This Spanish tennis player has not kept his personal life very private. Till now, Feliciano Lopez was married once and Alba Carrillo is the name of his one and only wife. But, they had ups and downs in their marital life and then ultimately called this relation off in 2017. At the time of marriage, Alba was already the mother of a son named Lucas from her previous relationship. Undoubtedly, Lopez seen dedicated to this relationship. Apparently, he compromised on many things for this love story, but still, it’s an unanswerable query that why they parted ways.
After this divorce, he prefers to remain Single. Let see that when he will start a new love life.
Feliciano Lopez Girlfriend 2019:
- Currently, he is Single
Who is Feliciano Lopez Married to?
Feliciano Lopez Wife Name:
The beautiful Alba Carrillo is his ex-wife.
A pic with Ex:
Ex Girlfriends List:
- María José Suárez
Maria Antonia Sanchez Lorenzo
- Jessica Bueno
It was reported in the year 2015 that he and Caroline Wozniacki are ready to become a real-life partner. When it was asked from Caroline that what is going on between you and Lopez then she said that this question is quite awkward!
After some time, this rumored relationship between them was denied by both of
Short Bio on Feliciano Lopez:
Promising tennis athlete Feliciano Lopez was born on September 20, 1981, in Toledo, Spain. Now he is residing in the capital of Spain Madrid. No information is available about his family background and academics record. But, it looks like, that he belongs to the family of sports fanatics.
Lopez career winning year was 2015. In that year, he scored career-high singles and was ranked at No. 12 by ATP. However, he turned professional in 1997 and became the first tennis player of Spanish tennis association to enroll in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon in 2005. Before him, Manuel Orantes was honored to arrive at the semi-finals. Later in 2008 and 2011, he again repeated the feat whereas in 2007 he beat Tim Henman and reach the second round of Wimbledon.
In his career span, Lopez mostly took part in five-set matches that usually go beyond 6-6, though in 2009 Australian Open he played the best and longest fifth-set that gone 16-14 against Gilles Muller. Followed by this, he performed well in the US Open and reached the quarter-finals. He collected his first Grand Slam title during 2016 French Open after achieving the men’s doubles title along with Marc Lopez. Recently, he defeated Marin Cilic at The Queen’s Club, London and prevail the Aegon Championship. His current form shows that his career will last for the next few years.