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New champion in Los Cabos: Stefanos Tsitsipas

  • The Greek will move up one place in the rankings after winning the 250 title in Los Cabos.
  • In his second final in Mexico, he adds his tenth title and first of the 2023 season.

Los Cabos, August 5, 2023.- It was a dream final at the MIfel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo between top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and Australian Alex de Miñaur, the last champion in Acapulco. In one hour and 27 minutes, the Greek triumphed in his second final on Mexican soil and won 6-3, 6-4 to win his tenth title.

It was the tenth meeting between the two and for the first time in his career Tsitsipas has a 10-0 record against the same opponent. De Miñaur ended his streak of 9 consecutive wins in Mexico. Now Stefanos, who will turn 25 on August 12, will climb to No. 4 in the ATP rankings after his first title of 2023 after starting the season as the star of the Australian Open. The Greek had not been crowned champion since Majorca 2022, ending a 10-month drought.

“The trophy will have a special place in my house. I’ll take the positives from the week, I think I had good matches and it’s the start. We experienced some good tennis, good competition. I’m happy to leave with the trophy and the title” he said in conference after his final.

Six-time Grand Slam semifinalist and with such success with the Mexican public, Tsitsipas confirmed his presence for the February 2024 back to back, so his presence, subject to injuries, is guaranteed in Los Cabos and Acapulco.

Alex de Miñaur was close to his eighth title and a double in Mexico, but lost his serve twice in each set to fall to the Greek, who closed his participation in the Cabo Tennis Open with 28 aces.

Tsitsipas was dominant in his four matches played in Los Cabos and in the end lifted the title. He assures that he will always prioritize coming to Mexico over Washington because of the deal. At the end he concluded joking that what he longs for the most is a lemon ice cream that he tasted in Acapulco and that he will seek this year to surpass the ranking of his girlfriend Paula Badosa who became second in the world.

Mexican Santiago Gonzalez lifts doubles title at Los Cabos

  • Gonzalez and Frenchman Edouard Roger-Vasselin won their third title of the year.
  • The Mexican achieves his first win in Mexico

Los Cabos, August 5, 2023.- Mexican Santiago Gonzalez and Frenchman Edouard Roger-Vasselin, top seeds, defeated German Dominik Koepfer and Australian Andrew Harris to lift the doubles title at the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo held this week in Los Cabos.

The Mexican and the Frenchman won 6-4, 7-5 in one hour and 23 minutes to win their third title of the year after the Miami and Marseille Masters 1000 titles.

After the triumph at the Los Cabos ATP 250, Gonzalez joined compatriots Miguel Angel Reyes Varela, who won in 2018 alongside Salvadoran Marcelo Arevalo, and Hans Hach Verdugo, who along with American John Isner were champions in 2021.

The first set was defined in favor of the winners as they broke their opponents in the third game and then defended their serve for 3-1. Then both pairs held their serve until reaching 6-4.

In the second set the break for Gonzalez and Vasselin also came in the third game and they reached a 5-4 lead, but the German and the Australian broke for 5-5. Gonzalez and Vasselin recovered the break and defended their serve for 7-5.

“(Winning the title in Mexico) was something I had nailed on and well to get it today was a dream come true along with the help of Edouard. We did a good job at the end of the day and we are very happy. I’m very happy to finally win at home, trophy number 21 and to continue having a great year,” said Gonzalez after the match.

Gonzalez claimed his first title in Mexico in his second final, his first coming at the Acapulco Open 500 in 2015 alongside Poland’s Mariusz Fyrstenberg.

Tsitsipas and De Miñaur reach Los Cabos final

  • The Acapulco champion and the favorite at the Cabo Tennis Open will meet in the final of the seventh edition of the tournament.

Los Cabos, August 4, 2023.- Australian Alex de Miñaur, fifth seeded, extended this Friday his victories on Mexican soil to nine and with today’s victory he reached his 13th final on the ATP Tour. De Miñaur, current world number 19, opened the fifth day’s activity at the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo and in two hours and 25 minutes overcame seventh-seeded German Dominik Koepfer, who suffered discomfort in his left arm during the match.

The Australian, champion at the beginning of March at the Acapulco Open 500, now has the chance to seek a Mexican double by reaching the final at Los Cabos.

During the match Koepfer felt uncomfortable from the first games of the match until he fell 6-2 in the first set in only 32 minutes and even got to tears due to the pain in his arm and for the second set he called the doctor, took a pill for the pain and put a stability sleeve on his arm.

The improvement was great as he managed to get 4-1 in the second set and finally demanded a tie break from the last champion of Acapulco, which he won. That second set lasted one hour and 21 minutes and Koepfer seemed to come back and give the surprise, however for the third set, the Australian beat him 6-1.

