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Our star was born in San Salvador (El Salvador) on June 24th 1901 to Salvadorian nationalized Spanish parents (José Saprissa Llurá, businessman and honorary consul of El Salvador in Almeria (1) and Carmen Aymà Sagrera).At the age of 3, he travelled with his mother to his family hometown (Barcelona) to study, but the tragic death of his father made him return to San Salvador in 1910.(3) Saprissa also represented Spain in the Davis Cup.In the tie match against Belgium in Antwerp from May 2nd to 4th 1930 he played (and won) the doubles with Enrique Meier.Some journalists claimed his part in the national team but it was never proved. The RCD Español historian Juan Segura Palomares told us in 1974: “As a footballer he is extraordinary.If he never wore the national team shirt it was due to his nationality which he never surrendered despite his love for Spain”.(9) Saprissa himself reminded us in an interview in 1931 that he was not Spanish: “Because I was born there (El Salvador).

With Flaquer he survived two rounds, beating the Portuguese pair Casanovas and Castro-Pereira by w.o.

We must specify that (with the exception of the 1928/9 season when he accepted a professional contract from RCD Español because of financial difficulties) Saprissa was always an amateur and defended that romantic concept of the sport.

A humorous caricature of the Catalan sports weekly Xut presented the famous goalkeeper Ricardo Zamora as a symbol of professionalism paying homage to Ricardo Saprissa as a champion of amateurism in the legend: “Jo et beneixo Saprissa!

and the Japanese Fukuda and Honda 6-2, 6-3, 6-3, losing in the 3rd round to the South Africans Condon and Richardson 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 and receiving harsh criticism from the Spanish press.

In the mixed doubles with Rosa Torras (first Spanish woman in the Games together with Lilí Álvarez) they were defeated in the first round by Italians Umberto de Morpungo and Giulia Ferelli 6-3, 10-8.

With Flaquer he survived two rounds, beating the Portuguese pair Casanovas and Castro-Pereira by w.o.

We must specify that (with the exception of the 1928/9 season when he accepted a professional contract from RCD Español because of financial difficulties) Saprissa was always an amateur and defended that romantic concept of the sport.

A humorous caricature of the Catalan sports weekly Xut presented the famous goalkeeper Ricardo Zamora as a symbol of professionalism paying homage to Ricardo Saprissa as a champion of amateurism in the legend: “Jo et beneixo Saprissa!

and the Japanese Fukuda and Honda 6-2, 6-3, 6-3, losing in the 3rd round to the South Africans Condon and Richardson 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 and receiving harsh criticism from the Spanish press.

In the mixed doubles with Rosa Torras (first Spanish woman in the Games together with Lilí Álvarez) they were defeated in the first round by Italians Umberto de Morpungo and Giulia Ferelli 6-3, 10-8.

He became one of the best forwards in the country and the star of Pompeya.