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Massu went head-to-head and explained why Tabilo replaced Garin in the crucial Davis Cup match.



Nicolas Massu, who is currently the coach of the Chilean Davis Cup team, has detailed why Alejandro Tabilo played in place of Cristian Garin in the important series against Canada.

He charged headfirst, just as he has in his career thus far. Nicola Massu The current head coach of the Chilean national team in the Davis Cup did not hide anything even after the loss against Canada and even explained the reason for his substitution. Alejandro Tabilo by Cristian Garin In a key duel.

The last-minute changes in “Vampire” caused criticism, especially on social networks, and many ventured that “Gago” had actually surpassed Alexis Galarneau. Meanwhile, Tabilo lost to the Canadian in two sets.

Massu was candid on this point, asserting that it was Cristian Garin himself who admitted he was not feeling well after losing in three sets to Italian Matteo Arnaldi the day before.

“The game ended very late against Italy, but “We arrived at the hotel and Christian told us he was feeling some physical discomfort.” said the double gold medalist.

“The plan was for Jarry to play singles with Garin like in the previous series.” “Nico,” he added at a press conference.

Massu has made it clear that despite his desire to sign Garin, he is Chile’s number two. “He believed his teammates were better able to play.”

Let us recall that after the defeat against the USA, the national team is waiting for the surprise of Sweden vs. Italy in order to advance to the final eight of the tournament.

Source: Biobiochile

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