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Falla Gonzalez and near the main draw of Miami
Monday Colombian players, Alejandro Gonzalez and Alejandro Falla, qualified for the final of the qualifying round of the ATP Masters 1000 Miami, played at the Tennis Center at Crandon Park, and were very close to advance to the main draw of the second contest category 1000 calendar 2015 ATP World Tour.
Gonzalez beat Australian Luke Saville, with partial 6- 4, 6 and 7- 1- 5. The match lasted a little over two hours. Some statistics that threw the party, and demonstrating the parity, are detected in the area of the first serve percentage, 60% to 61% respectively. The effectiveness with the first service, 64% to 69; and the second, 54% to 50%. As regards the break points, the South American completed on 50% (4 of 8), the ocean, 57% (4 of 7). Meanwhile, “Gonzo”, coached by Pablo Gonzalez, executed an ace (4 double faults); Saville, 3 (3 double faults).
Gonzalez next opponent will be another Australian, James Duckworth, 23 and located at No. 97 in the world; crossing premiering at the professional level and will run in the third inning on Court 3.
While Alejandro Falla took over the American Michael mmoh [WC] 6- 2 6- 1, in almost an hour. The vallecaucano CONCRETE 3 aces (a double fault), his rival 2 aces (five double faults). In item which recorded the percentage of the first serve, 63% to 60% respectively. The effectiveness with that punch, Falla completed a very good figure that surely allowed analyzing the cold statistics, build their success: 82% to 56%; and the second, 69% to 33%. Finally, the South American took 5 of the 9 break point that generated (66%); the US did not generate opportunities in this regard.
Tuesday at 10 am local time on Court 2, Falla, who holds the box No. 133 in the world ATP and whose coach is Miguel Tobon. It will face Frenchman Benoit Paire, No. 85 of the career ladder. It will be the third match between the two players. Europe leads the facing 2- 0, both victories in 2014 on clay at Roland Garros (6- 3 6- 7- 4 and 6) and the 1000 Montreal Masters asphalt (6- 7, 6 – 6- 4 and 2)
To see the picture of the qualifier, click here: http://www.miamiopen.com/en/scores-and-results/draws
Giraldo, ready in the main draw
Colombia’s third top, Risaralda Santiago Giraldo, is thanks to its ranking (this week, No. 31) in the main draw of the Masters 1000 Miami installed. As the No. 27 seed box singles tournament by Bye she advanced to the second round. There, his rival will leave the key Kyle Edmund [WC] (GRB) and a player from the qualifier.
To see individual box, follow this link: http://www.atpworldtour.com/share/event-draws.aspx?year=2015&eventid=403&draw=ms
The ATP Masters 1000 Miami, Florida, plus delivery sporting prestige and experience, valid 1000 points in the roster for the champion and 600 for the runner-up, 5’381,235 dollars in prizes.