Tabilo continues the Roman fairy tale - after Djokovic and Hačanov, the Chilean also "saw off" Žang

The first ATP semifinal from the 1.000 series for the Chilean tennis player

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Table, Photo: Reuters
Table, Photo: Reuters
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The Chilean, born in Toronto, struggled to beat one of the Top 12 tennis players until May 20, and then a sensation arrived on the clay of Rome - the best in the world, Novak Djokovic, fell, and after him the others fell as well...

Alejandro Tabilo continues his fairy tale in the "Eternal City" - a guy who, no matter how the Masters in Rome ends, will be his best story, for the first time in his career, he made it to the semifinals of one of the ATP tournaments from the 1.000 series.

He defeated Chinese Zhizheng Zhang 6:3, 6:4 in the quarterfinals.

"Maybe it looked like I was calm, I tried to be that way even though I was very nervous inside. In the end, everything turned out great," Tabilo said after the match.

The South American tries not to think about the successes he made in Rome.

"Everything is incredibly filling, but I'm just trying to play the best tennis, that's my job," added Tabilo.

In the semi-finals, he will play against the better of the duel Alexander Zverev - Taylor Fritz.

Stefanos Tsitsipas - Nikolas Đari and Hubert Hurčak - Tommy Paul meet in the other quarter-final duels.

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