Pablo Carreno Busta
- Age: 23 (12.07.1991)
- Birthplace: Gijon, Spain
- Residence: Barcelona, Spain
- Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
- Weight: 163 lbs (74 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2009
- Coach: Javier Duarte
As of 22.12.2014
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Full name is Pablo Carreño Busta...Speaks Spanish and English…Started playing tennis aged six…Parents are Alfonso, an architect, and Maria Antonia, a doctor; has two sisters, Lucia and Alicia…Favourite surface is clay and shot is backhand…Idol growing up was Juan Carlos Ferrero and now is David Ferrer…Was ranked junior World No. 6 in 2009...Supports Sporting de Gijon…Has trained in Barcelona since he was 15…Physical trainer is Walter Navarro…Named Most Improved Player of the Year in November 2013.
2013 -- The young Spaniard made biggest ranking jump in Top 100 from previous season, climbing 650 positions. Voted ATP Most Improved Player of Year. One of 14 Spaniards in Top 100 and played in 96 main draw matches on 3 different levels (Futures, Challenger, ATP World Tour)…Registered 1st ATP match win in Casablanca, beating countryman Andujar (l. to Anderson in 2R). In May, as a qualifier at Oeiras, reached 1st ATP SF with wins over Benneteau in 1R and Fognini in QF (l. to Wawrinka in 3 sets)…In final 2 months, 2R in Kuala Lumpur, Stockholm and 1R in Valencia as a qualifier…In Grand Slam play, made Grand Slam debut as a qualifier at Roland Garros (l. to Federer in 1R). Did not play in other Slam tournaments…Started year by winning 7 of 8 Futures finals on home soil and finished with a 39-1 record. Went 34-8 (4-0 in finals) in Challengers with titles at Tanger (d. Kukushkin), Segovia (d. Olivetti), Cordenons (d. Burquier) and Como (d. Thiem)…His highest-ranked wins came over No. 25 Fognini and No. 33 Benneteau in Oeiras…Compiled records of 5-4 on clay and 2-3 on hard and earned a career-high $182,192…
2012 -- Suffered herniated disc (back) in March, underwent surgery on 7 June and spent two months recovering...Did not play for seven months in total and dropped out the Top 600.
2011 -- Made ATP World Tour debut at Barcelona...Won five ITF Futures titles...Reached a career-high World No. 136...
Replaced Gasquet in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte-Carlo draw as a lucky loser…Beat Dodig, Monfils, before losing to Djokovic in 3R…
On 28 July, failed to convert two match points at 5-4, Gonzalez serving at 15/40 in third set of 75 third set loss in Kitzbuhel 1R…
Reached Valencia QFs (l. to Chardy); partnered Garcia-Lopez to doubles SFs (l. to Anderson-Chardy)…
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