Juan Ignacio Londero’s season has surely not been the one he expected. The Argentine cannot take off and reach the level he had two years ago, probably what was the best of his career so far.
Since January, Londero has 11 games played from an ATP 250 onwards, losing all of them in the first round.. The detail marks falls with Mikhail Kukushkin in Melbourne II, with Alexandre Muller in the Australian Open, with Albert Ramos in his native province, with Pablo Andújar in Buenos Aires, with Norbert Gombos in Marbella, with Filip Krajinovic in Monte-Carlo (after overcoming la Qualy), with Arthur Rinderknech in Belgrade, with Richard Gasquet in Estoril, with Cristian Garin in Roland Garros, vs. Gianluca Mager at Wimbledon and vs. Tallon Griekspoor in Gstaad.
In this way, is the tennis player with the least effectiveness this season. It should be noted that the statistics include those players who played at least nine games.
The ATP 250 champion from Córdoba in 2019, his only title, comes from falling in his presentation in the US Open qualy, against Christian Harrison by 6-4 and 6-2 ysu best performance of the year was at the Salzburg Challenger, where he reached the semifinals and fell to his compatriot Federico Coria in straight sets.
Other tennis players who are going through a similar situation are Joao Sousa (1-12), Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (1-8), Gilles Simon (3-15), Salvatore Caruso (4-16) and Pedro Sousa (2-8).
For the moment, Londero’s situation does not appear to be the most favorable. By 2021 he still has several months of action left and it will be an opportunity for the 28-year-old from Cordoba to raise his level.