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Daniel, Bosgardin and Chanellato play in Chile, while Reyes goes to America

Daniel, Bosgardin and Chanellato play in Chile, while Reyes goes to America

Concepcion (Chile) – On clay in Chile, three Brazilians entered the Concepcion Challenger bracket directly. The competition already features Daniel Dutra da Silva and Nicolas Chanellato from São Paulo and Pedro Boscardin Diaz from Santa Catarina. Five more national athletes are vying for qualification. The tournament distributes US$41,000 to the champion along with 50 ATP points.

Daniel, 35 years old and ranked 474th, made his debut against Argentine Renzo Olivo, ranked 3rd and 287th in the tournament. They already face each other in 2022, a win for each team. The winner could face Argentina's Facundo Mena or local guest Daniel Antonio Nunez.

On the other side of the bracket, Nicolas Chanellato, 22 years old and ranked 459, makes his debut against Peruvian Gonzalo Bueno, 20 years old and ranked 336. Whoever makes it through will be able to face Pedro Bascardin, 21 and the 456th oldest in the world, who is coming off a qualifying round.

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Quality disputes begin this Sunday. Two Brazilians face Argentina: Sao Paulo's Igor Gimenez plays against Nicos Lehmann, while Rio's Wilson Light takes on Franco Ribeiro. Two other national athletes make their North American debuts, with Jose Pereira from Pernambuco playing against Matt Kuhr and Rafael Doceto of São Paulo playing against Alexander Stator. Gabriel Decamps from São Paulo will play against local guest Alejandro Buncalari.

Also playing this Sunday are Orlando Luz and João Lucas Reis

Jono Lucas Reyes of Pernambuco is ranked No. 1 in the qualifiers for the Savannah Challenger on hard-tru (green clay) courts in the United States. Reyes, now 24 and ranked 279, will take on Norwegian Viktor Durasovic, ranked 489, this Sunday. If she wins, she could meet New Zealander Ajit Roy or Croatian left-hander Madija Pegodic. The tournament distributes US$82,000 and the champion scores 75 points.

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Rio Grande do Sul's Orlando Luz is trying to qualify for the Challenge in Ostrava, Czech Republic, a tournament that pays €74,825 and 75 points to the champion. Luz, 26 and ranked No. 321, will be looking for his first ATP points this Sunday against 17-year-old local guest Peter Brunklick. The winner could face Slovak Norbert Kombos or Russian Evgeny Karlovsky.