Diego Schwartzman returns to Paris a month after a dreamed Roland Garros but the goal does not drop. Qualification for the ATP Finals They’re at hand and, again in France, he’s going for those great performances. Yes, no finally the Masters 1000 it will be done without spectators.
His debut will be against the winner of the duel between Richard Gasquet and Taylor Fritz. Moving forward would see faces with Karen khachanov, not very good present, in quarters it could be Daniil Medvedev (without great post-pandemic results) and Stefanos Tsitsipas in the semifinals.
In that hand to hand who has to reach the last tournament of the year, in London, his rival is Matteo Berrettini. The Italian appears on the same side of the painting and a path no less thorny.
As the seventh seed, he also has a starting bye and in second he will collide with the winner of the match between Albert Ramos or a player emerged from the classification. Follow, Milos raonic would appear in his way and the Greek Tsitsipas would be a logical stumbling block in the quarterfinals.
In the other side, Rafael Nadal will debut in the second round against the winner of the match between Filip Krajinovic and Feliciano López.
Further, Alexander Zverev will debut with Miomir Kecmanovic or John Millman, Daniil Medvedev with the winner of Kevin Anderson (executioner in Vienna) or a qualy and Andrey Rublev with Hubert Hurkacz or a Qualy.
Nadal vs Goffin
Zverev vs Rublev
Schwartzman vs Medvedev
Berrettini vs Tsitsipas