Colombian tennis player Juan Sebastián Cabal Valdés was formerly ranked first in the world in doubles. Even though he achieved a career-high singles ranking of No. 184 in February 2011, his success has mostly come from his doubles ability.

The year 2011 will be remembered as Cabal’s greatest year and the year he made his ATP and Grand Slam debuts, as well as making history for Colombian tennis with his doubles performance with Argentine Eduardo Schwank at the 2011 French Open. In the quarterfinals, they defeated Mike and Bob Bryan, the top-ranked pair, 7-6(4), 6-3, but fell to Daniel Nestor and Max Mirnyi in the final.

In 2013, he was ranked No. 43 in the world at the end of the year. For Cabal and Farah, 2019 was the most productive year. In a thrilling five-set contest that required four tie-break sets at Wimbledon in 2019, they defeated Frenchmen Nicolas Mahut and Édouard Roger-Vasselin to win their first major slam men’s doubles title.


Juan Sebastián Cabal
Juan Sebastián Cabal

The week following the Championships, this triumph assisted Farah and Cabal in their ascent to the top of the global hierarchy. At the 2021 French Open, second-seeded Cabal and Farah reached the semifinals but lost to eventual champions.

Who is Juan Sebastián Cabal’s Coach Jeff Coetzee?

Jeff Coetzee is the current coach of Juan Sebastián Cabal. Jeff was born on April 25, 1977, in the city of Kiel in South Africa.

Jeff is also a professional tennis player who competes frequently on the ATP tour as a doubles expert and has six ATP Tour doubles championships on his name. Coetzee competes in doubles for South Africa in the Davis Cup.


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