He wants to go on reigning in Buenos Aires
David does not want to give up his crown of the Buenos Aires ATP, which was deservedly won in 2008. So as no to give it up, "King" David will have to face great part of the Spanish Armada as top pre-qualified in the competition to be played between February 14th and 22nd in the Buenos Aires Lawn Tennis and which awards 600,000 dollars. The second top series player will be the Spaniard Nicolás Almagro (18th in the ATP). Tommy Robredo (21st); Carlos Moyá (42nd) and Albert Montañes (43rd) will also be there. The first player to break the polarity Argentines- Spaniards is the 14th player, the Italian Potito Starace (71st).