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Tomas Carbonell
  • Pronounced: car-bo-NELL
  • Age: 46 (07.08.1968)
  • Birthplace: Barcelona, Spain
  • Residence: Cabrera de Mar, Spain
  • Height: 5'10" (178 cm)
  • Weight: 158 lbs (72 kg)
  • Plays: Right-handed
  • Turned Pro: 1987
  • Coach: Gabriel Urpi
Inactive
Spain

Spain

As of 29.09.2014
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Ranking W-L Titles Prize Money
Career

High

40

15.04.1996

194-223 2 $3,157,584

Singles & Doubles combined

Career

High

22

09.10.1995

349-298 22 $3,157,584

Singles & Doubles combined

2000 IN REVIEW

Played with 11 different partners during season and won his 19th career title in Palermo (w/M. Garcia)...Started year with countryman J. Sanchez and reached SF in Santiago...His best TMS result of season was QF in Monte Carlo (w/Johnson), losing to eventual champions W.Ferreira-Kafelnikov...Equalled his Grand Slam best result with a SF for second straight year at Roland Garros (w/M.Garcia)...In July, also advanced to SF in Gstaad (w/Garcia)...His best stretch came after US Open when he reached SF in Bucharest and won title in Palermo (w/Garcia), defeating Albano-Goellner...Did not win back-to-back matches rest of ATP season...Finished No. 36 in doubles, his fifth Top 50 ranking in lsat six years, and surpassed $3 million in career earnings.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

1987-Won first career ATP doubles title in Buenos Aires (w/Casal)...1989-Won doubles titles in Madrid (w/C. Costa) and Bordeaux (w/Di Laura)...1990-SF in Casablanca and Itaparica, despite suffering appendicitis in TMS Monte Carlo...In doubles, won in Genova (w/Riglewski) and Bordeaux (w/Pimek)...1991-Won doubles title in Kitzbƒhel (w/Roig)...1992-Won Maceio (d. Miniussi) for first career ATP Tour title...Won doubles titles in Bastad and Athens...1993-Doubles winner in Madrid and Buenos Aires (both w/C. Costa) and in Florence (w/Pimek)...1994-Reached final in St. Poelten (l. to Muster)...Helped Spain to Peugeot ATP Tour World Team Championship final in doubles (w/C. Costa)...1995-In doubles, had four titles (w/Roig) in Casablanca, Oporto, Stuttgart-outdoor and Valencia...1996-Broke a four-year title drought to win his second career ATP Tour title in Casablanca (d. Schaller)...In doubles, won titles in Estoril and Andorra Challenger (w/Roig)...Finished No. 13 in Team Rankings...1997-Reached singles QF in Copenhagen and Casablanca...In doubles, won Cairo Challenger and reached final at Napoli Challenger while advancing to SF in two Tour stops (all w/Roig)...1998-Reached doubles finals at Antwerp and Lyon (w/Roig), along with five SF...Reached singles QF at Rotterdam and Mallorca, beating No. 5 Bjorkman in Rotterdam...1999-Won two doubles titles-in Estoril (w/ Johnson) and Mallorca (w/ Arnold)...Reached SF at Roland Garros (w/Albano), his best Grand Slam showing, along with Munich (w/Grabb) and Gstaad (w/Hood)...Finished No. 42 in doubles.

PERSONAL

Full name is Tomas Carbonell Llado...Began playing at age 10...Won the 1985 and '86 Spanish junior singles titles...Captured the '86 European Juniors championship and won the Wimbledon Juniors doubles title (w/Korda) and US Open (w/J. Sanchez) that year...Also reached the doubles final of the Roland Garros Juniors in '86...Has a 4-2 (3-1 in doubles) career record in Davis Cup play...Played in Atlanta Olympic Games, reaching doubles QF (w/Bruguera)...Named to ATP Tour Player Council for 1998-99...Girlfriend, Montse...Daughter, Astrid (born Apr. 16, 1999).

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