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Boluda makes his ITF debut.

Morgan Z
04-13-2007, 07:20 PM
Carlos will make his debut at the G3 in Alicante that'll be played week after next.

It's played at JC Ferrero's academy.



http://www.equelite.com/eniusimg/enius100/2007/04/adjuntos_fichero_43618.pdf

Rpp
04-13-2007, 08:37 PM
Most interesting...would be nice to follow the results. Boluda should have possibility to go far in this one, even the sensational win is possible.

Enjoy Incubus
04-13-2007, 08:45 PM
Que boluda:p

Morgan Z
04-13-2007, 09:00 PM
By the way, there is another G3 in Spain which is played next week. The wild cards for that one haven't been announced. It is possible that he will play there and then here!

Alvarillo
04-14-2007, 12:34 PM
interesting ...
Godd Luck Carlos!

Alex Formosa
04-17-2007, 08:59 AM
Dates : 17 Apr to 22 Apr 2007
Venue : Club de Tenis Horadada, Alicante, Spain
Grade : Grade 3
Surface : Hard

main draw 1R
WC BOLUDA CARLOS ESP vs KHOTULEV STEPAN SLO
295 8 BARNES LEWIS GBR vs BULL ALEX GBR

Carlos! :D

Morgan Z
04-18-2007, 09:00 AM
So the wild card guess was correct.

The draw has been changed:

http://www.clubtenishoradada.com/openobralia2007/paginas/fm.htm


He plays a Brit so hopefully he'll lose.

Caio_Brasil
04-18-2007, 11:59 AM
what's the deal with Boluda? How old is he??

scarecrows
04-18-2007, 12:00 PM
what's the deal with Boluda? How old is he??

14

it's not a hype for nothing, believe me

Caio_Brasil
04-18-2007, 12:05 PM
14

it's not a hype for nothing, believe me

thank you!!!

Rui Barata
04-18-2007, 10:12 PM
And he won, 6/0 and 6/3 :eek: :eek:

Alex Formosa
04-19-2007, 02:29 PM
2R
Carlos Boluda 75 60 Karunuday Singh IND :)
QF
Carlos Boluda vs Tim Hewitt GBR (1989)

A tough match, I hope Carlos wins!

extremaduratenis
04-19-2007, 03:05 PM
Congrats Carlos!!!!

Morgan Z
04-19-2007, 04:26 PM
Tim, take him. :woohoo:

Rpp
04-19-2007, 04:49 PM
Tim, take him. :woohoo:

ITF-400 has zero-chance...sorry.

Morgan Z
04-19-2007, 09:46 PM
Tim is far better than 400. He is under ranked because he hasn't played much.

He shocked us all by winning the British 18&U Nationals last year after coming from nowhere and has a win over an ATP top 800 player.



All that said, Boluda will still be the favourite.

Alex Formosa
04-20-2007, 04:21 PM
QF
Carlos Boluda 63 61 Tim Hewitt GBR (1989) Wow! impressive, sorry for Morgan.:angel:   
SF
Carlos Boluda vs #1 seed Damian Hume RSA(1989) :rolleyes:

This is Carlos in the first round, Alicante, 18/04/2007. He looks stronger than ever.

Morgan Z
04-20-2007, 07:22 PM
Tim. :(

Hume is terribly over ranked because he plays so much in Africa. Carlos has a chance.

Rpp
04-20-2007, 08:47 PM
Tim. :(

Hume is terribly over ranked because he plays so much in Africa. Carlos has a chance.

More than a chance, this could be tight but I'm still for Boluda and he should go all the way. Interesting to see what happens next with him. Would be nice if Spanish Federation could get him to FO.

Rui Barata
04-21-2007, 11:35 PM
Hume vs. Boluda 7/5 6/2

Beren
04-25-2007, 09:25 AM
1ºR Villena

Carlos Boluda def. Andrei Savulescu 6-2,7-5 :yeah:

Morgan Z
04-26-2007, 08:44 AM
Josh Milton took him out in the second round.

