ABN AMRO WORLD TENNIS TOURNAMENT FINAL:RUBLEV VS FUCSOVICS

The Hungarian had an uncomfortable hold of serve on 2-1 which was a sign of his nerves. Rublev, who has proved to be the master of the ATP 500 tournaments, held serve confidently. The serve and forehand underlining his confidence at game point 2-2. Marton’s timing when coming to the net was terrible. Illustration. GameContinue reading “ABN AMRO WORLD TENNIS TOURNAMENT FINAL:RUBLEV VS FUCSOVICS”

ABN AMRO WORD TENNIS TOURNAMENT:RUBLEV VS TSITSIPAS

Andrey kept Stefanos on the back foot with a solid first serve. Right from the off you could see it was going to be a difficult game for Tsitsipas especially if forced deep into the baseline. He lost concentration on break point 1-1 double faulting to hand the break to Rublev. There were glimpses ofContinue reading “ABN AMRO WORD TENNIS TOURNAMENT:RUBLEV VS TSITSIPAS”

ABN AMRO WORLD TENNIS TOURNAMENT:KHACHANOV VS TSITSIPAS

Outside of the Russian duo of Medvedev and Rublev,there is Khachanov who made a good account of himself against Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece. He is a one time Masters Champion in the Paris Masters some time back. Let’s pick it up at 2-2 with the match back on serve at deuce. Karen loses the pointContinue reading “ABN AMRO WORLD TENNIS TOURNAMENT:KHACHANOV VS TSITSIPAS”

ABN AMRO WORLD TENNIS TOURNAMENT DAY 4

In an upset, Jeremy Chardy the qualifier from France beat David Goffin the winner in Montpellier in two tie break sets. What a way to break back for Chardy, down a break with Goffin serving for the set 6-5(Deuce). The drop shot setting up the wrist roll forehand cross court. In the tie break firstContinue reading “ABN AMRO WORLD TENNIS TOURNAMENT DAY 4”