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Albert Ramos-Vinolas beats Cachin in Cordoba Open Round of 32

Spain’s Albert Ramos-Vinolas has advanced to the Round of 16 by defeating Argentina’s Pedro Cachin in the Cordoba Open, a tennis tournament. The final tally was 6-4, 3-6, and 6-1. Vinolas has previously won the event in 2022 and is no doubt one of the favorites to bag a win again this year.

Albert Ramos-Vinolas was able to convert a single ace, while Cachin navigated his way around to claim seven aces. Break points were almost at par. Albert Ramos-Vinolas stood at 4/6, and Cachin settled at 2/4. Overall, Albert won 15 games against 11 by his opponent, securing 77 points to contest with an individual total tally of 68.

His opponent for the Round of 16 is yet to be decided. More tennis games are scheduled to happen at the Cordoba Open. This includes a competition between Coria and Altmaier, followed by a competition between Navone and Carballes Baena. One of the most interesting events has already happened. Two champions from the same region fought for a spot in the next round. Bagnis faced Cerundolo and won it conveniently by 6-4 and 6-2.

After a period of initial difficulty, Bagnis discovered his playing strategy and proceeded to win 12 games in order to recoup the loss he endured against Juan. He scored 63 points in opposition to Juan’s 43.

Acosta and Gomez fought on a similar line. It was yet another convenient win for a player with a tally of 6-1 and 6-4. It was in favor of Diaz, who later managed to win 67 points in 12 games.

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The Men’s Doubles category is scheduled to start later today. An event between Vera-Tabilo and Baena-Zapata was canceled at the time of writing this article. The series will open with Melo-Middelkoop locking horns with Olivo-Gomez. There will be another tennis match between Cachin-Coria and Sanchez-Arribage after it.

The Cordoba Open started on February 3, 2024, and will go on until February 11, 2024. It opened with a series of qualifiers wherein Bagnis defeated Taverna by 6-0 in both sets. One event that went on a little longer was between Moulet and Gomez.

It had a scoreboard swinging on both sides every minute. First, it was seen as setting a track for Moulet to win the game when he bagged 6-2 on the board. However, Gomez soon rectified his mistakes and made a comeback to register 3-6 and 6-7 in his favor. Both won an equal number of games (15). Hence, the final call went to the team with the most points won by them. The number was 90 for Gomez, with an edge of a single point.

Vinolas comes off a defeat of 1-6, 3-6, and 1-6 in the first round of the Australian Open. That was against Ruud, who ended up winning 18 games with a total of 99 points. That was dominance considering Vinolas remained stuck at 60 points for five games to his name.

John Scott

John Scott joined the Times of Casino’s team as a news writer. He previously worked with foremost publications as an intern. He holds bachelor of journalism degree and more than three years of experience of writing. In his free time, he enjoys travelling different places.

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