Saturday, October 29, 2011

Ferrer-Verdasco, mourning star of the first day of l'Open Valencia

Ferrer, top seed and defending tournament title, will have a difficult hurdle in the first round against the Spaniard Verdasco, in a match tournament director, Antonio Martínez Cascales, defined as "worthy of a final" and pointed there pairings "incredibly attractive."

But it has not been the only star pairing for the first round of the tournament, the draw has been defined as duels against Nikolay Davydenko of Gilles Simon, Nicolas Almagro against Juan Monaco or the battle between two of the younger players and promising circuit as Marin Cilic and Milos Raonic.

Other parties will be interesting to star Frenchman Gael Monfils (3) to Albert Montanes or the Argentine Juan Martin del Potro (6) to Dmtry Tursunov.

The current tournament runner-up, Marcel Granollers, will have a difficult start to the Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov (7), while Juan Carlos Ferrero will debut at one of four players from the previous phase to reach the final table and Feliciano Lopez (8) is measured at Alex Bogomolov Jr. American

The young tennis player from Madrid Javier Marti, one of the guests for the organization, has not had much luck in the draw and will play against the second seeded Frenchman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

Of the remaining representatives of the 'Spanish Armada', failing which they may make his move from pre Guillem López García will face a player from the qualifying round, Daniel Gimeno-Traver will face Italian Fabio Fognini; and Pablo Andujar to the veteran Argentine playmaker Juan Ignacio Chela.


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