Victor Estrella makes DR Olympic team
The highest-ranked Dominican Republic tennis player ever, 35-year old Victor Estrella was in the Dominican Republic where he celebrated with friends after winning a slot in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
Next week he plays in Wimbledon where he will try to go beyond the third round of matches he previously won in the US Open 2014.
While he wasn’t high enough in the ATP ranking to make the team, he was chosen because he was classified top in Central America and the Caribbean.
Victor Estrella has been playing in the Davis Cup, Central American and Caribbean Games, Pan Am Games since 2002 and has been in the ATP top 100 for three years.
His career goal is to reach the quarterfinals of a major tennis event.
As of 15 June 2016, Estrella was ranked 76th in the world. His career high was 43 as of 13 July 2015. Over his career he has earned US$1,447,695 in prize money for singles and doubles combined.
Source: DR1, Atpworldtour
June 16, 2016
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