Schwartzman, the fifth Argentine man with 100 wins on hard courts


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Schwartzman, the fifth Argentine man with 100 wins on hard courts

Round figure and very important in his career. Diego Schwartzman, currently 14th in the world, advanced to the semifinals in the ATP in Antwerp and thus became the fifth male from Argentina to reach 100 victories on hard courts on the professional circuit.

This Friday, Schwartzman, at age 29, beat American Brandon Nakashima in two sets in the quarterfinals of that Belgian tournament, indoors, and reached the mark of 100 hard wins, to stand out among Argentine tennis players, in his most brick dust specialists. A hard court is considered to be a concrete surface, counting outdoors and indoors.

A) Yes, Little, With 202 victories in total on the circuit, he is the fifth highest winner of the men of his country on hard courts, between the ATP circuit, the Davis Cup and the Grand Slam, a list dominated by Juan Martín del Potro, with 311.

An important clarification: Guillermo Vilas, for example, is fourth in that albiceleste list, with 107 individual successes, but in those days a lot was played on a synthetic folder, in indoor championships. And in fact Willy got 97 wins on that floor.

The Argentines with the most victories in hard, with 5 reaching 100 and another eight between 50 and 99:
311 Juan Martin del Potro
187 David Nalbandian
121 Juan Ignacio Chela
107 Guillermo Vilas
100 Diego Schwartzman
98 Guillermo Canas
96 Juan Monaco
70 Leonardo Mayer
68 Guillermo Coria
66 Agustin Calleri
51 Martín Jaite and Mariano Zabaleta
50 Javier Frana

Meanwhile, then Gastón Gaudio appears, with 48, Guido Pella, who achieved 47, José Acasuso, with 42, among those who surpassed the 40 mark. Right after that, José Luis Clerc appears, with 39, while he achieved another 21 successes in file.


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