Between October 2 and 9, the Ferrero Challenger will take place in the Spanish town of Villena, which is held on outdoor hard court courts.
Entry list Challenger Ferrero Alicante
One of the Challenger tournaments that takes place in Spain, is looking forward to its return where in the Ferrero Tennis Academy It will host high-level tennis. Lukas Klein is the current champion after having beaten the Dominican Nick Hardt in the fight for the championship. For this edition, the tournament has been upgraded in category and hence the events and opportunities to see highly prestigious situations can go hand in hand.
For the main draw, it is known who will be the first tennis players who will be able to compete by invitation. This is the promising 17-year-old Spanish young man. Martin Landaluce. He will come from having been able to be at the Challenger in Mallorca where he also agreed through an invitation. He managed to beat Peter Gojowczyk in the first round but then succumbed against Damir Dzumhur. In his next tournaments, within the ITF circuit, he has not known victory. With this, he will arrive at the Ferrero Tennis Academy with the desire to do well and take advantage of the opportunity that the organization has given him as a great promise of Spanish tennis. Within his objective, at the moment, is to be able to settle in Challenger tournaments constantly, although everything takes its own process.
The other invitation confirmed at the moment by the tournament is that of the American Darwin Blanch. A young 15-year-old tennis player who is working at the Ferrero Tennis Academy itself. He will have the great opportunity to see how far he is capable of going against world-class players. Therefore, one of the great visible faces of the Alicante academy. He could have made history at his short age by being the second youngest player to get an ATP point.
Wild Cards Challenger Villena
Final drawMartín Landaluce (ESP)Darwin Blanch (USA)
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