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Full name is Marcel Granollers Pujol...Began playing at age five...Father, Javier, is a commercial director and mother Montse, is a teacher... Also has a younger brother, Gerard (20), who reached a career-high ATP Ranking of No. 684 in August 2008...Speaks Spanish and English...Enjoys football and supports R.C.D. Espanyol...Played his only junior Grand Slam tournament at Roland Garros in 2004 and captured doubles title (w/Andujar)...Considers clay his favourite surface...Coach is Fernando Vicente.

2011 The Spaniard went through his first six tournaments without winning back-to-back matches before reaching 4th RD at Miami (l. to Ferrer)...Reached QF at Belgrade (l. to Volandri) a month later but did not win successive matches again until after Wimbledon at Stuttgart, where he reached QFs (l. to Ferrero)...Retired 1st RD at Hamburg and spent the week at home resting an injured arm...Returned the following week at Gstaad and defeated three Top 20 players (No. 17 Wawarinka QFs, No. 14 Youzhny SFs and No. 20 Verdasco F 64 36 63) to win his second ATP World Tour title.... In October Marcel collected the greatest win of his career lifting the trophy at the Valencia Open 500, upsetting among others Juan Martin Del Potro and Alex Dolgopolov, rising to a career-high World No. 33
2010 -- The Barcelona native finished in Top 50 for first time at a year-end best ranking No. 42, capped off with a personal-high 21 match wins…His best result was a second career ATP World Tour final…Also reached QF in Santiago in February before Challenger success next month with final in Rabat and SF in Marrakech…Closed final two months with strong results, including a SF in Bucharest and reaching Valencia final (l. to Ferrer)  as a qualifier…Also reached Challenger final in Todi and winner in Tarragona…In doubles, finished No. 21 after climbing as high as No. 5 with two titles and two runner-up finishes as well as a QF at Wimbledon and SF at US Open (w/ Robredo)…Earned a career-high $726,936.

2009 -- The Spaniard posted his second straight Top 100 season and captured three ATP World Tour doubles titles…His best singles result was SF to open year in Chennai (l. to eventual champ Cilic)...Did not win back-to-back tour matches rest of season…In Challengers, went 15-8 with SF in Segovia in August and QF in three other events…In doubles, won three of five finals, capturing titles in Costa do Sauipe (w/Robredo), Buenos Aires (w/Martin) and Moscow (w/Cuevas)…Finished No. 25 in doubles and earned a career-high $539,839.

2008 -- The Spaniard finished in Top 100 for first time, highlighted by his first ATP title and personal-best 15 match wins...Member of winning Spanish Davis Cup team (d. Argentina 3-1), although he did not play...Qualified into an ATP circuit-best (along w/Hernych) six times...Opened first two months qualifying at Australian Open (1st RD), Vina del Mar (2nd RD) and Acapulco (QF)...In March, captured Challenger title in Tanger, Morocco (d. Gimeno-Traver) and following month, reached final at St. Brieuc Challenger (l. to C. Rochus)...Two weeks later, made breakthrough with maiden ATP title in Houston where he defeated No. 8 Blake in a three-set final...Also reached first ATP doubles final (w/Cuevas)...Afterwards, jumped from No. 84 to No. 54...At Roland Garros, won first Grand Slam match (d. Berrer, l. to Schwank)...Followed with QF in Warsaw (l. to Monaco)...In July, reached QF in Amersfoort (l. to Hernandez)...Closed season by qualifying at AMS tournaments in Madrid (d. Mathieu, l. to Tsonga) and Paris (l. to Cilic)...Compiled marks of 12-9 on clay and 2-9 on hard... Earned a career-high $474,778.

2007 – Finished in Top 150 for first time, highlighted by his first ATP QF appearance in Valencia...As a qualifier, beat Pless and Simon (l. to Starace...In doubles, finished with an 8-7 mark, reaching SF at Costa do Sauipe and Barcelona (both w/Almagro...Enjoyed an excellent season on Challenger circuit (34-22 record), reaching three finals in Montevideo (l. to Ventura), Belo Horizonte (l. to Devilder), Bucharest-2 (l. to Hanescu...In doubles, won nine Challenger titles -- including five with Ventura -- in Napoli, Rome, Mas Palomas, Tarragona, Seville, Timisoara, Belo Horizonte, Bucharest 2...Runner-up in Bogota and Montevideo.

2006 – Qualified for his first Grand Slam tournament at Wimbledon where he lost to Andrei Pavel in 1st RD...After winning hard court Futures event in Portugal in March, moved up to Challenger level, winning one title and reaching two other finals...In May, reached Ostrava final (l. to I. Minar) and one month later was runner-up in Turin (l. to Cipolla)...Captured first Challenger title in Barcelona (d. Hernandez) in October...Played Murray again on clay, this time in ATP stop in Barcelona, falling in three sets...

2005 – Reached six Futures finals (three in Portugal, three in Spain), winning titles on hard courts in Martos and La Palma...

2004 – Played in 19 Futures events and advanced to QF or better 12 times, winning twice (Reus and Martos)...Lost on clay to Andy Murray in QF of Vigo Futures event...

2003 – Reached QF in four Spanish Futures events and in October won Spain #25 Futures title in Martos (d. Carril)...

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