|Challenger Brasilia||11/22 13:00||26|| Santiago Rodriguez Taverna v Nicolas Moreno De Alboran ||3-6,6-4,7-6|
|Challenger Brasilia||11/20 21:50||25|| Matheus P De Almeida v Nicolas Moreno De Alboran ||3-6,3-6|
|ATP Sofia||11/07 17:20||25|| Jurij Rodionov v Nicolas Moreno De Alboran ||7-6,6-7,6-4|
|ATP Sofia||11/06 09:00||19|| Nicolas Moreno De Alboran v Billy Harris ||2-6,1-6|
|ATP Sofia||11/05 11:15||14|| Nicolas Moreno De Alboran v Alexander Donski ||6-3,6-4|
|Challenger Bergamo||10/31 09:00||25|| Francesco Passaro v Nicolas Moreno De Alboran ||7-6,6-3|
|Challenger Brest||10/22 11:00||14|| Nicolas Moreno De Alboran v Maxime Janvier ||3-6,1-6|
|Challenger Fairfield||10/10 17:00||25||Learner Tien v Nicolas Moreno De Alboran||6-2,6-7,6-4|
|Challenger Tiburon||10/02 20:40||25|| Alexander Ritschard v Nicolas Moreno De Alboran ||6-2,7-5|
|US Open||08/29 21:15||23|| Nicolas Moreno De Alboran v Lorenzo Sonego ||3-6,4-6,2-6|
|US Open||08/26 17:00||19|| Joris De Loore v Nicolas Moreno De Alboran ||6-3,6-7,6-7|
|US Open||08/25 14:20||15|| Aziz Dougaz v Nicolas Moreno De Alboran ||6-7,4-6|
Nicolas Moreno de Alboran (born 14 July 1997) is an American tennis player. He has a career-high ATP singles ranking of World No. 121 achieved on 18 September 2023 and a doubles ranking of World No. 474, achieved on 16 October 2023. Moreno de Alboran has won two Challenger singles titles and five ITF doubles titles.
Moreno de Alboran had an excellent collegiate tennis career for University of California, Santa Barbara and made sporadic appearances on the ITF circuit while still in college. He turned professional in 2019 and, following a period of inactivity caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, progressed to regular appearances on the ATP Challenger Tour during the second half of the 2021 season.
He won his first Challenger title at the 2022 Braga Open in Portugal.
He reached the top 200 at world No. 188 on 20 February 2023, following a third Challenger final at the 2023 Chennai Open Challenger where he lost to Max Purcell. He reached the top 150 on 12 June 2023 following his second Challenger title at the 2023 Tyler Tennis Championships.
Ranked No. 131, he made his ATP and Grand Slam debut at the 2023 US Open after qualifying. He also qualified for the 2023 Sofia Open entering the main draw as lucky loser.