Argentine tennis continues to celebrate in the Challenger world with a double open front and the chance of two titles in the same week.
On the one hand, Renzo Olivo beat Frenchman Arthur Rinderknech by 5-4 and retired, and qualified for the final of the Challenger in Ostrava, in the Czech Republic, which is played on brick dust and distributes 44 thousand euros in prizes.
Olivo, 29 years old and ranked 231 in the ATP world rankings, will play the final against another Frenchman, Benjamin Bonzi (126), who eliminated Swedish Elias Ymer 6-3, 4-6 and 7-6 (5) in search of his fourth Challenger title.
By accessing the definition in Ostrava, the Rosario category 1992 obtained un Special Exempt to contest the Main Draw of the Challenger in Prague, next week.
Meanwhile, Juan Manuel Cerúndolo (already champion at ATP level) reached the first Challenger finish in Rome2. The 19-year-old player gave an account of local Alessandro Giannessi (167 in the ranking) with partials of 4-6, 6-4 and 7-5 to dispute the title with another Italian: Flavio Cobolli.
Also, extra prize. It will be Top 160 for the first time.