he Gorostiaga family is synonymous with tennis in Bolivia. The family name has transcended so much in the history of white sport that their successes and achievements are reasons to remember.
The members of the Gorostiaga family, the father Isaac and the children Eduardo and Raúl, have left many positive things and have brought great joy to the country.
The youngest of the Gorostiaga, Eduardo, also known as "Pacho".
He possessed great skills in tennis like his father Isaac and his brother Raul, "Pacho" came to break borders and was selected in the Davis Cup team of Bolivia in 1976.
“Eduardo played a lot of tennis in Europe, in all the important championships. It was one of the firsts that went to Roland Garros, Wimbledon, the Count of Godo in Spain and many other tournaments. Together with Ramiro Benavides, he was international in the 1960s, ”said Humberto Espada, his former Davis Cup captain.
Eduardo won the Nice Mediterranean tournament in Nice, France in 1969, in addition to the Copa del Rey in Huelva, Spain.
His presence in the international competitions allowed him to meet great tennis figures, such as Roger Federer.
Today lies in La Paz. "Pacho" was president of the La Paz Tennis Club (CTLP) and is the last legacy of the Gorostiaga.
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