World No. 1 Novak Djokovic tops the ticket list for the 2020 U.S. Open, men’s edition. And a collation, a confirmation: the loss of Rafael Nadal.
With three losses in the Top 10 confirmed, it was also known which Latin American tennis players do have direct access to the tournament that will be played between August 31 and September 13 at the USTA’s Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York.
Among the Argentines, they are Diego Schwartzman (13th), Guido Pella (35th), Juan Londero (62nd), Federico Delbonis (78th), Federico Coria (104th, will play his first Grand Slam tournament) and Leonardo Mayer (118 °).
Of course, the Chilean Cristian Garin (18 °), the Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas (60 °) and the Bolivian Hugo Dellien (94 °) also scored.
Meanwhile, the Argentine Facundo Bagnis (134 °) is seven losses from direct income. Similar situation to that of the Peruvian Juan Pablo Varillas (135 °) and Guido Andreozzi (139 °).
It is worth remembering that the US Open ends on September 13 and the Madrid Masters 1000 was scheduled to begin that same day, but was eventually canceled in the last few hours.