Photo: Jason Franson Archives The canadian Press
The Canadian Brayden Schnur, a native of Pickering, Ontario, is ranked 249th in the world.
The Canadian Brayden Schnur has passed to the stream a male tennis tournament of the Rogers Cup on Saturday in Toronto.
The athlete from Pickering, Ontario, bowed in three sets of 7-6 (4), 3-6 3-6 against the American Mackenzie McDonald.
Ranked 249th in the world, Schnur has lost its first game to the service in the third set and was the victim of another break when he fired from the back 3-5.
McDonald will participate in the second round of qualifications on Sunday, against the Russian Daniil Medvedev with to stake a place in the main table.
Four other Canadians to participate in the qualifications or the Laval Alexis Galarneau, Filip Peliwo, and the 19 year-old Benjamin Sigouin, both of Vancouver, as well as the veteran Frank Dancevic, of Niagara Falls.