Juanma Cerúndolo: “I don’t know where my mental strength comes from”


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Juanma Cerúndolo: "I don't know where my mental strength comes from"

Juan Manuel Cerúndolo spoke with the ATP site after winning his first Challenger title, in Rome. In the definition, the Argentine defeated Cobolli 6-2, 3-6 and 6-3. “It was a very tough game. I don’t know where my mental strength comes from. I just try to go step by step, point by point. I have patience and I am not in a hurry, and I think that is key in these games,” he told the ATP.

“Cordoba was a great week. I’m not used to playing ATP tournaments, but I haven’t played many Challenger. This is all new to me, but I feel like I’m doing a good job and I hope to play more ATP events in the future. This will give me a better ranking and it will make a big difference, “added who since May 3 has been ranked 152nd in the ranking, his best position.

The youngest of the Cerúndolo brothers also spoke of Francisco: “He is my older brother and it is incredible to be able to share the circuit together. We have great memories and he always helps me with all the things I don’t know. I have never played these great games but he does, like that. it’s good to have that. I can learn a lot from him and we support each other in games. We both want to win. “

In closing, La Compu referred to his friend Sebastián Báez: “Without a doubt, Sebastián is a great friend on the circuit. I talk a lot with him and we share good times together. We talk a lot during the year and we force each other to improve. We train together. at home and I want him to win because he’s my friends. We have a good relationship. “


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