General Augusto
Rado
Male
Italy
1912-11-21
Milan, Italy
1996-10-08
Savona, Liguria, Italy


About

Augusto Rado came from a modest family background. The Rados lived at Viale Duilio 2, in Milan, directly opposite the fairground. During his childhood, Augusto Rado was a ball boy at a tennis club located in his neighbourhood. Emilio Galli, an accountant, discovered his talent and became his mentor. In 1929 and 1930, Augusto Rado won the boys’ singles title at the Italian junior tennis championships. He later had a great rivalry with his compatriot Giovanni Palmieri.



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Archive statistics 1930 - 1941
6
199
128


Tournament wins 1935 - San Remo (Amateur)
1934 - Merano (Amateur)
1934 - Voghera (Amateur)
1932 - Genoa (Amateur)
1931 - Como (Amateur)
1931 - Santa Margherita (Amateur)


Tournaments Varese - 1941 Livorno - 1941 Italian International Championships - 1940 Merano - 1940 San Remo - 1940 Alassio - 1940 Sicilian International Championships - 1940 Genoa - 1940 Milano International - 1940 Taormina - 1940 R.C. Canottieri Roma - 1940 San Remo - 1939 Alassio - 1939 R.C. Canottieri Roma - 1939 Bordighera - 1938 Alassio - 1938 Napoli - 1938 Breslau - 1938 Napoli - 1937 R.C. Canottieri Roma - 1937 Zürich Valsana - 1937 Monte Carlo - 1936 German International Covered Court Championships - 1936 Championships of Berlin - 1936 Bordighera - 1936 Merano - 1936 San Remo - 1936 Danish International Championhips - 1936 Wiesbaden Championships - 1936 Sicilian International Championships - 1936 Napoli - 1936 Genoa - 1936 Mannheim - 1936 Sopot - 1936 Swinemünde - 1936 Roland Garros - 1935 Paris International Championships - 1935 Italian International Championships - 1935 German International Championships - 1935 Belgian International Championships - 1935 Czechoslovakian International Championships - 1935 San Remo - 1935 Alassio - 1935 Danish International Championhips - 1935 Italian Nationals (Closed) - 1935 Napoli - 1935 Venezia (Venice International Tournament) - 1934 Merano - 1934 Napoli - 1934 Bastad - 1934 Sopot Second Tournament - 1934 Voghera - 1934 Roma (Rome) Autumn Tournament - 1934 Coupe de Noel - 1933 Merano - 1933 Milano Indoors - 1933 R.C. Canottieri Roma - 1933 Coupe de Noel - 1932 Italian International Championships - 1932 Venezia (Venice International Tournament) - 1932 Bordighera - 1932 San Remo - 1932 Napoli - 1932 Genoa - 1932 Cortina D'Ampezzo - 1932 Santa Margherita - 1932 Italian International Championships - 1931 Merano - 1931 Trieste - 1931 Genoa - 1931 Como - 1931 R.C. Canottieri Roma - 1931 Santa Margherita - 1931 Wiener Akademischer Sportverein - 1931 Genoa National - 1931 Italian International Championships - 1930 Albaro - 1930

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