Spaniard Albert Ramos, Argentines Diego Schwartzman and Juan Ignacio Londero, Chilean Christian Garín and Serbian Laslo Djere gained their matches of the Cordoba Open, in Argentina, and certified for the quarterfinals of the ATP 250.Ramos was left with the Spanish duel after beating Pablo Andujar 6-3, 6 (4) – (7) 7 and 6-4.In fourths, his rival shall be Schwartzman, first head of sequence and quantity 14 of the world, that this Friday in the morning beat the Spanish additionally Jaume Munar 6-1 and 7-5.One other Spaniard who fell in the eighths was Pedro Martinez. The 22 yr outdated He misplaced to Djere 6-3 and 6-4. The Serbian will face the present champion, Londero, who eradicated his compatriot Pedro Cachín by a double 6-3.Additional, Garin beat Hungarian Attila Balazs by a convincing 6-3 and 6-0.In fourths, the Chilean will play in opposition to his compatriot Pablo Cuevas.The quarterfinals shall be performed from Thursday to Friday and Saturday would be the semifinals.The second version of the Cordoba Open, which is performed on clay, will finish this Sunday and the subsequent day will begin the principle draw of the Argentine Open ATP 250, which shall be held in Buenos Aires.
1 Gianluigi Donnarumma – will he stay at AC Milan this summer? Gianluigi Donnarumma’s family have told him to stay at AC Milan and forget about interest from Manchester United and Real Madrid, according to reports in Italy.The goalkeeper is currently locked in contract talks with Milan as he enters the final year of his deal.Originally it had been reported the 18-year-old would sign fresh terms with the San Siro club but negotiations have gone south and the player’s agent, Mino Raiola, claims his client has been bullied.Donnarumma is expected to finally sort out his future when he returns from the European U21 Championship and Manchester United and Real Madrid are ready to offer him a route out of Italy.But, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, the teenager’s family are telling him to stay at Milan.The family reportedly believe staying at the San Siro for at least the next few years would be best for the Italian’s development.