Quarter-finals on the grab against Tsitsipas
Italy’s top tennis players do not disappoint: Yannick Sener and Lorenzo Musetti are both in the Round of 16 of the 2023 International. This afternoon Yannick will challenge Francisco Sirondolo During the evening session, Lorenzo will return to the field A few hours later he continued his victory over Tiavu To meet Stefanos Tsitsipaswho managed to get the better of Sonego in two sets despite some risks from much of the track on the final stage of the second break.
Although impermanent, we can say that Musetti has certainly returned to more than acceptable levels of play in the past month And this has nothing to do with what was shown in the first months of 2023 between Australia and South America and then the thousand in North America. From the second set onwards against Tiafoe, he has expressed an excellent performance in tennis, doing what he knows best on these courts and also finding excellent solidity in his serve rounds. Even Tsitsipas in this approach to Roland Garros seems to have somewhat bounced back after a disappointing trip to the United States, although for the time being at least it remains without trophies. The defeat in the final against Alcaraz in Barcelona was in the order of things, and the loss of Tsitsipas in Monte Carlo and Struff in Madrid is slightly lower.
Precisely for this reason, The dream is unstoppable on Lorenzo Musetti tonight. to be sure, The precedents are not exactly encouraging, where they played 4-0 in favor of the world number five. A few weeks ago the two played an equal match in Barcelona’s semi-finals, with the Carrara tennis player lacking something in the crucial stages to tip the third set back to his side. While everyone will remember last year’s challenge at Roland Garros, when Tsitsipas managed to emerge victorious by recovering two sets from a disadvantage in the opening round.
In this case, Musetti was completely different, returning from an injury he had suffered in the previous weeks and yet in the ranking he managed to tie precisely with the Greek on his debut. This year, for example, the problem will not arise. And Roman public – Hopefully the rain will keep Foro Italico away for the rest of the day – That could be the added bonus that Simone Tartarini’s pupil had so far missed in previous challenges against the Greek.
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