Originally Posted by GeorgeWHitler
Gaston won 7-6 (6) 7-6 (3)
He had breaks and lost them and of course went the long way around, but in the 1st set he was down a break and got through.
As I said, it's all match practice and now he plays the tricky and geeky German Mayer who beat him in Estoril once.
He has a day off and good luck for Wednesday.
I was scared about this match (when am I not scared?
) because I know how long Gastón takes to get into the swing of a tournament. So, now that I know the result, I think two tiebreakers is very good practice!
Vamos Gastón against Mayer!