Francisco Comesaña Secures Second Victory in Challenger 100 Tennis Tournament

The man from Mar del Plata added his second victory in the Challenger 100 that takes place in Tigre.

The man from Mar del Plata Francisco Comesaña won a difficult match against the Slovakian Josef Kovalik and classified quarter finals in it Challenger 100 of tennis that is played in the Tiger Racket Club.

Comesaña, which started the week 126 in the ATP ranking and es seventh seedwas imposed 6-7 (3), 6-3 y 6-4after 2 hours and 37 minutes of play.

His next rival will be the winner of the match between the Argentines Facundo Díaz Acosta (106th and third seed), who beat Renzo Olivo 6-3 and 6-4 (296).

Comesaña, who had passed the first round with a 6-4 and 6-3 against Marco Trungelliti, he worked much harder to surpass Kovalik (185).

The man from Mar del Plata started very well, he was 5-3 and served to win the first set (5-4), but his opponent broke him at the right moment and was more consistent in the final stretch, which was resolved in the tie-break.

Comesaña recovered soon and won the first five games of the second set. However, the Slovakian did not give it up, he discounted to 3-5 and had two break chances with Comesaña’s serve (15-40). The man from Mar del Plata made good serves, got out of the critical situation and leveled the score.

In the decisive set, the two started without problems with their serves until 2-2. “El Chino”, with an aggressive game and his usual dedication, defeated him in the fifth game and dominated until the end.

Comesaña, having had a great season (54 wins and 20 losses, with two Challenger titles and an M25 trophy), secured 20 points and will rise at least 10 places in the ranking.

It must be remembered that the tournament that is played on brick dust distribute 130 thousand dollars in prizes.

2023-10-11 18:39:55
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