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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