Tommy Robredo turned professional in 1998, he achieved his highest singles ranking of number 5 on 28th August 2006.
As a junior player, Robredo won the Junior Orange Bowl 16-Under in both singles and doubles (with Marc Lopez) in 1998. As a professional he made the singles and doubles finals of a Futures-level event, winning the doubles title with Pedro Canovas.
In 1999 he made the semifinals of the boys' event at the French Open and won a Futures tournament in singles as well as another in doubles. Earlier that year in Robredo's hometown tournament of Barcelona (his first event at the ATP Tour level) he recorded a fantastic win over Marat Safin, who was then ranked in the world's top thirty, before going on to lose to top ten player Todd Martin.
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