Andrés Gómez

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Andrés Gómez
Andrés Gómez Roland Garros 2012.JPG > > > Country >  Ecuador > > > Residence > Guayaquil, Ecuador > > > Born > (1960-02-27) February 27, 1960 (age 54)
Guayaquil, Ecuador > > >
Height > 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in) > > > Turned pro > 1979 > > > Retired > 1995 > > > Plays > Left-handed (one-handed backhand) > > > Prize money > $4,385,130 > > > Singles > > > Career record > 523–267 > > > Career titles > 21 > > > Highest ranking > No. 4 (June 11, 1990) > > > Grand Slam Singles results > > > Australian Open > 4R (1990) > > > French Open > W (1990) > > > Wimbledon > QF (1984) > > > US Open > QF (1984) > > > Other tournaments > > > Tour Finals > SF (1985) > > > WCT Finals > SF (1987) > > > Doubles > > > Career record > 369–194 > > > Career titles > 33 > > > Highest ranking > No. 1 (September 15, 1986) > > > Grand Slam Doubles results > > > Australian Open > 2R (1992) > > > French Open > W (1988) > > > Wimbledon > SF (1987) > > > US Open > W (1986) > > > Last updated on: April 9, 2012. > >

Andrés Gómez Santos (born February 27, 1960, in Guayaquil, Ecuador) is an Ecuadorian former professional tennis player, best known for winning the Men's Singles title at the French Open in 1990.

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  class="toclevel-1 tocsection-1">1 Career   class="toclevel-1 tocsection-2">2 Path to the French Open title

  class="toclevel-1 tocsection-3">3 Major finals  >   class="toclevel-2 tocsection-4">3.1 Grand Slam finals  >

  class="toclevel-3 tocsection-5">3.1.1 Singles: 1 (1–0)   class="toclevel-2 tocsection-6">3.2 Doubles: 2 (2–0)

  class="toclevel-1 tocsection-7">4 Career finals  >

  class="toclevel-2 tocsection-8">4.1 Singles: 35 (21–14)   class="toclevel-2 tocsection-9">4.2 Doubles: 51 (33–18)

  class="toclevel-1 tocsection-10">5 Performance timeline  >

  class="toclevel-2 tocsection-11">5.1 Singles   class="toclevel-2 tocsection-12">5.2 Doubles   class="toclevel-1 tocsection-13">6 References   class="toclevel-1 tocsection-14">7 External links

 >Career[edit]

Gómez turned professional in 1979. Early success in his career came mainly in doubles competition. He won five doubles titles in 1980, and seven in 1981.

In 1986, Gómez attained the World No. 1 doubles ranking. He won seven doubles events that year, including the US Open men's doubles title (partnering Slobodan Živojinović). Gómez won a second Grand Slam men's doubles title in 1988 at the French Open (partnering Emilio Sánchez).

His first top-level singles title came in 1981 in Bordeaux. He then won the Italian Open in 1982, beating Eliot Teltscher in the final (6–2, 6–3, 6–2), and again in 1984, when he defeated Aaron Krickstein in four sets (2–6, 6–1, 6–2, 6–2).

The crowning achievement of Gómez's career came in 1990 when he reached his first (and only) Grand Slam singles final at the French Open. There he faced 19 year-old Andre Agassi who, like Gómez, was playing in his first Grand Slam singles final. The up-and-coming American star was considered the favourite, but Gómez seized the moment and claimed the title with a four-set win (6–3, 2–6, 6–4, 6–4). Gómez reached his career-high singles ranking of World No. 4 later that year.

Over the course of his career, Gómez won 21 singles and 33 doubles titles. His last singles title was won in 1991 in Brasília. His final doubles title came in 1992 in Barcelona.

 >Path to the French Open title[edit]

Gomez had to defeat the following people in order to win the Grand Slam French Open title over Agassi.

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Round

 >

Defeated

 >

Score

 >

Opponent's Rank

 >

Notes

 > >  >

First Round

 >

Spain Fernando Luna

 >

7–6(7–2), 6–1, 7–6(7–5)

 >

163

 >

 > >  >

Second Round

 >

Uruguay Marcelo Filippini

 >

7–6(7–5), 6–2, 6–1

 >

62

 >

 > >  >

Third Round

 >

Soviet Union Alexander Volkov

 >

6–2, 7–5, 4–6, 6–3

 >

92

 >

 > >  >

Fourth Round

 >

Sweden Magnus Gustafsson

 >

W/O

 >

19

 >

 > >  >

Quarterfinals

 >

France Thierry Champion

 >

6–3, 6–3, 6–4

 >

191

 >

 > >  >

Semifinal

 >

Austria Thomas Muster

 >

7–5, 6–1, 7–5

 >

9

 >

Muster went on to win the French Open in 1995.

