Schwartzman’s rocky debut in Paris


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Schwartzman's rocky debut in Paris

Despite retaliating with his racket for his performance in the second set, partial in which he had to receive medical assistance on his left hand, the Argentine tennis player Diego schwartzman (15th) beat this Tuesday 7-6 (2), 5-7 and 6-2 to Australian John Millman (73rd) and advanced to the second round of the Paris Masters 1000.

After winning the tiebreak in the opening round, the 29-year-old from Buenos Aires dropped his level in the second stage and failed at key moments, mainly at 6-5 against, when unleashed his fury with his precious work item.

However, the furious reaction of the four-time champion at the ATP level would bring physical consequences, because splinter his hand and seek health care at halftime.

The current pupil of former player Juan Ignacio Chela and Alejandro Fabbri would not be able to recover, he would admit his mistake and I would strongly ask for a new treatment.

A few games later, with the score already 3-0 in their favor, the long-awaited help would arrive for the second chance in the meeting and it would allow him to finish the game in acceptable conditions.

Virtually recovered from his injury, the recent Antwerp finalist sealed the triumph and will face the winner of the match between the Americans Frances Tiafoe (41st), executioner in Vienna, and Marcos Giron (57th)


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