Carreo fills in the Palacio de Deportes on his Gijn Open debut


This was the moment everyone had been waiting for for weeks. A few minutes passed before six in the afternoon when local idol Pablo Carrillo jumped on the red trackGijn Open ATP 250the new tournament in the city where he was born.

The La Joya Sports Palace was completely touched by 4,300 spectators to see the new champion of the Canadian ATP Masters 1000 this year his seventh title in the track as well as the Olympic medalist in the last 2021 in Tokyo.

Playing at home has good things, but it also has more complex things She was recognized as the No. 2 seed in the tournament. You look at the stands and see familiar faces everywhere. It’s a little hard to focus, but I had a good time.

loyal audience

The gijons have highlighted the following: The harmony with the audience was very pleasant. There were times when there was a lot of noise on the track. People were seen enjoying and suffering a little.

Carreo will unleash the passion again at Gijn next Friday in his quarter-final match against Arthur Rinderknech. The Frenchman won today’s Gallic duel against Constant Lestienne 6-4, 6-2 in the only singles match played on Court 1.

Tim’s back

One of the other candidates in the tournament had several problems in the last match played earlier that night. Dominic Thiem didn’t feel the same way on his debut on Monday, but he used his massive class to come back against a rowdy Marcus Giron 3-6 6-4 6-0.

Spanish tennis released two of its tricks on Wednesday. Only Jaume A. Munar was able to put up an opposition in the first set against Sebastian Korda, ranked 47th in the standings and one of the new benchmarks for American tennis. The Balearic Islands won 6-4, 6-1.

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Spanish farewell

In the day’s other duel between North America and Latin America, Nicholas Alvarez Varona had two balls to win the second set and tie the match against a world top 30 like Tommy Paul. The man from Burgos, who had his first ATP victory yesterday, ended up giving up intie breaker6-3 7-6 (3).

The first round concluded on Wednesday, with Argentine Pedro Kachan defeating Russian Alexei Vatutin in the previous round. South America will be the next challenger to Andy Murray.

In the doubles, the elimination of the first candidates stands out: the duo formed by Spain’s Marcel Granollers and Argentina’s Horacio Zeballos.

Rublev and Bautista ask about traffic

Quarter-finals fromGijn Open ATP 250It will be completed on Thursday on a day when three of the top four ranked players enter the tournament: Andrey Rublev, Roberto Bautista and Francisco Cerendolo.

The top seed in the tournament, Andrei Rublev, will open his participation to a player he knows well: Ilya Ivashka. The Russian and the Belarusian are good friends and know each other perfectly, although they met only twice, always with the first winner.

The 24-year-old Muscovite reaches Jen in the top 10 in the world (No. 9) and has won three titles this year (Belgrade, Dube and Marseille). Recently reached the quarter-finals at the US Open, last week he narrowly missed the ATP 500 final in Astan.

The match will begin no later than 4:00 pm in the Central Court of the Palacio de Deportes La Gua. And then it will be the turn of the third candidate in the tournament: Roberto Bautista, who will make his first match against American Sebastian Korda.

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Close it, fourth favorite

The morning session will open at 12 noon with the entry of the rising Argentine player Francisco Cerendolo, the fourth candidate. His opponent will be the sole survivor of the previous stage: Frenchman Manuel Gennard.

Gijn’s intensive day program will allow us to once again enjoy the talent of Andy Murray. After his impressive start yesterday, he is looking for a place in the quarter-finals against Argentine Pedro Cachin.

Wednesday October 12

[5] T. Paul (USA) to [Q] In Alvarez Varona (Spain) 6-3 7-6 (3)
[PR] Tim (Australia) to M. Geron (US) 3-6 6-4 6-0
a. Rinderknech (FRA) a C. Lestienne (FRA) 6-4 6-2
[2] Carrillo (Spain) to Te Montero (Brazil) 6-4 7-6 (3)

Singles first round
P. Cachn (ARG) to [Q] A. Vatotin 7-6 (2) 6-0
S. Korda (US) to J. Munar (ESP) 6-4 6-1

My husband first round
S. Gilles (Belgium) / F. Martin (France) to [1] M. Granollers (ESP) / H. Zeballos (ARG) 7-6 (5) 6-4
[Alt] S. Arends (NED) / D. Pel (NED) to D. Hidalgo (ECU) / C. Rodríguez (COL) 6-1 6-2
[3] R. Matos (BRA) / D. Vega (ESP) to [WC] Davidovich (Spain) / M. Landalos (Spain) 6-3 6-3
Kasic (SRB) / H. Nys (MON) a R. Klaasen (RSA) / M. Melo (BRA) 6-2 6-7 (9) [16-14]

play order
Thursday October 13

Center path

00:00 noon
[4] F. Cerndolo (ARG) vs. [Q] Mother. Gennard (France)
[WC] Murray (Great Britain) vs Be Kachin (Argentina)

Not before 4:00 PM
[1] A. Rublev vs. I. Ivashka
S. Korda (US) vs. [3] R. Bautista (ESP)

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Track No. 1

Mother. Gonzalez (Argentina) / A Molteni (Argentina) vs. [4] F. Cabral (Bor) / c. Murray (UK)
[3] Matos (Brazil) / De Vega (Spain) vs N Lamons (US) / J Withro (US)

Not before 4:30 p.m.
N.Cacic (SRB) / H. Nys (MON) vs. [2] S. Bolelli (ITA) / F. Fognini (ITA)

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