Francisco Cerúndolo closed "a great year" in Brasilia

Even if it was not in the expected way, inside a field and why not? with some triumph, Francisco Cerúndolo (115th in the world ranking) ended his long tennis year.

In the tournament that distributes $ 52,000 in prizes and delivers 80 ATP points to the champion, Rosario Federico Coria (69th ATP) was the beneficiary of the final but it also meant a break for Juan Manuel’s older brother.

In the year he had a record of just 5-8 although his greatest achievement was his insertion into the professional world. His breakthrough occurred in no less than Buenos Aires reaching the final (he lost to Diego Schwartzman).

Although he could not match the title that his brother won days ago in Córdoba, that week he beat Benoit Paire, Albert Ramos and Coria himself, to reach the decisive day.

Likewise, his tour had much more activity in the Challenger circuit where he was consecrated in Cordenons (Italy), he reached the final in Concepción (Chile) and he also made practically consecutive semifinals in Santiago 2, Buenos Aires and Campinas.