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ATP Los Cabos continues

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Feliciano Lopez

Despite downpours delaying the start of the tennis tournament Abierto Los Cabo has got off to a great start.

Double matches were played on Tuesday to make up for losing a day on Monday to heavy rains by tropical storm Javier.

And the excitement is now ramping up. The biggest surprise so far has been the knockout of Australian Bernard Tomic. Ranked at number 20 in the world, and favorite for this tournament debut, he was beaten by Serbian Dusan Lajovic (# 72) 7-6, 3-6, 6-4.

Later in a tough match the Spaniard Feliciano Lopez (# 18) defeated 18 year old American, Reilly Opelka, in two sets 6-3, 7-6. The 34 year old Spanish left-hander will now go to the next round as the remaining top-ranked player and new favorite to win.

Santiago Giraldo defeated Sam Querrey in two straight sets. And the Croation Ivo Karlovic beat German Mischa Zverev 6-3, 3-6, 6-3. Other notable two set wins were Nicolas Almagro who beat fellow Spaniard Guillermo Garcia, and  Marcel Granollers who beat Tobias Kamke.

Sadly no Mexicans got through to the next round as the national duo formed by Hans Hach and Luis Patino were bowed down by the Spanish Nicolas Almagro and Brazilian Marcelo Demoliner in two sets, double 6-4.

Today’s matches begin at 5pm - tickets are still available. 

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