He ATP 125 Malaga Open This Tuesday he once again left behind a spectacular day of tennis in which all the spotlights were on Pablo Carreno. A candidate for the title who had to suffer until the last game to debut in Inacua Málaga with victory and continue on his path towards a new trophy.
The Spanish tennis player’s match against the Frenchman Arthur Cazaux was by no means easy. In fact, the Frenchman started off with a bang by taking the first set of the match and with great forcefulness (2-6). However, Carreño was forced to bring out his best repertoire and there he did not fail. Step by step, although with much less firmness than his rival, he won the games to sign the second and third sets (6-4 and 6-3), and thus achieve the first victory of the tournament.
However, Inacua fell far short of the national plenary session with only two more victories. Alexander Moro, with a determined step after arriving from the qualifying phase, won against the Swede Elias Ymer (6-1, 7-6). A triumph that he repeated, although in three sets Albert Ramos against the Bulgarian Adrian Andreev with very high tennis peaks (4-6, 6-0, 7-5). However, Pablo Llamas lost to the Italian Andrea Vavassori (6-7, 1-6), Roberto Carballes he fell to the Italian Mattia Bellucci (4-6, 6-3, 6-2) and Bernabe Zapata against fellow Italian Flavio Cobolli (2-6, 0-0).
They continue in the Málaga Open after the American won in two rounds Emilio Nava against the Italian Raul Brancaccio (6-4, 6-4), the French Constant Lestienne against the Swiss Antoine Bellier (4-6, 4-6), the Colombian Daniel Galan by beating the Frenchman Hugo Grenier (3-6, 5-7), the Frenchman Ugo Blanchet against the Indian Sumit Nagal (1-6, 0-3) and the British Billy Harris against Iván Gájov (3-6, 4-6). Furthermore, in three sleeves, the French Maxime Janvier He beat the German Maximilian Marterer (6-2, 3-6, 6-3).
The discordant note of the tournament already has the signature of Benoit Paire. The French tennis player, known for having an unsportsmanlike attitude on the court, did his thing in Malaga on Monday and still has a tail. This time he had to suffer it from the Spanish Pedro Martínez in a very easy match due to the game (6-0 and 4-2) and at the same time really complicated to manage due to his emotions. The Gaul gave signs from the beginning of laziness and lack of desire to play with meaningless blows. In fact, the game didn’t even end.
This Wednesday’s day
After closing the first round, the round of 16 begins this Wednesday. The Italian and the Hungarian Dimitar Kuzmanov will debut on the track and they will be followed by the French Maxime Janvier and the Argentine Thiago Agustin Tirante, the French duel between Ugo Blanchet and Constante Lestienne, and Roberto Bautista will close the day against the British Billy Harris.