“Walker” Gonzalez couldn’t dedicate himself to doubles – El Eco

Tandilense Máximo González was looking for his tenth dedication in the doubles major yesterday, this time with Italian Simone Bolelli, but he was unable to finish his participation in ATP 250 in Geneva in the best way, which is disputed in the Swiss city on the dust bricks.

Macchi and Pollili fell in the final of the competition within an hour and 16 minutes of play, against the duo of Australian John Pearce and New Zealander Michael Venus, who won 6-2 7-5.

Tennis player Serrano, who trained at Istiqlal club in this city and is exclusively dedicated to duo after becoming the world’s No. 58 in singles, is now preparing to play in Roland Garros, the second Grand Slam of the season, which will launch next Sunday in Paris.

Gonzales Bollelli reached the final after defeating South African duo Raven Klasen and Japan’s Ben McLachlan in the semi-finals, 3-6, 6-3 and 10-4. For their part, Peers-Venus Ariel Bihar (Uruguay) – Gonzalo Escobar (Colombia) left on the road.

“Machi” is unique at number 51 in the world doubles ranking, a position that will definitely improve after such a good performance in Switzerland. At the age of 37, Tandilense reached his best place in the standings in April 2019, by finishing 22nd place. Since his exclusive dedication to the doubles specialty, he has won 138 matches and lost 120, in partnership with players such as Horacio Zebalos, Juan Monaco and Federico Delbonis, Nicholas Gary, and Fabrice Martin, as well as the Italian Polili. He added 9 titles for ATP, and went on to score four defeats in the finals yesterday.

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Rudd’s victory

Casper Rudd continues to establish himself as one of the most capable players on clay and he showed it yesterday, by winning the singles title in Geneva. The Norwegian won the second title of his career after defeating Canadian Denis Shapovalov 7-6 (8-6), 6-4. His previous victory was last year, at the Argentine Open, and tomorrow he will climb to 16th. World ranking site.

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