Alejandro Tabilo reached a career-high ATP singles ranking of No. 78 on May 16, 2022. His career-high ATP doubles ranking of 249, which he earned on February 22, 2021, is another accomplishment.
He participated in the 2020 ATP Cup and the 2022 ATP Cup as the No. 2 player for the Chilean squad. He played in a doubles rubber against Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies in his first match against Germany.
Who Is Alejandro Tabilo’s Father Ricardo Tabilo?
Alejandro Tabilo’s parents are Maria Tabilo and Ricardo Tabilo. His sibling’s name is Sebastian. After his birth, his family moved to Chile as a result of his father’s transfer there.
He had a tremendous ambition to pursue a tennis career ever since he was a little youngster. His parents agreed with his choice and insisted that he start taking tennis lessons as soon as possible.
He participated in a number of junior tennis events before going pro in 2015.