Diego schwartzman was the last of the 8 players to qualify for the ATP Finals London. From the English capital, the Argentine spoke on Tuesday with a group of Argentine journalists.
The Argentine arrives at his first Masters at the age of 28 but something that marked his career is not being satisfied. Consulted by ESPN Tennis on what his challenge is for the ATP Finals, Schwartzman took a stand.
Peque is the eighth Argentine to qualify for a Masters Tournament after Vilas, Clerc, Del Potro, Nalbandian, Coria, Gaudio and Puerta. What would a Masters be like with those players?
In recent months, Schwartzman defeated Nadal and Thiem, two of his possible rivals. He also played against Zverev and Medvedev. How does the Argentine need to play to be competitive in London?
Schwartzman put together his ideal group for London: he prefers to play with those who are not specialists in cement.
Growth across all of his brands in recent years better positioned Schwartzman’s physique for the circuit. The Argentine marked in what situations he sees it reflected.
In a pandemic year, Schwartzman described how London is and his desire to return in 2021 to enjoy it in another way.