Guillermo Cañas Birthday, Date of Birth

Guillermo Cañas

Guillermo Ignacio Cañas ([ɡiˈʃeɾmo ˈkaɲas]; born November 25, 1977), often referred to as Willy Cañas, is a retired professional tennis player from Argentina. He was born in Buenos Aires and named after Argentine tennis star Guillermo Vilas. His career-high singles ranking was World No. 8, achieved in June 2005. Cañas was the coach of Ernests Gulbis from July 2011 until May 2012 and became the coach of Teymuraz Gabashvili in 2015. Since January 2017, he is coaching former #1 Jelena Jankovic.

He now runs his own tennis academy in Aventura, Florida along with former tour pros Martín García, and Gustavo Oribe.

After being suspended in August 2005, Cañas returned to the circuit on September 2006 at the challenger of Belém, Brazil.

Cañas holds a record of 5 victories and 2 defeats (3:1 in singles) in Davis Cup matches.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Friday, November 25, 1977
Place of Birth
Tapiales
Age
44
Star Sign

The November 25, 1977 was a Friday under the star sign of . It was the 328 day of the year. President of the United States was Jimmy Carter.

If you were born on this day, you are 44 years old. Your last birthday was on the Thursday, November 25, 2021, 4 days ago. Your next birthday is on Friday, November 25, 2022, in 360 days. You have lived for 16,075 days, or about 385,809 hours, or about 23,148,550 minutes, or about 1,388,913,022 seconds.

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25th of November 1977 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on November 25, 1977

Ways of Curbing Press at Trials Pose Tricky Questions

Date: 26 November 1977

By DEIRDRE CARMODY

Deirdre CARMODY

Article examines controversy over laws and standards regarding curbing press at trials; various comments noted; illus of Minneapolis Tribune editor Charles W Bailey and Fed Dist Ct (Miami) Judge Ben Krentzman (M)

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16 Injured as Bomb Explodes at a Johannesburg Shopping Complex

Date: 25 November 1977

16 are injured as bomb explodes at Johannesburg, S Africa, shopping complex (L)

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Canadian Reporter Expelled by Peking

Date: 26 November 1977

Toronto Globe and Mail correspondent Ross H Munro is expelled from Peking for 'obvious reasons'; had recently completed series on human rights in China (S)

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SYRIA CHARGES SADAT DAMAGED PROSPECTS FOR GENEVA PARLEY; BUT IT KEEPS THE DOOR OPEN Aide Says Egyptian Leader's Trip Divided Arabs and Made Israelis More Intransigent on Issues SYRIA CHARGES SADAT UNDERMINED PARLEY

Date: 26 November 1977

By MARVINE HOWE Special to The New York Times

Marvine Special

Nov 26: Syrian Information Min Ahmed Iskander rules out Syrian participation at Geneva conf under present circumstances, but leaves door open to negotiated settlement with Israel, news conf; says Sadat's visit split Arabs and spurred Israeli intransigence on PLO and withdrawal from West Bank; emphasizes need for Arab solidarity to 'isolate Sadat, not Egypt'; says Syria will not bow to Iraqi conditions for reconciliation--rejection of UN Resolution 242 and rejection of negotiated settlement with Israel; refuses to attack any country for supporting Sadat's moves but supports charge in Syrian-Palestinian statement that US was behind Sadat visit; says Foreign Min Khaddam will fly to Moscow for consultation; Syrian press agency says Khaddam met with PLO leader Arafat and other leaders of Al Fatah to rev Sadat's visit and its 'dangerous repercussions'; says agreement was reached to foil Sadat's plans (M)

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Date: 26 November 1977

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Date: 25 November 1977

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Date: 26 November 1977

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Discipline Hayes, Group Says

Date: 25 November 1977

FANS, sports consumer group endorsed by Ralph Nader, urges NCAA to discipline Hayes (S)

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ABC Is Seeking Show on Order Of '60 Minutes'

Date: 26 November 1977

ABC-TV programming vp Bob Shanks is developing news-magazine series similar to CBS's 60 Minutes (S)

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Date: 25 November 1977

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