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Ranking 17
SpainPablo Carreno Busta
Pablo Carreno BustaSpainSpain
Age31
Date of birthJul 12, 1991
Ranking17
Height188 cm
Weight74 kg
BirthplaceGijon

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Last 20 matches statistic

Pablo Carreno Busta Stats

Wins51% (159/314)For last 20 matchesLooses49% (159/314)For last 20 matchesRecieve wins81% (126/156)For last 20 matchesBreakpoints21% (33/158)For last 20 matches

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WinsPrevious 20052% (1894/3619)Previous 2051% (159/314)LoosesPrevious 20048% (1894/3619)Previous 2049% (159/314)Recieve winsPrevious 20082% (1494/1817)Previous 2081% (126/156)BreakpointsPrevious 20022% (400/1802)Previous 2021% (33/158)

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GamesPrevious 3619Last 314

Win serves

1894 (52%)159 (51%)

Lose serves

1725155

Break point conversions

22.20 %20.89 %

Won receiving points

0.82 %0.81 %

About Pablo Carreno Busta

Born in Gijon, Spain, Pablo Carreno-Busta is a professional tennis player who currently holds the 12th spot on the ATP singles ranking. He was born on July 12th, 1991, and turned pro back in 2009. In the same year, he took part in the 2011 Barcelona Open and was knocked out by Benoit Paire in the first round. Today, Pablo lives in Barcelona and trains at the JC Ferrero Equelite Sports Academy in Alicante. Here is some more information about Pablo:

  • Pablo's career record in single matches is 213–175. He had a career-high ATP singles ranking of 10 in 2017.
  • Cesar Fabregas and Samuel Lopez are Carreno-Busta's current coaches.
  • Pablo has won a total of $9,498,598 from the tournaments he participated in.
  • His net worth is estimated to be around $5 million.
  • During the games, he often uses his preferred move, the two-handed backhand, and also his right is his stronger hand.
  • He has had the most success on hard and clay surfaces.
  • In 2016 he won the Moscow and Winston-Salem tournaments on hard courts.
  • In Estoril in 2017, he won the competition on clay court, while in 2019, he was the best player on a hard surface in Chengdu.
  • He got his 5th and the latest title in 2021 when he won against his fellow countryman Jaume Munar in Marbella. 

Pablo Carreno-Busta is currently competing in the German Open, where he has a good chance of winning the 6th title of his career.

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