Even though Pablo Andujar is a clay court specialist he can be regarded as a Tempo player. His best shot is the return and he gets good results with his backhand, especially when he takes that shot on the rise.
Tempo / Medium-high
Pablo Andujar developed an Offensive side to his game. In total, 15% of his points are won at the net (with or without a volley to play) and this result stands just above average. However, the quality of his forehand & backhand approach are better than the one of his volley.
Offensive / Medium
Pablo Andujar is nothing but a Server. When compared with his rivals he is strongly dominated with this shot and his ratio of aces/service winners on first serve is far below average (18%).
Server / Very low
Pablo Andujar is also a good Retriever winning 48% of his points by the errors of his rivals. This results stands above the general average of the ATP players. We can say that he plays in Tempo close to his baseline and playing so he also benefits from the errors from his opponents.
Retriever / Medium
Although Pablo Andujar improved the quality of his forehand, he cannot be regarded as a Puncher. When compared with his rivals he makes on average 20% fewer points with the forehand. In his ratio of forehand points we also have to put into account that he gets a high ratio with special shot like the drop shot, the pass or the touch on short balls. These extra shots are more the one used by a Retriever than a Puncher.