Pella said goodbye in Rome

Guido Pella played from low to high and finished at a good level but could not with the best present of the Spanish Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and was eliminated in the second round of the Masters 1000 in Rome. The Bahian, beyond defeat, took a new step in search of reuniting with the best version of him.

Present in Rome with a protected ranking, Pella was overwhelmed in the first set and improved in the second to lose 6-0, 7-6 (7-4) in one hour and 39 minutes. The Argentine came back from a break point and three match points in the second set, but ultimately ended up falling in the tiebreaker.

With the elimination of Pella, there is only one Argentine left in the main draw, Francisco Cerúndolo, who this Sunday will seek his qualification for the round of 16 against the Frenchman Grégoire Barrère.

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