CARLOS MOYA

  • IPTL and 'traditional' tennis can co-exist: Carlos Moya December 12, 2014

    New Delhi: The innovative rules and format of the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) may have struck a chord with the Asian fans, generally starved of top-level action, but former World No.1 Carlos Moya believes the 'traditional' sport will stick to its conventional rules, though the inaugural tournament will 'co-exist'...
  • Rafael Nadal to comeback stronger than before, says Carlos Moya December 6, 2014

    New Delhi: Rafael Nadal has managed to win a remarkable 14 Grand Slam titles despite an injury-stricken career and he is only going to come back stronger from his latest setback, feels fellow countryman and former world number one Carlos Moya. Nadal is back to practice following his injury to remove...
  • IPTL: Hectic scheduling gives players little time to explore December 5, 2014

    Some of the world's top tennis names have arrived in Delhi for the third leg of the International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) but the hectic scheduling of the inaugural event has put on hold their plans of exploring India and its diverse culture. Barring a few big names, current and former...
  • India should be proud of IPTL: Carlos Moya December 5, 2014

    The Spaniard, who is part of the Manila Mavericks team, is in Delhi for the India leg of the International Premier Tennis League.ague. ...
  • India to take on Serbia in Davis Cup World Group play-offs April 8, 2014

    India will take on Serbia at home in the Davis Cup World Group play-offs to be held from September 12 to 14, raising the possibility of multiple Grand Slam winner and world number two Novak Djokovic touching down in the country. Bogdan Obradovic-led Serbia will face India for the second time...
  • Spain Davis Cup captain Moya hopes Nadal will play October 11, 2013

    Madrid: Carlos Moya hopes his close relationship with Rafael Nadal will help convince him to play for Spain's Davis Cup team. Moya was introduced Thursday as Spain's new Davis Cup captain, replacing Alex Corretja. Moya's first match in charge of the fivetime champions will be the firstround World Group tie against...
  • Moya set to be named Spain's Davis Cup captain October 10, 2013

    Madrid: Former topranked player Carlos Moya is set to replace Alex Corretja as captain of Spain's Davis Cup team. Moya's appointment is expected to be announced formally on Thursday. He will take over in 2014 from Corretja, whose contract expires at the end of this year. Moya tweets Wednesday: "A very interesting...
  • Yuki BhambriMoya in Chennai Open quarters January 7, 2010

    Chennai: Upcoming Indian star Yuki Bhambri combined well with seasoned Carlos Moya of Spain to move to the doubles quarterfinals, overwhelming Robby Ginepri (USA) and Dudi Sela (Israel) 62, 46, 105 at the ATP Chennai Open Tennis tournament on Wednesday. The duo showed great swiftness and elegance in their first set...
  • Chennai Open tennis tounament set to take off January 4, 2010

    Chennai: The best matches in a tennis tournament are generally towards the end, but the action kicks off from the word go in the Chennai Open which gets underway on Monday. There are some great first round matches in store and with some big stars taking the court, this event is...
  • Federer returns to winning form at Kooyong January 14, 2009

    Melbourne: World number two Roger Federer made a winning return to the Kooyong Classic on Wednesday with an easy 62 63 victory over Spain's Carlos Moya. Federer, a perennial visitor to the suburban Melbourne club that hosts the eightman invitational tournament, was a late withdrawal from the event last year...
  • Disappointed, Somdev promises wins in big tennis January 12, 2009

    Chennai: India's Somdev Devvarman lost the finals of the Chennai Open to Marin Cilic in straight sets 46, 67 on Sunday evening. The 23year old Somdev had a great run in this tournament, beating Kevin Kim in the first round, former world number number one Carlos Moya and Ivo Karlovic...
  • Devvarman arrives on Indian tennis scene January 9, 2009

    Chennai: Somdev Devvarman announced his arrival on the Indian tennis scene with a stunning win over Carlos Moya in the Chennai Open on Thursday. Devvarman stunned Moya 46, 75, 64 in the second round of Chennai Open. Before the start of the, Moya had said that he would brush aside Devvarman's...
  • Pacific Life Open: Nadal, Djokovic power into 4th round March 18, 2008

