The Colombian players stood out in the doubles modality.
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Despite the fact that the season is coming to an end, Colombian players continue to unleash themselves in the Youth Circuit and this time they did so in J2 Bolivia and J5 Nicaragua, tournaments belonging to the World Youth Circuit and award points to qualify for the Grand Slam Juniors.
In Bolivia, they reached the final Maria Paula Vargas and Sara Alba achieving his best performance in the Youth Circuit in this modality. In the definition they succumbed to Ashton Bowers y Kaitlyn Rolls with partial d 3-6, 3-6. Despite this last game, during the week they achieved several victories, including one against the two seeds of the tournament. For Vargas this was his fifth title in the modality, while for Alba it was his fourth.
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Meanwhile, in Guatemala, Cesar Mahecha and Samuel Heredia they also made it all the way to the final where they lost to second title favorites Humza Noor, Daniel Phillips 2-6, 4-6. The Colombians during the week achieved a total of three alegrías. For Mahecha and Heredia it was their first definition in the modality of couples.
It is noteworthy that these two players traveled accompanied by Oscar Torres, Cell from Magno Sports Biz and coach of Cesar Mahecha.