Diego Schwartzman and Pedro Cachín were eliminated from the Indian Wells Masters 1000

Argentine tennis players Diego Schwartzman and Pedro Cachín were eliminated from the Indian Wells Masters 1000 by losing in the second round to Norway’s Casper Ruud and Germany’s Alexander Zverev, respectively. Schwartzman, ranked 38th in the ATP world rankings, was coming off Indian Wells on Wednesday with a 64th-ranked 64th-6-2 win over compatriot Federico Coria. However, today he could not with Ruud (4th), third favorite to the title, and fell by a resounding 6-2 and 6-3.
It should be noted that it was not a good start to the season for the “Peque”, since so far this year he accumulates six defeats and two victories in five tournaments played in the professional circuit. In turn, with this fall, it could leave the top 40 after six years.
Meanwhile, Cachín (66th), who had just achieved the first triumph of his career in a Masters 1000 by beating Georgian Nikoloz Basilashvili (118th), faced Zverev (14th), former world number 2, who returned to the circuit this year after recovering from a hard injury suffered at Roland Garros. The match between the Argentine and the German was interrupted several times by weather issues, something that in the end benefited the winner of the ATP Finals 2018, who won 6-3 and 6-1 over the native of the province of Córdoba. On the other hand, this Saturday will play the three national tennis players who are still in the main draw of singles. Francisco Cerúndolo (32nd) and Sebastián Báez (35th), who directly reached the second round thanks to their ranking positions, will face American Jack Sock (154th) and Australian Rinky Hijikata (130th), respectively, while Guido Pella (739th), who beat Brazilian Thiago Monteiro (78th) 3-6, 7-5, 6-2 in the first round, He will play against Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor (36th).

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