After 13 years, An Argentine was able to establish himself as champion of the ATP of Buenos Aires, this streak was cut by Diego Schwartzman after beating Francisco Cerúndolo. With this title, Argentina continues to occupy the fifth place in the countries with the most titles of the open era.
It is the only Latin country that is in the top 10, with 225 titles in all history. The one that leads this ranking is United States with 1041, they follow Spain (415), Australia (281) and Sweden (276). Below Argentina are France (170), Germany (154), Switzerland (145), Russia (121) and complete the Top 10 Great Britain (99).
The Argentine with the most titles is Guillermo Vilas who obtained 62 throughout his entire career. The second is José Luis Clerc with 25 and follows him very closely Juan Martín Del Potro with 22. Further down you will find Martín Jaite with 12 and David Nalbandian with 11. With his title in Buenos Aires, Schwartzman reached the fourth of his career.
The list is completed by: Guillermo Pérez Roldan (9), Guillermo Coria (9), Juan Monaco (9), Gaston Gaudio (8), Guillermo Cañas (7), Juan Ignacio Chela (6), Diego schwartzman (4), Horacio De La Peña (4), Alberto mancini (3), Frank davin (3), Javier Frana (3), Franco Squillari (3), Mariano zabaleta (3), Mariano Puerta (3), Jose Acasuso (3), Agustin Calleri (two), Carlos Berlocq (two), Federico Delbonis (two), Leonardo mayer (two), Christian miniussi (1), Gabriel Markus (1), Roberto Argüello (1), Hernan Gumy (1), Horacio Zeballos (1), Juan Ignacio Londero (1), Guido pella (1) andJuan Manuel Cerúndolo (1).