Pedro Sousa eliminated in the first round of the Santiago de Chile tournament


The Portuguese tennis player Pedro Sousa was removed today in the first round of the Santiago de Chile tournament, after losing against Argentine qualifier Renzo Olivo, in three ends, after two hours.

After having entered the Chilean clay well, after winning the first partial (6-4), marked by several breaks of service from side to side, Sousa, 108th in the world ‘ranking’, was not able to excel in the ‘set’ following the opponent, 297th, that it was enough to break the service once to equalize the encounter (6-3).

In the third and decisive ‘set’, Olivo would return to make only one ‘break’ at the beginning of the end, which packed him to win (6-4) and guarantee his presence in the ‘eighth’, a stage in which he will face Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas, pre-designated race room.

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