Wednesday , October 5 2022

Cabel and Farah wants to make history in the Masters Tournament


On the first day at O2 Arena in London, the Colombian teammates Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah (team, Colombo, Babulot) Their full debut at the Masters Tournament, which is attended by eight of the best teams this year, participate in the tournament.

Defending champion Novak Djokovic wrested an hour and 14 minutes to beat Novak Djokovic and Austrian Alexander Peya 6-3, 6-4.An important step was taken on the qualifying examination for self-sufficient semifinals at the top of the Lilidra / Santora Group.

When the match started I concentrated on him. Farah liked me in the courtroom experience, and Farah warned me how I went and saw how we played for a good tournament.

They're back on track

On the second Tuesday, this Tuesday will be, South African Raven Klassen and New Zealand's Michael Venus defeated the British Jamie Murray and Bruno Soorus. 7-6 (5), 4-6, 10-5. Murray raided the series 4-2. The final match is in the semifinal of ATP Masters 1000 in Shanghai.

Although good feelings about the relationship with O2, No.2 does not want to diminish the seeds yet. Their feet stand on the ground up and look at the semifinals as they do throughout the season. "There is still a game to play," said Farah. "I think the next game is very important and we can keep us in good position."

Cabal was in such a vessel. "Next semifinals? I see it on Tuesday," laughing on the elderly daughter's daughter. There are a lot of things to do about the semifinals. In the ATP rankings, Murray and Soros are the only two games in the ATP rankings.

The Masters Tournament was played in an initial round robin format, with two groups of four teams. Each pair plays in three matches. The winners will play the last two points and qualify for the semifinals.

History is the first

This is the first time that these Colombian tennis players classify this tournament (singles or doubles), ending the season and giving the winners the title of teachers.

"We were always like a dream, very interesting and unique," Farah agreed at the British Indoor Center coordinator. "It's a great thing, it's a great event, they sell the whole show well … I do not know what lights off, lights, our names, smoke … can not go to court like this," he added.

Colambions has become a great tennis reference to Columbia, and they do not hide their support from reaching London. "The country backs us on good and bad times, we are a big week for living in Colombia and we can not support it, we're here with the family and we're hoping that many will be the first." Those who shut the WAB and Farah are ready to go back to the path of love they're outing.


Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Fahr has won 38 wins over the year.

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