Roberto Carballes Baena is a dominant Retriever. In total, 55% of his points are won by the errors of his rivals and this result is far above the general average of the ATP players. Except with the serve, he makes on average fewer errors than his opponents with every possible shots: return, forehand, backhand & volley.
Retriever / Very high
Robert Carballes Baena cannot be regarded as a Server because his ratio of aces/service winners is below average (24%). However, when compared with his rivals he gets the same ratio of points with the Serve than them but this is more because of his return position (defensive) that allows him to save more first serves than average.
Server / Medium-low
The way Roberto Carballes Baena Retrieves is with Punch on the forehand side. It means that he plays that shot with topspin. However, he cannot be regarded as a Puncher because his ratio of points on that side is below average.
Puncher / Medium-low
Being so defensive from the back of the court, Roberto Carballes Baena can also come in to get points. In total, 13% of his points are won at the net (with or without a volley to play) and this result stands int average. His favorite ways to move forward are the 1-2 punch right after his serve and the baseline approach.
Offensive / Medium
The way Roberto Carballes Baena Retrieves is with Tempo on the backhand side. It means that he plays rather close to his baseline, can take the ball on the rise when needed and hits flat on that side. However, he cannot be regarded as a Tempo player because he counterpunches more than he attacks with the backhand. Besides, his ratio of points with the return is below average which is not a characteristics of the Tempo players.