Spanish tennis player Albert Ramos Vinolas played college tennis at the University of the Pacific in California. Ramos Vinolas is a gifted lefthander player who can grind down his opponents with heavy topspin forehands and double-handed backhands.
Ramos Vinolas reached a peak ranking of world number 17 in 2017. Like most Spaniards, he loves playing on clay. In 2017, he reached the finals at Monte Carlo where he lost to Rafael Nadal in straight sets. His best grand slam result came at the 2016 French Open where he reached the quarterfinals.
His idol when growing up was Alex Corretja. He is a fan of the Barcelona soccer club. His sponsors are Joma and Babolat. He has earned over $10 million in his career.
Albert Ramos Vinolas’ Sponsors
He has a clothing and shoe sponsorship contract with Joma. Joma is a Spanish company that produces footwear and apparel for a several ports.
Ramos Vinolas has a racquet contract with Babolat. He uses the Babolat Pure Drive racquet.