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ATP Cup 2022, Canada in the semi-finals. Oger-Aliassime beats Zverev to snatch the Top10 from Jannik Sinner – OA Sport

Canada is the fourth to qualify for the 2022 ATP Cup semi-finalists. In the end, the last match of Group C proved essential to solving the puzzle of first place, as the North Americans won the pass by defeating Germany in the singles, thus mocking the Great Britain that won the Italian night with the United States.

A result that automatically overthrew the Europeans, who could not continue their adventure even with victory. There were two matches in which the Germans would not have given everything they could, they had left it Jean-Lennard Struve Che Alexander Zverev, Despite the defeat, they gave everything they had.

Ranked 51st in the world, he went out with him Denis Shapovalov But he kept his talented neighbor on the field for more than two and a half hours, losing the first break in the tiebreak and winning the second; The only break he gave him, at the start of the third set, was fatal to him.

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The challenge between Zverev e Felix Auger-Aliassime, Which saw a second win with a score 6-4 4-6 6-3; Honoring the merit of the number 3 player in the world who made the game exciting, but the main motivations of the Canadian in the third set did the rest. with this result Auger-Aliasime surpasses Jannik Sinner in the world rankings, and enters the top ten. The doubling score seen by Kevin Kraweets and Tim Potts on one side and Stephen Days and Brayden Schnorr on the other, is not relevant.

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