Diego Schwartzman and a strong revelation about his future: “I’m honestly a little tired”

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diego schwartzmannwho this Monday qualified in agonizing way for the second round of Roland Garros against the Spanish Bernabé Zapata, confessed that next year his future could be considered if his game and results do not respond to the preparation effort.

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He smallwho currently ranks 95th in the ATP rankings, explained in statements to reporters that he has a “huge” wear. in daily life for his preparation and that “it costs him a little more” to obtain results, which he then “transfers to the field”.

“To be honest, I’m a bit tired. It’s hard for me day after day. I don’t have to think about the standings anymore because a lot has been lost and there’s a chasm to get back to that,” he said.

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In a very negative season so far due to poor results and physical problems, he recalled that “before he did things very well off the field and he saw the results”, but in the last year he hasn’t found them, and with that “frustration” at times “It is difficult for those desires to be renewed,” he continued.

Schwartzman recalled that this is the first bad year he’s had, so “You have to give yourself the chance to have a year with a tennis crisis”after a series of very regular seasons, especially in 2020, when he finished number 8 in the ATP and played in the Masters Cup.

“If next year I see me continuing the same way, trying and doing the same as always, and tennis doesn’t give me back the way it always has, then I’ll see what I do with my day,” he warned.

And he added that perhaps the day he won’t feel comfortable on the pitch, “let’s just say this is how far I’ve gotten.”

“I’m about to turn 31, I’m not even a child,” he added. So she wants to see if she can continue to feel and play. “Otherwise, we’ll see.”

The tennis player from Buenos Aires equaled Juan Martín del Potro’s record of 22 victories by an Argentine tennis player at Roland Garros today with his win, which he found “incredible”, although he acknowledged that it sometimes “annoys” him that victories are taken for granted and not valued enough “when things go well”.

Regarding the duel with Zapata, he acknowledged that he started playing “a bad match” in which his rival “was better”, so he lost the first two sets.

However, he described starting to feel better late in the second set, which he lost in a tie-break, and early in the third set, Zapata “gave up an opportunity to fight” for the match and took advantage of it.

From the end of the second set “my tennis has been very good”, which allowed us to win the next two with a certain ease, even if the fifth “was tough”, given that it was very balanced until he managed to break his rival’s serve in the ninth game.

In the end the Argentinian won 1-6, 6-7(5), 6-2, 6-0 and 6-4 and will play the second round with the Portuguese Nuno Borges (80th place in the ATP ranking), which Sunday last he got rid of the American John Isner.

Source: EFE

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