Alejandro Tabilo is crowned champion in Brasilia and returns to the Top 100 of the ATP rankings

The Chilean beat the Argentinian Román Andrés Burruchaga in the definition and won his fourth title of the season. Likewise, the victory allows him to rejoin the restricted group of the hundred best tennis players on the planet.

A great victory was obtained this Sunday by Alejandro Tabilo (106th) after beating the Argentinian Román Andrés Burruchaga (211th) 6-3 and 7-6(6) in the final of the Challenger 100 in Brasilia.

The match started favorably for the Chilean, who managed to capture his greatest achievements on the pitch against the 21-year-old transandan. So, one who was born in Canada took an early 3-0 lead in the first set thanks to a break in the second game .

From then on, the two tennis players held their Games of service until the partial closes, that the national team sealed in its favor with a 6-3 in 33 minutes .

In the second set, Tabilo had to struggle more than in the initial set since Burruchaga seemed more solid. The proof is that the fight has moved towards decisive game an example in which the Chilean won 8-6 after an hour and 11 minutes .

With this result, The Venezuelan won his second title in less than a month, after winning the Challenger 75 in Guayaquil (Ecuador) at the beginning of November. .

Likewise, Tabilo won the fifth trophy of his career in this category – the fourth of the season – after those won in Guayaquil (2021 and 2023), Francavilla (Italy) and Karlsruhe (Germany) .

Furthermore, this Sunday’s victory will allow you to climb up to position 86 of the ranking ATP, thus becoming the third national racket after Nicolás Jarry (19th) and Christian Garin 83rd) .

It is worth mentioning that the recent doubles silver medalist at the Santiago 2023 Pan American Games, will return to the Top 100 of the world rankings after almost 10 months (he was 97th on January 30 of this year) .

Tabilo’s next challenge will be in Chile, precisely in the Temuco Challenger 75 a competition which begins this Monday, November 27 and will last until Sunday, December 3.

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Source: Latercera

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