The Cordenons Challenger breathes South American air


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The Cordenons Challenger breathes South American air

The Cordenons Challenger 80, disputed in on Italian brick dust and that distributes 44,000 euros in prizes, It is full of South Americans, because this Thursday three Argentines, a Chilean and a Peruvian qualified for the quarterfinals.

Representing the celestial and white flag, the Buenos Aires Francisco Cerúndolo (119º), third seed, Tomás Etcheverry from La Plata (148º) and New Yorker Andrea Collarini (209º) they stomped and they celebrated before the locals Lorenzo GIustino (234º), Federico Gaio (147º) and Francesco Forti (370º), respectively.

For his part, the trans-Andean Tomás Barrios Vera (197º) won 6-4 and 7-6 (5) against the tano Gian Marco Moroni (232º), while the Inca Juan Pablo Varillas (127º) won 6-2 and 6-2 against the Czech Kdenek Kolar (178º ).

In the next instance, Collarini will face the Italian Stefano Travaglia (98th), best seeded of the tournament and who eliminated the Albiceleste Thiago Tirante (283th), Cerúndo Giulio Zeppieri (305º), Etecheverry to Varillas and Barrios Vera to the Swiss Marc-Andrea Huesler (175º), who triumphed against the Argentine Camilo Ugo Carabelli (304º).


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