Juan Manuel Cerúndolo made history In cordoba. And from the title: your medium-term calendar changes.
After this tournament, he will be among the 200 best in the world for the first time, since he will be 181st from this Monday, ascending 154 ATP positions. At his current 335th degree, he is the fifth-lowest ranked champion in history.
In this way, for the first time I could practically enter directly in all Challengers tournaments.
In the short term, your plans don’t change; will play the Buenos Aires ATP, where he will face Federico Delbonis for the first round.
Of course, the ticket lists are confirmed weeks in advance so it will follow outside the ATP qualy in Santiago de Chile and is waiting for low.
But the most important thing, as he confessed in a conference, has a guaranteed place in the Roland Garros qualification, with all that that implies.