 > >  >

Final

 >

United States Andre Agassi

 >

6–3, 2–6, 6–4, 6–4

 >

5

 >

Agassi went on to win 8 Grand Slams, including the 1999 French Open.  > >

 >Major finals[edit]  >Grand Slam finals[edit]  >Singles: 1 (1–0)[edit]

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Outcome

 >

Year

 >

Championship

 >

Surface

 >

Opponent

 >

Score

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Winner > 1990 > French Open > Clay > United States Andre Agassi > 6–3, 2–6, 6–4, 6–4  > >

 >Doubles: 2 (2–0)[edit]

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Outcome

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Year

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Championship

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Surface

 >

Partner

 >

Opponents

 >

Score

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Winner > 1986 > US Open[1] > Hard > Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Živojinović > Sweden Joakim Nyström
Sweden Mats Wilander >
4–6, 6–3, 6–3, 4–6, 6–3

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Winner > 1988 > French Open > Clay > Spain Emilio Sánchez > Australia John Fitzgerald
Sweden Anders Järryd >
6–3, 6–7, 6–4, 6–3  > >

 >Career finals[edit]  >Singles: 35 (21–14)[edit]

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Legend

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Grand Slam (1–0)

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Tennis Masters Cup (0–0)

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Championship Series (1–1)

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Grand Prix (19–13)  > >

 >

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Titles by Surface

 > >  >

Hard (4–3)

 > >  >

Clay (16–7)

 > >  >

Grass (0–0)

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Carpet (1–4)  > >

 > >

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Outcome

 >

No.

 >

Date

 >

Championship

 >

Surface

 >

Opponent

 >

Score

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

1.

 >

1980

 >

Sarasota, US

 >

Clay

 >

United States Eddie Dibbs

 >

1–6, 1–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

1.

 >

1981

 >

Bordeaux, France

 >

Clay

 >

France Thierry Tulasne

 >

7–6, 7–6, 6–1

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

2.

 >

1981

 >

Santiago, Chile

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

4–6, 5–7

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

3.

 >

1982

 >

Denver, US

 >

Carpet

 >

United States John Sadri

 >

6–4, 1–6, 4–6

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Winner

 >

2.

 >

1982

 >

Rome, Italy

 >

Clay

 >

United States Eliot Teltscher

 >

6–2, 6–3, 6–2

 > >  >

Winner

 >

3.

 >

1982

 >

Quito, Ecuador

 >

Clay

 >

France Loïc Courteau

 >

6–3, 6–4

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

4.

 >

1983

 >

North Conway, US

 >

Clay

 >

Argentina José Luis Clerc

 >

3–6, 1–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

5.

 >

1983

 >

Indianapolis, US

 >

Clay

 >

United States Jimmy Arias

 >

4–6, 6–2, 4–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

4.

 >

1983

 >

Dallas, US

 >

Hard

 >

United States Brian Teacher

 >

6–7, 6–1, 6–1

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

6.

 >

1983

 >

Tokyo, Japan

 >

Hard

 >

United States Eliot Teltscher

 >

5–7, 6–3, 1–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

5.

 >

1984

 >

Nice, France

 >

Clay

 >

Sweden Henrik Sundström

 >

6–1, 6–4

 > >   bgcolor="#dfe2e9">

Winner

 >

6.

 >

1984

 >

Rome, Italy

 >

Clay

 >

United States Aaron Krickstein

 >

2–6, 6–1, 6–2, 6–2

 > >  >

Winner

 >

7.

 >

1984

 >

Washington, US

 >

Clay

 >

United States Aaron Krickstein

 >

6–2, 6–2

 > >  >

Winner

 >

8.

 >

1984

 >

Indianapolis, US

 >

Clay

 >

Hungary Balázs Taróczy

 >

6–0, 7–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

9.

 >

1984

 >

Hong Kong, UK

 >

Hard

 >

Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd

 >

6–3, 6–2

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

7.

 >

1984

 >

Wembley, UK

 >

Carpet

 >

Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl

 >

6–7, 2–6, 1–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

8.

