Carlos Moyá

Carlos Moyá

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Carlos is one of only a handful of tennis players to have reached three of the greatest heights in the sport, winning a Grand Slam singles title at Roland Garros in 1998, reaching the World Number One the following year, helping Spain to win a Davis Cup title in 2004. The Spaniard first made an impact on the ATP World tour in 1995 after winning his first Tour title in Buenos Aires at the age of 19. He then embarked on a rapid rise up the rankings and less than two years later he found himself in the final of Australian Open. Carlos fulfilled another ambition by becoming World Number One after finishing runner-up at the Indian Wells Masters series event. After battling a foot injury for a number of years, Carlos officially anounced his retirement from professional tennis in 2010.

Track record

1991: N° 1 ATP Ranking


20 ATP Titles

2007: Umag

2006: Buenos Aires

2005: Chennai

2004: Master Series Rome; Acapulco; Chennai;

2003: Umag; Barcelona; Buenos Aires;

2002: Master Series Cincinnati; Umag; Bastad; Acapulco;

2001: Umag

2000: Estoril

1998: Roland Garros; Master Series Monte Carlo;

1997: Long Island

1996: Umag

1995: Buenos Aires

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