Pablo Carreno Busta explains why Roberto Bautista Agut is very tough to beat

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Pablo Carreno Busta explains why Roberto Bautista Agut is very tough to beat

World No. 20 Pablo Carreno Busta was asked at the ATP Cup which teammate's shot he would like to add to his game. One of the things Carreno Busta mentioned was Roberto Bautista Agut's consistency from the baseline as he says the world No.

19 can play from there without mistakes. "Probably the drop shot of Pedro Martinez, because I think he plays it unbelievably [well]. When he needs to change something in the game he uses the drop shot and I think he does it really well," Carreno Busta told the ATP Cup website.

"The serve of Alejandro Davidovich Fokina because I think of all of us he has the best serve. The consistency of Roberto Bautista Agut because from the baseline he can play with no mistakes and I think it’s very, very tough to beat him.

The left-handedness of Albert Ramos-Vinolas because he’s the lefty on the team and I think he’s playing really well. When Albert has his forehand, he tries to dominate.

Carreno Busta discusses personality of players on the team

"Maybe Alex [Alejandro] and Pedro are the youngest on the team and they are the funniest.

Maybe Roberto and Albert are fathers and they are different personalities, but also they are very friendly. We are all great friends and we enjoy our time together. We love to play these kind of competitions on a team. I am very comfortable with these guys," Carreno Busta explained.

Carreno Busta is enjoying his time at the ATP Cup and being arround fellow compatriots. "Yes, of course it’s very nice. It’s very nice for us to play as a team, but also when we play normal ATP Tour tournaments, we are not partners.

We talk, we spend a lot of time together, we have dinners together. It’s so nice to have these guys on the Tour," Carreno Busta added. Carreno Busta is on the verge of winning his maiden ATP Cup title as Spain has been through to the ATP Cup final.