Diego Schwartzman made history again after the victory against Rafael Nadal and qualified for the grand final at the Masters 1000 in Rome, by beating Denis Shapovalov by 6-4, 5-7 and 7-6 (4) to agree to play the decisive match against Novak Djokovic.
At the start of the meeting, the Peque left a drop to pure class. The tennis player went up to the net and left a millimeter touch so that his rival does not arrive, and in this way, keep the point with a fantastic resolution.
At the same time, at the beginning of the second set, the Argentine again made his mark on the match. With Shapovalov’s service, Peque took advantage of a bad touch from his rival and defined with a notable backhand, which went through a minimal place.
In one of the last games of the second set, the Argentine and the Canadian played one of the best points of the match to make Roma go crazy. After an intense rally, Schwartzman attacked the Canadian with a powerful backhand, who tried the return but it was not accurate.
Then, the impressive passing that the Argentine took in the third set also stood out. Faced with Shapovalov’s attack on the net, Peque arrived with just enough and left an impeccable point to achieve an exceptional conquest.
Finally, we must relive the point where Schwartzman won and qualified for the grand final of the Masters 1000 in Rome. After an intense rally, the Canadian left his blow on the net and from that moment on everything was joy and tranquility for the Argentine tennis player, who will seek the title this Monday against Novak Djokovic.