Did Fernando go to the Olympics?

He is the fourth man in history to have won an Olympic tennis medal in every color, with gold in doubles and bronze in singles from Athens 2004, and silver in singles from Beijing 2008….Fernando González.

Olympic Games (2008)
Career record 109–98
Career titles 3

Why did Fernando Gonzalez retire?

Gonzalez To Retire Following Miami “It’s 100 per cent personal. I realised I don’t have the energy to be where I want to be.” Gonzalez has been hampered by a knee injury over the past year, and has played just five tour-level events after undergoing surgery on his right hip in October 2010.

How old was González when he started playing tennis?

At age four, González spent his time playing both football and tennis. His father, who was an amateur tennis player, was able to convince his son to opt for tennis over football. He began playing tennis at the age of six.

When did Juan González win his first ATP tournament?

He played his first ATP tournament in Washington, defeating Ivan Ljubičić in the first round, before losing to Marc Rosset . González won his first ATP Tour title in May 2000 when he defeated Massú at the U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championships final in Orlando, Florida.

How old is Fernando González Ciuffardi?

Fernando Francisco González Ciuffardi ( American Spanish: [feɾˈnando ɣonˈsales]; born 29 July 1980) is a Chilean former professional tennis player. During his career he made it to at least the quarterfinals of all four Grand Slam tournaments.

What happened to Luis González Coach?

In November, at the end of the season, Stefanki ceased coaching González after a job offer from Roddick. On 12 December, González announced he had hired former Argentine player Martín Rodríguez as his new full-time coach for 2009.