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Coria, Massu, Moya win Dutch openers

AMERSFOORT, Netherlands, July 18 (UPI) -- Top-seeded Guillermo Coria, 2004 Olympic gold medalist Nicolas Massu and former world No. 1 Carlos Moya were first-round winners Tuesday at the Dutch Open.

Berdych upset at Swedish Open

BASTAD, Sweden, July 11 (UPI) -- Unseeded Nicolas Almagro of Spain ousted third-seed Czech Tomas Berdych, 6-2, 7-6 (9-7), Tuesday in the first round of the Swedish Open at Bastad, Sweden.

Ljubicic, Blake among Hamburg winners

HAMBURG, Germany, May 15 (UPI) -- Croat Ivan Ljubicic and American James Blake were among Monday's opening-round winners at Germany's $2.45 million Masters Series Hamburg.

Coria, Ancic, Haas lose in Munich

MUNICH, Germany, May 2 (UPI) -- Top seeds Argentine Guillermo Coria and Croat Mario Ancic were first-round upset victims Tuesday at the BMW Open in Germany.

Srichaphan, Schuettler lose in BMW openers

MUNICH, Germany, May 1 (UPI) -- Sixth-seeded Thai Paradorn Srichaphan and local favorite Rainer Schuettler were both first-round losers Monday at the BMW Open in Munich, Germany.

Coria, Ferrer reach third round in Spain

BARCELONA, Spain, April 25 (UPI) -- Third-seeded Argentine Guillermo Coria and fifth-seeded Spaniard David Ferrer were among second-round winners at the $1.055 million Open SEAT event.

Federer, Nadal advance at Monte Carlo

MONTE CARLO, Monaco, April 21 (UPI) -- The world's No. 1 and No. 2 tennis players, Swiss Roger Federer and Spain's Rafael Nadal, won easy victories in the quarterfinal of the Monte Carlo Masters.

Federer, Nadal again win at Monte Carlo

MONTE CARLO, Monaco, April 20 (UPI) -- Roger Federer of Switzerland and Spain's Rafael Nadal were third-round winners Thursday at the Monte-Carlo Masters in Monaco.

Top 4 men move on in Monte-Carlo Masters

MONTE CARLO, Monaco, April 19 (UPI) -- The top four ranked men's tennis players in the world moved on to the third round of the Monte-Carlo Masters in Monaco.

Nadal, Ljubicic win Monte-Carlo openers

MONTE CARLO, Monaco, April 18 (UPI) -- Two of the top four seeds, Spaniard Rafael Nadal and Croat Ivan Ljubicic, were among Tuesday's first-round winners at the $2.55 million Monte-Carlo Masters.

Federer wins again at Melbourne

MELBOURNE, Jan. 21 (UPI) -- Roger Federer, the men's No. 1 seed, beat Max Mirnyi, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3, Saturday in the third round of the Australian Open at Melbourne.

Coria bumped out of Australian Open

MELBOURNE, Jan. 21 (UPI) -- Sixth-seeded Argentine Guillermo Coria fell to 25th-ranked Frenchman Sebastien Grosjean in four sets Saturday at the Australian Open in Melbourne.

Federer into Australian Open third round

MELBOURNE, Jan. 19 (UPI) -- Roger Federer of Switzerland posted a straight-set win over German Florian Mayer in Thursday's second-round action at the 2006 Australian Open. World No. 1 and the 2004 Melbourne titlist, Federer blasted Mayer 6-1, 6-4, 6-0 in just 72 minutes at Rod Laver

Puerta slapped with eight-year drug ban

LONDON, Dec. 21 (UPI) -- Mariano Puerta of Argentina has drawn an eight-year ban from the men's tennis circuit due to a positive drug test after the 2005 French Open final. The record ban was announced Wednesday by the Anti-Doping Tribunal of the International Tennis Federation.

Federer rolls on at Shanghai

SHANGHAI, Nov. 17 (UPI) -- Roger Federer Thursday ousted Guillermo Coria 6-0, 1-6, 6-2, at the 2005 Tennis Masters at Shanghai.
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Guillermo Coria
Guillermo Coria volleys in fourth set action for Men's Finals at NASDAQ-100 Open in Key Biscayne, FL, April 4, 2004.. Roddick defeated Guillermo Coria after Coria quit during the beginning of the fourth set. Coria experienced a back injury during the first set. Roddick was leading 6-7, 6-3, 6-1 when Coria stopped the match. (UPI Photo/Robert Stolpe)
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Infobox last updated on: 7 February 2009.

Guillermo Sebastián Coria (born January 13, 1982 in Rufino, Santa Fe Province), nicknames include El Mago (The Magician in Spanish) and El Chino, is a retired professional tennis player from Argentina who is best remembered for losing the 2004 French Open final. He was named after tennis champion and fellow countryman Guillermo Vilas.

Coria utilized the Head MicroGel Radical Pro. His racquet was strung with Luxilon Big Banger Original 16 String at a relatively low tension (50-52 pounds). His clothing sponsor was adidas.

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It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Guillermo Coria."
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