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- Age: 26 (17.01.1988)
- Birthplace: Barcelona, Spain
- Residence: Mataro, Spain
- Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
- Weight: 177 lbs (80 kg)
- Plays: Left-handed
- Turned Pro: 2007
- Coach: Jose Maria Diaz - Noe Losmozos
As of 14.04.2014
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Started playing aged five, because of his father, Guzman, a dentist, played at a local club in Mataro; mother is Leonor; has an older brother, Eduard, who works at a sports shop, and one younger sister, Anna, a student...Is following an online business administration degree...When not on the tour, he enjoys most spending time with friends and family...Favourite surface is clay and favourite shot is forehand...He is a big fan of the FC Barcelona and likes to go to the Camp Nou when he gets a chance...Idol growing up was Alex Corretja.
2013 -- The Spaniard finished in Top 100 for 3rd straight year, highlighted by 4 QF on clay – Båstad (d. Robredo in 2R, l. to eventual champion Berlocq), Barcelona (l. to eventual champion Nadal), Buenos Aires (l. to Wawrinka) and Viña del Mar (l. to eventual champion Zeballos)…His best ATP Masters 1000 result was 4R in Miami (l. to Melzer)…Fell in 1R at all 4 Grand Slams – Australian Open (l. to Baghdatis), Roland Garros (l. to Janowicz), Wimbledon (l. to No. 8 del Potro) and US Open (l. to Tomic in 5-sets)…Compiled records of 14-12 on clay, 5-9 on hard, and 1-2 on grass. Went 0-2 vs. Top 10 opponents and best wins came over No. 14 Monaco (Miami) and No. 15 Nishikori (Barcelona)…
2011 -- The Barcelona native finished in Top 100 for 1st time with successful clay court results, reaching QF in Umag (l. to Dolgopolov) and Bucharest (l. to Mayer), falling to eventual winners…Also qualified 6 times into main draw...Highest-ranked win came over No. 22 Cilic in Shanghai 1R after qualifying...Qualified for 1st Grand Slam event at Roland Garros and defeated countryman Marti in 5 sets (l. to Soderling in 2R)...In Challenger tournaments, compiled a 25-8 match record with 2 titles in Milan and San Sebastian while reaching final in Turin (l. to Berlocq)...Compiled marks of 11-10 on clay and 2-6 on hard courts while earning a career-high $280,181...
2010 -- Made ATP debut as qualifier in Barcelona and reached 3R (d. Russell, F. Gonzalez; l. to Gulbis)…Won Challengers at San Sebastian (d. Paire) and Seville (d. Riba)...
2009 -- Reached 1st career Challenger final as qualifier in Seville (l. to Riba)…Also finalist in Palermo and reached 2 other SF…Claimed 3 Futures titles...
2008 -- Reached QF or better in 12 Futures, including 1 title and 1 final...
2007 -- Was 17-17 in Futures with 1 SF and 4 QF...
2006 -- Was 9-12 in Futures, reaching 1st career final at Santa Cruz de Teneri (l. to Mannarino)...
2005 -- Posted 4-7 record in Spanish Futures...
2004 -- At age 16, was 1-2 in Spanish Futures...
As lucky loser at Sydney, replacing Pospisil (lower back) in the main draw, beat Querrey in 1R…
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