The Spaniard is in the quarterfinals after a great comeback. Nicolás Álvarez Varona has moved from less to more and decided to set his law against Peniston (5-7, 6-2, 6-1).
He ended the day on Wednesday at Challenger of Tenerife duel between Alvarez Varona y penis. The Spaniard had just beaten Caruso on his debut in two sets, while Peniston had defeated his compatriot Clark in three sets. This was the first meeting between the two, with one of them heading into a quarter-final against Spain’s Alejandro Moro Cañas.
Álvarez Varona makes a comeback
The first sleeve had many options. Álvarez Varona became more tense and thanks to the break he went 3-1. A brilliant reaction from Peniston, who began to force his tennis, saw him go 5-3 after four straight games. The Spaniard saved three set points against him in the next game and was able to make it 5-5 after the break. In the end, the British were better in the final moments 7-5 had the first sleeve that lasted over an hour.
From that moment on, Álvaro Varona began to push his physical condition and rocky tennis from the back of the court. The Burgos man came out focused and took advantage of his rival’s mistakes to make it 4-1. This time he didn’t let the advantage slip away and after another break 6-2 ended up forcing the final round.
A great start to the third set quickly took him to 5-0. Ryan Peniston was very tired and could only level the score at 1-5, as in the next game Álvarez Varona 6-1 confirmed his return and his pass to the quarterfinals of the Challenger in Tenerife. In front, another Spaniard like Moro Cañas ensures the presence of a Spanish player in the semi-finals of the tournament.