José Javier "Chucho" Acasuso, coach of Argentine Guido Pella, rival of Roberto Bautista on Wednesday in the quarterfinals of Wimbledon, believes that the Castellon has "one of the best physicists" of the circuit. The match starts at 4: 00 in Vamos.
Posadas now faces the responsibility of taking his pupil to the first semifinals of a Grand Slam, knowing that Roberto has won twice in which they have faced, although this will be the first on grass.
"Bautista is a very tough player, I always say he is one of the best physicists on the circuit," said Acasuso, who won three individual and five doubles tournaments in his time as a player, although his last record always points to the last point lost to Spaniard Fernando Verdasco in the Davis Cup final in Mar del Plata, in 2008, at Islas Malvinas Sports Center.
"It's very fast, but Guido has weapons to win, and he likes the games where he can play and rally," Acasuso said of Wednesday's game. "I hope he can have his opportunities and take advantage of them."
The Argentine coach seems to have a computer in his brain. It does not write down, but everything has it stored. "I try to watch videos of the rivals and I try to ask the Argentines who have already played, in this case against Bautista," he said. "I do not write things down, I keep everything in my head. I have good memory. Then I talk to Guido, and I tell him what I think. "