ATP250 Argentina Open 2024

Who wins?

  • Francisco Cerundolo

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  • Sebastian Baez

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  • Tomas-Martin Etcheverry

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  • Laslo Djere

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  • Other

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  • Total voters
    10
  • Poll closed .

socallefty

G.O.A.T.
Did Djokovic take his soul at Cincinnati? Carlos hasn‘t been in a final since. Why does this monster keep doing it to young players?:eek:
 

NeutralFan

G.O.A.T.
Alcaraz has regressed as a player. Players are much more confident against him too. The Spaniard has to go back to the drawing board.

More like he hasn't improved and approach the game with no strategy and it seems JCF is more of a yes man to boost his inflated ego instead of kicking his backside to plan new things. He has horrible shot selection, makes silly mistakes in return games and on big points. He's opposite of Djokodal they used to win sets they had no business winning and Carlos loses sets he has no business losing. With the rise of Sinner he is going to feel more pressure.
 
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ALCARAZWON

Professional
Can't expect to beat a top Chilean on clay (Jarry's ranked 21st, and been 18th, and playing on his best surface), I know I wouldn't.
So not a big deal, and its never a good idea to waste energy on ATP250, unless you are on a comeback and need match practice.
It was the perfect result for Carlos, he played 6 sets (and won 4 of them, lost one in a tiebreaker) so remains fresh for Indian Wells.
 

TheSlicer

Professional
this was a bad loss, not because he lost to jarry, as he played a good match, but because how he lost, no spark, no reading the match, that extra something is not there at the moment, he still has a chance to bounce back in rio, if he wins that he will recover the points, its true that coming back to clay after a long time had something to do, but this bad moment from him sure goes beyond that.
 

ALCARAZWON

Professional
If Carlos had won Argentina or wins Rio, he'll be criticized for overplaying, and Argentina in particular because its atp250.
He played well enough to win 5 of the 6 sets at Argentina (lost 2 sets, but one was in a tiebreaker vs. #21), good enough early season form.
 

TheSlicer

Professional
Did Djokovic take his soul at Cincinnati? Carlos hasn‘t been in a final since. Why does this monster keep doing it to young players?:eek:
i would say it was more that winning wimbledon caused a big decompresion on him, he was so hungry, going for every ball, suddenly you win the most important slam in your second full year, its like his energy levels have gone down because after the tremendous impact hes had on tour the first two years, now everything feels like extra, i hope he can reset his mindset
 

Zardoz7/12

Hall of Fame
Jarry hits hard and moves really well for someone his height.

The way he takes his forehand reminds me of Opelka's forehand though Jarry came before.
 
i would say it was more that winning wimbledon caused a big decompresion on him, he was so hungry, going for every ball, suddenly you win the most important slam in your second full year, its like his energy levels have gone down because after the tremendous impact hes had on tour the first two years, now everything feels like extra, i hope he can reset his mindset
I think he gets hyped up a bit too much at times. We know he’s talented but the guy has looked ordinary for months now. He just isn’t feared by the fiend now. He’s been worked out.
 

Rovesciarete

Hall of Fame
Jarry is exactly the type of player to trouble Charlie. As a tall player the high kick of his topspin gets often into his strike zone where Nico can unleash. He can serve very well and keep up the pressure for long time. His movement on clay looks also good.

Not many can pull such a game plan off, but against those he needs to adapt more.
 
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nolefam_2024

G.O.A.T.
this was a bad loss, not because he lost to jarry, as he played a good match, but because how he lost, no spark, no reading the match, that extra something is not there at the moment, he still has a chance to bounce back in rio, if he wins that he will recover the points, its true that coming back to clay after a long time had something to do, but this bad moment from him sure goes beyond that.
He said his smile is his superpower. ATP has robbed him of his superpower. It's good.
 

Move

Professional
At this tournament the clay is swept during changeovers which i think is great for the players, less chance of bad bounces at a worn out baseline especially towards the end of a set. Why don't they do this in more clay tournaments?
 

Baseline_Bungle

Hall of Fame
Can't expect to beat a top Chilean on clay (Jarry's ranked 21st, and been 18th, and playing on his best surface), I know I wouldn't.
So not a big deal, and its never a good idea to waste energy on ATP250, unless you are on a comeback and need match practice.
It was the perfect result for Carlos, he played 6 sets (and won 4 of them, lost one in a tiebreaker) so remains fresh for Indian Wells.
Uhh... he's playing Rio too, you know?
 

Move

Professional
What pressure? DA serves out the first set. Looking good. Real clay court tennis, placing the ball on a dime all over the court, including nasty droppers at the apt moment
Jarry will not likely bomb him off the court
 

Eureka

Professional
FDA has been superb all tournament - and has conducted himself with aplomb in this match thus far, up a set 6-3 and fought off a spirited effort by NJ to break. He'll serve for the match at 5-4.
 

Mainad

Bionic Poster
Maiden ATP title in his maiden ATP final for Diaz Acosta. He becomes the 4th maiden ATP titlist of the season (after Lehecka, Tabilo, Darderi). He won the tournament without dropping a set and becomes the 16th Argentinian player to win his home tournament since it began way back in 1927 and the 1st since Schwartzman (2021).
 
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