Ernests Gulbis (Latvian pronunciation: [ˈærnests ˈɡulbis], born August 30, 1988, and nicknamed “The Gull” or “Ernie”) is a Latvian skilled tennis participant. In 2008, Gulbis gained his first ATP Tour doubles title on the U.S. Males’s Clay Courtroom Championships, teaming with Rainer Schüttler, and in 2010 gained his first ATP Tour singles title within the Delray Seaside, defeating Ivo Karlović within the ultimate. In whole, Gulbis has 6 ATP titles to his title. His finest efficiency at a Grand Slam is reaching the semifinals of the 2014 French Open. He had beforehand reached the quarterfinals of the 2008 French Open. Gulbis’ career-high singles rating is World No. 10, making him the one Latvian tennis participant ever to be ranked inside the highest 10 in ATP Singles Rating. He achieved this in June 2014.Gulbis’ skilled coaching in tennis started on the age of 12, when he was enrolled on the Niki Pilić Tennis Academy in Croatia. Starting after Wimbledon 2011, Gulbis is coached by Austrian Gunther Bresnik. Beforehand, he was coached by Guillermo Cañas, and earlier than that by Hernán Gumy (who earlier than that was Marat Safin’s coach), however their partnership ended resulting from Gumy’s schedule; throughout that point, Darren Cahill served as Gulbis’ marketing consultant for a number of tournaments. Earlier than Gumy, Ernests was coached by Karl Heinz Wetter and subsequently Nikola Pilić, the previous skilled Croatian tennis participant and Croatian and German Davis Cup captain.
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Milena Gulbe, Ainars Gulbis
Laura Gulbe, Monika Kavace, Kristaps Gulbis, Elina Gulbe