Alejandro Tabilo had a solid debut and advances in the San Diego ATP

Chilean Alejandro Tabilo had a great debut at the ATP 250 in San Diego, United States, where he defeated local Steve Johnson in two sets.

The Chilean Alexander Tabilo70th in the world ranking, had a solid debut in the San Diego ATP 250USA.

‘Jano’ defeated the local in two sets Steve Johnson (116th), with partials of 7-5 and 6-2, in one hour and 10 minutes of play.

In a smooth performance, the number one racket of our country was seen to be effective with his serve and took advantage of every break opportunity that the American gave him.

The first set was very even until the twelfth game. Tabilo had a chance to break in the eighth game, but the host defended well and was able to shake off four break points.

However, Johnson could not repeat the above in the twelfth game, where the Chilean attacked with conviction and ended up taking the partial after 38 minutes.

Still disconcerted by the lost set, the 116th ranked player made errors with his service in the second game of the second round, which ‘Jano’ took advantage of to take advantage.

Giving no breakout opportunities, In the eighth game, Alejandro Tabilo once again took advantage of the local deconcentrations and ended up taking the set 6-2..

Great victory for the national, who in the second round in San Diego will have to face the French Constant Lestienne (76th), who eliminated fellow American Brandon Holt (215th) with runs of 5-7, 7-6 (5) and 6-3.

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