Dani Mérida travels to Paris with the aim of contesting victory at Roland Garros Júnior. The 17-year-old Spaniard had an early impact on the Junior world circuit, where, last year, ranked 15th in the world and played a quarterfinal leaving many of the favorites behind and only yielding in a tough match with the eventual winner.

From that moment on, Dani, despite her young age, he focused on the professional circuit to gain experience, placing third in the world of the ATP under-18 ranking very soonwinning two professional tournaments and advancing week after week to reach 580 ATP ranking this week.

During these months, in addition to winning those two tournaments that only improve in precocity Rafa Nadal and Carlos Alcaraz of the Spanish tennis players, Dani has been summoned twice by the captain of the Spanish team Sergi Bruguera to be part of the team and training in Madrid and Marbella.

In addition, he was invited to the Mutua Madrid Open Master 1000, where he played a great match against the 47 in the world that filled him with desire and experience. Next week, the man from Madrid who lives in Alicante, at the Club Atlético de Montemar, will park his climb on the ATP circuit to enjoy the experience of a Grand Slam like Roland Garros.

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