Paratenism player Hidalgo Alam González won the silver medal during his participation in the Cristina Hoffman International Tournament, which is held in Cancún, Quintana Roo.
González began his participation in the tournament against Canadian Mohsin Ali Watto, whom he beat by three chapters to zero; after partials 11-6, 11-6 and 11-4.
For his second meeting, which earned him the ticket for the semi-finals of the tournament, the representative of the entity faced the representative of Costa Rica Sebastián Chávez Quiros, by partials of 11-3, 11-6 and 11- 7, for 3 sets against none of the Central Americans.
The semi-finals seemed complicated, since he faced the American Zachary Alan Picket; however, the Hidalgo player prevailed, as in the other two matches, due to his superiority, and left the player from the country of stars and stripes empty, thanks to partials of 11-3, 11- 8 and 11-1.
For the final, and in high spirits, González arrived to face fellow Mexican Jesús Adán Sánchez García, eventually succumbing, but not before battling on the table; however, splits of 11-8, 11-6 and 11-5 left him with the silver medal.
After the medal, the man from Hidalgo also competed in the duo modality and played his first match, with Edith Sigala López, against the team made up of Jenson Van Emburgh and Pamela Fontaine, from the United States.
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Meanwhile, the second match for the Mexican team was accompanied by Víctor Manuel Pérez Turcio, in which they faced the American Picket and the Canadian Watto.
The competition ends today, with the team event.