Virginia Ruano Pascual

Virginia Ruano Pascual (born September 21, 1973) is a Spanish professional female tennis player. She was born in Madrid, Spain.

She has won three career singles titles but she has been more successful in doubles where she has won 43 titles, including 10 Grand Slam titles (eight partnering Paola Suárez of Argentina and two partnering Anabel Medina Garrigues of Spain)

Between 2002 and 2004 Virginia and Paola reached nine consecutive Grand Slam finals (won five, lost four) and they reached at least the semi-finals of the last twelve Grand Slam tournaments they played in (winning run came to an end when they lost in the Wimbledon semi-finals).

Read more about Virginia Ruano Pascual:  Personal Life, Singles Performance Timeline, Women's Doubles Performance Timeline, Awards

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