Tommy Robredo returns to the winners' circle for the first time in five years, prevailing in Lisbon. Tommy Robredo makes his return to the BNP Paribas Open after missing the 2016 event due to injury.

No other rights or warranties are granted for comp use.© 2020 Getty Images. 16 €46,600 Hamburg, Germany He began with a semifinal showing at the Robredo 2006 season didn't start well, losing in the second round of the Robredo had a great European clay season, which began with a quarterfinal at the At his US Open preparation, he was upset in the second round He then suffered 3 back-to-back loses starting with the quarterfinals of the At the European clay season, he reached back-to-back 3rd round rounds of the At the grass courts, as the top seed he was upset by qualifier Robredo started the season with back-to-back loses at the first rounds of the In 2012, Robredo did not play for the first five months due to a knee injury. (1982.05.01) 184 2019.09.02 203 2019.09.16 His opponent was Lleyton Hewitt, who took the first two sets 6-4, 6-1.

Indoor Your Getty Images representative will discuss a renewal with you.By clicking the Download button, you accept the responsibility for using unreleased content (including obtaining any clearances required for your use) and agree to abide by any restrictions.The IBM strategic repository for digital assets such as images and videos is located at Your team's Premium Access agreement is expiring soon.Boards are the best place to save images and video clips. At times, even though he has gained a significant advantage through his groundstrokes, Robredo does not make an effort to end off the point cleanly by hitting a clean winner or by coming up to the net to volley. Clay Outdoor SR=strike rate (events won/competed) Jose Luis Aparisi LESSON 6 - How to generate heavy topspin on single handed backhand. 48 Backhand Two-Handed 1998 Turned Pro 2005 0/0 YTD Won/Lost 0/0 0 YTD Titles 0 533/357 CAREER W/L 200/216 ... Tommy Robredo 67 6 76 7 62. Clay 2011 Auckland New Zealand Outdoor Hard R16 Thomaz Bellucci 64 36 61. LESSON 3 - Tommy Robredo balance on backhand. Rank 201 Lessons. €46,600 Due to the penetrating nature of his groundstrokes, he can effectively control points and force weak returns from his opponents, finishing points quickly. The EZA account is not a license. Tommy Robredo had a career-high singles ranking ATP World No. *{{ t('save_amount', { amount_saved: formatPrice(pack.amountYouSave) }) }}{{ t('pack_count_lowercase', { total: pack.packCount }) }}{{t('compared_with_single_price', {price: formatPrice(selectedSize.price) }) }}*Packs never expire as long as you sign in at least once a yearWith Market-freeze, you can rest easy knowing we'll remove this image from our site for as long as you need it, with custom durations and total buyouts available.Can only be used for the specific purposes listed. Robredo's first serve is not considered his weapon due to its lack of any significant pace, but it is not weak to the point that opponents can capitalise on it. Rank Tommy Robredo opens his bid to reclaim the Grand Prix Hassan II title with victory over Sergiy Stakhovsky. LESSON 5 - 3 steps to the perfect one handed backhand. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)You have view only access under this Premium Access agreement. (ES) Tommy Robredo, su AS.com, AS. Gasquet’s one-handed backhand is one of the best things to have happened to men’s tennis. He employs a high amount of top-spin for his second serve, making it slow but pushing his opponents further back, preventing his opponents from hitting return aces. 202 142

Total Financial Commitment Total Financial Commitment Robredo has reached the quarterfinals of seven Grand Slam singles tournaments. Clay Module 2. Seville, Spain Tommy Robredo upsets top seed Grigor Dimitrov on Thursday to reach the Marrakech quarter-finals. Rank He is known for his versatility and solid groundstrokes on both wings. 442 5, which he reached in August 2006 as a result of winning the Hamburg Masters earlier in the year.

However, Robredo's main weaknesses is his over-defensiveness.

Juan Monaco interviews Tommy Robredo at the Bastad player party. This makes him especially vulnerable against clutch players who can make use of their opponents' speed or direction to turn the point around, such as Some fans refer to Robredo as "Disco Tommy" for the long, wavy hairstyle he began cultivating during the 2006 tennis season; after Robredo mentioned that he calls his coach "2007 marked increased media exposure for Robredo.