The Argentine Federico Coria, number 68 of the ATP, fulfilled the predictions by winning in the round of 32 of the ATP 250 tournament in Moscow in two hours and thirteen minutes by 6-2, 5-7 and 6-2 against Russian tennis player Alibek Kachmazov.
After this result, we will continue to see the winner of the match in the round of 16 of the ATP 250 tournament in Moscow. The Russian player managed to break his opponent's serve 3 times, while the Argentine player managed it 6 times.
In addition, the Argentine player achieved 71% effectiveness in the first service, committed 2 double faults and took 62% of the service points, while his rival obtained 63% effectiveness, made 2 double faults and achieved win 55% of the service points.
In the round of 16, Coria will face the Lithuanian tennis player Ricardas Berankis, number 108, tomorrow Thursday from 9:00 Spanish time. Mackenzie McDonald also wins Mackenzie McDonald, American, number 55 of the ATP, fulfilled the forecasts by beating Yoshihito Nishioka, tennis player in the round of 32 of the ATP 250 tournament in Moscow in one hour and twenty-four minutes by 6-3 and 6-4 Japanese, number 78 of the ATP.
Roger Federer is presently rehabilitating after undergoing another knee surgery. The Maestro last competed at Wimbledon 2021, where he was knocked out in the quarter-finals of the competition. Recently, Switzerland Tourism shared a charming video of Federer promoting their tourism in their country.
The Maestro last competed at Wimbledon
Roger Federer was born in Basel, Switzerland. On several occasions, Federer has described how he loves the alluring nature in Switzerland. In March 2021, Roger Federer became the brand ambassador of Switzerland Tourism.
Federer talked about a particularly interesting feature of tennis which reminds him of Switzerland. “I have been all over the world. My favorite place has always remained Switzerland. It’s the country I miss the most when I’m traveling,” said tennis great Roger Federer after becoming the brand ambassador.
Just recently, Switzerland Tourism released another delightful video of Federer encouraging people to visit Switzerland. He said, “Do you know why I play tennis? Because you can often seat on benches. No, I’m just kidding but we Swiss just love to seat on our bench.
You can find them everywhere in the Swiss nature. Perfect break. When I’m sitting on a bench during the match, it reminds me of Switzerland. And I want you to have a good rest too. So check it out”.