the conquest of Pablo Carreno of his first Masters 1000 en Montreal joins the long list of successes that Spanish tennis is reaping this season. So far this year, more than a dozen titles have been won by Navy players. In addition, of the six Masters 1000 disputed to date, Spain has had a presence in five finals with up to four different protagonists. Spanish tennis is in full health and there are still big tournaments to be played, so keep the party going…
The year 2022 seemed like a great year for Spanish tennis, with the return to action of Rafael Nadal and the expected hatching of Carlos Alcaraz. But the reality is exceeding all expectations. Not only does the Spaniard continue to add successes -raising the historical record to 22 Grand Slams- and the Murcian has confirmed himself as a tennis player of the highest level, as evidenced by his fourth position in the world ranking and the titles he has won. To this, those persevering workers such as Roberto Bautista, Alejandro Davidovich or Pablo Carreño himselfwhich has just released its private Masters 1000 showcase.
Spain has always been a world power in tennis. There are many representatives of the Navy responsible for so many successes in the Davis Cup and who have traveled the world week after week, leaving our country in a good place. The big titles were usually going to fall into the hands of players like Rafael Nadal, that this year, even thinking about a possible withdrawal, has been able to lift the first two Grand Slams. Who knows if there wouldn’t have been three if that abdominal injury didn’t show up at Wimbledon. Now, Carlos Alcaraz He has also joined the triumph in important places, in which another colleague has just celebrated his first victory, Pablo Carreno.
Historical success in Masters 1000
of the six Masters 1000 held to date, the Navy can boast of having been represented in five finals. Only Rome was left without a Spanish presence. In addition, Spain has had four different Spaniards in the decisive match of the tournaments of that category, with Rafael Nadal, habitual in these fights, and in which they premiered Alexander Davidovich (Montecarlo), alcaraz (Miami and Madrid) and Pablo Carreno (Montreal). These last two putting the icing on the cake with the title.
In total, Spain has already won 13 titles throughout the season in the men’s circuit. Rafael Nadal adds four, the Grand Slams of Australia and Paris, plus the titles in Acapulco and Melbourne. Other four sum Carlos Alcaraz, with his trophies in the Miami and Madrid Masters 1000, plus the titles in Rio and Barcelona. Pablo Carreno adds his first Masters 1000 in Montreal, while Robert Baptist he recorded his name in the list of winners in Doha and Kitzbuhel; Albert Ramos in Cordoba and Peter Martinezin Santiago.
Nor should we forget the title won at the beginning of the year by Paula Badosa in Sydney, in addition to having consolidated its position at the top of the WTA ranking; nor the four Spaniards – Nadal, Alcaraz, Carreño and Bautista – who appear in the top-20 of the ATP. At this point in the year, there are still many important tournaments to be played, such as the US Open or the Davis Cup, among others, so more successes can continue to come for the Armada.