Between April 3 and 9, the new San Luis Open Challenger will be held in the city of San Luis Potosí, Mexico. This tournament is part of the ATP Challenger series in category 75 and will be played on the clay courts of Club Deportivo Potosino. Share a week with Barletta and Murcia.
It’s time to start the new San Luis Potosí Challenger tournament, which has more than three decades of history as part of this circuit. Throughout its history, it has been surpassed by the multiple champions of Agustín Caller, Fernando Vicente or Guido Pella. The last winner of the championship is Swiss Antoine Bellierfeatured again in the painting.
The top seed is Australian James Duckworthfollowed by the aforementioned Bellier and the Chilean Tomas Barrios Vera. Three Argentinian players appear among the pre-qualified for this competition Renzo Olivefinalist in San Luis Potosí in 2022, Juan Pablo Ficovich y Facundo Mena. Wild Card invitees are big names: former Top 10 To Lucas Pou, Aussie Bernard Tomic and great Mexican promise Rodrigo Pacheco Mendez. Another name to watch in the tournament is the Paraguayan Daniel Vallejoformer junior world number one and he made his first experiences at this level.
ATP Challenger 75 draw San Luis Potosi
(1) James Duckworth (AUS) vs Thiago Tirante (ARG)
Aziz Dougaz (TUN) vs Francisco Comesaña (ARG)
Joao Lucas Reis Da Silva (BRA) vs Adam Walton (AUS)
Jan Choinski (GBR) vs (5) Facundo Mena (ARG)
(4) Renzo Olivo (ARG) vs. Qualy
Jason Jung (TPE) vs Maximilian Neuchrist (AUT)
Romanian Burruchaga (ARG) vs Dominik Koepfer (GER)
Qualy vs (8) Nick Hardt (DOM)
(7) Juan Pablo Ficovich (ARG) vs Qualy
Nicolas Mejia (COL) vs Murkel Dellien (BOL)
Elmar Ejupovic (GER) vs (WC) Lucas Pouille (FRA)
Qualy vs. (3) Tomás Barrios Vera (CHI)
(6) Rio Noguchi (JPN) vs (WC) Rodrigo Pacheco Mendez (MEX)
Daniel Vallejo (PAR) vs Qualy
Qualy vs Terence Atmane (FRA)
(WC) Bernard Tomic (AUS) vs (2) Antoine Bellier (SUI)