 >

1985

 >

Indianapolis, US

 >

Clay

 >

Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl

 >

1–6, 3–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

10.

 >

1985

 >

Hong Kong, UK

 >

Hard

 >

United States Aaron Krickstein

 >

6–3, 6–3, 3–6, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

11.

 >

1986

 >

Indianapolis, US

 >

Clay

 >

France Thierry Tulasne

 >

6–4, 7–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

12.

 >

1986

 >

Florence, Italy

 >

Clay

 >

Sweden Henrik Sundström

 >

6–3, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

13.

 >

1986

 >

Boston, US

 >

Clay

 >

Argentina Martín Jaite

 >

7–5, 6–4

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

9.

 >

1986

 >

Kitzbühel, Austria

 >

Clay

 >

Czechoslovakia Miloslav Mečíř

 >

4–6, 6–4, 1–6, 6–2, 3–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

10.

 >

1986

 >

Hong Kong, UK

 >

Hard

 >

India Ramesh Krishnan

 >

6–7, 0–6, 5–7

 > >  >

Winner

 >

14.

 >

1986

 >

Itaparica, Brazil

 >

Hard

 >

France Jean-Philippe Fleurian

 >

4–6, 6–4, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

15.

 >

1987

 >

Forest Hills, US

 >

Clay

 >

France Yannick Noah

 >

6–4, 7–6, 7–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

11.

 >

1987

 >

Frankfurt, Germany

 >

Carpet

 >

United States Tim Mayotte

 >

6–7, 4–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

12.

 >

1988

 >

Stuttgart, Germany

 >

Clay

 >

United States Andre Agassi

 >

4–6, 2–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

13.

 >

1988

 >

Washington, US

 >

Hard

 >

United States Jimmy Connors

 >

1–6, 4–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

16.

 >

1989

 >

Boston, US

 >

Clay

 >

Sweden Mats Wilander

 >

6–1, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

17

 >

1989

 >

Barcelona, Spain

 >

Clay

 >

Austria Horst Skoff

 >

6–4, 6–4, 6–2

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Runner-up

 >

14.

 >

1990

 >

Philadelphia, US

 >

Carpet

 >

United States Pete Sampras

 >

6–7, 5–7, 2–6

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Winner

 >

18.

 >

1990

 >

Barcelona, Spain

 >

Clay

 >

Argentina Guillermo Pérez-Roldán

 >

6–0, 7–6, 3–6, 0–6, 6–2

 > >  >

Winner

 >

19.

 >

1990

 >

Madrid, Spain

 >

Clay

 >

Switzerland Marc Rosset

 >

6–3, 7–6

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Winner

 >

20.

 >

1990

 >

French Open, Paris

 >

Clay

 >

United States Andre Agassi

 >

6–3, 2–6, 6–4, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

21.

 >

1991

 >

Brasília, Brazil

 >

Carpet

 >

Spain Javier Sánchez

 >

6–4, 3–6, 6–3  > >

 >Doubles: 51 (33–18)[edit]

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Outcome

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No.

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Date

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Tournament

 >

Surface

 >

Partner

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Opponents

 >

Score

 > >  >

Winner

 >

1.

 >

1980

 >

Sarasota, US

 >

Clay

 >

Ecuador Ricardo Ycaza

 >

Australia David Carter
United States Rick Fagel

 >

6–3, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

2.

 >

1980

 >

Hamburg, Germany

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Heinz Gildemeister

 >

West Germany Reinhart Probst
West Germany Max Wunschig

 >

6–3, 6–4

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

1.

 >

1980

 >

Boston, US

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

United States Gene Mayer
United States Sandy Mayer

 >

6–1, 4–6, 4–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

3.

 >

1980

 >

Washington, US

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

United States Gene Mayer
United States Sandy Mayer

 >

6–4, 7–5

 > >  >

Winner

 >

4.

 >

1980

 >

Madrid, Spain

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Czechoslovakia Jan Kodeš
Hungary Balázs Taróczy

 >

3–6, 6–3, 10–8

 > >  >

Winner

 >

5.

 >

1980

 >

Quito, Ecuador

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Argentina José Luis Clerc
Chile Belus Prajoux

 >

6–3, 1–6, 6–4

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

2.

 >

1980

 >

Bogotá, Colombia

 >

Clay

 >

Ecuador Ricardo Ycaza

 >

Chile Álvaro Fillol
Brazil Carlos Kirmayr

 >

4–6, 3–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

3.

