Three Argentine tennis players will begin their respective performances at the Challenger in Salzburg, in Austria, in a tournament endowed with 145,000 euros in prizes that will be held on a clay surface.
Facundo Bagnis, from Santa Fe, 33 years old and located in position 126 of the ATP world ranking, will cross paths with local Maximilian Neuchrist (187th). The player born in the town of Armstrong is the seventh seed in the Austrian tournament.
In addition, the Azuleño Federico Delbonis (207th) will have a difficult confrontation with the Peruvian Juan Pablo Varillas (63rd and second favorite). The Lima-born tennis player dominates the record between the two 2-1, including a 7-5, 6-2 victory in the qualifying for the Argentina Open, in Buenos Aires, last February.
Meanwhile, Marco Trungelliti (236th) from Santiago will face Swiss Alexander Ritschard (161st), in another first round duel.
For Tuesday there will be the premieres of the Buenos Aires Juan Manuel Cerúndolo (111th and fifth seed) and the naturalized New Yorker Andrea Collarini (195th), who will face the local Sebastian Ofner (72nd).
On the other hand, in the second round of the classification, the one born in Buenos Aires, Alex Barrena (447th), will face the German Peter Gojowczyk (319th), for a place in the main draw.
The same will happen with the Buenos Aires Guido Andreozzi (255th), who will meet the Slovenian Blaz Rola (723rd), also for the second round of the qualy.