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The Mexican Tennis Federation (FMT) confirmed this Tuesday that the tie for Davis cup versus Chinese Taipei, Scheduled for February 4 and 5, it continues despite the fact that the main tennis players in the country refuse to play due to differences with the organization, headed by Carlos Ricardo González.

The main Mexican tennis players issued a statement on Monday in which they indicated their dissatisfaction with the FMTdue to problems like Lack of communication and no planning.

Led by Santiago González, Alejandro Hernández and Miguel Ángel Reyes-Varelathe players said that they would not participate in the Group I tie which will be held on February 4 and 5 at the La Asuncion Sports Club, located in Metepec, State of Mexico.

The FMT stated in a statement that five players who signed the statement last Monday, Alejandro Hernández, Miguel Ángel Reyes-Varela, Lucas Gómez, Gerardo López and Manuel Sánchez, they were not eligible to participate anyway due to their ranking.

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“Such players have not been consistently participating in an ATP circuithence They do not have a current ranking and their participation was not viable”, said the FMT.

Reyes-Varela and Lopez They were on the Mexico team that played against bosnian in September.

The Mexican team that will play against Taiwan includes Alan Rubio, 23 years old, 866 in the ATP ranking and Cesar Ramirez, 33 years old, number 1220 in the ranking.

The other players on the team are Isaac Arevalo, Mario Alberto Durón, Luciano Alcocer and Armando Sotelo.

(With information from Reuters)

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