April 20, 2015

Tommy Robredo


One of the great aspects of the Miami Open is the close proximity between spectators and players.  This was a match between Alexandr Dolgopolov (who we met yesterday) and Spanish player Tommy Robredo on Court #1.  This is an intimate court, and, as you can see, fans are pretty darn close to the action.

Tommy Robredo

Tommy Robredo has been on the professional tennis circuit for 17 years (believe it or not) and currently is ranked #20 on the tour.  He's one of those guys who seems to play consistently (when he's healthy) but that big breakthrough has been elusive. Nine years ago, he peaked in the top 10.  Robredo ended up losing this match in three sets to Dolgo. Bad for Robredo but good for Dolgo, who, as I mentioned yesterday, is trying to claw his way back to being considered a rising star. 


Mersad said...

Great action images. You nailed them.

Mersad Donko Photography

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Super shots SRQ, it's a tough gig on the tennis circuit.. good days and bad days can make all the difference.

William Kendall said...

Excellent action shots!

Kay said...

You caught wonderful action at this tournament. Great shots!

Fotolosopher said...

These are two really great action shots, especially the 2nd one. You must have had a decent vantage point as well as a long lens! Nice!

Birdman said...

Ok, where are the women????????