Àlex Corretja i Verdegay (Catalan pronunciation: [ˈaɫəks kuˈrɛdʒə j βərðəˈɣaj]; born 11 April 1974, in Barcelona, Spain) is a former professional tennis player from Spain. During his career, he finished runner-up twice at the French Open (in 1998 and 2001). He won the ATP Tour World Championships in 1998 and reached his career-high singles ranking of World No. 2 in 1999. He also played a key role in helping Spain win its first-ever Davis Cup title in 2000. He became a temporary coach of British tennis player Andy Murray in April 2008 for the duration of the clay-court season and resumed the role in 2009. On 29 March 2011, Corretja and Murray parted company by mutual agreement. From 2012 until 2013, Corretja coached the Spanish Davis Cup team. He was replaced by Carlos Moyá.
How would Àlex Corretja be described?
Àlex Corretja would be described as Spanish tennis player.
What is Àlex Corretja subject of?
Àlex Corretja is subject of Medalists at the 2000 Summer Olympics, Olympic tennis players of Spain, Olympic bronze medalists for Spain, Spanish male tennis players, 1974 births, Living people, Olympic medalists in tennis, Tennis players at the 2000 Summer Olympics, Sportspeople from Barcelona, Catalan tennis players and Spanish tennis coaches.
What is the gender of Àlex Corretja?
Àlex Corretja is male.
How tall is Àlex Corretja?
Àlex Corretja is 180 cm tall.
What is the citizenship or nationality of Àlex Corretja?
Àlex Corretja is Spain.
Where does Àlex Corretja live?
Àlex Corretja lives in Barcelona.
Where was Àlex Corretja born?
Àlex Corretja was born in Barcelona.