Pablo Carreno Busta
Pablo Carreno Busta
Pablo Carreno Busta
Pablo Carreno Busta
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Began playing tennis at age 6.
    • Played almost exclusively on hard courts until his teenage years
    • Began taking tennis more seriously at age 15 and moved to Barcelona to train at Real Club de Tenis Barcelona.
    • Father, Alfonso, is an architect; mother, Maria Antonia, is a doctor; sisters, Lucia and Alicia.
    • Idols growing up were countrymen Juan Carlos Ferrero and David Ferrer. Dream opponent is Ferrero.
    • Favourite surface is clay and shot is backhand.
    • Named 2013 ATP Most Improved Player of the Year (voted by players).
    • Credits playing doubles as key to maintaining his overall tennis level.
    • Supports Sporting de Gijon football team.
    • Underwent back surgery in June 2012 and missed 7 months with herniated disc.
    • Missed 6 weeks in 2017 with abdominal fracture and 10 weeks in 2019 with right shoulder injury.

    (UPDATED 23 MAY 2024)

    • Winner of 7 singles and 4 doubles titles achieved career-high No. 10 in singles and No. 16 in doubles during 2017 season.
    • Captured 2022 Montreal championship to become 15th different Spaniard to win an ATP Masters 1000 title since start of series in 1990.
    • Defeated No. 1 Djokovic and No. 2 Medvedev en route to 2020 Tokyo Olympics bronze medal (held in 2021).
    • Reached US Open SF and Roland Garros QF in both 2017 and 2020, as well as 2016 US Open doubles final with countryman Garcia-Lopez.
    • Member of 2019 Davis Cup championship team and helped Team Spain reach ATP Cup finals in 2020 (5-1 in doubles) and 2022 (4-1 in singles).
    • Sidelined due to an elbow injury since playing Rotterdam in mid-February 2023, returned in October at Spanish challengers in Alicante and Malaga and plays in first tour-level event since February 2023 at 2024 Roland Garros.


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