Bautista defines his calendar before the US Open

The Castellón will start with the Masters 1000 in Toronto, where he will wait for a rival in the second round of the duel between Vasek Pospisil and Tommy Paul.


Spanish tennis player Roberto Bautista Agut, current number 18 in the ATP ranking, begins this week with the Toronto Masters 1000 a tour of North American territory in which he hopes to play three tournaments as a prelude to his participation in the US Open.

The Castellón will face in the second round of the Canadian tournament the winner of the duel between local Vasek Pospisil and American Tommy Paul that will be played this Tuesday, later he will attend the Masters 1000 in Cincinnati and will continue with the ATP 250 of Winston-Salem, according to what reported this Monday his press team.

The tour will come to a close at the US Open, a competition in which Bautista has reached the round of 16 on two occasions and in which he only reached the third round the previous year. This is how the hard court season will begin for the tennis player who was present in two finals in the first semester (Montpellier and Doha) and in the semifinals of the Miami Masters 1000.

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