Fernando Meligeni

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Fernando Ariel Meligeni (born April 12, 1971), nicknamed Fininho (diminutive form in Portuguese for thin), is an Argentine-born Brazilian former professional tennis player. He won 3 singles titles and reached the semi-finals of both the 1999 French Open and the 1996 Summer Olympics. He was well-known because of his capacity of fighting at the court, taking matches to the limit (tiebreaks and five sets). Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Fernando Meligeni has received more than 65,914 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Fernando Meligeni is the 505th most popular tennis player (up from 555th in 2019), the 682nd most popular biography from Argentina (down from 528th in 2019) and the 14th most popular Argentinean Tennis Player.

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Among tennis players, Fernando Meligeni ranks 505 out of 1,148Before him are Mark Philippoussis, Katarina Srebotnik, Marcelo Filippini, Borna Ćorić, Igor Andreev, and Miriam Oremans. After him are Betsy Nagelsen, Pablo Carreño Busta, Michael Russell, Ryan Sweeting, Ekaterina Makarova, and Nathalie Dechy.

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Among people born in 1971, Fernando Meligeni ranks 547Before him are Renée Elise Goldsberry, Gilles De Bilde, Johan Mjällby, Dietmar Kühbauer, David Khakhaleishvili, and Dragutin Topić. After him are Ahmed Al Safi, BT, Nick Oliveri, Lawrence Gilliard Jr., Tommy Dreamer, and Wim Vansevenant.

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In Argentina

Among people born in Argentina, Fernando Meligeni ranks 682 out of 900Before him are Mauro Rosales (1981), Gonzalo Bergessio (1984), Facundo Ferreyra (1991), Jorge Borelli (1964), Lucas Pratto (1988), and Julie Gonzalo (1981). After him are José María López (1983), Jonathan Calleri (1993), Fabián Cancelarich (1965), Brenda Asnicar (1991), José María Basanta (1984), and Óscar Ustari (1986).

Among TENNIS PLAYERS In Argentina

Among tennis players born in Argentina, Fernando Meligeni ranks 14Before him are Guillermo Cañas (1977), Gisela Dulko (1985), Pablo Cuevas (1986), Paola Suárez (1976), Juan Mónaco (1984), and Jonathan Erlich (1977). After him are Juan Ignacio Chela (1979), Patricia Tarabini (1968), Diego Schwartzman (1992), Leonardo Mayer (1987), Javier Frana (1966), and José Acasuso (1982).