Cerúndolo, the first Argentine to qualify for the Next Gen Finals


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Cerúndolo, the first Argentine to qualify for the Next Gen Finals

Juan Manuel Cerúndolo (94th in the world) assured his participation in the ATP Next Gen Finals in Milan after beating Brazilian Orlando Luz (287th) 4-6, 6-1, 6-4 in his debut at the Challenger in Lima. After successfully surpassing its debut as Top 100, it will be the first Argentine in getting a ticket for the tournament of the best promises of the season, to be played from November 9 to 13.

The 19-year-old pearl broke a new barrier in the best year of her career. One ATP title and three Challengers in 2021 they place him as one of the most outstanding Under-22s in world tennis. Although you already know that your rival in this week’s contest is Canadian Alexis Galarneau (336 °), you can already project the players that you will face in Milan: Jannik Sinner, Carlos Alcaraz, Sebastian Korda, Jenson Brooksby, Lorenzo Musetti, Brandon Nakashima and Cerúndolo himself They are already classified while the last place – due to the confirmed withdrawal of Felix Auger-Aliassime – is disputed Sebastian Báez, Holger Rune and Hugo Gaston.

On the other hand, also in Lima, Andrea Collarini (262 °) He won 6-1, 6-4 against Czech veteran Jaroslav Pospisil (758th, 40 years) and got a second-round ticket on Peruvian brick dust. Meanwhile, there was a bump: the classified Gonzalo Villanueva (483 °) surprised the Bulgarian Dimitar Kuzmanov (188 °) and beat him 7-5, 6-1. The 26-year-old from Entre Ríos will seek the quarterfinals against the Chilean Marcelo Tomás Barrios Vera (145 °), who removed Hernán Casanova (333 °) with partial 6-4 and 6-2.


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