Gisela Dulko

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Gisela Dulko

Gisela Dulko (Spanish pronunciation: [xiˈsela ˈðulko]; born 30 January 1985) is a retired Argentine tennis player. Although she enjoyed modest success in singles, reaching a career-high ranking of world No. 26 and winning four WTA titles, her speciality was doubles, where she achieved the world No. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Gisela Dulko has received more than 141,994 page views. Her biography is available in 31 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 412th most popular tennis player.

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  • 140k

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  • 36.56

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 31

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 7.20

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.40

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among tennis players, Gisela Dulko ranks 412 out of 1,101Before her are Magdalena Maleeva, Karen Khachanov, Janette Husárová, Xavier Malisse, Sania Mirza, and Květa Peschke. After her are Wayne Ferreira, Judy Tegart-Dalton, Michaël Llodra, Camila Giorgi, Leander Paes, and Borna Ćorić.

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Among people born in 1985, Gisela Dulko ranks 221Before her are Michael Trevino, Giedo van der Garde, Kayla Ewell, Andrea Bargnani, James Lafferty, and Dieumerci Mbokani. After her are Aya Ueto, Raffael, Rafael Sóbis, Duško Tošić, Joakim Noah, and Luke Mitchell.

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In Argentina

Among people born in Argentina, Gisela Dulko ranks 449 out of 659Before her are Cristian Pavón (1996), Nelson Vivas (1969), Antonio Mohamed (null), Matías Fernández (1986), Diego Klimowicz (1974), and Eduardo Salvio (1990). After her are Cristian Daniel Ledesma (1982), Carlos Salem (1959), Marcelo Delgado (1973), Sebastián Lelio (1974), Juan Iturbe (1993), and Camila Bordonaba (1984).

Among TENNIS PLAYERS In Argentina

Among tennis players born in Argentina, Gisela Dulko ranks 12Before her are Guillermo Coria (1982), Pablo Cuevas (1986), Mariano Puerta (1978), Guillermo Cañas (1977), Leonardo Mayer (1987), and Diego Schwartzman (1992). After her are Juan Mónaco (1984), Paola Suárez (1976), Juan Ignacio Chela (1979), Jonathan Erlich (1977), Federico Delbonis (1990), and Fernando Meligeni (1971).

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