24 Facts About Pablo Cuevas

1. Pablo Cuevas won the 2008 French Open men's doubles title with Luis Horna.

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2. In September 2019, Pablo Cuevas led the Uruguayan Davis Cup team to a victory over the Dominican Republic, winning entry into the highest Davis Cup tier, the World Group.

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3. Pablo Cuevas opened the year at the Movistar Open in Vina del Mar, Chile.

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4. Pablo Cuevas earned his first tour-level victory in his first-round match against Guillermo Coria.

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5. At the 2008 French Open in May, Pablo Cuevas partnered with Peruvian Luis Horna to win the doubles title.

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6. Pablo Cuevas reached the semifinals of that tournament by beating Bjorn Phau, ninth-seeded Jurgen Melzer, eighth-seeded Philipp Kohlschreiber, and 14th-seeded Nicolas Almagro in the quarterfinals.

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7. Pablo Cuevas played in the 2009 Kremlin Cup as fifth seed.

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8. Pablo Cuevas defeated eight-seeded Albert Montanes at the 2010 Abierto Mexicano Telcel to reach quarter-finals, where he lost to David Ferrer.

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9. At the 2011 US Men's Clay Court Championships, Pablo Cuevas beat third seeded Guillermo Garcia-Lopez to reach semi-finals, where he lost to Kei Nishikori.

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10. In 2014, Pablo Cuevas won the first round matches at the Rio Open, Portugal Open and Roland Garros.

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11. At the 2015 Australian Open, Pablo Cuevas lost in first round to unseeded player Matthias Bachinger.

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12. Pablo Cuevas began the Latin American season with his third ATP singles title at the ATP 250 Sao Paulo, after beating Jiri Vesely, Nicolas Almagro, and Santiago Giraldo.

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13. Pablo Cuevas partnered his brother Martin to defeat doubles specialists Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah.

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14. At the Indian Wells Masters, Pablo Cuevas defeated Jarkko Nieminen to reach the third round, where he lost to Feliciano Lopez.

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15. Pablo Cuevas lost in second round of the Miami Masters to Thomaz Bellucci.

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16. Pablo Cuevas was the runner up at the 2016 Nottingham Open to Steve Johnson.

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17. Pablo Cuevas was runner up at the 2016 German Open to Martin Klizan.

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18. Pablo Cuevas broke his foot in the summer which limited his activity for the rest of the year.

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19. Pablo Cuevas won his first challenger title in almost 2 years at the Tunis Open.

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20. At the French Open, Pablo Cuevas made the third round to match his best result at the tournament for the fourth time before being defeated by world number 4 Dominic Thiem.

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21. Pablo Cuevas was part of team Uruguay for the Inaugural 2020 ATP Cup but lost all of his matches to Japan'sYoshihito Nishioka, Spain's Rafael Nadal, and Georgia's Nikoloz Basilashvili.

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22. Pablo Cuevas lost to eventual champion Cristian Garin in Cordoba and had four match points against top seed Diego Schwartzman in Buenos Aires, but fell short.

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23. At the 2021 Open Sopra Steria de Lyon, Pablo Cuevas won both the singles and the doubles along with his brother Martin Pablo Cuevas.

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24. Pablo Cuevas made his debut for the Uruguay Davis Cup team in April 2004 at the age of 18.

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