Josh. :D

ovb
05-03-2007, 08:02 PM
:hatoff: Hi everybody, first time around for me here.
As we alll saw Carlos' huge talent and keeping in mind that despite his age he already did well in ITF and at U16 tournaments (he did win one in Czech Republic earlier this year) I'd like to challenge you in guessing who'll be the first player born in '93 (like him) or younger who will succeed to beat him? And when?

I'll put my money on Porumb (Romania), very impressive kid, unfortunately for him also very inconstant, with no "pro" mentality at all yet. There is a little bit of Nastase in him: huge talent, but not always doubled by ambition and willingness to fight. Anyway, keep an eye on him and place tou own bets!

Melvins
05-03-2007, 09:44 PM
:hatoff: Hi everybody, first time around for me here.
As we alll saw Carlos' huge talent and keeping in mind that despite his age he already did well in ITF and at U16 tournaments (he did win one in Czech Republic earlier this year) I'd like to challenge you in guessing who'll be the first player born in '93 (like him) or younger who will succeed to beat him? And when?

I'll put my money on Porumb (Romania), very impressive kid, unfortunately for him also very inconstant, with no "pro" mentality at all yet. There is a little bit of Nastase in him: huge talent, but not always doubled by ambition and willingness to fight. Anyway, keep an eye on him and place tou own bets!

Bernard Tomic, from Australia, born in 1992 November or October. So, only 2/3 months of difference to Boluda. I think no more guy, at the moment, with impressive results like this 2 juniors.;)

Morgan Z
05-03-2007, 09:55 PM
Yeah, but success at 14s level doesn't guarantee anything. Eysseric was fairly ordinary as a 14 year old but look at him now! Okay, he was very good in France but nowhere near the other top guys - Inzerillo, Berankis etc. were far better.

Maybe Boluda will be overtaken by some other 1993 boy in the years to come! Unlikely, though. :lol:

ovb
05-04-2007, 07:23 PM
Tomic? I've read a lot of good things about him on this forum - I also read that he's actually older, being born earlier than 92 :confused: - but so far it seems that he avoids playing in Europe and Carlos doesn't travel outside the continent. So we'll have to wait a while for this game.
On the other hand, Morgan is right, success at 14 doesn't guarantee you anything, more than this, very successfull young players already in the ATP Top 100 weren't dominating at all U12, U14 or U16 categories at their time. Still, I'd say that you have to be a regular player - at least -in the quarters or semis by the time you are 14-15-16-17 to hope that you'll make it to the top. Romania has examples of both categories, good juniors who got lost on the way or Hanescu, who barely played international junior tournaments and almost had to quit tennis because of the lack of money, afterwards - and before his back injury - reaching a career high ATP ranking of 35 or so...
Back to Carlos and his 93 and younger opponents - at least the European ones - I think it's a matter of not more than 1 year until they catch up with him mentally first of all and, some of them, also physically.
It' also very likely that the "surprise" will come from the US...

Rpp
05-04-2007, 08:10 PM
Players born 1992 who will challenge Tomic as well as Boluda:
Souto VEN
Biryukov RUS
Khacharyan RUS
Laaksonen FIN
and maybe Kudla US, Uchiyama JPN.

Tomic has the highest ranking but he has collected the points in Asia where it is easier than in Europe. At his own age group Boluda will not be challenged for ages...he is not even likely to play many more under 14's tournaments.

