Over three and a half months after his last official match (against Alexandr Dolgopolov) David has won his first match at the Copa Argentina, defeating Alexandr Dolgopolov 6-1, 7-6(4).
More tomorrow, when it'll also be time for David's second match against Nicolas Almagro.
And for that there will be a stream.
Bad news: David's match is no longer listed on LiveScoreHunter.
Edit: Apparently, there won't be a stream for it.
It wasn't really the best start for the 10th anniversary edition of the Copa Argentina yesterday: Torrential rainfalls in Buenos Aires drowned the schedule for the first day of play and with it David's match, forcing the organisers to add an extra afternoon session to be played today.
It's not the first time that this happens, as the photo above shows. Back in 2009, it was the Saturday matches that fell victim to bad weather. And in the end, David had to play two matches on Sunday, his second match of the group stage (against Gaudio, see above) at noon and then the final against Baghdatis in the evening (report here).
Today, however, David will only have to play one match, against Alexandr Dolgopolov (who will have to play two matches, just like Charly Berlocq). His first in three and a half months, and that makes it difficult to know what to expect. And it remains to be seen how seriously David and Dolgopolov will take this match. But in any case it's great that he's finally back again.
Today's afternoon session will begin at 5pm local (8pm GMT/3pm EST) with the match between Pico and Charly Berlocq. After that, it'll be David's turn, so his match will start at around 7pm local (10pm GMT/5pm EST). And there'll be no weather worries today, as the forecast predicts perfect playing conditions - for a hopefully great, though delayed, first day of the Copa Argentina, and for David's return.