Ramakumar Ramanathan’s journey in the singles of the Marbella Masters ended as he lost his quarter-final encounter against Marco Cecchinato 1-6, 4-6. However, he still has a chance in the men’s doubles semis where he and Enrique López Pérez take on Ariel Behar and Guido Andreozzi.
It was a bad day to remember for Ramanathan, the only Indian left in the Marbella
It pretty much broke
With the first set going past like wind, Ramanathan had one last chance to save his singles chances but had already taken a lot of steam out of him. The Indian lost his serve in the first game itself before managing to save his next serves. However, his opponent controlled the game well to take the lead and after eight games the score read 5-3 in the favor of the 25-year-old. The Italian kept his dominance intact till the very end to seal it 6-4.
However, despite losing the men’s singles encounter, Ramanathan will now compete in the men’s doubles along with his Spanish partner Perez. They will play against the duo of Uruguay’s Ariel Behar and Argentina’s Guido Andreozzi.
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