I've been following Pablito since he took a set from Filip in 2008 and I'm his fan since spring 2009.
Saw him playing once - Meknes Challenger last year QF match against Lamine(? IIRC). I liked his game and I think he played first set really, really well. Till today I can't figure out what happened in the second, but it was like some other player stepped on court.
Highest ITF rank 6. Some junior highlights (singles titles only):
2007 U18 G5 1st Torneo ITF Junior Benicarlo (Clay)
2007 U16 Champion of Spain (Hard)
2007 U16 Eddie Herr Winner (Hard)
2008 U18 G3 6th SFAX ITF Junior Tournament (Hard)
2008 U18 G1 International Junior Tournament of Offenbach/Main (Clay)
2009 U18 G1 Optus Nottinghill International (Hard)
In 2009 improved from unranked to 515. Currently at career high - 272.
Gilles Simon/Bernard the aTomic /Ernests Gulbis/Kei Nishikori
John Millman / Javier Martí/Taro Daniel-Alex Sadecky-Josh Milton
Henkka Kontinen-Jerzy Janowicz-Thiemo de Bakker- Attila Balazs- Pierre Hugues Herbert-Laurent Rochette-Marcin Gawron-Marcus Willis-Julien Obry-Kristijan Mesaros-Berankis-Chris Rungkat-Heliovaara-Jules Marie
Too bad he lost to Schoorel in a very tight match. But these things happen. Schooorel is a pretty good challenger player to which he can lose.
Good luck in next tournament, although I do not know which one. He is not in the EL of Napoli.
Maybe WC to Barcelona qualis?
I've just came across this article, and I found it interesting 'cause I had no idea who is coaching Carreno:
Quiero destacar el buen inicio de año y de relación profesional que Carreño y Javier Duarte están desarrollando nada más y nada menos que dos campeones y una final. También aprovechar para demostrar mi admiración a Duarte y más en este Post en el que estamos hablando de conseguir objetivos en definitiva éxitos o títulos nada más y nada menos que 34 títulos ATP como Coach (Corretja, Berasategui y Carlos Costa) y una ensaladera de Copa Davis como capitán.
I want to highlight the good start of the year and professional relationship Carreño and Javier Duarte are developing no more and no less than two champions and a final. Also take the opportunity to show my admiration for Duarte and more in this post where we're talking about getting goals in the final success or titles no more and no less than 34 ATP titles as a coach (Corretja, Berasategui and Carlos Costa) and a bowl of Cup Davis as captain.