Between March 27 and April 2, the new Mexico City Open tournament will be held in Mexico City, the country’s capital. This competition is part of the ATP Challenger series, category 125, and is played on the clay courts of the Chapultepec Sports Center. Share a week with Lille, Girona and San Remo.
It’s time for another event in the Mexican capital, kicking off a multi-week series of Challenger circuit tournaments in the country. The current defending champion is Swiss Marc Andrea Huesler, which also now arrives at the top. After Helvetia, the Argentinian also stands out among the favorites Facundo Bagnis and Colombian Daniel Galan. There are other Latino players in the pre-classified group, such as the Chilean Alejandro Tabilo or Argentina nationalized Italy Luciano Darderi.
Colombian Nicolas Mejia and place Rodrigo Pacheco Mendez They say they are in the draw through Wild Cards, while the remaining invitation was left in the hands of the Australian Bernard Tomicwho want to boost their confidence when facing this level of competition again.
ATP Challenger 125 Mexico City Draw
(1) Marc-Andrea Huesler (SUI) vs. Facundo Mena (ARG)
Qualy vs Qualy
Rio Noguchi (JPN) vs Qualy
Tomás Barrios Vera (CHI) vs (5) Yannick Hanfmann (GER)
(3) Facundo Bagnis (ARG) vs. Nicolás Moreno de Alborán (USA)
Qualy vs Antoine Bellier (SUI)
Mitchell Krueger (USA) vs Qualy
Juan Pablo Ficovich (ARG) vs (7) Felipe Meligeni Alves (BRA)
(8) Luciano Darderi (ITA) vs. Renzo Olivo (ARG)
(WC) Bernard Tomic (AUS) vs Thiago Tirante (ARG)
Genaro Olivieri (ARG) vs. Nicholas Mejia (COL)
(WC) Rodrigo Pacheco Méndez (MEX) vs (4) James Duckworth (AUS)
(6) Alejandro Tabilo (CHI) vs. Seong-chan Hong (KOR)
Enzo Couacaud (FRA) vs Nick Hardt (DOM)
Jan Choinski (GBR) vs Alexis Galarneau (CAN)
Qualy vs (2) Daniel Galán (COL)