Moscoso won two titles in the United States

Bolivian tennis player Conrado Moscoso won two titles at the KWM Gutterman Open World Championship, which was held in Colorado, United States.

Moscoso was crowned champion in singles and reaffirmed his number one spot in the IRT (International Tennis Tour, for its English acronym) world ranking.

Chuquisaqueño also achieved and secured his first professional mixed doubles title with Mexican tennis legend Paola Longoria.


Moscoso had a perfect pace in the singles. In the round of 32, he eliminated Ecuadorian Jose Ugalde (15-3, 15-9), and in the second round, he defeated American Rocky Carson III (15-4, 15-5), and in the quarter-finals, American Adam Manila (15-11, 15-3). ) and in the semi-finals he beat Mexican Rodrigo Montoya (15-11, 15-6).

In the final he faced Mexican-American Daniel de la Rosa, where Moscoso did not start well, losing the first balls and quickly advancing his opponent to win the first set 3-15.

In the second set, despite the start, he was able to fight back and this time left the score at 15-4.

The third field started evenly and remained tied at 5-5. But Moscoso, who was much calmer, was able to capitalize on de la Rosa’s mistakes to win this set and the match 11-7.

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The Moscoso-Longoria duo steadily advanced in the tournament. In the Round of 16 he left behind the pair of Natalia Mendes (Argentina) – Alvaro Beltran (Mexico), with a difference of 15-14 and 15-9; In the quarterfinals Daniel de la Rosa (Mexico) – Holly Scott (USA) with a difference of 15-13, 15-6.

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In the semi-finals, they defeated the team of Eduardo Portillo – Alexandra Herrera of Mexico, by a score of 11-15, 15-10 and 11-7.

In the final of Moscoso Longoria, he faced the duo of Alan Natera (Mexico) and Carla Muñoz (Che), whom they defeated 15-11, 15-4.

In this tournament, which is part of the Professional Tennis Tournament, Bolivia also had a presence in the men’s doubles, where the duo of brothers Carlos and Roland Keeler reached the semi-finals, where they lost 2-1 to Alvaro’s team. MEX) and Rocky Carson III (USA).

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