Nicolás Jarry traces back a great game against Hanfmann and advances in Chile Open

Nicolás Jarry overcame following losing the first round and won the second and third sets to win the last place in the Chile Open semifinals, where he will face Jaume Munar (No. 66).

At the close of business on Friday at the Chile Open, Nicholas Jarry (87th) showed that he is in one of his best moments in his tennis career, following coming back and beating the German Yannick Hanfmann (153°) and settled in the semifinals of the national contest.

In a duel that began difficult for the Chilean, he managed impose their conditions and with the locality in his favor, he took out an important result to climb in the ATP ranking, but also, to stay alive in the tournament.

The first set was the most difficult for him. ‘Nico’since the Teutonic started solid and forcefully, achieving the first break of the match and breaking the resistance of Jarry with a powerful 3-6 for the german

However, ‘The Tower of Santiago’ woke up in the second stage, recovered and began to score aces and to answer balls in a very good way and even made the ‘Gran Willy’ but the spectacular point went long through the Hanfmann sector.

With his rise in second fraction defeated the visitor by a score of 6-3, managing to snatch the first set from the German who had not given up a set in the Chile Open.

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In the last leg of the game, Jarry did not give up and kept fighting to win the third set by a similar 6-3, advancing to the next phase.

Now, he must prepare his match once morest the Spanish James Munar (N°66) of is Saturday March 4 at 7:20 p.m. on center court Santiago Open.

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