Argentine tennis player Diego Schwartzman was robbed In his hotel room during the ATP 250 International Championships in Eastbourne, UK. Before he was eliminated (lost 7-5, 7-6 (3)) by Britain’s Jack Draper, he was a little I realized what happened in the focus complex. The same thing happened with the Spanish. Peter Martinez.
“When I got to the room I realized my watch wasn’t there. I searched the whole room, it wasn’t there and when I went to the front desk to inform people Diego came 15 minutes later and said the same thing”Martinez, who resided in the same place with the Argentine, said, according to the media guardian. East Sussex Police have arrived at a hotel lobby Hydro . Hotel When she was notified of the theft, which occurred last Monday.
Although Schwartzman did not make any statements, the Spaniard stated that the Vila Crespo native was also missing some valuables and money when he returned to his room: “They stole a watch from my room. [el lunes] s Schwartzman also stole some things from his room. It was a bad night, that’s the truth. I didn’t sleep, it was difficult to prepare for the match, but I tried to focus on playing.”. Officers present stated that “several items of high value were stolen, including watches and bags, as well as cash and some personal items.”
Although the investigation continued, Martinez commented that there were no cameras in the hotel corridors and that’s why it would be difficult to find the culprits. “It was an hour. I had it for a year and a half. I bought it when I got to the third round at Roland Garros for the first time. It was emotional, yes, because it was from there. But what do I do?”, lamented.
The tennis players had not yet attended their premiere in Eastbourne and still had to go to the court. In fact, the Spaniard advanced to the round of 16 on Tuesday morning due to the withdrawal of his compatriot Alexander Davidovich Fokin (Thumb injury) when he was 1-6 and 7-6 (6). Today he collides with the British Ryan Peniston For a place in the quarter-finals.
For Schwartzman, seeded for the second round of the event, this was his first appearance and he was sent off in two sets. It is worth noting that he came after losing in the first round of the Queen’s ATP 500 tournament with the American Sam Austin Querrey. now it a little (Seeded 12) will prepare for what will be the Wimbledon Grand Slam, for which a contender is expected and will start on June 27 (preliminary stages are now underway). On London grass, he’ll also do doubles with his compatriot Facundo Bagnes.
Summary of Schwartzman’s defeat by Draper