 >

1981

 >

Viña del Mar, Chile

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Belus Prajoux

 >

Australia David Carter
Australia Paul Kronk

 >

1–6, 2–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

6.

 >

1981

 >

Hamburg, Germany

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Australia Peter McNamara
Australia Paul McNamee

 >

6–4, 3–6, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

7.

 >

1981

 >

Rome, Italy

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

United States Bruce Manson
Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd

 >

7–5, 6–2

 > >  >

Winner

 >

8.

 >

1981

 >

Brussels, Belgium

 >

Clay

 >

Argentina Ricardo Cano

 >

Brazil Carlos Kirmayr
Brazil Cassio Motta

 >

6–2, 6–2

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

4.

 >

1981

 >

Boston, US

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Mexico Raúl Ramírez
Czechoslovakia Pavel Složil

 >

4–6, 6–7

 > >  >

Winner

 >

9.

 >

1981

 >

Bordeaux, France

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Belus Prajoux

 >

United States Jim Gurfein
Sweden Anders Järryd

 >

7–5, 6–3

 > >  >

Winner

 >

10.

 >

1981

 >

Madrid, Spain

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Switzerland Heinz Günthardt
Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd

 >

6–2, 3–6, 6–3

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

5.

 >

1981

 >

Barcelona, Spain

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Sweden Anders Järryd
Sweden Hans Simonsson

 >

1–6, 4–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

11.

 >

1981

 >

Quito, Ecuador

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Australia David Carter
Ecuador Ricardo Ycaza

 >

7–5, 6–3

 > >  >

Winner

 >

12.

 >

1981

 >

Santiago, Chile

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Argentina Ricardo Cano
Chile Belus Prajoux

 >

6–2, 7–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

6.

 >

1982

 >

Washington, US

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Mexico Raúl Ramírez
United States Van Winitsky

 >

5–7, 6–7

 > >  >

Winner

 >

13.

 >

1982

 >

Bordeaux, France

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Sweden Anders Järryd
Sweden Hans Simonsson

 >

6–4, 6–2

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

7.

 >

1983

 >

Caracas, Venezuela

 >

Hard

 >

Romania Ilie Năstase

 >

Chile Jaime Fillol Sr.
United States Stan Smith

 >

7–6, 4–6, 3–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

8.

 >

1983

 >

Johannesburg, South Africa

 >

Hard

 >

United States Sherwood Stewart

 >

United States Steve Meister
United States Brian Teacher

 >

7–6, 6–7, 2–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

9.

 >

1984

 >

Nice, France

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Sweden Jan Gunnarsson
Denmark Michael Mortensen

 >

1–6, 5–7

 > >  >

Winner

 >

14.

 >

1984

 >

Wembley, England

 >

Carpet

 >

Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl

 >

Czechoslovakia Pavel Složil
Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd

 >

6–2, 6–2

 > >  >

Winner

 >

15.

 >

1985

 >

Marbella, Spain

 >

Clay

 >

Brazil Cassio Motta

 >

France Loïc Courteau
Netherlands Michiel Schapers

 >

6–1, 6–1

 > >  >

Winner

 >

16.

 >

1985

 >

Hamburg, Germany

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Switzerland Heinz Günthardt
Hungary Balázs Taróczy

 >

1–6, 7–6, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

17.

 >

1985

 >

Stockholm, Sweden

 >

Hard (i)

 >

France Guy Forget

 >

United States Mike De Palmer
United States Gary Donnelly

 >

6–3, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

18.

 >

1986

 >

Ft. Myers, US

 >

Hard

 >

Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl

 >

Australia Peter Doohan
Australia Paul McNamee

 >

7–5, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

19.

 >

1986

 >

Indianapolis, US

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Australia John Fitzgerald
United States Sherwood Stewart

 >

6–4, 6–3

 > >  >

Winner

 >

20.

 >

1986

 >

Forest Hills, US

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

West Germany Boris Becker
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Živojinović

 >

7–6, 7–6

 > >  >

Winner

 >

21.

 >

1986

 >

Boston, US

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

United States Dan Cassidy
United States Mel Purcell

 >

4–6, 7–5, 6–0

 > >  >

Winner

 >

22.

 >

1986

 >

Washington, US

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Brazil Ricardo Acioly
Brazil Cesar Kist

 >

6–3, 7–5

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

10.

