Diego Schwartzman, Eighth seed and best South American in the table, will make his debut against the Peruvian Juan Pablo Varillas in Tokyo. In addition to them, eight other South Americans are in the singles table of the Olympics.
Federico Coria will have his debut against the kazajo Kukushkin while Facundo Bagnis will do the same before Koepfer. The fourth Argentine left in the box, Francisco Cerúndolo, will start his way against the British Broady.
The Chilean Thomas Barrios will have a tough debut against Jeremy chardy while the Colombian Daniel Galán will begin his Olympic adventure against the Egyptian Safwat.
For their part, the Brazilians will have very complex tests: Monteiro goes before Struff and Menezes before Cilic. The most difficult one? The Bolivian Hugo Dellien, against the No. 1 in the world and absolute favorite, Novak Djokovic.