Thomas Fabbiano completed blue poker on these crucial rounds of Masters1000 playoffs in Montecarlo. The 172nd, in this draw thanks to a wild card, was defeated by the Portuguese Joao Souza (World No. 107) with a degree 7-5, 6-4 in an hour and 33 minutes into the matchThis brings the number of Italians present in the main draw for the Principality Championship to nine. A very important number.
A game well managed by Fabiano, who was able to interpret the important points in the best possible way, and he played nicely when the ball “weighed” the most. An important result for him, given the many problems in 2020. Hence, his next opponent will be the pole Hubert Horkcatch, Winner of “1000” in Miami (USA) in Final Chapter against Jannik Sinner.
at Cousin groupAfter exchanging compliments in the second and third game, the “serve” continues until the eleventh game, with Fabiano not using two breakpoints in the seventh and ninth game. In the final close, he showed excellent shots across the suburb and tearing up the Lusitanian serve to zero, he gave practice in 7-5 with great persistence.
at the second group Fabiano starts very strong, taking advantage of the Portuguese’s tough moment and taking the lead 4-0. The blue allows himself a little break in the sixth inning, allowing Suza to shorten the distance. However, the management of service successes is impeccable, and the latter 6-4 clogs the curtain.
Our standard holder ends up with 73% of the points collected with the first service and 68% with the second, and gets 46% of the fifteen in response to the second service.
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