Mr. ME
05-04-2007, 08:44 PM
boluda is outstanding for the moment in U14 - but that doesn't make him impossible to defeat. i think players as porumb and volkov might develop into huge servers who might put pressure on boluda on fasters surfaces in a few years.

it feels like serve and return is very important as a senior, when boluda got his title in tarbes for example his enourmous strength in the baseline rallies gave him most of the points.

ovb
05-04-2007, 08:46 PM
It' s very likely that Carlos will play the European Championships to defend his title or at least the U14 Masters in September. I'm looking forward for a surpirse at the Masters (maybe Porumb, maybe Vrnak), it depends very much on how Carlos will cope with the U16 and ITF tournaments he'll play till then and how much and how fast the other 93 kids will "grow up", I repeat, mainly as mentality.
Interesting thing to look for, anyway...

Morgan Z
05-04-2007, 09:09 PM
There's a 1992 boy from India called Yuki Bhambri who is very good. His points come from weaker tourneys, but he is very talented at the same time. I think that he beat Ashot Khacharyan last year.

Plus he has beaten a top 50 player already - Andrew Thomas. Though Thomas wasn't in the top 50 when he beat him!


It'll be interesting to see if Carlos can actually win the European 16s Championships this year. I have heard that Wilander was the only person to have won the 14s and 16s in back to back years.

SHB
05-04-2007, 10:19 PM
Players born 1992 who will challenge Tomic as well as Boluda:
Souto VEN
Biryukov RUS
Khacharyan RUS
Laaksonen FIN
and maybe Kudla US, Uchiyama JPN.

Tomic has the highest ranking but he has collected the points in Asia where it is easier than in Europe. At his own age group Boluda will not be challenged for ages...he is not even likely to play many more under 14's tournaments.

If I were going to put one American on that list, it would be Ryan Harrison, who's already beaten Boluda and lost to him in three sets in their other match.

SHB
05-04-2007, 10:23 PM
It' also very likely that the "surprise" will come from the US...

Do you have someone in mind? 1993 isn't considered a strong year for American juniors.

ovb
05-05-2007, 09:04 AM
Do you have someone in mind? 1993 isn't considered a strong year for American juniors.

Egger Emmett, for instance

Morgan Z
05-05-2007, 11:17 AM
How good (or bad) is Sean Berman? He looks very small and light to me, but if he grows physically can he be a top 100 player in the making?

SHB
05-05-2007, 06:41 PM
Here's some commentary on Egger and Berman from West Nott, a writer for undergroundtennis.com, who evidently hit with them and watched them during the Easter Bowl last month.

"I hit a few hours with Sean Berman and Emmett Egger. Sean packs a big punch for his size and Emmett serves and volleys on every first serve. Emmett played cautious throughout the entire event off the ground except for the finals, who knows if he can unlock his potential when he is "supposed to win" in the future. What is commendable is his willingness to serve and volley on every first serve and sometimes on the second. It should pay big dividends in the long-term if he develops the ability to have 5 or 6 different first serves. Time will tell. As for Sean, what's missing is a serve and a mid-court game."

Bad Religion
05-06-2007, 11:13 AM
Carlos will make his debut at the G3 in Alicante that'll be played week after next.

It's played at JC Ferrero's academy.



http://www.equelite.com/eniusimg/enius100/2007/04/adjuntos_fichero_43618.pdf

Equelite Academy :rocker2:

GustavoM_Fan
05-12-2007, 09:11 AM
Here's some commentary on Egger and Berman from West Nott, a writer for undergroundtennis.com, who evidently hit with them and watched them during the Easter Bowl last month.

"I hit a few hours with Sean Berman and Emmett Egger. Sean packs a big punch for his size and Emmett serves and volleys on every first serve. Emmett played cautious throughout the entire event off the ground except for the finals, who knows if he can unlock his potential when he is "supposed to win" in the future. What is commendable is his willingness to serve and volley on every first serve and sometimes on the second. It should pay big dividends in the long-term if he develops the ability to have 5 or 6 different first serves. Time will tell. As for Sean, what's missing is a serve and a mid-court game."

