The list is also made up of Carlos Ortiz and María Fassi, so Mexico will be the only country in Latin America with four representatives in the fair.
Abraham Ancer, Carlos Ortiz, Gaby López and María Fassi were designated as the four Mexican golfers who will compete in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Because they earned their place in the Olympic ranking, so Mexico will be the only country in Latin America that has four exponents.
Federico Valdez, general director of the Mexican Golf Federation (FMG), confirmed the four exponents and shared the list of people who will make the trip to the summer fair as part of the golf delegation.
“Abraham Ancer ranked on May 31 by ranking with the 10th place in the Olympic ranking and Carlos Ortiz, in the 23rd place. In women, Gaby López ranked 25 and María Fassi in the 43rd place.
“They will be accompanied by Santiago Casado, director of FMG national teams, Carlos and Abraham with coach Ramón Bescansa. Then Gaby and María, the second week will be accompanied by Casado and Horacio Morales as coach ”, said Valdez, in addition that each player will travel with their caddy.
For the Olympic Games, the four golf participants made some requests to the FMG and the Mexican Olympic Committee, which were to travel from different parts of the world to the venue, stay in a hotel near the course and get to know the Kasumigaseki Country Club early.
“In the case of women, they said they would play in the East and would like to make a camp on the field of games, but the Japanese government has not let anyone in. There are requests for medical help. In the case of male players, Bescansa was discharged as coach, ”said Jorge Robleda, president of the FMG.
“We request that our golfers stay close to the golf course and not to the Olympic Village. But the truth is that I see that complicated and they would have them in the Villa bubble. We have no official response and we want to see if we can get our players to a hotel close to 15 minutes and not an hour at the Villa, “said Robleda.