Pablo Carreño, current world number 16, has confirmed its participation in the ATP 250 AnyTech365 Andalucía Open 2021 from April 4 to 11 in Marbella (Malaga), the organization reported this Thursday. Carreño thus joins a list of tennis players who will be on the tracks of Puente Romano like the Russian Andrey Rublev, the swiss Stan wawrinka or the spanish Alexander Davidovich Y Pablo Andújar, among others who have already announced their participation.
Pablo Carreño won an important point for Spain in 2018 in Marbella along with Feliciano López in the Davis Cup tie against Great Britain, of which he said he has “very good memories.” “It is a great opportunity to start the European clay court tour at home and surrounded by our audience. how much it helps us on the track. We miss him a lot, so it is appreciated the effort involved in taking forward new tournaments with the current situation, “he said.
In the past Australian Open reached the third round where he had to retiring to Grigor Dimitrov due to physical problems in the abdominal, which will not be an impediment to be able to play the Marbella tournament. The man from Gijón reached the world 'Top-10' at the end of 2017 after reaching the semifinals of the US Open, his best Grand Slam round, which he achieved again in 2020 on the same tracks at Flushing Meadows. Pablo Carreño has won four ATP individual titles and as many in the doubles category throughout his career, both on hard surfaces and on clay, to which must be added the Davis Cup won with Spain in 2019.