Chilean tennis player Alejandro Taviro will go all-or-nothing against experienced American Francis Tiafoe for the quarterfinals at Indian Wells.
He’s already made history, but his appetite is growing and he wants more. Alejandro Taviro the Chilean tennis player will seek a pass to the quarterfinals of Indian Wells, the first Masters 1000 of the season, this Tuesday.
After successfully passing two qualifying rounds and leaving Maximilian Marteler (156th), Maxim Cressey (37th) and Jordan Thompson (87th) in the main draw, ‘Jano’ is on his way to the top. trying to leave Famous Rivals: Francis Tiafoe.
Yes, there are currently 187 “Janos” in the world who will be in charge of the field. Who is today’s planet ranking 16th? A difficult challenge, but not impossible.
And Taviro breathes with confidence. Moreover, his fantasies are huge, because for the first time in his career he reached 8th place in a tournament in this category. everything is profit for him .
The pressure to win therefore falls on North American players who are accustomed to these instances and who will enjoy a large public following.
Tiafoe also has a duty to consider that he arrives more rested. He didn’t qualify and started in the second round of the main draw, beating Marcos Giron (73rd) and Jason Kubler (75th).
The scenario looks complicated, but Tabilo has the talent and grit to give him more than a duel with Tiafoe. 18:00.