Del Potro led Ginobili at the US Open
name of Emmanuel Ginobili Some of the most frequently mentioned over the weekend in international sports: Induction into the Hall of Fame It was a historic milestone for Argentine (and Latin American) basketball. But hours after the party in Springfield, Bahinsey took a peek with his friends from the golden generation to see Final match between Carlos Alcaraz (first) and Casper Ruud (second) in the US Open. And in the middle of the match, Mano began with a tour of the facilities with a stately guide: Juan Martín del Potro.
The guy from Tandil who traveled to Flushing Meadows at the invitation of the organization and is hanging on for some games for ESPN, Met Manu in the middle of the corridors And they started exchanging a few words to catch up. “Look how cool this guy is. What has Delpo been doing for so long?” Manu began to break the ice and Delpo took the opportunity to congratulate him on his induction into the Hall of Fame.
“My body trembles when I’m here, but ok,” added the former tennis player, who quit the activity in February, but still dreams of getting one last dance. With a miraculous recovery in his right knee allowing him to play again.” I arrived five, six days before that, I commented on the games, it was good, I can contribute something more as a player, But I come here and feel like going in and doing some drivesHe said on the verge of agitation.
Del Potro has been at the US Open all week.
Later, Delpo admitted to Mano that he was not training or playing quietly with friends. “I think I can play with you (laughs). The truth is that no, I don’t train At first I said I would stay, but goalless training is impossible, my routine is a daily walk like the old one,” he confirmed. A few minutes later, he took the opportunity to show Ginobili the all-champion roster and his name refers to the historic 2009 title.
The golden generation went to Alcaraz Bank in the US Open
manu Travel to Flushing Meadows with Chapo Nuccione, Luis Scola, Pepe Sanchez, Gabriel Fernandez and Fabricio Obertowho made the passing trip to the city that never sleeps to enjoy a historic match of tennis, another sport that Bahnesse enjoys so much, that they even stopped by the ESPN booth to comment on the match.
The Golden Generation in a Box watching the US Open Final. (IG/Chapunocioni)
With Uberto “in charge” of the trip, the whole group arrived in New York to manage the Spanish tennis player. Yes, Scola said, half the pressure on his friends, they want the 19-year-old to win. “We are fans of the karaz, the golden generation of the karaz,” Loefa said. The Spaniard complied with the request of the Argentine squad and became the champion in four groups.