Pedro Cachín got his first ATP title in Gstaad

Pedro Cachin (90th in the world ranking) won his first title on the professional circuit by winning the Gstaad ATP 250 after beating the Spanish Albert Ramos Vinolas (79th) by 3-6, 6-0 and 7-5. The Swiss contest, played on brick dust, distributed 630,705 euros in prizes.

The Cordovan native of Belleville battled for almost two and a half hours at the Roy Emerson Arena, with a great reaction after the setback in the opening set. In this way, the Argentine successfully inaugurated the record between the two and from tomorrow he will enter top 50 of the ladder

With this title, Cachin became the 35th Legion player to win a competition atp and is the fifth to win the trophy in gstaad. It is also the celebration of the third albiceleste crown of the season: the others were Sebastian Baez (Córdoba Open) and Francisco Cerundolo (ATP 250 from Eastbourne).

In addition to Cachinthey were also crowned in gstaad: Guillermo Villas (1974 and 1978), Jose Luis Clerc (1982), Martin Jaite (1990) year Gaston Gaudio (2005).