Nicola Pietrangeli

1933 - Today

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Nicola "Nicky" Pietrangeli (Italian pronunciation: [niˈkɔːla pjeˈtrandʒeli]; born 11 September 1933) is an Italian former tennis player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Nicola Pietrangeli has received more than 208,995 page views. His biography is available in 23 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 20 in 2019). Nicola Pietrangeli is the 66th most popular tennis player (up from 75th in 2019), the 57th most popular biography from Tunisia (up from 63rd in 2019) and the most popular Tunisian Tennis Player.

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Among tennis players, Nicola Pietrangeli ranks 66 out of 1,569Before him are Kea Bouman, William Renshaw, Bobby Riggs, Margaret Scriven, Dorothy Shepherd-Barron, and Maria Sharapova. After him are Momčilo Tapavica, Althea Gibson, Anna Kournikova, R. Norris Williams, Doris Hart, and Juan Gisbert Sr..

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Among people born in 1933, Nicola Pietrangeli ranks 159Before him are Kerstin Ekman, John Aniston, Geraldo Majella Agnelo, Andrei Voznesensky, Diane Cilento, and Ludovico Scarfiotti. After him are Gregory III Laham, Asha Bhosle, Michel Sabbah, Debra Paget, Jörn Donner, and Françoise Fabian.

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In Tunisia

Among people born in Tunisia, Nicola Pietrangeli ranks 57 out of 210Before him are Clitomachus (-187), Sabinianus (200), Hannibal Mago (-471), Yusuf ibn 'Abd al-Rahman al-Fihri (711), Asad ibn al-Furat (759), and Al-Mansur Billah (913). After him are Abdellatif Kechiche (1960), Ahmed Hachani (1956), Bertrand Delanoë (1950), Hannibal Gisco (-300), Bahi Ladgham (1913), and Mohamed Bouazizi (1984).


Among tennis players born in Tunisia, Nicola Pietrangeli ranks 1After him are Pierre Darmon (1934), Ons Jabeur (1994), Selima Sfar (1977), Marc Gicquel (1977), and Malek Jaziri (1984).