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Mariano Hood

Mariano Hood is a left-handed professional Argentine tennis player who specialized in doubles. In his career, Hood won 13 out of the 26 top level doubles finals he was in. He turned professional in 1993, and currently resides in his city of birth, Buenos Aires. He won $US806,888 in earnings and was coached by Daniel Orsanic. He won his first doubles title in Santiago, Chile in 1998 and Palermo in 2005 was his last title. On October 27, 2003, hood reached his highest doubles ranking of World Number 20. He partnered either Sebastian Prieto or Lucas Arnold Ker to win most of his doubles titles, however, he did have other partnerships as well. However, Hood was banned by the ITF of the illegal use of finasteride after he had made the French Open quarterfinals in 2005. He thus planned to retire from the professional circuit. Hood, however, made a comeback in 2008.

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