I am very happy with the decision I made because I have new projects and can spend more time with my familyArgentine tennis player Coria retires Apr 28, 2009
The doctors say I will be out for up to three monthsCoria out for 3 months following surgery Aug 10, 2004
The difference was that Federer was physically on a higher levelFederer tops Coria for Hamburg title May 16, 2004
I'm very happy because I'm never going to forget this throughout my lifeIn Sports from United Press International Jun 03, 2003
This is probably the windiest pro match I've ever playedBlake advances at Monte Carlo Masters Apr 15, 2003
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.