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Santiago Lorenzo will compete in the South American in Colombia – Diario San Rafael

In the city of Rosario, different national teams were developed with the main objective of forming the Argentine Senior Team for national commitments and on the final list is Santiago Lorenzo from San Rafael.

The most outstanding players in the country were at the event, Santiago won the first selective after winning the final against Francisco Sanchi by 4-2 and in the second, Sanchi took revenge to beat the tennis player from our city 4-3.

Having parity in the selections won and matches won against each other, the national coaching staff headed by Gustavo Levisman made the decision to inform the final list for the Argentine National Team that will compete in the South American Table Tennis Championship from July 21 to 27 in the city ​​Pereira, Colombia and the list is made up of: Horacio Cifuentes, Gastón Alto, Francisco Sanchi and Santiago Lorenzo.

In addition, the women’s coaching staff that has Matías Alto as coach and Pablo Tabachnik coordinator of selections summoned Camila Kaizoji, Candela Molero, Ana Codina and Camila Argüelles.

Great news for Santiago Lorenzo, who arrives after a more than positive season at the Charleville-Mezieres Ardennes TT in France and in the First Division of Portugal, wearing the colors of Associacão Desportiva Galomar, who also participated in the WTT Contender circuit this month (World Table Tennis), which had an appointment at the Villa Deportiva Nacional located in Lima, Peru, and was among the best table tennis players in the world with its purpose of continuing to add points for the world ranking.

Santiago, also with the colors of Ferro Carril Oeste de Buenos Aires, became champion of the Superliga of the team leagues organized by the FETAMBA (Federation of Table Tennis of Buenos Aires and Conurbano) and after the South American in which he will represent the country, will seek to arrive in optimal conditions at the World Championship in Chengdu, China, to be held from September 30 to October 9, adding the Odesur Games in Asunción del Paraguay and the Pan American Games in Santiago de Chile, both in October.

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