The Chilean Christian Garín, world quantity 31 and third seeded, received this Sunday in Argentina the Cordoba Open by beating the native Diego Schwartzman, quantity 14 and favourite, for 2-6, 6-Four and 6-0.
On his option to the ultimate, Garín left Hungarian on his means Attila Balazs (6-Three and 6-0), to the Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas (1-6, 6-Three and 6-4) and Slovak Andrej Martin (2-6, 6-2 and 6-2). Schwartzman eradicated in eighths the Spanish Jaume Munar (6-1 and 7-5), additionally the Spanish Albert Ramos (6-0, 7 (7) – (0) 6) within the quarterfinals and the Serbian Laslo Djere (6-1, 1-6 and 6-2) within the semifinals.
One of many keys of the Chilean victory was that he took benefit of six of the ten break factors he had, not like the native, which was solely imposed on 4 of 13 alternatives. This was the third ATP title for the 23-year-old tennis participant, who received two hours and 4 minutes.
The second version of the Cordoba Open was performed on clay within the stadium services Mario Albert Kempes
In double, the champions have been the Brazilian Marcelo Demoliner and the dutch Matwé Middelkoop, which surpassed the Argentineans Leonardo Mayer and Andrés Molteni by 6-Three and seven (7) – (4) 6.
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