Tennis, Indian Wells: Musetti loses 2-0 to Ron

Signs of life went out for Ajmal. Lorenzo Musetti surrendered to Holger Röhn in straight sets 6-2, 7-6 and leaves Indian Wells and the American continent to return to Europe. In a few weeks, Lorenzo will become a father and for this reason he decided not to participate in the Masters 1000 tournament in Miami to remain close to his partner Veronica. In California, Carrino will stay to play doubles, then leave. It seems that Holger, who returned a few weeks ago with coach Mouratoglou after a series of attempts with other coaches, including Boris Becker and Severin Lohti, has found the topic of conversation again after months of physical and technical problems.

We were saying that the signs of life after the first set played very poorly and lost 6-2 to the Danish No. 7 in the world. But in the second set, Lorenzo always stayed in the match and at a certain moment seemed to have the situation in hand and lead the match to the third set. Ephemeral Hope: In the tiebreak, when the score is 4-4, Ron hits a powerful shot into the net and Mousseau can serve when the score is 5-4. First he missed a forehand, giving the Dane a small break, then another error allowed Holger to serve for the match. While Musetti wastes time and focus insulting himself, calling himself “uncourageous”, the Dane's smash-hitter reclaims the tie-break and secures a place in the last 16 where the winner awaits between Norrie and Monfils. It's a real shame for the Italian who had an important win over Shapovalov, but is still very fragile and disciplined, especially on a mental level. It's a shame for such a talented young man to be unable last year to fulfill his extraordinary potential: he has not won back-to-back matches since the Chengdu Championships in September 2023. A return to clay and the tournament will be hoped for. The energy of fatherhood could shake him up allowing him to return to the top 20 players in the world.

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