Juan Manuel Cerúndolo said goodbye to Milan with his head held high


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Juan Manuel Cerúndolo said goodbye to Milan with his head held high

When it seemed that all was lost Juan Manuel Cerúndolo (91st) brought out his great game one last time in 2021. Against the favorite of the Next Gen Finals, Carlos Alcaraz (32nd), the Argentine fell 4-0, 4-1, 2-4 and 4-3 (3) but took great learning for the future.

With a surface that was not favorable at all for the albiceleste, showed his ATP champion badge (Córdoba 2021) and reaffirmed the reason for his qualification to the tournament. So much Brandon Nakashima (63rd), Holger Rune (109th) and Alcaraz himself had to go all the way to fourth to knock down the Argentine and claim the much-desired victory in the group stage. What’s more, the youngest of the Cerúndolo managed to be the first to take a set from the Spanish in the contest.

With a 3-9 record in sets, Juanma He managed to rub shoulders with the future of world tennis, something that will be more than beneficial in his tennis.

From minor to major, his game adapted to what the surface required: speed, dexterity and powerful impacts that were reflected in the last match. For his first indoor hard-court tournament so far this season, he showed that with good preparation, he can beat anyone.

Now it will be time to rest and think about what the 2022 season will be, which starts with nothing more and nothing less than him. Australian Open.


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