Verdasco leads the ten Spaniards seeking a ticket at the US Open

This Tuesday the preview of the US Open starts on the slopes of Flushing Meadows, with the Madrilenian looking for a place to enter the final table after leaving the Top-100.

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Ten Spanish tennis players begin their adventure this Tuesday in search of a place in the final draw of the US Open, the last Grand Slam of the 2021 season that will be held from August 30 to September 12 on the courts of the New York venue of Flushing Meadows.

The ten Spanish tennis players will have to face the previous one in conditions to say the least strange, since, unlike what has happened in other tournaments that have played in the United States, they will play their matches without an audience after the decision adopted by the USTA, which will allow audience in the final draw matches.

One of the three Spanish tennis players who will seek a place in the men's final draw is Fernando Verdasco from Madrid, who was stopped by the pandemic from his incredible streak of having competed in 67 consecutive Grand Slam from Wimbledon 2003 to the Australian Open 2020. Verdasco, who will play the previous one after leaving the Top-100 of the ranking, will start his way against the Argentine Facundo Mena.

Two other Spanish tennis players are also seeking a place in the men's final draw: the Valencian Bernabé Zapata, who will make his debut against the American Stefan Kozlov, and the Mario Vilella from Elche, who will face the Japanese Yuichi Sugita. In this way, Verdasco, Zapata and Vilella will try to join Pablo Carreño, Roberto Bautista, Alejandro Davidovich, Albert Ramos, Carlos Alcaraz, Jaume Munar, Pablo Andújar, Pedro Martínez, Roberto Carballés and Feliciano López, in a final frame where the absence will be noticed by Rafa Nadal.

Seven tennis players seek to join Muguruza, Badosa, Sorribes and Suárez

More extensive is the representation of Spanish tennis players in the women's previous. Up to seven players will be looking for their ticket to the final draw of the tournament from this Tuesday and thus join the four Spanish women already classified for this final phase: Garbiñe Muguruza, Paula Badosa, Sara Sorribes and Carla Suárez

Nuria Parrizas will make her debut against the Croatian Tereza Mrdeza, while Cristina Bucsa will do the same against the Ukrainian Kateryna Kozlova and Andrea Lázaro will play against the Belgian Greet Minnen. For her part, Irene Burillo will start the previous one against the Brazilian Beatriz Haddad Maia, Aliona Bolsava will face the American Victoria Duval, and Lara Arruabarrena will make her debut against the Polish Magdalena Frech. Complete the Spanish participation Rebeka Masarova, who will face Croatian Jana Fett. The dream of the US Open begins this Tuesday for 10 Spanish tennis players.



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