As has practically been happening most weekends, an Argentinean disputes a final in some part of the world. This time, Camilo Ugo Carabelli won in Warsaw, while Román Burruchaga took the Poznan M25 title, two consecrations in Poland that increase the national record.
Total, There are already 29 titles held by Argentina so far in 2021. Logically, some took place in the framework of more prominent tournaments than others, but in the same way it reflects the strong presence of young people in different tournaments.
The most resounding triumphs were undoubtedly those of Juan Manuel Cerúndolo, at the ATP 250 in Córdoba, and then that of Diego Schwartzman, at the ATP 250 in Buenos Aires. Those were the only national trophies at the ATP level.
In Challenger, eleven times an Argentine shouted champion so far this season. Along with the United States, Argentina is the country with the most consecrations in this category this year.
Those in charge of obtaining the titles were: Sebastian Baez (Concepción, Santiago and Zagreb), Thomas Etcheverry (Perugia and Trieste), Francisco Cerúndolo (Cordenons), Juan Manuel Cerúndolo (Rome), Pedro Cachin (Oeiras), Facundo Bagnis (Salzburg) and Federico Coria (Prostejov).
At the same time, Among the ITF titles, the 15 achieved stand out in the male branch; while in the female, one more is added.
So far, the outstanding balance remains in WTA, whose highest representative is Nadia podoroska, which has interspersed good performances, but has not yet been able to get a trophy.
The concrete thing is that Argentina, in different categories and parts of the world, has been consolidating for some months.