Diego schwartzman got into the grand final of the second tournament of the Cologne ATP 250 by defeating Felix Auger-Aliassime by 6-4, 5-7 and 6-4. In this way, the Peque will go for the title of the contest before Alexander Zverev.
In the first set, the Argentine tennis player took advantage of a break at the beginning of the match to later maintain the advantage with his service and take the initial set.
Already in the second set, Schwartzman He again arrived at 5-4 and his serve to stay with the victory, but the Canadian recovered and broke his service twice to even the game.
Finally, the Small He recovered from two break points against in the last game and managed to celebrate with his serve to get into a new final in his career.
This Sunday, Schwartzman will define the ATP 250 title in Cologne against Zverev, the champion days ago in the first edition, who defeated the Italian Jannik Sinner to reach the decisive duel.