Diego Schwartzman will seek the crown at the ATP 250 in Antwerp / AFP

Argentine Diego Schwartzman advanced to the ATP 250 final in Antwerp, Belgium, after beating American Jenson Brooksby 6-4 6-0.

The Peque, located in 14th place in the world ranking and second seed of the tournament, beat Brooksby (70) in 1 hour and 25 minutes of play and in the final will face the Italian Jannik Sinner (13 in the ranking and top seed). The game will start at 11:30 (Argentina time)

The ‘Peque’, who had just eliminated the Scotsman Andy Murray, former world number 1, in the round of 16, never met Sinner on the official circuit. The 29-year-old Argentine will seek his fifth ATP title today – and the second of the year – after his conquests in Istanbul 2016, Rio de Janeiro 2018, Los Cabos 2019 and Buenos Aires 2021.

The 20-year-old Italian Sinner beat South African Lloyds Harris (32) in his semifinal yesterday 6-2 and 6-2 and today he will also try to achieve his fifth trophy after winning the Sofia 2020 and 2021 tournament twice; Washington and Melbourne (both this year). The ATP of Antwerp takes place on hard surface courts and will distribute prizes for 584,125 euros.

BÁEZ AND MONTEIRO DEFINE THE CHALLENGER OF BUENOS AIRES

The Argentine tennis player Sebastián Báez and the Brazilian Thiago Monteiro will play today starting at 1 pm, in the final match of the Buenos Aires Challenger, which takes place at the Racket Club, in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo and which distributes $ 52,080 in prizes.

Báez, with a very good tournament, defeated his compatriot Juan Manuel Cerúndolo in the semifinals by a resounding 6/1 and 6/2.

While Monteiro, who also performs an excellent performance so far in the contest, defeated Argentine Juan Francisco Cerúndolo in three sets by 6/1, 2/6 and 6/3.

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