Its Dominic Stricker, Ranked 128th in the World

Stricker, Ranked 128th, Defeated Tsitsipas, Ranked 7th… Surprising US Open Tennis

The team was eliminated in the second round after winning for the first time in 927 days…

As if due to another injury, Goff wins the ‘teenage match’ with Andreyeva… Djokovic and Civil Tech cruise

Dominic Stricker (Switzerland), ranked 128th in the world,

defeated 7th ranked Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece) and advanced to the third round of the US Open (total prize money of 65 million dollars, approximately 85.76 billion won),

the last major tennis tournament of the year. 온라인카지노

Stricker defeated Tsitsipas 3-2 (7-5 ​​6-7<2-7> 6-7<5-7) in the second round of the men’s singles on the third day of the tournament

held in New York on the 30th (local time) after 4 hours and 4 minutes. > Won 7-6<8-6> 6-3).

Dominic Stricker

Born in 2002, this is the first time that the 21-year-old Stricker has reached the third round of a major tournament.

He has been competing in the major tournament preliminaries

since last year and entered the finals for the first time at this year’s French Open,

where he was eliminated in the first round, and then reached the second round at Wimbledon.

Stricker defeated Alexey Popyrin (Australia), ranked 41st, in the first round of the finals of this tournament, and today he upset Tsitsipas, ranked 7th,

who has reached the finals twice and the semifinals four times in major tournaments.

Dominic Stricker is a player who has been attracting attention as a promising player.

He swept the 2020 French Open Junior Men’s Singles and Doubles, was ranked No. 3 in the junior rankings in October 2020.

In 2021

his first appearance on the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP) Tour, he reached the quarterfinals in both of his first two tournaments that reached the main draw.

In the second round of the preliminary round of this tournament,

he showed his mental strength by achieving a come-from-behind victory when his opponent was on the verge of a match point.

Unlike the two players he has faced in the finals so far,

Stricker will compete to advance to the fourth round (round of 16) with Benjamin Bonzi (France), ranked 108th and similar to himself.

Stefanos Tsitsipas

This is the first meeting between the two.

Tsitsipas continued to be particularly weak in the US Open among the four major tournaments.

Since participating in the US Open for the first time in 2008, he has never advanced to the round of 16 in this tournament.

There were many surprises in this tournament.

Men’s 4th place Holger Rune (Denmark) and women’s 8th place Maria Sakkari (Greece) packed up early in the first round.

Dominic Thiem (81st place, Austria), who fell into a slump

after winning the 2020 tournament but achieved his first major victory in 927 days in the first round of this tournament, was unable to carry the momentum into the third round.

On this day

the team lost to American star Ben Shelton (41st) by forfeit.

After losing the first set 6-7 <1-7>, he declared withdrawal in the second set when he was down 0-1.

The U.S. Open website said, “Given that the team barely scored any points in the tiebreak, it appears that there was an injury to the team.”

The team has been suffering from chronic wrist injuries.

Strong Players

Other strong players cruised along.

Novak Djokovic (2nd place, Serbia), who is trying to win his 24th major championship,

defeated Bernabe Zapata Mirajes (76th place, Spain) 3-0 (6-4 6-1 6-1) in the third round.

It has settled down.

The match was played in sticky weather with high humidity at 29 degrees,

but 36-year-old Djokovic’s feet did not slow down.

“I have been training for hours a day in a humid and hot environment to be prepared for anything,” Djokovic said. “I am still hungry.”

Djokovic will face 38th-ranked Laszlo Djere, also from Serbia, in the third round.

Women’s Singles

In the second round of the women’s singles, Coco Goff (6th place, USA) won 2-0 (6-3 6-2) in a ‘teenage match’ against Mira Andreyeva (63rd place, Russia).

Goff stood at the top at the Cincinnati Open held just before,

raising expectations for her first major win.

Her best result at the US Open was the quarterfinals of last year’s tournament.

Andreeva is a player who reached the round of 16 at Wimbledon.

Iga Sibiontech (No. 1, Poland), who is attempting to win the tournament for the second time in a row,

won 2-0 (6-3 6-4) over Daria Savile (No. 322, Australia) and advanced to the third round.