Won today my match against Antonio Veic 0-6, 7-6 and 6-4 after two hours and a half of fighting in the ATP Challenger Taroii Open de Tênis in Itajaí. A very tough game with difficult weather conditions and with a really hard opponent. That makes me even happier. Now its time to rest and recover some energy for tomorrow's match in Quarter finals against Agustin Velotti or Axel Michon. Thank you all for the continous support, I'll try to continue bringing you good news.
Jerzy Janowicz/Bernard the aTomic /Thanasi Kokkinakis/Kei Nishikori
John Millman / Javier Martí/Taro Daniel-Jules Marie-Josh Milton
Henkka Kontinen-Nick Kyrgios-Henri Laaksonen- Attila Balazs- Pierre Hugues Herbert-Alex Bolt-Marcus Willis-Kristijan Mesaros-Berankis-Chris Rungkat-Piotr Gadomski-Kike Lopez-Perez
Rogerio Dutra Silva BRA  d Ricardo Hocevar BRA 3-6 6-2 6-2
Guido Andreozzi ARG  d Aldin Setkic BIH 4-6 6-3 6-1
Gastão Elias POR  d James Duckworth AUS 6-7 6-1 6-1
Marc Giner ESP d Thiago Alves BRA  7-6 7-5
Axel Michon FRA d Agustin Velotti ARG  1-6 6-1 6-4
Steven Diez CAN d Antonio Veic CRO  0-6 7-6 6-4
Jozek Kovalik SVK [Q] d Rui Machado POR 6-4 6-3
Nikola Mektic CRO d Andre Ghem BRA [Q] 6-4 6-0
I'm wondering if he will be back to a decent level...
I think he will. This is not an excuse as the court was the same for both, but the court was tottally unplayable. The match stopped for several times. It's unacceptable to find this in a pro tour, let alone a Challenger. Of course with the court being this humid, the level of unpredictability is much bigger, which helps the player with few chances of winning (aka the worst player).
Can't believe Velotti lost to Axel "The stream's not working again! Oh wait, the guy just stands there motionless forever before he serves" Michon.
Horacio Zeballos - Maximo Gonzalez - Paula Ormaechea - Maria Kirilenko - Eduardo Schwank
Tennis Tipping Singles: Career High: 116 (27/01/2014)
Champion: 2013- Villajoyosa, San Juan Futures Doubles: Career High: 84 (27/01/2014)
Champion(with gak3): 2013- San Juan Challenger, Buenos Aires Challenger