|Gisela Dulko: Fernando Gago's girlfriend|
Gisela Dulko began playing tennis at 7 years of age. Gisela started playing tennis after seeing his brother Alejandro to play at a club. Alejandro is the current coach and who accompanies her on the circuit. She took a significant step for the junior circuit, becoming in 2001 the number 5 in the world junior rankings, and number 1 in doubles. In single she won important tournaments as Roehampton, Citta Di Santa Croce and the Coffee Cup. In doubles won three Grand Slam titles: U.S. Open 2000 (with Maria Emilia Salerni), Wimbledon 2001 (with Ashley Harkleroad) and Australian Open 2002 (with Angelique Widjaja).
In 2002, Gisela joined the junior circuit to devote himself entirely to his career. Being the number 212 of the WTA ranking, received a special invitation to the tournament in Scottsdale, where she made her debut in the circuit, losing in the first round. In the same year she won the challenger of Jackson, and then competed in Casablanca, where she reached her first semifinal in singles in a WTA tournament and her first final in doubles with Conchita Martinez.
In 2003 she won her first career doubles title in Casablanca with Maria Emilia Salerni and debuted that year in the main draw of a Grand Slam. It was at Roland Garros after passing the preliminary rounds and where she was eliminated in the first round. In the 2007 season, Gisela won the first individual title of her career, winning in the month of April in Budapest on clay. In the Australian Open 2011, with her partner Flavia Pennetta, won the first Grand Slam title of her career.
|Fernando Gago and Gisela Dulko|
The tennis player will marry Fernando Gago the month of July, reason why she will not participate in the Federation Cup series in the middle of that month. This means that the Real Madrid midfielder will not be part of the Argentina team that will play the Copa America tournament which will be launched in his country on July 1. The press agrees that Gago and Dulko met during the Madrid Master Series in 2009.