Diego Schwartzman, the best Argentine racket today


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Diego Schwartzman, the best Argentine racket today

This Monday, July 20, the ATP of Los Cabos would have started, where Diego Schwartzman defended the title. The last of his three consecrations in the circuit that has him as 13th in the world.

A pro since 2010, Schwartzman scratched the Top 10 in 2018: He was 11th in the world after reaching the Roland Garros quarterfinals and falling to the king of dust. In addition to Paris, the Peque reached two other times in a Grand Slam quarter, both at the US Open: in 2017 he was eliminated by Carreño Busta and in 2019, Rafael Nadal. His Majors record is 32-23.

In Istanbul 2016 it was the first title for the Argentine, who will turn 28 in August. The definition came before the talented Grigor Dimitrov. His second conquest would come two years later, in Rio de Janeiro with great triumphs: Monfils, Jarry and Verdasco. The last title of Schwarztman, the aforementioned Los Cabos 2019.

Currently ranked 13th in the ranking and trained by Juan Ignacio Chela, Peque has 152 wins and 133 losses on the circuit. It has one of the best returns today, demonstrated in numbers given by the ATP: since January 2019, it won 42, 07% of the points it disputed (2689/6391), only surpassed by Nadal, with 42, 39 %.


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