Federico Delbonis remonHe played a tremendous game against the Spanish Pablo Carreño Busta, 12th in the ATP ranking, and entered the second round of the Masters 1000 in Madrid. The triumph ended up being 3-6, 6-4 and 6-3 for the 77th in the world who had just passed the classification.
The European played a spectacular first set. He was solid, fast and comfortable before a Delbonis in which imprecision predominated. The second set started in the same way, with a 4-0 for the local, who seemed to be staying with the game. However the a native of Azul hit the gas and began to dominate on the ground. With an impressive streak of six games in a row, the Argentine closed the sleeve 6-4 to take things to a definitive third set.
The last quarter again had a favorable start for Carreño Busta, who was placed 3-1. But the Davis Cup champion never gave up and again managed to turn the tables. The number 77 of the ranking won five consecutive games and sealed one of the most important wins of his career against the former top ten.