Diego Schwartzman (14th) had a brilliant debut in the Cincinnati Masters 1000. The Argentine, who had just been eliminated in the knockout stages of Toronto, He was solid again and got rid of Daniel Evans (29th).
The final score was 6-2, 4-6 and 6-3 in favor of Peque. In a game that was interrupted by the rain that hit Cincinnati for much of the day.
The first set ended with a Schwartzman who overwhelmed his rival with fantastic tennis and beating him in every aspect of the game. At the start of the second, he had to be interrupted by the water falling on the court. When they returned, hours later, the British was another.
His game had become firmer and the Argentine could not find the return, so the European equalized the actions and the definition was stretched to the third sleeve. There was no room for more doubts. Schwartzman’s tennis returned to the levels of the first set and ended his debut, on the day of his 29th birthday, with a fantastic victory.