No. 7 seed Joao Sousa wins 80 per cent of first-serve points en route to a victory against American Tim Smyczek in Chengdu on Monday. St. Petersburg Open Andrey Rublev, Daniil Medvedev and Joao Sousa pose for a photo on Wednesday at the Hermitage Museum.
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World Ranking # 182. Handedness right. Year Turned Pro 2008. Height 185 cm. Weight 74 kg. Favorited . ... while his ninth-ranked countryman was knocked out by Joao Sousa on Thursday. Sep 19, 2019.
Sousa J. - Balaji N. R16: 6-2, 3-6, 6-4: 1.17: 4.66: 12.10. Sousa J. - Viola M. 1R: 6-1, 7-6 5: 1.35: 3.03 Indian Wells: Round Result H A; 08.10. Nishikori K. - Sousa J. 1R: 6 5-7, 6-3, 6-2: 1.15: 5.51: 06.10. Sousa J. - Celikbilek A. Q-2R: 6-3, 7-5: 2.09: 1.70: 05.10. Sousa J. - Lilov V. Q-1R: 6-2, 6-0: 1.10: 6.31 Orleans challenger: Round Result H A; 28.09. Bemelmans R. - Sousa J. 1R: 6-4, 4-6, 6-4: 1.90: 1.83
Portuguese tennis player João Sousa has dropped to 173 in the world tennis ranking. João Sousa, who last weekend became the Portuguese player with the most singles victories in the Davis Cup, by winning his 26th triumph in Romania, has now fallen 23 places in the ATP hierarchy, led by Serbian Novak Djokovic.
The Portuguese with the most victories of singles in the Davis Cup, João Sousa, by winning his 26th triumph in Romania, dropped this 23 places in the ATP hierarchy, led by Serbian Novak Djokovic, ahead of Russian Daniil Medvedev and Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas.
In November 2015, Sousa reached a career-high and Portuguese-best ranking of world No. 33, following his second ATP World Tour singles title at the Valencia Open. In May 2016, he improved his personal ranking best, becoming the first Portuguese player to enter the top 30,  as a result of reaching his first Masters 1000 quarter-finals in ...
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João Sousa is the second highest-ranked Portuguese tennis player by the Association of Tennis Professionals as of July 26th 2021 behind Pedro Sousa. He competes in the ATP World Tour, where he has won three singles titles in a total of ten finals. A professional player since 2005, Sousa peaked at number 61 in the world junior ranking in 2007, shortly after entering the main draw of the Orange Bowl. In June 2009, he won his first singles tournament, a Futures in Spain. Sousa started playing ...