 >

1986

 >

Kitzbühel, Austria

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Switzerland Heinz Günthardt
Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd

 >

6–4, 3–6, 6–7

 > >   bgcolor="e5d1cb">

Winner

 >

23.

 >

1986

 >

US Open, New York

 >

Hard

 >

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Živojinović

 >

Sweden Joakim Nyström
Sweden Mats Wilander

 >

4–6, 6–3, 6–3, 4–6, 6–3

 > >  >

Winner

 >

24.

 >

1986

 >

Stuttgart Outdoor, Germany

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Iran Mansour Bahrami
Uruguay Diego Pérez

 >

6–4, 6–3

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

11.

 >

1986

 >

Tokyo Indoor, Japan

 >

Carpet

 >

Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl

 >

United States Mike De Palmer
United States Gary Donnelly

 >

3–6, 5–7

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

12.

 >

1986

 >

Johannesburg, South Africa

 >

Hard (i)

 >

United States Sherwood Stewart

 >

United States Mike De Palmer
South Africa Christo van Rensburg

 >

6–3, 2–6, 6–7

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

13.

 >

1987

 >

Tokyo Outdoor, Japan

 >

Hard

 >

Sweden Anders Järryd

 >

United States Paul Annacone
United States Kevin Curren

 >

4–6, 6–7

 > >  >

Winner

 >

25.

 >

1987

 >

Monte Carlo, Monaco

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Iran Mansour Bahrami
Denmark Michael Mortensen

 >

6–2, 6–4

 > >  >

Winner

 >

26.

 >

1987

 >

Boston, US

 >

Clay

 >

Chile Hans Gildemeister

 >

Sweden Joakim Nyström
Sweden Mats Wilander

 >

7–6, 3–6, 6–1

 > >   bgcolor="e5d1cb">

Winner

 >

27.

 >

1988

 >

French Open, Paris

 >

Clay

 >

Spain Emilio Sánchez

 >

Australia John Fitzgerald
Sweden Anders Järryd

 >

6–3, 6–7, 6–4, 6–3

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

14.

 >

1988

 >

Gstaad, Switzerland

 >

Clay

 >

Spain Emilio Sánchez

 >

Czechoslovakia Petr Korda
Czechoslovakia Milan Šrejber

 >

6–7, 6–7

 > >  >

Winner

 >

28.

 >

1988

 >

Tokyo Indoor, Japan

 >

Carpet

 >

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Živojinović

 >

West Germany Boris Becker
West Germany Eric Jelen

 >

7–5, 5–7, 6–3

 > >  >

Winner

 >

29.

 >

1989

 >

Boston, US

 >

Clay

 >

Argentina Alberto Mancini

 >

United States Todd Nelson
United States Phil Williamson

 >

7–6, 6–2

 > >  >

Winner

 >

30.

 >

1989

 >

Geneva, Switzerland

 >

Clay

 >

Argentina Alberto Mancini

 >

Iran Mansour Bahrami
Argentina Guillermo Pérez-Roldán

 >

6–3, 7–5

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

15.

 >

1989

 >

Tokyo Indoor, Japan

 >

Carpet

 >

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Živojinović

 >

United States Kevin Curren
United States David Pate

 >

6–4, 3–6, 6–7

 > >   bgcolor="d0f0c0">

Winner

 >

31.

 >

1990

 >

Barcelona, Spain

 >

Clay

 >

Spain Javier Sánchez

 >

Spain Sergio Casal
Spain Emilio Sánchez

 >

7–6, 7–5

 > >   bgcolor="dfe2e9">

Runner-up

 >

16.

 >

1990

 >

Monte Carlo, Monaco

 >

Clay

 >

Spain Javier Sánchez

 >

Czechoslovakia Petr Korda
Czechoslovakia Tomáš Šmíd

 >

4–6, 6–7

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

17.

 >

1990

 >

Madrid, Spain

 >

Clay

 >

Spain Javier Sánchez

 >

Spain Juan Carlos Baguena
Italy Omar Camporese

 >

4–6, 6–3, 3–6

 > >  >

Runner-up

 >

18.

 >

1991

 >

Schenectady, US

 >

Hard

 >

Spain Emilio Sánchez

 >

Spain Javier Sánchez
Australia Todd Woodbridge

 >

6–3, 6–7, 6–7

 > >  >

Winner

 >

32.

