The great exponents of Colombian tennis continue to reach great marks. After the victory against the British Daniel Evans and Neal Skupski at the Masters 1000 in Paris, Juan Sebastián Cabal and Robert Farah reached their 100th ATP quarterfinal.
In a bittersweet year in which they did not add trophies at the Grand Slam level, the former number one duo on the planet qualified last month (after beating the debut in Vienna) for the third time at the ATP Finals in Turin, tournament that will be held from November 14.
In the previous two presentations, the Colombians overcame the Round Robin but were eliminated in the semifinals. This year, together they achieved the title in Dubai, Barcelona and Vienna, and throughout their careers, they have garnered 19 titles, including two Grand Slam titles (Wimbledon and US Open, both in 2019).
Colombians win and continue to accumulate unimaginable records for South American tennis. For the first time they will play the quarterfinals in Paris and in this way, by doing so, they will complete with at least one participation in that instance in the nine tournaments of that category. They will be rivals of Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares.