This Saturday’s semifinals were played in Buenos Aires ATP 250 and even though there were three players from the Navy in contention there will be no Spanish final. The stop has been charged with the Swiss Stanislas Wawrinka has defeated Nico Almagro and will face in the finals to David Ferrer will have the opportunity to defend the title won last year.
To get the ticket to the final David Ferrer had to beat Tommy Robredo that yielded 6-3 6-2 despite their good start to the game. He who cannot repeat the title of the last couple of seasons is Nico Almagro losing to Stanislas Wawrinka 6-3 7-5.
David Ferrer had provided a clear favorite in his match against Tommy Robredo returning some ATP tournament semifinals after two years of absence due to injury. The Catalan player started the game very well, broke Ferrer’s serve and it was set with a 3-1 lead. However, it was only a mirage that Ferrer won five consecutive games which scored the first set.
In the second set, Ferrer had no problems because the pace it had imposed was unstoppable for Robredo at least will leave with good flavor of the week and a valuable ATP points to further move up the ranks. Sunday’s final will be the second season of Ferrer and third straight in this tournament.
There will not be with Nico Almagro faces as last year because the Murcia could not complete the full Spanish after a p artido hot to Wawrinka. Both players played a match of few rallies and much searching of winning points in the first set that had little chance of breakage. In the eighth game of the match Almagro served with break point against, was devolved after arguing with the referee repeating a point and double-faulted ultimately cost him the set.
In the second set, the Spanish took advantage but was defeated and lost a set in which there was controversy and exchanged some comments on track with Wawrinka. Everyone knows that the Spanish, especially in the past, suffered problems irascibility and devolution on track. Unfortunately, from time to time and it happened again in Buenos Aires where the audience leaned against and finally letting go of the game.