After the tournaments in Madrid and Rome and in view of the long-awaited Roland Garros this week, the ATP tournament in Geneva is staged on clay. Few big players but always a lot of interest around tennis; while the number one seeded Daniil Medvedev has been eliminated from the tournament, Norwegian Casper Ruud, a very strong tennis player on clay and a big favorite now for the final victory of the tournament, continues without worries.
The Top Ten beat French Benoit Paire, an extravagant tennis player who undoubtedly often amuses fans of this sport without any particular worries. 6-3; 6-1 without discussion and Ruud advancing to the next round. A point during the match between the two aroused curiosity with Ruud who literally invented a shot out of nowhere, an extraordinary recovery that left Benoit stunned with the Frenchman who was literally speechless, between annoyed and amazed.
for the magic of the Nordic athlete. Here's the point of the match: