The last Italian in the race, N. 11 from sowing, opposite n. 7. Yannick always wins on clay. Even to seize a place in the neighborhood
19:40 – Physical problems
(Marco CalabresiJannik Sinner’s Roland Garros adventure ended in the worst way, with the towel in front of his face as he left the field in the third set. left knee problem who had already appeared in the match two days ago against McDonald He also returned against the Russian Andrei Rublev. Sinner tried to grit his teeth, but eventually had to give up. Too bad, because as long as South Tyrol was good, there was no match: it was Yannick He knocked down the opponent in the first set, beat him 6-1, then over the Russian 3-2 in the second set it was necessary a timeout, which the doctor gave a painkiller. to Sinner, while a physical therapist massages his thigh to relax the muscle. Meanwhile, consideration continues between Sinner and his coach, Simone Vagnozzi, to understand if there are conditions to continue. Sener, after losing the second set 6-4, tried to continue for a few more minutes, before approaching the net with a score of 2-0 in the third set and retired.
Not Sinner’s first physical issue of the season: In Indian Wells he didn’t even play against Kyrgios due to being unwell, while in Miami After a few matches of the match against Cerundolo, it was blisters that stopped him. In Rome, he did Finished the match against Tsitsipas despite having a thigh problem; Now the knee that shuts down his adventure in Paris.
In addition to, Already in Monte Carlo, only against Rublev, Sener suffered – even in this case only for blisters – manage to regroup and move to quadrants.
The day also saw the elimination of Camila Giorgi in the morning, who lost 6-2 to the Russian Kasatkina. Only Martina Trevisan remains in the race, who will face Canada’s Fernandez tomorrow at 12:00 in midfield.
7:37 PM – Sener retires
Yannick cannot achieve this: in the second straight half, he approaches the net to shake hands with his opponent and leave Roland Garros. Rublev advances to the quarter-finals against the winner from Medvedev Cilic. Russian for the second time in his career.
7:33 PM – 0-2 (1-1) break
Instead, Sinner starts his turn with a double miss (three in total); The consecutive Rublev score goes up to 7 while Sinner’s grimace is definitely ugly. Almost inevitable up in 15-40. and rest.
7:31 PM – 0-1 (1-1)
Rublev starts an aces and accelerates 40-0, keeping the match clean.
7:26 PM – 4-6 (1-1) break
Fresh balls for Sinner, who won the first 15 but then found himself below 15-40 as Rublev expands exchanges and spaces. It cancels out the first two specific points on the grid, but it limps in an obvious way. Here comes the most painful break.
7:21 PM – 4-5 (1-0)
We are 1 hour and 3 minutes away from the game. Rublev arrogantly serves and runs away at 40-0, then closing at 15.
7:16 PM – 4-4 (1-0)
While waiting for the sedative to take effect, Sinner returns to duty and takes the lead to a great 30-0 first – a good sign – and a nice descent to the net. Rublev tries to expand exchanges to put the Italian in difficulty and succeeds, reaching 40 on a par. Yannick is still pretty good at keeping the serve.
7:13 PM – 3-4 (1-0)
Rublev goes to serve, also finds the second ace, and closes the match at 15.
7:07 PM – 3-3 (1-0)
Three points immediately arrive at the start with a forehand for the Italian who runs away at 40-0. Andre finds a tie and returns in one of the brilliant responses on the ball to knock out Yannick, who is clearly struggling in loading with his left foot. The tie point on a double fault, the second of the match, the match point with a sixth header.
7:06 p.m. – Jannik tries to return to duty
19:05 – Medical deadline begins
Three minutes at Sinner’s disposal, out of pain.
7:03 pm – Physiotherapist and pain relievers
Grimace the pain to Janek before sitting down when changing the field. The doctor also arrives with painkillers.
19:00 – 2-3 (1-0)
However, Rublev appears to have recovered from the bar: he easily closed the match at 15 thanks to the effectiveness of the first by more than double that of Jannik (67%).
6:55 PM – 2-2 (1-0)
The audience introduces Ola and Sinner themselves, laughing at the start of the new service. His percentage of the first balls in the group is low (27% so far), unlike the first (65%), but this does not prevent him from returning home.
6:51 PM – 1-2 (1-0)
Rublev returns to serve more focused and easily moves up to 40-0 which increases the effectiveness of his first. He keeps the game at 15.
18:47 – 1-1 (1-0)
Sener returns to serve and the Russian argues three times with the tape as he complains of physical problems with his shoulder and legs with his coach. Yannick finished the match at 15 with a large backhand down the line that changed the angle and taunted the opponent.
