Positive balance for Latin Americans in Indian Wells


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Positive balance for Latin Americans in Indian Wells

Great day for the Latin Americans on the last qualifying day of the Indian Wells Masters 1000: of the four who reached this last instance, three achieved victory and classification.

The Rosario Renzo Olivo (199º) he fulfilled his mission and reached the main draw after beating the Italian 6-1, 6-7 (6) and 6-3 Andrea Arnaboldi (281º). It will be the fourth time in his career that he will say present in this instance of a tournament of such magnitude and toothers, with their victory, nine will be the Argentines who will play the first round of the US tournament, counting singles and doubles.

The Ecuadorian Emilio gomez (174th) qualified for the second time in his career to a main draw by Masters 1000 after dispatching 6-3 and 7-6 (7) to the dangerous Ivo Karlovic (200º) in one hour and 33 minutes of play. The only time he reached this stage in a tournament of this category was in Toronto 2016.

Another of the Latin Americans who managed to get into the main draw is the Chilean Alejandro Tabilo (184º), who crushed the russian Evgeny Donskoy (148th) by 6-2 and 6-1 in just one hour and 7 minutes.

Who could not achieve victory was Roberto Quiroz (300º) after falling before Salvatore Caruso (145º) by 6-4 and 6-4. With the defeat of the Guayaquil native, only two Ecuadorians will be in the contest in California: Emilio Gómez in singles and Gonzalo Escobar in doubles.

With the qualy already completed, 13 are the South American singles who will say present in the main draw of Indian Wells.


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