 >

1991

 >

São Paulo, Brazil

 >

Hard

 >

Brazil Jaime Oncins

 >

Mexico Jorge Lozano
Brazil Cassio Motta

 >

7–5, 6–4

 > >   bgcolor="d0f0c0">

Winner

 >

33.

 >

1992

 >

Barcelona, Spain

 >

Clay

 >

Spain Javier Sánchez

 >

Czechoslovakia Ivan Lendl
Czechoslovakia Karel Nováček

 >

6–4, 6–4  > >

 >Performance timeline[edit]  >Singles[edit]

  class="wikitable" style="text-align:center">  >

Tournament > 1979 > 1980 > 1981 > 1982 > 1983 > 1984 > 1985 > 1986 > 1987 > 1988 > 1989 > 1990 > 1991 > 1992 > SR

 > >  >

Grand Slams

 > >  >

Australian Open

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

NH

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

4R

 >

A

 >

1R

 >

0 / 2

 > >  >

French Open

 >

A

 >

2R

 >

2R

 >

4R

 >

4R

 >

QF

 >

3R

 >

QF

 >

QF

 >

2R

 >

2R

 >

W

 >

A

 >

2R

 >

1 / 12

 > >  >

Wimbledon

 >

A

 >

1R

 >

A

 >

1R

 >

A

 >

QF

 >

A

 >

1R

 >

4R

 >

A

 >

2R

 >

1R

 >

A

 >

A

 >

0 / 7

 > >  >

US Open

 >

2R

 >

2R

 >

3R

 >

A

 >

4R

 >

QF

 >

A

 >

2R

 >

4R

 >

3R

 >

3R

 >

1R

 >

1R

 >

A

 >

0 / 11

 > >  >

SR

 >

0 / 1

 >

0 / 3

 >

0 / 2

 >

0 / 2

 >

0 / 2

 >

0 / 3

 >

0 / 1

 >

0 / 3

 >

0 / 3

 >

0 / 2

 >

0 / 3

 >

1 / 4

 >

0 / 1

 >

0 / 2

 >

1 / 32

 > >  >

Year-End Championship

 > >  >

Tennis Masters Cup

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

QF

 >

A

 >

SF

 >

RR

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

RR

 >

A

 >

A

 >

0 / 5

 > >  >

Year End Ranking

 >

61

 >

44

 >

37

 >

15

 >

14

 >

5

 >

15

 >

10

 >

11

 >

24

 >

17

 >

6

 >

70

 >

179  > >

 >Doubles[edit]

  class="wikitable" style="text-align:center">  >

Tournament > 1979 > 1980 > 1981 > 1982 > 1983 > 1984 > 1985 > 1986 > 1987 > 1988 > 1989 > 1990 > 1991 > 1992 > SR

 > >  >

Australian Open

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

NH

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

1R

 >

A

 >

2R

 >

0 / 2

 > >  >

French Open

 >

A

 >

2R

 >

2R

 >

A

 >

1R

 >

1R

 >

A

 >

2R

 >

3R

 >

W

 >

1R

 >

A

 >

A

 >

1R

 >

1 / 9

 > >  >

Wimbledon

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

1R

 >

A

 >

1R

 >

SF

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

A

 >

0 / 3

 > >  >

US Open

 >

2R

 >

1R

 >

1R

 >

A

 >

1R

 >

1R

 >

A

 >

W

 >

SF

 >

3R

 >

2R

 >

A

 >

3R

 >

A

 >

1 / 10

 > >  >

SR

 >

0 / 1

 >

0 / 2

 >

0 / 2

 >

0 / 0

 >

0 / 2

 >

0 / 3

 >

0 / 0

 >

1 / 3

 >

0 / 3

 >

1 / 2

 >

0 / 2

 >

0 / 1

 >

0 / 1

 >

0 / 2

 >

2 / 24  > >

 >References[edit]

  class="references">   id="cite_note-1">^ [http://2006.usopen.org/en_US/about/history/mdchamps.html The US Open 2006 – Grand Slam Tennis – Official Site by IBM – History & Records

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Persondata

 > >  >

Name

 >

Gomez, Andres

 > >  >

Alternative names

 >

 > >  >

Short description

 >

Tennis player

 > >  >

Date of birth

 >

February 27, 1960

 > >  >

Place of birth

 >

Guayaquil, Ecuador

 > >  >

Date of death

 >

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Place of death

 >

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