:worship: WEST NOTT :worship:

He is the Pacific Oceania Davis Cup team best player, he beat AndyRod some years ago at Juniors.................... :devil:

See this result... they destroyed Pakistan is the last rubber at the last month: http://www.daviscup.com/results/tieresult.asp?tie=100008995
(http://www.daviscup.com/results/tieresult.asp?tie=100008995)

This guy study at United States, but his born place are Marshall Islands (USA... I think)

yeko
05-18-2007, 04:34 PM
:hatoff: Hi everybody, first time around for me here.
As we alll saw Carlos' huge talent and keeping in mind that despite his age he already did well in ITF and at U16 tournaments (he did win one in Czech Republic earlier this year) I'd like to challenge you in guessing who'll be the first player born in '93 (like him) or younger who will succeed to beat him? And when?

I'll put my money on Porumb (Romania), very impressive kid, unfortunately for him also very inconstant, with no "pro" mentality at all yet. There is a little bit of Nastase in him: huge talent, but not always doubled by ambition and willingness to fight. Anyway, keep an eye on him and place tou own bets!

Hi there ...there is a kid Diego Hidalgo from Ecuador from 1993 ...he`s actually #1 in southamericas COSAT ....very talented and strong ...hes going to play in tennis europe 16u tournaments in june italy and France ...keep and eye on him !!

ovb
05-18-2007, 07:57 PM
Hi there ...there is a kid Diego Hidalgo from Ecuador from 1993 ...he`s actually #1 in southamericas COSAT ....very talented and strong ...hes going to play in tennis europe 16u tournaments in june italy and France ...keep and eye on him !!

Thanks yeko! I'll sure look for Diego, you made me curious. Do you know which U16 tournaments is he going to play? Montecatini and Avvenire in Italy and La Baule in France? Maybe also Le Pontet in France?

ovb
05-21-2007, 07:24 PM
Hi everybody!

Any news about Carlos in the last month? I was not able to "trace" him at any tournament...

Thanks

yeko
05-21-2007, 07:38 PM
Thanks yeko! I'll sure look for Diego, you made me curious. Do you know which U16 tournaments is he going to play? Montecatini and Avvenire in Italy and La Baule in France? Maybe also Le Pontet in France?
That`s correct ! ...1st montecatini(June 3) and avennire then 3 in france:le baule ,Le Pontet and Paris cadets ....thats because new regulations from Cosat send #1 and #2 14U to play Europe`s 16U...the idea is ,not much expectations on inmediate results but valuable experience for the future...let`s see how it works (some S.A coaches dissagree ) ...terrific if you can see him over there...let us know comments .

Alex Formosa
05-21-2007, 09:40 PM
Hi everybody!

Any news about Carlos in the last month? I was not able to "trace" him at any tournament...

Thanks

17/05/2007 - 20/05/2007 Girona, Catalonia
Future Slam Tour 2007 U-16

1R
Miguel Almeida (POR) 16 64 62 Carlos Boluda :eek:
Consolation 1R
Carlos Boluda 61 63 Sandro Ehrat (SUI)
Consolation SF
Carlos Boluda 61 61 Romain Arnéodo (FRA)
Consolation F
Carlos Boluda vs Roberto Ortega (ESP)

Almeida(29/6 1992) defeated Steven Diez (17/3 1991 ESP) in the final 67 63 75.:worship:

It looks like Carlos has a challenger.

Morgan Z
05-22-2007, 07:14 AM
But Almeida is a 1992 boy. I'm sure that quite a few 1992 boys can beat Boluda on their day.

Melvins
05-22-2007, 01:47 PM
But Almeida is a 1992 boy. I'm sure that quite a few 1992 boys can beat Boluda on their day.

Almeida is only 7 months older than Boluda!;)

ovb
05-22-2007, 06:04 PM
That`s correct ! ...1st montecatini(June 3) and avennire then 3 in france:le baule ,Le Pontet and Paris cadets ....thats because new regulations from Cosat send #1 and #2 14U to play Europe`s 16U...the idea is ,not much expectations on inmediate results but valuable experience for the future...let`s see how it works (some S.A coaches dissagree ) ...terrific if you can see him over there...let us know comments .

