Schwartzman and Pella said goodbye to Cincinnati


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Schwartzman and Pella said goodbye to Cincinnati

The Cincinnati Masters 1000 ran out of Argentines in singles. Diego Schwartzman (14th) met a really inspired Casper Ruud (11th) who beat him 6-4, 6-3 and Guido Pella (93rd) was widely surpassed by Alexander Zverev (5th), recent medalist of Gold in Tokyo 2020, with sets of 6-2, 6-3. On a difficult day, neither of them generated break chances in favor.

The trend of both parties was similar; they did not exceed an hour and a half of action. Both the Norwegian and the Teuton, who will meet in the quarterfinals, were really superior and imposed their speed on the two center courts of Cincinnati.

Schwartzman tried to move Ruud distributing with his backhand but was neutralized with magnificent defenses and inverted forehand accelerations from the young Nordic. Secondly, Lump suffered the good passing of Zverev from the back of the court, he handled everything with his crossed backhand and accelerated on a grand scale.

The Little, who still did not overcome the barrier of the knockout stages at the Masters 1000 level this season, his next destination will be the US Open, where he will have to defend 360 points. Pella, after his best week of the year in which he regained confidence, it will make a previous stopover at the ATP 250 in Winston-Salem and then it will depart for Flushing Meadows.


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