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List of achievements

Juan Carlos has been one of the most important tennis players in tennis history and he has the honor of being one of the only three Spanish players who reached number one in the world, milestone which he achieved in September 2003.

He has won a total of 16 titles among them 1 Grand Slam, 4 Masters Series, 2 ATP 500 and 9 ATP 250. In addition, he completed his list of achievements with 3 Davis Cup (2000, 2004 and 2009) highlighting his decisive role the first Davis Cup trophy which Spain won against Australia.

Among his honorary awards, he has been named Promise (Rookie) of the Year by ATP, he has received the Prince Felipe Award for the Best National Sportsman, the French Youth and Sports Medal, the Gold Medal to Sports Merit from Generalitat Valenciana, the Sports Merit Award from the City of Valencia to the most outstanding sports career, he has named Honorary Citizen of the City of Villena,  he is a Sportsman with Olympic Diploma, in addition, he received gold medals and he is honorary member of various regional tennis sports clubs and federations etc .

Development and results

  • Individual honors
  • Individual finalist
2011 Stuttgart 250 (GER)   2002 Hong Kong (CHN)
2010 Umag 250 (CRO)     TMS Monte Carlo (MON)
  Buenos Aires 250 (ARG)   2001 Barcelona (ESP)
  Brasil Open 250 (BRA)     Dubai (UAE)
2009 Casablanca 250 (MAR)     Estoril (POR)
  Copa Davis     TMS Roma (ITA)
2004 Copa Davis   2000 Copa Davis
2003 TMS Madrid   1999 Mallorca (ESP)
  TMS Monte Carlo (MON)      
  Roland Garros (FRA)      
  Valencia (ESP)      
2010 Abierto Mexicano 500 (MEX)   2003 Bangkok (THA)
2009 Umag 250 (CRO)     Sydney (AUS)
2008 ATP Auckland (NZL)     US Open
2007 ATP Costa do Sauipe (BRA)     Copa Davis
2006 TMS Cincinnatti (USA)   2002 Kitzbuhel (AUT)
2005 Barcelona (ESP)     Roland Garros (FRA)
  Viena (AUT)     Tennis Masters Cup
2004 Rotterdam (NED)   2001 Gstaad (SUI)
        TMS Hamburgo (GER)
      2000 Barcelona (ESP)
        Dubai (UAE)

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