Unfortunately no, I will be not able to see him, as I can't travel there. It might be that someone I know will attend Avvenire (and maybe one of the French tournaments) but nothing is sure yet. In case he'll go, I'll ask him to keep an eye on Diego.

ovb
05-22-2007, 06:12 PM
17/05/2007 - 20/05/2007 Girona, Catalonia
Future Slam Tour 2007 U-16

1R
Miguel Almeida (POR) 16 64 62 Carlos Boluda :eek:
Consolation 1R
Carlos Boluda 61 63 Sandro Ehrat (SUI)
Consolation SF
Carlos Boluda 61 61 Romain Arnéodo (FRA)
Consolation F
Carlos Boluda vs Roberto Ortega (ESP)

Almeida(29/6 1992) defeated Steven Diez (17/3 1991 ESP) in the final 67 63 75.:worship:

It looks like Carlos has a challenger.


Thanks Alex!

For me, this is quite a surprise, because - as far as I know-Boluda was constantly beating Almeida since at least 2004 (see Gradignan results) and they did play some matches one against the other... Either this was an accident (which is not very likely as Almeida went on to win the tournament), either kids that so far were easily beaten by Carlos begin to reach him from behind, both mentally and phisically, which seemed to me that were the main advantages Carlos had against his class or the ones from 92.

Nevertheless, Boluda made it to the conso final so it's very likely that he would have done much better if he would not have played Almeida in the 1st round.

What do you think?

Melvins
05-22-2007, 06:43 PM
In 2006, Almeida had better results in U16 than U14. He started the year in U14 with no great results but finished the year in U16 with better results. So, Almeida is much better than last year. In 2 weeks ago, he won a ITF G3 tournament.

yeko
05-23-2007, 10:53 PM
[QUOTE=ovb;5398074]Unfortunately no, I will be not able to see him, as I can't travel there. It might be that someone I know will attend Avvenire (and maybe one of the French tournaments) but nothing is sure yet. In case he'll go, I'll ask him to keep an eye on Diego.[/QUOTE


Sorry ovb !!well...maybe another time ..it would be great that in one of those 16U tournaments Diego could find and play vs Carlos Boluda...a great test ...hopefully for both (but according to what i heard more for Diego!!!)...i read in local news that Diego is evaluating to train in Spain or Florida(two different styles !!) to improve his game,they said that a couple of ecuador sponsors were very imppresed and interested in this young lefty....Whats your opinion on academies and styles (Florida vs Europe) i know it all depends.. there are many factors(maybe is material for a new thread!!) ...but in general.... best regards

ovb
05-25-2007, 10:14 PM
Well yeko, at least at Montecattini they'll have the chance to meet, as - according to the entry list - Boluda will also be there! On the other hand, Carlos is not on the entry list from Avvenire; as for the French tournaments I have no information for the momenT.
Regarding the Spain vs. Florida debate, I must say from the very beginning that I absolutely can't claim myself to be a tennis specialist. I think there are 2 major thing to think about before taking such a decision:
1.due to his age, how can he cope with breaking away from his family, friends, school, environment, regular coach?
2. what kind of player is he now and in what kind of player can he develop himself? If he is already phisically strong, hitting hard, serving well, and you can tell that hard courts are giving him more chances, than Florida (and US) are for sure a better choice, if he is more of a clay player, than definitely choose Spain.
His luck is that both in Spain and Florida, he'll absolutely have no problem with the language :)

ovb
06-05-2007, 03:36 PM
Sorry ovb !!well...maybe another time ..it would be great that in one of those 16U tournaments Diego could find and play vs Carlos Boluda...a great test ...hopefully for both (but according to what i heard more for Diego!!!)...i read in local news that Diego is evaluating to train in Spain or Florida(two different styles !!) to improve his game,they said that a couple of ecuador sponsors were very imppresed and interested in this young lefty....Whats your opinion on academies and styles (Florida vs Europe) i know it all depends.. there are many factors(maybe is material for a new thread!!) ...but in general.... best regards[/QUOTE]


