A group of Latin American players are still seeking their place in the Indian Wells main draw. There are four of them, they play the classification and have the open chances of getting into the big tennis party.
One is Renzo Olivo, with an irregular walk throughout the year, and he faces the Italian Andrea Arnaboldi. The Rosario, 199 in the world rankings, only once faced his rival and it was precisely a defeat in qualifying for Wimbledon 2015.
After the circuit stopped in 2020 due to the pandemic, the Chilean AAlejandro Tabilo was finally able to make his debut in the Californian desert and will have his second exam against the Russian Evgeny Donskoy.
And up to two Ecuadorians will go for the feat with far from easy encounters. Emilio Gómez will collide with the legend and the service of Ivo Karlovic, and Roberto Quiroz will have to run a lot with the Italian Salvatore Caruso.