Last Updated on September 26, 2022
Born 30th of December, 1991; female Italian professional tennis player, Camila has proven to be outstanding on the court. The current Italy number 2 and world’s number 59th has shown class against some top players. Giorgio has also been praised to be the female version of male tennis legend Andre Agassi according to Italian player Andriano Panatta.
She was introduced to tennis at a young age while helping her brother play the game and discovered her abilities during the process. Since then, her father had placed her under some rigorous training sessions to further develop her skills.
Her parents are both Argentines of Italian origin and lived in Argentina before they moved to Italy. Her father was listed as one of the soldiers who fought for Argentina against the British during the Falklands war. The 30-year-old Italian tennis star is fully supported by her parents. While her father acts as her full-time coach, her mother handles her outfits.
She has won a total of 3 Singles titles with no Doubles titles and has a career highest ranking of 26 in the Singles which she achieved on the 22nd of October, 2018, and no significant ranking in the Doubles.
Camila has been coached by just one man so far and that man is her father, Sergi Giorgi. Sergi took charge of his daughter’s career development after noticing her abilities. He began developing and preparing her for the big stage at age 5 and has done well by molding her into a top-class player.
Sergi is an emigrant of Italy from La Plata, Argentina. He used to serve in the Argentine army and was listed for the Falklands war. However, he is a great lover of sports and commits his time to ensure his children enjoy sports just like him.
At the moment, Camila Giorgi is a professional tennis player while her younger brother, Amadeus, plays football at A.C.D Campodarsego in the Italian Serie D. Note that he also has a son who is studying to become an actor and lost his last daughter in a car crash at Paris.
His partnership with his daughter has been great as he was able to guide her into the professional circuit and win three (3) Singles titles. Camila was also able to achieve her career highest ranking of 26 in 2018 under the guidance of her father.
As stated before, Camila’s father, Sergio Giorgi has been her only coach since she started her career. However, she has been approached and offered free development training by several reputable coaches such as Nick Bollettieri. Nick offered her 6- months of free training under him when he discovered how good she is.
Camila debuted for her country, Italy during the 2014 Fed Cup and went on to play 14 Singles games and just a Doubles for the national team. She has a record of 7-7 in the Singles and lost the only Doubles game she represented her country. Some of her significant international victories have come against the likes of Madison Keys in her debut year and Kristina Mladenovic in 2016.
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Camila Giorgi’s achievements with different coaches
We have collected in the table the data about the trophies won by Camila Giorgi under the guidance of various coaches.
|Coaches||Year Of Completion||Titles|
|Sergi Giorgi||– till date||2015 Topshelf Open, 2018 Linz Open, 2020 WTA 1000 (Canada Masters)|
Camila is one of the finest female Italian tennis players at the moment and has faced some of the best players in her career. She has a lot of potential and has been unlucky not to have won many trophies so far.
Unfortunately, age does not seem to be on her side, and may hang her racket soon. Before then, we hope to see her play some of the best games of her life.