    Indian Wells (California): Spaniard Rafael Nadal stayed on course for his first ATP title of the year with a 61, 63 demolition of American wildcard Donald Young in the Pacific Life Open third round on Monday. The defending champion and second seed outplayed his 18yearold opponent from the baseline, sealing victory...
  • Nadal prevails over Moya, enters Chennai Open final January 5, 2008

    New Delhi: World No 2 Rafael Nadal booked his place in the final of the $436,000 Chennai Open ATP Tennis championship on Saturday night defeating Carlos Moya in the second semifinal. In the match between two Spaniards, Nadal prevailed over Moya in a tough threeset encounter winning the match 67, 76,...
  • Nadal faces Moya in Chennai Open semis January 5, 2008

    Chennai: World No 2 Rafael Nadal shrugged aside a long rain interruption to race into the Chennai Open semifinals with a 63, 62 win over fellow Spaniard Guillermo GarciaLopez on Friday. Nadal next meets thirdseeded compatriot Carlos Moya, 31. Former world No 1 Moya, who captured this trophy in 2004 and...
  • Chennai Open: Moya enters final, rains stop Nadal's match January 4, 2008

    Chennai: Intermittent rains since Friday morning in the city has thrown the schedule of matches in the Chennai Open ATP Tennis Championship in disarray. When rain stopped play between top seed and world No 2 Rafael Nadal and Guilermo Garcia Lopez (both from Spain), 15 minutes after its start on Centre...
  • 'Chennai crowd makes me feel like 20yearold' January 3, 2008

    Carlos Moya is at the Chennai Open again this year and the 31year old spoke to CNNIBN's Roma Khanna about another successful year on the circuit. "I am at 17 at the end of the year. And last week I also had a chance to qualify for Shanghai and it was...
  • Moya enter Chennai Open quarters January 3, 2008

    Chennai: Twotime champion Carlos Moya of Spain booked his place in the quarterfinal with a 63 76 (4) 62 win over Teimuraz Gabashvili of Russia in the Chennai Open ATP tournament on Wednesday night to keep his ambition of regaining the title. Third seeded Moya, lucky to have been drawn to...
  • Chela, Moya, Djokovic enter quarterfinals September 5, 2007

    New Delhi: World No. 20 Juan Igancio Chela has made it to his very first US Open quarterfinals at the Flushing Meadows in New York. The Argentine started slow against Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland losing the first set 46. Chela then quickly found his rhythm to bounce back and won the...
  • Nadal enters French Open quarters June 5, 2007

    New Delhi: The twotime defending champion and world No. 2 Rafael Nadal made a mockery of the tag of 'match of the day' by hammering former world No 1 Lleyton Hewitt in straight sets to reach the quarterfinals of the French Open in Paris. Hewitt had said he would bring his...
  • Spain brings a unique tennis culture January 5, 2007

    Chennai: The Chennai Open this year in many ways has been the story of two Spaniards, former world number one Carlos Moya and the current world number two Rafael Nadal. The MoyaNadal connection is a reflection of a unique tennis culture, where acting mentor to the younger crop comes naturally. It...
  • Moya eager to help tsunami victims January 4, 2007

    Chennai: Carlos Moya's love affair with Chennai started in the late 1990's and has been going strong ever since. He has been coming to Chennai since 1999 for the Chennai Open and the crowds love him. The attraction is so strong much that after the tsunami hit the city in December 2004,...
  • Rastogi to meet Rafa in second round January 3, 2007

    Chennai: Chennai Open tennis tournament saw its first big causality when second seed David Nalbandian was knocked out in the first round itself. Nalbandian seemed to be well in control against Kristian Pless and won the first set with considerable ease. But then Pless took over and turned the game around. He...
  • Moya eases into 2nd round at Chennai January 2, 2007

    Chennai: Tennis fans in Chennai had a field day as crowd favourite Carlos Moya of Spain eased his way into the second round with a straight sets win over Alexander Waske of Germany. Denied a third successive Chennai Open title last year when he had lost to Ivan Ljubicic, the...
  • 'I feel people like me here in India' September 28, 2006

    Mumbai: Action is underway at the Mumbai Open but there was a huge shock on Tuesday. Former world number one Carlos Moya was knocked out of the tournament by Argentina's Huan Martin Del Potro 63, 62 in the first round. CNNIBN's Roma Khanna caught up with a visibly upset Moya...