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- Age: 29 (01.01.1986)
- Birthplace: Concordia, Argentina
- Residence: Salto, R. Oriental del Uruguay
- Height: 5'11" (180 cm)
- Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)
- Plays: Right-handed
- Turned Pro: 2004
As of 23.03.2015
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Full name is Pablo Gabriel Cuevas...Began playing at age six at a country club with his parents, Gabriel, who is a businessman, and mother, Lucila, who is an accountant...Has one younger brother, Martin “Bebu”, who plays on the Futures and Challenger circuits...Daughter, Alfonsina, born on 10 October 2014...Best moment of his career is winning Roland Garros doubles title (w/Horna) in 2008 and Bastad and Umag singles titles in 2014...Future goal is to reach Top 30 in singles rankings...Considers baseline game and backhand as strengths and favourite surface is clay...Hobbies include surfing and playing football…As a junior, won his native Uruguay Bowl in 2004 and never played in a junior Grand Slam tournament...Favourite holiday spot is Punta del Este and particularly enjoys asados with friends and family when not on Tour…Works with Facundo Savio...Fiancée, Clarita; daughter, Alfonsina, born on 10 October 2014.
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2014 -- The top Uruguayan returned from right knee injury to finish at a year-end high No. 30, climbing 191 places during season. Highest ranked Uruguayan in Emirates ATP Rankings history...Won 1st 2 ATP World Tour titles within a 3-week span. On July 13, captured maiden title in Båstad (d. Sousa), becoming 1st Uruguayan ATP winner since Marcelo Filippini in St. Poelten in May 1997. Then 2 weeks later, as a qualifier, won title in Umag (d. Fognini in SF, Robredo in F). Was 1st Uruguayan to win two titles in the same season since Filippini in ‘97...In Grand Slam play, reached 2R at Roland Garros (l. to Verdasco in 5 sets) and US Open (l. to Anderson in 5th set TB), and 1R at Wimbledon (l. to Stepanek)...In Challenger play, compiled 29-5 record, winning titles in Barranquilla in March (d. Klizan) and Mestre in June (d. Cecchinato) before closing season with back-to-back crowns in Guayaquil (w/o vs. Lorenzi) and Montevideo (d. Dellien)...Compiled records of 13-6 on clay, 5-5 on hard and 0-1 on grass and earned a career-high $629,969...Dropped to 4-5 in ATP World Tour doubles finals, with runner-up in Oeiras (w/Marrero) and Buenos Aires (w/Zeballos)...
2013 -- On 27 May, saved 2 M.P. in 75 fifth set win over Mannarino in Roland Garros 1R…With Zeballos, reached Roland Garros doubles SFs (l. to Llodra-Mahut)…On 26 August, retired due to right knee injury at 1-2 sets versus Tipsarevic in US Open 1R…On 29 September, dropped to 4-3 in ATP World Tour finals after losing in the Kuala Lumpur final (w/Zeballos)…
2011 -- The top Uruguayan played 5 months before being sidelined rest of season with a right knee injury that required surgery on Oct. 11…Compiled a 13-13 mark through May and finished out of Top 100 for 1st time in 3 years...Has protected ranking of No. 54 for 9 tournaments or 9 months in 2012...His best ATP World Tour results were SF showings in Houston (l. to Nishikori) in April and Estoril (l. to del Potro) in May, both on clay…Posted 1st career Top 10 win over No. 8 Roddick in Miami en route to 3R...Final match came at Roland Garros where he retired in 1R to Veic...
2010 -- The top Uruguayan finished in Top 75 for second straight year and won a personal-high 21 matches, highlighted by his first indoor ATP World Tour SF in Moscow (l. Troicki)…Also reached five QFs on clay and compiled a 17-4 Challenger record with one title…Had an ATP-best 15-2 tie-break record…In doubles, won Costa do Sauipe title and runner-up in Estoril (both w/Granollers).
2009 -- The top Uruguayan became first player from his country to finish in Top 50 since Marcelo Filippini was No. 45 in 1997…Enjoyed success on both singles and doubles courts during season…Captured Challenger titles at Napoli (d. Crivoi) and on home soil in Montevideo (d. Gaudio, N. Lapentti)...Also reached SF as a qualifier at ATP World Tour clay-court events in Viña del Mar (l. to F. Gonzalez) and Hamburg (l. to Mathieu)…In doubles, captured titles in Viña del Mar (w/Dabul) and Moscow (w/Granollers)….Also won Challenger titles in Napoli and Bordeaux…Finished No. 40 in doubles...
2008 -- The top Uruguayan compiled his best season in singles and doubles...Advanced to his first ATP singles SF and captured his first ATP level doubles title at Roland Garros (w/Horna)...He and his Peruvian partner became first South American duo to capture a Grand Slam doubles crown in Open Era...They also qualified for Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai and reached SF (l. to Nestor-Zimonjic)...Opened season by reaching SF at Vina del Mar (l. to Gonzalez) and afterwards broke into Top 100 from No. 111 to a career-high No. 88 on Feb. 4...Did not win back-to-back matches again in ATP play rest of season although he advanced to SF at Asuncion and Montevideo Challengers in October...Qualified in four ATP level tournaments (Acapulco, Miami, Rome, US Open) but did not win a match...In doubles, reached first ATP final in Houston (w/Granollers) and biggest tournament came in Paris where they defeated Dlouhy-Paes (3rd RD), Bryans (QF), Soares-Vemic (SF) and Nestor-Zimonjic (F) to secure title...Finished with 20-13 record (9-4 w/Horna) and year-end best No. 21 individually...
2007 -- The Uruguayan No. 1 enjoyed an outstanding year on Challenger circuit with two singles titles at Scheveningen (d. Meffert) and Tunica (d. Brzezicki) in addition to two SF finishes at Florianopolis and Napoli....In doubles, had success with four different partners collecting Sao Paulo-1 (w/Garcia), San Marino (w/Guzman), Montevideo (w/Horna); Medellin, Turin, Florianopolis (all w/Zeballos) crowns....Also runner-up at eight other events...Went 4-1 in ATP singles play, making Grand Slam debut at US Open as a qualifier (l. to Murray) and in doubles (7-5 mark) reached 3rd RD at Roland Garros (w/Berlocq) and 2nd RD at US Open (w/Eschauer)....Began year at No. 230 and climbed to a career-high No. 116 in July.
2006 -- Continued Futures success with title at Colombia #1 and SF at Argentina #1...Made break through in Challengers with runner-up at Naples (l. to Berlocq) and SF at Joinville and Manta in consecutive weeks...In doubles, captured first Challenger title in Montauban (w/A. Garcia) and added crown in Naples (w/Zeballos)...Also runner-up in back-to-back weeks at Quito and Medellin Challengers (w/Zeballos)
2005 -- Captured first title at Argentina Futures #10 and following week reached final at Uruguay Futures #1...Also winner at Venezuela Futures #8 and finalist at Romania Futures #6...In doubles, reached 11 Futures finals, winning five.
2004 -- Made Davis Cup debut against Haiti and won both matches...Advanced to first SF at Romania Futures #12 and QF at Romania Futures #11 and Brazil Futures #13
2003 -- Won first pro match at Uruguay Futures #1
On 15 February, became the first Uruguayan to reach the final in Sao Paulo and improved to 3-0 in tour-level title matches after a 7-6(4) third set win over qualifier Vanni…
On 20 February, lost to Nadal in three sets QF at Rio de Janeiro in second-latest finish on ATP World Tour at 3:18 a.m. local time…
Fell to Lopez in ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells 3R...
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