Long live the bride and groom! Tokyo Olympics bronze medalist Pablo Carreno Busta gets hooked


Spanish tennis player Pablo Carreno Busta, who won bronze at the Tokyo Olympics this year, surprised tennis fans with the news of his marriage. The Spanish ATP Tour Twitter account posted a congratulatory message to Pablo and Claudia.


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Pablo Carreno Busta announces the news of his marriage on Instagram


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Long live the newlyweds! Congratulations @ pablocarreno91 and Claudie ”.

Pablo also took to his Instagram to announce his wedding, posting an adorable photo with his wife.

The tennis world and other players have yet to react to the news and at first glance the wedding seemed to have been a private affair with the friends and family of the bride and groom.

There aren’t many details available regarding Pablo Claudia’s wife at the moment. Thinking back to the Spaniard’s 2021 season, after the initial nervousness, Pablo found his way during the clay season by winning the Andalusia Open.

Tennis – ATP 500 – Barcelona Open – Real Club de Tennis Barcelona, ​​Barcelona, ​​Spain – April 24, 2021 Spaniard Pablo Carreno Busta in action during his semifinal match against Spaniard Rafael Nadal REUTERS / Albert Gea

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Pablo won the bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics this year

Also, in Barcelona, ​​Pablo reached the semi-finals, where he faced Rafael Nadal. Pablo lost in straight sets against Rafa. Pablo’s big win of the year came in Hamburg as he outscored Dusan Lajovic, Federico Delbonis and Filip Krajinovic to claim the ATP 500 title.


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But the Spaniard’s big moment came at this year’s Tokyo Olympics, where he beat Daniil Medvedev, Marin Cilic and world No.1 Novak Djokovic to win the bronze medal.

Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games – Tennis – Men’s Singles – Bronze Medal Match – Ariake Tennis Park – Tokyo, Japan – July 31, 2021. Serbian Novak Djokovic reacts after losing his bronze medal match to Spaniard Pablo Carreno REUTERS / Mike Segar

After the loss in the first round of the US Open, Pablo reached the final of the ATP Moselle Open and was beaten by Hubert Hurkacz in straight sets. The Spaniard’s campaign ended at the Paris Masters where he lost in the third round to Frenchman Hugo Gaston.


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Pablo Carreno Busta will be looking forward to making an impact on the Australian summer in January of next year. Right now, join us in wishing the Spaniard and his wife Claudia a happy married life.


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