|Full name||Tabaré Uruguay Viudez Mora|
|Date of birth||8 September 1989|
|Place of birth||Montevideo, Uruguay|
|Height||1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|2010||→ Necaxa (loan)||11||(0)|
|2011–2012||→ Nacional (loan)||38||(10)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 3 December 2017|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 11 August 2012 (UTC)
Viudez, played for Uruguayan champions' (Defensor Sporting) senior team for one year in the 2007–08 season and scored 6 goals.
In the 2008 Off-Season transfer window, Tabare Viudez attracted the attention of Milan along with Mathias Cardacio. Both players signed for the club after undergoing trials. Tabare Viudez was to wear the number '20' shirt, previously worn by Yoann Gourcuff. The Fonseca Group, who have the rights of the player, led the negotiations to transfer Viudez to the San Siro for the upcoming Serie A 2008–09 season. The Montevideo-born player, was relishing the new chapter in his career. 'I cannot believe it. It's a terrific jump up in my career,' he said. 'I must confess I have mixed feelings - nervousness and joy. This is a big step forward for me.' It was not known yet whether Viudez was to play for the first-team, play for Milan's Primavera squad (Under-20) or go out on loan for the season.
Viudez made several pre-season appearances for Milan. After coming on as a substitute at the half for Alberto Paloschi against Manchester City, Ancelotti praised his movement and pace after the match declaring him a player that can be relied on in the future, despite the narrow 1–0 loss. Viudez made his competitive debut in the Serie A coming on as a late substitute for David Beckham in a 3–0 win over Atalanta on 8 March 2009. This was also his only competitive match in Milan. And he was on the pitch for just 7 seconds before the final whistle, without touching the ball.
Return to Defensor Sporting
In December 2010 Viudez signed for Club Nacional de Football facing the 2010-11 season's Torneo Clausura. After Nacional won the Clausura Viudez scored the only goal in the season's final game against Defensor Sporting. He was also a key player for Nacional to win the next season's championship.
Club Atlético River Plate
His first appearance with River Plate was in the semi-finals of Copa Libertadores 2015 against Guarani (Paraguay). Viudez came in the second half of the game. He assists for an important goal for the game, making River Plate advance to the Final Championship phase. The first leg, in Mexico, he was injured and missed the second leg of the Championship game of Copa Libertadores in Buenos Aires.
His first goal came in the first appearance in the Argentina's Primera División against C.A. Colón in the second half. This game ended in a victory of River Plate 3-1, putting River Plate momentarily on top of the Argentina Primera División Championship 2015: Julio Humberto Grondona Trophy.
River Plate beat Tigres (Mex.) and won their 3rd Copa Libertadores title in 2015. A day after the victory, he traveled with the team to Japan to play against Gamba Osaka, in The Suruga Bank Cup 2015.
Viudez was part of Uruguay's 2007 FIFA U-20 World Cup squad and was the youngest player representing them. In January 2009, Viudez joined up with Uruguay's 2009 South American Youth Championship in Venezuela. He played the first match in Uruguay's 2-0 victory over Bolivia and provided an impressive assist for the first goal to Nicolás Lodeiro. In the side's second match, Viudez scored a goal in the first minute in the side's 3-2 victory over Chile. He was part of Uruguay's team at the 2012 Summer Olympics.
- El juvenil uruguayo Tabaré Viudez deja al Defensor para unirse al Milán de Italia
- Der italienische Traditionsverein hat sich die Dienste von zwei jungen Uruguayern gesichert
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- Media related to Tabaré Viudez at Wikimedia Commons