This weekend, Ecuadorian tennis player, Julio Cesar Campuzano crowned himself as champion of the Future 2 Tournament in Caracas after defeating the Venezuelan David Souto 6-4, 6-3.
In a final that lasted one hour and 25 minutes, Campuzano, the first tennis racket of Ecuador, learned to stay focused and played with intelligence, without yielding a set. Campuzano broke her opponent in Game 10 of Set one and then in the 8th of the 2nd Set to close the match with his strike.
“I came to this end with a heavy load of games. I’ve played almost every day for two weeks and today (Saturday) I felt a little physical wear that, but I gave it everything. “
Thus, Campuzano accumulates two titles in a row because last week was crowned in Maracay. He has won ten straight games and has not dropped a set in both contests. In addition, the Ecuadorian has added 36 points for the two ATP tournaments won (18 each) standing at the position 446 of the ATP ranking.