Tuesday Morning Man: Pablo Cuevas!
The French Open kicked off on Sunday and one of the men chasing the title is Uruguayan proPablo Cuevas who is currently ranked 24th in the world.
The 31-year-old has won six singles titles and won the 2008 French Open men’s doubles title with Luis Horna. He achieved his career-high singles ranking of world no. ranking of no. 19 last August.
If Pablo seems fresh and eager at this stage in his career it’s probably because injury forced him off the tour for two years before he began to climb his way back in 2013. He won the 2016 Rio Open by defeating Rafael Nadal in the semifinals and Argentine Guido Pella in the final. The next week, he won the Brasil Open and was the runner up at the 2016 Nottingham Open and at the 2016 German Open. He defended his title as the Brasil Open this year.