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Welcome to TennisPAL Chronicles the podcast to feed your passion for all things tennis!
Now 27, Guiliana Olmos is in the midst of a historic professional career. Though born in Austria and raised in California, Olmos represents her father’s birth country Mexico on an international level, which she’s done since she was just 16 years old. Olmos became the first Mexican player in the Open era to reach a WTA title at the Monterrey Open in 2019. She is ranked No#30 Doubles in the world and continues to make huge strides in her career. Guiliana shares her experiences at the Japan Tokyo Olympics and her feelings about walking among the best athletes in the world. We also have an in-depth discussion of the Mexican Tennis Federation and how it comes to the USTA player system.
Coaching team consists of Agustin Moreno and Leonardo Lavalle … Introduced to tennis by her father, but didn’t enjoy playing it until she was 11; love of competing and traveling motivated her to keep improving … Has younger twin sisters, Zoe and Sarah, who recently just graduated high school … Favorite surface is hard, favorite tournament is Acapulco and favorite player growing up was Kim Clijsters …
Best tennis memory so far is winning her first WTA doubles title with Desirae Krawczyk in Nottingham 2019 … Long-term career goals is to win a Grand Slam … Nickname is Gugu and would describe herself in one word as ‘fun’ Best friend is her dog, Toulouse … Favorite book is Relentless … Fluent in English, Spanish and German.
Giuliana Olmos is a professional tennis player ranked 343 in the world in singles and 30 in the world doubles. A 27 years old Fremont native, Giuliana played for the University of Southern California in college before going on the pro circuit for the last five years. The oldest of three girls, tennis has been a common thread as both her sisters, Sarah and Zoe also play tennis.