6:45 PM – Group B 0-1 (1-0)
Rublev resumes his serve and also invents an amazing net touchdown with the help of the bar to win the match.
6:37 PM – 6-1 (1-0)
Sinner serves on the set and doesn’t seem to feel the pressure. He also found a fifth ace with a great ball and found Rublev still on his legs. But n. 7 of the world knows how to redeem himself, and in this case, conquers the precious breaking point, the first. Sinner cancels it, reconciling with it immediately afterwards with an escaped backhand, and rescinds it with a big rescue. Thus, the first adjustment point is reached with the help of the bar. And again, it was converted on the first try. Twenty-nine minutes of playing in the first set.
6:35 PM – 5-1 (0-0) break
Rublev remains inaccurate and Sinner earns the match’s second break point with the help of the bar. Also in this case, he turns it on the first try while the Russian transmission loses its effectiveness.
6:29 PM – 4-1 (0-0)
Janek’s new hitting round without problems, good serve on both first and second serve and 4-1 with the Italian youngster’s fourth ace.
6:28 PM – 3-1 (0-0)
Rublev came out of the pressure and, after great exchanges, finished his first match with serve up at 15.
6:23 PM – 3-0 (0-0)
The second round of the Italian serve, and Rabelev with two errors in the reply makes him 30-0 lead. Then comes the second and third ace from Sinner who finished the match at 15. 3-0 at 12′.
6:18 PM – 2-0 (0-0) BREAK
Yannik’s shallow forehand and long backhand send the Russian forward 30-15. Then a big cross forehand deserves a tie. The ace of Rublev (1-1) 40-30, but Yannick held the first turn from Muscovite to the better with a great response on the second serve. Then, by moving the game twice, he gets the first break point in the game. And converts it on the first try!
6:15 PM – 1-0 (0-0)
Sinner immediately starts expanding the field and flies forward 40-0. With the first and first double error, close for 15-40.
6:13 p.m. – Rublev wins a tie, Sener serves first
18:07 – The sinner is still bandaged below the left knee
18:05 – Everything is ready at Suzanne-Lenglen
Offer in progress for junior ball boys.
17:52 – Pegula in quarters, now Yannick
Jessica Pegula managed to beat Irina Camelia Bejo for the first time in her career and land in the quarter-finals of Roland Garros. The 28-year-old from Buffalo, No. 11 on the board, managed to beat the Romanian – who she had beaten previously – 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 and for the third time in her career, a first in Paris, tied his best result. In one of the four Grand Slams. On his way there will now be the winner of the challenge between Iga Swiatek and Qinwen Zheng.
17:19 – Holger Ron eliminates Tsitsipas
Meanwhile, on Chartres, outgoing finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas, N.Y. 4 of the world, eliminated in the second round by the young Danish Holger Ron (No. 40) with a score of 7-5, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. For the 19-year-old, the first quarter of a Grand Slam tournament, and first at Roland Garros for the Dane starting in 1925. On Wednesday, Ron will meet Norway’s Casper Ruud (No. 8)
17:04 – Times are getting longer
Times are going up for Sinner-Rublev: American Jessica Pegula, n. In the 11th women’s lottery, she beat Romanian Irina Camelia Peugeot in the second set. The two now go into the third game after an hour and 21 minutes of play.
4.13 pm – start time no later than 5.15 pm
Appointment at Cape Suzanne-Lenglen starting at 5.15pm. The winner will face the winner of the match between 2014 US Open champion Marin Cilic and US Open champion Daniil Medvedev in the quarter-finals. Their match was scheduled for the evening on Philippe Chatrier no later than 20.45.
16:12 – The Interview
At the beginning of the month, the tennis player from South Tyrol told his secrets to Corriere della Sera: Only in the woods could I get rid of fatigue, I began, for the time being, to read the biographies of athletes.
16:08 – Precedents
The 20-year-old from San Candido took a 2-1 lead in the sprints: the 24-year-old from Moscow won in Vienna, in 2020 (Indoor Quick Tournament), but by retirement (blistering), then only wins Wrong: In the quarter-finals in Barcelona in 2021 And the Back in the second round in Montecarlo last AprilBoth champions are on clay as Roland Garros.
16:03 – Sener and Rublev for a place in the quarter-finals of Roland Garros
Jannik Sinner finds himself as an unknowing Russian opponent, Andrei Rublev. South Tyrol was the last Italian left in the race. The goal is to reach the quarter-finals on red clay in Paris. Blue number 11 for the Russian seed n. 7.
May 30, 2022 (change on May 30, 2022 | 19:53)
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