Roland Garros, day 3: debut of the Argentine number one, Fran Cerúndolo, Báez and Pella

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Roland Garros opens the curtain and begins its third day. And, for now, Paris is a party for Argentines. Schwartzman’s epic comeback yesterday added to the victories of the first day. And today there is still action for our compatriots: the best player in the table in Argentina, Fran Cerúndolo, faces the Spaniard Munar. Also, Báez goes with Monfils and Pella with Hallys.

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It all starts early. Starting at six in the morning, Olivieri (227) from Braga will meet the Frenchman Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard (233) in the initial round, in an even match, at least in the standings. In case of victory he will play with the winner of the Italian Andrea Vavassori (140) and the Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic (36)

After 9 in the morning, Francis Cerundolo (28th and first classified in the Legión albiceleste) will play with the Spaniard Jaume Munar (77) and the Brazilian Thiago Monteiro (96) or the French Benjamín Bonzi (65) will overtake him.

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At the same time, the southpaw from Bahia Guido Pelle (421) will play Frenchman Quentin Halys (87); the winner will definitely have a goat match as he will face the winner of the Russian Daniel Medvedev (2) and the Brazilian Thiago Seyboth Wild (172) who falls out of the standings.

Sebastian Baez (44) will play against experienced Frenchman Gael Monfils (386), 36 years old. If he clears that tough hurdle, he’ll be waiting for what happens in the clash between the American Christopher Eubanks (75) or the “top ten” Danish Holger Rune (6), one of the best tennis players of the year.

More matches to watch. From the 9, Holger Rune faces the American Christopher Eubanks in center field. And, about an hour later, Taylor Fritz will be doing it with her compatriot Michael Mmoh.

Source: Clarin

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