The first day of Queens who goes to the archive on the lawn in London and results of a certain importance turned into reality واقع. First of all, we can talk about a black day for Italian tennis under knockouts Yannick Sener Based on Lorenzo Sonego.
The British defeated South Tyrol (Wild Card) Jack Draper (#309 of ranking) for 7-6 (6) 7-6 (2)Which is disappointing in terms of how well he’s doing with a player with so much more experience on this surface than Yannick. It was true that the number of non-forced errors of the Azure was large and led to the negative result. Draper who has achieved his first success in the Grand Arena and will face the winner of Match between Bublik and Chardy.
Also bad Sonego who showed one last feeling with British cannabis: Defeated 6-4 6-4 by Croatian Viktor Troicki, the Piedmontese is better able to read different moments and make the match his own.. Lorenzo, who was already in Paris during Roland Garros, highlighted a not-so-stellar psychophysical condition. Thus, the Balkans will face the winner of the confrontation between Biden and Tiafu in the next round.
Instead, the Russians continue their adventure Aslan Karatsev and the owner Cameron Norrie. Twenty-fourth in the world, suffering more than expected against the lucky loser of Chile Alexandre Tabello (No. 171 in the world) won 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 and in the second round he will play against Nouri, who was better than the match he saw against the Spaniard Albert Ramos (38 of the order). The #41 ATP player won 4-6 6-3 6-4 in a left-handed match where the UK player’s chip made the difference.
A sudden defeat and shown to the Americans Riley Opelka (World #32): The USA bowed hard against Australian John Millman (#43 ATP) 6-7 (4) 7-5 7-6 (5) in two hours and 45 minutes into the game. The 27 aces were not enough for Opelka to win, with Millman very clear in exploiting his opponent’s empty passes. For him, in the second round, there are predictions for the match against the winner of the match between compatriot de Minor and Serbian Djeri.
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