Carlos Taberner is a Spanish professional tennis player. He has an ATP career-high ranking of 93. He reached this in October 2021. He has made it to 16 career singles finals and he also has several ATP Challenger titles.
Taberner was born as Carlos Taberner Garcia on August 8, 1997. He stands 183 cm and his last listed weight is 78 kg. The Spanish player is right-handed and he has a two-handed backhand. He turned pro in 1997 and he has had several coaches over that time including Marcos Esparcia, Germán Anglada, José Francisco Altur, and Pablo Lozano.
After turning professional in 2015, Taberner debuted on the ATP Tour circuit in 2018. It was the Open Sud de France, which was held in Marseille. He made it to the main draw defeating Marco Trungelliti and Benjamin Bonzi. He beat Norbert Gombos in the first round before falling to Lucas Pouille in the second.
He qualified to play in the 2021 French Open but was stopped in his tracks by Roman Safiullin. In June 2021, he beat Manuel Guinard to win the Open du Pays d’Aix which gave him a world ranking of 113.
In October of that year, he won at the Losinj Open, his fourth Challenger title. This win helped him break through to the top 10 and he landed in the No.93 spot. In 2022, he played in the Australian Open.
Highest Ranking: No. 93 (25 October 2021)Current Ranking: No. 108 (February 2022)
Grand Slam Singles Performances
Australian Open - 1R (2022)French Open - 1R (2018, 2021)Wimbledon - Q2 (2021)US Open - 1R (2021)
Highest ranking - No. 337 (18 September 2017)Current ranking - No. 727 (8 November 2021)