Schwartzman and Delbonis, the Latin American representatives in Paris-Bercy

Schwartzman and Delbonis, the Latin American representatives in Paris-Bercy

The end of the season is coming and the Masters 1000 of Paris-Bercy It is one of the great events that ignites the action in the world of tennis. With the draw already drawn, Diego Schwartzman (16th) and Federico Delbonis (41st) Not only are they the only Argentines who will be present, but they will also be the Latin American representatives.

Unlike last year, which entered as the sixth seeded and began competing from the second round, this time the Small is the 11th seed and it was in the lower part of the table: in his debut he must beat Australian John Millman (57th) to keep advancing.

They faced each other twice and there was one victory per side. Given this history, if the best Argentine racket advances, it can be measured on the second wheel with Frances Tiafoe, precisely her executioner in the ATP 500 in Vienna. But, of course, first the American must beat a player from the qualy or one that accesses as lucky loser.

On his hypothetical way to the final, a potential round of 16 opponent is Casper Ruud (8th), whom he recently beat at Indian Wells. Already in quarters, a Top Ten may appear: yes Alexander Zverev (4th) meets the forecasts, is the candidate to be present in that instance.

In the semifinals, Daniil Medvedev (2nd) may be the main protagonist, since he starts as the second seed and with the mission of defending the crown obtained in 2020.

Secondly, Delbonis will have his debut against rising Cameron Norrie (14th), current champion in Indian Wells and whom he never faced on the circuit. Although he is far from being one of the candidates for the title and has a complex appointment in his debut, Azul’s racket can be measured with Filip Krajinovic (40th) or Reilly Opelka (27th) in the second round.

If you keep climbing, they may appear on your way Andrey Rublev (6th), in the second round; Novak Djokovic (1st), in the quarters; and Stefanos Tsitsipas (3rd), in semis, as the main stars to overcome.

It should be noted that the second best South American racket, Cristian Garin (17th), recently got off for the discomfort he suffered in his shoulder during the Vienna tournament, which has already put an end to his year.

Meanwhile, an Argentine who will not get to dispute the main draw is Federico Coria (74 °), which fell into the qualy against Norbert Gombos (108th) by 2-6, 7-5 and 6-1.

Thus, the Paris-Bercy Masters 1000 table is full of difficult figures and you already know the crosses, by the way more than interesting, in what will surely be a guarantee of high-flying tennis at the end of the season.

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