After reaching the final of the Italian tournament, Peque arrives in Paris as one of the players who can beat (almost) everyone.
With the Roland Garros draw carried out, the cards are drawn to Diego Schwartzman, by far the best Argentine tennis player today. Serbian Miomir Kecmanovic, 40th in the world and who won his first title in Kitzbuhel two weeks ago, will be his more than difficult debut opponent. If he overcomes it, on the horizon, as another even more difficult obstacle looms the Croatian Borna Coric in the third round … But beyond playing Schwartzman’s chances, the important thing is to know if, beyond the potential rivals, He has tennis to dream of reaching the second week of the French Grand Slam, a goal that, at this point, should be a minimum for him and his team.
Schwartzman comes with a winning mentality and confidence through the roof after beating Rafael Nadal and Denis Shapovalov and losing to Novak Djokovic after the supreme effort demanded by the match with the Canadian. But Roma finished intact in physique, after several hard games and a lot of stress. He is solid, he attacks, he returns like the best on the circuit and his defense and counterattack are fabulous.
With the drive handles the effects without being a player of a great ball rotation, passes very well on the sides and with the balloon (he does it in two times and even in the third ball) and has a drop spectacular that he uses as a variant of both sides.
To be attentive: at Roland Garros you should have a better percentage of first serves because the second is attacked and it is difficult for you to match the point.
In an even circuit, anything can happen and (almost) everyone can lose to everyone. Of course now Schwartzman will go to Paris from another side: he is one of those who can beat (almost) everyone. And that’s a big difference.