Manuel Alonso is a tennis player who was born on November 12, 1895, in San Sebastián, Spain, and passed away on 1984-10-11, and is a total of 1.75 m tall. This article will take a look at Manuel Alonso’s net worth.
Manuel Alonso’s professional career began in 1920 (amateur tour) and ended in retirement in the year 1938. Alonso plays right-handed (one-handed backhand). Alonso was inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 1977. You can find Alonso’s information at tennisfame.com with the link manuel-alonso.
Over an accomplished career, Alonso has reached a rank of No. 5 (1927, A. Wallis Myers)United States Lawn Tennis Association (1972). Official Encyclopedia of Tennis (First Edition), p. 424..
Manuel Alonso has a Wimbledon junior record of F (1921 Wimbledon Championships – Men’s Singles); and a US Open junior record of reaching the quarter finals (1922 U.S. National Championships – Men’s Singles; 1923 U.S. National Championships – Men’s Singles; 1925 U.S. National Championships – Men’s Singles; 1927 U.S. National Championships – Men’s Singles).
Alonso also played in the WHCC with a result of reaching the semi finals (World Hard Court Championships); WCCC with a result of achieving a number three ranking (World Covered Court Championships); and The Olympics with reaching the quarter finals (Tennis at the 1920 Summer Olympics – Men’s singles).
Manuel Alonso competed in doubles events with good results, including an Olympics record that includes reaching the quarter finals (Tennis at the 1924 Summer Olympics – Men’s doubles). Alonso competed in these team events: the Davis Cup with a record of F (1922 International Lawn Tennis Challenge).
So what is Manuel Alonso’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Manuel Alonso’s net worth in 2018 is:
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