Bolivian tennis player Hugo Dellien beat Argentina’s Pedro Cachin 6-3, 6-3 6-3, 6-4 in 1h25m in the first round of the ATP 250 series in Córdoba. World number 138 will face Guido Pella in the round of 16.
Hugo Dellien he had a great season that saw him crack the Top 70, but a serious wrist injury sidelined him for six months. In 2022, his best result was the championship Santiago Challenger. In addition, he placed Concepcion Challenger 2 and the semi-finals in Conception 1 and Santa Cruz. In 2023, he aims to restore his best version and rhythm on the field. The year started in Australian Open, despite being eliminated in the first round. Then he traveled Understanding and reached the semi-finals. In Córdoba exceeded Thiago Seyboth Wild and Nicolás Kicker to advance to the frame.
Pedro Cachín He won 2022, which was the best year of his life, when he managed to win Titles at Challenger level and advance in Grand Slam tournaments. This is why Cordovan ranked in the top 100 in the world. Last season he became the champion Challengers from Madrid, Prague 2, Todi and Santo Domingo. In addition, he ended up finishing Marbella, Lyon and Verona. At the ATP level, he made it to the second round of qualifying Roland Garros and to the third wheel US Open. His 2023 began with losses in the first round Adelaide, Auckland and the Australian Openand drop to the first point Davis cup between Argentina and Finland.
Dellien continues to play great tennis
Hugo Dellien and Pedro Cachín They met in the first round Cordoba ATP 250.
The beginning of the match favored the Bolivian, who got an early break and quickly finished 3-0. Later, the Argentinian managed to add and he tried, but he was clearly not physically fit to travel from Finland to compete. However, Dellien did his thing, kept the pace and moved forward 6-3 in 41 minutes.
In the second round, Pedro’s reaction was awaited, but a quick blow to Hugo’s illusion took him out of the game. The Bolivian attacked aggressively and led his victory. Despite Cachín trailing 30-30 in the sixth game, Dellien kept his focus and wits to advance 6-3, 6-4 and 1h25m.