Pablo Andujar is a professional right-handed tennis player from Spain. He likes to use the technique of a two-handed backhand.

His best marks include advancing the fourth round of the 2019 US Open and the semifinals of the 2021 French Open doubles.

Pablo Andujar Early Life

According to ATP Tour, he was born in Cuenca, Spain, on January 23, 1986. Pablo Andujar weighs 80 kg and stands 5 feet 11 inches tall regarding his physique, and is currently 36 years old.

His full name is Pablo Andújar Alba, and Aquarius governs him. His parents are Inma and Jose Alba.

Pablo Andujar
Image Source: Pablo’s Instagram

Pablo Andujar Career

As per Wikipedia, as a junior, Pablo had a singles win/loss record of 67–16 (and a doubles win/loss record of 48–14). In June 2004, Pablo rose to Number. 5 in the combined junior world rankings.

Pablo Andujar made his Grand Slam debut as a lucky loser at the 2008 French Open when he defeated Filippo Volandri in the second round. Next, he competed in the 2009 Australian Open but was defeated in the first round by Gilles Simon.

Then, he beat Robby Ginepri in the first round of the 2009 French Open but fell in the second round to Paul-Henri Mathieu of France. Finally, he reached the 2010 BCR Open Romania final, where Juan Ignacio Chela defeated him.

Also, Know more about Daniel Altmaier.

Pablo earned his first ATP championship in 2011, defeating Italian Potito Starace at the Grand Prix Hassan II tournament in Morocco. As a result, on April 25, 2011, he joined the top 50 at World No. 48.

During the 2011 season, the Spaniard reached two more ATP finals, one at the Stuttgart Open and the other at the BCR Open Romania.

Pablo Andujar was a finalist in doubles with Carlos Berlocq in Via del Mar, Chile, in January 2012. He reached the quarterfinals of the Abierto Mexicano Telcel in February. He finally won his second title in April 2012 in Morocco, defeating Albert Ramos Violas in the final.

He reached the semifinals of an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament for the first time in his career in May 2013, as a wildcard and World No. 113 in the ATP Rankings, at Madrid, where he was defeated 6–0, 6–4 by Rafael Nadal.

Then, in 2014, he defeated Juan Mónaco to win his third title at the Swiss Open. Finally,  Finally, Finally, Pablo reached his most important final in the 2015 Barcelona Open, where Kei Nishikori defeated him.

Pablo went through three elbow surgeries between March 2016 and April 2017 with three different surgeons, and he considered retiring if the third one failed. Thus, he lost five of his first six matches at all levels after his return in January 2018.

Pablo Andujar
Image Source: Pablo’s Instagram

However, Pablo Andujar won his fourth ATP tournament, and first in four years, at Marrakesh in April 2018, defeating Kyle Edmund in straight sets to become the lowest-ranked tour-level titlist since World No. 550, Lleyton Hewitt, in Adelaide in 1998.

In September, he made his maiden Grand Slam quarterfinal appearance at the 2019 US Open, defeating Kyle Edmund, Lorenzo Sonego, and Alexander Bublik in the first three rounds.

Then, the Spaniard reached the semifinals of the Geneva Open in May 2021, defeating Roger Federer in three sets. Despite this, Pablo was defeated by eventual champion Casper Ruud in the semifinals.

Hence, Pablo Andujar only made it to the second round of the 2021 Wimbledon Championships for the second time in his career. Pablo qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in singles and doubles, playing with Roberto Carballés Baena.

For the first time in his career, he concluded 2021 with a 5–3 Grand Slam record.

In addition, for the first time, he defeated Alex Molčan in the third round of the 2022 Australian Open, completing a career set of third-round appearances at all four Grand Slams.

Pablo Andujar
Image Source: Pablo’s Instagram

Pablo Andujar Personal Life

His wife is Cristena Moreta, and he is the father of two children. Based on his Instagram posts, Pablo Andujar seems to be spending most of his free time with his family.

It implies that Pablo is also a proud husband and father besides his profession.

Pablo Andujar Net Worth

Pablo’s actual income is unavailable. However, Pablo Andujar is a brilliant player, and tennis is his major source of income, so he might be earning a decent amount from his profession.

On the other hand, his net worth could be approximately $2 million or a bit above as per our estimation.

Also, Know more about Tallon Griekspoor.

Pablo Andujar Instagram

On Instagram, his handle is @pabloandujaroficial, and it has 350 posts, 32.1k followers, and 439 followings. He frequently shares posts that are related to his game. So, follow him to stay up to date on his life.

Look out for a more detailed biography about your favorite Tennis Player, please check out Sportscovering.