American Taylor Fritz, number 28 in the ATP and seed number 5, fulfilled the predictions by winning in the round of 16 of the ATP 250 tournament in Saint Petersburg in one hour and thirty-six minutes by 7 (7) -6 ( 3) and 6-4 to Tommy Paul, American tennis player, number 54 of the ATP.
After this result, we can continue to see the winner of the match in the next phase of the ATP 250 tournament in Saint Petersburg, the quarterfinals. Paul managed to break the serve once, while Fritz, for his part, did it twice.
In addition, on the first serve, Fritz was 69% effective, double-faulted and got 65% of the service points, while his opponent was 50% effective, made 4 double faults and managed to win 65%. of points to serve. Now we just have to wait for the quarterfinals of the competition, which will conclude with the confrontation between Fritz and Australian player John Millman, number 57.
Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares, to quarterfinals in the doubles Brazilian Bruno Soares, number 13 of the ATP and British tennis player Jamie Murray, number 19 of the ATP, fulfilled the forecasts by winning in the quarterfinals of the ATP 250 tournament in Saint Petersburg by 7 (7) -6 (0), 3-6 and 10-6 in a hour and forty-six minutes to the Australians John-Patrick Smith and Luke Saville, number 72 of the ATP and number 27 of the ATP respectively.
After this result, we can continue to see the winners of this match in the semifinals of the ATP 250 tournament in Saint Petersburg. The defeated pair managed to break their opponents 'serve once, while the winners, on the other hand, failed to break their opponents' serve.
Australia's Federal Trade and Tourism Minister Dan Tehan believes it would be a "shame" if his government does not find a way to allow Novak Djokovic to take part in the 2022 Australian Open.
Djokovic returned to Belgrade for training
Novak Djokovic is extremely conscious of his health and has often spoken out against mandatory vaccinations.
"It was not a good experience for us, for example, it was very difficult for Viktor," Novak Djokovic said of the quarantine restrictions for the 2021 Australian Open. "We had that quarantine where we could train, but if a man can't train, then ...
Put a professional athlete in that kind of quarantine so he can't get out of the room, and then expect him to play on some level, really. Not to mention the increased risk of injury, of which there were many, including me at this year's Australian Open," he added.
"If such conditions remain, I think that many players will think very well whether they will go or not."