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Quiet Small, quiet Delpo: back come more

Quiet Small, quiet Delpo: back come more. Argentine tennis players Facundo Díaz Acosta and Sebastián Baez won the gold medal in doubles.


 Quiet Small, quiet Delpo: back come more 

Argentine tennis players  Facundo Díaz Acosta and Sebastián Baez  won the gold medal in doubles, achieving something never before obtained: a gold in  Argentine tennis    .

The boys did some excellent games, especially  Facundo , who also won the silver medal in singles, where he left on the way to the world number one junior circuit: the  Chino Chun-Hsin Tseng . Unfortunately,  Sebastian  could not pass the quarterfinals.

Without showing a lot of nerves in a sport in which such problems are usually noticed (more when it is a transcendent event in the career of an athlete as it is an Olympic debut), they showed their professionalism, played and won.

This is something that Argentine tennis does well: to know that another good generation of tennis players is coming behind the current one, which will continue to be a power in the world. Simply, both young people have to keep doing things right as they are doing to have the great future ahead of them in their sports career.

Publication Date: 18/10/2018

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