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Costa, Albert

Born: 1975 AD
Currently alive, at 40 years of age.
Nationality: Spanish
Categories: Tennis Player

1975 – Born on the 25th of June in Lleida.

1993 – He reached the French Open junior final and won the Orange Bowl.

1994 – He won two challenger series events and was named the ATP’s Newcomer of the Year.

1995 – Costa won his first top-level singles title at Kitzbühel.

1996 – He won three further titles.

1997 – He won another two singles titles and was part of the Spanish team that won the World Team Cup.

1998 – He won another two singles titles, including the Tennis Masters Series event in Hamburg. Three further titles followed in 1999.

2000 – Costa helped Spain win its first Davis Cup.

         – He also captured a bronze medal in the men’s doubles at the Olympic Games in Sydney, partnering Álex Corretja.

2005 – He captured his first tour doubles title.

2006 – His retirement from competitive professional tennis on the 21st of April, at the completion of the Open Seat in his hometown in Barcelona.