Juan Manuel Cerundolo has a brother named Francisco Cerundolo, who is also a professional tennis player.
Francisco is the elder brother of Juan, who is more than three years older. Both of the Cerundolo siblings are doing well in their professional careers.
Both of them started their professional career in 2018, and in 2021, they became the first to reach back-to-back finals on the ATP Tour since Alexander and Mischa Zverev in 2017.
Juan Manuel Cerundolo is an Argentine professional tennis player with one ATP singles title.
As of July 2023, he is ranked No. 111 in the ATP singles, while his career high was No. 79, which he achieved on 31 January 2022.
Juan made his ATP main draw debut at the 2021 Cordoba Open and won the title.
Similarly, he won his first challenger title on clay in an all-teenage final at the 2021 Garden Open II Challenger in Rome, followed by his second and third in Italy and Bosnia, respectively.
Moreover, Cerundolo made his debut at the 2023 Wimbledon Championships as a direct entry into the main draw.
Juan Manuel Cerundolo Brother Francisco Cerundolo
Juan’s elder brother Francisco Cerundolo, born on August 13, 1998, is also a professional tennis player.
He currently ranks No. 19 in singles by the ATP, his career-high, which he achieved in June 2023.
Francisco made his debut on the ATP Tour at the 2019 Argentina Open. He made headlines at the 2021 Argentina Open after reaching his first ATP singles final as the first qualifier to contend for the title in 20 years.
Similarly, he made his main draw debut in a Grand Slam at the 2021 French Open as a lucky loser. He also represented Argentina at the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Siblings In Tennis
The Cerundolo Siblings are living their dreams on the ATP Tour together.
Francisco contested the first ATP Tour event in Cordabo, where his brother, Juan, was also competing, making them the first Argentine brothers in 40 years to appear in the same tournament.
They both registered their maiden ATP victory at the Cordabo Open on the same day.
Together, they have 3 ATP Tour titles; two for Francisco and one for Juan.
Besides, Juan also has a younger sister named Maria Constanza Cerundolo. Maria is a field hockey player.
She represented the Argentina women’s national hockey team and won a gold medal at the 2018 Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires.
Similarly, she was called into the senior national women’s team in 2019 and has been playing for the senior team since.