Red light Lorenzo Sonego in the second round of “Open Rio”, ATP World Tour 500 tournament with a prize pool of $1,815,115 to be played On clay courts in Rio de Janeiro, In Brazil (it was canceled last year due to the epidemic), Broadcast live and exclusively by SuperTennis, FIT TV.
26 years old from TurinNo. 21 ATP (equivalent to “best rated”) and ranked sixth, the Buenos Aires protagonist where he stopped in the semi-finals, having conceded only two games on his debut Serbian Laslo DjeriAnd the 56 ATP, who won the title in these areas in 2019, resulted in 75 64, In 1 hour and 41 minutes of playingin Serbian, Miomir Kecmanovic, 70 ATP, promoted her playoffs.
An evening to forget for Piedmont, who was leading 3-2 in the tallies with the 22-year-old from Belgrade winning, the latest challenge was played in the third round of the Australian Open last month. . “Sonny” also got off to a good start (3-0): then the Serbian scored hits and patterns and got the blue in 3. The balance continued until the eleventh game when Lorenzo, with two free throws, admitted the break, and soon after Kikmanovic got the first set 7 -5.
At the start of the second half, Sonego found his serve again (2 aces in the opener): then came the announced storm on one. More than an hour’s pause did not help turini to clarify his ideas, quite the contrary. Upon resuming the match, Blue prompted the duty to drop the joke on the spot and was really good at avoiding a double-break in the fifth inning as he recovered from 0-40. Kismanovic remained very attentive and focused and did not give any chance to return to Lorenzo, who on his part continued to err a lot: the answer buried in the net at the match point that closed the speech in favor of the Serb is Ramsey (6-4).
Sonego wasn’t enough with 5 aces (no double faults) and 81% of the first players on the field he got 63% of the points: a very low percentage of points won with the second (50%) and on top of all that too got Few points in response (29% in the first and 21% in the second from Kecmanovic).
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