The “Dove Men + Care South American Legion Circuit“, an important regional tennis event, had Lima as its venue for the last two weeks. During this period, the young promises of tennis in the world, mainly Latin America, showed their talent in such a competitive sport and with so few local events.
Each of the matches showed the audacity of the athletes and the results left great surprises. The Challenger, held at the Miraflores Tennis Promotion Center, left Bolivian Hugo Dellien as the winner, who beat Argentine Camilo Ugo Carabelli 6-3, 7-5, in Singles matches. While the duo made up of Julián Lenz from Germany and Gerald Melzer from Austria won the Doubles matches, after beating Nicolás Barrientos from Colombia and Fernando Romboli from Brazil 7-6, 7-6.
On the other hand, the Future matches that were played at Rinconada Country Club, left the Peruvian brothers Arklon Huertas del Pino and Conner Huertas del Pino as winners, who beat Brazilians Daniel Dutra da Silva and Wilson Leite in the Doubles-Men category. . Likewise, the Doubles-Ladies category gave as winners Laura Pigossi from Brazil and her partner Maria Lourdes Carlé from Argentina. Gilbert Klier Junior from Brazil triumphed in the Singles-Men, as did Dea Herzelas from Bosnia in the Singles-Ladies.
As announced by Luis Horna, renowned Peruvian tennis player and main promoter of the event in Lima, this circuit seeks to generate more and better opportunities for tennis players who are beginning to develop professionally. With the support of Dove Men + Care, a brand that is committed to inspiring people through sport, tools and necessary help continue to be provided to participants and their parents for better training on and off the court.
Lovers of this sport were able to enjoy each of the matches live via the networks of Tenis al Máximo, the Peruvian Federation, Igma Sports and through the ESPN and TV Peru signal.
The South American Legion Dove Men + Care Circuit continued in Santiago de Chile, where the Peruvian Juan Pablo Varilla was the Challenger champion, after beating the Argentine Sebastián Sáenz 6-4, 7-5. With this triumph, Varillas adds the fourth title of his career in this category. To date, Varillas maintains an outstanding participation in the Challenger in Buenos Aires.