Spain, second country with more tennis players after the USA

The Navy has 19 players, 12 boys and seven girls, only surpassed by the host country, which has 44, although 13 are invited.

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Spain can proudly boast that it is the second most represented country at the US Open, only behind the host nation, the United States, which has 44, although 13 of them are invited.The Navy will compete from this Monday (17:00, Eurosport) with 12 boys, who are in alphabetical order Carlos Alcaraz, Pablo Andújar, Roberto Bautista, Roberto Carballés, Pablo Carreño, Alejandro Davidovich, Feliciano López, Pedro Martínez, Jaume Munar, Albert Ramos, Carlos Taberner and Bernabé Zapata; and seven girls, Paula Badosa, Cristina Bucsa, Rebeka Masarova, Garbiñe Muguruza, Nuria Parrizas, Sara Sorribes and Carla Suárez.

In the ATP draw, three debutants in the tournament, Zapata (he already played this year at Roland Garros and Wimbledon), Taberner (he was twice in Paris) and Alcaraz (he was this year in Australia, the French Slam and Wimbledon), who qualified in the previous phase, like Bucsa, Masarova and Parrizas, the three that are released, but in a major in the women's team.

Top 10 countries with the most players

ATP + WTA country (in parentheses, guests) = Total 444 444

1. USA 21 (7) + 23 (6) =

4

2. Spain 12 + 7 = 19

. France 13 + 5 = 18

4. Italy 10 + 4 = 1

5. Russia 5 + 9 = 1

6. Australia 7 (1) + 5 (1) = 12

7. Germany 8 + 2 = 10

8. Czech Republic 1 + 9 = 10

9. Great Britain 3 + 5 = 8

10. Serbia 5 + 3 = 8



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