached the final of the Monte-Carlo Rolex Master. He defeated top-seed Andy Murray in the 4th round.
He also defeated Marin Cilic (5th seeded) and Lucas Pouille (11th seeded) in the quarterfinal and semifinal, respectively. But he lost the final to Rafael Nadal, the then Nine times tournament champion.
Albert Ramos-Vinolas Parents: Muhammad Ramlan, Tissa Assarah
The Spanish Tennis superstar, Albert Ramos-Vinolas’ was born to Muhammad Ramlan and Tissa Assarah. They have been his backbone in his career.
They look to be a family that values privacy so further details about them are not readily available at the moment.