Jarry and Tabilo achieved an unprecedented feat by reaching the quarterfinals in Rome

Jarry and Tabilo achieved an unprecedented feat by reaching the quarterfinals in Rome
Jarry and Tabilo achieved an unprecedented feat by reaching the quarterfinals in Rome

Nicolás Jarry (24th) and Alejandro Tabilo (32nd) They wrote this Tuesday a new page in Chilean tennis with his brilliant performances in the round of 16 of the Rome Masters 1000, where the country will enjoy for the first time two representatives among the best eight in a tournament of this category.

Jarry, 28 years old, the best Chilean racket on the circuit, beat the surprising Frenchman in the round of 16 Alexandre Muller (109th)coming from the qualy, by 7-5 and 6-3 to meet against the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas (6th)who won 6-1 and 6-2 against the Australian Alex de Minaur (9th) in just 59 minutes.

Meanwhile, the Chilean-Canadian defeated the Russian Karen Khachanov (18th) by 7-6 (5) and 7-6 (10), after achieving the most important victory of his career in the second round by eliminating the world number one, the Serbian by 6-2 and 6-3.

Access for both players to the quarterfinals is unpublished for the South American nation, since at least one had always failed in the round of 16, as happened in Rome 2007following the triumph of Fernando “Feña” González about Nicolas Massu and then head to the final.

In Indian Wells 2023, Cristian Garin and Tabilo They had qualified until the round of 16, being the fourth time that two Chileans managed to access this stage in a Masters 1000, but both were eliminated at the hands of the Spanish Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and the American Frances Tiafoe, respectively.

 
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