Daniel Guccione

  • Age20
  • Born26 February 1996
  • Birth PlaceMelbourne, Australia
  • LivesMelbourne, Australia
  • PlaysRight-handed
  • CoachJohn McCudy, Wayne Arthurs
“That’s the beauty of ATL, it can go either way in one shot.”

— Daniel Guccione, 11 Nov 2013

» Victoria’s best get the ATL Round 1 Buzz

  • Daniel, a.k.a ‘Gooch’, was a finallist at the 2011 Optus 18s Australian Championships
  • Daniel and fellow Aussie junior Jay Andrijic won the 16s boys doubles event at the 2011 Gosford International
  • Outside of tennis he loves “Xbox, girls, soccer and the AFL”
  • He started playing tennis when he was four years old
  • He loves travelling to play tennis and his favourite destination is Barcelona

Daniel Guccione in the news

Velocity eye Asia-Pacific Tennis League finals spot
Alison Bai in action at the Australian Open 2015 Play-off; Elizabeth Xue Bai
27 November, 2015

Canberra Velocity is aiming for a final spot in Asia-Pacific Tennis League action hitting off today
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Velocity to open campaign against Sydney Saints
An under-the-radar success story, Alexandra Nancarrow finished 2013 ranked 919th but stormed into the world's top 400 - peaking at No.385 - after winning 55 matches in 2014 on the ITF circuit and winning her first professional title in Prokuplje, Serbia. She reached another three ITF finals throughout the year; Getty Images
19 November, 2015

Canberra Velocity will launch their 2015-16 campaign with back-to-back home matches at the Canberra Tennis Centre on 20-21 November.
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Bai, Eames to lead Canberra Velocity
Alison Bai in action at the Australian Open 2015 Play-off; Elizabeth Xue Bai
29 October, 2015

In a new ATL conference as part of a competition restructure, Canberra Velocity will look to Alison Bai and Jake Eames to face the new challenge head on.
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Persistence pays for Polmans
Marc Polmans needed his best tennis to book a place in the 18/u Australian Championships; Elizabeth Xue Bai
11 December, 2014

Marc Polmans staved off the crafty Mitchell Harper as semifinals were set at the 18/u Australian Championships.
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