The Marchesan in Croatia overtook Taberner, the La Spezia out against Gasquet while Ceck faces Dzumhur
Stefano Travaglia has hit the entry in the quarter-finals of the “Plava Laguna Croatia Open”, ATP 250 tournament with a prize pool of 419,470 euros in progress on the red clay of Teniski centar Stella Maris in Umag, Croatia. The 29-year-old from Ascoli Piceno, n.91 in the world, after eliminating the Spaniard Jaume Munar, n.67 in the ranking, defeated Carlos Taberner, also Spaniard, n.108 in the ranking by 6-3 6-4 . In the quarterfinals on Friday Travaglia will have to contend with the winner of the match between Albert Ramos Vinolas, 43 Atp and the Croatian Duje Ajdukovic, 20 years old from Split, n.275 in the ranking and in the race thanks to a wild card.
In the Cecchinato field
Central stage for Marco Cecchinato: the 28-year-old from Palermo, 82 and winner of the 2018 edition, after having liquidated the Slovenian Aljaz Bedene in two sets, faces the Bosnian Damir Dzumhur, n.127 in the ranking. The Sicilian is 5-3 ahead in the balance of direct comparisons with the 29 year old from Sarajevo and has won all four of those played on the “red”. Out to the second Alessandro Giannessi who gave 7-6 (4) 6-4 to the French Richard Gasquet, n.59 Atp.
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