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Schwartzman says "Take Me To The Champions League Final"
You would be led to believe that the current French Open would be the most important show in town for Argentinnian Diego Schwartzman, but he is desperate to be somewhere else in Paris on Saturday night. Don’t miss out on the biggest game in Soccer for the UEFA Champions League final, place a bet at any of the New Jersey Online gambling sites such as DraftKings, BetMGM and FanDuel to stand a chance to win big.
He has already reached the fourth round at the clay court Grand Slam, and now his goals are set for the Stade de France in the northern part of Paris which will play host to Saturday's Champions League final. The former top 10 player implored tennis organizers on Friday to find him a ticket to the showdown between England's Liverpool and Spain's Real Madrid.
When asked at his press conference on Friday if he wanted to go to the match, the 29-year-old said with a child-like smile on his face: "So Roland Garros, please ask for tickets for tomorrow. I know you can do it. President of Roland Garros, president of the Federation. I can go alone, eh? It's okay."
Schwartzman, who will play Novak Djokovic in the next round of the French Open if the world number one manages to win his third round match later on Friday, said he loved Soccer and he loved watching big games.
"These past few days I was following just my team, Boca Juniors. We won the league in Argentina. We won yesterday. So we went through in the Copa Libertadores," he continued. "So now it's time for the Champions League. But it's going to be a great match. Everyone who is here is not from Liverpool or Real Madrid. We are going to enjoy it.”