Garin starts the ATP grass season on the right foot: he advanced in qualifying in the Netherlands | Sports


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Chilean tennis player Cristian Garín (113th in the ATP) shone in his debut at the ATP 250 qualifier in S-Hertogenbosch by beating Denis Yevseyev (167th). Garín, fourth seed, won 7-5 and 6-3 in 1 hour and 17 minutes. After almost two months of defeats, this victory gives him confidence, facing the local Gijs Brouwer (241st) this Sunday. If he wins, he will enter the main draw with figures like Goffin and Carballes Baena.

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The Chilean tennis player, Cristian Garin (113th in the ATP)had an outstanding debut in the ATP 250 qualy of S-Hertogenbosch, in the Netherlands, which is played on grass, by beating the Kazakh Denis Yevseyev (167th).

‘Gago’, fourth seed in the qualifying phase of the European tournament, won his match by partials of 7-5 and 6-3 in 1 hour and 17 minutes of party.

This is the first win in almost two months for Cristian Garin, who had only known defeats since the Munich ATP semi-final. On April 19, the national racket defeated none other than the current Roland Garros finalist, Alexander Zverev, with a double 6-4.

From that moment on, he was defeated in the Madrid Open qualifiers, as well as in the debut of the Challenger in Aix-en-Provence, France. At the Rome Master he lost in the first round of qualifying, the same fate he had at Roland Garros.

Without a doubt, the victory against Denis Yevseyev restores some confidence to the man who became 17th in the ATP in September 2019.

And looking to continue the winning path, Garin this Sunday will face the local Dutchman, Gijs Brouwer (241st). It will be the first duel between the two. The match is agreed to start no earlier than 05:00 Chilean time (09:00 GMT).

If he wins, ‘Gago’ will enter the main draw of the tournament which includes tennis players such as the French David Goffin, the Spanish Roberto Carballes Baena and the American, Tommy Paul.

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