Daniel Gimeno-Traver

Daniel Gimeno-TraverName: Daniel Gimeno-Traver
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Daniel Gimeno-Traver comes from Spain the same as 32 other players in the 2013 Australian Open and the 5th most represented country. Daniel Gimeno-Traver’s place of birth is Valencia, Spain.

2013 Australian Tennis Open

Daniel Gimeno-Traver was born in 1985 on the 7th August the same year as 41 other players and also a older player, with the average year of birth being 1987. Of the 599 players we assessed here, Daniel Gimeno-Traver being born in August represents 6.68% of the 599 players, the highest birth month being May which represents a 11.69%.

Join Sportingbet AustraliaHeight and Weight

We have a recorded height of 1.83 metres for Daniel Gimeno-Traver, when compared with other players the tallest player in the competition is 2.08 metres and the shortest is 1.55 metres, with the average being 1.81 metres, this makes Daniel Gimeno-Traver 0.02 metres taller than the average player.

Daniel Gimeno-Traver weighs in at 80 kilos the heaviest player weighed in at 104.5 and the lightest at 45 kilos, the average player weight is 73.73 and therefore makes Daniel Gimeno-Traver 6.26 kilos heavier than the average.

Tennis Playing Style

Daniel Gimeno-Traver is recorded as a Right hand player, the same as 356 other players in the competition, of the 419 players we analysed for this statistic, 84.9% play right handed and 15.1% play left handed.

Current Statistics & Tennis Playing History

Daniel Gimeno-Traver has a current singles ranking of 71 and a doubles ranking of 142. We have Daniel Gimeno-Traver as having played a total of 4 Australian Opens.

For the 2013 Australian Open Daniel Gimeno-Traver entered the Men’s Singles and Men’s Doubles.

Daniel Gimeno-Traver’s best singles result was the 1st Round in 2009 and 2010 and 2011 and 2012. Daniel Gimeno-Traver’s best doubles result was the 2nd Round in 2011.

Daniel Gimeno-Traver turned professional in 2004 the same as 29 other players in the Australian Open. Since then Daniel Gimeno-Traver has won 51 career matches and lost 97.

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