The Spanish tennis player Roberto Bautista Agut is presently rated No. 18 in the world by ATP. With 10 ATP championships under his belt, Bautista Agut has advanced to 19 finals.
At the 2018 Dubai Tennis Championship, he achieved his biggest victory. In the 2016 Shanghai Masters final, when he lost to Andy Murray, he also put up a fantastic display. The counterpuncher Bautista Agut has a decent all-around game.
The counterpuncher Bautista Agut has a respectable all-around game. While he can play aggressively with his forehand, his consistency and court mobility allow him to excel defensively.
His style is more suited for hard courts, and he has a clean, flatter strike on both sides (as compared to many of his Spanish compatriots).
“Bati” is Roberto’s nick name. His mother Ester passed away unexpectedly in May 2018, while his father Joaqun, a former football player and banker, died suddenly in November 2019 during the Davis Cup competition.
His mother had a clothes boutique in Castellón de la Plana. When Bautista Agut was five years old, his mother signed him up to play tennis on the weekends. His forehand is his go-to move. David and Juan Carlos Ferrero were his childhood heroes.
He is renowned for his straightforward style of play, one that emphasizes accuracy and consistency above raw power and shotmaking. However, his game’s lack of variation might also be seen as a flaw.
Roberto Bautista Agut Children: Does Roberto Bautista Agut Have Kids?
Roberto Bautista Agut has one child. After his union with his wife Ana Bod Tortosa took place on November 30, 2019, they welcomed their first child which is a boy in September 2020. The couple’s first child is also called Roberto.