Albert Ramos gets into the quarterfinals at the expense of Taberner

Albert Ramos began his career at the ATP 250 in Santiago de Chile directly in the second round by being the number two seedand he did it with a victory that put him in the quarterfinals at the expense of another Spaniard, Charles Tabernerwho put up a lot of resistance in a second set that was resolved in the tiebreaker to give up by 6-2 and 7-6 (4) in 1h51.

Ramos and Taberner had not faced each other before and the 24-year-old Valencian and 108th in the world proved the solidity of the Catalan, consummate specialist on clay courts and on the South American tours. Interestingly, Albert lost quite a few points with his first serves (20/37), but won many with his seconds (16/20) and in the end he added one more break than Carlos, who overcame a disadvantage in the second round when Ramos served to win.

The champion of the Córdoba tournament a few weeks ago will face Argentine Facundo Bagnis in the quarterfinals (31 years old and 74th), who won by a double 6-2 against Bolivian Hugo Dellien.

Results of the ATP 250 in Santiago de Chile.

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