VIDEO: Diego Schwartzman v Fabio Fognini in a game of football tennis
Argentina against Italy in football is always a classic so who comes out on top when Diego Schartzman and Fabio Fognini compete in a game of football tennis?
The duo are in Cordoba for the inaugural ATP Tour event in the Argentine city and what better way to warm up for the tournament than by combining their two passions?
— ATP Tour (@ATP_Tour) February 4, 2019
Italian Fognini is the Cordoba Open top seed and will face Aljaz Bedene from Slovenia in the second round while third-seeded Schwartzman will be up against either Brazilian Thiago Seyboth Wild or Alessandro Giannessi from Italy.
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