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Juan Sebastián Cabal Ranking: What is Juan Sebastián Cabal Current Ranking?

Juan Sebastian is a Colombian professional tennis player who is a former world No. 1 in doubles. Although in February of 2011 he reached a career-high No. 184 in the singles rankings, most of his success has come from playing in doubles.



Cabal is a three-time winner of a Grand Slam tournament, having won the Wimbledon Championships and the US Open in men’s doubles in 2019 alongside fellow compatriot Robert Farah. Additionally, Cabal won the Australian Open in mixed doubles with Abigail Spears in 2017, making him a three-time winner of a Grand Slam tournament.

Juan Sebastián Cabal
Juan Sebastián Cabal

In men’s doubles competition, he and Eduardo Schwank finished in second place at the 2011 French Open, and he and Farah finished in second place at the 2018 Australian Open.



The 20 doubles championships that Cabal has won on the ATP Tour, including two at the Masters 1000 level, helped propel them to the top spot in the doubles rankings for the first time on July 15, 2019.



He has dominated the doubles rankings for a total of 29 weeks, and he and Farah were named the ATP Doubles Team of the Year for 2019. He has spent a total of 29 weeks at the top. Since 2008, Cabal has competed for Colombia in the Davis Cup, and he is also scheduled to do so at the Olympic Games in 2012, 2016, and 2020.


Juan Sebastián Cabal Ranking: What is Juan Sebastián Cabal Current Ranking?

2022
12
Ránking
 
Cambio
14-14
G-P
0
Títulos
$264,238
Premio En Dinero
Carrera
1
Mejor Ránking 2019.07.15
370-228
G-P
20
Títulos
$4,877,513
Premios Diner Singles Y Dobles Combinados

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