- Age: 29 (23.01.1986)
- Birthplace: Cuenca, Spain
- Residence: Namur, Belgium
- Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
- Weight: 167 lbs (76 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Coach: Albert Portas & German Puentes
- Website: http://www.pabloandujar.es
As of 25.05.2015
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Singles & Doubles combined
Singles & Doubles combined
Andujar Q&A Feature (Apr. 2012)
2014 -- The Spaniard finished in Top 50 for 4th year in a row at year-end high No. 41, highlighted by 1st title in 3 years in Gstaad (d. Monaco) – 3rd career title. Was 1 of 7 Spanish winners during year. Rose from No. 71 to 44 with title in Switzerland...In February, upset No. 17 Robredo en route to SF in Rio de Janeiro (l. to No. 1 Nadal 7-6(10) in 3rd set after having 2 MPs). Also made QF in Buenos Aires (l. to Fognini), Hamburg (l. to Ferrer), Kuala Lumpur (l. to Nieminen) and Valencia (d. No. 6 Berdych in 1R, l. to Robredo)...Went 2-4 in Grand Slam play, reaching 2R at Australian Open (l. to Janowicz) and US Open (ret. vs. Nishikori). Lost 1R at Roland Garros (l. to Cilic) and Wimbledon (l. to Rola)...Made Davis Cup debut in Spain’s World Group play-off loss to Brazil in September, falling to Bellucci in 5 sets...Compiled records of 14-10 on clay, 8-12 on hard and 0-1 on grass. Went 1-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and earned a career-high $735,953...
2013 -- The Spaniard finished in Top 50 for 3rd year in a row, highlighted by 1st career ATP Masters 1000 SF at Madrid (d. No. 11 Cilic in 1R, No. 21 Isner in 2R, countryman Gimeno-Traver in 3R, No. 16 Nishikori in QF, l. to No. 5 Nadal). Afterwards jumped from No. 113 to No. 54 on May 13. Two weeks later reached SF in Nice (d. Simon, l. to Monfils)…In Grand Slam play, won lone match at US Open (d. de Bakker, l. to Raonic) and lost in 1R at Australian Open (l. to Malisse), Roland Garros (l. to Youzhny) and Wimbledon (l. to Mannarino)…Compiled records of 12-14 on clay, 6-15 on hard and 0-2 on grass. Went 0-4 vs. Top 10 opponents and earned a career-high $735,774…
2012 -- The Spaniard finished in Top 50 for 2nd straight year, highlighted by repeat title in Casablanca (d. countryman Ramos), SF in Belgrade (l. to Paire) and QF in Acapulco (l. to Ferrer), all on clay...Ranked in Top 50 in all but 1 week during season (No. 58 on April 9)...In Grand Slam play, reached 2R at Australian Open
(l. to Chela), Roland Garros (l. to Wawrinka) and US Open (l. to F. Lopez in 5 sets)...Best ATP Masters 1000 result was 4R at Indian Wells (d. No. 18 F. Mayer, l. to Djokovic in 3 sets)...Posted lone Top 10 win (1-2) over No. 8 Tipsarevic in Cincinnati and went 11-11 on clay and 8-16 on hard courts...Earned a career-high $658,528...
2011 -- The Spaniard finished in Top 50 for 1st time, highlighted by maiden ATP World Tour title in Casablanca (d. Starace) in April and runner-up in Stuttgart (l. to Ferrero) in July and Bucharest (l. to F. Mayer) in September, all on his favourite clay surface…Won a personal-best 22 matches on clay (22-14)...Also a QF in 3 other clay tournaments - Costa do Sauipe, Nice and Kitzbühel...His 1st career Top 10 win came over countryman No. 9 Verdasco in Miami 2R and went 3-11 on hard, 0-3 on grass…Earned a career-high $614,566...
2010 -- The Spaniard finished in Top 100 for first time at No. 71, highlighted by reaching his first ATP World Tour final and a successful Challenger season…In September, qualified in Bucharest ranked World No. 105 and reached final (l. to Chela)…Won Challenger title in Orbetello…Also runner-up in two others while putting together a 28-17 match record…In only Grand Slam appearance at Roland Garros, reached 2nd RD for third straight year…Qualified five times during season…Went 8-8 in ATP matches and earned a career- high $184,910.
2009 -- Reached 2R at Roland Garros (d. Ginepri, l. to Mathieu) for 2nd straight year...
2008 -- The Spaniard broke into Top 100 for a short time with a strong season on Challenger circuit...Compiled a 40-21 record (all but one match on clay) with QF or better in 11 tournaments, including back-to-back home soil titles in August at Vigo (d. Crugnola) and San Sebastian (d. Ramirez Hidalgo)...Afterwards, cracked Top 100 at a career-high No. 88 on Aug. 25...Earlier in season, reached finals at Telde (l. to Gabashvili) and Reggio Emilia (l. to Montcourt)...Also a SF at Napoli, San Remo, Milan and Braunschweig...Won three ATP level matches, all as a qualifier, in Valencia (d. Vliegen, l. to No. 5 Ferrer), in Grand Slam debut at Roland Garros (d. Volandri, l. to Gonzalez) and Bucharest (d. Dabul, to Moya)...Also made rare hard court appearance at US Open (l. to Devilder)...Earned a career-high $176,812.
2007 -- Qualified into his first ATP tournament in Costa do Sauipe (l. to Montanes)...Played well in April-May, with SF at Monza and Mas Palomas Challengers and QF at Tunis Challenger...In ATP level play, won first match in Valencia (d. Greul, l. to Starace) and followed with 3rd RD in Barcelona (d. Salva-Vidal, Ferrero-ret., l. to Canas)...Lost in final round of qualifying at Roland Garros (l. to countryman Navarro)...In August, reached final at Trani Challenger (l. to Cipolla) and followed with back-to-back QF at San Marino and Cordenons Challengers...Following month, reached final at Seville Challenger (l. to Gil)...In doubles, reached final at Turin (w/Saretta) and Tarragona (w/Munoz-De La Nava) Challengers...
2006 -- Reached back-to-back Futures finals at Italy #6 in Catania and Italy #7 in Roma Monterotondo before capturing Challenger titles in Rimini, Italy (d. Eschauer) in July and Vigo, Spain (d. Vicente) in August...In doubles, won titles at Mantova, Vigo and Seville Challengers (w/Granollers) and reached finals at Sassuolo (w/Azzaro) and Barcelona (w/Granollers) Challengers...
2005 -- Enjoyed most success on home soil, competing in 17 Futures tournaments in his native country...Won titles in Spain #15 stop in Elche and Spain #31 event in Vilafranca while reaching final at Spain #29 in Barcelona...Also runner-up at Italy #4 in Caltanissetta and SF in four other tournaments...In doubles, went 2-4 in Futures finals...
2004 -- Played five Futures events and advanced to QF in Spain #14 and Belgium #2, his best results...
On 21 February, contested his fourth ATP World Tour doubles final (0-4) at Rio de Janeiro (l. to Klizan-Oswald)…Partnering Marach, the pair beat Peya-Soares 10-7 in Match TB in SFs…
On 1 March, finished runner up with Marach in the Buenos Aires final (l. to Nieminen-Sa 10-7 in Match TB)...
Beat Lopez in Barcelona 3R...On 26 April, dropped to 3-4 in ATP World Tour finals after finishing runner-up (l. to Nishikori)...
On 30 April, retired due to right hip injury at 14 versus G. Melzer in Munich 2R...
On 21 May, failed to convert four match points at 6/2 in third set TB versus Sousa in 76(6) loss in Geneva QFs...
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