Podoroska’s return and victory at Roma Masters, who will play Serena, and the swift elimination of Schwartzman

After 47 days, Nadia Podorowska from Rosario (44th in the WTA ranking) returned to the professional circuit today by defeating German Laura Siegmund (55th), to advance to the second round of the 1000 Masters in Rome, where she was quickly eliminated from Buenos Aires. Diego Schwartzman (10 marks). “Peque” beat his 33-year-old competitor 2-6, 7-6 (3), 6-1 in Foro Italico and will receive a prize for his career for his continued involvement. In the tournament. In the second round he will face American Serena Williams (8), one of the best tennis players in history, who has won 23 Grand Slam titles, among other accomplishments as a list. It was a return to good feelings for Podoroska, who played the Billie Jean Cup with the Argentine national team but did not perform well due to physical discomfort, which caused her to be defeated by Kazakhs Yulia Putinsteva (30) and Elena Rybakina (23rd). She last appeared on the WTA singles circuit on March 25, in the second round of the Miami Masters, where she fell to Russian Ekaterina Alexandrova (33rd place). “Ready to go back! In Rome, the city I always enjoy visiting. Hope I can do it well!” Podoroska had posted on his official account on the social network Twitter .. another defeat for “Peque” .. In the same thing in the men’s competition, Federico Delbonis also made his debut with a victory after reaching the main draw from the qualifiers, while Guido Bella was forced from Bahia To leave before the premiere due to muscle problems he was dragging her for two weeks in closeup. But this Tuesday, Buenos Aires player Diego Schwartzman (10th) also made his debut, as he crossed the first division due to his ranking, but was eliminated again from the start, as in the case of the 1000 Masters in Madrid, a week ago. “Becky” could not with Canadian Felix Auger Aliassim (21 degrees), who partially surpassed him 6-1, 6-3, and was far from repeating his performance last year when he reached the final in this previous competition to Roland Garros and lost to Novak Djokovic. DP / AMR is not available

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