Argentina beat Greece and will qualify against Poland

Federico Delbonis (44th) beat Michail Pervolarakis (399th) in the first turn and then Diego Schwartzman (13th) beat 4th in the world, Stefanos Tsitsipas, for Argentina to secure the series against Greece. In this way, the winner of Group D will be defined on Tuesday night in a heads up with Poland.

Delbo, after an even first set (he won it in the tiebreak 7-5), asserted the difference in ranking and took the second set 6-1. The one with Azul, Davis’ champion in 2016, had also won his first-date match against Georgia.

In the second shift, Diego Schwartzman had a very tough test against Stefanos Tsitsipas. The 4th in the world, who decided to take care of himself on the first date against Poland, won the first set 7-5 in the tiebreak.

The best Latin American maintained his firmness, did not lower the level and managed to take the next sets 6-3. With 2-0, the series was closed for Argentina, which remains as the leader of Group D.

Even so, Andrés Molteni and Horacio Zeballos added their second victory, sealing it 3-0: it was 6-3, 4-6 and 1-9 to Petros Tsitsipas (Stef’s brother) and Markos Kalovelonis.

On Wednesday in Australia (Tuesday night in South America), the Argentine team will try to get for the first time in the history of the renewed ATP Cup in the semifinals. Poland, led by Hubert Hurkacz, He also won his previous duels (this Monday it was 3-0 to Georgia) so it will be a heads-up match on Tuesday night in Argentina (starting at 8pm).

On the other hand, Francisco arrives with a little more shooting: he crossed the tournament classification with victories against Harri Heliovara (1014 °) and Colombian Daniel Elahi Galán (120 °). In his debut in an ATP main draw on this surface he will see faces with Gianluca Mager (62 °), from Italy, around 5 am from Argentina (19 local time). Precisely against this same rival, in the last edition of the Córdoba Open, he obtained his first triumph on the big circuit. Now, he will try to expand the record against the player born in San Remo.

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