Top seed Kei Nishikori and third seed David Ferrer prepare for their starts at the Argentina Open with a hit on Puente de la Mujer in Buenos Aires.

Nishikori, Ferrer Bridge The Court In Buenos Aires

The duo begin their respective Argentina Open campaigns on Wednesday

Kei Nishikori and David Ferrer took to a different court location on Tuesday ahead of the Argentina Open. The duo had a hit on Puente de la Mujer, a rotating footbridge in the commercial district of Buenos Aires.

"It’s a really beautiful place here and [it's] really fun to have some time with David," said top seed Nishikori. "I hope I can stay healthy here this week and hope I can enjoy this week."

"We were on the bridge, it was nice with Kei," added Ferrer. "It’s important for the tournament and we have fun."

Nishikori will face the winner of the match between Diego Schwartzman and Facundo Bagnis, while Ferrer, the third seed, will open in the second round against Argentine Carlos Berlocq.

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