Diego Schwartzman is known to be one of the most beloved on the circuit. For his spontaneity, ease and good humor, he caught the vast majority of the members of the circuit.
And Novak Djokovic was no exception. After his match against Pablo Carreño Busta, the number one referred, before the consultation of ESPNTenis.com, on the news that the Argentine will be Top 10 from Monday.
“I saw him in the locker room today and had a short chat. I told him I was very impressed with his win yesterday against (Dominic) Thiem. He deserves to be in the top 10 and he deserves to win those kinds of games more than many players because he works tough, he’s a super nice person, a very kind guy. Everybody loves Diego. I am very happy for him. I’m proud of him. I wish you all the best. He definitely deserves to be where he is. He was very successful on clay courts, but through the years he also improved his game on hard court. Now he’s a versatile player, “he said of who will be No. 8 in the world next week.
In addition, he valued the Argentine working group, his loser in the final of the last Masters 1000 in Rome, a team that includes, of course, his coach Juan Ignacio Chela, whom he faced (and beat) three times between 2007 and 2008: “Chela is his coach, whom I also know very well, I played against Chela for a couple of years and he has also worked hard. They are a great team. Has a nice physical therapist (N of R: refers to your physical trainer Martiniano Orazi), that we get along very well. I love Diego and his entire team. I wish you all the best”.