From April 10th to 16th, the new León Open will be held in this Mexican city. This competition is part of the ATP Challenger series in category 75 and will be played on the hard courts of Club Campestre de León. Split a week with Madrid, Split and Sarasota.
León welcomes back the Challenger circuit after a hiatus of several years in the tournament, which was played continuously from 2003 to 2019. Among some of the champions who have gone through this event, Rajeev Ram, Santiago González and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga stand out. . The last champion was Slovenia’s Blaz Rola, who has now been inactive due to injury since May 2022.
The top seed is Australian James Duckworthfollowed by Facundo Bagniswho is looking to add wins to this start of the clay tour, and the Swiss Antoine Bellier, due to the loss of many points due to his inability to defend the title in San Luis Potosí. There are three other Argentinian ass in the preliminary classification of the tournament Renzo Olive, Thiago Tirante y Juan Pablo Ficovichwho have competed in recent weeks in Mexico.
ATP Challenger 75 Leo frame
(1) James Duckworth (AUS) vs Skander Mansouri (DO)
Denis Yevseyev (KAZ) vs Qualy
(WC) Rodrigo Pacheco Méndez (MEX) vs Terence Atmane (FRA)
Vitaliy Sachko (UKR) vs (8) Juan Pablo Ficovich (ARG)
(4) Renzo Olivo (ARG) vs. Facundo Mena (ARG)
Aziz Dougaz (TUN) vs Román Burruchaga (ARG)
Oliver Crawford (USA) vs Joao Lucas Reis Da Silva (BRA)
Nicolás Mejía (COL) vs (5) Antoine Escoffier (FRA)
(6) Thiago Tirante (ARG) vs. Alexis Galarneau (CAN)
Qualy vs Qualy
Qualy vs. Daniel Vallejo (PAIR)
Francisco Comesaña (ARG) vs (3) Antoine Bellier (SUI)
(7) Maximilian Neuchrist (AUT) vs Qualy
Alan Fernando Rubio (MEX) vs Yunchaokete Bu (CHN)
Evan Zhu (USA) vs. Elmar Ejupovic (Germany)
Qualy vs (2/WC) Facundo Bagnis (ARG)