the Spanish tennis player Alexander Davidovich play the main draw of Rome Masters 1,000without having to play in the previous round, after the French withdrawal Gael Monfils due to heel injury sustained in the last Montecarlo Masters 1,000.
The organization of the tournament confirmed on Friday that the tennis player from Malaga, number 29 in the world, will occupy the number 21 place in the ranking in the Italian capital. Davidovich headed to the tournament after reaching the final in another Masters 1,000, those in Monte Carlowhere he lost to Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, and fell in the round of 16 at the Madrid Open against Pole Hubert Hurkacz.
Davidovich reacted to this news with a short message on his official Twitter account: “Ciao Roma”, which included pizza and pasta emoticons.
In addition, the organization also reported the departure of the Scottish tennis player Andy Murray, number 74 in the world, due to “illness”, as happened in Madrid, where he did not play his match against Serbian Novak Djokovic. Australian tennis player Thanasi Kokkinakis (92) will take his place.
Source: La Verdad
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