After 13 years of drought, an Argentine was able to establish himself as the champion of the ATP 250 of Buenos Aires. On this occasion, eThe one who did it was Diego Schwartzman after beating his compatriot Francisco Cerúndlo 6-1 and 6-2 in one hour and 20 minutes of play.
Throughout the meeting, Peque, current No. 9 in the world ranking, showed a very high level of play and this was demonstrated in the result of the match. At the beginning of the first set, Cerúndolo was very nervous that led him to commit many unforced errors that would cost him to get into the game.
Diego was able to hold his serve and at the time of closing the set he was relentless. Already in the second set, Schwartzman remained the main protagonist of this story and was quickly able to get 3-0 up on the scoreboard.. Then, Francisco had the only chance to break Peque, he did it and tied the match.
Despite this, Diego showed why he is the No. 9 in the world and was able to recover the break he had in his favor to become 5-2. Francisco had many errors in the last game and it led to the Peque to keep the last sleeve and heHe managed to lift the title of champion of the ATP of Buenos Aires for the first time in his career.
Notably Cerúndolo had come to overcome with some problems the classification to this tournament and it was his first final of an ATP tournament. While Schwartzman obtained his fourth title as a professional tennis player after having consecrated in Istanbul 2016, Rio de Janeiro 2018 and Los Cabos 2019.