There is nothing to do for Andreas Seppi. Blue (number 106 in the world) had to surrender to the British Cameron Norrie (No. 65 of the ranking), victorious in Conclusion Dependent Rotterdam ATP qualifications (Netherlands). 6-3, 6-2 the score in favor of the British tennis player. A game never questioned, made convincingly by Nuri who, thanks to the greater strength of her cross-country shots, anchored South Tyrol’s defenses.
at Cousin group The Johannesburg citizen made his intentions clear from the start: the first match in the serve which was held at scratch and broke in the next match. I struggled greatly with serving basics, as I had to cancel up to five break points in the fourth and sixth, but I had a chance to break in the fifth. Having survived this danger, the British dropped the curtain on the break very easily: 3 aces, 73% of the first serve on the field from which he got 84% of the fifteen with the first and 71% with the second. . Andreas’s pedigree is definitely missing with second at bat (37% of points won).
at the second group The music does not change, and after saving two break points in the opening, Seppi must once again succumb to greater aggression from below the opponent. In fact, there are two breaks in the third and fifth half that lead to the final 6-2. Nuri convincingly finished with 8 aces, 86% of the points winning the first service and 58% of the second.
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