|Full name||Manuel Jorquera|
|Born||12 June 1978|
Bahía Blanca, Argentina
|Highest ranking||No. 305 (26 November 2007)|
|Highest ranking||No. 136 (21 June 2004)|
Manuel Jorquera (born 12 June 1978) is a former professional tennis player from Italy.
Throughout his career he battled many injuries as he competed on the Satellite and Challenger circuits.
In doubles he won two Challenger titles and was runner-up in a further 14 tournaments. It was in doubles that he had only main draw appearance on the ATP Tour, at the 2004 Croatia Open Umag, where he partnered with Victor Hănescu.
Since retiring he spent a year as the director of Tennis Club Este, then in 2013 moved to China to coach the country's junior talent.
|1.||2003||Recanati, Italy||Hard||Frank Moser|| Rodolphe Cadart
|2.||2005||Rome, Italy||Clay||Dmitry Tursunov|| Victor Ioniță
|1–6, 7–6(7–4), 6–4|
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