Originally Posted by Cosme Fulanito
Those are very common spanish names, at least in Argentina. If you want to know his ancestry you should try with his father and mother last names
for sure 'del Potro' is spanish ... there's a Plaza del Potro in Cordoba ...
"Córdoba’s famous Square of the Colt has in its centre a lovely 16th-century stone fountain topped by a rearing potro (colt) that gives the plaza its name. On its western side is the legendary 1435 inn Posada del Potro , described in Don Quijote as a ‘den of thieves.’