Itzel Manzanera
Itzel  Manzanera


Durango, Mexico City

High School:
Colegio Guadiana




2008-2009 [Freshman Season]
Manzanera appeared in four singles matches and a doubles match in her first season... recorded a 2-1 mark playing at the No. 5 and 6 position.

Prior to UTA
In 2002, Manzanera represented the Mexico City National Team where she was the left singles and doubles champion... earned a gold medal with the Olympics National 14 & Under Team... was the singles' runner-up at the National Championships in Queretaro, Qro and advanced to the doubles' semifinals... ranked number-one in 2004 in Mexico 16 & under and number-two in 2003... was a two-time winner in the Mexican National Junior Olympics... reached the Round of 64 in singles' competition at the ITF in El Paso, TX in 2006... reached the semi-finals in doubles' action... advanced to the Round of 16 main draw at the G5 MUMA ITF event in Mexico... advanced to the Round of 16 at the ITF G5 Monterrey Junior Cup in Mexico with a 7-5,6-4 victory over #864 ITF rank in a round of 32 and reached the Quarters in doubles' competition... represented Mexico at the COSAT South American Tour in 2004 and acquired experience at the international level (Uruguay Bowl, Argentina Bowl, Paraguay Bowl).

Off the Court
Manzanera is the daughter of Oscar Manzanera and MaEsther Aldana... born on December 11, 1988... has two sisters - Mayte and Fernanda... major is still undecided.

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