Schwartzman and Bagnis started out winning at the US Open

Diego Schwartzman, eleventh seed in New York, prevailed after two hours and 21 minutes on Court 5 and advanced for the fifth time in his career to the second round of the US Open (view live results).

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Diego Schwartzman and Facundo Bagnis passed the round at the US Open.

The first set was very even despite the good start of Peque, who walked on the ledge in some moments, but knew how to recover in his first match against the Lithuanian and agreed to the next round against the winner of the crossing between Czech Jiri Vesely (89) and South African punch Kevin Anderson (75).

Previously, Facundo Bagnis, 80 in the world ranking, it took 2 hours and 2 minutes to consume the victory against Daniel (109) by a triple 6-3, with a convincing performance on court 12 and became the first Argentine to pass the round.

Bagnis’s level was too much for Daniel. The Santa Fe was very focused and fast at each point so as not to give options to the Japanese.

His rival will come out of the confrontation between another Argentine, Marco Trungelliti (198 and emerged from qualifying), and the Spanish Alejandro Davidovich Fokina (33). Later, not before 19, Guido Pella (84), meanwhile, will play against Serbian Filip Krajinovic (38).

While, Federico Coria, Federico Delbonis and Nadia Podoroska They will debut this Tuesday.

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