“I’ve played well in Mexico this year, so I think next year I’ll have to look at exactly what the weeks are, but it makes sense for me to come back here. I work hard to feel good on the court, it’s something that will never fail me,” said De Miñaur after his match.

Later, Greek top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and Croatian Borna Coric, tied at 3-3 in direct duels, defined the second finalist, a ticket that the Greek won in a remarkable way. The world No. 5 managed to make the score 4-3 against the fourth-seeded Croatian, and settled in his 27th ATP final, third of 2023, in which he will seek his tenth career title and the first of 2023.

Coric was down 3-6 in the first set and by the second his level dropped considerably. Tsitsipas had no setback to close out the second set 6-2 and settle the match in one hour and 11 minutes.

In the final, Tsitsioas has a 9-0 record against De Miñaur and is the favorite to lift the title this Saturday in the final of the ATP 250 of Los Cabos.

Tsitsipas moves into semis at Los Cabos

  • During the early hours of the fourth day of activities in Los Cabos, the second semifinal of the singles draw was defined.

Los Cabos, August 4, 2023.- Greek Stefanos Tsitipas, top seed at the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo, knew it was going to be a tough match against Nicolas Jarry (No. 28). The Chilean is coming off solid weeks on the circuit, where he even took Carlos Alcaraz to four sets at Wimbledon and during the seventh edition of the ATP 250 tournament in Los Cabos, he did not disappoint by putting on a great show against the favorite in the stellar match at the Estadio Mextenis.

However, the world No. 5 managed to overcome a battle that lasted 3 hours, with two tie breaks in the first two sets, to finally define the score in his favor 6-7(7), (7)7-6, 6-2 and thus continue with perfect pace his debut in the Mexican tournament.

This was the first meeting on hard court between the two, since the two previous times that the Chilean had beaten Tsitsipas was on grass, while Stefanos had a previous victory against him on clay. Now the favorite in the ATP 250, continues in search of his tenth title in the circuit and first in 2023 after regaining his focus on the clay.

“I feel good and let’s go for the next one. Sometimes it seems that this kind of matches are necessary for continuity in a tournament. You get to play tennis at a lot of intensity at a high level. I hope I can move stronger from now on and take as much as I can” assured an exhausted Stefanos Tsitsipas after his match.

While Jarry, who even vomited during the match due to the physical demand in which the game unfolded, confessed that “There is progress, I try to stay with that. That’s how matches against the best are, they are small details that we have to make strong and it’s the only way to do it. These types of players don’t give you one,” he concluded after 1 a.m. in Los Cabos.

At the end of the match, it was the turn of the Croatian Borna Coric against Ilya Ivashka, where the fourth seed managed to beat the Belarusian 6-3, 6-4 to seal his pass to the semifinals in Los Cabos, where he will face Stefanos Tsitsipas this Friday.

Mexico’s Santiago Gonzalez moves into semifinals

  • The Mexican doubles player is one win away from reaching the finals in Los Cabos.

Los Cabos, August 3, 2023. – Mexican Santiago Gonzalez and Frenchman Roger-Vasselin advanced to the semifinals of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo and are now one win away from reaching the final of the doubles tournament.

The Mexican-French duo defeated British Julian Cash and American Robert Galloway 6-4, 6-4. Now both favorites will face Colombian Nicolás Barrientos and Swede Andre Goransson in the semifinals.

“We are happy to be in the semifinals and we are two matches away from the title. Now it’s time to rest and be ready for Friday’s semifinal”, said Gonzalez after the match.

About the good performance alongside his French partner, the local said that they have worked hard “and in the end we got together for a reason, the two times we played last year went very well and we automatically generated good chemistry”.

The Mexican explained that in order to go for the title, they must improve in each match. “Our goals are clear: try to win tournaments, reach the final stages in the most important tournaments,” he said.

In other matches, Colombia’s Nicolas Barrientos and Sweden’s Andre Goransson defeated Americans Nathaniel Lammons and Jackson Withrow 7-6, 4-6, 10-6, while Germany’s Dominik Koepfer and Australia’s Andrew Harris defeated Venezuela’s Luis Martinez and India’s Saketh Miyeni 3-6, 6-3, 10-5.

The new generation of Mexican tennis players raise their hand in Los Cabos

  • Rodrigo Pacheco, Luis Carlos Alvarez and Luca Lemaitre stand out at the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo 2023.

Los Cabos, August 2, 2023.- The new generation of Mexican tennis players is already a reality and has raised its hand at the ATP 250 in Los Cabos. Juniors Rodrigo Pacheco, Luis Carlos Alvarez and Luca Lemaitre stood out these days at the start of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo 2023.

In their first steps in international professional tournaments, the three have been gaining experience that will help them in their development in professional tennis.

With the support and encouragement of Mextenis, the three 18-year-old players, who emerged under the Tenis Con Pasión (TCP) player development program, based in Yucatan, have been showing signs of their potential and although they are in their first steps in professional tennis, they are called to be the next Mexican players to follow.

