Former No. 1 in the world in doubles, Juan Sebastián Cabal Valdés is a professional tennis player from Colombia. Although he had a career-high singles ranking of No. 184 in February 2011, his doubles play has been the main source of his success.
The year 2011 is regarded as Cabal’s ATP and Grand Slam debut, as well as the best year for his doubles performance with Argentine Eduardo Schwank at the 2011 French Open, which made history for Colombian tennis. They defeated the No. 1 ranked pair, brothers Mike and Bob Bryan, in the semifinals, 7-6(4), 6-3, before falling to Daniel Nestor and Max Mirnyi in the final.
He again teamed up with Robert Farah at the 2013 Australian Open, where they advanced to the quarterfinals. They also advanced to the ATP250 2013 Open de Nice Côte d’Azur final 2013. He was ranked No. 43 in the world at the end of the year.
In 2019, Cabal and Farah’s most fruitful year to date, they won their first grand slam men’s doubles title at Wimbledon by defeating Frenchmen Nicolas Mahut and Édouard Roger-Vasselin in an exciting five-set match that required four tie-break sets. This victory helped Farah and Cabal both rise to the top of the world rankings in the week that followed the Championships.
Cabal and Farah, who were seeded second for the 2021 French Open, advanced to the semifinals but fell to the eventual winners Pierre-Hughes Herbert and Nicolas Mahut.
Much is Juan Sebastián Cabal Prize Money?
Juan Sebastián has prize money of US$4,478,646.