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Alberto Mancini

Alberto Cesar Mancini is a former professional tennis player from Argentina. He turned professional in 1987. In 1988, he won his first top-level singles title at Bologna, and his first tour doubles title at St. Vincent.

Mancini won the two most significant titles of his career in 1989. In April that year he won the Monte Carlo Open, defeating Boris Becker in the final 75, 26, 76, 75. In May he won the Italian Open, beating Andre Agassi in the final 63, 46, 26, 76, 61. Both events are now part of the Tennis Masters Series. Mancini also reached the quarter-finals of the 1989 French Open, his career-best performance at a Grand Slam event.

Mancini reached the final of the Italian Open again in 1991, but was forced to retire during the final against Emilio Sanchez with the score at 63, 61, 30. The last major final of Mancini's career was at the Lipton International players Championships in Florida in 1992, where he lost to Michael Chang 75, 75.

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