Through wildcards, Pacheco in the main draw and Alvarez and Lemaitre in the qualy, the three young players showed remarkable progress in their participation in the tournament.

The three of us have been training together for two years, which has helped a lot, with Luca and Rodrigo, we are great friends, brothers and great partners,” said Alvarez, who won his first qualy match on Saturday by defeating Brazil’s Eduardo Ribeiro 6-4, 6-4 and although he lost the second match 7-5, 5-7, 6-4, he had a good participation.

Alvarez said that the three of them push each other and motivate each other to keep growing and that has helped them to improve at an individual level.

“We are always at the limit, when we train we all want to win all the time, but it is a healthy competition and that has helped us all to improve our level little by little”, he said after his second match of the qualy where he faced Chilean Gonzalo Lama.

Meanwhile, Lemaitre lost in the first round of qualifying after losing 7-6, 6-4 in a disputed match against Kazakhstan’s Beibit Zhukayev (270 ATP), and Pacheco faced a more experienced opponent, Chile’s Nicolas Jarry (29 ATP), and although both lost, they gained valuable experience in Los Cabos.

Just 5 years ago, Alvarez was playing in the finals of the Cabo Cup children’s tournament, and today at almost 19 years old, which he will be on September 3, he reached the qualy of the ATP 250 in Los Cabos through a wild card.

In the first semester of the year, Alvarez has been developing his tennis with the Sooners of the University of Oklahoma.

While Pacheco faced in the first round of the main draw against Chilean Nicolas Jarry, to whom he lost 6-3, 6-1 leaving his progress evident and taking the best learning from the defeat.

“I am learning, doing things well, sometimes I feel I can give more. I feel that if I do things right, I gain weight, I get physically stronger, logically everything will improve, the speed of my legs, the strength in my serve and my strokes so I hope that soon those things will be reflected and if not, this is a very long race, I do not want to hurry, I want to improve every day to be better so when the time comes to be 100% I will be ready and take advantage of it”, said Pacheco after his match.

Norrie bids farewell to Los Cabos, Tsitsipas debuts with victory

  • Tommy Paul (No.14) and Stefanos Tsitsipas (No.5) advance to the quarterfinals after their first meeting in Los Cabos.
  • 2021 champion Cameron Norrie makes a surprise exit in his first match at the seventh edition of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo

Los Cabos, August 2, 2023.- The top seeds went into action in the seventh edition of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo on center court, and with the exception of the elimination of second-seeded Briton Cameron Norrie, the rest of the favorites managed to win, although not without setbacks.

American Tommy Paul (No. 14) opened the third day of activities against Brazilian Felipe Meligeni Alves and although he managed to defeat him 7-5, 7-6(7) in 2 hours and 15 minutes, the Latin took him to a hard-fought tie break in the second set, winning the support of the public present at the Cabo Sports Complex (CSC) for the quality of his points.

In the final, the Acapulco Open 500 finalist managed to handle the pressure of his debut and will now face Australian Alex de Miñaur in a rematch of the Mexican Open final.

In the second match at the Mextenis Stadium, Cameron Norrie (No. 13), second seed of the Los Cabos ATP 250, was surprised by the level of the No. 129, American Alexander Kovacevic.

It is the biggest victory of his career and he advances for the second time to the quarterfinals of an ATP tournament (Seoul 2022). The 24-year-old managed to take Norrie to a tie break in the second set, in a duel that was similar to the previous one, however after tying the 2021 champion, 5-7, 7-6(7) and even though he had to call the physio for a leg massage, he managed to take the third set 6-4 and brought the fans to their feet with his performance.

Kovacevic will now face Germany’s Dominik Koepfer in an unusual quarterfinal, in the same bracket as Tommy Paul and Alex de Miñaur.

Finally, in the stellar match of the third day, top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas (No.5) defeated American John Isner 6-2, 6-4 in one hour and 17 minutes. The Greek was solid in his returns and the veteran could not find a way to break the favorite in his debut in Los Cabos. Tsitsipas will face Chile’s Nicolas Jarry in the quarterfinals.

“The first matches seem to be the most important when you enter a tournament. Today was a good match, Isner was protective of his game. I came in with confidence and anticipation of what his next move would be. I dictated the game very mature and very calm,” Stefanos said after the match.

De Miñaur and Jarry advance to quarterfinals

  • The Australian and the Chilean easily beat Argentinean Tirante and Dutchman Brouwer.
  • Coric and Koepfer, fourth and seventh seeds, also sealed their pass to the quarterfinals.

Los Cabos, August 2, 2023.- Australian Alex de Miñaur and Chilean Nicolás Jarry, fifth and sixth seeds, beat their respective rivals, Argentinean Thiago Agustín Tirante and Dutchman Gijs Brouwer on Wednesday to advance to the quarterfinals of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo.

