The world of tennis does not stop outside the United States Open and Argentina continues to give the good news in the Challengers. It is the case of Juan Manuel Cerúndolo who got into the semifinals of Como, in Italy, on brick dust and with prizes for 44 thousand euros, after winning over Croatian Nino Serdarusic by 7-5 and 6-2.
Cerúndolo, ranked 135th in the ATP world rankings, took an hour and 35 minutes to advance and will play in the next instance against German Daniel Altmaier (106), which accounted for the Italian Riccardo Bonadío (307) by 7-6 (3) and 6-3.
The 19-year-old Argentine had surpassed French Tristán Lamasine (260) and Italian Caio Zeppieri (251) in previous rounds.
In addition, Argentine tennis players won 11 Challenger category tournaments this year. Top brand.