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Francisco Roig

Francisco Roig

Spanish tennis player
Francisco Roig
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro Spanish tennis player
Is Athlete Sports coach Tennis player Tennis coach
From Spain
Type Sports
Gender male
Birth 1 April 1968, Barcelona, Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Age 53 years
Residence Barcelona
Height: 175
Weight: 69
The details (from wikipedia)


Francisco Roig Genís (born 1 April 1968) is a retired professional tennis player from Spain. He is primarily a doubles player, winning 9 ATP World Tour titles and reaching 12 more finals. He sometimes acts as the alternate coach of fellow Spaniard Rafael Nadal.

ATP Tour doubles finals

Champion (9)

Grand Slam (0)
Tennis Masters Cup (0)
ATP Masters Series (0)
ATP Championship Series (1)
ATP Tour (8)
No. Date Tournament Surface Partnering Opponents in the final Score
1. 4 August 1991 Kitzbühel, Austria Clay Spain Tomás Carbonell Peru Pablo Arraya
Soviet Union Dimitri Poliakov
6–7, 6–2, 6–4
2. 15 November 1992 São Paulo, Brazil Clay Uruguay Diego Pérez Sweden Christer Allgardh
Australia Carl Limberger
6–2, 7–6
3. 11 October 1992 Athens, Greece Clay Spain Tomás Carbonell Uruguay Marcelo Filippini
Netherlands Mark Koevermans
6–3, 6–4
4. 28 August 1994 Umag, Croatia Clay Uruguay Diego Pérez Slovakia Karol Kučera
Kenya Paul Wekesa
6–2, 6–4
5. 28 March 1995 Casablanca, Morocco Clay Spain Tomás Carbonell Portugal Emanuel Couto
Portugal João Cunha e Silva
6–4, 6–1
6. 16 June 1995 Oporto, Portugal Clay Spain Tomás Carbonell Spain Jordi Arrese
Spain Àlex Corretja
6–3, 7–6
7. 23 July 1995 Stuttgart Outdoor, Germany Clay Spain Tomás Carbonell South Africa Ellis Ferreira
Netherlands Jan Siemerink
3–6, 6–3, 6–4
8. 8 October 1995 Valencia, Spain Clay Spain Tomás Carbonell Netherlands Tom Kempers
United States Jack Waite
7–5, 6–3
9. 14 April 1996 Estoril, Portugal Clay Spain Tomás Carbonell Netherlands Tom Nijssen
Netherlands Greg Van Emburgh
6–3, 6–2

Finalist (12)

  • 1992: Guaruja (with Diego Pérez, lost to Christer Allgardh and Carl Limberger).
  • 1993: Umag (with Jordi Arrese, lost to Filip Dewulf and Tom Vanhoudt).
  • 1994: Santiago (with Tomás Carbonell, lost to Karel Nováček and Mats Wilander).
  • 1994: Buenos Aires (with Tomás Carbonell, lost to Sergio Casal and Emilio Sánchez).
  • 1995: Dubai (with Tomás Carbonell, lost to Grant Connell and Patrick Galbraith).
  • 1995: Rotterdam (with Tomás Carbonell, lost to Martin Damm and Anders Järryd).
  • 1996: Casablanca (with Tomás Carbonell, lost to Jiří Novák and David Rikl).
  • 1996: Stuttgart Outdoor (with Tomás Carbonell, lost to Libor Pimek and Byron Talbot).
  • 1998: Antwerp (with Tomás Carbonell, lost to Wayne Ferreira and Yevgeny Kafelnikov).
  • 1998: Lyon (with Tomás Carbonell, lost to Olivier Delaître and Fabrice Santoro).
  • 1999: Majorca (with Alberto Berasategui, lost to Lucas Arnold and Tomás Carbonell).
  • 2001: Majorca (with Feliciano López, lost to Donald Johnson and Jared Palmer).
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