Gisela Dulko

Tennis Player

Gisela Dulko was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on January 30th, 1985 and is the Tennis Player. At the age of 39, Gisela Dulko biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 30, 1985
Place of Birth
Buenos Aires, Argentina
39 years old
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Tennis Player
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Gisela Dulko Life

Gisela Dulko (Spanish pronunciation: [xi]sela ulko]; born 30 January 1985) is a retired Argentine tennis player. Despite modest success in singles, she debuted in a career-high ranking of world No. 1. Her forte was doubles, winning four WTA titles, where she rose to the world No. 26. 1 ranking and has gained 17 WTA titles. Dulko was a student at the University of Dulko, who was working with Flavia Pennetta, and the 2011 Australian Open. Eduardo Schwank and she both qualified in the 2011 US Open mixed-finals. Dulko upset a number of top players on the tour, including Maria Sharapova in the second round of Wimbledon in 2009, Samantha Stosur in the third round of Wimbledon in 2004, and Martina Navratilova in the final Grand Slam singles match in Navratilova.

Dulko retired from competitive tennis on November 18, 2012, at the age of 27.

Early life

Gisela was born and raised in Tigre, Argentina's Province. Alejandro, her brother, is seven years old, served as her mentor. Gisela was born in Ana and Estanislao Dulko, a Hungarian immigrant. She went from Argentina to Miami, Florida, at the age of 12, to pursue a professional tennis career.

Personal life

Fernando Gago, an Argentinian international footballer, was married in Dulko. The couple have two sons and a daughter. In 2021, the couple broke up after he had an affair with one of her relatives.


Gisela Dulko Career


She won three Grand Slam doubles, including Mara Emilia Salerni of the 2002 Australian Open with Angelique Widjaja, as a junior, and the 2001 Wimbledon Championships with Ashley Harkleroad.

She claimed her first WTA title on April 29th by defeating Sorana Cîrstea of Romania in the final of the Tier-III tournament in Budapest. Dulko captured her second WTA title at the Forest Hills Tier-IV competition on August 25, 2007, defeating Virginie Razzano. She captured her third WTA title at the Grand Prix SAR La Roka Meryem Tier-IV event on May 4, 2008, defeating Anabel Medina Garrigues.

She competed at the Hong Kong Tennis Classic with two Americans, CoCo Vandeweghe and Venus Williams, and then started the year with a quarter-final appearance at the Hobart International, losing to Iveta Beneová. Serena Williams, the eventual champion of the Australian Open, lost in the second round. When she defeated Americans Melanie Oudin and Jill Craybas in the first round of the Fed Cup, she gave her team their only victories. She reached her first final of the year in the Copa Sony Ericsson Colsanitas, but she lost to Mara José Martnez Sánchez. She then advanced to the quarterfinals of the Monterbey Open and the Porsche Grand Prix, as well as the third round of mandatory participation in Indian Wells and Miami. However, she failed in the second rounds of the Internazionali BNL d'Italia and Internationaux de Strasbourg, and she and the Madrid Open and the Aegon International both failed in the first round.

She advanced to the third round of the next two Grand Slams, losing to Dominika Cibulková at the French Open and then to Nadia Petrova at Wimbledon after she upset the 24th seed Maria Sharapova in three sets in the second round.

Martnez Sánchez was defeated again at the Swedish Open, this time in the semi-finals. She also failed to qualify for the Rogers Cup after making first-round exits in the Internazionali Femminili di Palermo and the Pilot Pen Tennis Championships. She made it to the round of 16 before falling to Kateryna Bondarenko 0–6, 0–6 in just 47 minutes. She reached the second round of the Toray Pan Pacific Open last year before losing in three sets to Beneová.

She appeared at the Hong Kong Tennis Classic again, won Silver Group Championships with Venus Williams and Michael Chang, and then began the year at Hobart International, losing to Medina Garrigues in the quarter finals. She defeated Ana Ivanovic in the second round of the Australian Open before losing to ninth seed Vera Zvonareva. She then competed in Copa BBVA-Colsanitas as the top seed and advanced to the semi-finals before being disqualified by Angelique Kerber. She took the doubles title with Edina Gallovits in the same tournament. She appeared in the Abierto Mexicano Telcel as the third seed but lost in the semi-finals to Carla Suárez Navarro, who was fifth-seeded.

She won her first victory of her career by defeating the former world No. 31st at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells on September 31st. Justine Henin, 1, is the head of a multi-star team in the United Kingdom. She fell to the No. Among the third round contenders. Agnieszka Radwa, a 5 seed, was among Agnieszka Radwa.

Dulko defeated Olga Govortsova and the No. runner at the Sony Ericsson Open, beating them in the third round. Alona Bondarenko, a 21-year-old seed. She then lost to Marion Bartoli. Dulko and Flavia Pennetta won their first WTA Premier title in three sets over Petrova and Samantha Stosur.

Dulko and Pennetta also won the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart and the Internazionali d'Italia in Rome, extending their winning streak to 19 matches before losing in the final of the Madrid Open to Serena and Venus Williams.

With a victory over the No. 1, Dulko caused the first upset of the French Open. Victoria Azarenka, a ten seed, is on the 10th seed. In the second round, Dulko was defeated by Chanelle Scheepers. Monica Niculescu defeated Dulko in the first round of her Wimbledon campaign. The doubles competition pitted She and Pennetta in the semi-finals.

Dulko was first seeded 4th at the Swedish Open in Bratislav, where she was also ranked 4th. Despite the fact that Dulko defeated Pennetta in the semi-finals, the French No. 1 fell in the final to the French No. 96. In three sets, Aravane Reza, a two seed, defeated in three sets. Dulko and Pennetta continued to defend their doubles title by defeating Renata Vorává and Barbora Záhlavová-Strcová.

At the Rogers Cup in Montreal, Dulko and Pennetta won a marathon doubles final, defeating Kvta Peschke and Katarina Srebotnik for their fifth title of the season. The US Open, which hosted the top seeds but lost in the quarter-finals to Vania King and Yaroslava Shvedova, the eventual champions. Dulko advanced to the third round of the singles before losing to the No. 5 in the singles. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, a 20 seed.

Dulko made it to the second round of the China Open in Beijing before losing to Maria Kirilenko. Dulko and Pennetta failed in the final to Olga Govortsova and Chan Yung-jan in the doubles, before winning their sixth event of the season at the Kremlin Cup in Moscow. Dulko and Pennetta were among the top seeds in Doha, and they defeated Peschke and Srebotnik in the final to win the year-end championship.

Dulko became the world No. 1 on November 1, 2010. 1 ranked doubles player.

Dulko and Pennetta were to win their first Grand Slam event title at the 2011 Australian Open, beating Azarenka and Kirilenko 2–6, 7–1, 6–1.

Dulko qualified for the first singles final of the year at Abierto Mexicano Telcel, where she was the fourth seed. She claimed her fourth singles title in a row over Arantxa Parra Santonja. She struggled in her first three tournaments, losing in the first round of Miami, Madrid, and Rome, and only getting to the second round of the BNP Paribas Open, but she found her form again at the French Open, defeating 2010 finalist Stosur in three sets. In the second set of her match against Bartoli, she was forced to withdraw due to a leg injury.


Gisela Dulko Awards


  • 2010 — WTA Award for Doubles Team of the Year (with Flavia Pennetta)
  • 2010 — ITF Doubles World Champion (with Flavia Pennetta)
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