The victory of the Australian, champion of the Acapulco ATP 500, was relatively accessible and he closed it out in 65 minutes.

“It’s a matter of finding my game every day, today was a little better and I’m happy to be in the next round where I’m going to have to raise my level to face Tommy Paul,” De Miñaur said at a press conference.
De Miñaur and Paul starred in the final in Acapulco and now they will face each other again in the quarterfinals of Los Cabos.

“It’s going to be a very tough match, as it was in Acapulco”, said the Australian, who is looking for the double in Mexico.

On his part, the sixth seed, the Chilean Jarry advanced to the round of the best eight by achieving a hard-fought 7-6, 4-6, 6-4 victory over the Dutchman Brouwer in two hours and 40 minutes of match.

“There are matches that you have to win no matter what and today was one of those, it is very important because at this level everyone is strong,” said Jarry after the match. The Chilean will play in the next round against the winner of the duel between the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas and the American John Isner.

Earlier, fourth-seeded Croatian Borna Coric beat Jason Jung of Chinese Taipei 6-1, 6-2 in 65 minutes of play. Another Croatian, Borna Gojo lost 5-7, 6-2, 6-4 to eighth-seeded Ilya Ivashka, while seventh-seeded German Dominik Koepfer defeated Australian James Duckworth in 70 minutes.

In the quarterfinals, Coric will face Ivashka and German Koepfer will face American Aleksandar Kovacevic.

Mexican Santiago Gonzalez advances in doubles

  • Gonzalez and Frenchman Vasselin are the top seeds in doubles

Los Cabos, August 1, 2023.- Mexican Santiago Gonzalez along with Frenchman Eduard Roger Vasselin defeated in two sets the pair formed by Yuki Bhambri, from India, and Ben McLachlan, from Japan, to advance to the quarterfinals of the doubles tournament of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo.

The Mexican and the Frenchman defeated their rivals 6-3, 6-3 in 73 minutes of play.

Gonzalez’s victory brightened up a day that reported singles defeats for Mexicans Rodrigo Pacheco and Ernesto Escobedo, who lost to Chile’s Nicolas Jarry and Jason Jung, from Chinese Taipei, respectively.

In the next round, Gonzalez and Vasselin will face the winner of the match between Mexicans Miguel Reyes Varela and Hans Hach Verdugo, who will play against British Julian Cash and American Robert Galloway.

DE MIÑAUR OPENS WITH VICTORY

  • The Acapulco champion (No. 19), fifth seed of the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo, fulfilled the predictions of his first match.

Los Cabos, August 1, 2023.- Everything indicates that the environment of Los Cabos also favors the champion of the last edition of the Acapulco Open. Australian Alex de Miñaur (No.19), seems to have found comfort in his game after defeating by double 6-4 in 1 hour 45 minutes to the qualified Skander Mansouri in what was the first match between the two.

“It wasn’t the perfect match, it wasn’t my perfect tennis but happy to get the match out of the way and give myself a chance to be able to play better tomorrow. If I can lift a title here it would be amazing but I don’t think it’s going to define my year either” he shared in perfect Spanish after the match.

It was the 180th victory on the ATP tour for de Miñaur, who also maintains his undefeated first round record this season. With a solid return, the 296th-ranked Tunisian could only break his serve twice and leaves the Mifel Tennis Open by Telcel Oppo without his first ATP main draw victory (0-4).

To close the activity at the Cabo Sports Complex (CSC) stadium, Borna Gojo manage to surprise Chilean Cristian Garin (No. 101). The Latin American found a complicated challenge against the Croatian, as their duel extended to three sets. In the first set, despite the aces that began to rain on his serve, he was surprised when he was unable to break his serve, but by the second he managed to acclimatize to the duel to put the result 5-7, 6-4 partially. Finally in the third set he lost 3-6.

In Grandstand action, after the defeat of Mexican representative Ernesto Escobedo, Ilya Ivashka managed to advance to the second round after a hard-fought match against 22-year-old Kazakh qualifier Beibit Zhukayev by 6-3, 3-6, 7-6(5).

In other results, German Dominik Koepfer knocked out Chilean Tomas Barrios Vera 6-4, 6-3, while Otto Virtanen lost to Australian James Duckworth 6-3, 6-1.

DOUBLES RESULTS:

Santiago Gonzalez/Edouard Roger-Vasselin 6-3, 6-3 Yuki Bhambri/Ben McLachlan.

Diego Hidalgo/Cristian Rodriguez 6-7(4), 6-4, 10-0 N.Sriram Balaji/Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan

William Blumberg/Rinky Hijikata 6-3, 7-6 Evan King/Reese Stalder

Nicolas Barrientos/Andre Goransson 4-6, 7-6(9), 10-7 Patrik Niklas-Salminen/Bart Stevens

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