Three elbow surgeries later, Pablo Andujar is still proving he has his place amongst the world’s top tennis players regardless of the hurdles. Three injuries mean three comebacks, making him one of the most resilient and determined players on tour. As of 2017, he had no ranking points whatsoever… talk about character. Ranked World No. 54 heading into his first UTS, Andujar achieved a career-high ranking or No. 32 in 2015. The Valencia native is Spanish in his ways and in his game, you can never call it a day when Andujar is across the net. He’s a survivor. The 34 year-old won 4 career ATP titles and played 5 finals. Off-court, Pablo is a father of 3 and a husband – seems like he can do it all. Can he be the next UTS champion?Watch live
Andujar claims that his favourite shot is his backhand. That’s where he’s most comfortable and most consistent.
Giving up is never an option for Andujar. Whether he’s down in a match or comes back to the tour with zero ranking points, there is always a way.
A gritty player, Andujar likes to break the rhythm with some sneaky dropshots.