Argentine tennis player Tomás Etcheverry fell this afternoon in the final of the Mexico Challenger against Swiss Marc Huesler in straight sets. Despite the defeat, the native of La Plata made sure to get into the top 100 of the ATP ranking for the first time in his career.
Etcheverry, currently ranked 106th in the world ranking, lost on the central court of the Chapultepec Sports Club against Huesler (176th), with partials of 6-4 and 6-2, in just 65 minutes of play.
It is worth mentioning that this was the second final of the year at the Challenger level for the Argentine, since, previously, he had reached this stage in the tournament in Concepción, Chile, where he was crowned champion by defeating Bolivian Hugo Dellien (93rd) by 6 -3 and 6-2.
Despite the defeat, Etcheverry made sure, with his participation in the Mexican tournament, to get into the top 100 tennis players in the world for the first time in his career. In fact, he will be located as of next Monday in position 95 of the international ranking.