Tennis player Rebecca Catherine Marino was born in Canada on December 16, 1990. She rose to number 38 in the WTA singles rankings on July 11, 2011.
In 2010 and 2011, Marino received Tennis Canada’s Female Player of the Year award twice. She made the decision to take an indefinite vacation from tennis in late February 2013.
She participated in the rowing team and studied English literature at the University of British Columbia during her vacation. She also had a Club Pro 1 coaching certification at the UBC Tennis Center.
Marino declared her intention to return to the professional circuit in October 2017, however, she was forced to wait because of ITF administrative rules.
She won the championship in her first event back, a $15k in Antalya, after becoming able to play again at the end of January 2018.
Rebecca Marino Parents: Joe Marino, Catherine Hungerford
Joe Marino and Catherine Hungerford are the biological parents of Rebecca Marino.
Rebecca Marino’s parents are from Italy, and they came to Vancouver before she turned two. Joe Marino the father of Rebecca is the proprietor of the construction company Marino General Contracting.
Catherine Hungerford is the mother of Rebecca Marino and wife of Joseph Angelo Marino.
Late Joe Marino the owner of the construction company Marino General Contracting is the father of the tennis player Rebecca Marino.
With terminal disease, Joe Marino lost a difficult, brave singles match on Wednesday. A multi-sport athlete all of his life, Rebecca Marino’s father, 59, is a Canadian tennis player.
As his only daughter entered the top 40 in the world at age 20, he began playing tennis later and found that he liked the fights he fought on the court just as much.
In a loving environment, Joseph Angelo Marino born on October 10, 1960, died in his Vancouver, British Columbia, home.
His devoted wife Catherine Hungerford, his children Rebecca and Steven, his mother Roberta, his sisters Diane and Nancy, and his numerous relatives from all across the country and the world are among those he left behind.