Dear yeko, it looks like Diego will have to wait for a new opportunity to play against Carlos, as in the first round at Montecatini Boluda won 6-3, 6-1 against Alcantara, while Hidalgo lost 2-6, 3-6 against Italy's Sibona, receiver of a wild card. Who knows, maybe at Avvenire, next week.

Best regards

yeko
06-06-2007, 09:33 PM
Sorry ovb !!well...maybe another time ..it would be great that in one of those 16U tournaments Diego could find and play vs Carlos Boluda...a great test ...hopefully for both (but according to what i heard more for Diego!!!)...i read in local news that Diego is evaluating to train in Spain or Florida(two different styles !!) to improve his game,they said that a couple of ecuador sponsors were very imppresed and interested in this young lefty....Whats your opinion on academies and styles (Florida vs Europe) i know it all depends.. there are many factors(maybe is material for a new thread!!) ...but in general.... best regards


Dear yeko, it looks like Diego will have to wait for a new opportunity to play against Carlos, as in the first round at Montecatini Boluda won 6-3, 6-1 against Alcantara, while Hidalgo lost 2-6, 3-6 against Italy's Sibona, receiver of a wild card. Who knows, maybe at Avvenire, next week.

Best regards[/QUOTE]
Oooops!! you`re right Obv , maybe next time...maybe he is not yet ready and he needs some time to adjust to Europe`s higher tennis level and also 16U age upgrade
best regards

Alex Formosa
06-12-2007, 11:16 PM
04/06/2007 - 10/06/2007
MONTECATINI,ITA G-1 U16

1R
Boluda 63 61 Alcantara (PHI)
2R
Boluda 61 60 Ehrat (SUI)
3R
Boluda 61 60 Cannella (ITA)
QF
Boluda 61 62 Schulz (GER)
SF
Boluda 46 64 64 Basic (BIH) (12.7.1991) :worship:
F
Boluda 64 76 Krajinovic (SRB) (27.2.1992)

Carlos knocked out No.1 in the ETA U16 ranking.:woohoo:

Alex Formosa
06-24-2007, 11:49 PM
18/06/2007 ~ 24/06/2007
Derby Cadets La Baule Paris,FRA G1 U16

1R
Boluda 63 62 Olivetti (FRA)
2R
Boluda 62 60 Jomby (FRA)
3R
Boluda 57 63 63 Collarini (ARG) (31.1.1992)
QF
Boluda 61 62 Price (CHI)
SF
Boluda 63 61 Krajinovic (SRB)
F
Boluda 62 61 Konfederak (ARG) (26.7.1991)


Carlos will rise to ETA-U16 top 3 :)

marcosz1985
06-25-2007, 01:18 AM
this kid is unveliable! no one can't stop him! Andrea Collarini plays really and impresive tennis and he only could take a set to boluda!

Alex Formosa
07-08-2007, 03:45 PM
02/07/2007 ~ 07/07/2007 G1,U16 Paris (FRA)
Mondial Paris Cadets Trophée Lagardère 2007

1R
Boluda Bye
2R
Boluda 64 60 S. Ehrat (SUI)
3R
Boluda 64 62 C. Price (CHI)
QF
Boluda 63 61 N. Pastor (ARG)
SF
Boluda 64 63 T. Fabre (FRA)
F
Boluda 62 75 J. Pereira Da Silva (BRA) (26.1.1991)


Congratulations to Carlos for another great performance at U16 tournament! :D

ovb
07-08-2007, 05:03 PM
And Carlos is closing the gap on Basic, he's very likely to become no.1 in both U14 and U16 rankings! A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

Rpp
07-08-2007, 08:39 PM
And Carlos is closing the gap on Basic, he's very likely to become no.1 in both U14 and U16 rankings! A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

Will make very interesting Euro Champs. Then we will see if rankings means anything.

