Tommy Robredo will say farewell at the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell

The Catalan tennis player announced it at a tournament event with Vilarnau

Tommy Robredo will say goodbye to the courts at the next Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell. This was announced by the Catalan tennis player himself in an act at the Vilarnau vineyard together with the director of the tournament, David Ferrer. Robredo, 39, has had a brilliant career in the world of tennis, with the title on the courts of his club, the RCTB-1899, achieved in 2004 or the number 5 position in the ATP ranking that he achieved in 2006.

Because of this, the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell will grant him a wildcard to say goodbye to the competition in his home tournament “the one I love the most”, he said during the act. “I wanted to say goodbye at home, look at the stands and see that there is a crowd, my people. That is why the pandemic has delayed it a bit ”, he lamented.

In his record there are 12 ATP titles from 23 finals played, including a Masters 1,000 in Hamburg. He also has three Davis Cup titles and has been quarterfinalist at Roland Garros on four occasions.