Synonyms for roberto_carballés_baena or Related words with roberto_carballés_baena

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Examples of "roberto_carballés_baena"
Roberto Carballés Baena was the defending champion but lost in the quarterfinals to Uladzimir Ignatik.
Roberto Carballés Baena was the defending champion but retired in the second round facing Maximilian Marterer.
Horacio Zeballos won the title after defeating Roberto Carballés Baena 6–3, 6–4 in the final.
James Cerretani and Philipp Oswald won the title after defeating Roberto Carballés Baena and Christian Garin 6–3, 6–2 in the final.
He qualified to the main draw of 2015 French Open after wins against Roberto Marcora, Blaž Rola and Roberto Carballés Baena. He lost in the first round against Lukáš Rosol in straight sets.
Roberto Carballés Baena (born 23 March 1993) is a Spanish tennis player. He achieved a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 120 in October 2015. He reached the semifinals at Casablanca as a qualifier in 2014. His favourite surface is clay, on which he has won six ITF Futures tournaments.
Ramos Viñolas next played at the Swedish Open as the third seed. He defeated Roberto Carballés Baena in straight sets, and then beat Andrea Arnaboldi in three sets. In the semifinals, he defeated top seed David Ferrer in straight sets. He won his first ATP title when he defeated fifth seed Fernando Verdasco in the final in straight sets.
Tomic then participated at the 2016 Australian Open as the 16th seed. He breezed through to the 4th round with defeats over Denis Istomin, Simone Bolelli and John Millman before losing in straight sets to eventual runner up and second seed Andy Murray. Tomic next participated at the 2016 Ecuador Open Quito as the top seed. He defeated Roberto Carballés Baena in the second round after a first round bye. He then lost to Paolo Lorenzi in the quarterfinals in three tight sets. Tomic next contested the 2016 Delray Beach International where he was the second seed. He lost in the first round to eventual runner-up Rajeev Ram in straight sets.
After impressing in 2016 and climbing the ATP Ranking, Ruud lost in the third and final round of 2017 Australian Open – Men's Singles Qualifying to Reilly Opelka. Ruud then received a wildcard into the ATP 500 event 2017 Rio Open where he defeated Rogério Dutra Silva, Roberto Carballés Baena, and Thiago Monteiro to advance to his first ATP level semifinal. This made him the youngest to make an ATP 500 semifinal since Borna Ćorić at the 2014 Swiss Indoors. Ruud was defeated by Pablo Carreño Busta in the semifinals but reached a career-high ranking of 133. Ruud received a wildcard into the 2017 Miami Open, marking his first appearance at an ATP Masters 1000 tournament.
Sousa began the spring clay court season at the Grand Prix Hassan II in Casablanca, where he was beaten by world number 273 Roberto Carballés Baena in a second-round match lasting over three hours. This loss started an eight-match losing streak that lasted the remainder of the clay court season – it included losses at the Monte-Carlo Masters, at the Barcelona Open, at the Portugal Open, at the Madrid Masters, at the Rome Masters, and at the Düsseldorf Open. In the first round of the 2014 French Open, Sousa suffer his eighth consecutive loss against world number 2 Novak Djokovic. During this run of losses, Sousa reached the semifinals of the Portugal Open's doubles competition and the third round at the 2014 French Open doubles competition, where he partnered with American Jack Sock and lost to Andrey Golubev and Sam Groth.