The Argentine tennis player saves for the winner of the match between the Italian Jannik Sinner, seeded eighth, and the Russian Alexander Shevchenko.
The Argentine tennis player Francisco Cerundolo qualified today for the round of 16 of the Rome Masters 1000played on brick dust, after beating the Frenchman Gregoire Barrere 6-7 (0-7), 6-2, 6-2 in a third round match.
Cerúndolo, number 31 in the ranking and first national racketwait for the winner of the match between the Italian Jannik Sinner, seeded eighth, and the Russian Alexander Shevchenko -Sebastián Báez’s executioner- to know his rival in the next instance.
The man from Buenos Aires, who had previously eliminated Chinese Yibing Wu, He is the only Argentine in the race after the early eliminations of his brother JJuan Manuel Cerúndolo, Báez, Tomás Etcheverry, Pedro Cachín, Guido Pella and Diego “Peque” Schwartzman.
Cerúndolo reached that instance for the third time in his career in a Masters series tournamentafter the semifinals and the quarterfinals achieved in Miami last year and in the current season.
It is worth remembering that the Argentine had agreed to this instance after defeating the Chinese Yibing Wu by 4-6, 6-2 and 6-3.
The tournament of Foro Italicoscheduled until next Sunday, is the last one to be played by the main tennis players of the ATP circuit before the start of Roland Garrossecond grand slams of the year to be played in Paris between May 28 and June 11.
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