- Age: 34 (08.04.1980)
- Birthplace: Las Palmas, Spain
- Residence: Las Palmas, Spain
- Height: 6' (183 cm)
- Weight: 187 lbs (85 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2001
- Coach: Dominic Conde
As of 19.01.2015
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Began playing aged five when his father, Carmelo, would give him a beach racquet and made him play against the wall to counteract his hyper-activity…Nicknamed "Marri"…Mother, Maria Guadalupe, and sister Julia Ester…Speaks Spanish and Italian…Enjoys going fishing, body board and playing soccer…Idol growing up was Andre Agassi…Supports Real Madrid football club… Considers forehand his best shot, clay his best surface and favourite tournament is US Open… Future goals are to win a Grand Slam title and reach Top 10…Favourite tennis memory is his victory over Llodra and Zimonjic, that took him and Seppi to the US Open 2011 doubles quarter-finals…If he wasn't a tennis player he would be a football player…Trains at Club Tenis La Parrilla in Telde, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
2014 -- With fellow Spaniard Verdasco, fell in Australian Open 2R (l. to Bolt-Whittington)…With Melo, reached the Rio de Janeiro final (l. to Cabal-Farah)…With Verdasco, fell in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells 2R (l. to Huey-Inglot 10-7 in Match TB)…On 12 April, finished runner-up with Verdasco in the Houston final (l. to Bryans 11-9 in Match TB)…Dropped to 10-10 in ATP World Tour doubles finals, partnering Cuevas to Oeiras title match (l. to Gonzalez-Lipsky 10-8 in Match TB)…Fell in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid SFs, with Verdasco, losing to Bryans…Fell in Roland Garros 2R (w/Verdasco), losing to Golubev-Groth...Fell in Wimbledon 3R (w/Cuevas), losing to No. 3 seeds Nestor-Zimonjic...Reached Bastad SFs (w/Verdasco)...On 19 August, partnering Paes, retired due to back injury at 67(5) versus Groth-Guccione in Winston-Salem 2R...
2013 -- The Spaniard finished a career-high No. 5 in doubles and played with 6 different partners, winning 4 titles. His best results came with countryman Fernando Verdasco as they compiled a 37-18 match record with 2 titles in 3 finals, highlighted by capturing Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London on debut (d. Bryans)…Also won titles at Acapulco (w/Kubot), Umag (w/Klizan) and St. Petersburg (w/Verdasco) and reached final at ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai (w/Verdasco)…Finished No. 4 in ATP Doubles Teams Rankings (w/Verdasco) and earned a career-high $529,982…
2011 -- Runner-up in three ATP World Tour doubles finals at Estoril with M. Lopez, losing to Butorac-Rojer 63 64 on 1 May...With S. Gonzalez at Nice on 21 May, losing to Butorac-Rojer 63 64 and on 24 September at Bucharest with Knowle, losing to Bracciali-Starace 36 64 10-8...Rose to a career-high No. 33 in doubles on 21 March...2010 -- At Estoril in May, partnered Marc Lopez to first ATP World Tour team title (d. Cuevas-Granollers)…"I'm very happy for my first ATP World Tour title. It's a dream come true for me. I would like to thank Mark for playing with for me this week and I hope we can play together in future"...Pair picked up second team title at Hamburg in July (d. Chardy-Mathieu)…"I’m so happy. We didn’t start to play that good, but every day we felt more comfortable."
Partnering Fernando Verdasco, the pair opens the season in Doha and reaches SFs (l. to Knowle-Oswald)...
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