FSRteam
09-03-2007, 06:41 PM
I am really looking forward to a tomic-boluda match. But I believe the only way boluda could have a chance against tomic now would be to play on clay...

Rpp
09-03-2007, 08:08 PM
I am really looking forward to a tomic-boluda match. But I believe the only way boluda could have a chance against tomic now would be to play on clay...

Boluda is pretty far playing same tournaments for a while...anyway Tomic lost to another '92 Miccini already.

FSRteam
09-03-2007, 09:58 PM
Boluda is pretty far playing same tournaments for a while...anyway Tomic lost to another '92 Miccini already.

Ok, I did not know!
When was that?

Melvins
09-04-2007, 10:29 AM
Ok, I did not know!
When was that?

Last round in US Open qualies, but Tomic was 1st seed and receive a LL spot in main draw. In 1st round won over 4th seed Romboli, a claycourt guy.

FSRteam
09-14-2007, 07:00 PM
boluda won a G5 ITF U18 event last weekend. But the better ranked player he beat on his way to the title was only 737 in the world...

I still think tomic would easily beat boluda on hard!
I am really looking forward a match between these 2!

This week tomic is playing a G1 in the USA.

FSRteam
09-16-2007, 11:29 AM
Does anyone knows when and where he plays next?

Alex Formosa
09-16-2007, 03:50 PM
This week
Orbetello, Italy.
Tennis Europe Junior Masters - 16 & Under

first round
1 Boluda Carlos ESP 62 60 Melchiorre Davide ITA
semifinals
1 Boluda Carlos ESP 63 60 Pavel Filin BLR
final
1 Boluda Carlos ESP ? Marti Javier ESP

scarecrows
09-16-2007, 03:53 PM
Boluda is pretty far playing same tournaments for a while...anyway Tomic lost to another '92 Miccini already.

could it be that he was already sure of a LL spot?

marcosz1985
09-16-2007, 10:42 PM
mmm... maybe, but if that was what happened, trully champions always want to win every match...

Mr. ME
01-23-2008, 11:08 AM
any news on boluda? how is he developing? where does he practice? last time I saw him he had some sort of pads just belov his knees - injury?

marcosz1985
01-23-2008, 07:58 PM
the last hing i know is that he make his pro debut at a future in spain in novenber 07. He lost in qualy first round after receiving a wc.About his pads it seems he get used to play with them but not because of an injury. Maybe he feels confotable that way and his knees are much more safety...
any spanish out there with more info???

penzias
01-30-2008, 05:07 AM
Boluda will play a G3 in Tunisia next week.
http://www.itftennis.com/juniors/tournaments/tournamentoverview.asp?tournament=1100016673
http://www.itftennis.com/shared/medialibrary/pdf/original/IO_30489_original.PDF

Garfman5
02-11-2008, 07:39 AM
Unfortunately he lost to Mohamed Safwat of Egypt in the second round, after which Safwat lost in the final to Pablo Carreno-Busta.

penzias
03-03-2008, 07:21 PM
Boluda reached the SF in G2 Monastir last week, losing to Kuznetsov.
http://www.itftennis.com/juniors/tournaments/tournamentresults.asp?tournament=1100016674&event=1100093907

penzias
01-10-2009, 05:55 PM
hello there

penzias
01-10-2009, 05:56 PM
Carlos will play the AO, hopefully will be a long run after his disappointing debut in a GS last year in Wimbledon.

ovb
01-10-2009, 08:09 PM
Carlos will play the AO, hopefully will be a long run after his disappointing debut in a GS last year in Wimbledon.

Before Junior AO, he'll also play Nottinghill. Good luck!