Dinu Mihail Pescariu (born 12 April 1974) is a former tennis player from Romania, who turned professional in 1991. The right-hander represented his native country at two Summer Olympics: in Barcelona (1992) and in Atlanta (1996). He reached his highest singles ATP-ranking on 6 August 1998, when he became the number 75 of the world.
|Born||12 April 1974|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Prize money||US$ 676,503|
|Highest ranking||No. 75 (6 August 1998)|
|Highest ranking||No. 170 (13 October 1997)|
Doubles: 3 (1 title, 2 runners-up)Edit
|Runner-up||1.||1996||Santiago, Chile||Clay||Álbert Portas|| Gustavo Kuerten
|Winner||2.||1997||Umag, Croatia||Clay||Davide Sanguinetti|| Dominik Hrbatý
|Runner-up||3.||1998||Bucharest, Romania||Clay||George Cosac|| Andrei Pavel
On 10 October 2017, the Romanian National Anticorruption Directorate announced that Dinu Pescariu will be prosecuted in the file of taking over ‘Cutezatorii’ sports base in Bucharest. He is being investigated, under judicial control, for taking over the sports base illegally and reportedly paying a much smaller rental fee for it than the market rate.
- Lazar, Valeriu (10 October 2017). "Former tennis player Dinu Pescariu, prosecuted in the file of taking over 'Cutezatorii' sports base, damages of EUR 93m". The Romania Journal. Retrieved 10 October 2017.
- "COMUNICAT - urmărire penală PESCARIU DINU MIHAIL" [COMMUNICATION - criminal investigation PESCARIU DINU MIHAIL]. Direcţia Naţională Anticorupţie (in Romanian). 10 October 2017. (English translation)
- "Dinu Pescariu a scăpat de controlul judiciar în dosarul privind baza "Cutezătorii"" [Dinu Pescariu escaped the judicial control in the "Cutezers"]. Adevărul (in Romanian). 20 October 2017. (English translation)
- Dinu Pescariu at the Association of Tennis Professionals
- Dinu Pescariu at the International Tennis Federation
- Dinu Pescariu at the Davis Cup
- Dinu Pescariu at the International Olympic Committee
- Dinu Dănuţ Pescariu at Olympics at Sports-Reference.com (archived)
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